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One of my speakers sounds scratchy as well.

This has nothing to do with the balance or the subwooker. one speaker is just sounding bad no matter what I plug it into. I am thinking about trying to use alternate speakers since they just use a standard RCA jack.

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This usually points to a torn cone on the speaker itelf or dirt that has somehow gotten into the speaker coil.

if its dirt then a can of compressed air for cleaning computers sometimes does the trick but it does mean opening up the speaker after you disconnect it.

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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