Question about Car Audio & Video
A high pitched, consistent wining through your speakers is usually caused because you have ran your input wires from your deck to your amp along side your amps power wire. Can also happen if your speaker wires are ran with power wires as well. If moving the wires away from one another does not work. Try installing a noise filter.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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