- 10th April 2019 at 14:25 #46824stevParticipant
Anyone suffered from broken output jack sockets?
It appears the top row are only secured by “push-fit” retention.
A light downward knock on a jack plug inserted to the top row of sockets may be enough to detach the socket from its mount.
I have experienced this recently and should it happen in a live situation it could be a major issue. Can be fixed with superglue but be better if sockets were mounted to chassis or better retained.11th April 2019 at 10:28 #46838LaszloKeymaster
Those type of connectors were present ages ago in the very first revision of LP-16.
We had correct that immediately with new revision.14th April 2019 at 09:52 #46904stevParticipant
thanks for the feedback. Do the newer unit just have different jack sockets or have you implemented a PCB redesigned to accommodate?
Any tips or suggestions to make my unit more robust?
thanks16th April 2019 at 09:57 #46973LaszloKeymaster
Hi this issue got resolved by using different Jack sockets.
To be honest I haven’t heard any user with broken jack connector, I’m pretty sure the device is robust enough.
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