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Re: New EDP works fine after replacing the memory

I finally got a chance to play with my new EDP last night.  It worked 100% 
out of
the box.  But let me tell you, after hearing all the sad stories here on 
the LD
list, I was _expecting_ the worst.  I haven't tried any of the obscure 
options, just the record, overdub, insert, multiply, undo, but that is at 
95% of what I want.

One thing that is strange about it is it makes a rather loud "thunk" sound 
when I
turn the power on - kind of like a hammer sound.  This is not coming from 
my amp,
this is inside the EDP.  Is it normal for it to make this sound or is it a 
that the infamous fuse is a few electrons short of blowing?

No one has mentioned the color yet.  It is the same color as the old ones 
what I can tell from the LD web page.  It is missing the cool Oberhiem 
logo but
the Gibson logo isn't that bad, big, or ugly.


ENAT21213@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 4/19/00 2:17:29 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> jonathan@full-moon.com writes:
> > So, as far as I have heard, the only problems with the units have been
> >  fuses and, in my case memory.
> first it was the fuse thing for me.......replaced it......turned on
> fine.......plugged it into an amp and the echoplex lights dim and the 
>the amp
> went huuuuuuuuuuuummmmmmm......unplug the cord and the echoplex restarts
> so i called shane and it's off for repairs
> looks like were the ginnie pigs
> my question is has anyone received and edp that works 100% out of the box
> brian
> ebnoise