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It doesn't seem like a typical "feedback" problem, as feeback is produced by over modulation between the amplifier and the source - usually a pickup or microphone. It may be your cables to your amplifier are bad, or the actual line out jack(s) may have gone bad. If it is more of a humming sound rather than feedback, that is most likely your issue. If you have additional patch cables, switch out the existing ones, and see if that ends it. If not, it is possibly the jack(s).

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Did you look here under support:http://www.bossus.com/gear/productdetails.php?ProductId=772# Also there is an update available under downloads. The Preset Protect function protects factory patches at locations 1-5 from being overwritten. It is shipped with the demo audio saved there and the preset protect enabled. Here is the manual for creating patches:http://cms.rolandus.com/assets/media/pdf/RC50WS03.pdf The rest of the manuals are under support. The manuals have hot links to each other for various subjects. You can reach their product support dept. by phone or email. There is a knowlege base with answers to questions about problems other owners have:http://www.bossus.com/gear/productdetails.php?ProductId=772#

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Hi I just got a RC 50 and I face the same problem but looking the content of the data in the Roland folder (after you connect the USB) , I notice the format of the label of each sound's and I understood the problem. So , here it is . Before you connect to USB , you have to choose a patch , let say n.16 OK, now the audio file that you want to import into the data folder must be named in this way "016_1.WAV" ,the 16 refer to the patch number and 1 is the phrase number (if you want to put the audio file into the phrase 1 ,or 2 if 2 ecc.) now disconnect the USB .At this point you just have to increase or decrease the patch number just one time and go back to 16 (it has to refresh the patch info) and you'll find your audio file ready to use in whatever phrase you put it.
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