There are a number of ways to stop trunk rattle from subs. The most common and effective method is to use sound deadening material. This can be applied to the inside of the trunk lid, on the floor of the trunk, or on the back side of the rear seats.
Another way to stop trunk rattle is to add mass to the area. This can be done by adding weight to the trunk itself or by attaching something heavy to the inside of the trunk lid.
- Examine the area around the trunk where the subs are mounted to identify any areas that may be causing the rattling noise
- Try tightening any loose bolts or screws that may be present in the area
- If there are no loose bolts or screws, try adding some padding material between the subs and the trunk to help reduce vibration and noise
- If none of the above steps work, you may need to replace your subs with a different brand or model that produces less bass vibrations and is less likely to cause rattle in your car’s trunk
How to Stop Vibration from Subwoofer in Car
If you’re driving and listening to music, there’s nothing worse than a rattling subwoofer. Not only is it annoying, but it can also be really distracting (and even dangerous). Here are a few tips on how to stop vibration from your subwoofer in your car:
1. Make sure that the subwoofer is properly mounted. If it’s not secured tightly enough, it will vibrate and cause that annoying rattling sound. 2. Check the box that the subwoofer came in.
Sometimes, manufacturers include special foam or other materials that can help reduce vibrations. 3. Use Dynamat or another similar product to line the inside of your trunk. This will help absorb some of the vibrations caused by the subwoofer.
4. Make sure that your subwoofer isn’t turned up too loud. The louder it is, the more likely it is to vibrate and cause that rattling sound.
How Do You Fix Rattling in Your Car When You Put Subs In?
If your car is rattling when you put subs in, there are a few things you can do to try and fix the problem. First, make sure that the subwoofers are properly installed and secured. If they’re not, then that could be the cause of the rattling.
Also, check to see if there is anything else in the trunk that could be causing the rattling. If there is, try removing it and see if that solves the problem. Finally, if all else fails, you may need to replace your subwoofers with new ones.
How Do You Sound Deaden Trunk Lid?
There are a few ways that you can sound deaden your trunk lid. One way is to use acoustic insulation. This will help to block out some of the noise from outside of the car.
Another way is to use a sound deadening mat. This will help to absorb some of the noise from inside the car. Finally, you can use a combination of both methods to get the best results possible.
Why Do My Subs Make a Rattling Noise?
If your car is making a rattling noise when you turn on the stereo, it’s likely that your subwoofers are loose. Loose subs can rattle against the inside of your trunk or hatchback, and if they’re not mounted securely, they can also vibrate against the floor of your car.
There are a few ways to fix this problem.
First, make sure that your subs are properly mounted in their enclosure. If they’re not, then simply tighten the screws or bolts that hold them in place. You may also want to add some padding between the sub and the enclosure to help reduce vibrations.
Another possibility is that your subwoofers are wired incorrectly. If the positive and negative wires are swapped, then your subs will be out of phase with each other and will cancel out some of the bass frequencies. This can cause a rattling sound as well.
Simply reverse the wires and see if that fixes the problem. Finally, it’s possible that there’s something wrong with your amplifier or receiver. If you have an aftermarket stereo system, then take it to a professional to have it checked out.
Otherwise, take it back to the dealership where you bought it and ask them to check it for you.
Do Subs Sound Better in the Trunk?
This is a difficult question to answer definitively because there are so many variables at play. The size and type of subwoofer, the size and shape of the trunk, the car’s audio system, etc. all play a role in how well a subwoofer will perform. That said, generally speaking, subs sound better when they’re in the trunk.
This is because the trunk provides more space for the sound waves to travel and bounce around before reaching the listener. This results in a fuller, richer sound. Of course, there are exceptions to this rule and ultimately it comes down to personal preference.
So if you’re looking to improve your car’s audio system, experiment with different locations for your subwoofer until you find what sounds best to you.
WRX & STI Rattle-Proofing : Trunk Lid
If you’re looking to stop trunk rattle from your subs, there are a few things you can do. First, make sure that your subwoofers are properly mounted. Second, use sound dampening material to help reduce vibrations.
Third, use isolation pads or decoupling devices to further reduce vibrations. fourth, make sure that your subwoofer box is sealed tightly. By following these tips, you can help reduce or eliminate trunk rattle from your subs.