I've used the TOA with a C***** program. the limitations just make it easier to program. You just tell it what to do and not bother with this 90's era touchy feely stuff - are you there, how are you feeling, what's your level. Just tell it what it is supposed to be!
Actually the box worked pretty well for me. It was responsive, we were controlling levels and matrix switching on teh 4 input units. You just have to be carefull on power up to send all the levels and switching you want it to be.
Jimweir192 wrote: »
Eric - that sounds seriously crazy!! Couldn't the user just use the large tactile GUI available in front of their fingers!!
Spire_Jeff wrote: »
I was just wondering if you had a chance to integrate the TOA piece yet? If so, any little tricks to make it work? Any pitfalls I should be ready for?
patb wrote: »
I've used it. TOA support is next to worthless. The contols are limited so if what you want to do falls within the limited scope of what the RS-232 allows you to control then you're in business. If not then good luck. For the price there are some good Peavey X-Frame mixers, Rane, Clear One, Lectrosonics and Biamp have quite a few that are easy to control also. What criteria is most important to you and I'm sure we can help you come up with something. Integrated with an amp? Price?