My wife and I moved to a new home and in the computer room, I've been hearing things. I'm not gonna lie, it was freaking me out. Then I realized that I'm picking up radio chatter, from what I thought was CB radio as we have a freighting company near by. I was wrong. A neighbor at the end of our road has a shit load of antenna's on his roof, of which it appears is HAM radio. I can hear him through my speakers when he transmits which is annoying as hell. I'm using Logitech Z-2200 speaker that I got YEARS ago. My first guess is that the speaker cabling wasn't shielded and I'm SOL. However, before I rule that as the case, I wanted to double check. Is there anything that can be done to "fix" this so I don't hear him? Am I forced to buy a new pair of speakers? If so, I was looking at the AudioEngine speakers as I know they've had a few sales recently. I noticed that they are individually powered, and I'd be able to hook them up to my Sound Blaster Z. However, what would I do for a sub? Since I'm a big gamer (FPS, BF4) I cannot be without my Bass from explosions and what not. Am I to assume I'd need a receiver to get a system like this to work? If I'm forced to buy new speakers, I didn't want to go for my lungs as I'm also in the process of building my HT setup which is costing me a pretty penny as is. What is recommended if I can't fix this interference issue. Thanks!