High impedance air gaps

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High impedance air gaps are a common feature of roadie life. Just because A should be plugged into B does not necessarily mean A has been plugged into B, and indeed A may well be at the mix position while B is still in Mexico.

As life dictates, both A and B are normally present and simple troubleshooting will make it clear that plugging A into B helps, but is not always the first port of call.

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