Manuals Vision User Manual Features 100 control channels Patch accommodates up to 512 dimmers Internal disk drive allows you to store your show on a 3.5-inch disk Two fader pairs for playback of recorded cues Support for the following optional accessories: Video monitor Serial Printer Knowledge Base...
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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Expression (1)- line consoles have a double density (DD) disk drive. Many sites have been using high density (HD) disks with these consoles because either they don't know, or they can't find any dual density disks. Using high density disks in these consoles is very risky, as the disk drive writes...
Problem: Having problems loading show disk into ETC Edit. Solution: Make sure that the show was recorded on a DD (Double Sided, Double Density: 720kb) disk. If you get the following error message: "Unable to create temporary scratch file. Possible Cause: Default Show Directory is set to a non-existent...
Problem If you cannot find double density floppy disks for use with older consoles, there is a workaround. Solution If you need to format a DD diskette for an Expression (1) console, but do not have a console to do it on (e.g. if you are using ETCEdit) you can format the disk via DOS using the following...