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Kinyo t3100 bass speaker has a rattle when playing music

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Try turning the bass down and make sure that the rattle is inside the speaker check around it and see if its not something nearby the speaker it could be something came off inside.

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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I've got a Behringer Ultrabass Bb410 1200w 4x10 Bass Cabinet in which 2 of the speakers rattle. I know the speakers have been removed and rewired. How can I get an internal wiring diagram to check...


The cabinet is listed as a 4 ohm unit.

We would exoect to see four, 4 ohm speakers in series parallel or four 16 ohm speakers in parallel.

If teh unit seems to rattle, first put an audio oscillator into it and sweep the frequency. It is common for grilles and also logos attached to them to rattle.

Open the unit and power each speaker the same way individually for a test.

I suspect you will find either the grille or mounting hardware is actually doing the rattling OR possibly the wires inside are vibrating.

If the sound is a scratchy buzz, then the speaker(s) have probably had voicecoils damaged by overheating.

In this case, buy 4 new speakers and replace all. It is not likely to find replacements for the Buggera brand they put in these cabinets. Also the word on the web about that brand of speaker is not very good.

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Before changing the speaker, check for debris or other things in the cabinet or grill that MIGHT be rattling..

Also, plug in an external speaker to the ext jack and see if it is clean.

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I have lots of static in my Inspire t3100 speakers.


Speakers are't really capable of producing static but can REproduce static coming from the amplifier.
If speakers are defective they can rattle (loose cone) or can produce random scratchiness if the voice coil is going bad. This last can also happen if a speaker has a lousy connection from the amplifier.
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It is possible to overdrive a speaker beyond what it can handle.

DO NOT BELIEVE the spec sheets regarding power and capabilty, especially those for automobile amps and speakers.

If the cone moves too far, the voice coil leaves the active area of the magnetic field and the speaker will "rattle".

The speaker AND its enclosure may be resonating at particular frequencies.

If these things are happening, you will permanently damage the speakers.

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If you still have the factory head unit in your car, the static may be because the speakers are damaged.
If you have a new or non factory head unit in it and you have the factory speakers in the car, the speakers will have a static sound when turned up because they have trouble supporting the amount of watts and power that are being supplied to them.
Another problem I think of when you say static is the metal and plastic or your car "rattling" against each other when bass shakes the area around your speaker. If that's the case, you just nee to put something in there that surpresses the amount of vibration that comes off your speaker and flows into the speaker mount.
Hope this helped.

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