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796Re: Low Audio Output

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  • jonyeo909
    Jun 26, 2012
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      Hi Both,

      Appreciate the response.

      The filter is not self resonating. When i first discovered the audio being low, i went through the parameters including the Hi/Low toggle switch, as i tot the low audio could be deal to these settings, unfortunately not.

      When i was at the filter /Resonance section, I set the filter to FULL and manually sweeps the Resonance , i can hear me sweeping it manually BUT with low audio output of the VCOs.

      Your thoughts ? Thanks in advance

      Jon

      --- In korg_mono-poly@yahoogroups.com, Alan Dicker <alanmdicker@...> wrote:
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      > Hi Jonyeo909. Do you say you can hear the filter self resonating at the normal level but the VCO's are quiet?  If that's is the case then the Hi/Lo/off switch wouldn't be the candidate would it Florain?
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      > If the level of everything is low including the filter and I'm reading it wrong then Florain's suggestion is he most likely cause ;)  get some switch cleaner in there and flick the switch back and fourth several times.
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      >
      > The CHD midi should interferer with any of the analogue voice circuits as it only interfaces with the key assigning board which is why we have the stepped pitch wheel implementation so I doubt the kit has anything to do with it but installing it may have exasperated and existing problem to a now noticeable level.
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      >
      > Alan
      >
      >
      > ________________________________
      > From: Florian Anwander <fanwander@...>
      > To: korg_mono-poly@yahoogroups.com
      > Cc: jonyeo909 <jon909@...>
      > Sent: Tuesday, 26 June 2012, 17:38
      > Subject: Re: [korg_mono-poly] Low Audio Output
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      >
      >  
      > Hello Jon
      >
      > Am 26.06.2012 16:10, schrieb jonyeo909:
      > > On a Good Day, the MP works like charm, with full audio output, without the problem mentioned.
      > The cause is simply dirt or oxidation in the Hi/Lo/Off switch.
      >
      > Florian
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