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I have lost all signal from my stereo. When I turn the key there is a pop that comes from passenger rear speaker then nothing. I pulled out that speaker to check for a short but I can't see any visable problem in the speaker. Let me know if you have any insight.

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  • yknotme Nov 03, 2010

    thanks for the insight. I am pretty well versed in car audio but the mazda design is a friggin rubix cube.

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Hi there, what has happened is the internal amplifier in your stereo has become faulty. Usually when you hear a "pop" sound this is the amplifier circuitry causing uncontrolled voltages to be sent to the outputs of the stereo, what you can hear through your speaker. As to repairing it, it would need to be sent for specialist repair or back to the vehicle manufacturer if it is an OEM unit.

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news

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  • Kevin Penn Nov 03, 2010

    Hope you get it sorted, OEM stuff can be a real pain

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