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Found 2 results

  1. TJ Fields

    Fi Q issue

    I just installed my new Fi Q12 today, and it sounds fantastic for the most part. But there are a few frequencies that are causing a loud rattling/popping noise. It's in a sealed box, I'm 100% certain I'm not clipping it, or overpowering it. Lower frequencies don't cause the noise, just higher ones around 100 hz I'd guess. The noise only happens at mid to high volume. It sounds like the noise is coming from directly behind the dustcap. Is the problem a loose dustcap? Any input is appreciated.
  2. just wondering what you guys would have done differently to your in car audio system givin the chance to go back and do it all over again. i usualy learn on my own mistakes but id rather save me a lot of time and money on my system. all comments appreciated!