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Bobby Cox

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Posted - 07 Feb 2015 :  18:49:26  Show Profile
I acquired an M-series playback module. I would like to use it as a wing for my M1. I have connected no problem, however it mimics the playback control on the console. So if i change a bank on the console or module the change together. Is there a way to separate them?
Thanks
Bobby

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Posted - 07 Feb 2015 :  22:29:12  Show Profile
On the back of the module is a dial to set an address. Set it to 1, so its Bank ID 1.
If it is set to 0 it will replicate the main bank (e.g. for use with M-PC)
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Bobby Cox

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Posted - 08 Feb 2015 :  00:16:56  Show Profile
Thanks Matthias. I did not see that. However I tried with no success. I used address 1,2,f,a,9 all rebooting the module and the desk, same result. Am I missing something else?
Cheers,
Bobby
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Posted - 08 Feb 2015 :  19:38:55  Show Profile
is it s silver playback module?
you may need to remove the top part and make sure that the internal ribbon cable is connected to the addressing pcb.
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Bobby Cox

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Posted - 09 Feb 2015 :  03:28:19  Show Profile
yes it is a silver playback module II, with the small white dial on the back. I receded the ribbon, still cloning the desk.
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Posted - 09 Feb 2015 :  21:58:04  Show Profile
Try the dipswitch on the pcb itself, change the ID to 1 and plug it back in.
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Kris VH

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Posted - 19 Mar 2015 :  16:04:36  Show Profile
Hello Bobby,
was this solved now? Please also make sure that all USB and IIC firmware in the module is up to date.
Greetings,
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