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60 Hz digital input noise on all channels

Have looked at all grounds and cables, not the problem. What could be wrong with the 1010, do I need to send it back to M-Audio or is there another way to fix it? Any tests I can run to overrule everthing else?
I use this thing all the time, started out abou two weeks ago on a random basis not happens all the time. Playback works fine, problem is only on the inputs. Please advise, don't reall want to part with it for 3 weeks if I don't have to. I use Traction 3, bot also happens with other software too.

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Please notice that the firewire 410 is known to have problems with firewire chipsets that are not manufactured by either Texas Instruments or NEC.

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Hey hoof

My only experience with faint sounds is when ground wires in the particular circuitry are not property connected. That means tracking the wires from the one end to the other if you can get to them. If they are not embended in a casing or housing I would change them.

Also, try changing the RCA plugs; even their connection can cause the sound shorting if there is a short.

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Use a 'Y' splitter. Usually from balanced to unbalanced. Also try looking at your device's control panel and see if you can change the channel options from mono to stereo. Beta drivers are for testing purposes, so try the signed driver also.

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It has 8 mono inputs or 4 stereo pairs, which can be recorded in cubase or whatever sequencer at once.

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