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SR4300 Centre Channel

My amp creates buzzing within the centre speaker and i cannot get sound from it, deos anybody have a clue what could have happened.

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Re: SR4300 Centre Channel


Try another GOOD speaker on your centre channel.
If the buzz ....buzzes off, it's a bad speaker.
If not , It's in the power amp section on the unit.

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