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I'm getting frequency noise

When the car is running i get frequency noise in the subwoofers. the noise is also in the front and rear rca outputs

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This happens whe you runn your rca wires to close to your power wire for your amp. you have to run the rca's down the one side of the car and the power down the other side. that will fix the problem

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