Question about iLO XM-MP3-CD Car Stereo
If you get a buzz or whine noise that changes on acceleration of the engine,,, for some reason your amp is picking up alternator "noise" the most common cause of this is a corroded/dirty/non bare metal/poor ground connection to the cars chassis form your amp.. recheck your connections and make sure! Another trick is to run the rca cables on the opposite side of the car as the power wire. Also if your rcas have a small wire in the center DO NOT USE IT FOR A REMOTE WIRE!!! it is meant to be grounded on both ends to eliminate noise. Also p.a.c.(pacific accessory corporation) makes a noise filter you can put inline betwen your rca cables and the amp. I have had some sccess with that..
Posted on Aug 22, 2007
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