The Ebtech 2-Channel Hum Eliminator is a quick-and-easy way to eliminate AC hum and noise. Insert the Hum Eliminator in the line-level signal path after your preamp and it will break noisy ground loop... Read More
The Ebtech 2-Channel Hum Eliminator is a quick-and-easy way to eliminate AC hum and noise. Insert the Hum Eliminator in the line-level signal path after your preamp and it will break noisy ground loops without degrading your signal. Use it on long unbalanced lines that are especially vulnerable to noise. Many mixers don't have balanced monitor outs and aux sends, but you can make them quiet using Ebtech's Hum Eliminator. Includes 1/4" TRS smart jacks that convert automatically back and forth between balanced and unbalanced lines. Made in the USA.
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Works great, I've been running Guitar Rig 5 from my DAW, as soon as I would connect usb (computer to Rig Kontrol) I would get interference/hum. The Hum Eliminator installed on the instrument cable (Rig Kontrol to Amp) took care of it.
I bought this to put in line with my sterio main XLR's out to the amplifier from my mixing board. I have hum in the PA when I use my dimming can lights in the studio. This did nothing to stop the hum. I am returning it to guitar Center for my money back.
This is a great DI box that eliminates the ground loop issue that I have with my keyboards. This works with unbalanced or balanced signals out of the keyboard, whereas other cheaper DI boxes works with only unbalanced signals. Also, it does not degrade the sound quality. It's build quality is solid. If you have a keyboard, this item is a must. It works a lot better than using 2 single-channel DI boxes. Connectors feel robust. Made in USA, which is getting rare to find nowadays.
My problem was, I kept getting a subtle buzzing sound that was coming from one of my main synths (Motif ES 8). I thought I needed to upgrade to a new one because it was getting old; had it since 2004. The Hum Eliminator immediately took care of the problem.
I bought one and I have done three shows with it so far and I am well pleased. It didn't eleminate all the noise but I think it got rid of all the noise from my pedals. I am pleased with it. I'm glad I got it. I was getting a lot of noise from my Zoom pedal and this makes a huge diferance.
Have a Roland TD-20, which has been driving me, the band members and any sound guys with the constant hum. I tried direct boxes of all types, which would never totally eliminate the hum. While reading a Roland forum, someone suggested the "Ebtech 2-Channel Hum Eliminator". I took it out of the box, hooked it up and after two years of frustating hum, it is completely gone! What a relief!!
It works... plain and simple. I didn�ۡ���t know if it would, but I can turn the volume all the way up on my monitor now without any hum; before I was unable to turn the volume past the 25% mark, because the hum would just be unbearably annoying. Now I can crank it up, and everything sounds great. This is a bargain!
I use this unit to get rid of the noise that is not being generated by my gain level of my pre amp (Sans Amp PSA-1). I knew I needed this because I was getting a lot of noise even of clean settings and this took care of it right away. If you have noise because of a lot of distortion get a noise gate and if you have a lot of noise even when you don't have a lot of gain chances are you can benefit from this hum eliminator.
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