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Road noise im geting some road noise form my door speakers. how do i eliminate that?

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Is it a whining noise that changes with the accelerator pedal? Do you have aftermarket amplifiers in the car? There are a number of different noises you could be hearing and a number of solutions for each. Also, if aftermarket amplifiers are connected to the front speakers and the Pioneer radio was powered up and RCA's connected to the back, you may have burned out a diode inside the radio and you'll get "engine noise"

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