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      Yours seems to be an OEM unit. Did you get a manual with it ?
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      Krr Krr noise!

      According to your query regarding how to control the rear volume,
      YES! The fader control will do the job.

      But for the Krr Krr noise, it is not that easy.
      It happens due to the speakers clipping at high volumes or many other reasons.
      The easiest way out of it is to upgrade your setup or add an amp!
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      ohh...i c.
      what if i do the so called 'damping'? :?:
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      Well the krr krr sound is produced by the speaker and not the panels which the speakers are connected to.

      So if you do the damping,then you can surely reduce the vibrating of the panels but not the krr krr sound of the speakers since it is related to the speakers.

      But damping will always be a welcome change to your in-car sound, from the current setup.

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      thnx

      Thanx jithu

      I have look into that seriously. Bcoz I love listening to music with all the details
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      I think the noisekill damping material cost around Rs130 for a sq ft. If you can find more VFM thing than noisekill that could be awesome.

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      if you want to listen to all the details, you need an overall upgrade. damping won't help much
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      thnx for the info...
      i have to find out a cost effective method...
      also economical
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      But Why?

      Silver Rocket, you're contradicting yourself in your post. Do you want to control volume level for each individual speaker or do you want to reduce the volume level for all the speakers? I presume it's the latter. You can turn the sub level in your HU to max. But as and when you increase the volume, your speakers will get louder alongwith the sub - there is nothing you can do about it, except for the gain settings in your amp. But all this aside, why in the world would you want to do that?

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      sorry for the confusion.. if it is there

      what I'm trying to achieve is, adjust the volumes to each speaker so that there will not be speaker vibrations and krrrrrr krrrrrrr sounds on loud volumes. Thought it will be possible with lowering the front speaker volumes since they are (?) handling the trebles.
      The answers here shows adjusting the levels in the HU will not completely resolve my problem, but have to upgrade the speakers also.
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