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Old 01-09-2006, 06:00 PM   #11
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Well I replaced the rear speakers with aftermarkets when I installed the sub, so I don't know about the stockers. I'll try unplugging the sub and see what that does.
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The only suggestion I have is

"Turn that damned noise down!!"

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I guess I'm going to be building some boxes for my rears. I'm gonna try to build them small enough to fit underneath the rear speaker grill.
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here is what i did....they make the Bass a little deeper and they will prevent the speaker pop

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boxes for coaxial speakers totally muffles them. i would much rather have no rear speakers to distort
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Yes, I was also told not to put baffles on my rears because it changes the sound "for the worst"....+ I have Type R'* in the rear and he they said the newer speakers are made more rigid for applications as such......do what u may though....can't say i've had problems w/this situation.
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i donot have 6X9'* back there i have 6.5'* and they are not coax they are a component....i had the speakers in before the boxes and i didnt like the way they sounded....the boxes made the rear speakers have more bass and it sounded way better, over the exact same speakers with out the boxes
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