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Re: EDP FOOT CONTROLLER
thanks for writting is definetly the foot pedal. It seems that the next
and the mute button are broken. Its getting on my nerves everytime having
change this switches iīve already changed the record and undo button
they were acting up.I am in a very normal climate and there isnīt much
static here. then again i am not an electronic wizard. is there a better
solution as far as reliability? what switches are you using?
thanks again in advance!
> This is not Kim here, but I've built my own footpedals
> for the edp and understand them a bit.
> First, determine if this only occurs with the
> footpedal, or with the face panel buttons as well.
> If it only occurs with the footpedal, then suspect
> either the cable you are using (edp to footpedal
> cable), or the footpedal itself.
> Mute should be a 2.87k ohm load to the edp footpedal
> input. Reverse (insert) is 4.75k ohms, and multiply
> is 7.87 k ohms. So, if there is a LOT of intermittant
> resistance in your cable, or on it's phone plugs
> surfaces, or if there is a lot of resistance in the
> MUTE switch itself, you could see these selected when
> you hit mute.
> Are you in a Very dry climate? Do you have a lot of
> static where you are using the edp? If so, static
> discharge to the footpedal (when you try to press a
> button) can create unpredictable results. If so,
> write me back, or look up on the LD website for Kim's
> fix for this.
> If the problem occurs with the front panel buttons
> also, then clearly the footpedal and cable are not
> involved, and I cannot speculate on the root cause.
> --- Luis Angulo <L.Angulo@t-online.de> wrote:
> > HALLO KIM,
> > I AM HAVING PROBLEMS WITH THE FOOT CONTROLLER WHEN I
> > PRESS MUTE TO DO
> > STUTTERING EFFECTS IT ACTIVATES THE REVERSE FUNCTION
> > AND SOMETIMES THE
> > MULTIPLY AS WELL.IT ALSO CUTS PART OF MY LOOPS WHICH
> > IS DANGEROUS LIVE. SO
> > WHAT IS THE PROBLEM NOW? ANYBODY HAD THIS PROBLEM
> > OUTHERE LOOPERS?
> > THANKS A LOT!
> > L.A.
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