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Old 05-30-2012, 01:48 PM   #1
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Doors rattle when bass hits

Hey guys, I noticed lately that when I'm playing my radio loud and the bass hits the door covers rattle pretty bad. I wanted to know if there is anything I can do to fix that and to see if it was a common thing. Thanks

Also sorry if this is in the wrong place I'm in my phone and noticed after I posted this there is a section for audio related stuff but I'm not sure how to delete this so I'm just gonna leave it here.
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Re: Doors rattle when bass hits

I see you only have 2 posts, and I'm too lazy at the moment to click over to the welcome if you did post there. Anyway, welcome to the site were glad you are here. The infamous door rattle with bass- the fix for that is to buy a product called boom mat it's not cheap, but it works. I personally don't use it, but I keep meaning to get some. Boom Mat Damping Material 050200 | Purchase DEI, CryO2, Ny-Trex, Boom Mat & SPA Turbo Products | Design Engineering, Inc. - Thermal Performance Products
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Thanks I'll try to order some soon cause the rattle bugs me really bad, and yeah I did post in the welcome area.
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A small pillow or the foam from a pillow will work if you have that laying around
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Speaker going bad or there might be something loose on the door
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You could just turn the bass down? Lol
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You could just turn the bass down? Lol
Or turn it up louder so you can't hear the rattle.
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Or turn it up louder so you can't hear the rattle.
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Or do the same thing but turn the fade towards the rear
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It's in both doors, tried turning it down past halfway and it still rattled so I pretty much just turn it up so I don't hear it, lol.
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Also look at the product called hush mat works very well hope this helps
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I had the same problem. I thought it was my speaker so I took my door panel off and turned the music up and the rattle was gone. So I just tightened all the screws that held the speaker to the door and put the panel back on and all the unwanted noise was gone. Maybe your speaker is rattling against the door.
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Find a song with a lot of bass and let it rattle then press on different parts until u find a spot that stops it. you can fold up a piece of duct tape and wedge it in to avoid the plastic rattling. I have this problem woth my doorhandle cover. Thats the easiest way
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