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I have a set of 6 Pioneer TS-A1673R model speakers in my 2001 Honda CR-V. I'm the second owner, they were included when I purchased the vehicle last year. Recently, one of the rear-most speakers began to rattle at certain, low pitches. I ordered a used replacement off of eBay, which I've still yet to install. Today I noticed one of the fore-most speakers beginning to rattle as well. I'm worried that all of the remaining speakers will soon follow suit. When I press in on the cone, I don't feel any scraping. The only problems I do notice are that on both, the right cable that leads to the tweeter is loose (the one that rattles worse has a looser cable). They seem to have come loose at the solder point. My question is, should I attempt to repair them with a solder job (which I've little skill at), or go ahead and replace the lot (which I'd rather not do)?

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If u have soldering skills put them to use its worth a try. I also do recommend buying new speakers with rubber surrounds, they will last longer than the usual foam surrounds.

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Replace them with speakers and electronics in less u know what ur doing then replace them all then u should have no problem and u should get a warrenty with it.

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