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Stereo Malfunction

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Help Wanted. 2006 Boxster S, GPS, Bose, all Factory equipment. Got in the car, turned key and sound was REAL loud. Immediately turned volume down, now all I get is a muted bass sound. Prior to turning key, I had unlatched my top to lower it. I tried all controls on the unit, but was unable to get any sound out of it, other than the muted sounds. Any ideas? Maybe a blown fuse ? Anything appreciated.

Thanks, Patrick

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Have you checked the Mid/Hi drivers are still working? These could have blown. Its unlikely that all drivers are blown except the bass, more likely a portion of the amp/dsp that handles this frequency band has failed. This could be a fuse, component failure or something such as a 'protect' feature im not aware of.

You should try a reset.

Then test the physical drivers.

If after this it is not working try taking to a dealer.

Good Luck!

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