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 Does an FM receiver help with radio static?

Answer In most cases, yes. With an FM receiver, your radio will remain at a constant amplitude, even if the signal frequency varies. Without an FM receiver, when both the frequency and amplitude vary at o... Read More »
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Does a HD radio/Xm radio/7.1 home theater receiver exist?

It's about $1600.00, but yes, it exists. Here is a link for you to check out the specs for the Integra DTV-9.8.It does look pretty cool, and I was wondering myself if it existed. Awesome question.
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Why does my radio go static when my furnace is running?

Answer try plugging in your radio in a different wall plug. you might be sharing the same circuit causing noise in the line.
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Why Does My Car AM Radio Have Static When I Accelerate?

Vehicle electrical systems interact in a number of ways -- some predictable and some rather surprising. The electrons coursing through your car's copper veins do more than just power the accessorie... Read More »
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Would it be wonderful to have a radio receiver with a screen?

Yes its called Television :)) Actually something similar to that is happening in AUS. We recently changed to digital radio and the radio stations can send info onto the screen such as album info.
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