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Old 09-25-2012, 04:21 AM
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Polyester Fiber fill Sound Bar Speakers.

Polyester Fiber fill Sound Bar Speakers.
This will improve your sound by 50%. It did mine.

01 You will need a T15 attached to a ratchet.


02 One Polyester fiber pillow it should be 50% Polyester and %50 Cotton, Cut open and pull out the guts.


03 Remove the 3 T15 screws from the rear speaker.


04 After the screws come out hold the grill so it dose not fall. Than just let the speaker hang.




05 Stuff the sound bar till it is full. And do the other side also.


06 Put the grills over the speakers and line up the screws and reassemble.

Now enjoy better sound.


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Not doubting you but why does thus work? Is it due blocking the tube?

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Super awesome guide! Thanks a lot. BTW I have the 130 RES unit that comes with the JK 2012 SPORT S and im wondering if I can istall the AMP that comes with the Alpine systems in the Sahara and Rubicon w/o having to cut the factory wires?
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Not doubting you but why does thus work? Is it due blocking the tube?
Fiberfill is used to make the box 'look' bigger to the incoming pressure waves by slowing them down as they move through the space. It will also stop some of the vibration that the thin plastic box resonates to the outside. I would also recommend putting some DynaMat in the enclosure to eliminate more resonation. Oh and don't overstuff you need about 1-1.5 cubic feet of fill per 1 cubic foot of enclosed space. I don't know the volume of the bar tho...
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Awesome! Great job!
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