Expression Pedal not going 0-100 with H9 Max

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    • #114727
      agordon
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      Hi, I just got the H9 max and an Ernie Ball VP JR 25k pedal. The pedal works normally when plugged into my keyboard without the H9. When plugged into the H9, the pedal goes 0-100 for about 1 minute and then it only goes to 0-60 or 62 (varies) after that. Has anyone had a similar experience?

    • #149180
      brock
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      – Expression Pedal Calibrate (ON, OFF) Press the HOTKNOB button to select. Select OFF to disable automatic Expression Pedal calibration. Press the PRESETS button once to back-up one level to UTILITY menu. Press the PRESETS button twice to go to top level System menu.

      Leave it ON once to calibrate the pedal.  Full heel, then full toe … maybe a couple of times, to be certain.  Once the correct expression pedal range is locked in, set the system [PDLCAL] parameter to OFF.

    • #149185
      agordon
      Member

      Yes, that seems to have done the trick! Thanks.

    • #149223
      jlane0710
      Member

      I thought it worth mentioning that in my case (Dunlop DVP3), if I insert the jack while the H9 is on, I usually get a maximum calibration from 0 to about 87-92. If I turn the H9 off and back on, it will calibrate 0 to 100. Probably has something to do with the ring voltage making contact as the plug is inserted.

      • #149226
        nickrose
        Moderator
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        jlane0710 wrote:
        I thought it worth mentioning that in my case (Dunlop DVP3), if I insert the jack while the H9 is on, I usually get a maximum calibration from 0 to about 87-92. If I turn the H9 off and back on, it will calibrate 0 to 100. Probably has something to do with the ring voltage making contact as the plug is inserted.

        Older software would automatically calibrate, possibly acting as you describe.

        More recent software allows you to turn autocalibrate on and off, meaning that you calibrate it once for a given pedal, and it then saves the results. At this time, you turn autocalibrate off.

         

         

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