tacomabanga1986

A Little Tutitorial On How To Get Rid Of Ground Noise Fast

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I have to say that i havent had any problems with pioneer but a couple people i know have to try this because of how bad of noise comes out of the subs thanks for the info man

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it worked! lol thanks man , so i grounded the rca cable like you said and had on the picture, and when i connected it all the whining ground noise was gone. thanks again.

np man glad i could help :D

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I have to say that i havent had any problems with pioneer but a couple people i know have to try this because of how bad of noise comes out of the subs thanks for the info man

np man ive been playin around with home/pa/car audio video sence i was 7 or 8 and just learn something new everyday, and x10 on the 250 for a 6900 i was gunna get the 9800 for $375 but if i gotta do this its gunna be out of the question but ive always had eather pioneer or kenwood, does kenwood have a nice new line for 08 and pioneer also i want soemthin cheap priced that has multi color display and can run an ipod without interface like has usb input on back, i think the 9800 does or it was kenwood i dotn kno <_< , but glad i could have helped yall, and its alot cheaper n faster to do it this way than waist $15 or so on noise filters that basicly dont do nothing for u, lol B)

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doesn't work for my HU

just another thing to check imo, sorry it wouldn't work for yours

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i discovered this trick right around 1990.....it does work, but not always. It is one thing on a list of things to try when you start getttin desperate though.

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yeah i have some noise...I think its because of the temporary crappy lanzar amp.

Also another trick is to get use a 18 gauge length of wire and grounding one end to the HU chassis and the other to the amp that is causing the noise...works most of the time

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do you have to do this to all of the rcas. could you show a diagram with lets say 3 sets of rcas and a 6 channel amp...

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Again that can only be one of the problems, but nice little write up for people to try! Looks like it already solved one problem B)

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