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To the "hearing voices" posts:

Possible solution.

Make sure you are using an encrypted wireless signal from your router. Always use the strongest encryption possible - WPA2. If necessary, change the channel your router is broadcasting on and keep all sharing off.

Unwanted signals (voices, commentary, etc) are common where there are lots of wireless users. Apartment buildings, university dorms, clustered housing areas, etc. That's why you should always use a strong encrypted signal from your router. Also set the router to broadcast your SSID.

It won't filter out all the crosstalk, but it may help.

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