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hi i just got 10' alpine subs installed on my accord. It was a pretty neat process and now the audio sounds much better, but the rear deck or some sort of rattling is happening in the back, do you guys know anything i could do to stop this rattling since that make the audio quality really:notworthy:notworthy
 

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Dynamat works wonders!! easy to install too.
 

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Or get stuff cheaper at sounddeadenershowdown.com. Also known as CLD tiles.
 

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How'd you manage to fit a 10' sub in the car?
That was the first thing I thought when I read the title... sad to see you beat me to it...
 

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You guys beat me to it. That's one massive sub!
 

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Without pictures i cannot fathom a 10 foot subwoofer in an Accord. Maybe in a F350 flatbed.


joking of course, but you should post pics please.
 

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Is a 10' sub bigger or smaller than the one Marty McFly blew up at Docs house?

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Maybe he neglected to mention he got some sort of enclosure and we are assuming he mounted them on the rear deck?
 

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By no means is this the "best" way, but here is the laziest way to fix it temporarily. I just used 2 microfiber cloths in there to hold me over for now until I save up some money to buy sound deadner and speakers for the rear so I can replace it all at once.

 

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How'd you manage to fit a 10' sub in the car?
sorry its a enclosed box i will get the pics in tonight. Tbh i thought ANC would the problem but that didn't cause any problems. Just got some serious trunk rattling.:lmao:

Maybe he neglected to mention he got some sort of enclosure and we are assuming he mounted them on the rear deck?
yes its a enclosure it works great.

By no means is this the "best" way, but here is the laziest way to fix it temporarily. I just used 2 microfiber cloths in there to hold me over for now until I save up some money to buy sound deadner and speakers for the rear so I can replace it all at once.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRnMRfLCr1o
who thinks this will work on the 9th gen accord?
 

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heck yes i'm going to try this. thanks for posting the vid. Even with my music OFF, driving on paved roads i have a rattle. Hope this works.
 
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