A few months ago, my car stereo system was working perfectly fine. I had 2 Pioneer TS-G1310 speakers hooked up to a Pioneer DEH-1600 Deck. Everything worked fine. The speakers were 80 watt max music power and 25 watt nominal power, with 4 impedance, not sure if they were 2 ways or 3 ways. Then, one day my speakers stopped working properly. If I would turn the volume on my radio above about "18" the speakers would get fuzzy, the fuzziness increasing as I turned the volume higher. Pretty much the only thing I had listened to was talk radio, but the speakers were old so I figured I had blown them. To replace them, I got a pair of Pyle PL53BL speakers. These ones have 200 watt max power and 100 watt RMS, and are three-way triaxials. I really dont know what these wattages mean, so I just got those ones being I felt they were a good deal on Amazon. After installing the new speakers, using the existing wiring setup, I still had the exact same problem. It seemed that nothing had changed. If I turn up the bass, or switch around the deck settings to "super bass" or "powerful" the fuzziness gets worse. I tried wiggling the batteries around in the rear of the deck, and re-crimped the connectors holding the wires in the rear of the deck together. What do ya'll think could be the problem? Could the new speakers that I got be damaged? Ground issue? How can I find out?