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Electromagnetic shielding for Phantom compass.

Discussion in 'Phantom 1 Help' started by Extra Gravity, Jun 16, 2013.

  1. Extra Gravity

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    Any reasonable ideas on how I could shield my Phantom from electromagnetic interference from the sub bass speaker I have in the boot of my car? Already messed up the compass once from not realizing that's what was causing me to have to re-calibrate it ( fairly dull process to rectify it) It's quite annoying not being able to use the boot space (the trunk for you septics;) for the Phantom on away trips. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. auck

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    you must have one heck of a sub woofer in that boot of yours. i've had my phantom in the boot of mine and it was ok, but then again, i don't have a huge arse sub back there either. only solution i can think of is not to listen to music while you're driving. otherwise, save a seat up front for the phantom. remember to buckle it in. gives a whole new meaning to phantom passenger. :lol: