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One speaker making a popping sound

System 1.5 years old...worked excellent and now one front speaker makes a popping sound

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Try switching the popping speaker to the other side and see if it still pops if it does then you have probably damaged the driver in the speaker if it doesnt pop then the problem probably is in the receiver

Posted on May 28, 2009

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