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Unread 04-24-2019, 06:37 AM   #1
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Default JBL Synthesis system with RDS elect diagram

Hiya fellas,

I'm sure i missed it while looking around this site but where is the schematic for the JBL Synthesis system with RDS located?

I think one of my amps is going tits up because turning on the IGN, an ear drum blowing static noise comes out, thereby giving everyone in the car a solid heart attack. This happens twice yesterday and before that it happened about a month ago.

It's random from what I can tell. It doesn't matter if I turn the stereo off or not. Only cycling the IGN causes the system to reset.

At first I blamed the Scion stereo but now I have a Sony HU and it does the same thing. I figure I'll start with the amp(s) then work my way from there.

If any of you stereo gurus have some clues, please share them with me!

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