Mpow Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car Audio/Home Stereo System with 3.5mm Audio Cable (Black)

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  • ELIMINATING BUZZING NOISE : Eliminating the buzzing noise, caused by ground loops which happens when the audio source and the speaker use the same power source in some car speakers / home stereo systems when using the Bluetooth receiver.
  • WORKING PRINCIPLE : The working principle of this noise isolator is to achieve a clear speech/music by eliminating the current noise in some car speakers / home stereo systems.
  • COMPATIBLE MODELS : Works with any portable device that has 3.5mm audio jacks, for your Car Audio System/Home Stereo, when grounding issues persist. Also used with a Bluetooth Receiver/Bluetooth Hands-free Car Kit in your Car Audio System/Home Stereo.
  • COMPACT AND PORTABLE : Being so mini and light-weight (2.01*0.59*0.59 IN, 0.99 OZ), this little gadget does not take much space and can be easily taken away.
  • NOTE: The Ground Loop Isolator connect to the AUX Jack in car to eliminate noise.You will enjoy good quality sound when use it with Ground Loop Noise isolator.

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r/AstroGaming • comment
3 points • freyburr201

r/EscapefromTarkov • comment
3 points • Szkieletor

Use a voice chat app on your phone, and use the PC's line in to listen to it.

You need a male-to-male 3.5mm audio jack cable. Connect one end to the headphone port on your phone, and the other end to your PC's line in port. It should be colored blue. Then, go into Windows' Sound Control Panel, "Recording" tab, find the Line In. Settings, Listen, check "Listen to this device". Then select your output device from the dropdown below, that's your headphones or speakers. Done - you should be able to hear whatever audio your phone it putting out via your PC's audio output, while still being able to listen to your PC audio, like Tarkov sounds.

If you hear a static noise in the background, you need a ground loop isolator, like this one. They're like 10$ and are pretty reliable - I've never had to replace mine. Otherwise, you're good to go - use the phone itself as a microphone and your headphones to listen. You can unplug the cable at any time, the settings will be untouched. I just checked with my phone and it works fine, just needed to adjust volumes.

I use this method to route audio from my consoles into my PC so I can have game audio and Youtube or Discord on second monitor, works flawlessly.

r/MechanicAdvice • comment
2 points • Shiny_Buns

I would try a different cord. If that doesn't work then try one of these:

r/NintendoSwitch • comment
2 points • MoogleMan3

You'll need a ground loop isolator; it's the cheapest option. There's other options, but they're not nearly as cheap.

If you're interested, I have this one (mine is blue though, not black) that I could sell for $8 shipped if you're in the US.

r/AstroGaming • comment
2 points • ServrHax

Mpow Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car Audio/Home Stereo System with 3.5mm Audio Cable (Black)

r/cars • comment
4 points • NorthJersey

I checked my Amazon order history and back in 2013 I bought a 3.5mm ground loop isolator to solve this issue.


r/macmini • comment
1 points • ttman1994

I can't help with the Bluetooth audio issues, but if you are getting a clicking from a physical connection I would try a ground loop isolator.

I have the same issue with my PC and desktop speakers clicking and this little guy cleared it right up.

r/miniSNES • comment
1 points • tmdart

You are going to want to look for something called a "ground loop isolator". It just plugs in-line between your headphones and the jack. They run somewhere around $10 usd on amazon.

Something like this :

r/NintendoSwitch • comment
1 points • socoprime

You can run a 3.5 from your Switch's headphone jack to the audio input jack of your computer (Not your headphone or mic jack, but the one that actually says something like "Line-In".).

You can also run a 3.5 from your tv's headphone jack (If it has one.) to your PC's line-in. That's what I do.

Just be aware that you may need an in-line filter if you go this route to cancel interference and hum from your computer (Especially if its a cheap old pile like mine.).

They look like this:

Ground Loop Noise Filter

Plug the male end of the filter into the PC and the male end of your lead cord into the filter.

r/NintendoSwitch • comment
1 points • Neghtasro

You need something like this.

r/Monitors • comment
1 points • 71-HourAhmed

I wanted to let you know that I also had noise from other sources after returning the monitor. Today I received a Mpow noise isolator that I ordered and it eliminates all of that. I don't know if it will isolate the monitor stuff but it's cheap and it did work for me.

r/AstroGaming • comment
1 points • jtking51

Perhaps one of these might help. I have to use one on the cable from my PC going into the aux port.

