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Speaker static & weak subs

I bought an 06 gt coupe last week. Putting in the sound system that was in my previous Chevy Blazer. I used the metra 93303 or w.e for my power acoustik single din touch screen. Everything works, however when the volume is on 0 there is static in the speakers.. How do I fix that.. I have rca options for each speaker in the back of the head unit. Also, I have a 5500 watt amp (poweracoustik), 10 farad cap, and two 2600 watt pa subs. Everything worked amazing and very loud in the blazer, but i checked everything and even when the amp is turned up louder on the head unit and amp, its still about 1/5th of what it used to be.

PLEASE HELP ME! Thanks, Dave
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