Hey guys, so sorry that im flooding the forum recently with gear issues. Just got my mackie so this is also the first time that i have plugged an xlr into the port of my axe fx 2.
Wierdly,it didnt click into place. Yes it was snug and i honestly doubt that it will loosen up on its own, but none of the other axe fx ports had that problem with my xlr cable.I deduced that it wasnt my cable and the port on the axe fx. Sadly, fractal doesnt ship to singapore so i will have to pay for shipping even though they cover the cost of the spare daughterboard as it is still under warranty. However, if the clicking doesnt cause any tonal differences by right, i wouldnt consider spending extra moolah on the shipping. Expenses have pretty much raped my bank account recently. Which leads on to my next question..
Does the clicking act as a ground or something?Cus i am DEFINATELY hearing tonal differences between my left output(faulty one) and my right output. I'm not sure how to pinpoint this. There is no panning on my patch and the output level for both inputs is the same. Is there a separate eq for each output that maybe different?Its a tweak of patch 35 and i didnt make any changes to the output signals or whatsoever.All tweaking was done within the patch/signal chain.
What are your thoughs on this?
The Axe-2 has 2 XLR ports, and you're only running one HD1221, correct?
Since it's a mono signal, why not just use the other side?
Edit: Or just use the 1/4" out instead? You can run a TRS cable to the 1221 too. The TRS out on the same output (Output 1, iirc, it's not in front of me) is the same signal, just 6db lower.