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    Icon32 Replaced head unit - Sub constant flexing tone

    Just switched my head unit for a different one. It had a sirius head unit with no cd player so I switched it out for one that did.

    I matched all the wires up and even re checked this this morning. I'm at a loss here.

    The Problem:
    - When turning on the head unit regardless of "radio" / "usb" / "cd" / "ipod" etc, you hear the sub kick on and its just sitting there pulsating and I want to say there is a tone on it but its so low I can't hardly hear it but you can tell its there and annoying.
    *This is with the head unit "sub volume" turned to 0 and "bass" turned to 0. Regardless of what I do it still does it. It still pounds and plays bass just fine but the tone / constant sub movement is driving me crazy.

    I changed nothing other than the head unit, so not sure what went wrong.







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    Re: Replaced head unit - Sub constant flexing tone

    My does the same thing too... does yours get louder if you turn up the low pass?




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    Re: Replaced head unit - Sub constant flexing tone

    Quote Originally Posted by Bettr n' Revrse View Post
    My does the same thing too... does yours get louder if you turn up the low pass?
    Yes I just messed with it trying to get this resolved.

    I've got everything out and strung across the garage rewired. Still causing the same issue. Not sure why a head unit change would do this...




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