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Sounds like you blew out the sub-woofer in the headphones. You could replace them, or if you've only had them for a year (or less) you can use the warranty included and have them fix it. All you have to do is call them up and ship the headphones to them.
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Are these amplifing headphones or ? Most headphones use the devices power source to make the headphones work, they use very low voltage and various ohlms to make the earpieces vibrate and make sound. If they are not working try pushing the connection in all the way, or try another set of headphones to see if the problem is with the device. Sometimes we get defective headphones right out of the box, Skull Candy is usually very reliable and quality checked before shipping, but it can happen with all manufactures. Gool Luck.
The bass unit must be defective. Talk to the guys at Skullcandy for a replacement (they offer lifetime warranties for stuff like this). Their website has a link directly to the warranty page as well: www.skullcandy.com/warranty
just right off hand does your rear speakers have a port so that air traped can be released if you port your box sound would get better
air inside of a speaker box has no where to go so it bounces off the speaker makin it vibrate out perfect harmony
also some stations and cd's can have a bad tune too them or signal which can give distortion greatly not appreciated sound
but i would go with the port suggestion first
when i built my first speaker box from scratch i found out the smaller the box the more air would dammage the speakers so i ported the boxes sound increased so much better
bigger the box better the air flow and bass
Your battery should be fine! Although the amp might not be strong enough for the sub. All you can do is check the RCA cables from your radio to your amp as these might vibrate loose when you get to 17 volume and also check the monster cable from your amp to your sub asit might have vibrated loose as well.