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JVC receiver I was trying to add speakers to my jvc receiver and accidently turned the speaker volume to +21 and now there is no speaker sound, and don't know how to turn it back down. I also would like to know how to add more speakers to my receiver, have no instruction manual.

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Did you check impedance value and wattage on speakers you want to add to receiver?

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Sounds like the JVC is overdriving the speakers. Most OEM speakers are just not designed to handle more than 12-15 watts RMS and the JVC is rated at 22 watts.

About the only solutions are to keep the volume really low or replace the speakers with ones that can handle the power from an aftermarket receiver. New speakers will make that JVC sound better, too.

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