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RE: The modern question

I don't have any issues on any of my audio systems however,an RF spectrum analyzer is the only way to really know how much noise is present.You would be surprised at just how much digital noise and RF interference can affect amplification,even tho we may not think we hear it. Shielding and grounding is most important,when it comes to repelling noise or interference.

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