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Changing battery on 2003 93 sedan, radio sound is bad

After changing the battery in my saab 93 2003 sedan, the radio audio sounds awfull, i messed with the turn knobs for bass ect, but it will not change the sound quality, any ideas?

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If you disconnected the battery incorrecdtly you may have blown some wireing that has then blown the speakers,if speakers are blown they sound really crackelly or dont work atall (disconnecting the battery would be taking the red wire (+) off first and incorrectly replacing the wires would be connecting the neggative first (-). its not herd off but it could be the problem??

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