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D5 error for my zoom g1xn. what is the solution for that?


A D5 error? Are you sure you're not reading it as "d5"? If you're in the Drive Module, d5 is "distortion+". If you're in the Delay Module, d1-d9 are settings that control the mixing ratio of effect sound versus original sound and the feedback amount. I'd refer to a user manual here:
https://www.zoom-na.com/sites/default/files/products/downloads/pdfs/E_G1_G1X_3.pdf
Hope this helps you.

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Will a memory card M256E or M512E that has been programmed on a Roland D110 work on a D5 / D10 / or D20. I have such a card with the RTOM Theatre organs sounds on it, programmed on a d-110?


As I recall, D110 voice programs will tranfer the voice data to D4/10/20 but not D50. However, no setup or performace data will transfer.
However, it's been quite a while since I've used a D110.

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What does d5 error indicate?


A D5 error? Are you sure you're not reading it as "d5"? If you're in the Drive Module, d5 is "distortion+". If you're in the Delay Module, d1-d9 are settings that control the mixing ratio of effect sound versus original sound and the feedback amount. I'd refer to a user manual here:
https://www.zoom-na.com/sites/default/files/products/downloads/pdfs/E_G1_G1X_3.pdf

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My amp becomes distorted when I turn my keyboard up. Both the Master Volume and the CH1 volume knobs are in the middle(12 o'clock). How do I keep my amp from distorting?


You left off the one bit of info we need... however, make sure the volume control on the keyboard is around the halfway point... If it is way down, turn it up and reduce the channel volume knob some. Make sure the cable from the keyboard is an instrument rated interconnect and not one intended for speaker (usually marked as such). Make sure the keyboard AND this amp are powered from the SAME receptacle... even if you have to run an extension cord. Listen with headphones on your keyboard to make sure the sound is clean there.

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My OS-2 Distortion pedal will not work. There is current flowing to the battery terminal, there is also contact noise in the output, but none in the input. The red light does not come on when powered and...


Common problem is a broken solder connection where power jack is attached to the circuit board. SOmetimes the circuit board is cracked or solder broken. If board is cracked, jumpers need to be soldlered on to bridge the crack.

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Distorts my sound


The problem is probably due to the output level being to loud, thus distorting the unit following the CS-3. (other pedal or amp). Try backing down on the level knob.
Hope that helps!

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I like the sound of my practise amp but it's not powerful enough can i connect it to a larger amp without getting feedback/distortion?


you can use the record outputs to run the signal into a stereo receiver without problems, though it would likely sound better with a shure sm57 microphone hooked up to a mixing board or other instrument amp.

the record output should be PERFECTLY balanced to hook up to a consumer-level stereo reciever with NO distortion; however, this record output might be too loud for another instrument amplifier or a mixing board; hence, the microphone in the latter situation.

short answer- "yes, but..."

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Roland XP 50 head phone problem


Looks like capacitor problem.Check power supply section also.

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How do i connect my roland D5 keyboard to my pc


What kind of sound card do you have in your PC? Generally you can plug into the line in jack using a stereo RCA to 1/8" stereo plug cord with !/4" adapters on the RCA plugs. Then run from the !/4" left and right output jacks on your D5 to the !/8" line in on your sound card.

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Roland KCW-1 subwoofer speaker problem


I sorry to say but you may have cooked your speaker , I have lost quit a few in my day this sounds very famillar.Try takeing it down to a audio shop and have them realy ck. it out. thats the only real way to be sure. this is a good speeker and they don;t come cheep. they probubly wont even charge you I wouldent. good luck DFD

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