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Dead right speaker

I played my system for a party at about 5/8 volume for about six hours. The next day, I noticed the right speaker was not making any noise as if it was turned off. I plugged the left speaker into the right port to see if the problem was in the subwoofer, but it wasn't. The membrane is not ripped. I disassembled the right satellite and everything appears to be intact.

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Re: dead right speaker

I beleive these speakers each have there own built in amplifyer, you probably blew it, or over heated them.

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