Chrisjlee wrote:Ah the STX is an internal soundcard lol. Unless your refering to something else being usb?
dingostolemyipod wrote:for some reason i was thinking of the dacmagic, how embarrassment
So when you pull and twist the jack, are you touching the case of the amp or the metal of the headphone jack at all?
grevillea wrote:What OS are you running ? I've had problems with 64-bit Win7 that I didnt encounter with the 32-bit version - it was suggested that I need to reformat my hard drive and reinstall Windows, but I had a better idea - installed 64-bit Linux and I've had no noise issues since. Not sure how practical that is for a soundcard, but works a treat with external USB DACs.
Chrisjlee wrote:Also, to save me from starting another thread, how warm does an M-stage usually get? Mine seems to run fairly hot most the time. Not anywhere close to burning but still uncomfortably hot
dingostolemyipod wrote:Make sure to use properly shielded rca cables.
Is the amp close to the computer? if so, it might be picking up RFI, try keeping the amp and cables away from the computer. Also keep the audio cables away from power and monitor cables.
Chrisjlee wrote:Id assume $10 cables from tandy aren't shielded? =(
Ive got the computer to my right and the amp is to my left with the cable going behind my desk. Also wondering how i keep the cable away from my computer when its plugged into it...
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