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kevin2 Aug 8, 3:24am - #34183 
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Stupid question...lol

Whenever I turn my bass to max, with tres max too, it shake the door and make some door noise. My question is, is this normal???? or some nuts on the door is not tight???? Thanx

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Rice Aug 8, 3:26am - #34184 

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edit, this is not helping Rice
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VSGTS14 Aug 8, 3:27am - #34185 

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that will happen with most cars...you should usually get them dynomatted.

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ssgsky Aug 8, 3:27am - #34186 

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yes it is normal, you can help the rattling, as the audiophiles call it by using weighted materials applied to the thin metal braces of the door, or you would turn it down lol

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Rice Aug 8, 3:37am - #34187 

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edit, this again is not helping, please make intelligent posts and if you can't or don't want to, please don't make any post.
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Da Mac Aug 8, 3:49am - #34188 
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or can dynomat them
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Street Prototype Aug 8, 3:53am - #34189 

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Originally Posted by Rice
or you can buy new doors.


are you helping Rice rolleyes

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ST0RMSHADOW Aug 8, 3:57am - #34190 

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Or just throw your head deck out the window, cause it's CRAP!!!!

nah, just kidding. Yeah Dyno's the way to go, shit man that rhymed(did I spell that right?, heh, sue me.)

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RicePowered Aug 8, 3:59am - #34191 
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yes this happens because of the amount of air pressure the speakers move when hitting those hard bass notes will shake the door. thumbsup

Like everyone said you have to put sound-deading material ... i.e. dynamat inside the doors to reduce this vibration.
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VSGTS14 Aug 8, 4:01am - #34192 

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Originally Posted by RicePowered
yes this happens because of the amount of air pressure the speakers move when hitting those hard bass notes will shake the door. thumbsup

Like everyone said you have to put sound-deading material ... i.e. dynamat inside the doors to reduce this vibration.


yep...i knew it was an a and not an o...the o didn't sound right for a matt.

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Street Prototype Aug 8, 4:04am - #34193 

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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
Originally Posted by RicePowered
yes this happens because of the amount of air pressure the speakers move when hitting those hard bass notes will shake the door. thumbsup

Like everyone said you have to put sound-deading material ... i.e. dynamat inside the doors to reduce this vibration.


yep...i knew it was an a and not an o...the o didn't sound right for a matt.


booooo! thatsfunny

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ST0RMSHADOW Aug 8, 4:05am - #34194 

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it's an "A", ahhh damn, well there goes my damn rhyme, thanks, well my day is shit now. tongue tongue

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IcEd blUe Aug 8, 4:06am - #34195 

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yup go dynamat! get at bestbuy or somethin
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VSGTS14 Aug 8, 4:10am - #34196 

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Originally Posted by Street Prototype
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
Originally Posted by RicePowered
yes this happens because of the amount of air pressure the speakers move when hitting those hard bass notes will shake the door. thumbsup

Like everyone said you have to put sound-deading material ... i.e. dynamat inside the doors to reduce this vibration.


yep...i knew it was an a and not an o...the o didn't sound right for a matt.


booooo! thatsfunny

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