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russdeanlee 31st January 2012 05:34 AM

eliminating pop sound when using accessory acc as remote wire for amplifier
 
pop sound from speaker when i turn off car, the remote wire i'm using is from the accessory (ACC) because the factory headunit doesn't have a remote out i probed all the leads on the back to no luck so my only option was to use the acc or add a turn on switch. is there a way to remove this pop sound if the rca isn't plugged in it doesn't make that pop sound it only makes it from the rear speaker. it might be because of a cheapy line out converter i'm using for the rear line out converter because this isn't happening to the front line out converter.

seankane 31st January 2012 05:46 AM

You should be able to purchase a relay that can give you a turn on delay or a soft turn on.

russdeanlee 31st January 2012 07:06 AM

i don't have a turn on pop only a turn off pop from using the acc for the remote wire because the stock head unit doesn't have a remote out i tried probing for it but no luck. is there anything i can do to get rid of that pop when turning off car

Mote 31st January 2012 07:10 AM

Whats the difference between 12V from remote and 12V from ACC?

seankane 31st January 2012 07:19 AM

Good question Mote. Alot of amps have special circuitry to ensure "soft" turn on and turn off to eliminate popping. Maybe it is an internal problem with the amp???

Perry Babin 31st January 2012 02:31 PM

Do you read 6v DC on all four wires feeding the rear LOC?


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