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Products (1 plus 1) : Sound Devices Products Warranty
Items covered by this warranty:
302, 552, 633, 664, 688, 702, 702T, 722, 744T, 788T, 788T-SSD, 970, CL-6, CL-8, CL-9, CL-12, HX3, MD-4, MixPre-3, MixPre-3M, MixPre-6, MixPre-6M, MixPre-10T, MixPre-10M, MixPre-D, MM1, MP1, SL-6, USBPre2
PIX-E5, PIX-E5H, PIX-E7, PIX-LR, PIX 250i, PIX 270i, PIX 240i, PIX 260i, PIX 220, PIX 220i, PIX 240
Sound Devices, LLC warrants the items listed above against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of ONE (1) year from date of original retail purchase. Users who register their product directly with Sound Devices Technical Support by mail, online, or phone, will receive an additional ONE (1) year of warranty coverage, extending the complete warranty period to TWO (2) years from the date of original retail purchase. In order to extend the warranty coverage period, registration must be completed within the initial ONE (1) year warranty period. Products must be purchased through authorized Sound Devices resellers to qualify for Warranty coverage. Damage resulting from the opening of a Sound Devices product or attempted repairs by a non-authorized Sound Devices repair technician will void warranty coverage.
This is a non-transferable warranty that extends only to the original purchaser. Sound Devices, LLC will repair or replace the product at its discretion at no charge. Warranty claims due to severe service conditions will be addressed on an individual basis.
THE WARRANTY AND REMEDIES SET FORTH ABOVE ARE EXCLUSIVE. SOUND DEVICES, LLC DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. SOUND DEVICES, LLC IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY OR UNDER ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY. Because some jurisdictions do not permit the exclusion or limitations set forth above, they may not apply in all cases.
For all service, including warranty repair, please contact Sound Devices or Video Devices for an RMA (return merchandise authorization) before sending your unit in for repair. Product returned without an RMA number may experience delays in repair. When sending a unit for repair, please do not include accessories, including SSD drives, CF cards, batteries, power supplies, carry cases, cables, or adapters unless instructed by Sound Devices. Sound Devices repairs and replacements may be completed using refurbished, returned or used parts that have been factory certified as functionally equivalent to new parts.
Sound Devices, LLC
Services Repair RMA #XXXXX
E7556 State Road 23 and 33
Reedsburg, WI 53959 USA
- Low level File system improvements.
- DC offset removed when HPF is enabled for high sample rate recordings.
- Known issues
- If a single storage medium (i.e. CompactFlash card) is selected/available for recording and it is unintentionally removed the unit will briefly show that the volume has been taken off-line, but the display will still indicate recording and the record LED will remain illuminated for up to 30 seconds or until STOP is pressed.
- When initiating a repair on an unformatted volume (not likely…but), the unit will begin the process and lock up, requiring a hard shut down.
- FireWire storage volumes with a PL3507 FireWire chipset and hard drive fail the speed test. Threre is a problem reading from these external drives. There are no problems writing to drives of this type.
- These known issues will be addressed in future revisions of firmware.
- Cue Markers are deleted if file is automatically split.
- Bug in which the recorder’s drive(s) would would not properly mount when connected via FireWire to Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard).
- Firmware revision number shows in boot up splash screen.
- Ability to mark a take as ‘NG’ (No Good). Typically used to identify a take as not the one to be used in post, although there may be sections of it which may be useful. Data stored in the iXML chunk.
- STOP+LAMP shortcut for quick access to Circling or NG’ing the last recorded take.
- Add ability to change take status of any take from the take list.
- Addition of iXML (v1.52) parameters including <FALSE_START>, <NO_GOOD>
- When daily folders are selected, the daily folder is only created when record is first pressed. This prevents empty daily folders being generated if the 7-series is powered up every day but without recording anything. This also applies to the generation of top level and bottom level folders.
- Drive “Erase” menus renamed to “Erase / Format”.
- RF hash/noise no longer causes the recorder to incorrectly stop recording in ExtTC/cont – Auto Record mode. It will only stop when stationary TC code is detected.