Strange ground noise problem.
Ok, I haven't put a system together in a long time due to a lot of theft of high dollar equipment back in the 90's, I just figured it wasn't worth me spending all the money for some jackass to enjoy it for me. Well I threw one together out of the stuff I had around my garage but I have a small problem with ONE stiking speaker lol.
Setup is Clarion head unit, can't remember which number pretty badass, IPOD input and all that crap, 3 outputs. Kenwood front and rear door speakers which I can't remember the number of either but they are the best 5x7 or whatever you can get (wifes a Kenwood dealer, get killer deals), JL audio 12W3 in a JL power wedge box and the holy crap ginormous 5 channel Sony XM7557 monster and that used to bring like 800 or so. Threw it all together with a decent set of wires (stinger power and grounds all 4 gauge and Stinger fuses and distribution block with Rockford speaker wire) and it sounds pretty freakin good. EXCEPT for the drivers front speaker. It's got wicked ground noise. I checked all of the wiring, everything is secure, I have a very good 4g ground on bare metal and so on. It's just that one channel. Do you guys think that one side of the RCA is bad perhaps? I am just trying to figure out the possibilities before tearing back into it as I hid everything really well so it will be a lot of digging to get it all back out.
EDIT Don't make fun of me about not a single component matching, like I said, I threw this together from what I had in my tool box and in the garage. This is the combination of about 5 cars worth of random car audio I have had over the last 2 years that had crap in them when I bought them. Putting all this in my truck cost me a grand total of 19.26 at my most hated store (walmart)
2006 Subaru WRX Limited, Leather and loaded.
2004 Ranger Edge 4x4, 4.10 posi, 3 inch BL, 15x10 Eagles, 33x12.50 BFG AT's.
1993 Honda hatchback, 1.9 liter 13:1 compression forged bottom end, ported head, huge cams. 11.83@116