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    help help help

    ok, got some stuff for christmas and now i'm having problems after installation.

    i'm currently running two amps, one mono, one 2 ch. the mono is the main amp(master if thats what you call it) then the 2 channel is coming off the output of the mono amp.

    i'm running two sets of speaker (left and right) to the two channels. one speaker in the door and one in the back, then conecting the wires(saudered) with an additional wire running to the amp. everything is ran correctly but i'm getting a buzzing noise out of the right side speakers, when they are ran the exact same as the ones on the left, im puzzled

    i've made a rough layout of how i ran evertything

    http://usera.imagecave.com/bunkerki...eakerlayout.JPG

    if that helps any lol

    any help is appreciated







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    Re: help help help

    Why wouldn't you just run rca cable to the deck and to each of your amps the right way. You could have a bad ground on the output rca from the amp, or one of many other things. I only use the pass through rcas on amps as an absolute last resort.



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    Re: help help help

    i only have one rca output on my deck...




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    Re: help help help

    Try taking the sub amp out of the loop. Run your rcas to the 2 channel amp only and see if the noise is still there. If it isn't, there is something wrong on the pass through of the amp. If it is still there check and make sure all speakers are good and no wires are loose or grounding out anywhere.



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