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  • #96123
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    jb07
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    pity that the colors of the equalization buttons (LF, LM, HM, HF) do not correspond with the screen (sky blue / purple / blue / red) the colored LEDs look fixed?

    #96125
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    KeithJ A&H
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    @jb07,

    You’re right, that could have looked pretty nice!
    But… you’re also right that they are fixed amber/orange so this cannot be changed (in firmware at least).

    Thanks,
    Keith.

    #96657
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    Smalldevel
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    Maybe it can be helpfull to mark the bands with LM / HF and so on, on the screen, cause for colorblind people like me it’s not possible to identify the correct band for a quick softbutton controll.

    #96910
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    ioTon
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    Another suggestion:

    Please open the PEQ screen when pressing one of the 4 PEQ Band Buttons.
    The screen will open when turning one of the 3 Encoders – but by pressing the Buttons there is no Response – wondering why not…

    thanks!
    dd

    #96912
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    KeithJ A&H
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    @ioTon – that’s a good point and noted.

    [The reason btw, is that ‘screen follows surface’ is based on the changing of values and when you change the band for the PEQ controls you’re not affecting any values]

    Thanks,
    Keith.

    #96915
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    jb07
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    I got around the problem …

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    #97041
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    Wolfgang
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    a very creative solution 😉

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