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Hi, my problem with the keyboard pa800 is that when I laod my rythm, then when I playit, a irritating noise comes out with the rythms, I have updates the keybaord many times but I couldn't solve this problem

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  • najib arya Feb 05, 2010

    No sir, the noise is like jjerr, jang, chong, ghang, ****. like this sounds. but the standerd rythems playing normaly but when I start my own rythems this problem reise aging

  • najib arya Feb 05, 2010

    Sir I am waiting for you

  • najib arya Feb 05, 2010

    hi, my problem with the keyboard pa800 is that when I laod my rythm, then when I playit, a irritating noise comes out with the rythms, I have updates the keybaord many times but I couldn't solve this problem

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Good day, you may have some grounded board/wirings from the keyboard goin to the audio out thats why youre hearing a noise. you may take your pa800 to an accredited service center for it may void the warranty. hope this helps, have a nice day

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Hi there,

Well the all i have to say that there is a earthing problem........ check for proper ground....... is it sound like girrrr girrrr.....? if yes then sure it's a earth wire problem, so first of all you can check for the proper earth........
Please reply for more help or information........

Good Luck!!

Thanks

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