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Trying to get rid of delay

The manual warns that there will be a delay because the signals on board will go through the digital processor. It suggests two ways to get rid of the delay but they certainly do not work. The delay is quite annoying and really throws off the drummers who rely on the monitors.

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Is it possible to run all the signals through so they all have the delay?

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

  • rah1379 Jan 18, 2009

    is it possible to run all the signals through so they all have the delay?

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