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Re: R-44 issue-geek reply

Subject: Re: R-44 issue-geek reply
From: "Philip Tyler" macmang4125
Date: Sat Jun 23, 2012 1:33 am ((PDT))
Idle thoughts, so I hope you will forgive me?

If it is the display that is inducing the noise does it matter how close the 
dpa's are to the unit, or is it being picked up by the cable as well?

Sorry if you have already answered this.


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On 23 Jun 2012, at 09:24, "Jez" <> wrote:

> its definitely something between roland & the dpa's - its a new unit & it 
> also does it on the R-26 (also new).
> ta anyway.
> --- In  "Mike Rooke" <> wrote:
> >
> > Using an XLR plug, build a simple tester with 150 Ohm between pins 2&3, 1 
> > unconnected - plug that in and wiggle it around in all of the R44's 
> > sockets. If you notice any noise then I would suspect the sockets are worn 
> > or have contact issues. Is the R44 brand new? if not then is its history 
> > known? If its new then I would suggest sending it back and trying the 
> > replacement with the DPA's. If the outcome is the same your out of luck and 
> > the magic between DPA and Roland isn't going to happen. 
> > 
> > -MIke.
> >

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