|Originally posted by morphsci
BTW, looks like I will be buying a custom BPT transformer also. It will be two BP Jrs in a bigger case. I am very impressed with BPT and their willingness to make sure you have the exact product you need.
So let me get this straight -- you ordered a bigger chassis (not the smaller BP-jr chassis) with two 300VA balanced transformers inside instead of one 300VA and one 1000VA transformer? If so, that's very cool. That would probably be the best bang-for-the-buck configuration for a dedicated headphone rig. I didn't even think about that. Do I have your configuration right?
|Originally posted by Hamsta
Cheers for the ridiculously rapid reply, Jude.
Can't say I have any unused Ethernet PC Card dongles lying around, whatever the heck they are ! I'm guessing the nice guys at Surplustronics may be able to help me out on that one too.
Unless you want to put the ferrites on a headphone cord, I'd probably recommend a bigger ferrite with the looping first (since it sounds like you're using it for a thinner wallwart cord). Of course, if you're going to use it on a headphone cord (I have two little ones on each of my home headphone cords), then finding the little ones would be worthwhile.
|Originally posted by Serow
Raymondlin, whenever there is current flowing through a wire, there must be a corresponding magnetic field created around the wire. The ferrites act as filter, presenting a resistance to the high frequency magnetic fields only.
raymondlin, before I purchased the Brick Wall, I did use several ferrites for noise suppression (suppressing noise from my refrigerator and sump pump primarily) by placing ferrites on the power cords of my offending equipment, as well as my headphone rig.
I mention it in the following post: