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Wharfedale 8.3 i experienced coloration first then the woofer completely lost its sound. that happened to my pair of 8.3's. by the way, i'm using a yamaha RX-V357 a/v receiver. nohting is wrong with my receiver i'm sure.

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Is it old ? Is it making a rattling noise inside ? Completely lost its sound as in completely stopped sounding like a woofer and has higher frequencys coming out of it or as in no sound at all coming out of it ? I would say it's probably the crossover, perhaps a burnt resistor.

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