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It could also be that you've selected the tape monitor which will have this effect.

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Check the resistance of the speakers, if no resistance, then it already busted,or maybe the connection of speaker wire to the cone is loose or crack try to check it out.Then if you check already and it tight no crack ,then the problem is in coil winding of the speaker,it needs to rewind...

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