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#1 f.voiffray

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Posted 15 May 2005 - 10:24 AM

Dear Group,

Imagine that a "speaker cabinet manufacturer", or distributor want to include specific presets on a Iteq's amp's system....Could you discribe us the way to :

- Protect Presets (contents) from being seen or/and Modified (could be delays, eq's points, crossover etc...)

- Imagine now that an hire company wants to use generic amp's rack's for differents sound systems and will include PRESETS on those amp's, is it a way to restrict the access to the amp's to the only PRESETS recall, without the possibility to modify the sensitivity, access to eq's, crossover, delays, limiters.. etc...?

all the best
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#2 DGlass

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Posted 16 May 2005 - 09:12 AM

QUOTE(f.voiffray @ May 15 2005, 10:24 AM)
Dear Group,

Imagine that a "speaker cabinet manufacturer", or distributor want to include specific presets on a Iteq's amp's system....Could you discribe us the way to :

- Protect Presets (contents) from being seen or/and Modified (could be delays, eq's points, crossover etc...)

- Imagine now that an hire company wants to use generic amp's rack's for differents sound systems and will include PRESETS on those amp's, is it a way to restrict the access to the amp's to the only PRESETS recall, without the possibility to modify the sensitivity, access to eq's, crossover, delays, limiters.. etc...?

all the best
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Password security for the I-Techs was explained in a previous posting called “lockout options”. smile.gif

#3 Schmuck

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Posted 16 May 2005 - 12:26 PM

QUOTE(DGlass @ May 16 2005, 09:12 AM)
QUOTE(f.voiffray @ May 15 2005, 10:24 AM)
Dear Group,

Imagine that a "speaker cabinet manufacturer", or distributor want to include specific presets on a Iteq's amp's system....Could you discribe us the way to :

- Protect Presets (contents) from being seen or/and Modified (could be delays, eq's points, crossover etc...)

- Imagine now that an hire company wants to use generic amp's rack's for differents sound systems and will include PRESETS on those amp's, is it a way to restrict the access to the amp's to the only PRESETS recall, without the possibility to modify the sensitivity, access to eq's, crossover, delays, limiters.. etc...?

all the best
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Password security for the I-Techs was explained in a previous posting called “lockout options”. smile.gif
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