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#1 Ollie Bartlett

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Posted 02 April 2008 - 11:00 AM

Hi there,

I hear (although have no fact to back this up) that this may be a common problem with the 450's, so if anybody has an answer for me i'd be really appreciative.

When listening to any audio coming through the headphones, whether it be during recording or payback, it always has a very distinct echo to it... almost as if its running straight from the mic aswell as spererately through some sort of onboard mixer.

Its not there when the tape is played through a seperate vtr so has no consequence on the recording itself, but its just very annoying.

I hear that this effect can somehow be turned off, but cannot find it in the extended menus. If anybody has any advise you could make a lot of people happy here.

Cheers guys,

Ollie
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