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Tascam dp02 cf , when i arm the track and speak through the microphone it is extremely quiet and i cant hear hardly anything through headphones or monitoring speakers my master slide is up and also my track slide is up and my headphone send is on max!

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  • WF34 Mar 09, 2008

    I have the same issue with the DP 02

  • lschwegler Jan 17, 2009

    Same here

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Try a seperate mike pre-amp, solved my problem. The output of both my dynamic and condenser mikes was too weak for the built-in pre amps in the DP02. Seperate pre-amps are also quieter than the DP pre-amps Turn the seperate pre-amps up first, then use minimal DP02 pre-amp. Good luck

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

Make sure its on input a because a is louder than b

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

Phantom power on? Turn everything down before turning the phantom power on

Posted on Apr 18, 2008

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