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FS: ETC MicroVision console!

Discussion in 'CB Classifieds' started by microstar, Sep 14, 2018 at 9:28 AM.

  1. microstar

    microstar Well-Known Member

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    This is an ETC Microvision console (not the FX version).
    125 control channels, full 512 channel proportional softpatch, 5 pages x 6 submasters, 200 cues per show with up to 5 shows recordable on the 720K DD 3.5” floppy disk storage (one disk included). Note: do not use 1.44mb HD floppies. Two timed faders with GO/HOLD/BACK and CLEAR buttons. Four selectable display modes: Stage, Blind, Setup, and Patch. Many other features such as insert cues, delay times, effects section, and HELP key. Standard 5-pin DMX output.

    The video outputs are CGA-type 9-pin and composite video BNC. A BNC (console out) to RCA composite video cable is included and was used to display the Bootup and Channel Levels screens. The photos are off a LED flat panel monitor using its CV input. Inexpensive generic BNC CV to VGA Converters (not included) are available which allow use of any flat panel VGA monitor. A VIDEO MONITOR IS NOT INCLUDED.
    Only 14.5” W x16.5” D x 9” H and weights 9 pounds. $4600 price tag when new in 1995 .
    ETC still offers limited support! In excellent condition and works perfectly.

    $199 + $45 shipping

    MV all.JPG MV face full.JPG MVrear full.JPG MVscreenshot.JPG MVkeypad.JPG MVreleaseno.JPG
     
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    RonHebbard Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    @microstar An ETC console with both DMX512 and AMX1-96 & 97-192 outputs AND the unforgetably cute little 'Fred Flintstone Bed Rock' rotary encoder wheel. Definitely cutting-edge ROCK BOTTOM priced technology at the time. I rented one from Christies Toronto in 1991 for a small cast musical in Hamilton's Theatre Aquarius' black box studio space and it performed flawlessly for the entire three week run.
    Thanks for the jaunt down memory lane. Good thing you've still got that disc for it.
    Toodleoo!
    Ron Hebbard
     
  3. Amiers

    Amiers Lighting Phoenix 1 Lamp at a Time

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    It’s so tiny. Lol.

    Programming on that thing must be visionary, eh eh?
     
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    derekleffew Resident Curmudgeon Senior Team Premium Member

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    RonHebbard Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    ETC's answer to Strand's legendary, groundbreaking and oh so affordable Mantrix 2S.
    Toodleoo!
    Ron Hebbard
     
  6. Jay Ashworth

    Jay Ashworth Well-Known Member

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    Aw, look; it's a little baby Express. :)

    We've actually still got one of these at the college, I think.
     
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