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Speakers pop when I turn the car off..

The soft start on a amp keeps the speakers from popping when you turn it on, I thought that it would do the same when you turn it off..It sounds like some kind of surge..It is only this amp that is doing it.. The Eclipse amp running the highs is not acting up..This amp is brand new and the head unit is also..

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  • Smokedkobra Jan 22, 2009

    same my 900w system wired directly to battery just to maek sure it wasnt my ground when i turn off the head up unit it pops all speakers ??? help

    300w fusion , 600w fusion amps

    12" sub , 2 6x9, 10cm surround

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Most amps come with a soft start up that illiminates this problem... Im guessing that your amp does not have this feature and thats why you hear it. Read the manual and see if it states anythign about this.

Posted on Mar 25, 2007

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