I recently upgraded my Becker AM/FM stereo on my 85 300D. I installed a new
Blaupunkt with a CD player. The original speakers crackled when I played
anything with normal volume. I replaced the speakers with new ones. The
stereo has 4 X 50W output. The speakers are Pioneer with capability to
handle 100W. I still have the same crackle. Is there something wrong with
the stereo that I should get another one?
BTW, is it possible to have two audio decks share the same set of speakers?
I have one radio with CD player, but would like to install a second one in a
free slot to play cassette. But I wonder if it will work.
do this just by process of elimination...
might be a bad ground connection...or a bad positive...
do step by step...only changing one variable at a time
connecting...directly to battery posts...an so forth
You can correct this ailment by providing some clean wattage to pwer your
aftermarket speakers. The chip amplifier in your deck is limited in terms of
actual output and cannot compensate when the ohms shift from four to two,
etc. Put an amplifier between the head unit and the speakers. Wattage is not
how loud the music plays-volume dictates that, but wattage is the fuel that
your aftermarket speakers run on, and you need more to produce clear music
without crackling! P.
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