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Old 04-19-2015, 03:51 AM
BD123123 BD123123 is offline
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Default SC48 - Help with Noisy Input


We have an SC48 and it sounds like one of our inputs has gone "bad". Input 6 on the top card.
Patching this input to any channel/fader results in "noise". All other inputs are fine.

Can anyone help with understanding what might need replaced? Does the whole card (16 inputs) need replaced or can a specific input be fixed/replaced?
Or how do I go about finding the offending part - e.g. A/D convertor. Are there bits on the card can be swapped to identify the specific component at fault?

Unfortunately we are out of warranty.

I know Avid have a place in Dublin, Ireland. Does anyone know what services are available at that location? Do they do repairs, parts or service?

Thanks for any help.
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