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Old 08-27-2012, 02:47 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Unhappy Buzzing Sound After NIRD

I installed an aftermarket stereo using the nird 01 everything works good exept I hear a buzzing sound when tge stereo plays.
I connected tge remote amp to the blue wire on the nird.
Anyone know what it could be?
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Sounds like a bad ground.
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Default Re: Buzzing Sound After NIRD

If your the same guy from the FB group, I already to you the issue. The remote wire can't pass thru the nird system. The nird system keep the Bose amp on all the time.
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Old 08-27-2012, 03:57 PM   Thread Starter #4
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If your the same guy from the FB group, I already to you the issue. The remote wire can't pass thru the nird system. The nird system keep the Bose amp on all the time.
yea i don't have it running trough the nird at all i cut the wire and ran it to my head unit amp turn on
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yea i don't have it running trough the nird at all i cut the wire and ran it to my head unit amp turn on
In my experience buzzing is almost always a ground. Where did you ground the NIRD?
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In my experience buzzing is almost always a ground. Where did you ground the NIRD?
This is my set up, and you can see were I grounded at. Now my subs won't play, maybe a defective unIt

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Default Re: Buzzing Sound After NIRD

I cant open those kind of photos on my work computer. If youre saying your subs dont work then yeah its possible it bad. That would explain the buzzing.

Does your sub amp turn on?
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I cant open those kind of photos on my work computer. If youre saying your subs dont work then yeah its possible it bad. That would explain the buzzing.

Does your sub amp turn on?
Yes my amp turns on, I have it onnected to a fuse pannel as I had a line out convertor turning it oon.
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Yes my amp turns on, I have it onnected to a fuse pannel as I had a line out convertor turning it oon.
Ok, thats what I was going to suggest. You might want to contact the manufacturer and tell them what its doing.
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Ok, thats what I was going to suggest. You might want to contact the manufacturer and tell them what its doing.
I did and they are sending a new unit, hopefully it works out
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Default Re: Buzzing Sound After NIRD

I received a new unit same buzzing, so got an alpine and buzzing disapered
Now I need some 0gauge as my 4gauge burned as well as my fuse lol.
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I received a new unit same buzzing, so got an alpine and buzzing disapered
Now I need some 0gauge as my 4gauge burned as well as my fuse lol.
This is why you are supposed to use inline fuses on ALL of your power wires....so you won't be making a post that your car burned to the ground.
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Originally Posted by 1hawaii50 View Post
This is why you are supposed to use inline fuses on ALL of your power wires....so you won't be making a post that your car burned to the ground.
I did have a 200a fuse, the fuse holder burned
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A 200a fuse is huge for what you are doing thats why it burned and didnt break
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Default Re: Buzzing Sound After NIRD

FYI a 200amp fuse would have been suitable for a ~14ft run of 0 gauge. Definitely not for a ~14ft run of 4 gauge. ~80amp fuse should be the max on a 14ft run of 4 gauge. Hence why the wire and fuse holder melted.

When you get your 0 gauge, do not cheap out and get the copper clad aluminum wire. Get oxygen free copper if available. Don't worry about the high strand count advertising if you do not need a super flexible wire. You can save a little on the lower strand counts as i don't think you need a wire that is as limp as wet noodle.
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FYI a 200amp fuse would have been suitable for a ~14ft run of 0 gauge. Definitely not for a ~14ft run of 4 gauge. ~80amp fuse should be the max on a 14ft run of 4 gauge. Hence why the wire and fuse holder melted.

When you get your 0 gauge, do not cheap out and get the copper clad aluminum wire. Get oxygen free copper if available. Don't worry about the high strand count advertising if you do not need a super flexible wire. You can save a little on the lower strand counts as i don't think you need a wire that is as limp as wet noodle.
Lol yea im getting knukonceptz I think its called and aluminum free.
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