So I went back to the audio shop yesterday and had them disconnect the rear mic at the module and reconnect the fronts to the amp and it's back to having the same issue as before. :banghead:puresqnut said:Sigh.... I love these audioshops not doing their homework.
Have them connect to to front outputs and drop the back of the headliner and disconnect both microphones up there (ONLY THE REAR MIC'S). Good to go.
its the same for most all of the GM's - Tahoe, Surburban, Equinox, Captiva, Terrein, Caddy's etc
The fronts sound like the ANC is still there. They sound pretty bad, sort of hollow with only high end and some low end sounds. It's like the mids are being cut out or muted. The shop said that is why they ran the fronts off the rear channel originally to get around what they believed was the ANC having that affect on the audio. They even pulled the #7 fuse which is supposed to be for ANC?
The front speakers sounded amazing when they were split off the rear channel signal (with the loss of blutooth and car sounds of course), so I know it's not an issue with the speakers. I am tempted to go pay a different audio shop to give it a once over but I have already thrown way too much money into this sound system with the amp and new speakers and I am fearful that may cause more problems.
Do you have any suggestions? Could they still be connecting it wrong? Is there a specific place in the chain that they should be connecting the fronts to the amp from to avoid this?
Thanks again for everyone's assistance with this.