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My home theater is didnt make clear bass and vibrate in loud .what solution for this

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First make sure that nothing on the stand where that speaker is, is causing the vibration. IF that the not the case then shake the speaker to be sure nothing is loose inside. IF that is not the case, then make sure that you have a clean signal that is not clipping. If you can rule all those out then it is time to check the speaker to see if it has something wrong with it.

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