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When I increase the volume....

....past level 14, the speakers 'pop' from high to low volume, and the panel lights on the head unit go dim and bright along with the sound. Nice light show, but not really what I needed :)

As far as I know, everything is connected properly. Is this a defective head unit?

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There is still something wrong with the connection. Check your circuit and Get it rewired.

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