Question about XM Radio (XMP6000)
After I installed my XM radio, the AM stations got interference from the power supply. It initially went away when I disconnected the power supply. However, this morning I heard a brief buzz and now the AM is fuzzy all of the time, even when no power is going to the XM radio. I don't have any clear AM stations now. Any ideas what might have happened?
I have to disconnect the power supply (I installed a switch) to shut off entirely the XM power supply as it will wipe-out your AM reception. Nothing you can do other than put in a switch. Even if the XM unit is OFF, you will still get the interference from the power supply.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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