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Feedback/maxing out speakers.....

Basically when i turn my stereo on it seems as if everthing is fine. at medium volume it sounds really blurry . and when i turn up the volume on either the headunit or the gain on the amp it starts to feedback and it eventually builds up untill the subs are maxed out. if the volume is completely down and i slowly turn the gain up it does this as well at about half way. i've tried moving the ground and replaced the rca cables and the speaker wire going to the subs. any help is GREatly apreciated !

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  • robert stinman
    robert stinman May 05, 2007

    oh also. when i connect the ground it sparks a little bit. i dont know if that was normal or not. but. yeah...

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Its connected directly to the head unit

Posted on Aug 12, 2007

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Starting from amp,what is the rca connected directly to. headunit or adoption?

Posted on Aug 09, 2007

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