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Re: Repeater noise problem

i have heard the noise you are referring to.
it sounds like clock noise.
i have only used repeater with headphones and
was hoping it would not appear in the normal outputs.
(ie. the headphone amp not well shielded)

which outputs are you using and is your cable well shielded?
i find it hard to believe the heavy duty aluminum case doesn't 
block clocking noises...

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "sukhjindersandhu" <sukhjindersandhu@home.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Monday, September 03, 2001 3:36 PM
Subject: Repeater noise problem

> I'm wondering if any other repeater users have noticed a strange wavering
> of pitch when nothing is looped, but the phones or main outs are cranked.
> It's almost like a low oscillating tone. Again, i'm not playing anything
> 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 
>there a
> bypass option someone can suggest?
> Sukhjinder