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No Sound Yeah i've had this soundsystem for about an year now, and now suddenly it wont play music at all unl;ess you hook up earphones to it. I've even worked with the copper wiring for the speakers and it still wont work. what do yall think?

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Maybe the audio amplifier IC are damaged.

Posted on Jun 24, 2008

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