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Rattling at high sounds

Just got the Sony DAVHDX265 system a couple weeks ago. When the volumes or dialogue gets louder when watching a movie, the speakers tend to rattle. Any suggestions?

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Yes buy new set those sopeakers cant take it unless your on arattle area but if speaker does if u can open it up cheak screws tight or not take it back buy samsung x40 c50 way nicer sound ok

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