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Thread: Lilliput works perfectly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer
    Yes,, and tried the phase.
    i know this might sound obvious but just thinking aloud, nothing new in the place youve mounted it causing rf interference is there? like high current dc cables?

    this would cause wavy lines etc...

    matt.

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    It's not mounted yet.

    Had from the very first day I got it.


    Still in doors testing. Have also tried it in the car. (in fact rebuilding PC that's in there at the moment with it.)

    gets a little worse the longer it's on.

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