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Phil Lambert Posted on Apr 19, 2006
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Sound cuts out

When watching DVDs/ music the sound randomly cuts out. This mainly happens when the sound is pretty loud. Ive talked to a few people about it and they say that it sounds like the amp has blown. Is their anyway to fix this or would I have to buy a new amp for it. If so how much do they roughly cost. The system seems to work fine but through a film the sound just goes dead. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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If you listen to cd's and the sound dos'ent cut out then it cant be the amp. It could be the audio cables are intermittant between the amp and the dvd playerr or they are loose or corroded a little. or ppossible the input your using is going bad on the stereo sytem but I wouldnt think that the whole system was blown if the radio and the cd plays normal.. check out the causes I listed and let us know if you need more assistance\..:)

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