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Rear speaker buzz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

My system has started a buzzing noise only out the rear channels. Almost like a feed back noise. I have unplugged a front channel speaker, they work fine, and plugged it in the rear channel.BUZZZZZZZZZZZZ. i have tried emailing spherex, they dont give a real email address on the company website!! I tried restoring the default settings, ive tried plugging the power into its own outlet, by itself. nothing is working! i am starting to get really mad, can someone please help me. i have had no problems ubtil now, ny sytem is about a year and a half old. thank you matt

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Re: rear speaker buzz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I had the exact same problem which eventually spread to all speakers i took it to local repair guy, he was able to resolder the power board seem to fix all didn't really cost me much cheaper thean shipping back to spherex or whoever

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