"High noise levels detected" warning in Reference 4 Measure

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    James Bizon

    I cannot get past the 'high noise levels detected' warning and I've followed the instructions to the letter. Direct monitoring is off, I've adjusted both the input gain and speaker volume respectively, the windows and door are closed and the room is quiet. No matter what I do, I always get the warning.

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    Kārlis Stenders (Edited )

    Hi James, thanks for the comment and apologies for the lag in moderation time here! 

     

    After quite an extensive troubleshooting and TeamViewer remote access sessions, James's XREF 20 mic was actually concluded to be faulty - there was a grounding issue with the mic! The problem was solved simply by sending a replacement unit. 

     

    For anyone else wondering about this, I should mention that a faulty microphone is an incredibly rare instance. The individual calibration process that every single XREF 20 mic unit goes through is very thorough. During that process, the mics are triple-checked for any possible faults, so having a faulty mic leave our headquarters is very rare - only a small handful of mics have ever been concluded to be faulty after they have left the building. 

     

    In other words, almost all cases of the 'High noise level detected' in Measure will be caused by a different problem, not a mic fault. 

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    Yeandro Martinez Paulino

    hola como puedo desactivar el monitoreo directo de apollo twin ?? gracias 

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    Zane (Edited )

    Hi @yeahmusicproduction,

    Thanks for your comment!

    In the UAD Console app, please try turning the microphone input channel's fader down to zero. I can also recommend checking out our support guide on direct monitoring here: Why am I getting feedback when I'm trying to calibrate my speakers? 

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