Please, please, tell me you're not running factory wiring to the speakers! If you're not, bypass/yank that problem speaker wire and see if it's shorted somewhere.Haha it just doesn't stop.
So everything was working fine, except the rear right speakers was sounding like this.
So I took the door apart to double check that everything was wired properly.
Then I tried powering different speakers from the same output on the amplifier. Sure enough, this horrible crackling, or I'm not sure how you'd call it, moved to a different speaker.
So I was pretty certain the amp output was bad...the pioneer one.
But now that it looks like I've solved the whine problem, I thought I'll try that infinity amplifier that I initially had, REF-704A.
Connected this app, and the rear right speaker was sounding fine.
So to me it confirmed that the pioneer amp was bad, or had bad output on channel B.
The only problem now, THE WHINE CAME BACK...With this infinity amp REF-704A
Geez looks like both amps are cooked and I need to order a third amp now
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