Question about HDCVT SCART/ HDMI to HDMI Video Converter Box 1080P Scaler 3.5mm & Coaxial Audio Out
Everytime I put my dvd recorder on, I have constant electrical interference going up the screen,
You need to figure out how the interference is getting inside.
Look at the external connections.
HDMI Cable or Perhaps the Power Connector.
Noise from the power cable would be most likely.
A Ferrite Bead can often be clipped onto power lead to dampen electrical noise. Electronics supply stores have these.
If an AC to DC external box is used. What is the required DC input to your DVD ?
For example if the AC is dropped to 12v DC and then plugged into player via a small connector. You could get your own connector and supply from a 12v vehicle battery. Be careful to maintain correct polarity to tip of connector.
Use a cheap multimeter to check voltage & polarity.
Substitution....This would prove that the noise source is from the Power Supply.
Posted on Apr 07, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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