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Digitech Vocalist LIve 3 Problem: My mic signal is lost when I toggle from the harmony switch back to the clean channel/ effect channel. I have had this problem on two different units....any solutions? Similar problems?

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Do a factory reset - explained in the owners manual. Sometimes these units "lock up" with a problem and I have found that doing a factory reset "cleans" it up putting all setting back to factory.

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MAYBE CHECK YOUR TOGGLE SWITCH, YOU MAY HAVE TO REPLACE IT.

Posted on Mar 23, 2011

  • howekyle Mar 23, 2011

    Thanks but both units are/were brand new.

  • gklohn Mar 23, 2011

    CHECK YOUR SENSORY.

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