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Author Topic: UR4D, UR1 dropouts UR2 totally stable?  (Read 4383 times)

Art Williams

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Re: UR4D, UR1 dropouts UR2 totally stable?
« Reply #10 on: August 06, 2015, 12:32:07 pm »

What were you feeding into the XLR?

Mic level program, DI'd Aux Feed.
I do this all the time with my Sennheiser stuff.
Watch to make sure I don't overdrive transmitter, etc...
Mac also used different TA4F cables, only thing not changed was 1/4 TS and DI but they also never moved so don't "think" that should have caused it.

I can't seem to recreate the problem in shop, so I guess I'll find out this weekend...running 4 RF guitars on TA4F to 1/4 cables.
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Re: UR4D, UR1 dropouts UR2 totally stable?
« Reply #11 on: August 07, 2015, 04:00:44 pm »

Mic level program, DI'd Aux Feed.
I do this all the time with my Sennheiser stuff.
Watch to make sure I don't overdrive transmitter, etc...
Mac also used different TA4F cables, only thing not changed was 1/4 TS and DI but they also never moved so don't "think" that should have caused it.

I can't seem to recreate the problem in shop, so I guess I'll find out this weekend...running 4 RF guitars on TA4F to 1/4 cables.

i asked mostly because i was wondering if perhaps there was some very high frequency content in there that was messing with the pilot tone.  i know it's a reach, but it seemed like something to at least rule out.

it'll be interesting to see if it works just fine with the 1/4" adapters....
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