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  • balanced v. unbalanced inputs

    Greetings,

    I tried to search on this thread and found a hit, but the actual discussion appears to have been removed from the vdrums.com server some time ago. So, I would appreciate your help in answering what appears to be an old question on vdrums. Are the inputs on the TD-8 balanced or unbalanced? Are some of them balanced (e.g. 1/2 and 11/12) and others unbalanced? I'm a relative newbie to all this pro audio lingo, so please bear with me Thanks for the help!

  • #2
    Originally posted by mudyax:
    Are the inputs on the TD-8 balanced or unbalanced?

    All inputs for the TD-10 & TD-8 are unbalanced.



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    • #3
      Ok szvook..cool! Thanks for the hookup! I'm a bit surprised that the TD-10 outs are unbalanced. Ok, as usual, I've learned something here. Thanks again!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by mudyax:
        I tried to search on this thread and found a hit, but the actual discussion appears to have been removed from the vdrums.com server some time ago.
        The webmasters backed up all important questions that have been answered a hundred times before.

        Fortunately szvook helped you. But there is also an angry young man on this board who always starts to shout USE THE XLNT SEARCH ENGINE and frighten newcomers away. You are lucky
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        • #5
          Thanks for going easy on me putenvr! I really appreciate it. I *did* try! I have at least learned that much about vdrums. But, this does raise an interesting question...how does one find info like this that just happens to have been backed up and removed and avoid perturbing his/her vdrum colleagues the world over? Also, it may be that something is amuck on my end. I went back to XLNT and tried to search on a number of topics (to see what happens) and each time I get this:

          "Not Found..The requested URL/discussion/Forum1/HTML/000128.html was not found on this server."

          What's up? Am I in the vdrums server twilight zone here? Thanks!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by mudyax:
            I went back to XLNT and tried to search on a number of topics (to see what happens) and each time I get this:

            "Not Found..The requested URL/discussion/Forum1/HTML/000128.html was not found on this server."

            What's up? Am I in the vdrums server twilight zone here? Thanks!
            No, that is quite common. You will see a very promising looking thread in the search engine, but when you try to read it, you'll get the above message. The board really needs a FAQ, but several people have volunteered to do it, looked at the amount of work involved, and quietly tiptoed away from the project. I should know because I'm one of them

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            • #7
              Originally posted by mudyax:
              Not Found..The requested URL/discussion/Forum1/HTML/000128.html was not found on this server.
              That probably means that the thread was deleted. (The creator of a thread has the option to delete it.) Otherwise, it's just a bug in the web interface. Actually, it's a bug either way IMO.
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              • #8
                Did you try looking through the message archives?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by darrenmc:
                  The board really needs a FAQ, ... looked at the amount of work involved, and quietly tiptoed away from the project. I should know because I'm one of them

                  Yeah, I had to laugh when I read how you were going to save the Vdrum world with the FAQ. I see that as a ton of work and believe you would battle constant disagreement over anything you write.
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