Console setup software
Wheatstone V-DIP software: The control surface of each input module on Wheatstone's digital consoles can be automated via the V-DIP technology, and each channel's 8-character display will indicate title, cut number or router source selected. Yet even with the V-DIP protocol, the console's main controller retains the ability for local/remote override should an operator require manual control during other dayparts. The V-DIP software allows users to configure a Wheatstone digital console from the convenience of a laptop. The V-DIP Software eliminates the need for setting dipswitches manually during console configuration and has been designed into the D-700, D-70, Auditronics 220 and the D-600 digital consoles.
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