Question by  geoff (2)

Why would my subwoofers hit when I change the song on the stereo?

The noise also occurs when powering the unit off.


Answer by  Mac44 (479)

On many stereos, power is only sent to the speakers when power is being sent to the receiver. When the radio is searching for the new frequency power is devoted to that, so after the new station is found, a rush of power is immediately sent to the speakers.


Answer by  Sid74 (6)

While changing song or turning on or turning off, There is a short pulse of electric charge flowing through the output of the board on which the woofer is connected. This is usually not generated on good quality boards This short pulse makes the woofer to hit on it self.


Answer by  salsafoodie (3146)

Depending on the type of amp you have in your car, the sub woofers may hit when you change the song on the stereo. The type of car also determine if the sub woofers will hit when you change the stereo.


Answer by  DavidS (1517)

They are most likely picking up static. Static discharge can occur from physically touching the item as well as build up in the electronics in the device. This can also occur at the connections of the speaker wires. Check the connections first. Then install a grounded power cord.


Answer by  urvi (24)

Whenever we change the song one song is already playing after selecting another song some time difference & frequency change so Subwoofers his on the stereo & some noice make. if song changeing then both songs are different so both song frequency also should be different so that this difference make this noice into the stereo.

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