Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Your Profex likely has a dead NiCD battery. You are getting this error because this battery maintains your personal effect settings on an SRAM chip that requires constant power to "live". You can try reinitializing the SRAM on your unit by doing the following:
1. Power off your Profex.
2. Press and Hold the "PLAY" and "GLOBAL" buttons while powering the unit on.
3. You should see a message on the display that reads "MEMORY INITIALIZED". Afterwards the Profex should act normal.
4. If your internal battery is getting low or is already dead, it is going to start leaking (if it hasn't already). YOU NEED TO GET THAT BATTERY CHANGED NOW!!!!! If enough battery acid leaks onto the circuit board, it will ruin your Profex forever.
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
My peavey transtube fx is blinking DSP Interface error (resetting system) what should i do? it wont get past that message..
Posted on Dec 26, 2013
First try to reset the factory settings.Second, check the backup battery... Solomon
Posted on Jan 26, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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