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Digidesign RM1 studio monitors power issue
Old 10th September 2011
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Digidesign RM1 studio monitors power issue

I'm owner of digidesign rm1 active studio monitors.
I have problem with it.
50% of power on\off of any devices in a flat leads to power off of my monitors for 2-4 seconds. I think this is protection works.
But before monitors I connected on-line UPS. And this behaviour still presents.
Any ideas?
Old 10th September 2011
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rm1 power issue

I've found this issue exists if I use SPDIF input of monitors.
If I use analog input instead of SPDIF I have correct work.
So, I think this is a computer send a signal to monitor by SPDIF which turns off monitors.
My PSU FSP ZEN can react on impulses in power net. A computer play warning signal for this case. I think the PSU generate a signal which turns off my monitors by SPDIF.
What do you think about this?
What is a signal and how to control it?
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You have a problem, not an issue.
Old 10th September 2011
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Quote:
Originally Posted by razorboy View Post
You have a problem, not an issue.
Thank you
Old 10th September 2011
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resolved
My FireFace digital output was configured as consumer SPDIF instead professional AES/EBU. The monitors support AES/EBU.
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