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From: andy butler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> in this respect.Actually, I'd wonder why the
> feedback LED was lighting at all during Record.
> I'd ignore it, in fact I didn't even notice it happening.
> Use the input LED to monitor Input.
> ..and the Feedback LED to tell you when you're overloading the loop.
> andy butler
> email@example.com wrote:
> > I am still looking for an answer to this question. I have scoured the
> > mailing list and cannot find any help. The closest post I can find is
> > from Kim in 1998. Please help me. I upgraded to Loop IV 1.1 software
> > and now the input led and feedback led indicators are not working
> > properly (I think.) The feedback led registe rs much hotter than the
> > input led when recording. My echoplex is 2003 build so the input R10
> > and R 30 modification is in there. I put the Loop III 5.0 chips back in
> > the unit and the described problem still exists. So I put the Loop IV
> > 1.1 back in. May main question is this... which led should I use to set
> > my levels? I can get a good solid green signal on the feedback led
> > without the input led even registering (ie it is dark.) When the input
> > led is good and green, no yellow/orange, and not even close to red, the
> > feedback led is orange and borders on red. I am using the same gear I
> > have always used so my input instruments haven't changed. HELP!