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Any StageClix JackV2 users - Help/advice please - SORTED Thanks

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Sorted now - thanks to all who read the post and responded.  Chris

 

Hi - I have a question about the StageClix JackV2 system - can any BC members out there offer advice suggestions please

Receiver powers-up (power LED only, faint glow from bat and signal LEDs).  

Transmitter power indicator lights-up (fast blinking which reduces to approx 3 flashes per second - Fast Charge ???) - still flashing at same rate after 4 hours.

Tried connecting receiver output to amp/speaker with high quality mono jack to jack lead,  transmitter plugged into guitar and switched on (tried active and passive instruments) - strummed strings, no audio output from amp/speaker and no change at all to indicator lights on receiver. several electrical 'clicks' from amp/speaker. Tried both guitars with cable to amp/speaker - both work fine.

Cheers

Chris

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Hiya

The only things I can see different from my own one is the charge LED in the transmitter still blinking after 4 hours and no change in the LEDs on the receiver. What should happen is the LED should dim and pulse very slowly. This indicates the transmitter has reach 80% charge. When the transmitter is in the guitar and switched on, all three LEDs on the receiver should light up. Try switching on the transmitter when it is not in the guitar. You should get a slight buzz to indicate an open circuit. The dim glow on the battery and signal LEDs is, I think, residual light from the main power LED. Have you tried a different channel? You have 12 to choose from.

Sorry if this is a bit of a jumble: just trying things out as I type.

Cheers,

Beely.

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Thanks for the info Beely - It's on way back to vendor for assessment and repair/replacement as appropriate.

There are times when I am under-whelmed by technology.

Thanks agaion and take it easy.

Chris

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No problem. Hope you get everything sorted out ok.

 

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