Question about Mackie 1604 Vlz3 16 Channel Mixer
Mackie CR1604 has a consistent click/pop at high gains for all channels. is this duw to a bad PSU
Without hearing the noise or seeing it on a scope, I can't say for sure, but this type of noise can come from a number of sources. If there is a high signal level on one bus, you could be getting some cross-talk from that channel onto the channel with the higher gain setting. Try to track this down a bit by experimentation. For example, do you hear this with NO connections at all, but with the gain turned up on one channel?
Please try a few things to narrow this down a bit and I'll try to provide you with some options.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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