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RE: EDP and a BIG burst of static/hiss
I think I may have at least tied you on the defective front. I played
my EDP for a grand total of 4 times, within a single week. Then one day
I started it up and got the "ERR" message and that was the end of my
unit. I sent it to Gibson for repair which subsequently took almost two
months to get back. Personally, even though I am glad to have my unit
back now and everything seems to be working well, I believe a better
business decision that Gibson could have made for a brand new customer
would have been to send me a replacement immediately. My other gear has
rarely acted up, especially when it was new, but in the cases when I
experienced something like this, the manufacturer promptly sent me a
brand new unit. This is just plain good business in my opinion. I hope
that you have a better experience than I did getting your unit
repaired/replaced in a very prompt manner. I am not trying to slam the
EDP, but if a company thinks a customer should be at their mercy since
they are the only game in town, then I have a problem.
> This thing is *so* going back. It's defective, for sure.
> I'm getting
> the infinite reboot sequence again. Was working fine, then in the
> middle of a loop it crapped out. I guess I won the defective EDP
> lottery. Weeeee! Oh wait, not infinite... in finally did reboot.
> Sorry little EDP. You're going back. I should have followed my
> instincts and taken it back the day I got it and it did this when I
> turned it on the first time.
> Mark Sottilaro