Sound Devices Updates Firmware for 7-Series Recorders
Reedsburg, WI - Apr 16, 2009 - Sound Devices has released a firmware update for all its 7-series recorders.
Revision 2.63 for the 702, 702T, 722 and 744T introduces new features and enhancements. An enhanced write algorithm significantly improves real-time multi-track recording to DVD-RAM even while simultaneously recording to 3 media. A new LCD scrolling direction menu enables users to select which direction the rotary encoder scrolls through the menu. The update also fixes some minor bugs.Revision 1.71 for the 788T adds an enhanced write algorithm to significantly improve real-time multi-track recording to DVD-RAM even while simultaneously recording to 3 media. A new Track-to-Media feature in the Track Setup Menu enables user to route any track to any media in any combination. A new tone record lock menu allows user to enable tone activation during record, and now the tone latches when the tone button is held for more than 2 seconds. Other new features include a LCD scrolling direction menu allows users to choose which way the rotary encoder scrolls through the menu and an alternative option for routing inputs to tracks in the Track Setup menu.
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