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    Default my rear speakers sound blown but they are not!

    can someone please help me out??

    I have a 92 acura integra (4dr if that matters). I'm still using the stock tape deck with my ipod running through a Sony cassette adapter.

    All the speakers crackled and sounded blown so i put new Alpine 5 by 7's where the 6 by 9's were and faded it to only play out of the back speakers. I used the existing wiring in the car to hook them up. the wires are solidly connected to the speakers. I haven't really pushed them to go loud, they are small speakers after all. BUT they both crackle even at low volumes

    Some potential problems i have thought of are...

    -there is excess moisture in my trunk and when i was tinkering with the speakers again this morning there was some condensation on the magnets.
    -the existing wiring could be faulty.
    -my stock deck is a piece of cr*p... donno if that makes speakers crackle though.

    Any advice would be helpful. thanks

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    Default Re: my rear speakers sound blown but they are not!

    It may be a bad adapter or tape deck. Does the receiver and tapes sound good?
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    Default Re: my rear speakers sound blown but they are not!

    well the problem is totally just the cassette converter.

    i put it in my home stereo and it sounded horrible, then i plugged my ipod into the aux line on my home stereo and it sounded beautiful.

    do you think getting a new cassette converter would make it sound nice.. or should i go for the fm transmitter? i think those are my only options.

    thanks again

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    Default Re: my rear speakers sound blown but they are not!

    Sounds like a new cassette adapter is the cheapest fix.If it sounds bad in the car and house it's probably the problem.

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