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My Ember has the metal plates, it sits less than 3 feet from my router, wireless, 2.5 ghz 5 ghz and cable modem, sits 2 feet from my pc , right next to my monitor and within 2 feet from wireless cell phone.  Used to have to put phone about five feet from Ember, but now with the metal chasis plates I have no problem with the phone interferring with the amp.  As always ymmv but this is what mine does

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Originally Posted by connieflyer View Post

My Ember has the metal plates, it sits less than 3 feet from my router, wireless, 2.5 ghz 5 ghz and cable modem, sits 2 feet from my pc , right next to my monitor and within 2 feet from wireless cell phone.  Used to have to put phone about five feet from Ember, but now with the metal chasis plates I have no problem with the phone interferring with the amp.  As always ymmv but this is what mine does
Mine has the acrylic cover and there is no router in the same room...yet it picks a lot of crap with certain tubes.

Perhps I should order the metal cover :-D
Edited by Tunkejazz - 8/30/15 at 10:24am
post #858 of 858

It seems to me, that with the metal chasis plates there is a resistor that you can connect to them to help with emi, I did not add it as I don't seem to have the problem but others have used it.  Why not ask Frans about it or Jeremy they may be able to help with that.

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