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Re: [RFI] From CO8LY

To: rfi@contesting.com, Eduardo Somoano C <co8ly@frcscu.ciges.inf.cu>
Subject: Re: [RFI] From CO8LY
From: Sergio Orozco <xe1ct@yahoo.com.mx>
Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2010 14:13:53 -0700 (PDT)
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Hola Eduardo, it sounds like some RF is coupled into your computer´s speaker 
system. It happened here some time ago, what I did first was to put some 
ferrite clamps in every wire coming/going from/to the speakers, that helped but 
eventually changed to a different speaker brand.

Hola Eduardo, a mi me paso tambien hace tiempo, lo que hice fue colocar 
ferritas en los cables de bocinas y del transformador que alimenta a las 
bocinas, esto ayudo, pero termine cambiando la marca de las bocinas por otras 
de mejor construccion.

Hope this help.

Sergio, xe1ct.

--- El lun 12-abr-10, Eduardo Somoano C <co8ly@frcscu.ciges.inf.cu> escribió:

> De:: Eduardo Somoano C <co8ly@frcscu.ciges.inf.cu>
> Asunto: [RFI] From CO8LY
> A: rfi@contesting.com
> Fecha: lunes, 12 de abril de 2010, 18:18
> Hello to All
> I need some solution or explanation for the because when TX
> in CW or SSB you
> it puts the speaker (horns) of the computer, this happens
> me it is with
> 100watt that with 500 watt.
> I wait their answer eagerly.
> A million thank you in advance.
> Strong hug 73.-
> Eduardo. CO8LY
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