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Thread: Suggestions for a Video Ground Loop Isolator...

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    Suggestions for a Video Ground Loop Isolator...



    As you can see, my video output is doing a little dance. I haven't ruled out plain old interference yet, but wanted to see if there are any video ground loop isolators that anyone has used and been happy with.

    Any preferences?

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    I tried using my audio one once.... That didn't go over to well

    It just blacked the screen.
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    Yeah, the audio GLI's don't work too well on video.

    The only ones I can find are mad expensive. I guess I'll keep looking.

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    Is that a 6.4"? It looks wide.. more like a 7" wide screen...

    Or is your site out of date?
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    Yeah, it's out of date. You're right, it's a 7" Redant. The only new stuff I've put on my site is my sourcecode to my player and the new pictures.

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    Its hard to tell from a still image, but it doesn't look like a ground loop. More like interference, or possibly a bad cable. Is the Redant an NTSC unit? If so, I would look to upgrading your video cable, may not be shielded well enough.

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    I had that problem and it went away with a new cable. I got some kind of car video specialty cable from the local tweeter. I think monster cable made it.

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