Question about Sony STR-DE875 Receiver
One speaker is now playing louder than the rest and is immune to the master volume control unless set to min volume in which it is muted.whether it is on 1 volume or 40 that speaker will remain at the same loud level. the other speakers are responding fine. i have switched the speakers and the same problem has occured with the new speaker. i have reset the machine to factory settings but i still got the same result. when i press test tone all the other speakers work away as normal however this one speaker lets out a defeaning static.can anyone help me or has had this problem before
Hi. i have a sony amplifier. i plug the speakers in like normal. i turn it on and the right side speeker works fine. but you half to crank it up all the way just to barely hear the left speeker. we switched speakers and its still the same effect. we think its the amp itself. we tried our balance settings. it was fine. but right now its just playing one speaker louder then the left one. can anyone help me?
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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