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I have a dnx6190hd and the front right speaker cuts out when the volume is loud

I replaced all speakers when it started cutting out. It didnt change anything

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You probably have a speaker wire that's shorting to ground. I'd get a multimeter and test the wires going to that speaker for impedance to see if there is a connection to ground.

Posted on Jan 23, 2013

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