The Hum X filters out unwanted voltage and current in the ground line that cause ground loop hum while simultaneously maintaining a solid, safe ground. >More
The Ebtech HEXLR Hum Eliminator is designed to eliminate 60 cycle hum (60Hz AC signal) caused by Ground Loops. It is also designed to convert unbalanced lines to a true balanced lines (and vice versa). Why? Unbalanced lines are more susceptible to picking up electrical noise and RF interference. >More
The DTI (Dual Transformer/Isolater) is a high-quality, totally passive audio interface that uses a pair of high-performance transformers to totally separate input and output signal grounds, thereby isolating two systems and reducing hum and ground-loop noise. The DTI's audio transformers have an extremely flat and wide frequency response and can handle high signal levels while maintaining an isolated balanced output. >More
This ultra-compact 2-channel hum destroyer may be small in size, but there is nothing lacking in its performance. This super-compact solution removes AC hum and noise quickly, easily and reliably. Ground loops are safely broken while the highest sonic quality is maintained. Plus, the HD400 automatically converts unbalanced signals into balanced without any signal loss. The unit carries two 1/4 in. TRS inputs and outputs for 2 mono or 1 stereo signal. >More
The Hosa GLT-255 Ground Lifter is designed to eliminate interference associated with ground loops. >More
The Radial IceCube IC-1 is a balanced line level isolator designed to quickly eliminate hum and buzz problems in an audio system by simply inserting it into the signal path. Measuring just over 4" x 1" (10 x 4cm), the compact design begins with two super-duty glass-filled nylon XLRs at each end with heavy duty nickel-silver contacts that will not tarnish over time. >More
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