Question about Car Audio & Video
First of all, please explain how everything is connected to the amplifier. I don't understand whether you have these subs in mono or in stereo.
Posted on Nov 21, 2014
Make sure you run your power and ground wires opposite of the rca/speaker wires. you tend to pick up alternator noise when all wires are bunched up together. Also, make sure you have a good chasis ground to the amp, and the stereo has also a good ground. good luck
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