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    Speakers Hissing

    Hi,
    I unlocked my car earlier and opened the rear door for something, and heard the speakers hissing very faintly. I naturally looked to see if the radio was on for some reason, but it wasn't. I locked the car and tried it again, and it did it again.
    I then sat in the drivers seat, and locked the car. The hissing stopped just after the hazard switch dimmed. I unlocked it again, and it started again. Is this normal?
    Car has RNS-E with Bose

    Cheers,

    MMM
    2006 '56' A4 Avant S Line TDi 170 Quattro. Full two tone leather, RNS-E, Xenons, Parking sensors, Privacy glass, Cruise control, retro fitted Glovebox changer, Heated seats, Bose, RS4 grille, OEM Bluetooth.

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    Yes normal on the newer Audi's. The amp stays on after the keys are out, and is switched on with the central locking for some totally unnecessary Audi-Bose reason
    "How to tear apart the ties that bind, perhaps fcuk off might be too kind"
    Alex Turner

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    Thanks for that Andy. Something less to worry about!
    2006 '56' A4 Avant S Line TDi 170 Quattro. Full two tone leather, RNS-E, Xenons, Parking sensors, Privacy glass, Cruise control, retro fitted Glovebox changer, Heated seats, Bose, RS4 grille, OEM Bluetooth.

 

 

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