Question about Pioneer DEH-P2900MP CD Receiver /AM/FM/MP3/ CD Player
that is a big system
well common problem with feedback is the power wires connected to amps and the RCA wires run from the pioneer unit to the amps are too close to each other if the power wire from the battery to the amps are run down (left) side of car make sure RCA and remote wire are run down the (right) side of the car if this is done like this than it could be the RCA cables you are using the other thing is if you rev the engine does it get louder if this is the case then the noise you hear is the alternator of your car to get rid of the feedback look at your amp power wire and load it with electrical tape or buy a piece of dynamat and place it around the amp power wire this will stop that...........if what i just said doesn't happen when you rev engine than ground each amp to its on metal frame (do not ground them together) this should also stop the feedback. make sure all RCA cables are no where near the amp power cable from your cars battery
hope i was able to help
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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