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Username: Volfenhagking1600

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Post Number: 262
Registered: Oct-06
How do i get rid of it. It was working fine before until i took my subs out of my truck and rearranged them. I hooked them up and nothing but a deep tone
 

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Username: Safe_cracker

Chicago, IL US

Post Number: 2400
Registered: Jan-06
Try shutting the engine off... Polo.
 

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Username: Volfenhagking1600

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Post Number: 264
Registered: Oct-06
umm....good joke
 

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Username: Chaunb3400

Huntsville, Alabama U.S.

Post Number: 11290
Registered: Jul-05
check ur gains..grounds...and alt
 

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Username: Volfenhagking1600

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Post Number: 265
Registered: Oct-06
i dont see how anything could of changed tho...all i did was take my subs out and put them back in...
 

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Username: Chaunb3400

Huntsville, Alabama U.S.

Post Number: 11291
Registered: Jul-05
well check or dont worry about it...
 

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Username: Ars88

P.I.M.P , Pakistani/In...

Post Number: 427
Registered: Nov-06
also...check ur rca jacks...that can be a problem to someties

what i mean to say is make sure its separated from ur 12v cable (heard that can cause engine noise as well when they are together)

but if its same settings....then jus check ur ground or basically jus read the thread of top of ths one made my choclate chrome
:-)
 

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Username: Rvlacos

DD 3512 United States

Post Number: 1449
Registered: Sep-06
rca's and grounds are normal causes. r u using the same ground for more than 1 think? if so try using a different ground for each thing, if ur using a cap ur not grounding it to the amp r u?
 

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Username: Van_man

Boston South, MA

Post Number: 1858
Registered: Mar-06
"rca's and grounds are normal causes."
Agreed

" r u using the same ground for more than 1 think? if so try using a different ground for each thing,"
Stay with 1 ground. Multi grounds introduce groundloops.

"if ur using a cap ur not grounding it to the amp r u?"
You should have , from amps neg to caps neg, from caps neg to ground.
 

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Username: Volfenhagking1600

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Post Number: 266
Registered: Oct-06
im only using one ground and i dont have a cap
 

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Username: Rvlacos

DD 3512 United States

Post Number: 1457
Registered: Sep-06
sorry for my misguided help, i could have sworn i read on here that u should never ground an amp to cap - to - ? maybe im mistakin and i apologize for sendin wrong info out. can u please explain groundloops to me?
 

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Username: Van_man

Boston South, MA

Post Number: 1864
Registered: Mar-06
Groundloops are the diffrence in voltage between two ground points.
Say amp 1 is grounded here, amp 2 there.
they both make their way back to bat neg. now amp 1 has 1 ohm of resistance to ground
amp 2 has 1.2 ohms of resistance to ground. That .2 is noise.
same being for cap. If you use one ground point, say a bolt on the chassis. and the cap is grounded ther, and the amp is grounded there, then technicly moving the amps ground up to the cap is still the same. 1 path for ground.

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Username: Denali_on_22s

SSX, Tenneki US of A

Post Number: 1171
Registered: Feb-06
Maybe it's just how sh!tty your volfenhags sound... you shouldnt really expect much out of an entire setup of volfenhag...
 

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Username: Volfenhagking1600

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Post Number: 268
Registered: Oct-06
No..ur dumb. the subs were fine then a minute later they were f*ckd up. I thought you were supposed to get help on here not be ripped on
 

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Username: Denali_on_22s

SSX, Tenneki US of A

Post Number: 1181
Registered: Feb-06
I'm dumb? I didn't waste my money on Volfs... Anyways lot's of people gave their input and nothing seemed to help so I gave mine.
 

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Username: Denali_on_22s

SSX, Tenneki US of A

Post Number: 1183
Registered: Feb-06
I'm dumb? I didn't waste my money on Volfs... Anyways lot's of people gave their input and nothing seemed to help so I gave mine.
 

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Username: Denali_on_22s

SSX, Tenneki US of A

Post Number: 1184
Registered: Feb-06
I'm dumb? I didn't waste my money on Volfs... Anyways lot's of people gave their input and nothing seemed to help so I gave mine.
 

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Username: Volfenhagking1600

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Post Number: 270
Registered: Oct-06
yea it did help...i checked my ground and it came loose...volfs dont even sound that bad or at least they dont in my truck
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