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I've been playing with the settings and when i set the fader to r7 they sound weak..
I know the fronts sound loud possibly the tweeters..
I've only had the CT for since the end of August..
i want to go to the dealer and check on it, but curious what your back speaks sound like before i go out..
any help appreciated...
Thanks..
 

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I totally agree with you lol. My rear speakers are really weak too. I also bought mines at the end of August. I blast music all the time and the front speakers are so good that I never noticed how weak the rear speakers were lol. But maybe it just sounds that way cause we sit in the front lol.
 

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I put some duct tape over my front door speakers to help with balancing the sound and seems to work after I moved the tape a few times. Took the tape off but I think the tweeters need some sort of restrictor to them, they overwelm the other speakers. I also listen to the stereo with the fronts speakers faded at 6 too. I think the speakers are good but needs something.....
 

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Guys,

Make sure you subwoofer is working. I had really poor sound quailty. I took it to teh dealer. The discovered that my sub was accidently disconnected during factory final assembly. The dealer reconnected it and the system sounds much better.

Also, I noticed that using the speed volume control seems to improve sound.

-fred
 

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I've been playing with the settings and when i set the fader to r7 they sound weak..
I know the fronts sound loud possibly the tweeters..
I've only had the CT for since the end of August..
i want to go to the dealer and check on it, but curious what your back speaks sound like before i go out..
any help appreciated...
Thanks..
What you've found is normal for the CT, IMO, Kobayashi. The Demo I drove initially was like that and mine is the same. The rears a definitely not as powerful as the fronts and IMHO are only good enough for fill-in sound only. Not the best for peeps in the back seats.

Not nearly as good as the tuned Mark Levinson system in my Lex or the Bose system in the Infinitis I've, had but then those rides are much more expensive.

To equalize, one would have to seriously upgrade the rear door speakers.

C.
 

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no...the svc just limits the volume at low speeds...
the back speakers suck.....
i'm not sure if just replaceing them would work...
we'll see...

still haven't had to make a car payment on it yet..(due in 11 days)
so no toys for a lil bit...
 

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no...the svc just limits the volume at low speeds...
the back speakers suck.....
i'm not sure if just replaceing them would work...
we'll see...

still haven't had to make a car payment on it yet..(due in 11 days)
so no toys for a lil bit...
I don't know why, but when I use the SVC even at it's lowest level it improves the sound quality even when sitting still.

However, I agree with you. The back speakers are not as strong as teh front speakers.

-fred
 

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I don't know why, but when I use the SVC even at it's lowest level it improves the sound quality even when sitting still.

However, I agree with you. The back speakers are not as strong as teh front speakers.

-fred
Hmmmm, interesting. I've got to try that Fred. I never knew it could have an effect on the quality of sound. Definitely worth a try.....

C.
 
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