Question about Audio & Video Receivers
Most likely you have the remote or power wire of the equilizer connected to the "power antenna" output of the deck, which is only powerted when you are listening to the radio. If this is the case, try switching it to the "remote" output, or any normal 12v line that switches off with the deck or ignition. If this doesn't help let me know where you have the equalizer getting its power from and I'll be able to offer more help.
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
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