Question about Samson Audio Players & Recorders
How do I prevent this from happening the audio played fine for 40 minutes or so and then it just made a popping sound and the lights were all red.
Go check out these pictures, and there is some good info about micing up your drums. :) Recording it is then a case of getting levels good for a start by worling your way around the kit one drum at a time setting the level for that drum. a bit of nice reverb in the mix and out come you drums.... whoooohhooooo
Posted on May 13, 2008
SOURCE: Popping and fading of sound
The "popping" sound could be electricity jumping from one place to another.An internal SHORT in a transistor, an internal OPEN in a resistor.Intermittent [sometimes it does,sometimes it dose not] arcing electronic parts.
Dust [metal filings,very fine hair that burns like a fuse] & dirt [anything metal], arcing (shorted) capacitors.Bad connections on ANY ground connector.
Possible:: your surround sound MASKED the popping sounds by acting like a FILTER.Which lets me to think that your problem is in the audio section.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
things can cause static.
First, If you have your speakers turned up to high it will give you feedback causing distortion and static. I recommend using a headset when videoing.
Second reason is, if you are using a laptop and have added an external microphone between the two it will cause distortion and static.
Not knowing the configuration of your computer makes it harder to analyze the problem.
So hope this is of some help. Bud
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
The unit is SUBJECT to radio interference from other systems in the area such as high power taxicab radios for example and other services. 30 seconds might be about the time for a radio transmission. The system, while being interfered with, likely will NOT generate audible sounds and due to the squelch algorithm may MUTE the system.
Sorry, but you are a SECONDARY user per FCC definition and they are licensed and you are sharing bandwidth. You cannot interfere with them, but they can interfere with you. You should probablly get a UHF system that has less chance of interference. While recording, frankly I would be wired, not wireless. I am both an electrical engineer nd a HAM so I am aware of these problems.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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