Why does my MacBook Pro pick up 2 way radios? I am not CRAZY. It does... I have recorded it to prove it http://dl.dropbox.com/u/610721/Audio.mov. I bought my MacBook Refurbished from Apple, so I do not know if it's caused by something they fixed before I bought it or what may be the issue. I have upgraded the ram to 8GB (keeping the original 4GB aside) and I believe this issue has been happening before me upgrading, can not remember when I first realize this. As far as I know, this only goes out of the Analog audio port and not the internal speakers of the MacBook. This may be due to the Wifi and/or Bluetooth being on, so cannot say. To record the audio: I opened QuickTime, took the speaker I use normally and placed it over the left speaker of the MacBook as that's where the Microphone is and pushed the record button on QuickTime, why it's so short and not understandable, but I can promise I heard words come out of it as well and it was just too short me to start the recording and so on. This obviously only happens whenever someone is talking on that frequency within range to where my MacBook can pick it up, I haven't noticed this with my previous MacBook so I am pretty sure this is just an issue with the MacBook and not my massive audio setup I have with my speakers. If I can get some advice on this issue, I'll really appreciate it. -- Edit It gets amplified whenever I turn up the volume on the MacBook itself.