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insanely evil buzzing

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by blasted01, Nov 5, 2003.

  1. blasted01

    blasted01 Guest

    This sucks, i got this cr 1604 like i was saying, and i get it out of the box, it seems to work after i buy the power cord. Plug in the headphones cuz it was kind of late, and toy around with it. It seems like its in good enough shape. The problem is i dont have any monitors at the moment due to an electrical fire in my friends garage. So i plug the bal/unbal main outputs into this old marshal cab i have here and all i get is a terrible buzzing, like 60 cycle hum on pcp or something. could it be the marshal? it dident have a problem with my phonic mm1705, and we all know thats a peice of crap?
    Anyone know whats up?
  2. realdynamix

    realdynamix Well-Known Member

    Feb 23, 2001
    :) Blasted, you plugged +4db into HI Z /Hi gain instrument level input?. Or was it a line level input?
    I expect if you don't hear hum in the phones, it could be a level mismatch, toooo much gain. Try it on the line in's of someones stereo.

    Sorry to hear about about your fire :( .

  3. Kurt Foster

    Kurt Foster Distinguished Member

    Jul 2, 2002
    77 Sunset Lane.
    Try running the direct output of a channel or an aux send to the Marshall. if the buzz stops, you know its the main bus on the mixer..
  4. Scott_Fouts

    Scott_Fouts Guest

    this probably goes without saying since you mentioned the 60hz hum by name - but make sure they're on the same ground circuit along with everything else in the loop.

    not too long ago i saw the same problem arise when a signal conditioner somehow took a piece of equipment out of the loop that everything else was plugged into. and that was strange.

    good luck.

    scott sends . . .
  5. freaky

    freaky Guest

    Was it just the cab, or was it into an amp as well? I read somewhere that the headphone jack will work well with an amp's input, (cheap alternative to a re-amp box...) can anyone confirm this? I think Rick nailed it though, try patching it into a stereo.

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