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Radio problem
As I said earlier I have a terrible noise, well I put the radio in a other bike and it worked fine. Tried the headset and that works fine but threw the speakers, forget it , it is unuseable. Could both speakers have gone bad? What other advise can i get?
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1985 Goldwing GL1200A
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#1 07-10-2008, 07:11 AM,
There is a possibility the speakers may be bad, you could substitute another speaker and see if it improves.

The amplifier doesnt power the headset, they get their power directly from the radio through the multichanger if you dont have a CB the headset junction box then distributes the power from the radio to the headsets.

Check the wiring under the left pocket there may be poor connections.

You could also temporarily disable the AVC and wire the radio directly to the amplifier to see if that is part of the problem


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