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  1. "Memory Backup Enable" is still in the .oif file but we are now filtering it out in the "Object Control Editor List" as it is something that could cause major issues if it were accidentally set to Off. When the Memory Backup Enable is Off the amplifier will revert to the factory default settings. That is to say there would be no settings like filters, limiters etcetera and the level controls would be turned up so the amp would be passing full range. This is not something that most people want their amp to revert to when they power down their system. 2682[/snapback] Hello David, i was wondering if there is any progress on this topic? As you wrote above most people don't want the amp to revert to something different after cycling power... Right now it is more or less unpredictable to say what preset will be loaded after powring up the amp. As I described above the amp switches back to some random preset after cycling power (with no network connection). I would call this bug quite dangerous! Please let me know if there is a solution to avoid this problem.... if not i think i have to downgrade the firmware back to 1.3 .... i guess i also have to rewrite all my presets, right? Thank you very much! Greetings from Germany! Tobi 2804[/snapback] It has been reported to our engineering department as a bug and I talked to them again on it yesterday. They are looking into it and hope to have it resolved soon. 2811[/snapback] Hi David, our amps have exactly the same problems as described formerly on this topic, please advise if we need to downgrade all the amps we have, a total of 52, or if we should wait for a solution from the engineeering departement soon. We are starting to have lots of work, so this is a BIG problem, as we rely on the dsp of the amps to do all the systems alignment and tuning. Also, as a sugestion, it will be a good ideia that you advise your customers in this matter, I wouldn't know about it if I didn't browse this forum ocasionnaly. Are you going to Frankfurt Musik Messe? I'm going to be there and discuss some details with you. Best regards 2839[/snapback] All I can say is the next firmware version will be out soon and the engineers are working on the fix. I am sorry to say I have never been to Musik Messe and will not be there again this year. 2842[/snapback] Ok David, thank you, we will be waiting for the fix regards
  2. "Memory Backup Enable" is still in the .oif file but we are now filtering it out in the "Object Control Editor List" as it is something that could cause major issues if it were accidentally set to Off. When the Memory Backup Enable is Off the amplifier will revert to the factory default settings. That is to say there would be no settings like filters, limiters etcetera and the level controls would be turned up so the amp would be passing full range. This is not something that most people want their amp to revert to when they power down their system. 2682[/snapback] Hello David, i was wondering if there is any progress on this topic? As you wrote above most people don't want the amp to revert to something different after cycling power... Right now it is more or less unpredictable to say what preset will be loaded after powring up the amp. As I described above the amp switches back to some random preset after cycling power (with no network connection). I would call this bug quite dangerous! Please let me know if there is a solution to avoid this problem.... if not i think i have to downgrade the firmware back to 1.3 .... i guess i also have to rewrite all my presets, right? Thank you very much! Greetings from Germany! Tobi 2804[/snapback] It has been reported to our engineering department as a bug and I talked to them again on it yesterday. They are looking into it and hope to have it resolved soon. 2811[/snapback] Hi David, our amps have exactly the same problems as described formerly on this topic, please advise if we need to downgrade all the amps we have, a total of 52, or if we should wait for a solution from the engineeering departement soon. We are starting to have lots of work, so this is a BIG problem, as we rely on the dsp of the amps to do all the systems alignment and tuning. Also, as a sugestion, it will be a good ideia that you advise your customers in this matter, I wouldn't know about it if I didn't browse this forum ocasionnaly. Are you going to Frankfurt Musik Messe? I'm going to be there and discuss some details with you. Best regards
  3. it-4000 & vrx 932

    I there, I was browsing the forum today, saw your request, I have dsp files for VRX 932/918, made manually using JBL settings for the DBX Drive rack 4800, they have been working ok, I can send them if you want to give it a try, only for firmware 2.0 B