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A&H Qu-Pac ALT out noise Mixers (Digital)
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A&H Qu-Pac ALT out noise

Hi!

Does anyone use Allen & Heath Qu-Pac mixer ALT out for monitors? Seems to be good idea because ALT out have physical volume button.

But I have small issue with ALT out. I can hear whistle noise (from monitors) when ALT volume is turned to down or if nothing is playing or playing quietly.
I discovered when I turn a bit down display brightness this noise goes away. Also it goes away 15-20 minutes after cold boot. Like it needs some kind of warming up time…
Haven’t anyone noticed this issue? I wonder is it general or not.

Thanks!
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Hi!

Does anyone use Allen & Heath Qu-Pac mixer ALT out for monitors? Seems to be good idea because ALT out have physical volume button.

But I have small issue with ALT out. I can hear whistle noise (from monitors) when ALT volume is turned to down or if nothing is playing or playing quietly.
I discovered when I turn a bit down display brightness this noise goes away. Also it goes away 15-20 minutes after cold boot. Like it needs some kind of warming up time…
Haven’t anyone noticed this issue? I wonder is it general or not.

Thanks!
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