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.
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?
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.