04-27-2009, 02:37 PM
So this problem started a few months ago. It would happen for a maybe a few minutes, then go back to normal. I originally thought it was a problem with my amp because when I first installed my amp, the RCA inputs were loose. The RCAs actually pulled the input terminal out of the amp, on 2 channels. I haven't had the time to figure out what to do about that; either send it in to US Amps or solder them myself. However, I don't think that is the problem because they are in there pretty good and the problem has gotten worse over the last couple weeks. Now it seems my Time Correction just turns itself off intermittently while driving. It's pretty obvious as my imaging is centered and then it fades away to where I can hear my left tweeter a lot more than the right one, but when I sit in the right seat it's the same, just vice versa. That's why I believe it has to be the Time Correction. Does Alpine still repair these units? Anyone have any thoughts/similar problems?