Can't have my Bionic near a Radio or External Speakers

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    Well, I've seen something like this before with an older BlackBerry, you could always tell when a call was coming through because any speaker around you that was turned on would go nuts.
    We'll I'm having that issue with the Bionic, but it's not just when a call comes in, it's when the network fluctuates or when I recieve an email or text and sometimes just random.
    I am using the desktop dock while I'm at work but the power source is near my radio and i have speakers hooked up to my computer. Sometimes it's so long and loud that I have to shut everything off or move my Bionic to the other side of my desk.

    Anyone else get this?
     
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    Yes. It does it over my wired headset at work. My Thunderbolt also did it.
     
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    That's the GSM radio for you. One of the few drawbacks to 4g (besides battery drain). If you have ever had any AT&T or T-mobile phone, it does the same thing. It is extremely frustrating. If you turn the 4g radio off, you won't have that problem. Of course then you won't have 4g. :)
     
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    i couldnt even talk on the phone it was so annoying
     
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    Same thing happened on my Thunderbolt.. It's the 4G radio..
     
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    Don't seem to have that issue. And I keep my thunderbolt next to my radio and speakers. And I'm familiar with that buzzing noise when I used to have a gsm phone from ATT.

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