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 Post subject: Ticking/poping sound
PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2008 6:14 am 
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Hello there people, i have this problem with ticking/buzzing/poping sound coming from the speaker while i was turning around corner. Only when i turn to the left will it start to tick/buzz.

This is my setup:
Pioneer headunit
American bass amplifier
2 6X9 kenwood's coaxial speaker connected in bridge mode to the amp

I already check the ground wire and the power cable, everything seem to be tight. When i play the stereo while the car is idle there is no ticking or buzzing just when i'm driving or going fast.

I already move the ground cable twice but still there is a ticking sound. I haven't check behind the headunit connection maybe the problem is from there. Any help would be greatly appericiated :) Have a nice day


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2008 10:38 am 
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Check the speaker connections and make sure they are tight. If all the wiring checks out it may be in your headunit or amp. You should run your 6x9's in stereo for better sound too ;).

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