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Re: Subwoofer for PD i30 Audio
« Reply #30 : September 13, 2017, 07:56:20 »
:blubber: front right speaker started to crackle & pop on way home tonight. Volume at 23 with podcast. Seriously Hyundai I had this PD SR for 7 weeks, and been working away for 3 of them.  :crazy1:
I will be number one on Hyundai Warranty claim hotline  :phone1: at this rate in 5 years that will be 60 speakers.  :Shocked:
Maybe already time to upgrade the shit speakers to something decent like CraigB installed
if they're still using the same standard speakers as was in mine then 23 on the volume isn't good for them, 21-22 would make them reverberate on anything that had stronger or faster bass.

I'm loving the new Morels, they're obviously not the best speaker on the market but there's little if no difference in the sound quality compared to the $2200 Focal splits setup in my mates ute and I don't need an amp to run them

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Re: Subwoofer for PD i30 Audio
« Reply #31 : September 13, 2017, 22:11:16 »
:blubber: front right speaker started to crackle & pop on way home tonight. Volume at 23 with podcast. Seriously Hyundai I had this PD SR for 7 weeks, and been working away for 3 of them.  :crazy1:
I will be number one on Hyundai Warranty claim hotline  :phone1: at this rate in 5 years that will be 60 speakers.  :Shocked:
Maybe already time to upgrade the shit speakers to something decent like CraigB installed
if they're still using the same standard speakers as was in mine then 23 on the volume isn't good for them, 21-22 would make them reverberate on anything that had stronger or faster bass.

I'm loving the new Morels, they're obviously not the best speaker on the market but there's little if no difference in the sound quality compared to the $2200 Focal splits setup in my mates ute and I don't need an amp to run them

I may need to come over for a listen to your sound system  :whistler: Are you north or south of the river, may need me passport :rofl:
I was also looking at putting similar Alpine built in amp subwoofer under front seat too,
I used to have do a lot of DIY car hifi building enclosures rear parcel shelves from MDF, crossovers, big amps, cd stackers, big chunky cables with even bigger gold fuse holders in my earlier UK years/ car audio connoisseur / teen hoon tearaway (delete applicable) probably doubled the weight of the car  :P
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Re: Subwoofer for PD i30 Audio
« Reply #32 : September 14, 2017, 00:10:52 »
I may need to come over for a listen to your sound system  :whistler: Are you north or south of the river, may need me passport :rofl:
I was also looking at putting similar Alpine built in amp subwoofer under front seat too
Hope you've got you Aussie passport  :) by all means pop around, I'm not far from Cannington.
If you want my address just send me a pm, I might even break out the good pod coffee for ya :D
I had a measure under the seat and think the bracket for the electrics might just hang a little to low for the sub without a bit of modification  :undecided: I'll have to see what you reckon  :)

 


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