Hey man, I am trying to do 4 outputs and its playing on two channels. Like if I plug my korg triton into it, it only plays on the left side. Its not playing in stereo. What can i do. my email address is email@example.com
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I need more info to correctly troubleshoot this. However my best guess from what your telling me is that its either the Audio jack on the Korg or the headphones. If everything else is working properly replace the headphones and the Audio outputs. Post again with more details if that does not work
First plug a set of headphones into the Left audio out and see if you get any sound from there... NOTE: it will only be in the left headset and this is normal. Turn up volume control... note the level will be low as this is a line output, not headset. This is a test to see if there is audio.
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Hello! My Triton LE did that yesterday at rehearsal room. It came on twice (by turning it off and on every time the error message appeared), I could play the auditions and demos but when i hit the keys i heard nothing.
Soon after I went home (still with sweat on my forehead and my heart pumping like a pneumatic drill) I connected it and everything was working like nothing ever happened!
So guys, everybody who has the same problem: Don´t panic! I think for me, the power plug at the rehearsal room had a problem. Who thinks of that? Nobody... So check your keyboard on another power plug...If you can, try it in a friends house. Or check your house plugs.
I assume if the Keyboard doesn´t get enough power, the error message appears. Hope that Helps!
try cleaning ALL the contacts involved with Caig DeOxit (D5, S5. F6, G5, etc.) products*, they work very well. e.g.; cables, inputs, outputs, and (if you're confident) all the contact points "under the hood". this static you speak of sounds like less than stellar contact points and can addressed at home if you've the motivation to DIY.
Hi. It might be a bit late, but the solution to your problem is the fact that the phones level is dependent on output 3-4. If you turn 3-4 all the way up you should be able to hear something. You might want to route all the outputs to the digital mixer.
I think you mean the left channel is out but when you use test tone, the sound comes from left and right channels through the right channel speaker. If this is case, the switching IC is malfuncting. Unit needs service