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Right but these were recently serviced by you so I’m sure you’ve checked for failing components.
I’m having him check the connections and send me some pictures.
Hi Ted I need to talk you you in a private message
Ok thanks..I’ve run out of options here….Please e-mail me I have another question. Ok we installed the light sensors and we still have exactly the same issue..a 9 db difference in channels.
So we tried everything we could think of and now..I guess I have to send it to England.
ok I’ll take a pair please..how do we proceed? Yes you did point that out. We were just in a chip changing kind of mood I guess! We replaced most of the chips and the problem persists. It may be one of the light sensors Thanks! HI Ted
would you be kind enough to send a flow chart and schematic to my e-mail?
we dont think it’s the leds or cell and want to check the chips out next.
We want to swap the left and right chips to see if the problem follows. And it is a 9db difference when compressing
only. signal passes evenly when it’s bypassed
Thanks Ted…that gives us another avenue to explore.
I’ll keep you posted!
I’m getting closer to sending this unit back to you…it’s still 6 db lower on the left side. Could there be any other reason we’ve over looked??
I am going to ask some questions of my new tech to see if there’s anything else he can check out
Are you planning a trip to the states any time soon?
Many thanks in advance!! Hi Ted it’s many months later and still no joy. My tech guy hasn’t been able to figure out why one side is compressing more than the other.
So in a last ditch attempt to get this back in service I think i want to send it off to you.
Unless you think there’s some one in the USA who can fix it…
I know Jim Kay has been in touch but he said you sent him a flow chart for the sc2 and not the full schematic and it’s still not fixed
one side is compressing more than the other and it’s not the input knob and the chips aren’t over heating
Really need your help on this.