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    cold killing midbass?

    its about 1 degree where im at, my car has been sitting outside for a few days and i got in it to drive and my midbass was non-exsistant, it was allmost like i was just listening to my tweets, and it stayed that way for about 20 min, then they slowly came to life a small bit, but i was back by then, i have CDT 6.5 comps, does this happen to anybody else?



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    Re: cold killing midbass?

    The foam surround on your speakers was probably hard because of the cold temp.



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    Re: cold killing midbass?

    If door speakers maybe speakers got wet and moisture froze??????



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    Re: cold killing midbass?

    il have to check, and yes they are in the door



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    Re: cold killing midbass?

    it happens, when its real cold i start my car and let it run for about 15 mins and have the hu volume up a lil maybe 1/3rd to get things workin. its usually good once i get in. you want to watch it if they are froze cuz it can damage the speaker if you try and push them.



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    Re: cold killing midbass?

    yeah i do start slow in the morning since it can get aslow as -30celcius here ( around 0 faraneith) and I yell at my gf when she push it right away. It is stressfull on the equipment




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