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  1. General Service and Technical Information
    I want to ground my cable splitter. the other day i grounded it to the cold copper pipe. but then today i saw the water service that came in the house is not copper but some sort of pvc. so i was wondering if i can ground to the electric panel? thank you in advance for advice.
  2. System Setup and Connection
    New a/v receiver SC-68. Power cord does not have a ground terminal, so ... the receiver itself is not grounded. I assume it is built like a power tool which might be advertised as "double insulated." But, well, I guess I am a little worried about electrical shock and stuff. Without a grounded...
  3. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Hey everyone, I've been reading through a lot of these diy posts and from what I gather the sound to price ratio is unbeatable if you have the capability and tools to construct a box yourself. Just recently landed two jobs for the summer and will have some extra cash, and being patient I feel...
  4. AV Home Theater
    My ART cleanbox has the amazing ability to double as a radio antenna. Is there an easy way to ground this thing? It of course uses a 12v ac to dc adapter.
  5. Electronic Processing/Equalization Devices
    Hi guys, I need some advice. I get a huge ground loop hum using my ep2500 through my sub rendering the system useless. When I disconnect the coax from the back of the cable box, ground loop hum goes away and I can use my system. I can add a cheater plug to the ep2500, and it works perfectly...
  6. General Service and Technical Information
    Grounding Proper grounding is essential to the protection and proper operation of home electronics. Electrical codes require that all signal lines entering the home, as well as masts for antenna systems (including satellite dishes) must be grounded to the ground rod for the electrical system...
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