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    Subs make popping noises

    When I run rca cables from my zx1000.1 kicker amp to my jbl 75x4 amp my subs make a popping noise when I change the song. What could me wrong with this.







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    Re: Subs make popping noises

    hey help




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    Re: Subs make popping noises

    You've got a grounding issue. I would refer you to my thread, but the mods baleeted it for no good reason. Check the groun on your head unit. Having a good ground for it will likely fix your problem.




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    Re: Subs make popping noises

    I am running my rca cables from my aux output from my kicker amp to my aux input to my jbl amp.




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