Radio interferance

 

New member
Username: Zeddy

Hamilton, On Canada

Post Number: 4
Registered: Mar-06
i read a post that some1 couldnt get radio stations with thier inverter on...this is because either the power wires run too close to the radio itself, the antenna wire, or the speaker wires. also if your getting a buzz or whine through the speakers, usually when u increase the engine rpm...again its power wires going to your amps, or other heavy guage wires pulling a lot of current, are running too close to the radio/speaker wire/antenna wire/or basically anything related to the stereo.
sounds like some of you people have some basic problems with car audio...as me...danlueck007@hotmail.com..i will answer your questions...and if u live in the hamilton ontario canada area...i will help install or solve stereo problems. just give me an email, or msg on msn...i charge WAY less then the actual shops do...aka EHR
 

Platinum Member
Username: Glasswolf

Wisteria, Lane USA

Post Number: 11278
Registered: Dec-03
also often caused by a bad ground point.

the reason you probably charge so much less is reflected in threads like your commentary on capacitors.

This forum is here to offer FREE help. Not to wh0re yourself out for business.
Get your own website for that please.
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