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Rattling at higher volumes

Just got the system a couple weeks ago. When I watch a movie, and the sounds get louder or there is loud dialogue, the speakers, especially the front ones tend to rattle. Any suggestions to help me out?

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If you play original DVD/CD, you will not face this issue. Else set the central speaker volume to low when starting with movie.

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