Panasonic Viera TH42PE30 help

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  1. sunderland

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    i have just set it up and i love it but could someone please tell me what the ferrite core connections are for please i thought they would be for my power cables please help
     
  2. brackenlamb

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    i have a bag of them came with the veira .not sure about them really ,i think they are an interferance supressor,but someone on here will know.
    on a lighter note,my local currys are selling the 42 inch veira for £3995. lol
     
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    Ferrites provide a cost effective means of reducing EMI. Cores are most frequently used to suppress common mode EMI on the internal and external cable assemblies of electronic equipment. They may also be successfully used on power cables that carry digital or analog signaling.
     
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    I have one on my power cable and one on my VGA cable on my LCD monitor on my PC (was like that when I bought it) so would I use them on these for the plasma?
     

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