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Re: FCB1010 pedal calibration

Thanks for the info....

Originally, I thought I was replying to Behringer's tech support, as I
looked at the signature information of the email, and not to the
sender. Sorry about that.

I think this might be an issue for Behringer now, as no amount of
pressure on the pedal is seemingly going to take it below 8...Strange.
I even tried to "push" the ribbon sensor to one side, thus faking out
the unit into thinking the pedal was going further back than it really
can, but to no avail.

Oh, and now by doing so, I just pulled the sensor out of the slot that
it goes down into. Nice one, Clint. Jeeeez...and Yay! Expression Pedal
A is no longer working at all !!

Back to a series of EV-5's for a while.....

Clint Allen

On Tue, 01 Feb 2005 08:19:31 +0000, a k butler <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk> 
> At 02:36 01/02/05, you wrote:
> >Greetings
> >
> >I hope it is acceptable that I replied to this email, but I do have a
> >question:
> copied this to LD, hope that's also acceptable
> >When I try to calibrate as instructed below, I cannot get either
> >expression pedal's lowest value lower than 8. How do you adjust the
> >values if they are not being correctly adjusted by the expression
> >pedals themselves?
> This is because the pedal isn't 100% rigid.
> It slips back slightly after you let go the pressure.
> Probably if you keep standing on it you can get 0.
> When calibrating, watch the numbers in the display, and make sure the 
> is a couple of digits away from the end of it's motion at each 
> OR, alternatively, put spacers under the pedals before calibrating, and
> remove them after.
> hope that helps
> andy
> >Thank you,
> >Clint Allen
> >Louisville