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Left side crackling noise Blown channel?

I have a JVC KS-FX200 and all of a sudden the left front and rear speakers are making a crackli noise did I blow the left channel? Thanks Jim

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Would check your balance settings. Make sure your not balanced more to left than right. Next i would try to swap over one of the speakers from right side to left to see if it crackles. If not replace left side speakers.

Posted on May 19, 2009

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