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A friend hooked extra speakers to my system and now the speakers have no sound what have he done/

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He probably overloaded the system...it is rated for a specific resistance and adding extra speakers can ruin the speakers or the system or simply not play. I recommend researching the rating or simply disconnecting the extra speakers.

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