Mpow Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car Audio/Home Stereo System with 3.5mm Audio Cable (Black)

r/steelseries • comment
1 points • tebee

Maybe you need a ground loop isolator, like this one:

r/htpc • comment
1 points • edifus

Sounds like a ground loop issue -

r/pcmasterrace • comment
1 points • thyazide

Ground loop.

r/MSI_Gaming • comment
1 points • WoWAltoholic

You need something like this, I had similar issues and this resolved it :

r/NintendoSwitch • comment
1 points • Toon_me

I am using this part for the noise

r/MechanicAdvice • comment
1 points • xMebesx

Sounds like you need a ground loop isolator for your aux cord.

Random one I found for you as an example.

r/audio • comment
1 points • noshotsmissed

I suggest a ground loop lift/isolator.

$10 at Amazon

r/NintendoSwitch • comment
1 points • oakwooden

Ground loop isolator to fix noise.

r/AstroGaming • comment
1 points • Nerfherder37

This should fix it.

r/steelseries • comment
1 points • oneaverageamerican

Try a ground loop isolator

r/AstroGaming • comment
1 points • OdysseyOG

Mpow Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car Audio/Home Stereo System with 3.5mm Audio Cable (Black)

r/ElgatoGaming • comment
1 points • blemke_1998

A ground loop isolator. Just plug this in between your computer and headset and it will make the buzzing inaudible

Mpow Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car Audio/Home Stereo System with 3.5mm Audio Cable (Black)

r/XIM • comment
1 points • Osod3Caramelo

Have you tried using a 3.5mm ground loop? They're relatively inexpensive online. I had static issues as well and this cleared it up.

I forgot how to shorten a link. I've been away from reddit for too long.

r/Twitch • comment
1 points • onebadgoat06

I also suggest getting one of these to plug in as well. Mpow Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car Audio/Home Stereo System with 3.5mm Audio Cable (Black)

r/AstroGaming • comment
1 points • platinumyeezy

I couldn’t tell you without the mixamp. With the mixamp I’ve had the problem with the buzzing noise.

I bought the Mpow Ground Loop Noise Isolator and it went away. Mpow Ground Loop Noise Isolator...

Hopefully, that helps fix or guides you in the right direction. I know it’s more money to spend..

r/AstroGaming • comment
1 points • bowardboolin

hey something i can answer ! this is due to interference because it's drawing from the same power supply.. or something along those lines. This will get rid of that. Just plug it into the out port of whatever device the aux is in and then the aux into that and your problem will be solved

r/computers • comment
1 points • mcfeta

Ground Loop Isolator is worth trying, around $10, it worked for me

r/NintendoSwitch • comment
1 points • NaltAlt

This is the noise isolator I use.

Not sure on the aux cable, but I imagine any one would do fine

r/pcmasterrace • comment
1 points • xxxgearheadxxx

Try this.

r/NintendoSwitch • comment
1 points • Haywood_Jablomie42

You can also get a noise isolator that connects to the aux cable.

Mpow Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car Audio/Home Stereo System with 3.5mm Audio Cable (Black)

r/techsupport • comment
1 points • Tyrell97

Get a ground loop isolator to clear up the static with your monitor speakers.

Mpow Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car Audio/Home Stereo System with 3.5mm Audio Cable (Black)

r/audio • comment
1 points • thanatos767

Oh awesome! I couldn't find that spec on the little bear. As for the headset, that's very close but not quite what I have. I do not have a USB portion to my cord, just a y splitter. The version I have seems cheaper and was a promotional giveaway I think, which is why I couldn't find a model number

I only have the one mic to test, but let me see if I can put hands on another.

Tbe ground loop isolator is this: It is only on the audio cable of one input, and I've tested both with it on and with it out of the system, no change.

And I understand, but yes I rtfm'd, lol. Its fairly simple, they tell you to plug each side in and then what the buttons do, that's it.

I have used the button to flip back and forth. Audio there on both speaker and headphone, no mic.

r/Twitch • comment
1 points • itguyjax8430

Do you have one of these installed going from your gaming PC to you stream PC? I have three of them installed and have 0 issues with any games. Could be with a try.

