When you say CD, is it an MP3 CD? And when you say radio, is it satellite radio? Sometimes digital signals have a "hiccup" and this is the sound I get. I don't have satellite radio, but its still a digital signal. If the CD is burned by "blemished" files, you can get that morse code sound.
If you get it with a regular CD and regualr radio, I have no idea.
i have cingular, and no walkie talkie, and my phone always messes with speakers. the TV, head phones, comptuer, truck, it messes with them all. but normally only when it rings. sometimes for some freak reason it will do it with out it ringing, but only for a couple seconds.
yeah dude its just your phone. doont worry about it. turn your phone off and you willl never hear it, but i dont think its that big of a deal, id rather get all my phone calls and texts than cry about a little noise for a couple seconds every once in a whle
Mine is also cingular w/o a walkie but it does this even more than my tmobile did, just out of the blue not even when getting a call or text message. I have not noticed it in my new fronty yet though, I usually keep the phone in my pocket or one of the front cup holders.
Cell phones make that noise whenever they ring or sometimes to update tower info. Cell phones are very cheaply made and I really don't know how they even pass the FCC standards set for not screwing with other electronics.
pretty much anything with active speakers will be affected by cellphones. The electromagnetic flux that the cell signal creates passes through the wires in the stereo causing a change in voltage in the wires (induction)