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Speakers I''m having trouble with the R side of my speaker coming through the amplifier.it has a loud buzzing sound & no audio sound. The L side is clear.I'm pluged into a RCA Stero System. What can I do to solve this problem?

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Interchane the wiring connections from left to right and right to left and check out if have proper technical knowledge.if not then can replace the amplifier as it can bew due to faULTY connections in the internal board.

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Temporarily plug in the right speaker to the left side to confirm the speaker is ok... buzzing is usually from the power supply and indicates a leaky capacitor ... shut off the power wait ten minutes... and feel the tops of the capacitors... any that feel rounded or swelled need to be replaced.

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Sounds like some kind of feed back. try cleaning up your connection a bit.

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How long have you had this problem? How long have you owned the system. What is the exact model of the unit? First try to plug the L speaker in to the right side to see if it is the speaker, or something else. Once i have more information I can assist you further. Also take a moment to accept and rate my solution accordingly.
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Its the problem of  IC 6001s in the amplifier gone weak or bad and needs replacement.just gedt it chevked.

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

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