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December 11, 2012

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Shawn

When I put my ipod touch right next to my AM radios, it interferes a lot. I found this out because I was dxing around with my radio, and tried to use my ipod touch to log the freqs with.

Mark Roberts

An iPod is a computer. Computers make electrical noise. AM is far more susceptible to electrical noise than FM.

The only way around it is to have an AM antenna that you can move away from the docking location. Sangean did this with its HDT-1 series of HD AM and HD FM tuners. It works but it's unhandy.

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