Sackclothlamb wrote:I suggest, leave the Hi-Z off with that guitar and increase the gain. That will increase noise,
but editing the file or other measures can be taken. A lot of extra work.
Sackclothlamb wrote:We'll see what happens when they try
to fix the UR22 problem this month. Maybe you can keep the unit to
see if they can fix it with an update.
Sackclothlamb wrote:You and I are proof that there is a problem with Steinberg interfaces
and some guitars, but we aren't the only ones who find a problem.
Sackclothlamb wrote:I'm going to order a Radial DI next month. Some people love them. Even a different
capacitor in the guitar may help, but I'm getting more interested in the stereo and
re-amp possibilities with that DI.
loorenz wrote:It seems that Steinberg don't wan't to answer.
I just want them to let us know if a future firmware update can solve this problem.
As you, I don't use UR22 to plug guitars…
jfsimard wrote:Loorenz, you said that your unit is fixed now. Did they replace it with a new one or provided with a fix?
Support in my country said that the preamps are very sensitive and that I should engage the PAD switch when using the HI-Z.
jfsimard wrote:There's indeed a PAD on UR-824 but I find it a bit contradictory to have to engage a PAD switch with HI-Z ON.
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