I apologize in advance if this comes across too strongly worded as I value ArneLine6's input on this forum. I am also intensely frustrated by the current state of affairs with the "DreamScape" system. I frankly find it disingenuous, or the consequence of a company in the denial stage of a production line problem, (either way it is counter-productive) when Line 6 staff try to characterize this rattling issue as minimal, barely audible, rarely occurring, "only occurring in some speakers", and not a problem for a live show. The user 'tudscamp' reasserted, and rightly so, that the rattle is distinctly audible, not minimal, and disruptive to both live performance and, I would add, recording. At which point the Line6 rep changed tactics and tried to assert that the rattling must be an 'additional' issue not related to the fan rattle the rest of us have been getting. So now Line6 has moved from minimizing the issue to attempting to assert that tudscamp's issue is a "special case". His is not a special case.
It is hard for me to remain optimistic about Line6 providing a timely fix for this issue when they are still unable to acknowledge the severity and ubiquity of this unresolved hardware issue.
Let me sum up, this rattle can be quite loud, it is distinctly audible in a number of live scenarios. It is NOT barely noticeable, it is NOT some OTHER or ADDITIONAL issue when someone tells you about the loud rattle. Yes, it is much worse in some speakers than others. Bottom line; it needs to be fixed much faster than Line6 is moving! I harken back to the post about Line6 working on this problem and I hope it gets resolved soon. This has been dragging on and on.
Lastly, PLEASE, how about a firmware/hardware/software upgrade that provides and allows the M20d mixer's 31 band EQ to be used on other manufacturer's speakers until Line6 resolves this issue? That functionality should have been included on the M20d, for any manufacturer's speakers, from the get go! Line6 crippled this beautiful mixer and then failed to have working Line6 speakers to give it back its full functionality (31 band EQ). Bad form, and if you are feeling the heat it is because you are moving too slow on the resolution and still trying to imply it is minimal or only extends to a few isolated cases.