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I was playing music pretty loud on my logitech z680 and the subwoofer gave up, but the rest 5 speakers continued to play. The amp was very hot when this happend, is it junk now or is there anything i can do?please help! Excuse me if it isnt perfect english, im swedish.

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It's probably trashed now.

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