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Speaker Problem ONe of the speakers isn't working. It produces only minimal sound, even at the highest volume. I tried switching the speakers and the other one works fine, so it's not the connection that's bad. Before I replace the whole system, is there a way to buy just one replacement speaker that will work with this system? I don't remember how much I paid for the system, so maybe it's better to just replace the whole thing? I'd appreciate your advice. Thanks, Carol B.

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  • Carol B Apr 02, 2008

    Dan -



    Thanks for the suggestion. I had already tried switching the speakers and determined it's the speaker - not the unit - that's bad.



    I don't solder so I picked up a cheap speaker and will see if/how that works. Otherwise, the player is not worth all that much so I will probably just replace at some point.



    Thanks again.



    Carol

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Before you replace the speaker, swap the left and right. If the sound problem follows the speaker, the speaker is bad. If the problem remains on the same side, the problem is with the unit. Lets assume that the problem is inside the unit. In that case, the problem could be just a bad connection. If you can solder, check the main board around the speaker terminals for poor solder connections. If that is not the problem, update this and I'll provide additional things you can test and check.
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    A different speaker will work. The only thing I would suggest is that the speakers match. This is more to insure that the sound is consistant rather than a functional issue. Many speakers for these shelf systems are non-standard impedence values. The most common are 6 ohms. Both speakers should match in their impedence values at the very least.

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