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Re: Wind Noise...

I have the exact same problem on my GC Laredo 2010. Did you fix your problem? Was it the windshield weather strip which was missing? I think I do not have one either....this problem really bothers me.
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Re: Wind Noise...

i noticed this on my 09. Im thinking its the weather strip but idk. i try to ignore but its noticeable around 60+ mph. solution? turn the volume louder?
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Re: Wind Noise...

i found that my sun roof needed recalibrating it wasn't closing all the way try that
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Re: Wind Noise...

Wind noise sensed by microphones outdoors can significantly degrade acoustic signals. Wind noise is most often reduced by the use of a spherical foam windscreen. Spherical foam windscreens are commonly seen on top of a television reporter's microphone. These windscreens remove the annoying rumble that can be caused by wind. In the case of measurement microphones, where the goal may be to measure the acoustic signature of a vehicle, the purpose of the windscreen is to prevent wind noise from obscuring details of interest in the microphone signal. Foam windscreens are low cost and work very well over a broad frequency range, but they are not perfect. First of all, they do not work well at low frequencies below about 15 Hz. This frequency range contains important details related to a vehicle's acoustic signature even though people cannot hear it. Second, the physical size of the windscreen, on the order of 10 cm in diameter, may be undesirable in some applications. And finally, the foam windscreen may become less effective at higher wind speeds, on the order of 40 MPH, due to turbulence caused by the interaction between the windscreen and the wind.
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