Question about Jensen Car Audio & Video
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Distortion comes from the audio signal being clipped by one of your elements in the system.
What I would do first is measure the output of the radio with an oscilloscope to see if the signal is good. If it is then I would determine if the source of the distortion is the amplifiers or the speakers.
If it is the radio have that fixed or changed, If it it not, it might be a case of the radio overdriving the Amps causing them to clip the signal peaks. check for the max signal input of the amps and make sure the system is adjusted for that.
Let me know how this turns out.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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