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vibration when playing music

kartsundar

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I recently installed a pioneer head unit, clarion amp and 6x9 infinity speakers through autobarn. When i play music, i get this irritation vibration noise. My question is, is that because of poor installation or some other reason. Its really irritating and cannot play music at all. If i take it to Autobarn, will they fix it up for me? I took this to my usual mechanic and he said the reason is poor installation. Need advice on this
 

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sounds like the reason is poor installation..

Autobarn should fix it if they installed it and its a **** job.. Could be the speakers vibrating in their enclosures or something
 

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I recently installed a pioneer head unit, clarion amp and 6x9 infinity speakers through autobarn. When i play music, i get this irritation vibration noise. My question is, is that because of poor installation or some other reason. Its really irritating and cannot play music at all. If i take it to Autobarn, will they fix it up for me? I took this to my usual mechanic and he said the reason is poor installation. Need advice on this
Where is this vibration coming from? If its coming from some random part of your car than thats the price of loud music. If the amp or speakers are vibrating than maybe tighten the screws.
 

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The vibration comes from the rear window...seems like a poor installation...
 

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I doubt it. Here try something for me. Jump in the car and crank the music until you hear the noise. Then I want you to place your fingers between the parcel shelf carpet and the rear windscreen, this will probably fix your problem.

It is very very common your the carpet to hit the windscreen when vibrating from music. I have a few link pin bushes jammed between mine, and I know another member here has a monkey toy in his.
 
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