Because its old.
The radio is fused Not the speakers. If you have a problem then the radio is the culprit.
Could be the speakers are blown.
The speakers are probably not connected or the wiring from the speakers to the receiver are faulty.
Electric (from the wall) to sound (speakers).
i have a 2001 mitsubish my radio want come on either
Your wires are not connected from your radio to speakers probally
because the chimes dont come from your stereo speakers, they come from inside the dash
Each speaker has an amp on it. There is a sound processor that is between the radio head unit and the speakers. The sound processing unit is what separates the appropriate sound range frequencies and sends them to the appropriate speakers. This is provided you have an Infinity sound system.
Stereo sound makes it possible for different sounds to come out of different speakers.
It depends on what type of sound device you buy. Some have speakers while others don't.
Speakers blown? or grounded out?
Turn up the volume.
it connects to the speakers.....
No, the radio has its own built-in amplifier. If you're not getting sound from ANY speakers, your radio is probably broken and needs to be replaced.
check the speakers
Radio = sound wave T.V. = light wave [and sound from the speakers <33] That is completely wrong. Radio and television signals are both sent by RADIO WAVES.
AM and FM radio antennas work by capturing electromagnetic radio waves in the air and feeding them into the radio. They are then broadcast in sound through the speakers.
The Pontiac Montana does not come with a factory installed amp in the sound system. The wiring goes directly from the radio to the speakers.
I bought a used 2003 avalanche and the soeakers have no sound. Radio works and has power but no sound. They seem to be connected (speakers) so is there a fuse maybe
Check your speaker wire, make sure that it is connected to the radio and the speaker.
Car speakers might make a weird sound as the car accelerates if the radio is equipped with an automatic sound adjuster. Some newer car radios have this feature so that the radio volume does not have to be adjusted when a window is opened or a blower fan is running.
Remove the covers to your 1997 radio speakers. Remove the radio speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the radio speakers. Reverse the process to install your new radio speakers.
if u have access to speakers turn on radio balance speaker control on radio ,hook a good speaker to each wire if it work check the radio
Your speaker has probably blown, I recommend going to a repair shop and repairing it.