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Sound output failure

No sound coming out with speakers connected,

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Hello,
It can be many different issues; too many to go into on this website. It is most likely DC Offset, meaning a damaged amplifier. Please contact me directly at AUDIOSERVICECLINIC.COM for more information. You may contact me directly through the website.

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Dave

Posted on Apr 01, 2014

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