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Speakers we had normal desktop speakrs.but once we connectd bose. but bose did not work properly.the sound was not continous. so reconnected it and connected normal desktop speakrs again. but then normal speakers also it did not work.no voolume from it. pls help

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I think that there is a loose contact in the wires or you have to chance the wires or cables

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