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I'm planning pretty far ahead here (10-12 months) to buy a powercab plus. I like using cables in cable looms to make one big cable running in between things, so I want to run a l6 link cable and a long iec cable together. I know that generally it can cause interference to run data or audio cables next to power cables but has anyone tried this and have issues? Or are aes or l6 link cables pretty resistant to interference?
I bought a UX8 about 4-5 years ago and when I brought it home it was obvious that it had already been opened and looked like it was either sold and returned once before or maybe was refurbished or something. When I opened the box there were no cords or cables of any kind that came with it so I had to use other USB and power cable's I already had for it. So as far as the power cable is concerned, since I am having problems with the power and I want to make sure I am using the right cable's, my question is... The back of the UX8 says -- 100 - 240V~ 50 - 60Hz 100 W Max. When it comes to the actual writing or imprint on the power cable what should it read?? Also with the USB, is there a particular type of cable I need to use? Thanks in advance for any advice or help.
I bought my line 6 POD studio ux2 yesterday and I can't get this crackling sound to go away, and it's getting recorded as well. It will disappear if I remove the power cable from the mac, but I would rather not have to do that everytime I record. When the power cable is plugged in the sound even gets worse when I move the "mouse arrow" around. I have OSX 10.8.4 and is recording with Logic pro X 10.0.7 Many thanks for any suggestions! /Nils