O nono, I know its the inverter because I get my ear down to the inverter and listen for the sounds it makes, its comin from there alright, then when i turn the button to Off the noise is gone thats why I think its the inverterOriginally Posted by VanMan69
I made sure that the gauge of the wire connection is the same as the ones provided by the inverter (gauge of the clamp wires)Originally Posted by strohmrs
When i say 4m of wires, I do mean 4 meters of wires, yes its quite long because it has to stretch from the battery to the trunk going through firewalls and bending here and there under carpets and stuff.
Thanks for all the help though, this has been very very helpful. I'm also getting some static noice from the *ahem* fm modulator that I'm using maybe its because all my wires are clamped into one stack (signal and electrical) and then all to the trunk, but I just put everything back together and it works great! u guys telling me i have to pull all that out just to test if the electrical wires is interfering with the audio signal wires? uh o.... do you guys think it has anyhting to do with the sound card? because in a certain umm base level it will get a great amount of static where as some with no static. All these stuff is driving me