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My speaker is distorted and i need to change the volume every time to make it sound good. Should I tek it back and get a new one?

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can mean several things. The crackle is subjective and can mean distortion. Distortion most of the time comes out of the amplifier. Could be you have blown a capacitor in the power supply of the amplifier, making it work with quasi half the voltage. There is no need to change the polarity on a speaker, because when one is not working infuse, it won't distort the music. You only could have difficulty with the stereo sound. It could be a bit unclear where the sound is coming from and could sound a little less powerful.Check the speakers on a different amplifier, to hear if I'm right. Only if you switched on sound while the amp was giving full power, you could have blown the speakers, but most of the time they don't give any noise after that.

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I have a sony MP# player, same range as listed but the 8GB model. I can only turn volume up to 16 before it starts distorting and giving a really bad and weak signal though the headset, when the stereo...


Headphones are not designed to have the volume levels run at maximum. At this level the sounds from the headphones will distort.
Speakers have a much larger voice coil and therefore will not distort at higher volume levels.
Also when the speakers are connected to the MP3 player the sound level may appear lower because speakers require more energy to drive (produce sounds). In this case you need to connect powered (amplified) speakers to the MP3 player.

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Try going into the menu and selecting the sound menu and resetting the sound to factory default..If this doesnt help matters you can change the sound preferences to custom settings..As long as the sound isnt distorted at low volume then this solution will apply..If the sound is distorted at low volume then your speakers may be faulty..sometimes caused by listening to the tv at full volume over long term which strains the speakers and prematurely ages them

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This problem is not likely to be a volume control problem. There is a transistor inside that is failing (getting noisy) when heated up. If you have no experience with amp repairs, do not attempt this as it is not simple to locate the defective part. Continued use in this condition can cause problems with the speakers. Please have this serviced by a repair shop with experience with GK gear.

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Good day sir, distortion can be caused by several factors, 1. overdriven audio source, try tuning down the volume to half. 2. the speakers are defective due to driver's coil scratching the magnet. need to replace the speakers, better swap first any good known speakers. hope this may help. if you may have any more questions, feel free to ask again. thanks

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Have you tryed a differant audio input on another set or on that same set. Are the audio cables good?? If all this is ok then the D/A converter inside the unit is defective and most likely it wont pay to repai sorry

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ur speaker is bad probebly torn membrane try replacing it (or disconnecting) this speaker there is a special kind of glue for membranes .... try it good luck windman

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