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Major interference in sound between subwoofers and amplifier in car. how do i reduce this

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  • Tony Barton May 11, 2010

    Hi when you say you have distortion can you describe what this sounds like - In many instances distortion can be caused by a poor ground connection from the amp. to the vehicle chassis. Make sure the area where the cable eyelet is clamped to is perfectly clean with no rust or paint present. Once I know what form of distortion you have I can advise you further.
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How are your power wires and RCA cables routed? Right next to each other? If you run RCA's next to power wires you will pick up "radio noise". Separate the cables. Power on one side of the car and all signal (RCA) cables on the other. Also make double sure you have a very good ground. That can cause noise as well. If you have the amp negative to a seatbelt bolt or a seat bolt make sure the connection is clean. Use some sand paper to remove all paint and other contaminants. Make sure it is clean bare metal. Also make sure the amp negative is as short as possible. Hit me back if this doesn't solve your prob.......

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