Hi all, this is my first post here so apologies if I put this in the wrong area. I tried the Search function but it doesnt seem to be working. My current home setup at the mo is a Sony Bravia HD LCD TV, a standard Sky+ box, DVD player/recorder and the XBox 360. I recently bought a wireless 2.4Ghz AV sender so that while I am playing the 360 in HD the wife can watch the Sky+ upstairs. I simply used a Scart splitter and set this up without any problems. I can get a lovely picture on the TV upstairs but there are several horizontal lines across the screen accompanied with a clicking sound. Long story short but its the Xbox power supply causing the problems. If I disconnect the Xbox power supply from the mains or unplug it from the back of the Xbox the interference disappears. Its not picking up this interference from the scart leads as I disconnected the Scart lead on the transmitter behind the TV downstairs and the TV upstairs was still recieving the interference. I am 100% certain the interference is caused by the Xbox power supply but I cant get rid of it. I have tried moving the power supply as far away from the rest of the stuff as I can, no change, I have tried plugging the Av sender into a different power socket across the room, no change. I have even purchased a single surge protected plug and put both the Av sender(no change) and the Xbox PSU on it but to no avail. I know of other people on other unrelated forums with this problem but noone seems to have found a cure yet. Any suggestions would be appreciated to save my Xbox being thrown through the window by my irate missus! Thanks Paul.