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Fostex mr16 Hi...yes I am using stock memory. Any ideas

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Let me check the specs on it. Where abouts are you located?

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

  • Jason Medeiros
    Jason Medeiros Feb 11, 2008

    Do you have a phone numer i can call you on. I can try to help you over the phone. I do a lot of recording my self with digital music so I think I might know what you problem it


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My MR16 says HDD full- so I erased 12 songs and 10 wav files to free up space. No matter how much i erase it still says HDD full when i attempt to record. do i have to initialize and lose everything to...

I had the same problem. After some reasarch I found out that even if you erase a song the data is still on the recorder in "hidden files".

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Jen / Gently, I know you asked your question a long while ago, but I've got a solution. I had been having the same problem with mine for a while but I found an easy fix which worked for me. The outputs were acting weird, sometimes only the left channel would play, sometimes only the right, sometimes nothing. So I took mine apart, looking for a short. I couldn't find anything, so I tried my backup plan - spraying a can of computer duster (compressed air) around every nook and crany. I guess some grime inside was causing the short. Works as good as new now. I'd say first try spraying the duster with the case on, and see if that works, but you might have to take the case off. It's easy to remove.

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