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When using my phone and an aux cable I get feedback in my calls through my car stereo. Is there any fix for this?

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Buy a better cable. I noticed a little more noise when using my aux cable over my samsung, i think this thing just has more science going on that causes magnetic interference.
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What cable did you buy and did it eliminate the feedback?

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I have an old shielded cable that I've had for years. I got it off amazon for like $12. Monster Cable is going to be one of the better commercially popular companies you can buy, but the price is usually on the steep side. I've always had good luck getting their products in a pinch at Best Buy.
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When using my phone and an aux cable I get feedback in my calls through my car stereo. Is there any fix for this?

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You could look into a ground loop isolator, some are cheap on Amazon.
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You could look into a ground loop isolator, some are cheap on Amazon.
Hi Guys,

I agree with IgwanaRob for this one. I have experienced this issue not only with the PadFone X but with other phones as well. I would recommend the isolator to see if it resolves your issue.
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You can install a filter on the radio side to help with this.

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