Question about Korg Mini Kp Kaoss Pad
Posted by Anonymous on
The kaos pad is a mainly input based machine ... You sure you got sound going in?
Posted on May 23, 2009
Try connecting the main output to the input of the Kaoss and the output of the Kaoss to your amp. You will get more signal.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
I have the same Kaoss Pad mini and have exactly the same problem. I have asked for a solution as well!
The only way I have been able to use live is to turn up master on mixer to compensate, but this is incredibly hard to do if you're not always going through the KP as you have to adjust master volume each time up or down.
I haven't heard any volume problems with the full size Kaoss Pads, think it might just be a KP mini problem.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
I'm having the problem too...I'm thinking that maybe getting the DC adapter MAY fix it though as stated in the Manual: "...The output level of the mini-KP will be smaller than its input level. This is because the attenuator circuit is connected at the input section, considering that the mini-KP is used on battery power." so maybe the dc connector will increase output volume?
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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