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back right speaker stopped working, need new cable?


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Just today I noticed that I was not getting sound out of my back right speaker, and after switching sats I'm pretty sure its the speaker wire thats screwed up. That speaker does get moved a lot becaues its blocking a closet. I can just go to radio shack and get some right? How much will it be? I hope not much..

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Yeah you could do that (and you could upgrade your speaker wire at the same time for all of the speakers) or call CS and see if they can help you. The number's below.

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I had the same problem with mine, I had to send them back. But, it might not be the case with you. Try flipping the actual wires, the green and purple plugs, wiggle the surround nob. Try a couple of things before the new speaker wire. If it is the wire, consider upgrading the like Sam_D said try this

www.klipsch.com/ubb/Forum13/HTML/000656.html

Hope it's not a problem with your pre-amp or sub. Good Luck!!!

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I swithed the back 2 purple and green plugs in the sound card, and it fixed the problem. I think im going to send them in for some other issues though if I can do it before my warrenty expires..next month..I'm guessing Klipsch doesnt pick up the s&h tab?

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Thank you so much! I was really upset when I discovered earlier today that my rear left speaker had SERIOUS crackling issues, I never noticed this before today so I started playing with the wiring to no avail. Didn't realize to play with the outputs in the sound card though =) Just tried the purple and green cable switching thing and it worked. I guess this makes sense, I probably screwed it up when disconnecting the computer for a new hard drive install. This has totally made my day.

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