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Re: EDP input gain



Hallo Brett,
Thanks for helping out i finally solved the problem apparently one of the
resistors was indeed not functioning properly ive rereplaced both of them
again last night and now it seems tip top!
Thanks again!
Cheers
Luis





> Luis,
> If you are getting distortion with an EDP, just turn
> the input gain down.  That is all it takes.  If the
> output is then too low, then turn the output up higher
> to compensate.
>
> All changing the internal resistors do is to change
> the input gain structure.  It does not change the
> overal signal to noise ratio of the edp, and does not
> change the dynamic range of the edp.  The distortion
> occurs when your analog signal is to large for the adc
> to handle.
>
> If you have distortion you have too much input signal,
> period.  Reduce the level of that signal either at the
> instrument, the mixer, or the edp input knob.  Any of
> these actions will reduce the signal into the adc
> section of the edp, and will get rid of the
> distortion.
>
> As noted, high frequency signals will distort at a
> lower level than low/mid frequency signals.  If a high
> frequency signal distorts, turn the input gain down.
> The answer is always the same. Distortion means you
> should turn down the input to the edp.
>
> If reducing the input to the edp does not remove the
> distortion, then something else is wrong, and changing
> the input gain resistors is not the fix.
>
> bret
>
>
> --- Luis Angulo <L.Angulo@t-online.de> wrote:
> > Hallo Dennis,
> > Thank you for responding i think you are probably
> > the only one listening.
> > What is an inline attenuator? This horrible digital
> > distortion i get with
> > the EDP i dont get it with the boomerang or other
> > loop boxes so i definetly
> > have to modify something else.
> > thanks
> > Luis
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > > >I have already changed the resistors R10 to 22
> > kOhm and its certainly
> > better
> > > >but i still get distortion.
> > >
> > > Have you considered an inline attenuator on the
> > EDP input cable?
> > >
> > > Dennis Leas
> > > -----------------------------
> > > dennis@mdbs.com
> > >
> > >
> >
>
>
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