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Re: Repeater levels/ noise
I have noticed that if I don't run my Repeater a bit "hot" I'll get some
noise. Very level sensitive I've found.
At 09:17 PM 9/3/02 -0600, you wrote:
> Actually, out of the three that I've heard that are supposed to be
>functioning normally, they are inherently noisy to some degree.
>of the signal level, there's a noise floor which sounds like a modulated
>hum with a slight hiss. It seems to be more pronounced in the headphone
>jack, but with proper levels, it probably won't be easily heard if at all.
>The main outs seem quieter, and again, should work fine at proper levels.
>At 03:05 PM 9/3/02 -0700, you wrote:
>>--- "Mike B (digiboy)" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> Actually, listening thru a headset with nothing plugged in and the
>>> levels all the way down and the input level all the way down, I hear
>>> that same noise/hum if I crank the headset.
>>Through the headphone outputs of the Repeater? I think it's headphone
>>amp is noisy. Check it's main outputs and see if they are similarly
>>> Are these Repeaters inherently noisey?
>>Not unless you run them with improper signal levels. The Repeater is
>>designed for line level signals. I don't know the handsonic for sure,
>>but I'd expect it to produce lower signal levels, so a preamp will
>>probaby be required to get it's level up to what the Repeater wants. Or
>>try the Handsonic into the "instrument level" input on the Repeater's
>>front panel, that may help.
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