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Right speaker doesnt have sound

I got these speakers about 6 months ago, and until today they have been great. i have read many similar problems but have been unable to find a solution. i believe that the problem is in the jack of the right speaker, because if i plug the right speaker into the left jack, it works. both speakers and the sub all work but whichever speaker is plugged into the right jack, (black) will have no sound. i have tested this on 2 computers and my ipod to be sure that it was the sound system that was malfunctioning

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  • ReiJi Jun 14, 2008

    i fixed it, there was something wrong with the gold connector for the wired remote on the sub... i just wriggled the cord around and then i started hearing sound from the right speaker. thats for your help though :)

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1ST.-The right jack could be damaged!!
Usually, there is a [+} posaitve & [-] negative input\output to speaker connections. Not all [-]neg. is ground.Sometimes the [+] pos. is grounded. [The exception to the rule is that u SEE the black wire going to ground] the reason I am letting u know this is that u can test the INSIDES of the sound system.
If u can get inside of the unit. Cut the left speaker output [+] posative from both outputs. criss\cross wires.Place left speaker output to right speaker jack[ that does not work!!] & visa versa.If the [LEFT Output] stops working after u plug in the speakers,the internal RIGHT output is damaged. NEEDS TO BE TESTED
If nothing nothing changes.The left still works & the right still does not work, then it is the jack (shorted ?, opened internally ?)

Posted on Jun 11, 2008

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