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Electro-Magnetic Compatibility-or How to Avoid Hum Pick Up from the Water Pipes in Your Studio Environment

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Grounding is considered by some to be an art. The reason why some systems work, and others do not work, is not always clear. This paper discusses the large number of difficulties that arise from the use of Multiple-Point Grounding in studio environments. The Multiple-Point Grounding philosophy is popular today and is recommended by most EMC specialists.

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