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I have a JVC KD AR200 which was working fine until Sunday, I turned it on there was a whooom sound, now the music sounds very faint like in the back ground out of both speakers, I have to turn it up really high to be able to hear it. Have you any idea what might of caused it? Thanks David

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Could have blown the speakers or if there sub woofers ran off an amp that might be your problem as far as the cause it could be something as simple as a loose ground or some wire that is getting power grounding out on a piece of metal somewhere i would double check all of your connections

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