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Mach 460 stereo problem

My stereo all of a sudden quit playing as loud as usual,but it still does play.Its as if you had a power booster and shut it off.any solutions?

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That particular stereo system have self powered speakers. The speakers amplify themselves. You may have one of the speakers amp go out.

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