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Toneport Kb37 Sends More To Right Channgel In Analog Out Than Left

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Ok, so I have noticed that the right Analog Out channel on my Toneport KB37 puts out a little bit more than the left side. I tried switching the studio monitors (KRK Rokit 5s) and I tried switching cables and everything. I made the right output go to the left speaker to see if it was the right Analog Outputs fault, and it was. You can only tell when the master output is only up a notch, you will hear noise out of the speaker connected to the right analog out before you hear it from the left. You can't really tell once the volume is up a bit, but it still bothers me. Any suggestions?

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Might just be a dirty pot.

I guess I'll try cleaning it with some rubbing alcohol, although I doubt it's something that simple, I hope it is

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You should only use a high quality electrical contact cleaner.

if you can't tell the difference at any normal listening levels I would try not to worry about it.

I have a bit of OCD so I know that is easier said than done.

If I remember tonite I will see if my UX2 behaves the same.

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You should only use a high quality electrical contact cleaner.

if you can't tell the difference at any normal listening levels I would try not to worry about it.

I have a bit of OCD so I know that is easier said than done.

If I remember tonite I will see if my UX2 behaves the same.

Yeah just turn up the master volume just enough to hear something and see if it comes out of one before the other. I'm interested to know if it's just mine. Although mine is a Toneport KB37, so it is older.

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My UX2 behaves the same way.

 

Thanks for triggering my OCD!!!  :o

 

Lol I'm sorry! I don't have electrical contact cleaner, but I tried to clean it was a bare q-tip and there was no dirt and it made no difference :(

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I'll get over it!!

 

I'm 99.99% certain I don't have dirty pots, so it just must be the circuity.

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