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    I'm getting some vibration from dash/door panels. Do any of the audiophiles here know of any sound files/compact disks that are good for locating and eliminating annoying car noises? I guess I'd need sustained deep bass tones?
    97 Dodge Ram 13.8" touchscreen/DVD/GPS/TV/FM
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    Hey thanks a lot BG, much obliged!
    I clicked before I realized what you were up to, but I'm sure these will be just what I need.
    97 Dodge Ram 13.8" touchscreen/DVD/GPS/TV/FM
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    Talk about waking the neighbors... hehe
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    Originally posted by ODYSSEY:
    <STRONG>Talk about waking the neighbors... hehe </STRONG>
    that was the idea

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    why don't you just get yourself an old signal generator???
    I am sure that you could pick one up for free from somewhere, just have to be in the right place at the right time...

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    If you have a computer wired 2 your system, you could use one of those "DIY synth" proggies, such as ABox or Reaktor. Then just use the program to connect a sine oscillator up to the speaker, then tinker with the frequency and volume

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