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Old 9th June 2006, 11:25   #1
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I own an Esteem LXI and i recently got a new MP3 player installed which is a double den Pioneer.While i retained my old (3 years) 4 JBL speakers and 2 JBL tweeters,after a recent service of my car the rear left speaker seem to jarr when i switch my sub.. what cud be the problem? some say its becuz of dust accumulation and i need to invert the speaker and blast for a minute or two..

Any other suggestions guys?

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Could be. A similar experience by DRC; a TBHPian.

Please check this thread.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/car-en...about-ice.html (Me too Started thinking about the ICE)

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Oops sorry dint read the post properly. Failed to notice that the problem started recently.

Check the screws holding down the speakers are tight. Or during the service has water found it's way into the speaker...dust could cause the problem. Take out the speakers clean it out and fix it back tighten the screws properly, this solved my problem with the rear 6x9s.

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is the jarring at all volumes?
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I am no expert, But had the same issue with my speakers as well pio 450w, Changed the paper( That is waht they said) No issues now, But only used to jarr when you increase the volume
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is the jarring at all volumes?
he said, it jarrs when he "on's" teh sub
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oops I did not read that JK. if it jars when he switches on his sub his sub is just rattling something that is loose like a screw as mentioned earlier.
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