Thanks for the input. I've got it connected to an 882/20 of protools mix setup. Since the
triton is the only thing going into the 882 I am now trying to find out if that might be the
culprit. I'll keep you posted. Hope it's not this decoupling capacitor because it's a brand
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, John Marzich <tyvek@p...> wrote:
> I have had a "Ground Loop" do this and also a bad "decoupling capacitor" in the output
stage which will get worse and need replacement. If possible isolate the unit from any rack
and other equipment and plug in preferably with headphones and see if it disappears.
> If isolating the unit into say a portable guitar amp shows the same then it is probably a
capacitor needing to be replaced.
> Musicengraving@a... wrote:
> In a message dated 10/29/2004 8:03:06 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> bob.lowen@u... writes:
> Hello all,
> I just got myself a tritonrack and have the following problem. About 45
> minutes after
> switching it on and while it is just standing there, I get a soundburst
> (like a gunshot in a
> cathedral). Other than that it seems to work nicely. Any idea what might
> cause this?
> Thanks, Bob.
> Hi Bob,
> To what do you have the triton linked? (if anything) Does it happen when you
> simple plug it in anlisten with headphones?