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M5/M9 Causing Ground Issue?
by JazzMac251 on 2012-10-28 20:31:22

I hear the typical ground-fault-style buzzing whenever the connector of a patch cable coming from the Output of my m5 or m9 touches the connector of a patch cable going to a different pedal. I've tested my cables with an ohmmeter as well as replacing them with different cables - the problem persists. I also tried touching different pedals to the outputs of the m5/m13 with the same results. What is going on with the Stompbox modelers that is making this happen? I don't have this problem with any other pedals on my board, and, frankly, it doesn't make sense to me how this is even possible.



Re: M5/M9 Causing Ground Issue?
by JazzMac251 on 2012-10-29 22:17:41

Bump



Re: M5/M9 Causing Ground Issue?
by phil_m on 2012-10-30 06:37:29

Are you using the power supplies that came with the M5 and M9 to power them? What all do you have in your signal chain?



Re: M5/M9 Causing Ground Issue?
by JazzMac251 on 2012-10-30 11:52:25

I'm using the supplied power adapter for the m9 and I'm using a PP2+ for the m5. I experience the problem on both units. The Korg Pitchblack is powered by the PP2+




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