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Old 6th June 2014, 07:13 PM   #71
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By the way, I have had great success with those things. For example, when I integrated my VSPS phono pre-amp into my main pre-amp, I used CAT5E as internal interconnects. Little did I know that each would act as an antenna. The result was that I could hear every local radio station simultaneously at a very low level, as long as the phono cartridge had no input (no record playing). It didn't bother me that much because it was way down in the noise floor and I couldn't hear it when I listened to records. But then I added one of those ferrite bead clamps to both my TT interconnect and between my pre-amp and amp, and the radio noise is gone.
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