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Rear speakers skreech

Have had this cd player for a while. all of the sudden the rear speakers make this horrable screeck and static sound when i turn it up over 10. the front speakers are perfect full blast. but the rear sound fine up to about 10 on the volume control. i have unhooked and redone the wireing, and put it in another car and it does the same thing

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  • tylerhilliar Nov 14, 2008

    can anything be done since everything else works perfect?


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I guess there might be a wear on the cone

Posted on Nov 14, 2008

  • Aayush  khadka
    Aayush khadka Nov 14, 2008

    i wouls suggest u to buy a new pair of speakers. its like not more than $20


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