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Hello All,

 

I just bought a Helix rack and a L2M speaker last week. I love the Helix sound and ease of use, works like a dream in the studio! The L2M is an amazing sounding speaker!

 

I noticed some buzzing from the L2M last night on certain notes. It seems to be coming from the fan area in the back. Upon doing some research in this forum it looks like this is a known issue but, most of the posts were from about two years ago. I also didn't see a full resolution on the problem (may be I missed?), but it looked like Line 6 confirmed it was a fan issue and they were fixing it under warranty.

 

Does anyone know if this was officially "fixed" by line 6? Shouldn't the new units be shipping with the issue fixed already? I am wondering if I received an old stock unit from musiciansfriend? Before I try to get the unit exchanged, I wanted to get more information here. If this is not fixed then, I may have to look for something else ... may be a Yamaha DBR12 or 15. The buzzing is very annoying in the studio setting.

 

Regards

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It's most likely the fan. It's not typical, but it happens.

Make sure the unit is registered, log a service ticket in your account.

 

The right frequency, the right amplitude,... anything will self resonate.

It's why Ella Fitzgerald could break a crystal glass with her voice in those

old Memorex audio tape commercials back in the day. 

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It's most likely the fan. It's not typical, but it happens.

Make sure the unit is registered, log a service ticket in your account.

 

The right frequency, the right amplitude,... anything will self resonate.

It's why Ella Fitzgerald could break a crystal glass with her voice in those

old Memorex audio tape commercials back in the day. 

Thanks! just logged a service ticket and registered.

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