What is the DSP actually doing? I thought it seemed earlier in this thread that is was basically being used as a distribution amp. That's a pretty expensive DA. If you have someone who can come in and set up the DSP and optimize your system there may be a reason to spend money on a new DSP, but to use it as a DA, not so much.Mac
Well I have had some professionals from a company in DFW come see us and our system to give some proposals on a route forward. Looking at our I/o meters on our dsp when the sound is running, we have some "blips" that go from the top of the green signal level up to the top of the scale, and yes totally random. I have not beeb able to get a pic of it happening when the system "mutes" yet but I have a short iPhone video of it in a live setting that I am trying to figure out how to post here so I can get some feedback on them. I have asked them to submit a quote to me to have one of their tech's come in with an o-scope to determine if it (blips) is being caused by the mixer or if it is isolated to the dsp. Hopefully the later then some proposed options to replace, tune, train, and finally move forward. Any comments welcome, just felt like I owed an update to those who have graciously given their valuable time and advise to our cause. Thank you one and all.
You don't need any scope to see / hear where the blipping is coming from, Take a small powered speaker and plug into the board and listen and wait then plug it into an output on the DSP and listen and wait! You could split the signal from the board, one side of the split feeds the system and the other feeds the powered speaker, connect the second powered speaker to one of the main DSP outputs. Wait and listen to see what speaker the blipping comes from and there will be your answer. You could do the same test with a stereo headphone amp and a set of headphones.A battery powered headphone amp and a set of headphones are a great piece of low tech trouble shooting equipment.
I should have mentioned that the blips are not audible that I can find, just visible on the input / output led's of the dsp, but if I can coble something together, I may try the powered speaker test anyway. Thanks.
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