Question about Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console
Cables are sometimes expensive for a reason: They offer more or less sheilding from grounds of various
sources, including your own body.
Whatever cables you are using are allowing a 60 Hz hum to interfere with your enjoyment of your unit.
Since the cables have to be in close proximity with both your body and the back of the unit, which emits
a 60Hz signal, from your house wiring, which becomes the humming noise you experience, the AV cables
should be heavily sheilded so as to protect the signal from your MP3 player from interference by the 60Hz
signal to increase the signal to noise ratio and thereby reduce your hum.
So, shop for the cables with the least loss and the highest signal to noise ratio. And enjoy!
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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