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#1 whuntree

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Posted 24 October 2007 - 11:36 PM

Gidday all,
In SA version 1.50.1.0 Iíve made a custom control panel to display 4x XTi 4000 output temps using 2 gradient meters to display channel 1 & 2 output temps for each amp.  When the amp is in stereo mode both temps are displayed as expected but when the amp is in Bridge mode only output temp 1 is displayed.  Obviously both output channels are being driven in bridge mode so how do I get both meters to display in stereo mode ??

Thanks,
Rod.


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Posted 25 October 2007 - 04:37 AM

QUOTE(whuntree @ Oct 25 2007, 02:36 PM) View Post
Gidday all,
In SA version 1.50.1.0 Iíve made a custom control panel to display 4x XTi 4000 output temps using 2 gradient meters to display channel 1 & 2 output temps for each amp.  When the amp is in stereo mode both temps are displayed as expected but when the amp is in Bridge mode only output temp 1 is displayed.  Obviously both output channels are being driven in bridge mode so how do I get both meters to display in stereo mode ??

Thanks,
Rod.


Sorry, I ment to say how do I get both meters to display correctly in "Bridge mode"

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Posted 02 November 2007 - 07:52 AM

QUOTE(whuntree @ Oct 25 2007, 05:37 AM) View Post
QUOTE(whuntree @ Oct 25 2007, 02:36 PM) View Post
Gidday all,
In SA version 1.50.1.0 Iíve made a custom control panel to display 4x XTi 4000 output temps using 2 gradient meters to display channel 1 & 2 output temps for each amp.  When the amp is in stereo mode both temps are displayed as expected but when the amp is in Bridge mode only output temp 1 is displayed.  Obviously both output channels are being driven in bridge mode so how do I get both meters to display in stereo mode ??

Thanks,
Rod.


Sorry, I ment to say how do I get both meters to display correctly in "Bridge mode"

I was able to duplicate the issue and have it reported as a possible bug.
Thanks for letting us know.

#4 whuntree

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Posted 02 November 2007 - 01:46 PM

Impatient little bugger aren't I.....sorry about that.   rolleyes.gif
Thanks for pursuing the problem.  Now I can stop pulling my hair out for a bit.  

Regards,
Rod.