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What happens (with a coaxial cord, new)) is that it emits a really loud, quick palpatation-like sounds, as if it were cord problem. The Coaxial is from the tv to speaker.

I can use the bluetooth, so thats not a problem, but otherwise I cannot use any cord I plug into it.

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It sound like the connector needs to be replaced.

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