It only happens when I run the cable through a surge protector , and only on channels 2-5. I think the one length of cable must be screwed up because it only does it with the this one length of cable and not the others I have tried.
Other stations though have alot of intereference, such as scan lines.
I was hoping for an easy inline filter to knock down some of these signals and frequencies
Joined: Jan 24, 2003
Posted: 2003-01-31 17:41
Try grounding the shield of the cable connector to the same ground as your equipment and see if that helps. I found on my house that the cable co just connected the external ground to my water pipes, which were not a good ground as it turns out, since my main line is made out of PVC. Connecting the ground outside to the ground strip in my breaker panel fixed a lot of the problems.
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You have a cable with an open shield connection. Make sure all of your cable runs are of good-quality QUAD-shielded RG-6, with securely-crimped connections. You can purchase reasonably-good ready-made cables from Radio Shack or even Home Depot... but don't throw your money away on Monster brand products. They're mediocre products at a premium price.
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