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Old 02-22-2011, 02:30 PM
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Default high noise floor in wireless ear monitors

Hi,
PT HD Accel on a Mac G5.
192

When we plug outputs 7 and 8 from the 192 into an older Senheiser Transmitter/receiver system for monitoring a mix in ProTools, there is a rather loud "pink noise like" hash in the headphones.
When we plug the phones into the output on the transmitter itself, the noise is not there.
Any idea of where/how the hash is getting into the receivers?
Any other non-computer related source does not produce the noise.

The idea was to do a rehearsal with several wireless sets of phones.


Thanks if anyone has any ideas.

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