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The cenre channel in my home cinema system keeps cutting out. I will be watching something quite happily when all the speaking dissapears!!! Ive tried changing both cable and speaker. when it happens even the test signal is barely audible. Denon AVR 1905 running wharfedale 8.2's

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Sir the home cinema system comes up with diffrent ics for all the speakers for all the speakers foreg if u have 5 speakers in it it has single ics for each one of them so i think u can have a chk with the amplifier of the home cinema may be the center spker ic is defective.............

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