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  • Wed, Nov 18 2015 8:05 PM

    • Thomas
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    DNxIO much to loud

    Hello,

    I did not found any entry about the fan-loudness of the DNxIO, so I make that new post. 

    The Avid Artist is much to noisy to work with. I recorded with my phone, but it is not good to hear in mono. As it is not possible to load m4a-files I had ti zip the audiofile.

     

    So can I change the fan? What to do? Otherwise I would let it go back.

    Regards, Thomas

     

    Z840, Win7Pro, 32GB RAM DDR4, NVIDIA Quadra K4200, Dual Intel Xenon E5 - 2650v3 2.3 2133 10Core / Macbook Pro Retina, MAC OS 10.10.5, 2,8 GHz Intel Core... [view my complete system specs]

    Thomas Poerschke, Editor & Colorist

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  • Wed, Nov 18 2015 10:55 PM In reply to

    Re: DNxIO much to loud

    Thomas:

    Hello,

    I did not found any entry about the fan-loudness of the DNxIO, so I make that new post. 

    The Avid Artist is much to noisy to work with. I recorded with my phone, but it is not good to hear in mono. As it is not possible to load m4a-files I had ti zip the audiofile.

     

    So can I change the fan? What to do? Otherwise I would let it go back.

    Regards, Thomas

     

     

    That link to the file is not showing in the forum for me with Firefox on a Mac.

    Anyway,  the fan(s) on mine are very quiet and mine is sitting right behind my MacBook Pro.  So I would suspect your's is defective or you are in too hot of an enviroment.  Or too quiet of an enviroment;-).  The DNxIO is designed to be rack mounted and not necessarily close to your computer.

    Hope you get it resolved,

    Robert

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  • Fri, Nov 20 2015 12:24 PM In reply to

    • Thomas
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    Re: DNxIO much to loud

    Link:

    Thanks for your reply. For shure it is rack mounted in an open rack and it become very hot at normal room temerature.

    After replacing it, I can tell, it was defect. The new one does not get hot and is not that loud (much more quit).

    So at anybody out there with a loud and hot DNxIO: let replace it immediatly!!!! Also the knob for MIC was defect.

    But the shipping-box of Avid is hoorble weak for such a fragile object.

    Z840, Win7Pro, 32GB RAM DDR4, NVIDIA Quadra K4200, Dual Intel Xenon E5 - 2650v3 2.3 2133 10Core / Macbook Pro Retina, MAC OS 10.10.5, 2,8 GHz Intel Core... [view my complete system specs]

    Thomas Poerschke, Editor & Colorist

    ColorGrading.TV @ MMC Studios Köln, Am Coloneum 1, 50829 Cologne, Germany
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  • Sun, Nov 22 2015 8:14 PM In reply to

    • editmarx
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    Re: DNxIO much to loud

    I have 2 avids with DNxIO.  Just to be sure I just turned them both on.  They are both rack mounted and quiet as lambs.  Time to check in with your reseller, I think.

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