Question about RCA RT2360 System
I recently hook this system up for my girlfriend. Everything was going with out a problem, until I was pushing the receiver into its slot in the entertainment center. All of a sudden the sound on a few of the speakers went dead. I figured that I had just unhooked a few of the wires, so I pulled it back out to inspect. Everything was as I had left it. I went ahead and unhooked all the speakers one at a time and made sure that they were still working. All the speakers were still working, but now the level of sound that I was getting in the high 30s was only happening at near the max for the volume. Not sure if maybe I blew a fuse or something, but now the receiver sounds like crap. Any ideas?
Try hooking up other speakers to receiver, and other receiver to speakers, in order to determine which is the problem causer. open up receiver and check the contacts of the speaker swiches. also check the speaker relays, many times problem lyes there.
Posted on Feb 15, 2006
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