Why does my car speakers work properly only if I set my balance on one side?

Hello.

Anybody knows why the bass is more deep when I set the balance to one side? When both rear speakers are working, that means balance at 0 the song is without bass, and when I set all the balance to the left or to the right the bass is more deeper?

These days I tried to swap my front speakers, I managed to

Hello.

Anybody knows why the bass is more deep when I set the balance to one side? When both rear speakers are working, that means balance at 0 the song is without bass, and when I set all the balance to the left or to the right the bass is more deeper?

These days I tried to swap my front speakers, I managed to replace the speaker in the passenger door with my stock speaker, and in the drivers door I couldn't, and I left the speaker wires + and – touching themselves (I cut out their plastic adaptor), and of course I played some songs with that "setup"; going on louder volume it made an ugly distortion. That moment I realized something is wrong.

I tried with stock player, same result. I reconnected the stock speakers as they were initially, same result. Any ideas?

They behave like they don't have enough power for both sides. I also tried settings my fader to the back speakers, same result.

Player: Kenwood KDC-130Y
Speakers: Mac Audio Performance X 16.2
Car: Chevrolet Aveo 2010

Best Answer:

Tudor Balas: The speakers are "out-of'-phase". You need to reverse the wiring on just ONE of the speakers.

Other answer:

Tudor Balas:
Car Speakers Set
don r:
Since you shorted out the speaker wires, the stereo will not play properly. Put the wires back on the speaker the way they belong before you burn out the stereo. A channel should not ever be crossed.
Steven S:
More deeper?

The english language police.

Biff:
must be wires messed up