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I have 2 infinity kappa speakers in the rear deck of my car. i had a stereo system in the trunk but it didnt really do much except throw more bass in with the music even then it wasnt that much bass. i sold that system and now there is very little music coming form the rear i checked the wiring connection and it seemed fine. do i need another set of speakers?

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    Matthew Spark May 11, 2010

    did you have fairly airtight covers on the back (inside the trunk) side of the infiniti's? if not, the air pressure produced by the speakers in the trunk may have damaged the infinitis

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You sold the subs, or sold the infinity kappas? After selling a sub system it is often more than disapointing to go back. It often does sound quiet. You can either deal with it for a couple months until you get used to it, or I'd go with a set of MB Quart to replace your kappas.

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