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Will not produce sound through the top end of my speakers,

I was wondering why everything was sounding Mono, then i realized the sound output to the speakers is only being transmitted through the Main speakers, none of the top end is working on all four speakers

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While this may sound strange, it is not likely the receiver that is the probem, at least at this point. Remove the "tweeters" from the speakers and measure across the two leads. You should read continuity. If not, then the tweeters need to be replaced. I believe that you may have blown the tweeters.

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