#2
sounds like your speaker is fartin. how long have you had your amp?
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#5
that's kinda weird. to tell you the truth i couldn't really tell what you were talking about until you hit that long note at the end, but anyways, if it sounds worse in person it could be your speaker goin bad for some weird reason. take it in to a shop to see watsup.

either that, or the chassis or frame of your amp isn't put together properly. something could be loose causing it to rattle.
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#6
Ive checked every single screw possible. All is good on that.

The speakers look fine. But i dont know if you can tell just by looks.
#7
Quote by mp5hkm
Ive checked every single screw possible. All is good on that.

The speakers look fine. But i dont know if you can tell just by looks.



no, not really. the front of the speakers (the part that push in and out in response to bass) should be nice and firm. If you push on them and they push in super easily, then your speakers are not so good. they aren't bad, but they are not as good as they once were.

test: i'm assuming you have the combo. run your amp through someone else's cab, see if you get the same sound. if you don't then it's your chassis/frame or your speaker. in that case, i suggest taking it in to get looked at.
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#8
Alright, i found out whats causing it.

Its the flex wire, that connects the terminal strip.
Its touching the metal part of the speaker.
When it does that i can see small sparks.
That probably isnt good. Any way i can fix this?


Also, the speakers are good and firm.
#9
Pics? Without seeing I would say wrap the part that's touching metal with electrical tape.
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#10
I circled the wire that i was talking about.
This isnt the speaker i have. I just dont really feel like taking mine out.




That wire is hitting the metal part of the speaker.
#11
I'd go with electrical tape. Put it on the chassis of the speaker where the wire is touching so you don't mess up the wire.
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#12
Alright. Ill try that thanks.

Does anyone know if this is a common problem?
#13
not really. have you had this problem from day one? just sounds like crappy quality control to me.
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#14
Actually if that part is moving , I would put a dab or two of silicon sealant on it. You can get it at any hardware or automotive store. Usually cheaper at a hardware store.
Also put some on the edge of the speaker cage where it is touching.
#15
Actually if that part is moving , I would put a dab or two of silicon sealant on it. You can get it at any hardware or automotive store. Usually cheaper at a hardware store.
Also put some on the edge of the speaker cage where it is touching.