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RE: Wireless Router Contamination of Sound?

Could be the circuit it's on, noise through that rather than RF. Those microwave units that cycle power (in a way I don't know, but it's obvious they do) when not cooking at full power can be a potent AC line noise source.

Edit: forgot to mention that some routers allow to adjust the transmit power. For instance, mine can be set over a range of 0 to 255, with 42 being "normal". I run at 10, reaches throughout my house but is sometimes a tad shakey in the garage...

Edits: 06/21/12

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