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Old 02-25-2007, 04:18 AM
GoButtonGuy GoButtonGuy is offline
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Default How noisy is your Mbox 2 Mini?

I picked up an Mbox 2 Mini earlier and noticed a background, but fairly loud oscillation from the interface. It didn't happen until I started PT. It's loud enough to be unacceptable to me. It's not in the cans output, doesn't go away when the mon mute is enabled and is only audible when PT is launched on the computer. When I quit PT, the noise disappears. If I set the interface as the output for the Mac audio system, no problem, nice and clean as long as PT isn't running at the time.


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