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post #1 of 4 Old 01-03-2013, 12:25 PM - Thread Starter
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I have a Pioneer VSX-816. to get some of the speakers to work I have to crank the volume and juice them to make come on. Both front and rear speakers. Seldom the center channel. Once this is done they usually stay on but sometimes go off and need juiced again.
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My head hurts....

From the little bit I can decipher, sounds like a bad amp maybe?

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I was wondering if it was an amp problem, speaker problem or wire problem.
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I had this issue and it was a speaker problem. It may be any of the three listed above by MikeA101.

This is an old thread so I'll shut up now....
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