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Old 14th October 2004, 07:47 AM   #1
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Question How save is a ground loop breaker?

Ok...built Holtons lateral amp, it works.
The only problem I have is a hum (with harmonics). It only occours when I connect preamp/cd/dvd...
These have only the 2 pole plugs, so don't have a seperate ground connection really. So I guess the hum comes from a ground loop.
I want to try the ground loop breaker mentioned by rod elliot.
My question now is: How save is such a thing?
Is there still a real ground connection? And if there is, how does it work then?
Thank you for all replys!
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