Question about Boss AUDIO SYSTEMS BV9455 Car DVD Player
Check where your power and ground is coming from. for best results i would stay away from factory power and ground, i would run the power (+12v NOT the switched 12v) straight to the battery and ground the unit to a known good solid ground. what your hearing might be interference from lack of solid connections. if your running amplifiers make sure the power and ground are properly connected and grounded as well. you can also try ground loop isolators on the amplifiers white and red wires.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
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