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It sounds to me like something internal to the head unit. Do the basics first - pull it and double check all the connectors, make sure all the pins are seated solid and connectors are properly connected. make sure there are no crimped wires, etc.
I would also check the same things on the amp. I've never had the need to find mine but I think they are in the drivers side kick panel. I'm sure someone on here knows for sure.
If you've done any electrical add-ons check the fuse box and make sure all you're fuses are seated properly.
Does gently hitting the dash near the stereo cause any change?
2009 B5 R/T Classic 6-Speed
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