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Re: Line6 loopers

>What FREQ do TV's print their screens?

15750 Hz

>From: JustinFobes@aol.com
>Reply-To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>Subject: Re: Line6 loopers
>Date: Fri, 5 Sep 2003 14:08:21 EDT
>In a message dated 9/5/03 12:25:29 PM Central Daylight Time,
>goddard.duncan@mtvne.com writes:
> > >>It could also be a shielding issue within the Line6 box (ie, it's
> > receiving the
> > RF trash and processing it).
> >
> > Or could it be a problem with differing line voltages? I've seen that 
> > considerably between locations and every once in awhile a piece of 
> > do
> > odd things if the voltage is too far out.<<
> >
> > I last heard mine do it in the corner of my lounge, on a regulation 
> > power supply and with a fender jazz going through a boss limiter into 
>it. the
> > limiter was also running off a linear (i.e. not switched-mode) power 
> > the only interference I've been aware of in this location before has 
>been the
> > fella downstairs has dimmable lights that buzz a bit if I'm wandering 
> > playing something w/o humbuckers in it. and he was out on this 
> >
> >  I wondered if it was recording it's own clock at certain tempi- maybe 
> > anti-aliasing isn't quite right at longer pre-delay settings?
> >
> >  duncan.
> >
> >
>No, I only run a tight pre-delay in looping mode, almost sounds like a 
>lil bathroom.  I'm convinced that it's either an RF thing, or a line 
>thing, because it only happens in certain rooms.  Both of which are the 
>Cafe" format with gobs of TVs playing sports from all over the world, and 
>jamming in the corner.  What FREQ do TV's print their screens?  Perhaps 
>an RF thing, because I only noticed it when I went to halftime on the 
>maybe double that and it was out of my hearing range . . .
>If it is an RF thing, can I do a shielding Mod, like I've done to my Strat
>and Tele?
>I really want this to go away.

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