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Re: How HISSY is your EDP?
The problem I've struggled with more is getting unity gain out of some
of the EDP's (although this is a problem with a lot of digital gear).
My EDP's are always in some sort of mixer, usually a Rane SM-26, and
once you get the input level dialed in for maximum volume without
overloading, then it's hard to make up the volume drop on the back end.
There's always plenty of room for adjustment on the input (which never
goes above halfway that I recall), but the output on one of my units is
always on max, and the mixer return typically has to be all the way up
On Oct 11, 2004, at 8:03 AM,
> From: cameronstreet <email@example.com>
> Date: October 10, 2004 4:04:55 AM PDT
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: Re: How HISSY is your EDP?
> Mine is quiet as, it took me ages to find the correct gain structures,
> between pedals echoplex and amp ect.
> these days though i'm running my echoplex through one channel of a
> LittleLabs reamping
> box, it has 3 channels which don't infect the other hiss ect. nice unit
> On Monday, October 11, 2004, at 04:25 AM, Louis Rossi wrote:
>> Does anyone know if the new blackface edps sound any better or does
>> installing Loop4 help w/ hiss.
>> It kind of bums me out that my EH 16 box & that Boss box have less
>> noise :(