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Old 01-06-2004, 04:22 PM
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I was listening to my MP3 player this morning while driving and all of a sudden the sound became static, I thought it was the cd but it was not and now my radio won't even work right...I am getting static feedback and all I hear is the bass from my subwoofer...no voice....if I go over a bump it either sometimes comes back to normal or becomes more irritating...
btw its a JVC 3150 deck..
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i would checkk all my speaker leads, and rca connections
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Old 01-06-2004, 04:54 PM
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any other solutions?
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well, since your sub keeps going, it's not the sub. are you using an external amp to power the speakers, or the one built into the deck?
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I'm willing to bet theres a loose connection somehwere... Had this problems last week with my rear fill and a few wires shook loose from the bass. Check all connections, don't forget to check the harness too on the back on the deck. Good luck.
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Old 01-06-2004, 07:32 PM
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I am gonna run with the pack on this one, the bumps making a difference indicate a connection issue. Pray its the RCA connections or a speaker connection, everything else costs money.
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When you say your radio wont work right? Also do you use your head unit to run your speakers, or do you have an amp for them? When you say you were listening to your mp3 player, do you mean your deck plays mp3s, or do you have an external mp3 player and if so how is it connected?

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Old 01-06-2004, 09:21 PM
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Originally posted by Chris B:
When you say your radio wont work right? Also do you use your head unit to run your speakers, or do you have an amp for them? When you say you were listening to your mp3 player, do you mean your deck plays mp3s, or do you have an external mp3 player and if so how is it connected?

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my head unit actually controls the speakers...I think so..cause I am running an stereo amp (2 channel)..as I stated before it is a Mp3 deck..

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well if you're powering your speakers off an external amp (i think that's what you meant ) then the first thing i'd check is the rca cables for the amp.. also, check out that remote turn on wire, could have come loose, or could be shorting against something metal, causing your amp to turn off.

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Old 01-06-2004, 09:40 PM
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Originally posted by bigmike216:
well if you're powering your speakers off an external amp (i think that's what you meant ) then the first thing i'd check is the rca cables for the amp.. also, check out that remote turn on wire, could have come loose, or could be shorting against something metal, causing your amp to turn off.
ok so, should I take it back to Best Buy cause they are the ones that did the installation...
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