I get fainter / tinby / crackely audio out of the left speaker channel, However when CD Direct is on the sound is pretty good (this must be bypassing the dodgy circuit,
also the audio crackles when you turn the bass/treble adjust so I'm guessing it's to do with this circuit.
I tried to get this repaired professionally, but the agent I was using was unable to get service info from the manufacturer
UK, Surrey / London area,
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Get a meter and check the resistance on the speaker. Looks like a speaker may be blown but with the description of the crackle noise from the slide controls you might have a bad pot in the unit or the pot has come loose from the board. This could explain why the speaker blew out
Your speaker may be blown take out the speaker that is hooked up and attach another one a house speaker would even work, and i bet your speakers are blow if not check the wires and make sure you have them connected properly if not check the wires going to the harness and to the speaker and if not i think the radio is fried you can also take a long speaker wire take radio out the dash and run it to the speaker if it does still the radio is fried take it back before 90 days is up!
some cd has only 2 channel sound. which is called stereophonic sound. when u play these cds the audio will be heard only on front left & right speakers. in order to get sound in all four speakers u need a 4.1 channel sound dvd/cd. see on the label of cd/dvd if 4.1 ch. sound is recorded on it.
Hi, here is a procedure to discover the source of the problem. No sound from the left front channel can have several sources other than the left front channel itself. Let's assume, for just now, that the speaker is good and the cable to it is good. Here is a testing sequence to follow: 1 If you have a CD player connected to it. Put a CD in and put it into play mode. 2 reverse the connectors from the CD player to the receiver. See if the sound moves to the left speaker and stops on the right speaker. Or if it plays fine. 3 If the sound reverses channels, That cable is bad. Replace it 4 If the sound is still not coming from the left channel. Check the connections and cables to the speaker. MAKE SURE THERE ARE NO STRANDS OF WIRE TOUCHING THE CHASSIS OR SHORTING TO THE OTHER SPEAKER WIRE. 5 If there were. Correct it. Shut down the receiver and then after a few minutes turn it back on. 6 If it still does not work. check to see if a tiny amount of sound is coming from the left speaker. If so, turn the music up and see if it pops back on . If that is the case there is a failed resister on the circuit board that is arcing when you turn up the volume. That being the case, it is time to drop off the receiver to be repaired in the service center. Hope this helps, Best, Mark
try to exchange your left and right speaker to confirm. where the cracking noise come? it could be from speaker or your amp itself. 1.if after exchange speaker, it still happen on same speaker then is your speaker already damage could be the cone edge or the coil.
2.If happen on same side from your amp, then that channel output is damage from amplifier.
hope this helps.....if you turn up the volume on the left speaker only,does it sound crackly?if so,i would suspect you have blown the left channel at worst.if the unit has fuses,dont be afraid to open the unit and look for glass fuses.they pop out.it might be one of those.a cheap fix.
Has the balance been turned to the right ? a silly question,but to ask just in case
It all depends on the processing the receiver is doing when recreating the sound. Change the surround mode to Dolby Digital or THX if it's on there. When it is receiving a Left/Right signal only, it does some processing but pretty much spits it out of all the speakers, fronts being the loudest. That's why you always hear them. When it is getting a Digital signal, the receiver does a much better job of processing the audio to the correct speaker, but unless there is a lot of background noise, there might not be any signal going to the speaker.
Also, check to make sure that the "size" of the speaker on the rear channels is set correctly. There is a setting on most receivers to tell the receiver how big the speaker is on that channel. This sets the power level on the output to accomodate the size of the speaker.