Your having audio issues? Maybe the troubleshooting flowchart is the solution.

Discussion in 'General Audio Discussion' started by doucanoe, Apr 11, 2007.

  1. mhjmhjones

    mhjmhjones AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    My having issues opening the flowchart. It just opens a black page for me. Is anyone else in possession of this same issue?
     

     

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  2. MannyE

    MannyE Exterminate! Subscriber

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    Where is the grammar flowchart?
     
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  3. Go Giants

    Go Giants Well-Known Member

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    Let's initiate a six sigma project to determine root cause. Let begin with a fishbone analysis....

    Ha...seriously...the op was soo old I didn't try to open the attachment.
     
  4. peja11

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    I have a backup TT that I use rarely. At least a year ago one channel died. My "flow chart" has always been start at one end of the signal path and work in a straight line to the other. I checked speakers, amps, pre-amp, inputs, outputs, cables you name it. Swapped out what I could and nothing. Finally checked continuity through the tonearm to the stylus. Stumped I let it go. Went back every couple of months to see if It was still broken like it would fix itself. Last week sitting at the computer previewing new music playing speed solitare trying to clear my head out of nowhere it hit me like lightning: Swap the stylus. Duh.

    I stand by my flow chart. I just need to get better at what end to start at.
     
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  5. mhjmhjones

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    Still the same - this thread should probably be un-stickied.
     
  6. OnTheBlitz

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    This gif is all blacked out. Do others see this problem too?

    Edit: Guess I should have read forward..lol...
     
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  7. MannyE

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    It's there, but it's "covered" with a black layer. Anyone know the source?
     
  8. MannyE

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    Is it this one?
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  9. OnTheBlitz

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    Not sure, but found this one...
    troubleshootchart.png
     
  10. sKiZo

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    Here's the flowchart I use. Granted, it only works if you have a system exactly like mine ... hey, it could happen! <G>

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  11. Dude111

    Dude111 Analogue is Awesome

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    Ah man!!
     

     

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  13. Nightcleaner

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    I have a Marantz network Recorder
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    Its basicly a tape recorder but instead of Tape it uses compact Flash Cards I use it as a network recorder it records anything my computer sound card hears.There is A Cambridge Damagic between the imac and the marantz conects from the imac to the dac via a printer cable. Then you use the printer cable usb input at the front of the device to up load what you recorded back to the Imac as PMC wav files Thats the basics. Its very expensive.

    My wondering when i do it the analog route using the RCA input as you would a tape machine of the Marantz the sound of the amp diminishes until you pull the lead out the Marantz tape input sockets why is this please. It effects the sound of the amp even when the device is switched off
     

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