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Old 03-25-2012, 09:25 PM   #1
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I've had the Kee Audio kit (CDT) in my car for a couple months, but one of the CL-6M woofers is making a horrible vibrating noise. Doesn't sound like it's blown, but like something is loose internally. Does anyone have a better recommendation or should I just get a replacement one from CDT?

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Old 03-25-2012, 09:36 PM   #2
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Hey,

I've had the Kee Audio kit (CDT) in my car for a couple months, but one of the CL-6M woofers is making a horrible vibrating noise. Doesn't sound like it's blown, but like something is loose internally. Does anyone have a better recommendation or should I just get a replacement one from CDT?

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Why not check and see if they will replace it under warranty? Go to cdtaudio.com/cdtaudiowarranty and fill out the claim.

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I'll shoot them an email and see what they say. Thanks for the heads up.
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Do you have the speaker sealed in it's sail panel housing?
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Yes, it's definitely not rattling against the housing. I even pulled it completely out of the sail panel (holding it in my hand) and the rattle was still there.
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Voice coil probably came unglued, separated from the cone... it happens. Should be warrantied.
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I just hate the idea of dealing with a warranty, not sure I have the receipt and the thought of paying to ship a speaker back, waiting several weeks, and then receiving a new one isn't all that appealing. Honestly I've not been impressed with the CDT stuff so I am interested if a better alternative exists.
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Old 03-30-2012, 09:27 PM   #8
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Can anyone recommend any speakers?
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Not sure what kind of mounting depth is in the sail panels, not home to measure it right now. I was looking at getting in on this pre order http://www.soundsolutionsaudio.com/f...-65-pre-order/
depending on what your budget is
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I have a camaro and bought a set of 2 ohm kicker 6.5 inch subs for the sail panels. Sonic electronix has then on sale for 65 each.
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