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    • #114196
      yuri romboli
      Member

      Hello everybody,

      Is there someone who experienced a bothering hiss noise from speakers when plugged the mixing link into the mixer? This noise seems to be not related to the presence of some noisy pedal in the pedal chain as the problem was already present when the sequence was mic –> mixing link –> mixer. 

      I also tryed to activate/deactivate the ground lift switch. No  changes.

      I need to find a solution to this problem, please help me!

    • #146570
      JWaltz
      Participant

      Hi Yuri, how are you connecting to the mixer?

      If you are using the XLR DI/LINE out, make sure this is set to the DI setting using the slideswitch on the bottom of the pedal. Also chk the mic gain switch on the MXLNK this may be set to 'high gain' when it doesn't need to be potentially adding too much level at this stage.

      Can you email me more details of the actual I/O connectors you are using from MXLNK to the MIXER

      thanks

      jwaltz@eventide.com

    • #154364
      Jonathanbm
      Member

      Hi Yuri. 

      I have just got the MixingLink and am currently experiencing the same issue. Have you got any reply, how to minimize the noise?

      Regards

      Jonathan

    • #154365
      JWaltz
      Participant
      yuri romboli wrote:

      Hello everybody,

      Is there someone who experienced a bothering hiss noise from speakers when plugged the mixing link into the mixer? This noise seems to be not related to the presence of some noisy pedal in the pedal chain as the problem was already present when the sequence was mic –> mixing link –> mixer. 

      I also tryed to activate/deactivate the ground lift switch. No  changes.

      I need to find a solution to this problem, please help me!

      hi Yuri,

      Can you say which MXLNK connectors you are using to connect to the Mixer, and what type of input you are are using on your mixer.

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      Also can you say what the MXLNK mic/input gain sw level is set to and what the MXLNK DI/LINE XLR out level (bottom of unit) is set to? 

      thanks, joe waltz

      eventide

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    • #167241
      Deenyar
      Participant

      Hi everyone,

      It seems I am having the same issue, tried to investigate opening the pedal but did not see anything.

      It is not linked to how I connect it, the noise is present even with nothing plugged on it, and with any position of GND lift, or line/DI…

      What component could be causing this?

      Thanks

    • #154366
      JWaltz
      Participant

      Hi Jonathan,

      Can you say what your set up is and how it is connected and what MXLNK gain switches are set to?

      thanks, joe waltz

      eventide

       

      Jonathanbm wrote:

      Hi Yuri. 

      I have just got the MixingLink and am currently experiencing the same issue. Have you got any reply, how to minimize the noise?

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      Regards

      Jonathan

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    • #154370
      Jonathanbm
      Member

      Hi Joe,

      My setup is DPA 4099 -(XLR, into Mic/Line In)-> MixingLink-(XLR, through DI/Line out)-> Behringer Xenyx 802 mixer -(Jack/Line, through Phones))-> Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 80 Ohm.

      The MXLNK gain is set to 1 o’clock, and I have the “GND Lift” and the “-20” activated.

       

      Connected to my MixingLink, I have a Neunaber reverberator.

      I play on a trombone.

      I have just tried to connect my headphones directly to the MixingLink, both through the inputs “To amp” and “Phones”  and there are slightly less noise here. But here, the volume can’t get up to a niveau that is comfortable enough, and it’s also only mono through the “To amp” input, as it should be.

      I have tried it on a PA-system as well. Here are do the same, except for the Behringer-mixer, I connect the “DI/Line Out” to a normal XLR-input. Here I have the same issue with the noise.

       

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      Best regards

      Jonathan

       

      JWaltz wrote:

      Hi Jonathan,

      Can you say what your set up is and how it is connected and what MXLNK gain switches are set to?

      thanks, joe waltz

      eventide

       

      Jonathanbm wrote:

      Hi Yuri. 

      I have just got the MixingLink and am currently experiencing the same issue. Have you got any reply, how to minimize the noise?

      Regards

      Jonathan

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    • #154371
      JWaltz
      Participant
      Jonathanbm wrote:

      Hi Joe,

      My setup is DPA 4099 -(XLR, into Mic/Line In)-> MixingLink-(XLR, through DI/Line out)-> Behringer Xenyx 802 mixer -(Jack/Line, through Phones))-> Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 80 Ohm.

      The MXLNK gain is set to 1 o’clock, and I have the “GND Lift” and the “-20” activated.

      Connected to my MixingLink, I have a Neunaber reverberator.

      I play on a trombone.

      I have just tried to connect my headphones directly to the MixingLink, both through the inputs “To amp” and “Phones”  and there are slightly less noise here. But here, the volume can’t get up to a niveau that is comfortable enough, and it’s also only mono through the “To amp” input, as it should be.

      I have tried it on a PA-system as well. Here are do the same, except for the Behringer-mixer, I connect the “DI/Line Out” to a normal XLR-input. Here I have the same issue with the noise.

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      Hi Jonathan,

      What is the DI/LINE out level set to?

      This switch is in the bottom. DI setting should make it quieter.

      lmk, joe

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