XLR White Noise

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XLR White Noise

PostWed Oct 10, 2018 2:19 am

I have a ATEM TV Studio Pro. I was testing today and realized that once I turn on the xlr inputs, I'm getting a white noise.

There is nothing else plugged into the device and the noise only disappears once I turn off the xlr input (from sound and monitor bars).

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When I send sound to the xlr inputs, I can only hear the white noise.

The device is on the latest update and everything else works fine. I've send the audio in on a camera but this is not always practical.

Has anyone ever experienced this "problem" or am I missing something?

Thanks.
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Re: XLR White Noise

PostSat Nov 24, 2018 7:10 am

Did you ever get this resolved? I'm having similar issues. A power cycle usually takes care of it, until the next time...
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Re: XLR White Noise

PostTue Nov 27, 2018 3:21 am

Interesting development tonight. I thought it was intermittent, but after some testing, I can force it to happen. It only happens after I clip the input. As in it happens as a response to overdriving the input and then wont recover until I power cycle the unit. Is this normal behavior?
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Re: XLR White Noise

PostMon Dec 09, 2019 8:12 pm

Hello,

Did you ever get this resolved or found a way to prevent it from happening other than an external limiter?

It seems to be repeatable by clipping the input, but it's not too consistent. Sometimes it will be a clap next to the mic that sets it off, sometimes it works fine for a few hours in similar conditions.

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