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Dvx-880pro did you get a solution? on my end i understand it's the preamplifier -- not sure how to fix though. -Rodney

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  • rpg007 Sep 28, 2008

    just what I told you.. according to vocopro it is a capacitor -- if you bought it new, it may be a warranty repair. I bought mine used so trying to solve on my own. the mic works fine, just the music is really super low volume. let me know if you find out anything and I'll do the same..

    -Rodney


  • rpg007 Sep 28, 2008

    the guys at vocopro.com can probably help you with that part as long as you have a receipt.. without a receipt, my sense is that they will charge you for out of warranty repairs.

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I never got a solution...it sucks! I really wish I knew how to fix it! I've had it less than a year. I guess for Christmas this year, I'm going to have to pay to get it fixed.

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  • mkobrien Sep 28, 2008

    how do i track down the warranty? I will keep you updated! thanks for the help!

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