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Old 07-09-2004, 12:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i just got a jlw3v2 10" in my ride, but i can't even turn my amp up at all. My car is a 92 with a 6 disc cd-changer in the trunk . My sub skips any cd with any decent knock. are the changers easy to move or should i try to dynomat around it??? any sugg. will be nice thanx guyz.
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Old 07-09-2004, 12:06 PM   #2 (permalink)
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belongs in audio..

what kinda changer? stock changer?

if stock its old and most likely won't be able to take that kind of enviroment.

dynomat may help some.
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If its stock, it may be time to upgrade your changer to something newer. Get a in dash HU, that will solve the problem. Try positioning your sub as far away from the changer as you can. Dynamat may work, but you would have to stick it directly onto your Changer. However being that it is a small independant piece of equipment, the whole unit itself may still shake in the brackets. Its not like a trunk lid or equivalent that has a lot of size and can be muffled with a sound dampening agent.
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i agree. rpelace the factory HU with an indash CD. if you like, I have an auction going right now for a Sony EXCD-21 HU on ebay. Its at 0.99 right now. Came out of my step brothers jeep when I installed his Pioneer a few weeks ago. It will look pretty factory and give you more control over the factory HU, plus its indash.
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thnx for the idea, but i do enjoy the look of the stock deck, oh and sorry about the *off topic*.
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If you like the look of oem, but don't want the sound of it, buy this {HERE}

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But seriously, they make awesome head units. I have been very happy with everything purchased from Nak, and my standards for audio are considerably higher than the average Joe.
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