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Speaker problem my speakers have alot of distortion at a high end

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This could either mean:
Your wires are not properly connected/not thick enough.
Your settings - Treble/Bass/Etc - have to be adjusted.
The quality of your audio - radio/cd - is low.

That's all i got for now, respond with more details if that didn't help.

Good Luck and have a good weekend

Posted on Feb 01, 2008

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