I'm an Amateur Radio operator and licensee. More on the operational than the electronic theoretical end, but we have to know about tv interferance in case it bothers the neighbors watching the latest fad madness out of hooliwood. How old are your monitors? Older ones 'offend' more with stray rads. A newer set of monitors might help, as they are better shielded, and smaller ones are cheaper. So would putting a sheet of metal or wire mesh between the monitors and grounding it outdoors to your water pipe, although I'm only speculating on that last suggestion. Don't know if this helps, but there's my two cents. "Robert Carneal carnealr-at-adelphia.net |24hoursupport/1.0-Allow|" wrote: > > > Hello everyone. Some advice/help please. > I have two computers & three monitors. Due to my hobbies, three monitors > overcome some problems I had with just using one or two monitors. > > When using +one+ computer and three monitors, there is/are no interference > from video and power cables. I have purchased another computer and three > manual video monitor switches to allow me to switch monitors to whichever > computer I am using. I switch boxes are currently manual, I have no idea if > they are shielded. How can I tell if the boxes themselves are shielded? > > Problem: The interference generated by the video cables/power cables > interferes with the clarity of the monitors' picture. The home desk office > is not large enough for ideal spreading out of cables to prevent interference. > > Task: To be able to use three monitors on +either+ machine without having > to spend the money for new monitors. Local technicians suggested replacing > all three monitors with a single gas plasma Gateway-like TV (but use it as > a monitor). Plus, I can't afford a monitor that nice yet. > > Cables: I purchased shielded cables throughout for monitors. The cables > are shielded on both ends. If there is such a thing as a shielded power > cable, they are not selling that locally. > > Required: Some type of setup that allows me to use either/or computer > without video interference, but still use all three monitors. The switch > boxes I am currently using to switch between computers are Manhattan, if > that affects anything. > > Another suggestion offered to me: Have an electrician install a six foot > strip that would allow plugging in the monitors anywhere- instead of > bundling them up close together on a 8-plug surge protector. > > Ideally preferred: ONE switch box that will accept two computers and three > (or more) monitors, and allow me to select which computer I want to work > with and which (or all) monitors I want to work with. Possible? I have > never seen such a switch box, does that exist? > > Second ideally preferred: Two (or more) switch boxes that accomplish the > above, but with no interference generated. > > Can anyone provide guidance or suggestions? > > You may write to me direct or to the list. Gratefully, thank you. > > Robert > > For a web-based membership management utility and information on list > policies, please see http://nibec.com/24hoursupport/ > > To unsubscribe, send a blank email to 24hoursupport-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > with "unsubscribe" (without quotes) in the subject. For a web-based membership management utility and information on list policies, please see http://nibec.com/24hoursupport/ To unsubscribe, send a blank email to 24hoursupport-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with "unsubscribe" (without quotes) in the subject.