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jjr
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coco bleed

Post by jjr » Sun Sep 30, 2018 7:24 pm

hey all,
When I use my cocoquantus 2 I can hear the oscillators pretty much all the time even if the buffers are clear and there is no input. Like If I turn the rate and chaos I can hear the change in the "silence". Does anyone else have this problem?
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Post by Cowabunga-man » Sun Oct 21, 2018 1:59 pm

Yep, mine too. The bleed can get rather loud when playing at high (live) volumes. It's far more noticeable when pitch is up so I try to remember to turn it down when possible. Would be interesting to know if this is a generation 2 issue.

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Post by Chartreuse-J » Sun Oct 21, 2018 8:03 pm

I have zero oscillator noise issue with a RME Fireface UCX and direct unbalanced mono stereo input.

3.5 TRS Male ----split==== 1/4 Mono Right/ 1/4 Mono Left---(To interface)

My CoCo was made in 17, so perhaps there was a board revision.

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Post by elil » Mon Oct 22, 2018 4:59 am

Cowabunga-man wrote:Yep, mine too. The bleed can get rather loud when playing at high (live) volumes. It's far more noticeable when pitch is up so I try to remember to turn it down when possible. Would be interesting to know if this is a generation 2 issue.
Same here. Coco 2 from January 2018.

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Post by krv » Mon Oct 22, 2018 5:08 am

No bleed for my 1 month d Coco II

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Post by cebec » Mon Oct 22, 2018 10:41 am

I can hear bleed from this < 1 month old C2...

But, I have to turn up the mixer input trim to maximum, engage the consumer level boost and turn up the Monitor output to maximum in order to hear it, though it's faint. I have to put my ear next to the monitor, which is cranked pretty high, as well.

Can't hear any bleed from my C1, same settings as above.

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