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XxMerlinxX
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XxMerlinxX Oct 4, 8:15pm - #51140 
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Popping noise in speakers, help please

Ok, a friend and I t-tapped all the speaker wires so I could install a new in-dash DVD player. Turns out I got a bad unit and now I'm waiting for them to send me another. In the mean time, my speakers have a popping/static noise to'em. Anyone have any idea at all as to what this might be and how to fix it?

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trog2233
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trog2233 Oct 4, 8:17pm - #51141 

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Could be the signal the radio is sending...or most likely the speakers are blown thumbsdown
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XxMerlinxX
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XxMerlinxX Oct 4, 8:52pm - #51142 
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The speakers aren't blown because they work fine but every minute or so they click and pop.

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IcEd blUe
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IcEd blUe Oct 4, 8:54pm - #51143 

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does it make noise when the "bass" hits?

if so..then it could be the cone or the coils
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XxMerlinxX Oct 5, 7:51pm - #51144 
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Yes, it's when the bass hits. But everything was fine before we tapped all the wires.

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Virgilson Oct 23, 9:56am - #51145 

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Replacing my all of my speakers...Have people been slamming your doors hard...I think thats the problem..
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skdmorse Oct 23, 9:55pm - #51146 

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Most likely when you tapped into the wires you left one of them with a bad connection.
Go back through all of your cannections and I bet you will find one that is loose.
This will cause your noise...

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XxMerlinxX Oct 23, 10:47pm - #51147 
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Sweet, thanks a lot man, I'll try anything at this point.

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MxReb0 Oct 24, 5:26am - #51148 

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Originally Posted by Virgilson
Replacing my all of my speakers...Have people been slamming your doors hard...I think thats the problem..

Yeah, people slam my doors so hard all the time. I hate it. (They're used to rusted out 79 Trans Ams ;-))

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Virgilson Oct 24, 9:27am - #51149 

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LOL yea that right.. That why I'm lookin for some new speakers...Replacing the old stock and blown out ones..
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ssgsky Oct 24, 1:07pm - #51150 

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it is possible for a speaker to be blown and you wont know it at low levels, but as the excursion of the speaker increases at higher levels, it gets stuck on the windings

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