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Author Topic: Motorized Faders - Jumping off track?  (Read 27199 times)

Alec Spence

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Re: Motorized Faders - Jumping off track?
« Reply #80 on: October 13, 2015, 12:09:09 pm »

Late to the party here.  The really good news is that the faders are servicable, both to implement this simple fix, and to replace if they genuinely fail.

And replacements are available at around USD 100 for 5.

Given that the moving faders were the area of greatest concern on this board, I'm reassured that my investment would be dead in the water after a (notional) fader failure after the first 12 months warranty period.

I'm also re-assured, that even Midas Pro faders have a similar (but not identical) design flaw.  That said, they do look slightly easier to replace.
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Re: Motorized Faders - Jumping off track?
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