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This isn't the reason why AM sounds bad and FM sounds good. With AM radio, they're allowed to carry by FCC regulations about 11Khz on each side of the AM carrier. So audio is decent, your car radio has narrow filters in it so you maybe only get about 5-6Khz audio bandwidth, making it sound muddy and low quality.
So the answer to your question is that the point of havong AM radio is that AM Radio is reliable and has superior distance coverage, which are both key attributes for any station people rely on for important news and information.
It was the first method developed for making audio radio transmissions, and is still used worldwide, primarily for medium wave (also known as "AM band") transmissions, but also on the longwave and shortwave radio bands.
In AM, a radio wave known as the "carrier" or "carrier wave" is modulated in amplitude by the signal that is to be transmitted. FM is less prone to interference than AM. However, FM signals are impacted by physical barriers. FM has better sound quality due to higher bandwidth.
Seems so retro, but it is still useful. Nevertheless, AM radio has been in decline for years, with many AM stations going out of business each year. Nevertheless, AM radio has been in decline for years, with many AM stations going out of business each year. Now there are only 4,684 left as of the end of 2015.
The most obvious solution is to turn off the offending device. Temporarily switch the radio from AC power to battery power to see if the interference is coming from the electrical outlet. If the noise stops, a Radio Noise Filter/Surge Protector can dramatically reduce the interference.
Make sure the problem isn't external. Check the car radio ground connection. Unplug the radio antenna and check if the sound is still there. Check if moving the antenna wire removes static. Check if moving other wires removes the static.
To change the frequency please turn the car stereo ON and choose FM radio mode. Choose an open station/frequency where there is no radio broadcast. Adjust the transmitter's FM radio station to match the FM radio station of your car stereo by pressing/holding button for a few seconds.
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