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Registered: Dec 2007
Location: Guelph
Problem with Xone:32- L and R not balanced

Hey folks,

I problem recently developed with my zone 32. The right channel is consistently lower than the left channel.

With all tracks on all inputs, the right channel will never be balanced with the left. I can correct it using the balance, but when it is at zero (balanced) the inequality remains.


Any idea what this could be?


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Old Post Nov-16-2011 20:45  Trinidad and Tobago
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What is your source? CD, vinyl, etc.?

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Source is from CDJ's or my computer. I have two decks + my computer hooked up.


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Have you tried running just one channel from each input at a time and checked if it's channel specific?

Otherwise, it could be a bad solder joint on the outputs themselves; if a balanced signal (I mean conventional terms) loses one of the three conductors it can be out of phase and or lower in volume.

You could check it by playing a constant signal through one channel with the master LR balance set to the middle, then running a volt meter across the points on the left and right output.

Make a note of the left channel readings and see if the right has the same. If not, then open that puppy up, and if you can get to the solder joints, then resolder them with a bit of new solder.

Of course, if it's under warranty then just take it back to the store.

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Thanks.

Ill test that out..


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Old Post Nov-21-2011 15:49  Trinidad and Tobago
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troubleshooting 101: check all the cables, every single one, input and output cables. It often is the main culprit. Absolutely no need for complicated operations like described above just yet.


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quote:
Originally posted by Mmanu
troubleshooting 101: check all the cables, every single one, input and output cables. It often is the main culprit. Absolutely no need for complicated operations like described above just yet.


Definitely, but this part deals with that....

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Have you tried running just one channel from each input at a time and checked if it's channel specific?

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