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    Unbelievable static in my new speakers!

    I have never in my spent so much time searching for and answer. I recently got spr-60's with un believable static. After getting the whole system together, the speakers play unbearable static. I've created a new ground, re-tipped the wires, spent $160 for a dd-1 to test my head unit and gains they are all fine. The only other thing I can think of to do is check my speaker wire has any slits in it or resolder the wires because I'm running them on parallel wiring through a bridged channel. P400-4 amp btw

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    P.S. please help fast!







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    Re: Unbelievable static in my new speakers!

    disconnect one side at a time, try to isolate the problem. Run temp wiring from amp to xovers or speakers and see if that solves the problem...




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    Re: Unbelievable static in my new speakers!

    so the static is comming from all the speakers?




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    Re: Unbelievable static in my new speakers!

    Yes. Both speakers




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    Re: Unbelievable static in my new speakers!

    Try grounding RCA from amp! Worked with mine! Rap any wire around the RCA coming from amp then ground! Worth a try and not hard at all! Some say ground RCA from deck also but that's more of a hassle to to pull out the deck try amp first!




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    Re: Unbelievable static in my new speakers!

    Well I think I have came to a conclusion that I was sent bad speakers and I'm looking to have another pair sent to me




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    Re: Unbelievable static in my new speakers!

    Quote Originally Posted by Hustler00 View Post
    Well I think I have came to a conclusion that I was sent bad speakers and I'm looking to have another pair sent to me
    Your speakers arent bad, they arent making static on their own.




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    Re: Unbelievable static in my new speakers!

    what kind/brand of rcas are you using?As stated above, it could be the rcas.while the radio is playing, move/rotate wiggle the rcas, if you hear the static going in and out, it most likely going to be the rcas..what brand did you use?




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    Re: Unbelievable static in my new speakers!

    Quote Originally Posted by Hustler00 View Post
    I have never in my spent so much time searching for and answer. I recently got spr-60's with un believable static. After getting the whole system together, the speakers play unbearable static. I've created a new ground, re-tipped the wires, spent $160 for a dd-1 to test my head unit and gains they are all fine. The only other thing I can think of to do is check my speaker wire has any slits in it or resolder the wires because I'm running them on parallel wiring through a bridged channel. P400-4 amp btw

    ---------- Post added at 05:57 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:57 PM ----------

    P.S. please help fast!
    Do you have the switch ON on bridged mode?If so, turn it OFF,its only for mono mode..and you may have fried those speakers




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