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RE: EDP loop mode decay question

Hi Jim,
Seems I got the answer wrong for 'delay mode', but if you are having this problem in 'loop mode' then changing the crystals will fix the problem. We are using high-tolerance crystals and here is the spec and part number from AEL Crystals. The same spec should be available from any crystal supplier:-
49U +10-10/10/10-10+60/30 16MHz

 -----Original Message-----
From: jim palmer [mailto:jimp@pobox.com]
Sent: 20 November 2001 02:12
To: Andy Ewen
Subject: Re: EDP loop mode decay question

i've had this problem (in loop mode)
i'm pretty handy with a soldering iron,
can you give me the mf part number for these crystals?
----- Original Message -----
From: Andy Ewen
Sent: Monday, November 19, 2001 6:24 AM
Subject: RE: EDP loop mode decay question

This is not normal and we carry out a 24 hour feedback test here on every unit to ensure that the loops do not decay over time. This problem is probably related to the 16MHz crystals in your unit not being quite close enough tolerance. We have found replacing the CRYSTAL Audio Codec chip will also cure the problem.
Where are you and how would you like to get this problem fixed?
Andy @ Trace Elliot. 
-----Original Message-----
From: Clifford@BienAppraisers [mailto:res0koq3@verizon.net]
Sent: 09 November 2001 19:06
To: Loopers Delight
Subject: EDP loop mode decay question

I started using my EDP in delay mode a bit and it seems even at 100% feedback the loop decays over time- is this normal for delay mode? I wouldn't expect it to be- Thanks-
PS- I love midi these days- DR-5>ER-1>Filter Factory>Mo-Fx>M-One>EDP>JamMan>Computer - I'm only just getting started on this setup but syncopated loops of different lengths comes to mind! :) Never used midi on JM before this week-