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Old 11-09-2012, 12:18 PM
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Default Re: Eleven Rack Output to Amp buzz

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Originally Posted by musicman691 View Post
Sounds like you have grounding issues between the 11R and the amp(s) you're plugged into. Try plugging the AC mains of the 11R and the amps into the same outlet or strip and see what happens. Short of an open ground on the cables you're using to connect the 11R and amp(s) that might be your answer. Use a good quality 1/4 inch to 1/4 inch shielded guitar cable and see what happens.

Also, if you're plugging into a guitar amp and it has an effects loop try plugging the 11R into the loop return - this should bypass the amp's input circuitry. I do that with my Marshall DSL40 amp - 11R output to amp into the effects loop return and both are plugged into the same AC mains outlet. No noise except if I use single coil guitars and/or high gain amp models on the 11R. I also don't have any flourescent lights around or crt screens to give off noise.
Mate, see my postings. I've done all that....
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