The weirdest thing is happening. I hope someone here went through the same thing and can help.
Let me explain what I have first.
I'm using PT's with the HUI as a controller and a playback mixer as well.
When playing back material on the HUI it goes through a Hafter amp which is connected to a monster cable speaker selector then to most of my speakers except for my new Event SP8's-(Oh do I luv'em) which is directly comeing out of my HUI to speakers.
OK...Sometimes the right speaker goes out and only left plays. Sometimes the right speaker is louder than the left. When either situation happens I turn up the volume knob on the HUI until both play at the right level. I know this is dangerous because sometimes they don't play right until I really play it loud.
Now that I have my new Event's I don't want to blow them by doing this.
When I mess with the back of the HUI or just move the HUI a little it plays right for a min and sometimes for the rest of the day. I thought it was the amp but when hooking up the Events which are powered it still does the samething. Then I thought it was the cables so I change them and still the samething.
Most likely it's the HUI and it seems that it could be a cable that maybe lose inside but I'm not a tech so I don't know. When looking to open it i didn't know here to start. How do you get in this thing? It's of course past the warranty.
What would make it play right by just turning it up all the way? It seems like the more the volume, makes it cut on. Really weird. Don't know if that is considered a short inside of the HUI. Again I'm not a tech so I have no idea.
Can someone help on this.
PS. I apologize if ths is the wrong forum for this as I will post this in many forums until getting the right respone.
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