Hey not resolved yet but I do have it diagnosed. I have dug into the manual and identified what voltages should be where and have done some voltage readings. The CPU sound board is suppose to have -12VDC and a +12VDC along with one +5VDC power coming in from the main power control, which I do have. The CPU sound board then sends the signal to the speakers, two channels one the two top speakers and one for the lower speaker giving me the issue.
Two top speakers work, and when testing for voltage going to those two speakers I get nothing, if there is a constant voltage supply then it most be a lower scale and something that is not of concern. However when testing for DC voltage to bottom speaker I have 13VDC constant and the speaker cone immediately pops out when you plug the wire into the speaker and when you unplug while live you can see a arc, which no speaker I have ever owned, for say a stereo, would do that and I am assuming neither should this.
So the CPU sound board is the culprit and like Wayout was saying probably a capacitor or something in the board. I did get a factory speaker before going through all the tests above for $16 in hopes of a simple repair just to try it out and of course same issue because I am never that lucky
I also, as a back up, ordered a couple of capacitors for the CPU sound board, they were less than a $1 from the place I ordered the speaker from, and was going to get a ESR meter which allows you to test capacitors while in circuit instead of unsoldering to test but after closer inspection of the board the solder joints are so small and the board looks so delicate that I am afraid to attempt.
Talked to two local repair shows, and when they run into problems with these newer boards they send out to Stern for rebuild attempts or possibly have to get a new board all together.
Sent a message to Stern support and they responded saying it does sound bad and to either purchase the board from a local distributor or have them send the board to them. Just messaged them back asking if I can send directly to them or purchase (not sure if they even rebuild) waiting on a response..
Hopefully they can repair the board, if not looks like the board would be $600, although Macro Specialties only seems to have this board for ACDC and Star Trek and I do not see it anywhere else when searching internet. So after this long story I am in a holding pattern and hopefully stern does not make me go through a middle man.