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Back speaker static

The back speakers crackle whenever i try to watch most concert dvds or blu-rays, especially AC/DC ones for some reason. Even if I turn the volume to the back speakers down all the way. I never have this problem with any movie dvds or blu-rays or tv audio, only concert dvds and blu-rays. Is there anything I can do or do i need to replace my speakers?

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The system needs to be grounded

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