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    Alt Whine

    **** i got alternator whine again
    I switched out head unit and amps cuz i still got a little after grounding my RCAs on my pioneer

    I'm using a brand new kenwood x794. and a new crescendo 1000c4
    my car ***** and the RCAs are gonna cross the power wire at a few points in the back.
    also i noticed i get less noise when I don't run them down the middle

    i know this shits been asked a bajillion times. i dont get it. i thought only pioneers had pico fuse



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    Re: Alt Whine

    make sure headunit and amps are grounded good. if still issue run a ground off the headunit to where the amp grounds...




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    Re: Alt Whine

    make sure you ground to the head unit and not to the chassis from the rcas, and what spl said



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    Re: Alt Whine

    Quote Originally Posted by Spanky69XXX View Post
    What's wrong, didnt the thunderdome have enough opportunities for you to stroke your e-thug ego this morning? I cant remember the last time you had one single piece of valuable info for a car audio topic.

    Quote Originally Posted by SPLaudio View Post
    make sure headunit and amps are grounded good. if still issue run a ground off the headunit to where the amp grounds...
    My first thought was a ground loop issue as well.



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    Re: Alt Whine

    noise is induced in one way or another.. you simply have to completely isolate the RCAs.. Id suggest you get some higher quality RCA if you have no other options..
    Im still waiting for fiber-optic inuput/output...



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