What device can I use to interfere with my noisy neighbours stereo?

My neighbors aren't too bad, just slightly irritating most of the time, there music is right near my wall so surely there must be something electric or electronic I can use to interfere with it lol.   It's not as if I would spoiling there fun because they have other places to go.

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  • 1 month ago

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  • 2 months ago

    Talk to your landlord or property manager about it.

    ps: Check your grammar, you misspelled there twice.

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  • 2 months ago

    Only a much louder system would interfere,

    and that would only add to the problem.

    One exception: If they listen to a radio station,

    you could use a transmitter on the same frequency to "jam" it.

    I won't go into any details because jamming is flat-out ILLEGAL

    and could make you liable for thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars in fines.

    In other words, you need a remedy that won't disturb anyone

    as much as the noise disturbs you.

    Consider moving as a viable option.

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  • 2 months ago

    ONLY ONE WAY, PUT A SET OF HIGH POWER SPEAKERS FACE TO THE SAME WALL 6 INCHES AWAY AND PLAYING LOUD CLASSICAL MUSIC , OR CALL THE POLICE IF THEY STILL PLAYING LOUD AT NIGHT AFTER 11PM.

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  • 2 months ago

    It's called your mouth. Ask them to move the stereo to the other side of the room.

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  • 2 months ago

    Nothing like that is legal to buy the FCC comes down hard on anyone who sells that.

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