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laro
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 squealing in speakers

Ok guys i have a problem and i cant figure it out. the problem is im getting squealing through my speakers ive tried new rcas still have same sound a different amp still same thing i check the ground it looks fine. my set up is a alpine 9886 hooked up to a soundstream eq from the eq it hooks up to a jl300/2 two days ago had it hooked up to a usamp md42 didnt notice the problem then after i put in the jl amp i noticed it right off i dont know what else to do NEED HELP

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start double checking rca and wires at every location... by pass the eq and see if it goes away...

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im thinking its the eq cause this has never happen before an i used a new set of rcas an still have same problem.will this noise hurt my speakers

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it is why I said to bypass the EQ :)...and yes the noise can hurt the speakers if it is distorted or possibly feedback ( dc current...very bad on speakers ) ...

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ok ill try that an see what happens thanks

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my soundstream eq was causing the squealing in the speakers could had somthing with the settings on the jl amp

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sicaudio
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personally I don't use eq's...I use the deck / amp or external crossovers only..

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what's wrong with eq's?? just one more thing to go wrong with electronics??

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Ianarian
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Nothing is wrong with EQ's. Ever since I went from cd to mp3 I have felt the need to have a way to balance the sound in some manner. I'll argue to the death of me that the rca's from the source are not the best signals that can be fed to a amp. The x-overs in any amp I have ever used are not the best way to control the Hz cut offs needed in a high output system. Even before I got my first electronic x-over I have always felt that there is a better way. Since my very first system, I have always used some sort of pre-amp signal controller.

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I am hard core.. i refuse to use MP3 on my setups...lol but I will use a good signal processor :)

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