I had the same problem with the white noise. but yes i hooked it up to the in cab power supply in my volvo big trk. power is fine . again you do have increased white noise. but hay i got a company trk. tks
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I would say yes it has a large heatsink. The variable might be the tuning. But if it's amp is not being pushed any harder than factory you will be fine. Nice radio I prefer them over the 4400turbo and the 3600hp it has the board like a 4300 not the 3300s like the fore mentioned.
The Connex 4600 Turbo is a very sensitive radio these radios don't work good at all with the stock microphone! The best microphones are the RK-56 and or the Astatic 636L which most people use and you shouldn't get any squeal. And make sure if that you are using an external speaker get it as far away from the radio as you can facing away from the radio so it wont feedback. As far as a Mod kit there are several ways to modify the radio which most are pretty hard and drawn out. but the most easy that used to be used is as simple as a diode placement in the right place which is old school but still works good. You must be very careful as if you are to slightly touch the wrong points the radio could be destroyed and no longer work so caution is to be taken if you don't know what you are doing please don't try it on an expensive radio!! If you want more info on the mod e-mail me
never the less a Modulation kit or modification wont help your Receive it will only help your Transmit signal!!
On most mobile communications equipment, it is best that: 1. the power leads are directly wired to the battery terminals; 2. the bracket and radio body are grounded to the chassis of the vehicle; 3. a braided grounding strip be used in addition to the negative power lead; and/or 4. a gutter or trunk lip mounted antenna be used rather than magnetic. Antennas are better made of metal rod (not fiberglass) such as those made by Daiwa, Maldol, Oscar, Hokushin and others. The mount itself should use high quality RG58 coaxial cable such as those by Belden and others.
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