Question about Car Audio & Video
When i have the bass turned down on my amp i still get a constant vibration from my sub woofers how can i fix the problem and what would cause this
Is it the car vibrating or the sub making the noise ? if its the sub making the noise check all the screws holding in the sub and make sure they are tight or make sure nothing got sucked into your box if it is the car making the noise try using dyna mat to help stop the noise also check the surround on the sub and make sure there is no seperation of the surround from the cone
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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