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Gecho LoopSynth input biasing to Right Channel
« on: June 23, 2023, 05:10:55 PM »
Mario and all others,

I have had my Gecho for quite a while now. Just recently I noticed that the input is severely biased to the Right channel. There is some sound coming into the left, but faintly. I'm wondering if there is a channel pan setting that I can check. If not, could it be something internally that has gone awry. If that's the case, can I buy a new board to replace it? Thanks a ton!

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Re: Gecho LoopSynth input biasing to Right Channel
« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2023, 07:06:24 PM »
Hi Michael,
If I remember correctly there isn't such setting (might be a good idea to add it 8)), however if the inputs were set to some of the modes, which only use one channel, signal from the other one might still be leaking in. To rule this out you can check input configuration (B4 during play) or even easier, to be 100% sure just reset all settings using 4321-SET command - hopefully that should sort it out. You can also try different headphones to be sure it wasn't a faulty cable or something. If it is indeed a hardware problem, no worries, we repair everything for free, regardless if the official warranty expired or not. To arrange a return, please email me to discuss the details (we have changed the address since).
Cheers,
Mario