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I have two jbl lsr6325p studio monitors. I'm not getting any sound out of the main part of the speakers. Only high-end sound is coming out.

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It is possible that the main drivers are damaged, or that the internal crossovers are damaged, or there may be internal fuses that are blown. If these are using internal power amps, there may be a fault in the power amp sections.

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