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Amp makes loud noise, why?

Amp makes different sounds on woofers, but when ground to negative on battery it stoped, but now still does it no matter wha is ground to

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    Does it do it with the car off also?

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Make shure you are using good quality shielded wires for carrying low level signals from your radio to your amplifier.

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Make sure its a good ground. Make sure your audio cables running from your radio are not running on the same side as your power cables running to your amp. Sometime that can cause alot of noise in the lines

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Check the output of the amplifier with the input connections disconnected. Does the sound go away??

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The ground connection on RCA connectors don't always make a good electrical connection. This is the outside ring. If the RCA connector goes in easily, the the outside ring should be compressed slightly to garantee a snug fit. Do all of the RCA connectors, at the amplifier end and at the radio end.

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The entire difference may be due to the vehicle.

He could check things like the B+ reaching the amps when driven hard. It should remain well above 12v. If it's dropping below 12v, that could be part of the problem.

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