On Mon, 15 Feb 1999 01:36:26 -0500 "Billy W. Cox Jr., AA4NU"
>Moved some things around in the station
>recently, and noticed now that with the amp
>ABOVE the monitor, there is a "ripple"
>or "jumpiness" now when the amp is on.
>Any proven "cures" for this ? Amp is an
>AL-1200 and the monitor is a real IBM
>VGA 8513 ... From the bottom of the amp
>to the very top of the monitor case is 2 - 3"...
>See many pictures with other setups,
>and their spacing appears to be much
>close than what I am using, so perhaps
>there is an easy/simple solution.
>Sorry for such a "basic" question, but I
>know someone else has been down
>this road before ... this should be an
>easy one, compared to the recent topics.
>Thanks, and have a great week !
>73 Billy AA4NU
Had the same problem here. Moved the monitor and all was fine until I
used the rotator control.
Cure was to use steel shelving to stack gear on since my horizontal real
estate is limited. With the AL-1200, moving the monitor to the right
side may help.
73 Carl KM1H
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