RFR with Congo/CongoJr Also see: Getting Started with Congo/CongoJr The iRFR has the same functionality as the Net3 RFR. The RFR works within its own field and this field can be cleared from the console. All channel intensity levels generated by the remote can only be recorded into targets from the remote...
ETC uses the Neutrik zero-degree pin offset, 6-pin connector for all 6-pin XLR remote focus unit connections.
When equipment goes bad out in the field, it's often extremely helpful if the owner/end user can keep track of the circumstances of the failure. This is especially true when the problem is intermittent and might not occur when the technician is present. Service Technicians are exceptionally skillful...
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I. Connecting to Your Console NOTE: If you have not already setup your console's wireless network and configured your iPhone/iPod to use that network, you need to start here: iRFR: How to Setup Your Wireless Network On your Congo or CongoJr you will need to have Remote Controls enabled. No other...