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Install subs on back doors on a 95 suburban

Well i install 2 10inch subs on back of the doors. the pioneer shallow subs. well i need the space, so i can not use a box. well i get this rattle noise at the doors and the subs sound distorted. is there any ideas you can give me? i got the dynamat but dont know if it will work?

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Sound molecules? hmm.... i think sound works in waves, but i dunno. anyways, you could try taking the door panel off again, then get some spray-in foam, fill in all the space with foam and then cut out the area of the foam where your sub fits plus a little extra room of course and it will act as a box and it will soak up all that vibration. that may be a little too professional for most paople but it works and sounds great none the less.

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Install Dynamat. That should stop the rattling and distortion. the distortion is from the door vibrating the sound waves and messing the sound molecules up before they reach your ears. stopping the vibration should stop the distortion.

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