Question about Bose 3 2 1 GSX System
Unless there is something wrong with the amplifier, there must be a shorted connection. Try doing the same with no speakers plugged in and see if the protection breaker trips. If it does not, then one of your speaker cables is shorted. Try installing the cables one by one, and test it, to see which one is at fault. Another remote possibility, is that one of the speakers is blown, and sometimes the coil will be left in a sorted position. If you suspect a blown speaker, test it with another sound source, or if you have a tester, check that there is NO continuity between the the two speaker contacts.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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