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Re: Repeater noise problem

cameron street wrote :

> Yep. i know the noise u mean, i was to scaird to
> mention it on here, i could get thrown off the list, haaa.
> The repeater seems to be noisier than the headrush
> to me. I was quite shocked at the noise.
> I've only had the thing for 8 hours. I've balanced all the
> gain structures, but it's still got a hiss. I tried taking
> the thing out, and it's silent. I'm quite pissed off.
> I have it on loan for a week, let's see how i go
> this time next week.          cam

Would it be because of the codecs used in Repeater ?
I know sometimes might happen some aliasing effects between different 
I mean if you sample an analog signal coming out from a previous digital
equipment into another digital recorder, sometimes anti-aliasing filters 
are not
so perfect and different sampling rates make some hiss due to the 
difference of
frequencies ...

> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "sukhjindersandhu" <sukhjindersandhu@home.com>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Sent: Monday, September 03, 2001 1:36 PM
> Subject: Repeater noise problem
> > I'm wondering if any other repeater users have noticed a strange 
> > of pitch when nothing is looped, but the phones or main outs are 
> > It's almost like a low oscillating tone. Again, i'm not playing 
> > through repeater but the noise level is very high. Could it be software
> > or hardware related? I've tried moving repeater away from other gear, 
> > all kinds of level changing and checking but the noise persists. Is 
> a
> > bypass option someone can suggest?
> >
> > Sukhjinder
> >
> >