I'm going to be contrarian guy and say I'd rather read it. I love reading, and for me reading is way, way faster than the time a video of the same content requires.Thanks for the quick vid. This format is more attractive to people who don't want to dive to deep (or dislike reading in general) and could definitely help some folks save their money in the future
The guy from GR Research. Beef!Didn't watch the video (can't at work), but who made the claim a power cord could not be an interference source unless it was driving something? Plug it in, and there is a voltage field created, even if the current is practically zero, and you have a 60 Hz (or whatever) high-voltage source plus whatever noise is on the line.
^^^This is Professor Bit-perfect Amir, preparing to Cast a Stupify spell with a Power Wand!^^^A quick video dealing with claims that a power cord that is not driving something can't be source of AC interference: