DLive C Class EQ Width design-fail

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  • #64090
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    tor
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    Hi A&H.

    This was the first point I made to the local A&H rep, and to your employee hosting a dLive presentation in Copenhagen. The “Width” Press-And-Hold feature of the EQ is simply the single biggest brain fart on the C Class surfaces, and this opinion has now been confirmed by every single C Class user I have talked to.

    Since it is too late for you to implement the full EQ pots, you have to at least make the “Width” button latchable. With my finger on the screen I can easily control frequency and gain, but Q value is not editable via touch input. So of course the most sensible thing would then be to have the width knob below the screen, without having to press and hold the button 🙂 make it latchable, problem solved!

    Anther fix could be to make the touch and turn dial default to the width parameter on the active EQ band.

    Please please please take care of this in next firmware update.

    #64173
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    SteffenR
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    if you need the width control, buy S Class…

    #64185
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    tor
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    Thanx for that absolutely pointless and ridiculous post.

    #64189
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    VOLCANOJEFF
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    Tor, don’t mind Steffen R. He seems to be on a roll theses days. It’s easy for some of us to forget that the reason for the forum is to share and collaborate. I do often so I decided long ago I would troll often for answers and only respond when truly productive.

    I agree entirely with you on the width selection. Another simple fix is just to make it accessible on the touch screen. A simple slider much like on the app for the Qu series. That would satisfy me.

    This was one of the things I knew about even before I invested in the c-class. But well worth the investment even with this shortfall.

    Jeff.

    #64264
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    SteffenR
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    how about the following?
    Holding the button acts as it is in the moment…
    press the button shortly latches it to width,
    pressing it shortly again goes back to “normal”

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