One would imagine that using the board is going to cause wear and faders are items that will need replacing over time.BillySerious said:
Different consoles work differently. The Strand 300/500 series desks for example have intensity channels (stadnard channels lik eyou'd patch to a leko or a par can or something), and then attribute channels. The attribute channels go to pan, tilt, shutters, etc.OnWithTheShow said:
Thanks Chris - that was what I thought. I guess for a minute there it did read as if the desk you were referring to used at least 13 channels for all ML’s. Pretty concerning if you have some nice and simple 4 attribute lights! Or perhaps I am just tired and cranky as I did a show last night and am now trying to write a 3000 word paper due on Tuesdaydigitaltec said:Well, each control channel whould be controlled by a different channel on the console. It does not matter what console you are using if the console is a hybrid. so If you are using a MAC 250 which has 15 attributes in Mode 4 then it whould take up 15 channels on your console. If you are running a MAC 2000, it whould take up 22 channels.
I don't think that's a board-specific thing, but rather does the fixture support fine and coarse adjustments.Mayhem said:In fact I too am curious as to whether or not some boards can/do split some into gross/fine adjustments or whether or not we are both misunderstanding the post by digitaltech :?
For their range of boards:biking_ollie said:i can't find any info on martins website about the exciter board!