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Speaker Problem The sound on my left speaker breaks up, somedays the speaker works and sometimes it dies. I know its not the cable which Im scared that it may come down to the speaker itself, I don't put it very loud.

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    ChemicalBurn Jan 11, 2008

    Well I switched the channels like you said, so far both speakers sound great like when I first got it. Ill keep the music going for another 12 hours to see if it holds up cause before this happened the speaker dies in about a few seconds. With the switch its been running smooth for already a half hour.

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Try swapping the speakers to the opposite channels (left and right) and see if the problem is on the same side. If it is, then you may have a bad channel in your amplifier/receiver.

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