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Has anyone else experienced the blown sounding tweeter in their f-type? I made a video detailing everything (but the forums wont allow me to upload a file that large), but in a nutshell I've been in multiple Jaguar F types that all make the tweeters in the upper section of the door sound like they are blown whenever bass is playing in a song that is being Bluetoothed through the car. Does anyone have a remedy along the lines of an aftermarket tweeter... or some type of matting.... or software update.... or maybe even a different method of connecting the audio? I've had the speakers replaced under manufacturers warranty already..... only for myself and the technician to be shocked that the audio still sounds blown when playing bass. In the video I play a brief snippet of a song where you can hear the blown rattling sound, however you'll only be able to hear it if you're wearing headphones or have a decent sound system you're playing this video from. Essentially, it seems like the f type software is sending a signal for the Tweeter to play bass frequencies in the song, which makes it sound blown/distorted.
 

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Has anyone else experienced the blown sounding tweeter in their f-type? I made a video detailing everything (but the forums wont allow me to upload a file that large), but in a nutshell I've been in multiple Jaguar F types that all make the tweeters in the upper section of the door sound like they are blown whenever bass is playing in a song that is being Bluetoothed through the car. Does anyone have a remedy along the lines of an aftermarket tweeter... or some type of matting.... or software update.... or maybe even a different method of connecting the audio? I've had the speakers replaced under manufacturers warranty already..... only for myself and the technician to be shocked that the audio still sounds blown when playing bass. In the video I play a brief snippet of a song where you can hear the blown rattling sound, however you'll only be able to hear it if you're wearing headphones or have a decent sound system you're playing this video from. Essentially, it seems like the f type software is sending a signal for the Tweeter to play bass frequencies in the song, which makes it sound blown/distorted.
I’ve had the same exact thing. They thought it was my door speakers so they replaced it and when I got it back the blown sound was still there. When I placed my hand over the tweeter the sound stopped and when I removed my hand it started again. I turned the bass down and the tweeter still gave the blown distorted sound.
 

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Has anyone else experienced the blown sounding tweeter in their f-type? I made a video detailing everything (but the forums wont allow me to upload a file that large), but in a nutshell I've been in multiple Jaguar F types that all make the tweeters in the upper section of the door sound like they are blown whenever bass is playing in a song that is being Bluetoothed through the car. Does anyone have a remedy along the lines of an aftermarket tweeter... or some type of matting.... or software update.... or maybe even a different method of connecting the audio? I've had the speakers replaced under manufacturers warranty already..... only for myself and the technician to be shocked that the audio still sounds blown when playing bass. In the video I play a brief snippet of a song where you can hear the blown rattling sound, however you'll only be able to hear it if you're wearing headphones or have a decent sound system you're playing this video from. Essentially, it seems like the f type software is sending a signal for the Tweeter to play bass frequencies in the song, which makes it sound blown/distorted.
I may have the same issue! I recently purchased the 2021 First-Edition Coupe and the audio makes almost crackling sounds in those exact speakers you mentioned above the door (near the side mirrors). The audio technician at my dealership and myself both think it could be an issue with the audio mixing with pumped-in engine sounds as the issue only occurs sporadically when accelerating/decelerating - not when the car is parked. The issue persists for both Bluetooth and aux-cord connections.

Let me know if that sounds similar to your experience or different.
 
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