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One speaker is lower volume than others - right front

Hello, I have had my system for nearly 2 years and all of a sudden my right front speaker is playing at a lower volume than the other speakers - I have ensure the wires are correctly and securely placed, I have also swapped speakers and its not the speaker its a system problem. Any suggestions (a setting I have wrong?). the test tone shows its only this speaker.

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Re: one speaker is lower volume than others - right front

I think that maybe you setted the distance of the speakers wrong. Check your users manual and try to adjust the distance.

Posted on Apr 29, 2008

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