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  • Takisk1 commented on Mjtrinihobby's instructable Tips to reduce electrical noise. 1 year ago
    Tips to reduce electrical noise.

    Tried that in my cars back camera(I've put that myself) but doesn't really workTo be honest I'm searching everywhere and no one has ever solved my problem, I do get noise to my android head-radio unit(replaced my factory one) but not that much, if I touch the brakes? well I hear a tiny buzz(as long as I hold the brakes-and the android unit is powered on) from the speakers and the rear camera signal is lost.The last solution I could think of is to put a relay-switch and use an extra battery in the trunk so when I put reverse gear it would get a signal from the reverse light and get power from the extra battery(no noise at all)If you just wondering what brand is my car, it's a Seat Ibiza 1.2 SC TDI E-ecomotive(2012/03)P.S. The electrical noise is also a problem for a mini sub I've tried t...

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    Tried that in my cars back camera(I've put that myself) but doesn't really workTo be honest I'm searching everywhere and no one has ever solved my problem, I do get noise to my android head-radio unit(replaced my factory one) but not that much, if I touch the brakes? well I hear a tiny buzz(as long as I hold the brakes-and the android unit is powered on) from the speakers and the rear camera signal is lost.The last solution I could think of is to put a relay-switch and use an extra battery in the trunk so when I put reverse gear it would get a signal from the reverse light and get power from the extra battery(no noise at all)If you just wondering what brand is my car, it's a Seat Ibiza 1.2 SC TDI E-ecomotive(2012/03)P.S. The electrical noise is also a problem for a mini sub I've tried to put under the passengers seat(drawing power from the cigarette lighter) ...you can hear the rpm's of the engine from the subwoofer(which is rather annoying)

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