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    MCi300 Right speaker output issue

    Hi, I have just started having a problem with my MCi300. Everytime I switch the unit on, press menu button, skip cd track etc the right speaker receives a signal which causes the visible speaker to retract and obviously make a loud bassy noise. If I swap the speaker plugs then the same thing happens to the left speaker, thus it is not the speaker but something to do with the unit itself. I have also noticed that the left speaker , i.e., the one connected to the bottom socket is much louder than the one on the right when music is played. Does anybody know how this could be rectified or what is causing the problem. Thanks

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    Hi djreadie,

    Have you tried disconnecting everything, restarting and trying again? Sometimes that might help sort things out. If this doesn't help, is it still on warranty? If yes, I'd suggest servicing it.

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    Thanks for your reply, yes I did try all those things. Sadly it isn't under warranty anymore. I tried another set of speakers and found that they have exactly the same problem as described above ie, the loud bassy noise to the right speaker when switched on or when it goes to the next cd track etc, also that the left speaker is much louder than the right. This tells me it must be the unit itself, perhaps the top connector speaker connector. Any ideas?

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    Dear Djreadie,

    Welcome to the forum :-)
    We've analysed your issue and came to the conclusion that unfortunately it needs to be repaired in a service.
    Please refer to the Philips official website and choose your country for a list of authorised Philips services.

    Please feel free to write to us if you need any extra support and we will be more than happy to provide our assistance.

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