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No bass in my car

I have the Jvc Kd- hdr1 cd player in my ford stang gt with the mach system. My question is the speakers are getting no bass at all(I have no subs). There is no beat to the speakers only treble. I have tried going through the sound staging and same problem presist. What can I do?

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Re: No bass in my car

If it a 6x9 they is no miracle to it speaker blown cheers

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This radio can not use a common ground. If your speakers are all grounded together you will blow up the amp IC in the radio. The negative speaker wires run at about 6 or 7 volts and so do the positive speaker wires.

Trust me, run new speaker wires, do not common ground any of these speakers

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The reason the CD it is gettng hot is because of the amplifier IC in the radio. The CD player is right in front of the amp IC and it is all in an enclosed area with little ventilation. They do get hot after a while.

It is not unusual for a CD to get hot after playing for a while.

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