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Car speakers pop when on/off new stereo preamp out to Bose amp

My 300zx came with a great Bose sound system. I hooked the preamp output from a new CD player stereo to the existing Bose amp and speakers. There is a loud speaker pop when the preamp out voltage goes to zero, ie. on/off, or change source, or just volume to zero. Is there a device to hook in-line between them or do I have to use the stereo powered output and wire around the Bose amplifier?

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    sounded great until i had new fuel pump installed??? don't know if someone there pushed a button or busted speakers?? just sounds really bad.

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Hi mate

this maybe caused by a positive and negitive wire touching somewere down the line!

just follow up your wires and check

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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