I have a vexing problem with my Sirius radio sound quality that's driving me nuts! Any ideas for fixing the problem would be greatly appreciated. I use an Audiovox plug n play unit in a home docking unit that I connected to my Elan home sound system. The problem is a terrible crackling noise when I listen to Sirius radio in my home. It sounds like someone's frying bacon in the system - the louder the volume, the worse the noise. I can't figure out how to make the noise stop. Now, here are some additional details... When I use the system in the car, the sound is crystal clear. Also, if I listen to the unit with ear buds while it's docked in the house, the sound is crystal clear. Therefore, I don't think the radio is the problem. It's only when I connect the system to my Elan system that I hear the "frying bacon". Lest you think you have a solution already, please read on. I also have a home theatre system, CD player, and FM Tuner also hooked up to my Elan system. None of these sources have the "frying bacon" crackling noise problem. They all sound great. A few months ago, a friend recommended a ground loop isolator to resolve the problem. It actually worked great - except that the problem seems to have slowly returned. I then put ground loop isolators on the other sources, but this did not help. I turned the Audiovox system's FM transmitter off. This did not help. I have an inline amplifier to boost the signal coming out of the Sirius radio and into the Elan system amplifier. I disconnected this, but it did not help. I have an outdoor antenna for my sirius unit and needed two 30 ft antenna extensions to get from it to my home docking station location. I generally have a good signal at three bars, sometimes two. This doesn't seem to make a difference. Can anyone suggest what the problem could be and how to make it quit?!?!?