i know somone who has experience with thees and he says its a decent system , normally it sells for 250-325$ , im aware of having to setup the receivers , will give me a good use for the label maker once i get them setup
It's not the programming i cant live with. It's when you someday in the future want to actually fire those 1200 cues. Unless you just tell it "autofire", you have to trigger a bunch of cues, then swap section, and cue the next, so on, so fourth, 100 times.
Of course, no sane person will actually manually fire 1200 cues, but already the 36 you get in the default package means you have to swap for a new set of receivers (at least) 3 times, if you want to fire them individually.
At some point it's going to start become messy trying to remember to swap section, remember how the plan goes for triggering (how fast, and what cues were simultaneous, and so on) the cues and what ever else one could come up with.
As long as you can live with it's drawbacks, it's going to be great, i'm sure. I want more of the cues available "at once", so to speak. The drawback of that is easy enough to point out. It would take a metric crapton of buttons to add 1200 cues, not to mention the space they would use. Hell, 1200 cues on pin-boards is a logistical nightmare... I got a few boards for 25 to 100 cues, and the 100 cue boards are something like 125x100 cm, and just for the size of them, i pretty much never use the 100 cue one, but rather use 2x50 cues, just so that it can be handled.
as far as the pc/andriod controlled one i would love something like that as well , unfortunately thats out of my budget range
Edited by MrB, 22 August 2017 - 09:36 PM.