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iPad channel bleedover - anyone else ever notice this?


blong5150

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We use some backing tracks on a few of the newer dance tunes. I've noticed that I can faintly hear the click in the left channel on my iPad. It doesn't happen on my iPhone or laptop. Anyone else ever notice this?
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What method are you using to get the sounds out? Headphone connection would be my guess, which will invariably have bleed.

 

Get a proper USB interface that's iOS compatible and it'll solve your problem.

 

This!!

 

I have never experienced bleed over using either the Apple Camera Connect Kit (CCK) or my Alesis iO Dock.

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But is it true that the headphone jack will invariably have bleed? The OP says he experiences it on his ipad but not iphone, and I would expect the two to be similar. I wonder if he was using the headphone jack on one and not the other?

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But is it true that the headphone jack will invariably have bleed? The OP says he experiences it on his ipad but not iphone, and I would expect the two to be similar. I wonder if he was using the headphone jack on one and not the other?

 

Scott, I don't know..I've never used the headphone jack in this situation.

 

Tusker may be on to something

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But is it true that the headphone jack will invariably have bleed? The OP says he experiences it on his ipad but not iphone, and I would expect the two to be similar. I wonder if he was using the headphone jack on one and not the other?

 

Okay, perhaps invariably wasn't the best word to use, but the follow-up by the OP supports my assertion; the iPad/iPhone differences aren't necessarily equivalent (different volumes, different generations of devices, etc etc can all factor into this), but the reality is any time you're using a consumer-grade device/connection for your gigs,you're sacrificing something. ;)

 

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