Outlaw 950 preamp audio dropouts

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  1. BillyLown

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    Anybody experience any audio dropouts while playing DVD's ?
     
  2. Robert Barker

    Robert Barker Stunt Coordinator

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    No
     
  3. Steve Lumbert

    Steve Lumbert Stunt Coordinator

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    I haven't and hopefully won't [​IMG]
     
  4. Dan Hitchman

    Dan Hitchman Cinematographer

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    Nope!

    Dan
     
  5. Bill Polley

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    never
     
  6. Philip Hamm

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    Yes, a very small one when the layer change happens. And it's pretty friggin annoying. Much more noticable than the Sherwood AM-9080 that my 950 replaced.
     
  7. David S

    David S Stunt Coordinator

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    "Yes, a very small one when the layer change happens"

    Me too. Fix was buying the Denon 2900, no layer change to speak of, no dropouts!
     
  8. Lewis Besze

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  9. Allen Marshall

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    are you talking about...dolby digital/dts turning off for a split second as a chapter changes or not turning on at all during previews.

    Just wondering cause my Kenwood has this red light that tells you when DTS/DD is on and when it's not it blinks and it gets pretty damn annoying sometimes, and when you turn a reciever on and it sits for 2 seconds then when it turns on it makes that click noise, well my kenwood does that everytime a movie starts or they go to the next chapter and it freezes up for half a second.
     
  10. Lewis Besze

    Lewis Besze Producer

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    The 950 doesn't do the clicking noise at all.During locking signal it remains silent,but with some signal like DTS could take about 2 seconds to lock on,which can be annoying to some.
     

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