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hi my names josh so you have a 12 disc changer with a factory radio with an RF modulator hmmm well i could definely see that being your problem right there. usually your best shot is always a strait connection from and after market reciever to your changer without that RF modulator in line. That being said since your signal RF out to the changer is giving you your sound its very posible you would need to use a ground loop isolator to eliminate that noise. it would plug line out from the modulator going to the changer and in most cases provides a stable ground in the line which is most cases is the problem in your case i would be willing to bet thats yours.
You can use any CD changer that has an FM modulater. You would listen to it by tuning in to a station on your tuner.
The sales person at any place that sells car stereos would be able to show you the right type of changer.
If your radio has a cd changer controller built into it, you need to check with the dealership to find out what the OEM changer would be. But a FM modulator will work with any car stereo.
Kenwood, Pioneer, JVC, Clarion, Alpine all sell FM modulator CD changers. I would not personally buy any of the cheaper no name brands. The money you save on the cost is not worth the difference in quality. Panasonic is a very good brand for car stereos but not home stereos, but I don't know if they make CD changers. if they do, that would be a good brand.