ok today i finally was able to get an amp to push my subs. and i was also finally able to get an appropriate box for them too. so after a while of checking the subs in the sealed box and then resealing the subs around the outside edges and a few loose ends i slaped em in my truck and fired em up and to my dispare i started hearing a rubbing noise from the brand new never used sub. from what i could tell it sounds like the voice coil is rubbing against the side of the magnet or something its not that loud but when its beating and i put my ear next to it i can hear it rubbing when it travels back and forth now is there anyway to fix this cuz i know it cant be to good on the voice coil especially if i just let it keep rubbing or am i wrong will the rubbing just go away?
i got a lil while back and never got a warranty card and then found out the guy who sold em wasnt a dealer so void on the warranty from niche audio. hmm damn i dont wanna burn the voice coil up hmm i duno what should i do stop using them? or sell em off to someone?
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