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    Subwoofers Popping any answers

    My subwoofers are popping and makeing vibration noises when they start to hit hard DOES ANYBODY KNOW WHAT TO DO







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    Re: Subwoofers Popping any answers

    yeah, turn it down.



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    :hilarious lol now that i found funny!!



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    Re: Subwoofers Popping any answers

    what kind of popping? like a staticy pop? check wiring, woulnt want the wiring to be knocking loose when it hit causing small sparkage. also make sure your spider isnt tearing form the cone or it will bottom out easily and may even have a crappy vibrating noise at low volume




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    Re: Subwoofers Popping any answers

    your woofers are exurding too much the only way i found to fix this problem is either have your woofers tight against a back seat or if you can have the woofers hit against a heavy foam




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    Re: Subwoofers Popping any answers

    A lillte more info would help . What are you running ? Subs , Amp , what ohm are they at , What type of box , Is it sealed well , Things to check . Leaks in your box , Gain on your amp , Impendence load . Sounds liek your amp is probably clipping because it is turned up to far or the subs are not selaed well in the box




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    Re: Subwoofers Popping any answers

    check your RCA jacks in your amp sometimes thoes can be messed up and that will cause popping.




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