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Door speakers and tweeters and cuttign off

Whenever I turn the volume to about 25 on songs that have a lot of highs my door speakers and tweeters cut off. My 6x9s don't because they are connected to an amp. Anyone know what can be causing this?

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  • jguedea May 19, 2008

    almost the same issue had the avic d 3 installed put the $130.00 box for the chimes an the onstar and the speakers in the front go in and out it has the factory bose with tweeters... relpaced the box 3 times whats the option to fix it or should i just go back to factory.

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Your door speakers cannot handle the power being sent to them. get some aftermarket speakers

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Speakers cutting in and out at high volume


The amp is going into protect on the two channels powering the speakers. Turn down the gain on those two channels. You also may want to consider crossing over the speakers a little higher than they are now.

The rating on those speakers are way too high. 6.5's and 6x9's will take 50-100 clean watts tops before they start to break up.

The best solution to get it perfect is....unplug the subs. Turn the gain on the speaker channels all the way down. Then turn up the deck 80% as high as it will go. Play a song. Then increase the gain on the amp until the speakers are as load as they go without distortion. Shut off the car, replugg in the subs and do the same thing. Gain on sub channels all the way down, deck then to 80%, find a bass heavy song, then turn gain up until subs become distorted. If you do this procedure your speakers and subs will be "gain matched" to the proper levels.

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