Question about Alpine CDA-9856 CD Player
Sat radio began experiencing sporadic periods of solid static noise. This became more frequent until now it is constant. All the while the tag data with artist and song info has continued to display. All other inputs work properly.
There will be static.
A lot of my passengers are surprised that there is static on satellite
radio, but there is. Your Sirius satellite receiver "broadcasts" to
your car's FM radio through a frequency you select. For example, the
Sirius channel on my car radio is 89.1, which is pretty clear and works
pretty well on my regular commute. But if I drive beyond that route,
where 89.1 is routinely used by regular broadcast radio stations, there
is a lot of interference and static. I then have to switch frequencies
on both the receiver and car radio, to find another clear channel.
Quite a pain.
There will be interference.
Even the smallest bridge, tunnel, or parking garage often seems to
block satellite reception, and occasionally the signal will completely
disappear for no reason.
I DID TONS OF RESEARCH FOR YOU ABOUT THESE RADIOS. THE SAME PROBLEM YOU HAVE ARE FOUND BY 100'S OF OTHERS. IT'S THE COMPANY THEMSELVES HAVING DIFFICULTIES.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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