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Old 09-10-2006, 08:45 PM   #1
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Default Losing Highs on Front Stock Speakers (Non-Bose)

The Highs in both front speakers and maybe rear, I don't really know, keep cutting out, particularly with CD-Rs. Its totally intermittant, and turning the power off and on doesn't help, any ideas?
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Which Head Unit are you running the speakers off, Factory or Aftermarket ?

If its a factory amplified system it could be the Amp or it could be bad connections at the speakers or corrosion etc.

First thing I would do is check the speakers individually by playing with the Balance & Fade control on the Deck, the next time this happens.

Does the midrange cut out or just the Tweeters ?


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Midrange cuts out too, I do not have an amp i am assuming because i don't have the gain slider. the HU is stock CD player with equalizer set perfectly
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im betting that the amp that inside the HU is going bad....
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oh, there is actualy in amp in there? What would be the most economical way to replace it?
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The wrecker or an aftermarket.


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is there a way to disconnect the internal amp, and if I do that, what will happen?
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