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Oh everyone, hope you all are doing good. Anyway, I recently installed new 6x8 Pioneer speakers in the rear of the car where the factory's use to be, and now when the bass hits, there is a rattle/vibration noise coming from the rear mounting frame, or whatever you want to call it. My question is, would putting dynamat there stop the rattle/vibration noise from the bass, or would it not. You'll have to forgive me here, but I'm new to the car audio world. Would appreciate you all's help.


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Crank the bass, crawl in the trunk and find the rattle. You should be able to figure out how to stop it.
 

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I've got the same problem. My car sounded awsome for about 3 months, and then the rear deck started rattling. Its not that annoying for me because I'm used to it, but for other people its kind of annoying.
 

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Sounds like crap if you are on the outside. Makes you look the fool......
 

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well, actually no. Its not my trunk that rattles, just my rear deck. Outside the car sounds awsome. The inside is the only place I can hear the rattle.
 

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Yo Schimmel, what be up dude? I messaged ya the other day, wondering where you've been. Anyway, that rattle of mine, not only can I hear it from inside the car, I can hear it from outside the car. It really sux. But, would it be easier just to get some dynamat and apply it rather trying to find the rattle?
 

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i had a rattle from the deck too... it was this piece of metal... a self tapping screw solved the problem.
 

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