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Re: who fixes EDPs?

Doesn't the dry audio path also go thru the AD/DA converters?? My dry
signal is not noisy. 

On Fri, 3 Aug 2001, Will Brake wrote:

> Sounds like a digital problem. My educated guess would be the A/D or the
> D/A converters. As you would assume A/D means analog to digital
> converter and...I'm sure soldering will be required. In you need
> assistance, email me. I will be out on the road for the next 10 days
> though. Hope this helps...
> Be Well
> Will Brake
> Soul Fruit
> Repairs, control solutions and modifications for Musicians
> spaceloop wrote:
> > 
> > I've been a lurker for awhile now, I've posted a few times, but now I 
> > help...I need help finding a competent EDP repair person. Every loop I
> > make is very noisy, not noisy like it's clipping but noisy like 
> > tape hiss but "digital" sounding. I've replaced the memory and I even 
> > the old OS back in to see if it was a problem with the upgrade. Now, I 
> > have somebody do the gain mod as outlined in the FAQ....but the 
> > of this individual is/was questionable and the shop he worked at is now
> > closed and I can't find him...incidentally , he was an authorized 
> > technician and Gibson did tell me to go to him for Echoplex issues. 
> > the mod be the problem? The dry signal going thru the unit is fine, 
> > only the loops that are noisy...wouldn't this indicate a problem with 
> > audio path?
> > 
> > Any help would be appreciated especially if it helps fix my baby! :-)
> > 
> > --
> > travis salisbury
> > http://www.illuminetdesign.com

travis salisbury