Question about Car Audio & Video
Hi there, what has happened is the internal amplifier in your stereo has become faulty. Usually when you hear a "pop" sound this is the amplifier circuitry causing uncontrolled voltages to be sent to the outputs of the stereo, what you can hear through your speaker. As to repairing it, it would need to be sent for specialist repair or back to the vehicle manufacturer if it is an OEM unit.
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Posted on Nov 03, 2010
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