BC3 REM disable procedure

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BC3 REM disable procedure

Postby freligson » Mon Oct 10, 2016 7:48 pm

Hi guys,
I have finally fired up my BC3 afer extensive clean up and TLC, and it seems that the REMs on the main output, the 4 groups and my 2 stereo inputs are on.
This would explain why I can't get any sound out of it? ( only tested with headphone so far)
I am not sure I understand fully the REM mechanic but do you guys know what is the procedure to disable it? It has to happen within the D15 I guess but I am not sure how. Bridge? Volts?
Thanks for your help

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Re: BC3 REM disable procedure

Postby Matt Syson » Thu Oct 13, 2016 12:04 pm

You really need the manual, available from Audiomaintenance as there are many possibilities 'as standard' plus variants that others may have played with.
This is a semi custom desk so even the full manual may not have exactly ;your' mods included. The details for this (if it came from the factory) would have been added to a 'standard#' manual.
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