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Re: who fixes EDPs?

no, the dry signal stays analog and doesn't go throught the audio codec. In
any case, it's pretty unlikely that you will solve this problem with an
internet mailing list, you should just have shane take a look at it.

At 10:43 AM -0700 8/3/01, spaceloop wrote:
>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 did
>> > 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 
>> > 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! :-)
>> >

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