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This a question on Facebook about using passive splitters to feed three receivers in a bag. The user wanted to reduce the number of antennas from 6 to 2 and was questioning whether he would have to amplify the antennas which would complicate the bag setup. My reply for what it is worth: Since you don't need extra range, the small loss in a passive splitter won't hurt your results. Passive splitters may reduce the transmitted RF signal but they also reduce the RF noise in most urban locations by the same amount ,so quite often it is a wash. Getting the antennas up out of the bag will give you extra signal and will probably more than make up for the splitter loss. Also, and I can't emphasize this enough, it will get your antennas away from any RF noise sources in your bag. This could be a very big improvement by itself. Best Regards, Larry Fisher
Hello, I just acquired used passive KRK monitors and a Hafler P3000 amp. I do not know the model number of the monitors, so I have attached a photo of them. I have the following problem: If I turn on the amplifier, with the gain set to minimum, I get a hum, some pops and the drivers of the monitors start moving in and out extremely, which worries me. I immediately turn the amp off again. I have tried searching online for solutions to this problem, which I have personally never encountered. If one of you could help me figure this out, I'd be very grateful. Best, dertras