Question about Pioneer Audio Players & Recorders
This could be either the speaker that is blown and making the noise or part of the amplifier being smoked causing distortion that sounds like a blown speaker. WIthout taking it apart and looking at waveforms on an oscilloscope, I can't tell you which is the problem. I'd ask a local shop to test it for you or if you can, exchange the actual speakers between the two. IF the problem stays with the bad box, the problem is with the amp, if the good speaker works OK in the "bad box" then the speaker is blown.
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Posted on Sep 05, 2008
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