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The system has a wired remote which allows one to adjust the volume. My problem comes from a wire that comes out of the remote. The wire goes from the remote to the to a female splitter. The male end or the 3.5 mm jack whichever you wish to say has shorted out after years of usage. I need a replace and/or some advice on how to replace the jack. Thanks.

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Frist Things first!

1) CHange the input cables for Spks, for another with cooper or gold conductivity.
2) clean ends for dust on inputs.
3) try to reconnect the speakers carefully and test sound.
you can figure out when some sound are bad in any connection on this way.

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All I could suggest is run the decoder off the line-out of your soundcard, then regardless of what the volume or power setting is to your speakers, the signal will still come through?

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Posted on Mar 04, 2008

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, I feel uncomfortable cutting the 3 plugs, splicing them together and soldering to just one plug. What I have in mind is to use 3 barrel jacks (use stereo, the image is for a mono), splice them together and connect a single 3.5 mm plug, homemade splitter.

Pls post back result(s). Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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i have 2.1 channel speaker set it was not working what is the solution

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