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Usually that means that the amp was qworking too hard. Have the customer check to be sure that the wires to the speakers are not touching. Also, be sure that the rated impedence for the speakers matches what is required for the amp. If the speakers are rated at 4 ohms and the amp is expecting 8, this will occur as well.
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Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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