Question about Car Audio & Video
My subs are moving and pulsing with the volume all the way down? I dont know how to fix it. I tried using new rc cables, didnt fix it, so I bought a new deck still having same problem. I moved the ground to diferent spots, still problem. I got new subs still having this problem. I have the power running down one side of the car and rc's on the other, Im still getting pounding base when theres no volume. PLEASE help me!!!
I am currently having this problem. Im no professional but i have done installs on my own personal cars and my friends cars (saab 95, Mitsubishi 3000gt, 1996 mustang, 1999 mustang, ect..) I have replaced every but my amp, so today i tried using a friend of mine amp and that solved the problem. I have a TON of research on this and everything i've read says its more than likely a bad relay on the amp and unless you have FLAWLESS soldering skills not to mess with it. idk if this helps much but it was the solution to my problem!
Posted on Jun 02, 2011
Try running a ground to the shield of the rca cables.
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