Mpow Ground Loop Noise Isolator for Car Audio/Home Stereo System with 3.5mm Audio Cable (Black)

r/NintendoSwitch • comment
1 points • MutatedSpleen

Get a group loop isolator. Cheap off Amazon. This is the one I use. Just a little dongle you incorporate into your aux cable setup.

If I understand your setup correctly, you'll just plug this little guy into the audio out of your monitor and plug the speakers into the other end. Should cut off that static nicely.

I used a very, very similar setup myself until I got a capture card for my PC. This won't get rid of 100% of the static, but it should cut it down significantly.

r/headphones • comment
1 points • jonker5101

Follow up question: I bought a Loop Noise Isolator and it got rid of the noise, but everything sounded....muffled? It just didn't sound right. Bass was muddy and pitches were off.

Would I have similar issues with the Apple adapter?

r/prius • comment
3 points • mckatze

I use a bluetooth receiver and a usb cable.

this: and to keep interference from charging down

r/AnimalCrossing • comment
1 points • Zephyrical16

Grab an aux cord. Plug one end into the ground loop isolator thing. You now have an aux cord with a thick middle piece.

One end goes in your switch headphone jack while docked or undocked. The other end goes into the line in jack on your PC motherboard I/O (it's the third one you never use, if the other two are the headphone and mic ports. I think it's generally the blue one). On your PC, you go to sound settings > sound control panel > recording > line in >then right click for properties. You then check on "listen to this device" in the "listen" tab. Then it'll work.

If you have a laptop with only a headphone and mic one, I think the mic one will also work as well. Optimally use the line in Port though.

r/NintendoSwitch • comment
1 points • TemptedTemplar

3.5mm Ground loop isolator.

Put it somewhere between the Switch and PC Aux port and it should reduce or nullify the interference.

r/cade • comment
1 points • VENT51177

Getting a Ground loop to reduce the noise (static) for your Aux port will help.

r/pinball • comment
1 points • DudeRegular

Dude it's super easy. I haven't looked up to see if this is the best method for woz but it worked great on the other two I mentioned. Just unplug the cable them plug this in with it. Done

Also I am a junky for replacing loud fans. I do it on every spike and spike 2 game I have owned and also did it on my JJP games. My game room is also my office so I am not a fan of those loud fans behind my desk.

r/HeadphoneAdvice • comment
1 points • fourAMrain

Wouldn't a Ground Loop Noise Isolator fix that?

r/audiorepair • comment
1 points • FadeIntoReal

Sounds like a common noisy ground plane in your computer. Try an isolator between computer and mixer. There are RCA versions as well.

r/PcBuild • comment
1 points • brianunfried

r/pcmasterrace • comment
1 points • ArcticSin

These are the ones I use, and yes you just plug them into each cable and then into your sound card

r/explainlikeimfive • comment
1 points • bonyponyride

It's probably caused by a ground loop.

This would likely fix it:

As explained by Amazon user Atman on the page:

>Any device that uses the car AUX input and connects to power may get a loud buzzing that changes pitch as the car's engine speed changes. This noise is caused by a loop created by the two connections to the cars ground. This adaptor isolates the audio connection by using a transformer so that there is no physical connection to ground only a electrical connection for the audio, thus stopping the ground loop and preventing the noise.

r/BudgetAudiophile • comment
3 points • ShowMeTheMonee

The 305s sound fine at low volume, but sound more 'full' at mid volume.

I use a pair for my desktop, I wouldnt listen to them at full volume from my desktop since that would be far too loud to be comfortable.

If you're going to use amplified speakers like these on a computer, be aware that you might need to add in a $10 line noise filter / isolator to filter out the electrical noise from your computer, like this:

r/CarPlay • comment
3 points • Puppy34

My man, thank you so much for the quick reply and targeted thought. I think this is exactly the same advice I read before with someone else but, as I mentioned, couldn't find the thread. Do you think when restoring the head unit, cables are crossed and causing that (and if so, which ones would that be)? Is this something grounding tape/copper foil tape could be use to insulate the power cables or AUX cables and it remedy it? Thank you.

Edit: Do you think something like this could do the trick?

r/AstroGaming • comment
1 points • Muskie93

A ground loop isolator gets rid of that "humming" sound when two charging/powered devices are connected to one another. You've probably experienced this annoying humming sound if you've ever tried to charge an old school headset while charging a controller at the same time.

I'll attempt to make a diagram of my setup and send it to you.

Also, here's the link to the specific ground loop isolators I have: