noise problem

lOl_olo
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I recently wired up my us acoustics amp to my front components, not to long after I noticed that i could hear a click every time i changed the volume on my deck, and at high levels the front right speaker distorts. I checked the wiring on this speaker and it looks good.

I know that the amp is working fine because i had it connected to my subs before I switched it over to the front speakers. I have gone back through all of my wiring and it all apears to be. Could someone please give me some ideas on what to try, and what could be causing the problem.

 

pavengmike6
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Look at you LPF/HPF and insure you have it switched to the right position. I am not really up to speed on that amp and its abilities, but also (if it does have the HPF LPF check to insure they are set correctly).

 
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