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I just want to ask... thanks

My car stereo is experiencing a damaged on its audio output
do it has a sound but has no bass... and its so noisy...
wat should i do?
please help me;;;;
thanks

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May not be an issue with the unit itself. Any blown speakers? Any shorted wires? It would be awesome to see if it worked in another vehicle or on a test bench. Then you would isolate either the vehicle or the radio as the problem.

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