Question about M-Audio Audio Buddy Amplifier
After a brought the preamp, I noticed that from the second output I receive not only the good signal from the microphone, but also a bad signal of about -70dB: a radio channel. I would prefer noise instead of radio, because it's more tolerable. Although I catch a radio channel in my apartment with it, when I changed the preamp location, going to the warranty service, there the engineers couldn't hear any radio, so that they could not fix my preamp, because in their opinion it worked perfectly. What can I do?
I would use sheilded wire on the mic with the least amount of cable. You can relocate the pre amp with aluminum foil wrapped around the pre amp. also turn the gain on the mic down as to eliminate any interference from your strong radio station nearby. Randy
Posted on Mar 13, 2007
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