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Now speakers well i had an amp problem but i fixed it. But now my speakers dont work. they turn on when the amp turns on but they make like a static sound, i dont think it is the speakers cuz i have another set and they do the same if anyone has an idea i would appreciate it. i have a multimeter, so if i can check the speaker wire to the subs then if someone could let me know how that would be great to ... thanks for any input

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Check your connections on your speakers themselves, also check your connections of the speaker wire to your amp and also check for any cuts or damage throughout your wiring as this my be caused by the + and - wires that touch

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