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Hi. i was setting up a new music system the other day and i decided to plug my cd player speakers into my new amp. i then turned the volume up too loud and it blew. do you know if it can be fixed please? thanks.

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Unfortunately you will not be able to fix a blown speaker. If you are talking about your amp, you should have a reset switch somewhere on it. If you provide me with the make and model I can help you out further.

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