Question about Car Audio & Video
I hooked the head and amp up no problem. It sounds great except there is
a beating noise coming through the speakers even after i turn the key off. it wont stop until i turn the amp off?? I turn the radio up and it drowns out the beating noise? this is on an old motorcycle. What is causing this?
Hi the problem you are having is inteferance from the servo on the bike this is causing a voltage spike and this is giving you the clicking noise you hear you can try buying an inline filter this should filter out the noise for you give it a try but you should find this solves you problem let me know if you need further assistance
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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