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There are times when my stereo will have a loud pop or crack in all the speakers. that was happening from time to time and now, the volume cuts in and out and the display flashes along with the sounds cutting in and out. it's almost as if there's something wrong with the power supply or something?? can you please help????

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Hi,
Yes you are correct when there is a power problem this will happen with sound..

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