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Adam Bernardi
Re: Interference or bad amp?
on Sep 6, 2011 at 5:52:00 am

Upon looking at images of your audio interface, I don't see any balanced outputs.

Jordan, whoops, you're right. I was looking at the front of the interface when I was writing my post and and assumed there were XLR outs. This has been a long running problem that I've been trying to ignore and all the testing I mentioned above I did some time ago. I knew I had tried everything, so I assumed there were balanced outs, my bad.

As to changing one variable at a time, I did.

I'll try your suggestions, I think I tried the interface w/o the AC, but I don't remember, I'll try again.

I've always suspected something with the AC. I only have it hooked up to a UPS, but I think my AC in this neighborhood is pretty dirty, my lights dim fairly often. In fact, first thing I should do is get a power conditioner....

But I still don't know how to explain the hum/buzz/spitting/static following the one specific speaker and not the other, regardless of what channel it's plugged into or position....


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