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MicroTrack Levels are off balance

Everytime I try to record one level is always recording higher than the other. I checked systems and it shows the Left & Right Channel are linked.  Iam going out of my mixer directly into my Microtrack trying to record a Dj mix.   Any help would be appreciated

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That sounds like a hardware problem requiring a service. The front-case buttons are sensitive to pressure and I suspect that they go bad if stored where something is pressing against them.

Posted on Sep 04, 2008

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