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Silenced Bose 301's

I turned up the volume on my stereo too high and my Bose 301's went silent. I turned off/on my stereo booster (350 Watts) and i get "sound" but sounds like AM radio then goes silent again.

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  • gmarshall64 May 31, 2009

    Cant be the wrong connection as this stereo has been playing solid for 5 months +. The only change is too much volume input and the speakers just "cut out".

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Wrong connection.

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