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On the back of the Beo 4000 speaker, there is a "Line" switch. Have you tried switching this both all the way to the left, as well as all the way to the right (or vise versa) and trying the new cable with the switch in both positions?
If not, can you please try that?
Also, try disconnecting the power cord from the back of the powered speaker for 10 seconds, then plug it back in and try both positions of the "Line" switch again. let me know what happens.
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