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Strange noises when changing songs

Sounds like Voice support or radio is playing when I change songs by remote or the faceplate, sometimes it makes buzzing or ringing tone, sometimes it works just fine and other it doesn't. Any suggestions?

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I have had two of this exact radio and wish that the first one had not been stolen.Just a quick question, do you have any subwoofers or a disk changer installed in the vehicle? With my replacement radio (it is very picky about operating temperature), I have noticed that cheap audio cables tend to produce feedback that is mostly heard between songs and a bad j-bus cable will cause feedback from the disk changer.

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