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Bmw 530i 2005(removed radio+aftermarket sub/amp/speakers/equlaizer)engine noise

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You are getting feedback noise from the alternator, normally this is not an issue because you used the stock power wires for your new install. I am thinking you routed new wires to an unprotected power source on the car. One possible solution is to install an RF filter on the power line going to your components.

Posted on Oct 21, 2013

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SOURCE: low level noise causing sub flutter

Power wires and sound cables running close together can cause this problem. Separate them.

Posted on Dec 09, 2007

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SOURCE: speaker Problems

What are the outputs on the back of your stereo? & how are the front speakers wired up, to one of the amps or directly to the head unit?
If you have both amps just feeding the subs & the front speakers connected to the stereo then there should be a setting somewhere that allows you to do this. Have a look on the stereo, some have a switch on the back so that you use one or both internal amp for small speakers & the output for amps.

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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SOURCE: subwoofer/speakers are hooked up to my amp but making bad noise

it sounds like you have some wires crossed or a bad ground
Hope this helps

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

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SOURCE: My speakers do not work but my subs do.

Good day sir, hi, there reason why speakers don't work could either be the folowing:

  1. you speaker voice coil is burnt, to test, you need to get the door speakers out and locate the terminals, prepare a 1.5 double AA battery, use this to test you speaker. connect a wire from the negative of the battery to the negative of the speaker, and the positive battery to the positive terminal of the speaker with a series of gentle taps, you should hear clicking sound. if not replace the speaker.
a9b085b.gif Do it on the other door speaker.

2. check your speaker line from the amplifier to the door speaker.
3. check your power amplifier for loose and improper connection.
4. check your power amplifier itself. Thats it.

Its a little work, visit your local electronic repair shop if your speaker still won't work.

Posted on Oct 09, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a 2005 nissan

take a look in the back of the Bose..cause most have a separate exit for the amp of the sub ...with RCI plugs ..and will not affect the normal left right exit for the regular speakers...all you need it is an amplifier for the woofer cause those exits I dont think are amplified...and it will react to the volume from the Bose ...
http://carstereohelp.net/wireharness_Nissan1.htm
here you have some sound harness scheme ..just in case you do not have the extra exit for sub-woofer on the stereo...

Posted on Aug 29, 2010

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