What are some of the most interesting problems that you've solved in the audio world? I'm especially interested in problems that may have plagued systems for years, unique situations that required unique solutions (safe solutions, of course), or problems that were particularly difficult to resolve.----------As for myself, one of the churches in my denomination had a feed from the sanctuary system to the fellowship hall. They complained for years that the feed was distorted, and supposedly had several "experts" (possibly just music store salesmen) look at it without resolution. Since it's across the country from where I live, it wasn't something that I could just pop over and take a look at.Back in 2000, that congregation hosted the national convention of our denomination and I attended. When I first walked into the fellowship hall during a service, my first impression was that it sounded like clipping -- most likely from an overdriven input. After the service, I took a look at how things were set up, and found that the feed was connected to a microphone input on the fellowship hall system, from a 1/4" speaker level output off the amplifier in the sanctuary.It was a simple matter to move the feed from the speaker output to an available 1/4" line level output, and the problem was solved.The moral of the story? Not all 1/4" outputs are the same. Apparently some "experts" haven't realized this.
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