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It seems I keep getting feedback from my speakers...it was working fine for one day and the next is just started to give feed back....is this a blown speaker problem?

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  • jen7988 Oct 30, 2008

    okay so I tried another speaker and it is definately a wiring issue I have taken the whole thing apart but can't get inside any suggestions?

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Try hooking up a good speaker then if there is no feedback then it was the others, if feedback occurs with the good speaker it would most likly be the receiver or the speaker teriminal, like a stran of wire touchin from the positive to the negetive,

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    Ivan Mcdean Oct 31, 2008

    Email me at killer_clown_91@hotmail.com it will be alot easyer then here, i check it often so i would get it,

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    Ivan Mcdean Nov 01, 2008

    are your trying to take the speaker apart? or the box?

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