Audio Ground Loop Isolator

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Inline Audio Ground Loop Isolator

Ground loops are a common problem in audio installations - often made worse by the presence of RF. This neat ground loop isolator will fix many of these problems!

  • Ideal for connecting portable devices including smartphones, tablets and laptops to external sound gear
  • In-line dual isolation transformer eliminates hum and other noise caused by ground loops, while providing protection to the portable device
  • Stereo in and out
    • Input: 1 x 3.5 mm stereo jack plug
    • Output: 1 x 3.5 mm female stereo jack socket
  • Isolation transformer housed in a slim, in-line cylindrical metal enclosure for best screening
  • Highly flexible cable is terminated with rugged molded connectors with strain reliefs
  • Input/output impedance: 600 Ohms - perfect for all our audio devices
  • Frequency range: 0 - 0.5dB (input to output), 50 Hz - 20 kHz
  • Distortion: <0.02% @ 1 kHz, 0 dBu
  • Lead length: 0.3 m

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  • 5
    ground-loop isolator

    Posted by Paul English on 11th Feb 2021

    I have one of the earlier version of the ground-loop isolator and it works superbly between my transceiver audio output and my WolfWave audio processor.

  • 5
    Works fine - filters away RFI

    Posted by Daniel Scheidegger on 30th Dec 2019

    Quick delivery. Everything works fin. Good service.

  • 5
    It's okay!

    Posted by Burmeister, Dieter on 1st Sep 2019

    No problems - it works real good!

  • 3
    AUDIO GROUND LOOP ISOLATOR

    Posted by Brad Rich on 2nd Jun 2019

    I plugged in at the audio output of a IC 7610. The audio output was dropped by at least 3 db (1/2) and could not use it there. I ended up putting in on the sound output of my computer where it seems to work OK. I had more ground loop problems on my computer so it makes sense at the computer.