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Ravindra Malvey Posted on Jul 15, 2007
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Sony XS-GT - Burrrrrrrr Noise

One of the Speakers in my car gives a Burrrrrr noise when there is Bass. How this could be repaired?

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It's likely that the cone is damaged, which isn't repairable. However, another problem I've seen with Sony speakers comes when the tweeter pod becomes loose on its mount. To check this, look at the bottom of the speaker magnet. In the center of the back plate, there should be a small screw. It might be hiding under a sticker. Try tightening the screw, if possible.

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