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Will the PHE400 (2-Ch.Hum/Noise Eliminator) operate also like a signal splitter? For instance, if I plug a XLR microphone in, will the signal produce from both the XLR male output AND the 1/4" TRS output?
Hi. I received my Hum/Noise Eliminator 2-channel box for my bass guitar rig. I have a humming noise when I turn up my volume. Do I plug a cable from my bass to the "In" on Channel #1, and the another cable from the "Out" channel from Channel #1 to where I normally plug my bass to my amp? In addition, would I need to also plug the amp output to an Input channel #2 and the output #2 from your device to the cabinet? I know it may be a simple question but I have to ask. Thanks.
Only use this for low signal applications such as your instrument. Amp speaker output to Speaker cabinet is not applicable
Hello, I've just received the PHE400 and plugged it in between the microphone output (via 48V phantom power supply) and the microphone input on my computer (Acer Aspire). I've tried two different inputs, the regular headset jack (Realtek sound chip) and Creative Soundblaster Play3 external USB soundcard). Each time I get a buzz. I DON'T get any buzz when using my regular headset in either input. And I also only get a slight hum when I *bypass* the hum eliminator and plug the mic input in directly (which is why I bought it in the first place). So is your product faulty? Or am I doing something wrong? (I'm in Thailand, where we have 220V and 50Hz mains electricity.)
Please contact us through our email support system so we can assist you further. Simply Go to pyleusa.com click on the CONNECT tab then on the drop-down choose Contact Us. Fill out the form and in the last part, you will have an option to write your Subject, and also on the comment box, you can write your concern about the product. Please allow at least 12 to 24 hours for someone to get back to you. You can also contact our support hotline at 718-535-1800 ext 2 during weekdays from 9 am to 6 pm EST.
Hi, I'm trying to eliminate what appears to be a ground loop hum/buzz in my guitar amp. Would your product also work on the Australian mains electricity voltage and frequency? (230V and 50Hz) Thanks
Do you have any frequency response data for this product?
There is no Frequency response on our data sheet
Does it have 1:1 isolation transformer or 11:1 isolation transformer?
Uses 11:1 Isolation Transformers to Break Loop Antenna and Balance Audio Lines