Discussion in 'DJ's, MC's & Turntablism' started by muzzadj, Oct 26, 2013.
How do you get rid of it?!
throw it in the bin meight.
ground loop isolators have worked for some people in the past
I've been having all sorts of feedback problems between my monitors and desktop. Lots of people assumed I have a laptop and have suggested unplugging the charger to get rid of the feedback. Obviously I can't do that because my computer will not work and that's not a long-term solution for you! I use speech recognition software and the guys who run that forum (one of whom used to run a music studio) have advised getting a ground loop isolator so I have just ordered an ART DTI.
One of these?
Not too sure where I would go about connecting it if so! Nice one Teddy
i think so muzza. i needed one for a car stereo once but never to record mixes.
as per my understanding the power from the charging is interfering and creating a buzzing noise.
if you use one of those you could.. i think anyway...
plug this into back of your mixer
the end of that cable in the ground loop isolator
then from ground loop into line in using http://www.harriscomm.com/media/cat...5d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/h/c/hc-ir2012rca_1_1.jpg
or even one of these (about £20) http://www.behringer.com/assets/UCA202_P0484_FrontPerspective_XL.jpg
you probably want much shorter cables tho.
i take it everything is fine when the charger is not plugged in ?
That seems to be a great solution when it comes to recording so thanks man.
Difficult to see a way I can use it for when i'm not recording though. Unless I run a phono cable out my master, into the isolator, then back in to the mixer as an input? Is that possible do you think?
ahhh.... ok so your using a dvs and getting feedback through your speakers right?
Yea I had this issue for months and was recently told by a technician at work that it's because the sound parts in a laptop are not grounded so you need to use a ground isolator available in somewhere like maplins, haven't tried it yet tho.
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