calibration?

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  • #23612
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    hej,

    i have a serious problem.

    Is there absolutely no way to calibrate a 144 surface? Faders are completely off and some of them get all juggly-wiggly when entering GEQ mode. It’s getting almost impossible to mix on it :(

    H.

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    quote:


    Originally posted by Heldar

    hej,

    i have a serious problem.

    Is there absolutely no way to calibrate a 144 surface? Faders are completely off and some of them get all juggly-wiggly when entering GEQ mode. It’s getting almost impossible to mix on it :(

    H.

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    From other posts, its usually a hardware failure that caused this, not simply faders out of calibration. Make an appointment with a service center :(

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    #33195
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    quite right TK2K, usually results in new fader board from what I remember

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    Thats really bad, it makes me not use 144 board ever again. Too bad. Thumbs down

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    quote:


    Thats really bad, it makes me not use 144 board ever again. Too bad. Thumbs down


    I’d be happy to pay for shipping if you want to get rid of it [:D]

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    Originally posted by Heldar

    Thats really bad, it makes me not use 144 board ever again. Too bad. Thumbs down

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    Wait you realize what you are complaining about is a broken fader bank, not the fact that lack of calibration broke your faders, right?

    I’ve had fader banks fail on almost all major console manufacturers, iLive (from what I understand) auto-calibrates, when it can no longer do that its because of a hardware failure, and the symptom is fader out of position.

    It’s completely fixable, akin to throwing away your car for a flat tire.

    iDR-48, T-112, Mixpad
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