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Anybody else getting that annoying buzz in your radio driving around. Mine seems to be rt side dominate,also my house radio and my damn phone at worked picked it up.
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at home, my t.v. and monitor will flicker often, through the speakers you hear this buzzing on and off. also get it through the baby monitors.

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They sell a noise reducer at most sterio shops, does it change pitch when you rev(sp?) the motor?

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I live south of the metroplex,and several people around here have it.It picks even with a cd in.
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Could it be your cell phone? I know mine makes really annoying sounds if I set it on the center console while the stereo is on.
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Could it be your cell phone? I know mine makes really annoying sounds if I set it on the center console while the stereo is on.
If it only happened in the truck I might lean toward that,but it has done it at home and work with my phone off. Saturday night my wives new car was doing it bad heading into Fort Worth. It almost sound as if a voice coil is going bad.
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A cell will still do it when its off. It could be lots of things. A 2.5 - 5.8 hrtz sig. will do the same thing. WAP will also do this. Big Brothers not the only one

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No but I've noticed that on 102.1 you can hear the transmission before the delay. Listen at the beginning of most songs when they're soft and you'll hear the song about 6-8 seconds further in to it.
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If it only happened in the truck I might lean toward that,but it has done it at home and work with my phone off. Saturday night my wives new car was doing it bad heading into Fort Worth. It almost sound as if a voice coil is going bad.
Try putting your phone near your pc speakers and call the phone. Is that the same sound you are hearing? I can always tell when my phone is going to ring by the induced sounds through nearby headphones, speakers, etc. The only way to ensure it isn't the phone is to completely remove the battery while it is with you. Other than that I don't know what it could be.
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Another radio noise question...

Had mine re-installed yesterday and my whine is connected with the rpms of the car. The faster the rpms, the worse the noise. How do you fix it? Is that associated with the ground wire?
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Had mine re-installed yesterday and my whine is connected with the rpms of the car. The faster the rpms, the worse the noise. How do you fix it? Is that associated with the ground wire?
http://www.carstereo.com/help/Articles.cfm?id=71
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