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BJPUSMC 08-17-2012 10:05 PM

Anyone have this problem: High pitched echo from headliner speakers?
 
I have the "premium Alpine" system but I changed out the dash and front door speakers for the Mopar Kicker and added the Mopar Kicker 10" Sub (still have OE amp for speakers). It seems recently that my headliner speakers have started producing a high pitched echo that has become very annoying. I thought that maybe I had just blown the speakers so ordered new ones but still have the same issues. I tried plugging in the larger dash speakers just to see if that changed it but still same problem. Im not really sure what to do now and I don't want to spend the money trying to add new speakers if that doesn't work. It seems most prevelant when I'm listening to Sat radio. Anyone else experience this?

Soundguytroy 08-19-2012 03:56 PM

It's hard too tell from the description (I know it's like describing that noise to your mechanic LOL) but it sounds like maybe a Room Enhancement Mode might be engaged in a DSP setting and they never work properly. Or Maybe there is to much delay on the tweeters.

Fiddle with the Sound Enhancement Modes, If it's a delay thing you might need to find an advanced menu or time alignment or delay menu.

If this is no help at all get back to me with a Model # of the head unit so I can look it up online.


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