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HUM & BUZZ IN UNBALANCED INTERCONNECT SYSTEMS

@inproceedings{An2001HUMB,
  title={HUM \& BUZZ IN UNBALANCED INTERCONNECT SYSTEMS},
  author={Jensen An and Bill Whitlock},
  year={2001}
}
ORIGINS OF HUM Often sound systems exhibit strange and perplexing behavior such as hum that appears and disappears when power to other equipment, not even part of the audio system, is switched on or off! Traditional methods to eliminate hum often seem more like voo-doo than engineering and, more often than not, are trial and error exercises that end only when someone says "I can live with that". This author has previously written about balanced lines in audio systems, so this paper will be… 
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Bill Whitlock has designed pro audio and video electronics and systems for 30 years and holds several patents including the InGenius® balanced input circuit and the ExactPower® waveform-correcting ac power voltage regulator.

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