||FH-2 not detecting Roli Seaboard Block
| br>Hello! So I've hit a wall with attempting to troubleshoot this and I cannot figure out what the problem is.
The FH-2 is not detecting the Roli Seaboard Block. I have the Roli configured in single channel mono mode communicating on MIDI ch1. The FH-2 is also successfully configured to be listening on MIDI ch1 in mono mode. When I patch the usb from the Roli directly to the FH-2 it doesn't work.
I can confirm that the Roli is sending the correct MIDI messages through a MaxMSP MIDI tester. I can also confirm the FH-2 is listening for the correct MIDI messages by routing the MIDI through my computer to the FH-2. However I get nothing when directly patching the Roli to the FH-2.
Here is a video demo of the issue.
Thanks & Happy New Year! br> br>
| br>The 'A' isn't showing up on the FH-2's screen; seems it's not enumerating. How do you have the jumper set for powering the Roli? Maybe try switching the jumper to see if it's power related? br> br>
|auxren wrote: |
|The 'A' isn't showing up on the FH-2's screen; seems it's not enumerating. How do you have the jumper set for powering the Roli? Maybe try switching the jumper to see if it's power related? |
Just tried both jumper positions and still nothing :(
Could it be that my power supply is not sufficient? I'm using the 4ms Row Power 30 and tried it with only powering the FH-2.
Also, the Roli has an internal battery, so this shouldn't be an issue if it's charged, right?
Thanks for your help. br> br>
| br>Ah! dang... so I think I just got to the bottom of it...
Pretty sure my USB A jack is broken. I'm getting an intermittent connection.
It randomly started working at one point, then a slight tap on the USB plug and the connection is lost.
I've tried 3 different USB cables with the same result.
So frustrating because I just got this new and I've been trying to troubleshoot the issue for days!
Here are a few video demos with different cables: