Question about Soundstream Car Audio & Video
1-insufficient air circulation to the amplifier where installed
2-incorrect speaker connection (out of phase)
3-overvoltage of amplifier
4-insufficient power to the amp
5-ground cable not contacting properly
6-unbalanced OHM loads (different ohms speakers driven at the same time
1-change location of amplifier
2-connect all (+) and (-) of speakers to their corresponding connection on the amplifier
3-the input sensitivity (gain) of the amplifier is to high in relation with the headunits output voltage. match output of unit to input of amplifier
4-the cable is to thin to provide adequate current to the amplifier or the car battery is on its way out
5-secure ground cable and make sure there is always a clean secure ground to the chasis. ( checking power and ground cables should be done on a monthly basis due to the vibration factor in vehicles
6-use speakers with the same ohm load
Hope this helps. for further help let me know what equipment you r using and how they r connected.
Posted on Jan 05, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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