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Old 06-30-2004, 10:28 PM   #1
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Default Buzzing and rattling from rear speakers

I replaced my rear Bose speakers and just could not shake this buzzing when the bass hit. I discovered it was comming from the rear grills, and not the speakers themselves. I discected them and removed the felt from around the 6x9 oval section and reinstalled them. The buzzing is now gone! Im not sure if it is a coincidence, or not. But I have been trying to tackle the buzzing for 6 months and now it is gone. If it comes back I will update.

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