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Eclipse headunit When I am playing CD in unit the front speakers turn off and then turn back on. The front speakers are connected to jl audio amp, but rear speakers are factory and are still powered by headunit. This problem does not happen when hearing FM Radio stations, only when cd is playing.

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There nay be a wiring issue with your amp. When you are running a CD more power and sound quality is envolved so the amp works harder. Check the amp make sure everything is where it should be.

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