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  • #108378
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    TimmyP
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    … that’s on: https://support.allen-heath.com/hc/en-gb/articles/4402940459537-SQ-Basic-Signal-Path-Diagrams-Input-Group-LR-Aux-Matrix

    It’s all but useless owing to the lousy resolution. Is there a better version please?

    #108381
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    KeithJ A&H
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    @TimmyP

    Apologies – it seems the original images had been downsized.
    I’ve just re-uploaded them so you should be able to refresh and then right click on them to view or download the full size images.

    Keith.

    #108606
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    TimmyP
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    No joy after a refresh. I even used a different browser – still getting the low-rez version.

    #108611
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    KeithJ A&H
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    @TimmyP

    I’ve just checked and it hasn’t been reduced by the site again, so here’s a direct link to the image (to skip the the right clicking and viewing image step) for you:
    https://support.allen-heath.com/hc/article_attachments/8226599179665/Signal_Flow.png

    It does have the same name as the original file of course, so you might still need to do some refreshing or download/save-as the image.

    Thanks,
    Keith.

    #109301
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    TimmyP
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    Thanks Keith. Still no joy even using yet another different browser.

    #109313
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    Tobi
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    Hi Timmy,
    this document has the “official” Block Diagram:

    https://www.allen-heath.com/media/SQ-5-Technical-Datasheet_G.pdf

    Has all the information, but little more “technical” style.

    Best Regards,
    Tobias

    #109314
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    KeithJ A&H
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    @TimmyP

    The image I see when clicking the link is around 1200×1200 pixels and definitely legible, having just tested on PC and mac in different browsers.

    It may be being resized by your browser I guess, so you could try clicking on it (see if a little magnifying glass cursor shows up) or right click on the link or image and download it to view in your preferred image viewer.

    If others here could test the link and let us know if they can see everything ok, that’d be super useful – just in case there’s some weird caching issue on our servers here that’s meaning I’m seeing something different to all of you!

    Thanks!
    Keith.

    #109315
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    lightingman117
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    Both

    https://support.allen-heath.com/hc/article_attachments/8226599179665/Signal_Flow.png
    and
    https://www.allen-heath.com/media/SQ-5-Technical-Datasheet_G.pdf

    Show up properly
    Win10x64 1080p (150% scale) or 1440p (200% scale) 14″ physical screen size

    Zooming into the one of the processing blocks in the “Signal_Flow.png” image with high-quality bicubic or bilinear zoom optimization in image glass isn’t crisp, it is now fuzzy, but everything is still legible. When zoomed out it looks perfect.

    P.S. The datasheet rasterization is amazing and I can zoom infinitely into the block diagram. Thank you A&H/Keith!

    #109771
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    TimmyP
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    No change for me. It’s 1200 x 1159. The only things legible when zoomed are the white labels

    #109773
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    Scott
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    Have you updated or installed Adobe Acrobat?

    #109776
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    KeithJ A&H
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    @TimmyP

    No change for me. It’s 1200 x 1159. The only things legible when zoomed are the white labels

    Do you mean the labels which identify the processing ‘blocks’?

    Thanks,
    Keith.

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