Question about Car Audio & Video
I just bought a used kenwood reciever and technics speakers and they are crackling. So I hooked up two different speakers and they also crackle. Could this be the input or reciever is bad? Or what else could it be?
This could be caused by one of your speaher wires being shorted out to ground, OR one of the speaker terminals in the doors or rear coming into contact with metal. If you remove the unit and test it with the speakers hooked directly to the back of the unit and they do not crackle, then the unit is fine. If they still crackle - then you either have two diferent sets of bad speakers, Or more than likely the outputs of the kenwood have been damaged by an improper installation in the past.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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