Wireless noise

  1. #1 by John Whalley on 06-21-2016
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    Wireless noise

    Hi - when I plug in my Alesis wireless system I get a noticeable amount of noise from my BXD12 combo. I don't get this with any other amps that I use. Any suggestions as to why this is or how it can be solved?

    Thanks
  2. #2 by John Whalley on 07-09-2016
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    Anyone??????
  3. #3 by Robert Lofgren on 07-09-2016
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    What alesis wireless?

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  4. #4 by John Whalley on 07-10-2016
  5. #5 by Robert Lofgren on 07-10-2016
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    Wow, 15ms latency?!

    I have never seen that device. Does it make that noice when the receiver is turned off.

    Is there any difference if the transmitter is turned on also?

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  6. #6 by John Whalley on 07-26-2016
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    No noise when switched off - noise when the receiver is switched on.

    To be honest I've ditched it now as I've tried using it with a noise gate and the signal has to be cut so much that it's really unusable, also with the input gain dialled back and master turned up but still no use.