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In Reply to: Dirty dedicated line? posted by FrankC on May 4, 2012 at 13:03:45:
It is a very good idea to place the audio breakers on the same phase to avoid grounding issues.
As for noise on the dedicated lines,how are the breakers arranged vis a vis the others? I noticed in my home, normally the heavy current draw appliances are located closest to the incoming line. In other words, the heater, oven, AC, etc, are placed at the top of the breaker box. I had the breakers rearranged and placed my audio breakers closer to the incoming line and that made an audible difference.
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Topic - Dirty dedicated line? - FrankC 13:03:45 05/04/12 (7)
- Thanks & Update - FrankC 12:45:12 05/21/12 (0)
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- RE: Dirty dedicated line? - MrDerrick 15:57:27 05/04/12 (0)
- RE: Dirty dedicated line? - unclestu 13:35:03 05/04/12 (3)