- 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.
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Items covered by this warranty:
302, 442, 442N, 552, 633, 664, 664 Kit, 688, 702, 702T, 722, 744T, 788T, 788T-SSD, 833, 888, 970, CL-12, HX-3, MD-4, MixPre, MixPre-10 II, MixPre-10M, MixPre-10T, MixPre-3, MixPre-3 II, MixPre-3M, MixPre-6, MixPre-6 II, MixPre-6M, MixPre-D, MM-1, MP-1, MP-2, Scorpio, USBPre, USBPre 2
PIX 220i, PIX 240i, PIX 250i, PIX 260i, PIX 270i, PIX 270i-Complete, PIX-240i-KIT, PIX-E5/E5H, PIX-E7
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