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This is a discussion on Rattle from Subs within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I've got 2- 12" Alpine subs in my trunk powered by a 600 watt MTX amp and with the gain ...

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    Rattle from Subs

    I've got 2- 12" Alpine subs in my trunk powered by a 600 watt MTX amp and with the gain to the amp turned up only a little, there is a whole lot of rattle coming from the trunk of my car. From the inside you can't hear it for the most part unless I really turn the bass up. But from the outside, if you are standing behind the car all you hear is the trunk vibrating and shaking. I've lined the trunk lid with sound deadining material. What else can I do??? Sorry if this has been asked a million times, I'm a new member to here. Any ideas would be appreciated. Also is this a normal problem with Scoobies? Thanks

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    I had a nice rattling until I put the deadening stuff on the inside of both fenders, plus the portion of the trunklid that faces backwards. It was kind of a PITA to get the deadening material on that part of the trunklid underneath the bracing but it was well worth it.
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