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Re: sp 202 issues

If you feel it's under warranty, don't worry about not having filled out
the card.  Most states have a law that basically gives you right to all
warrantees regardless of whether you registered your product.
Purchasing and having proof of that transaction is sufficient.  Just
bring it to the place you bought it.


philip raath wrote:

> hey, thank you all very much for the input. i'm
> begginning to think i should have it looked at
> eventually. i would send it in, but i was an ignorant
> 17 year old when i bought the thing, which was a
> display unit, and never thought to ask, "hey, where's
> my warranty card?"
> anyway, thanks again.
> take care,
> phil
> Ever consider the notion that you may have a failure
> with your unit? It
> is possible that the reliability issue is a bad solder
> connection or
> failed piece of circuitry. I've been repairing gear
> for a few decades
> now and have seen about every possible failure. The
> majority seem to be
> a function of a failed solder connection. Be it the
> connection itself
> or
> the component further down the path. Just my two
> cents...
> Be Well
> Will Brake
> Soul Fruit
> Dave Trenkel wrote:
> >
> > >i've never really experienced fidelity issues with
> the
> > >202. my issue has been that in trying to create
> longer
> > >samples (30 seconds plus) it might record it, but
> > >eventually play back would fuck up about half way
> > >through a sample, and continue looping the place
> where
> > >it got stuck, plus sampling quantization noise etc.
> >
> > For whatever it's worth, I've never had that problem
> with mine,
> either
> > recording to the internal memory or to the smart
> card. I regularly
> record
> > really long samples to the card without any glitch.
> > >
> > >now that the price is coming down, it really can't
> be
> > >beat for the price. but they seem to be fragile. i
> > >would suggest that anyone really try one out before
> > >buying it used.
> >
> > Agreed. It's a pretty limited piece of gear, but can
> be had for cheap
> and
> > can be fun if you can live with its limitations.
> >
> =====
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