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Problem with Usb midi host

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JazzmessJazzmess ParisPosts: 9

Hi there,
Was just rocking déluge and quneo through usb midi host with the supplied usb adapter, and randomly the deluge would not detect the quneo. Tried with different cables, didn’t make a charge.
The battery indicator was flashing yellow and green.
Power supply is Roland Psb 230, which is the right polarity and amperage, so everything should be okay...

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    IcoustikIcoustik NorwayModerator Posts: 638

    Yo!
    Provided that all of the cables/adapters are fine and working correctly - the Quneo has a lot of LEDs, so its probably a bit too much for the power supply from the Deluge to USB devices, which is limited.

    You can consider using a powered USB hub and a routing device such as an ipad/iphone + midiflow app

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    JazzmessJazzmess ParisPosts: 9

    Thanks your quick response !!
    What is weird is that it worked perfectly before. I will buy a new cable and will test with another midi controller.

    To think more of it, The only thing I did was to plug a korg padkontrol Via usb (didn’t work) and via midi din (here it worked great to get drum rolls :) ).
    Is it possible that I damaged the power supply from the usb socket when I connected the padkontrol via usb ?

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    JazzmessJazzmess ParisPosts: 9

    Hi there,
    Just a quick update : the problem was the quneo. Had consistant results with a k board and another cable, so the deluge is not at fault at all here.
    Thanks for the support anyway.

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    IcoustikIcoustik NorwayModerator Posts: 638

    Hello!

    Oh, was there a hardware fault with the quneo? Or was it a setting?

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    harmonyunitedharmonyunited United StatesPosts: 11

    On a different but related note, I've had amazing results using the RK-005 from retrokits as a midi swiss army knife for my deluge setup. Won't solve the power issue, but would be a hardware solution to having a fancy router like an ios device.

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    pitchblenderpitchblender Glasgow, ScotlandPosts: 10

    The Quneo has a low power iPad mode - press the middle four square pads whilst plugging it in to micro USB and the LEDs will be dimmer. To change back just repeat the process. Hope this helps :)

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