Was this the correct fix? Something more sinister was going on, and the folks at Echo kindly helped out by providing a schematic. Some interfaces can, others can’t the manual doesn’t say. Many thanks to the following people for their help and advice on this repair: Tried it several times in different PCI slots with the same result. I like to think she has some character, and this mystery will just have to be part of it…. One of these must be the source of the noise.
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Nothing too strange then.
Echo Audio ; David Russell; and the folks at the fantastic diyAudio. I’m thinking I might have to see if Echo tech support will deal with me. Last edited by Setanta on Fri Oct 12, Who is online Laya browsing this forum: But what we can deduce from this is that the noise is only present on the cold side.
Shorting the hot side to ground has zero effect on the volume of the noise. I don’t see the extra device ins and outs in there at all.
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The thing is, I can see the additional ins and outs from the playback and recording devices in Ehco. Was this the correct fix? Thanks for all of your suggestions guys. The problem arises when i fire up Cubase. Very new to this. On arrival, I held this pF 1uF capacitor in place only to find no effect whatsoever.
Well that was a bit 3v a wild goose chase. Thanks for your helpful advice.
I don’t see the additional eight digital channels. I’ll let you know how Echi get on with Echo. The hiss is gone and the audio is impeccable. I’ve used my Echo Layla 3G with Cubase without any major heartache. Look or listen a little closer and shorting cold to ground has no effect on the volume of the speech.
Am I missing something really obvious here? One of these must be the source of the noise. Layla has been my trusty dcho for 10 years of audio projects, but recently she developed an unpleasant and annoying habit that took us both on an interesting adventure. That may get you those other channels in Cubase. But one puzzle remains. Not sure though ecuo I bought both devices second hand. The hot side has the microphone, the cold side has the noise.
I have connected both devices using an ADAT cable. I also have them connected with a BNC wordclock cable.
Something more sinister was going on, and the folks at Echo kindly helped out by providing a schematic. A replacement needed perhaps? I like to think she has some character, and this mystery will just laylla to be part of it…. Yeah, I was afraid of that.
No registered users and 4 guests. Could this be a physical fault?