Bad speakers in 2018 Sport S speaker bar

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I just picked up a 2018 Sport S, and the speakers have static sounds whenever there is any bass. Does anyone know a good set of replacements for them?





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I just picked up a 2018 Sport S, and the speakers have static sounds whenever there is any bass. Does anyone know a good set of replacements for them?
I would check to make sure the dealer didn't set the EQ to high bass. I would always recommend just setting your EQ to 0. Even still, if you want upgraded speakers I have no input there.
 
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I would check to make sure the dealer didn't set the EQ to high bass. I would always recommend just setting your EQ to 0. Even still, if you want upgraded speakers I have no input there.
yep - I checked that first. I heard there is both a speaker and subwoofer in the overhead rollbar, so i am not sure of I have one or multiple issues.
 

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I just picked up a 2018 Sport S, and the speakers have static sounds whenever there is any bass. Does anyone know a good set of replacements for them?
I had a similar sound issue, but it turned out to be just the plastic cover on the sounbad vibrating. Slightly tightning the sounbar screws fixed it.
 

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There are decent replacement speakers out there, but you have to make sure that the ohm’s match the factory speakers. If they don’t, you have to use resistors.
 

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