Okay, I guess this falls into the electrical engineering category. Ever since I moved into my house, I've noticed this odd problem of picking up a particular FM radio station on my phone receivers as well as it bleeding through across ALL the FM stations. I only have this problem in my house, not in my car, not on cell phones, not anywhere else in town. I never really knew what caused it and it's really only a minor nuisance. Well, not long ago, I had a set of speakers plugged in and turned on with no receiver connected (it's an old set that I used to use on a computer, but had just been plugging a small CD player into and had disconnected the CD player). They started playing that same radio station! Is it possible I'm somehow picking up this radio station through my household electrical wiring? Or is there some other way this interference can be occurring? I realized I don't pick up this interference on a battery-operated radio, only if it's plugged in. And, then the big question...if I AM picking this up on my electrical wiring, does that mean something is wrong with the wiring that I need to get an electrician in to fix something, or does that mean there's something wrong with how the radio station is transmitting their signal and I should be calling and complaining to them or the FCC or something? Or is this just some weird quirk from living in too close of proximity to the radio tower (I'm not sure where they are exactly, but I think they transmit from someplace near my house).