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Re: RFI problem



Group, the conductive spray paint sounds like a good idea. I have the 
same problems with my neighbor.
I also interfere with his cheap weather radio. I found this web site 
doing a search. Scroll down to super shield on the site.  
http://www.lessemf.com/paint.html     73 Tom N9RPQ

KC8ZBC wrote:

>You can also get conductive spray paint in a spray can. I've used it in
>the past to spray the inside of plastic enclosures to shield them. It
>use to work great on early TRS 80 computers that had plastic cases.
>Cleaned the TV interference right up.
>
>I'm guessing a can of conductive paint and a shielded input cable to the
>speakers might make the difference.
>
>Brian
>KC8ZBC
>
>On Fri, 2005-01-28 at 15:09 -0800, Scott Avery WA6LIE wrote:
>  
>
>>You might want to consider shielding the inside of the speaker box with foil 
>>tape, and grounding.
>>
>>Can't hurt...
>>
>>73, Scott
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