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Im having nosie coming out of my subs and the pioneer radio is 2,2 vots the mtx people told me that i need a 4 to 8 vots deck and i got the deck from a friend that touch the speaker wire on back of the cd player and i hook it up and used an highs amp and it worked ok do that got somthing to do with it.

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Noise from an amp setup (often a buzzing or hum) is often the result of something being grounded that shouldn't be, or that a ground or power connection is not as secure as it should be. Check for proper, clean and solid connections.

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Yes you can not run amps with your speakers being grounded un ground and then try

Posted on Dec 01, 2008

  • Bryan Howald Dec 01, 2008

    yes you can not run amps with your speakers being grounded un ground and then try

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