It does what it claims. There is no static in the background.
Showing 8 reviews for Axxess AX-ANR1000
November 14, 2012
These work good if you don't need to pull the full 35 amps they rate them at. I pulled about 15 amps for 30 minutes, and they melted. So if you need a heavy duty noise filter with lots of amp holding power, these are not it. But if you need to filter a device such as a head unit, EQ, processor, etc.. no problem at all. They got rid of the noise.
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July 25, 2012
Bought this for my camper after installing a new converter tat put out a lot of RFI,could barely get any decent stations so figured for the price I'd take a gamble.Well while it didn't completely solve the issue it help a lot .Most of my problem is the converter so I can't say anything bad about this unit.I would venture to say that in a normal auto setting this will take care of any interference you might be getting.
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GROVE CITY, OHIO
January 21, 2016
I bought two of these to clean up some unwanted hissing thru my amped speakers. Installed in line on both ingintion hot and battery hot. They did not work, in fact they made it worse. Another thing was it had two different ways to wire it up, the box said one way and the paper work on the inside said to wire it a different way. I tried both ways of wiring them, first the box wiring and that didn't work at all. Followed the paper work wiring and that made the hissing worse then to top it off sent feed back thru the ignition line after the ignition power way switched off causing weird noises from the door buzzers. But to be fair I might be having other issues caused by a pioneer head unit. Bad rca grounds internally from what I've been led to believe. They were cheap so I'm glad I atleast tried them and was able to move to the next possible cause of the hissing. Love sonic tho bought my entire system thru them except head unit. Recommend them highly.
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Coral Springs, FL
August 17, 2020
I have a 1967 Corvette Sting Ray Resto Mod. This coupe came with a Antique Automobile Radio which is AM/F? Bluetooth. It looks like the original radio but is very capable and has many output options. The Sting Ray came with 3 modern speakers installed, one up front to mimic the original speaker placement and two in the rear in a common stereo arangement. The engine is is a modern GM LS376-525 with OD Transmission both computer controlled. hat I'm trying to get across this is not a common car by any means and is probably in line with most of you do when you configure your own set-up.
The problem was I was getting direct feedback whine from most likely the alternator tha matched up with engine rpm. I had tryed a couple fixes going so far as to ground the radio with it's own dedicate ground straight to the frame. I also ran a direct power feed directly from fuse box, this did not corect the problem. I decided to order the SONIC Axxess ANR1000 which sounded from its description it would correct my problem, guess what it did, absolutely gone, all whinning!
Simple to install connect green wire on AXXESS to red power wire used to power radio and the red output wire from the AXXESS to my radio. The AXXESS also has a black ground wire which was connected to my ground. That's it simple and even better was the price which I thought was a good value.
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Coral Springs, Florida
August 6, 2020
This product was a simple solution to a really annoying problem. While listening to music in my 1967 Corvette Restomod I would hear whining noise from the engine directly releated to acceleration. I followed tips and ran a single ground wire for the radio, nope not the problem. I saw this product on line and it fit many other suggestions to what I should do and the price was good. So I ordered it from SONIC Electronix. It arrived yesterday and after about 15 minutes it was connected and ready to test. My issue was corrected, Yeah! I could hear my music clearly with whatever level of volume selected. Easy 3-Wire hook-up Grean for incoming power, Red for outgoing power, and a black ground wire. Simple! Thank You!
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