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Re: EDP input gain
Thanks for helping out i finally solved the problem apparently one of the
resistors was indeed not functioning properly i´ve rereplaced both of them
again last night and now it seems tip top!
> 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
> 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.
> --- 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
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> > >
> > >
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