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  • #55094
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    Darkmutton
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    Can anyone offer any help before I contact A&H?

    QU16 used last night for an open mic night and i had mics in channel 1&2. The mic in channel 2 was loud and clear but channel 1 was quiter and sounded slightly muffled and not as clear. Both mics and cables are the same makes but I swapped them over between channels and no difference, so not a mic/cable fault. No gates or compressors active and peq settings were copied from one to the other so both of them the same.

    Is there anything else I could be missing?

    #55096
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    [XAP]Bob
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    I’d try a hard reset, but it rather sounds like there is either a setting you missed – or that the preamp/ADC in one channel is on the way out.

    A reset will make sure that there are no missed settings…

    #55097
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    MarkPAman
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    Are you using the local inputs mic->lead->desk, or a D Snake?

    Things to check that are not so obvious to see, are the DCAs, though they shouldn’t make anything muffled.

    #55204
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    Darkmutton
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    Cheers guys, I’m using local inputs so no D Snake to worry about. A hard reset has reduced the problem but not cured it totally although it is now at a point where I wouldn’t really have noticed it to start with.

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