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sickcelica696
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sickcelica696 Apr 18, 9:54pm - #445290 
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Why does my stereo poop out when i crank it

If i turn my stereo past like 17 out of 40, the speakers start popping really bad and hissing and shit, turn it to 16 and it stops, they're not even close to being cranked. It seems also to only be with CD's...radio doesnt do it, any suggestions like a bad ground or something?
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ssgsky
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ssgsky Apr 18, 9:58pm - #445291 

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if it is an aftermarket radio, just know the power handling capability of the stock speakers are 12 watts, most radios start at 40 min.

cds play louder than what a radio station would

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sickcelica696
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sickcelica696 Apr 18, 10:04pm - #445292 
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i've got upgraded speakers in there that can easily handle my head,i dont think thats it
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unstopable
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unstopable Apr 18, 10:25pm - #445293 
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um... bad connection??? Is a crossover hooked up to ur aftermarket speakers?? Dont really know what else.
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sickcelica696
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sickcelica696 Apr 18, 10:42pm - #445294 
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I got so annoyed i just ripped everything out...im a stickler about audio stuff so if it aint just right i dont want it. So I'm gonna start from scratch this week and re wire the entire system
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thE_laW Apr 18, 11:41pm - #445295 

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haha nice, we are complete oposites, i commuted for a year without a sterio at all. good luck sorting it all out.

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Haulin_A_Doo Apr 19, 12:22am - #445296 
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Test it before you bolt it all back up. thumbsup
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robster
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robster Apr 19, 2:28am - #445297 

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well when i start my car and i have my radio on my sub makes a popping noise ut just when i start the car weird maybe bad wiring?
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EvilJupiter Apr 19, 4:59pm - #445298 

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yea bad connection was prolly the problem...you need to sodder everything... grin..if not your wasting your time grin grin
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Evan_GTS Mar 13, 1:43am - #448698 
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The same thing happens to me!! It only happened after my aftermarket stereo was put in. So maybe I need to redo the wiring? lets hope that works because its the most annoying thing ever!!!
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Celipra Dec 23, 1:26am - #450918 

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sometimes when instaling a stereo, the ground will come apart, and some how or another the radio will still work but not quite right. check the ground. if you dont have an amp the remote wire may be touching a speaker wire and back loading.
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