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stereo interference   General Discussion

Started Jul-30 by myers1100; 609 views.
smilermike

From: smilermike

Aug-2

Sometimes your  ht leads/ caps can cause an issue  like interference  where they are not suppressing enough and cause a whining etc . Also if the lights you installed are LED they can also cause interference .

crazeeharry

From: crazeeharry

Aug-4

Hi Trevor, I hope you and Sue are both well.
Has the Voyager still got a flat tire?

(Strange times, eh?)

myhillhouse

From: myhillhouse

Aug-4

it did when it left the stable? The V* is still thin.

Moved over to a DCT Gold Wing, and there's a fat tire sitting in the garage waiting  to go on it.

Sue is doing OK, 

Stay safe and health my friend

ABE (spud116)

From: ABE (spud116)

Aug-18

Wish you could have made Iron Horse Trevor, we put 1200 miles on in 7 days.

Hope you 2 can make the next trip.

myhillhouse

From: myhillhouse

Aug-18

we wish we could have been there, all 3 of our multi-day adventures have been canceled. Hopefully next year we will see you and Lisa.

Stay well and ride safe

V3R71GO

From: V3R71GO

Aug-29

LED lights could do it. Disconnect your LED lights and drive it, see if the distortion disappears. LEDs are actually used in musical instrument sound effects. But I dont know your whole set up and logistics. Peace.

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