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In dash pioneer 6800

There is an irritating ground sound that i just cant get rid of what is the problem. i spent weeks looking for a bad connection but there is none.

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I've been getting the same problem and it's not due to a ground wire or anything... There is something internally wrong with mine and I'm going to speak with Pioneer about it. I installed the radio in 2 different cars and it does the same thing.. just a loud engine noise.

It has done this since the day I bought it.

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Hello;
Ok . Is the sound came from the speaker? if yes then, you should put or connect ground wire from your stuff to the ground. so that all the noise will be eliminated.

may this help, fixya melnavz

Posted on Feb 26, 2008

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