EMF's when using a radio vs. when playing a CD

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EMF's when using a radio vs. when playing a CD

electrohypersensitive
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I've been listening to a CD in a boombox for the past couple of days.  I can tolerate the EMF's.  However, today I've been playing the radio all day.  It is my imagination or are there more EMF's?  

Thanks in advance,

Electro-THISISFUN- HyperSensitive
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BruceM
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Modern radio receiver designs combine the received signal with an inter-modulation frequency (crystal oscillator) through a mixer circuit, then filtered via a crystal. The inter-modulation frequency is what you are noticing, as every receiver is a transmitter at that particular frequency.


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electrohypersensitive
Thanks.  Can you recommend a low EMF boombox?  
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JDark
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I would like to know that as well. I do not listen to radio, but love to play CDs and do not have the solar or the $$ for a stereo.
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