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The speakers shut off in the middle of a song

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Try different input sources(dvd-cd player-vcr)----if you get same result from all check your speakers cables and speakers itself start with cables and then speakers-if certain media source make the trouble check its connection cables to the receiver.--and then the media itself.

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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