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Greets... I have an iSub on my G4/933 PowerMac running 10.2.6. For some reason, the iSub volume tends to shift by itself. (the shift always results in a volume reduction). Recently, I noticed that it would shift an entire 2-3 notches overnight. I haven't pinned down why this is... but right now I'm suspecting monitor sleep being somehow tied in. Anyone else having this problem? Solutions? -- -=Elden=- [url]http://www.moondog.org[/url]...

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    Default iSub volume shifting

    Greets...

    I have an iSub on my G4/933 PowerMac running 10.2.6. For some reason,
    the iSub volume tends to shift by itself. (the shift always results in a
    volume reduction). Recently, I noticed that it would shift an entire 2-3
    notches overnight. I haven't pinned down why this is... but right now
    I'm suspecting monitor sleep being somehow tied in.

    Anyone else having this problem? Solutions?

    --

    -=Elden=-
    [url]http://www.moondog.org[/url]

    Elden Fenison Guest

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    Default Re: iSub volume shifting

    In article <slrnbg0jj3.aqv.efnwsbrutus.moondog.org>,
    Elden Fenison <efnwsmoondog.org> wrote:
    > Greets...
    >
    > I have an iSub on my G4/933 PowerMac running 10.2.6. For some reason,
    > the iSub volume tends to shift by itself. (the shift always results in a
    > volume reduction). Recently, I noticed that it would shift an entire 2-3
    > notches overnight. I haven't pinned down why this is... but right now
    > I'm suspecting monitor sleep being somehow tied in.
    >
    > Anyone else having this problem? Solutions?
    I get the same on a 1 GHz iMac with 10.2.6. Shift can be to higher
    volume too.
    Haven't figured out yet what's doing it, but my monitor is set to sleep
    also.
    Kent Clarke Guest

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    Default Re: iSub volume shifting

    In article <kentc-BFB480.22031730062003nr-ott01.bellnexxia.net>,
    Kent Clarke <kentcdot.org> wrote:
    > In article <slrnbg0jj3.aqv.efnwsbrutus.moondog.org>,
    > Elden Fenison <efnwsmoondog.org> wrote:
    >
    > > I have an iSub on my G4/933 PowerMac running 10.2.6. For some
    > > reason, the iSub volume tends to shift by itself. (the shift always
    > > results in a volume reduction). Recently, I noticed that it would
    > > shift an entire 2-3 notches overnight. I haven't pinned down why
    > > this is... but right now I'm suspecting monitor sleep being
    > > somehow tied in.
    > >
    > > Anyone else having this problem? Solutions?
    >
    > I get the same on a 1 GHz iMac with 10.2.6. Shift can be to higher
    > volume too.
    > Haven't figured out yet what's doing it, but my monitor is set to
    > sleep also.
    I get this on my Cube as well, which is not set to go to sleep.
    However, it seems to happen mostly when I mute the sound with the
    PowerMate.
    --
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    Kevin Michael Vail Guest

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