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Brendon

Member Since 15 Feb 2010
Offline Last Active Sep 06 2010 09:02 AM
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In Topic: Dvd/gps/dvb-T Player Ford Fiesta Mk7

06 September 2010 - 08:48 AM

@ thesilverfox, can you maybe upload some pics of your unit by anychance?

Yes the unit does come with usb but its on the top. Look between the 2 sd card slots there is a lil thingy that you connect the usb cable to.

In Topic: New Fiesta Titanium Td1.6 Speaker Vibrates

25 August 2010 - 09:54 PM

Still doesn't make sense why it would do it. Dynamat might help you with rattles but ill strip down the doors and play them and see what rattles and what doesn't and take it from there. Might even be a little bit of plastic or screw or something. Have a weekend with your car and try sort it out seeing that ford is being lazy :P

In Topic: New Fiesta Titanium Td1.6 Speaker Vibrates

25 August 2010 - 09:47 PM

Hi James

It might sound silly but the rubber on a new speaker is stiff especially on a sub but even splits cause it consist of a little woofer. So what you do is you play music with it but not on 20 and full bass since the day you got your car. Short term you wont notice a diff but in long term it pays of cause you loosen the rubber and everything inside the speaker so 6 months down the line like me they play like new and they actually seemed to improved a little but not much but just something ive learned from experience. But let be honest if i bought some nice Focal or JL Audio or even Hertz splits for $300 then id like them to last long and then you run them in. Its very tempting but you wont regret it. Hope it helps and you understand.

In Topic: New Fiesta Titanium Td1.6 Speaker Vibrates

25 August 2010 - 09:45 PM

Hi James

It might sound silly but the rubber on a new speaker is stiff especially on a sub but even splits cause it consist of a little woofer. So what you do is you play music with it but not on 20 and full bass since the day you got your car. Short term you wont notice a diff but in long term it pays of cause you loosen the rubber and everything inside the speaker so 6 months down the line like me they play like new and they actually seemed to improved a little but not much but just something ive learned from experience. But let be honest if i bought some nice Focal or JL Audio or even Hertz splits for $300 then id like them to last long and then you run them in. Its very tempting but you wont regret it. Hope it helps and you understand.

In Topic: New Fiesta Titanium Td1.6 Speaker Vibrates

25 August 2010 - 07:13 PM

Hi

Firstly doesnt matter which model you bought, all models have the same speaker, splits in front and mids in the back. Ive had my car now for 6 months and never had a problem with my speaker. I did run them in when i got it but never experienced any rattles or weird noises from my speakers. I also added a sub so the fronts play less bass now. Id take the car back to ford and tell them to fix it, maybe it just something inside the doors and not the speaker but good luck and keep us updated.