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Speakers Cut Out When Bass Hits

Old 01-27-2016, 08:09 PM
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Hi. I recently installed a new Kenwood head unit to my Lincoln. Everything sounded good but i noticed when i turn my volume up around 27ish (my old car i used to never really go past 23ish but the speakers were better, I'm guessing the ones i have now are stock)when there is some bass , my speakers cut out and back in every good bass hit. i also just installed my subs and amp(well my friend did). theyre two 12 pioneers and a 1200 watt sony xplode. my speakers aren't wired to the amp though just the HU and subs. Even when I turn down the bass all the way on the HU and set the sub bass low (like 3ish 5ish) at like volume 28ish (conveniently right where i can actually hear vocals/treble and what not the best) the speakers cut out at deep bass hits. the subs keep working so the bass keeps going but speakers cut in and out. I figured since it was happening before the subs and amp don't really matter in this situation (relieving because audio talk sometimes confuses me). is there anything i can do to fix this or do i just need to upgrade speakers? should i re wire the head unit just to make sure all the connections are good? Thanks can't wait to hear back !
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