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    Trouble shooting this problem

    Someone I know has a system with a 4 channel amp and a mono amp. He said that his power line fuse blew and ever since then his subs have been at a constant (high) volume regardless of what the volume is set at on the deck. The subs are always playing loud whether the volume is at 0 or 50. He also said someone was playing around with his deck around the time this happened. I think it started after the fuse blew but he wasn't really clear. Anyways I was going to try to hookup the subs to one of the channels on the 4 channel to see if that fixed the problem, but the speaker wire wouldn't reach and I didn't have any with me. Any ideas on what's wrong? I'm thinking his mono amp is shot (planet audio...).

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    Re: Trouble shooting this problem

    Get some speaker wire and hook it to the four channel.
    Yall need to fuse that power wire though.

    "When I listen to a stereo loudspeaker playback in my room and an auditory scene has formed in my mind, how would I know that what I hear is an accurate replica of an auditory scene that could be had at the recording venue? Or more generally, that this is an auditory scene that could have existed at all?"

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