Ebtech Hum XItem ID: HumX
Ground Loop Eliminator for AC Electrical Lines
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Eliminate The Hum - Not Your Sound!Exterminate hum with the Hum X! This handy tool filters out unwanted voltage and current in the ground line, which can cause ground-loop hum, while simultaneously maintaining a solid, safe ground. Some devices simply remove the ground, which is never safe! You'll no longer have to run your audio signal through any type of filtering or ground lift, which can result in loss of volume or tone, or both. The Hum X is easy to use, easy to install, and best of all, Hum X makes you sound better! Hum X can be used with any device with a 3-prong outlet and doesn't draw more than 6A of power.
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Reviewsbased on 29 reviews
by Nick Pesker from Boynton Beach, FlThis product works as advertised right out of the box!
April 23, 2013
Music Background: Pro Misician
Hum X Works!
by Joseph Arechiga from Sun Valley, CAHad a Line 6 HD500 and an ABY box to a Peavey 5150 -- The Line 6 goes to a mixer and powered speaker. As soon as I plugged into the ABY box so much hum it was ridiculous -- it was amateur hour at rehe... read more [+]arsal.
March 1, 2013
Music Background: Guitar Player
Researched ground loops and saw a you tube video of HumX.
It get's rid of equipment but still grounds everything so you don't get electrocuted like you can by just usiing a ground remover plug.
Best $71 dollars I ever spent on Music Gear Ever!!! close [-]
by Rick Moors from Santa Monica, CAI was having trouble with my new Yamaha HS80M monitors. They were everything they were advertised to be, great flat sound, but horrible hiss and static even when grounded properly in discreet outlets... read more [+]. The speakers were near the computer monitor due to lack of space, and I'm sure the power in my place is far from studio standards.
January 15, 2013
Music Background: Bassist, Engineeer
Last ditch attempt before taking them back, I tried one of these. They are now dead quiet under all circumstances 24/7.
Wonderful product! close [-]
by Brad from Muncie, INI had a terrible hum at live shows with lights. We have a crew with a nice light rig; dimmers, cans, movers, projectors, etc., and particularly when they would be dimmed I got A LOT of buzz through m... read more [+]y Eleven rack, direct rig. My light guy said this should help. I got it and put it on my Eleven rack. At the next show, my sound guy said "Your rig sounded great, no buzz at all this time!" ...at which point I told him I got one of these. He didnt know I had it, but he certainly could tell a major difference. Now all we hear is a bit of single coil hum, but thats also expected. close [-]
November 26, 2012
Music Background: Touring, Studio, Small time Pro
Saved a full band session
by Steven from Washingtonville, NY USAI didn't realize how useful this could be until three years after I'd bought it. I was running a pair of focusrite rackmount units, linked via ADAT, recording a full band. And despite my best efforts ... read more [+]up to now, I started to get some pervasive hum/interference in the DI bass track. We tried three different basses, all with the same noisy result. I grabbed this thing from my old pedal board, plugged one of the rackmount power cables into it, and the hum was completely gone! If I didn't have this, I could have spent a great deal more time completely rearranging all of my power needs, and I could have screwed up the entire session. close [-]
October 27, 2012
Music Background: Mixing/Mastering Engineer
Cheryll, Lott, TX