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    feedback from mobile towers

    As I drive around the city, mainly on the motorways (motorways = freeways for those not in NZ), i seem to get awful feedback through my head deck as i pass different cell phone transmitter sites.
    I'm running a high end pioneer head deck with a single amp and 4 6x9 speakers... nothing special.
    Does anyone know a way of eliminating the feedback from cell phone sites without taking the obvious step of turning my cell phone off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blok View Post
    As I drive around the city, mainly on the motorways (motorways = freeways for those not in NZ), i seem to get awful feedback through my head deck as i pass different cell phone transmitter sites.
    I'm running a high end pioneer head deck with a single amp and 4 6x9 speakers... nothing special.
    Does anyone know a way of eliminating the feedback from cell phone sites without taking the obvious step of turning my cell phone off?
    It's not the cell tower that's interfering with your stereo, it's YOUR cellphone!

    When you drive from one tower to the other, the cellphone transmits to change tower. Bad reception on the cellphone = more transmitter power (GSM is adjustable from 0.2Watts to 2.0 Watts transmitter power from the hand terminal)

    Place your phone another place in the car, away from your audio wires and possibly a place with better cell signal, then the cellphone does not transmit as powerfull.

    // Per.

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