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Old 7th March 2010, 12:16   #1
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Default RATTLING sound in car due to audio system...

hey my friend has got OLD HONDA CITY 2003 model its an amazing car.... He got in pumped with blaupunkt speakers in the tray.... there is no amp or woofer but he is facing a problem that due to the awesome clarity and bass (trust me it gives bass like feeling really good without amp or woofer) his dikki rattles when we hear it from outside....bass is not that much that it comes out of the car but is sufficient in car but still a really weired sound is created in his dikki because of that... any idea what should be done?????

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Old 7th March 2010, 12:48   #2
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Damping the boot + parcel tray using noise kill or dynamat should solve the problem.



P.S.: I guess you've posted in the wrong section, you should have posted in the ''Ask The Guru's Section''
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Share some pics of the setup, so we can get a better idea.

Your friend may be experiencing jarring and may need to use some damping below the speakers.

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1. Make sure all the visible cables and wires are clamped down with some rolled closed cell foam every 3-4 inches
2. Put some double-sided tape strips behind the number plate
3. Make sure all accessories (jack, jack handle etc.) are stayed down well

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1. Make sure all the visible cables and wires are clamped down with some rolled closed cell foam every 3-4 inches
2. Put some double-sided tape strips behind the number plate
3. Make sure all accessories (jack, jack handle etc.) are stayed down well

And yes, @torque_steer, please don't make a post with all the text in bold. By convention, bold is used only to highlight a couple of words or sentences. A post completely in bold or all caps is like shouting at someone.
hey my friend added some sponge and double sided tape in the areas that make noise and its a success...

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