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Reaccuring interference?

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by Viktor Lofgren, Jul 28, 2004.

  1. Something that's been bugging me for ever is some sort of interference
    that most speakers around my house seems to pick up. At random (rare)
    occations they rapidly emit a noise that sounds like morse code or
    something like that, the pattern is "-..-..-..", and it rougly takes 1
    second to finish. I /think/ old cell phones causes something similar, but
    the thing is that i don't have a cell phone, and some of my speakers till
    get affected. My theory is that some electronic device is the cause, but i
    can't seem to figure out what.

    Anyone know what it may be? (and how to stop it?)
     
  2. Bob Stephens

    Bob Stephens Guest

    It's probably the porn star on your screen and her set of triple D's!

    Bob
     
  3. actually I have had that happen too! It's like a buzzing noise that goes on and
    off when it does happen.

    I did notice that a nearby TV, when it was on, causes this. I was able to move
    the TV until the noise went away, but the position of the TV that causes this
    changes from day to day.

    Also, if your amplifier is connected such that there is a switch, and the same
    one is for phonograph and TV-output, I think it's more likely to happen as the
    phonograph needle picks up random magnetic fields. Do you happen to have a
    Magnavox Stereo System?

    Does anyone have any other ideas?
     
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