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Loud Bass Test Like Sound when selecting any source execpt stndby

It even does it with the Volume turned to 0. Insert a Disc and you can't hear any music, just that loud noise that sounds like a bass CD. Defective Brain Box?

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  • dansXR2 Jun 02, 2009

    Are you serious? I only had the ground to the wiring harness at the headunit, and just velcro pads to the brainbox... I'll try this tomorrow and see if it works then.

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I had the same problem make sure you ground the indash unit well and brain and i had to get a ground isolator loop from the car audio place cost 20 bucks and works great

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