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Postby nykMendesjr » Sun Nov 15, 2020 12:02 pm

I have a Yahama DXLR12 and it worked fine for a few months. Now when I turn it on, the first input ( microfone ) works fine, but the Line input ( the second ), even when is not plugledd produces a noise that sounds like the wind... I think that line input is damaged or some configuration. Does anyone had this problem? is there anything that could be done?
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Postby Sam Spoons » Mon Nov 16, 2020 2:53 pm

Hi and welcome to the forum.

I can't find a ref to the DXLR12, I'm guessing it's a typo and you have a DXR12? I have three DXR10s but while one has a PSU issue and is awaiting repair I haven't experienced the issue you describe. Unfortunately I suspect a trip to a tech is going to be required but before taking that step is the noise there all the time or only when the volume is up? Or when something is plugged in? Can you hear a signal you plug into the dodgy input or is it silent (apart from the offending noise)?
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