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Avh p5700dvd ..Noisy distorted sound from RCA output

When i connect my rca to my amp it makes distorted sound.. When i hook my avh-p5700dvd to my amp rca's i get engine noise. Sounds as if it needs to be ground...but it is! help!?!???

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