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Originally posted by DJ Freshfluke:
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Originally posted by weephillie:
I contacted AA ages ago, sent them all the relevant paper work (proof of purchase etc) and still heard or received nothing!

please forward me the email you sent to support (including the date) and i will check internally, what's going on.


Which email address would you like me to forward it to?
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please forward me the email you sent to support (including the date) and i will check internally, what's going on.

Which email address would you like me to forward it to?


please send a mail to FRESHFLUKE [AT] FRESHFLUKE [DOT] DE

please use my email only in cases where you have trouble with the official support. "normal" questions regarding the use of the vms will be only answered here in the board, aight?
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New Production
Microphones: reducing preamp gain and using gain knob as actual gain control to eliminate distortion and improve sound quality

Headphones: Increased power supply and increased gain. Roughly 6dB improvement

Master: Increased power supply and increased gain. Roughly 12dB improvement on booth, master RCA, and master balanced circuit[QUOTE]


Means that new VMS4 is already fixed?

Sorry for my english
I'm having exactly the same problem m8 you'll be lucky to get an answer here AA are avoiding this issue at the moment i guess they are trying to figure out how to solve the problem without wasting money....

what they seem to forget is we have wasted £400 of our money buying something that does'nt work and are wasting more money by not being able to do gigs , i'm so fed up with waiting for a solution that i think i'm just gonna try and get my money back now.Its a real shame because i really do like it but it just does'nt work as it should.
I did a test with a signal generator -4 db at 1 khz, putting all the controls: gain bass mid and high, middle position in the db input are right, also looking at the vu meter with the pfl activated are correct, disabling pfl button cue ... turning up the volume control at maximum, I see that the VU meter shows me +10 db ... ! Overload
but by measuring the output XRL are about -11 db Confused
I know that spending more money is not a preferable situation, but since I like EVERYTHING about my VDJ unit but the low volume output, I sprung the 30 dollars for an active DI, two channel, with a Db boost on it. It's solved the low signal issue quite nicely.

Just in case any of the rest of you are looking for a solid interim solution.
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Originally posted by Leishu:
Easier just to provide a link:
M-Audio Audio Buddy

Guitar Center pricing link

Despite the silly name and the fact that it's a Mic Preamp, it's doing ridiculously well for this purpose.


Could you explain how this connects between the VMS4 and the mixer. I normally run the VMS4 through one channel of the clubs mixer.

Am I right to assume that this unit is to increase the output volume of the VMS4?

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