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Left rear speaker noise

The left rear speaker always has noise and very low sound. I have hooked all of my speakers to the output jack and problem still persists. The speakers all sound good on the other outputs. I am past the warranty bought them at least 3yrs ago.

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Re: Left rear speaker noise

The internal amp for the left rear speaker has a faulty transistor or IC chip this would need to be replaced.

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