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I have two front speakers that have gone out. The first went out about 2 years ago. The 2nd just went out recently. Is it likely the speakers are bad, or the amp? Where should I start?

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If it is just one side at a time it is more than likely just the speakers themselves. You may want to try upgading to a higher quality of speaker.

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