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Old 30th July 2007, 09:46 PM   #1
skullkeeper is offline skullkeeper  United States
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Default Help kenwood stereo receiver audio prob

ok i dont know much about home stereo receivers so maybe someone can help.

the problumim having is when i hook up my spekers to my receiver left turmenals A or B it makes the speakers sound blown but the right sounds fine. now both sides are starting to do it.

also befor the warranty was up i sent it in because if the volume nob got turned by hand or remote it made a staticy sound they sent it back but they never fixed it. now that the audio is coming out sounding blown the nob dosent seem to make a staticy sound.

anyone know how i can fix the prob. Thank you
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