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Noise I have a Honda Accord 08 with ampli ALPMRPS450 and speakers APLSPR17C and speakers APLSPR13S. The sound is very noisy. The ampli ground is ok. Faster we drive the car, the noise is worst.

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Check this link for more info on how to eliminate that noise.
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