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I have 7.1 preamp/ amp combo that is losing a channel after it warms up. I'm using Infinity beta 50 speakers the amp combo is Outlaw. Prior to the Infinity speakers I was using Rectilinear III speakers. The problem happened with both brands. Originally I thought that front left channel was problem. When the channel cut off I switched to one of the rear surround channels. It worked great for about 15 hours total play time. Then same thing, so I switched agian. Worked great for about same amount of time. I've already ruled out speaker cables and interconnects, all good. I know it sounds like speaker problem, but it happened on both brands. Any ideas?

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SOURCE: Stereo speaker suddenly stopped giving sound

You will need to take the speaker apart and with an ohm meter or continuity tester, measure the resistance of the speaker right at the speaker to see if the speaker is open. if it is you have no choice then to replace the speaker. If the speaker measures a low resistance, measure the wires froom the speaker to the output wires or terminals. Some speaker manufacturers install small fuses inside their speakers. Good Luck

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