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Speaker Pops when turck turns on

So I added after market speakers and when I turn on my truck, the speaker on the passenger side pops. Any ideas what causes this?
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This usually happens due to a bad ground or the speakers need some sort of isolator.

I'm not an audio tech but hopefully that can get you looking in the correct direction


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had to run another remote line to the line out converter and the amp, so 2 total. apparently this is a common problem.
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