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Problems with sound that is coming from computer (output monitoring)

Playing instruments trough edirol UA-101 causes soundproblems in output monitoring. When we have playded some time, abou 15seconds, music turns out metallic, distorted. when I turn direct monitor volume to input monitoring, sound turns out normal. Wheb we record it to Sonar 4 home edition, everything sounds normal. Computer,that I'll use is HP laptop with USB 2,0 and Windows XP

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The first thing you should do is to uninstall the EDIROL UA-101 USB2 Driver Ver.1.0.3 for Windows XP and reinstall the system. If the problem persist try to use other usb cable, if the problem still the same please let me know inorder to make another procedure to follow to identify the problem.

Hope this will be helpful.

Posted on Nov 28, 2007

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