Question about Car Audio & Video
Hello.... sorry to hear you are having problems. First check the balance control on your radio and make sure it is in the center. If it is in the center, it is a good possibility that you have 2 blown speakers. You did not mention the type of vehicle these were installed in or the year model. If you can easily access one of the speakers, you can jump a pair of wires to a new speaker to see if it is playing at the proper volume level. This would be the easiest to do before you bought new speakers. If you connect a new speaker and the volume level is the same and the balance is in the center, then the left side outputs on the radio have gone bad. Depending upon the vehicle, there may be a factory amplifier that needs to be bypassed. Alot of Impalas have this problem. Let me know the vehicle you have, and if it is a premium sound system (Bose, Infinity, Alpine, Rockford, etc.) and I can give you more info. Hope this helped! Good luck with your venture!
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Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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