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No sound from speakers on modena cd53. (nor tuner,cd & aux) and both TDA amps tested ok. (speakers buzz when touching inputs of TDA)

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From the amplifier, then, a single pair of speaker outputs feeds a single pair of inputs on your speakers. The reason for two jack sets on the speakers is for "bi-wiring" or "bi-amping", not necessary for basic stereo reproduction.

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A helpful hint is that if you touch the audio section with a srewdriver, it will buzz! And since you have two channels which copy one another you can work out where the fault is. Because if it buzz's in the good channel, it should in the same place on the bad one.
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Have you tried isolating the problem to see what exactly the problem is? First I suggest disconnecting the left speaker from the system and test the speaker by it's self. If you have any technical knowledge and an ohm meter, you can connect an ohm meter to the two wires comming from the speaker and see if you get 8 ohms or less. You SHOULD see something in the neighborhood of 8 ohms of resistance if the speaker is good. If you're not a techy and want a simpler "go/no-go" test on the speaker, then take the two wires going into the back of the speaker and BRIEFLY touch them to the two terminals of a 9 volt battery. If the speaker is good, you will hear a "pop" in the speaker as the battery connects. Again, ONLY BRIEFLY touch them. DO NOT connect them to the battery and allow them to stay on for more than about a half second or so, else you run the risk of burning up the voice coil in your woofers.
If the left speaker passes the test, then let's look at the receiver unit. I am not familiar with this particular make and model, but I dare say it should have multiple inputs. Just to be extra certain that the speaker wasn't somehow the problem, go ahead and connect the right speaker to the left channel and let's test the left channel of the receiver. Try using the various inputs on the receiver (i.e. am/fm, CD in, AUX in, Video in, what ever it may have).. Does the left channel yield ANY sound at all under any conditions?
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