Question about Car Audio & Video
If I leave my radio volume low like around 10, the bass sounds fine. When I turn the volume up say around 20 or higher, the bass goes way down and it is distorted. some people said it sounds like a burnt voice coil but I am not sure
I had the same problem:
You probably have the type speaker with a dustcap that says EARTHQUAKE in big letters from left to right.
If you look on some video's on you-tube, they have a different dustcap with a kind of star-shaped shape in it.
You have the old type and if you use it in a sealed enclosure which is too small, something that is glued underneath the dustcap comes loose and starts rattling. Contact Earthquake and ask for the updated dustcap which doesn't have that glued part and repair your speaker or let them do it.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
You might have blown a speaker, or more than one. Check this first before you start trouble shooting the radio.
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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