Of the many annoyances that afflict any audio/video home entertainment or an easy music setting up, the notorious “ground loop” could well be the most difficult and persistent someone to locate and prevent.

Of the many annoyances that afflict any audio/video home entertainment or an easy music setting up, the notorious “ground loop” could well be the most difficult and persistent someone to locate and prevent.

A “ground loop” was as a result of the difference in electrical potential at different grounding points in an audio/video program.

(All the grounds in an A/V program should preferably become at “0” prospective.) a floor cycle generally adds a deafening low-frequency hum or buzz once you connect in just about any of varied music or video hardware, including subwoofers, cable-TV outboard cardboard boxes, satellite-TV feeds, television exhibits, amplifiers, A/V receivers or turntables. The buzz/hum is a byproduct for the multiple power supply wiring and a ground current differential in your system and its own system of interconnecting wires. Continue reading “Of the many annoyances that afflict any audio/video home entertainment or an easy music setting up, the notorious “ground loop” could well be the most difficult and persistent someone to locate and prevent.”