I just noticed my Rear speakers (2 6" Diamond D363i's) are not nearly as loud as the front speakers (also 6" Diamond D363i's). I have not checked these speakers for problems in a while, but pretty sure the problem is new. I tried the fade out completely towards the rear the back to the front, that's when I
could really tell. This issue is not that they don't ''seem'' as loud because I went and listened closely to both rear speakers as well. Not only are they not
as loud but the rear speakers both seem to have the equal amount of distortion. The front's are clear. What's the short list of possible problems. Could it
be the head unit over-heated and shorted out the rear speaker outputs. I noticed the head unit gets hot as a *mf* (when I've taken it out to inspect it).
Could it be a wiring issue? Could it be the HU is not able to supply enough power to the rear speakers? I turned the subs off, but I haven't tried turning
off the amplifier off to see if everything is redistributed evenly, however, with the subs off (amp on) the result is the same, rear speakers low volume,
distorted if I try to turn it up high. I find it hard to believe they are both blown. Given the description what do you guy "think" the problem is? Thanks.
Info: D363i - Diamond Audio 6" 120 Watts 2-Way Coaxial Speakers