Question about Car Audio & Video
Try making sur your settings are on stereo/3 speaker/surround sound are correct. Also make sure the speaker wires are connected properly. You can try plugging the speaker wire from the center channel to the other 2 to see if they have sound. If they do your speakers are good, if not they are bad. Also do it the other way around, plug the other speakers into the center channel and if they work your speakers are bad if not the output from that chanel is bad/not on. If referrig to surround speakers they don't play all the time (only when the sound/signal has surrond built into it) But you can do the same process with switchin speakers with one that works. If you have an A/B selector make sure you have no speakers on one of them that is turned off. So first determine where each of the speaker are plugged in to and then start to diagnos from there
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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