Rid your iPhone/speaker set-up of the GSM buzz blues

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Nothing kills a freeway Pandora jam session faster than the freaky-deaky alien speak that is GSM interference washing out your tunes. Once the pulsing of a GSM phone’s RF transmitter finds its way to a poorly shielded speaker, all hope of actually enjoying the music is lost.

If you’re only using the iPod functionality of your iPhone, switching the phone into airplane mode is one option. Without GSM radio, there’s no GSM interference. Of course, that also means there’s no way to transmit voice or data. Missing important calls sucks, as does not being able to stream your tunes.

So what’s an on-the-go audio lover to do? Find out over at MobileCrunch.

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