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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-11-2007, 03:28 PM Thread Starter
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Scratchy stereo

It all started right after I got a Ipod plug in for the stereo. somtimes when I hit a bump or I hit the breaks hard or somthin, the front and rear speakers will either get really scratchy or they will completly cut out. My suba dn amp still works fine but I have no vocals from the speakers. I have checked my connections behind the stereo. cheked the ground. I just dont understand why all the speakers would cut out, I can understand maybe one or two of them but all for of them cutting out just sounds funny to me. anyways just wondering if anybody else had any ideas. thanks guys.

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well i figured out where the problem was. I had put my bikini top on and i guess we got a good rain one night and the rain water was soaked into the sound bar and shorting out the speakers. I noticed it tonight when I was putting the full soft top back on. I happen to smack the sound bar a bit and the speakers cut out. gave it another smack and there back on again. I guess i need to dry everything out.

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