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Ferrite Cores ?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by 008, Aug 14, 2004.

  1. 008

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    Ive just bought a Panny 42PA20 Wow what a good chioce.
    Does anyone know what to do with the supplied ferrite cores ?
     
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    They are only for any computer equipment for may wish to hook up, or for a camcorder etc via the front panel inputs.
    You don't need them for scarts, component etc.
     
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    The ferrite core should be placed on the power lead, as close as possible to the plug that connects to the display.
    It is designed to eliminate RF interference.
    They are not for use on video or audio hookups.
     
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    The only Ferrite cores I have ever seen go on each end of PC monitor leads!
     
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    Good choice of panel 008. You wont regret it
     

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