its probably the splif coupler..
its probably the splif coupler..
What is that?
Chances are, your box is broken (glue has come apart) may be caused by the age of the box or the condition it has been kept in, the glue may have been old and cracked.
because your woofers ****
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still think this guy needs help 5 months later?
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didnt you know where kicker got their name? you gotta kick it once in a while so it unsticks
this thread is from 2011...if his subs are still rattling, I dont think he really cares too much about teh audioz at all.
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Haha, in all seriousness, there's obviously something wrong with the CVR. To be honest, I'll never run Kicker after multiple things I've heard about them, and I wouldn't be surprised if it blew, even if you were giving it nothing above rated power. They're just not very well-constructed subwoofers.
I do not think Kicker woofers or amps are the greatest but I wouldn't say any of their stuff isn't well constructed from personal experience as opposed to hear-say.
I totally agree with you when you say Kicker gets its' bad name through novices blowing them up - the brand is as mainstream as it gets, so that's where car audio amateurs go to for their first system..that's where a lot of their rep comes from.
When I said that they're 'not very well-constructed subwoofers' I probably should've put 'in my opinion/experience' afterwards. Granted, every brand has its' lemons, so it isn't to say that they're all this way, but a friend of mine did have a Kicker blow in the first 2 days of him having it, 50w under what it was rated at. If I remember correctly, the signal was clean. But as I said, every brand has its' lemons.
I'm trying to avoid being what you'd call an 'Internet cool guyss', but I don't think, really, anybody should go with Kicker. Their amp lines are solid, but as far as subwoofers go, they're overpriced for their quality. That's an opinion, but a well-supported one. There are many brands that are much better, especially for the price they charge. Alpine Type Rs for example, are very sturdy, well-novice shaped subwoofers. I say this because they're a very durable brand, which is good for beginners, for obvious reasons. They're also much cheaper than most Kicker subwoofers that will deliver the same output.
Anyway, I'm sorry for the wall, I just wanted to clear my name on that one. Sorry for any confusion.