Question about Pioneer DEH-P390MP CD Player
I went to circuit city to have my system installed in my Chevrolet Silverado about a month ago. I had them install a pioneer 390 indash, 2 10" mmats subwoofers, and a panasonic 1200 amp. After about a week of listening to music, i began to hear a weird noise coming from the subs when the volume was at 0. I took it back to circuit city to ask what was wrong, and when they replaced the head unit with a pioneer 590, the problem depleted. The subwoofers were constantly on and always making a small noise. They told me at circuit city that the headunit was "grounding out". Im not sure if that is the solution, but i am open to all answers, please reply to what you think the problem is. Reminder, everything was new a month ago. Thanks
My pioneer cd player was doing the same thing. i took in to a audio store in town and the dude fixed it in like 3 min. i'll ask him wat he did and come back
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
It is not the deck that is a load of crap.... I install radios all the time and never had that problem.. You had some idiot work on your audio and he did something wrong. Now my first question is if you have an amp that was later added or put in at the same time. Allot of the time they wire the rca's and the speaker wires in utilizing the harness adapter. Duh,,,, right... Second, they made their own ground which consisted of them tapping into metal under the dash... now think about this that winding noise is probrably from the stereo being grounded to the same place as everything else in your car when they should have used a factory ground.. My suggestion is you paid for it... Make those **** fix what they did until they get it right if they keep fucking up start demanding free shit.... your time is being wasted on their fuck up take what ever you can from those assholes...
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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