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Audio very minimal. Happened just one day I turned it on - all volume knobs at max, from both headphone and main output. Tried factory reset. There is more idle buzz than I remember hearing, and when I strike a pad, I can hear the sound very faintly coming through.

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Seem like a problem with the internal amp this an electronic circuit problem.

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