Louder Motors on M15 v. M10

Discussion in 'MōVI M15' started by Charles Bergquist, Jan 11, 2015.

  1. Charles Bergquist

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    Anyone with the M15 coming from a lot of use with the M10 noticing louder motors? Getting a high pitched hum on the M15...something to bring up with support or is everyone hearing this.
     
  2. Angus Benson-Blair

    Angus Benson-Blair Active Member

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    Support is the way to go Im afraid. I have both and have never heard a sound from either
     
  3. Brett Harrison

    Brett Harrison Active Member

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    The motors are stronger, so the high frequency occilation is louder for that reason I'd assume. If you balance well you won't hear anything. Don't tune too high and make sure everythig is locked down.
     
  4. Charles Bergquist

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    Thanks for the reply guys. I'm going to try pulling in the extended bars a bit and see if that helps remedy the issue. I feel like that might be the problem when using it with an Epic.
     
  5. Christopher McKay

    Christopher McKay New Member

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    how did this turn out for you?
     
  6. Dominic Eder-Smigura

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    Hello Charles! Any update on that issue? My m10 has a constant high pitched motor noise as well.
     
  7. alex ryan

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    I was under the impression that the m10 and 15 use the same motors
     

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