Post Number: 975
|Posted on Tuesday, January 07, 2014 - 1:54 pm: |
Ok, this is bearable, but just noticeable to drive me nuts.
I've A-B'ed both channels, swapping out everything~ cables, tubes, power amp channels, stereo, mono, etc etc… and it's something in the actual circuit. Ch1 is always about 1.5db louder than Ch2. I have yet to take a meter to it, so any help as to where to start, and maybe what voltages I should be seeing would be great!!!!
P.S., the only components that look like they're from two different batches are the Midrange 10K pots.
Post Number: 578
|Posted on Thursday, January 09, 2014 - 1:19 pm: |
Have you tried raising or lowering the pickup height?
Post Number: 977
|Posted on Thursday, January 09, 2014 - 1:39 pm: |
Thanks Slawie, because the end result that I'm hoping for is to run my series instruments through the rig w/out any differentiation between the two channels..... but I haven't gotten there yet..... For now I'm running all my mono guitars into an A/B box going to each channel of the F-2B. Even if I jumper a mono instrument from ch1 to ch2 , ch1 is still louder.
So in a nutshell, no, I haven't adjusted p/up height, because my series instruments haven't factored into the equation yet....