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XLRF Digisnake driving me crazy

Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by WRX07, Apr 7, 2005.

  1. WRX07

    WRX07 Guest

    I've been trying for the past hour to connect it to my Rosetta 800, but I just cant get the right pin to screw in. The left one goes in every time, but for the life of me I can't get the right to screw in. Has anyone had this same problem? Any suggestions? I've even tried another XLRF digisnake...thank you
     
  2. Duardo

    Duardo Guest

    Are you sure the screws are threaded the same? I know there are two threading standards out there (US and metric I believe) and even thought the D-Sub connectors themselves are the same, the screws may be different. I know some companies like Pro Co include both types of screws with their snakes. It wouldn't surprise me if Apogee was US and Digi was metric. It seems odd that one side works, although it may well be that that side is stripped or something.

    A trip to the hardware store may be all it takes.

    -Duardo
     
  3. WRX07

    WRX07 Guest

    Apogee's customer service replied to my frantic e-mail within a couple hours, and Leon said he'd send "Apogee snake screws that would be appropriate." I sent a return e-mail asking what he meant, but so far no reply.
     

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