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Subwoofer i got a question. my subwoofers in my truck are making a crackling type sound. even if i turn my volume down all the waythey will still make it. whenever i move the ground wire to my amp it will enhance the sound.

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Ok u got a bad ground move the ground to some where else and scratch the paint a little bit to u get down to bear metal

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