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Studio One General Discussion » have you seen this, 50% off on all S1 products » Go to message
dgkenney wrote:Can anybody direct me to the page with the 1/2 off coupon for the 24.4.2.

Can't seem to find it

Dan


Did the same thing - almost done downloading all of the content...
AudioBox VSL General Discussion » VSL purchase Studio One upgrade promo question » Go to message
Man, I wish I would have seen that offer a month ago. Just started looking interfaces and the 22 and 44 have caught my eye. Any chance that offer would be coming back any time soon?
FireStudio Forum Community Support » FireStudio mobile power question » Go to message
I contacted Presonus about this and you need to either shut everything completely off or unplug the device when not in use. I also asked if it would hurt just to leave it plugged in and was told I could do that and it would probably be okay but there was no guarantee that it would not wear out anything prematurely. Not exactly comforting, though I have done that since I picked it up with no issues.
FireStudio Forum Community Support » FireStudio mobile power question » Go to message
Unfortunately, that is the way it works. It's really annoying...
FireStudio Forum Community Support » FireStudio mobile power question » Go to message
I just picked up an iMac and hooked up my FireStudio mobile to it. I have a pair of powered monitors hooked up to the FireStudio and things are working and sound great.

I do have one question though. While I can turn the monitors off and on and put the iMac in sleep mode, the FireStudio obviously doesn't have a power switch and is always on. If I unhook the external power supply and use the bus power, things work fine, but it still doesn't appear to ever shut down - the FireStudio light blinks back and forth between red and blue when the iMac is asleep. So my question is, is it okay to leave the FireStudio powered on all the time with the AC adapter? Or if that is not recommended, what about the blinking mode when on bus power? I could put monitors and the external power supply on a power switch and turn that off and on as needed, but that is more cable clutter that I'd prefer not to have. What is everyone else doing with theirs?
 
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