My recorder is showing unsupported
Make sure your memory card is NO BIGGER than 1 GB which is the LARGEST card this unit will operate with... Yes, they are hard to find that small anymore... but that is what has to be used.
Hello my roland street cube
That is the first thing to check. They are most likely inside the circuit board. Remember to replace them with the same voltage and amperage ratings.
No sound on a Roland model KR-4700. All 4 fuses inside are ok.
Do you have an owner's manual......first thing to try would be a factory reset...sometimes this will un-scramble the operating system and set it back to when it left the factory....contact Roland for an owner's manual if you don't have one....hopefully this helps..if not, then you will have to open it up.....
10/18/2021 6:42:25 AM •
on Oct 18, 2021
When i turn on the Fantom G8, it shows a blue
Somehow you have activated the mode to download a new operating system into the unit. It likely is expecting the new SW to be presented form source such as MIDI, USB, or stick.
Get it out of that mode before something gets clobbered. DO a Factory reset which will consists of holding certain buttons and turning power on. Find this procedure in your user manual.
My Roland G70 power up problem. .
Open up the Roland G-70 and check if all the connectors and flatcables are well seated. Check also if the power supply is working as supposed to.
7/31/2021 2:24:59 AM •
on Jul 31, 2021
A musician friend of mine
Diagram is NOT likely to help much. Look for bad soldering at the input and output jacks AND by the power input jacks. Also look for cracked circuit board and or lifted circuit etch. Lastly, the pots and the soldering around them may be part of the problem. Most of the mentioned things are 95% of the problem.
I have a Roland AC-90.
I would expect there is bad soldering or a circuit board crack. Inspect the soldering aound the leads, especially pots and heavy components. Finding all the retaining screws can be frustrating. Expect the screws for the handle to also attach to the amp chasis. They are often hiodden under plastic caps.
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