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SOURCE: Studiophile Av 20 Speaker has power but no sound

Do the level controls/volume controls move freely? or with difficulty? are the jacks correct for length and polarity? Do they "pop" when input is unplugged?
Mute button somewhere?

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Do the level controls/volume controls move freely? or with difficulty? are the jacks correct for length and polarity? Do they "pop" when input is unplugged?
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Studiophile AV20 left speaker doesnt work when connected. its passive, and does function when plugged to another power source. Right speaker cannot support left, or any volume above mid setting, and burns...


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