How to reduce speaker vibration?

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  1. Loomster

    Loomster New Member

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    I had my dad put in my speakers about a month ago in my Blazer. (kenwood speakers up front and a kenwood component set in the back). From the start I have had a lot of vibration coming from the back speakers, even at lower volume. For music to be enjoyable i have to turn the bass pretty much off. Is there anything i can do to stop this vibration from happening?
     
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    could be a blown speaker
    could be tuning issue
    could just be loose
    ..If the SPEAKER is rattling, its an install error.

    if not just go buy a square of dynamat.
     
  4. Ronin

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    touche, wasnt thinking of it that way, in my head i just figured rattles caused by the speaker :dunno:

    but yeah if you get close to the speaker and listen u should be able to tell whether its a panel or the speaker itself
     

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