I would say one product's immunity over another will even depend on
model within the brand. None of them will have the filtering you would like
to see. Plan on hooking it all up using "good engineering practice". In
other words, speaker wires not cut at resonant lengths, maybe even shielded
speaker wire, several ferrites. At least this is what I have learned with
mine and my neighbor's stereo. GL.
NM6R - Ray
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----- Original Message -----
From: Cady, Fred <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, October 03, 1999 04 55
Subject: [RFI] RF immune Stereo Components?
> I am planning to buy a new stereo system and the choices locally are
> Denon (never heard of them before but thats what the local upscale hifi
> store touts), Yamaha, Kenwood and Sony. Anybody have any good or bad
> things to say about any of thes or other suggestions?
> Thanks, 73,
> Fred KE7X
> Fred Cady
> Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
> Montana State University
> Bozeman, MY 59717
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