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BEOMASTER 4000 No sound from one speaker. Tried swaping cables etc.- problem lies in the output from amplifi

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  • foxpsp Mar 21, 2009

    I have the same problem. Headphones work, however. If I put it in mono rather than stereo, both speakers have output. I have changed speaker outputs and that just changes the no sound problem from one side to the other. When in stereo mode, if I move the volume control back and forth I will eventually get both channels, but not at lower volume settings and that may eventually fade out.

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Hi...
Try one other thing..headphones. If there's only 1 channel in the headphones then you'll need to take it to a tech.
Depends on where in the country you are as to a good tech.
I know some...even me in the Northeast

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