little noise in front of amp timefactor

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    • #107833

      hello, as i am always using eventide factor in my amp's loop ive never noticed that but when i tried to plug in in front of any amps i have a little hiss or noise very unaccpetable to me is anyone ever noticed that , of course i tried line and amp line switches nothing changed

      amp used SUHR badger and PT50 custom audio AMP

      i wait for answers

    • #122003

      When used with some low impedance tube amps it may sound like TimeFactor is
      adding noise/brightness when Active because it is acting as a buffer. This is really letting you hear the highs that were lost from your signal without a buffer. Many amps have buffered effects loops to
      address this issue. In this case we recommend that you connect our Stompboxes through the
      effects loop of these amps. If your amp does not have an effects loop, or if you prefer to run our
      Stompboxes in front of the amp (after the guitar before the amp’s input,) a solution would be to
      always have a buffer pedal in the signal chain. Also it is important that enough signal is getting to the TimeFactor's input. The new V3.0.0beta[16] has a level meter which can help with this. For more info see the V3.0.0beta[16] release notes on the update page.

    • #122006

      thx a lot for your quick answers will try that

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