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    Buzzing Through Stereo

    Hi does anyone know why my car stereo in am/mw starts to buzz when my car is moving even just with the ignition just turned on it also seems to be speed related is it a possility that the abs sensor is causing feedback as the discs and pads have recently been changed any info much appreciated

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    it could be a bad earth check its connected very well and have you got your RCAs near any power cables
    you said its speed related are you sure its not revs of the engine its normaly the alternator that causes noise

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    no ma dad says it does it when the engine is off but ignition is on and you free wheel the car it starts slow and builds up as car speeds up ..... i have to admit that was with standard stereo in i have just changed it but i am unable to test it as i have broke my leg

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    are the speakers amped?
    Astra VXR - Arden Blue, Diamond cut 19's, Cruise Control, Debaged, Folding Mirrors, CD70 NAVI and CID + Aux-In, Factory Bluetooth, Piano Black Interior Trim, Full Milltek Unresonated Exhaust

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    no they are still standard speakers

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