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RonyWeissman
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Internet and electricity
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Hi, anyone sending their internet connection around the house via the electrical cables (CPL in french)? It would make my life a lot easier if I could do that but was wondering if it would have an impact on  the hi-fi sound. I can't really try before buying I don't think. I hope that's not a really stupid question.Thanks,R Weissman
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Suboptimal. . .
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Hi Rony,

Not a dumb question; wifi and CPL internet connections are suboptimal when near audio systems. By coincidence, last night I bumped into the following post which walks through one person's view on "electric gremlins" he found at 470hz (etal.) from a power company's control tone:

http://www.polkaudio.com/forums/showthread.php?t=71333

The poster, DarqueKnight, also posted his treatise on the effects of some cables, electric outlets, power regenerators, fuses, etc. I will leave it to you to interpret his postings.

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