Morley Ebtech Hum Eliminator 2 XLR

2-Channel Hum Eliminator

  • With XLR socket
  • Eliminates AC hum and prevents ground loops, while keeping grounding intact
  • Passive (no power supply required)
  • Frequency range: 20 Hz to 70 kHz +/- 0.5 dB
  • Less than 0,005% THD @ 1 kHz
  • Cross talk less than -97 dB
  • Max. input impedance: 1 kOhm
  • Min. load impedance: 10 kOhm
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 3.5” x 4.75” x 1.5”
  • Made in USA

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ctreitzell, 29.06.2020
Using this Ebtech Hum Eliminator in my guitar rack rig; I typically use a four amp system W/D/W where the the "Dry" is actually two amps in dual mono. Seems there is always one amp buzzing away (which is, of course, to be expected); I use powered 1x12 cabs for my wets. I have a couple Tech 21 Power Engine 60 and a Fender Princeton '65. The Ebtech didn't solve any issues with my PE60 cabs; but my Princeton has been buzzing for years. Yesterday one of the PE60s went haywire so I swapped for the Princeton and now with the Ebtech Hum Eliminator and a Klotz La Grange cable, the Princeton is running much quieter :-) The Ebtech is nice that it is passive; sockets are into the top which I don't know if I like...It is a sturdy box...and the the XLR to 1/4" jack can be very helpful.
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NunoSantos, 26.07.2018
It did not work in my case. The hum / noise still was audible like before connected. But does not mean that will not work with another setup. I all depends of the electricity circuit at your studio.
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