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I would turn your RCA cables to see if the noise changes while playin

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On Strictly Sound Quality on Facebook a lot of guys having same issue. What rca wires you run?

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If you have a Class-D amplifier next to the 3Sixty, then read this notice (it's geared toward motorcycle owners, but is applicable in any installation):

http://rftech.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1170

If you don't have a Class-D amplifier....

Troubleshoot by switching over to the AUX inputs on the 3Sixty.3. If the noise is still there, start moving up the chain through the RCAs to the source unit. If the noise is gone, the 3Sixty.3 inputs may be bad.

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