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    I just installed my new system today 2 polk mm2104 svc's and a polk 500.1 in a fiberglass box built a little over spec it is at .70 instead of .66 my problem is my subs sound like they have to much rattle to them what causes this i only have them turned up just a little bit due to the break in prosses but they just seem like they rattle a little to much. thanks
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    Question 1) Are they sealed? and question 2) Are they seperated into thier own indipendant chambers?

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    Punctuation isn't a bad thing.

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    the enclosure seems nicely constructed (doesn't mean it actually is, though)... if you stick your head back there and move it around, you should be able to tell exactly where the noise is coming from, and then you or us will have a better idea of how to fix it.
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    If youre hearing rattling, its construction issues and not the speakers.

    Neo's right. Just get back there and try to figure out where the rattling is coming from and then you can work out how to secure it.
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