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    A standard Chromebook/box isn't going to be able...

    A standard Chromebook/box isn't going to be able to run it, without severe hacking into the internals of the OS to allow running third party software. ChromeOS doesn't run Android apps (yet, planned).
  2. It's not dependent on generation. Like I said...

    It's not dependent on generation. Like I said above, it's part of iOS, the software attempts to check for internet connectivity. If it hits a webpage, it assumes that it's a hotel wifi login page. So...
  3. If you really want to force it to not display the...

    If you really want to force it to not display the page, you can try this, which worked on the previous model:

    Go to the Administration menu and open the System tab. Enable the telnet server by...
  4. Nope, that's actually your iPad/iPhone doing...

    Nope, that's actually your iPad/iPhone doing this.

    Basically, your iPad/iPhone is making a check for internet when it connects to wifi. It sees the router error page (because, of course, there's...
  5. Considering this is the exact opposite of what...

    Considering this is the exact opposite of what you want a normal consumer router to do, you can't exactly complain about how it responds. It's trying to make damn sure that you actually don't want...
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    The issue was exasperated by Chrome, but it's a...

    The issue was exasperated by Chrome, but it's a configuration problem on their server. Basically it's timing out pre-connect sockets too early (being too aggressive, possibly tuned in an attempt to...
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    For the second time, you do realize you can...

    For the second time, you do realize you can reinstall the old firmware if it's really a problem. The main issue here is Apple, since you may lose access to the app itself, something Behringer...
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    Apple may play hardball with support on their...

    Apple may play hardball with support on their devices, but then again, the death of iPad 1 is not exactly without its warning signs. Apple is strictly a consumer business. They may play up ads and...
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    Next everyone will complain when they stop...

    Next everyone will complain when they stop supporting Windows XP. What do you mean I can't continue to use my horribly insecure OS with your software?!

    If you want to run old software, be fully...
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    The problem lies in that if you attempt to make...

    The problem lies in that if you attempt to make use of any new API, you eliminate old iOS support. For apps that don't have any use for those APIs, they're unaffected, but that's not usually the...
  11. In addition, if you didn't make a local backup of...

    In addition, if you didn't make a local backup of your iPads with the older version, it's gone. You cannot downgrade an app via any method except restoring from an iTunes backup, that's the Apple way.
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    Oh I see the hangup now. Yeah, looks like you're...

    Oh I see the hangup now. Yeah, looks like you're stuck copying the show file over to USB currently.
  13. Yeah that's completely false. Devices do not talk...

    Yeah that's completely false. Devices do not talk to the router until they attempt to make an actual connection as requested by a user (That's why it's called an SSID broadcast). And a router is...
  14. It causes issues with various adapters and is...

    It causes issues with various adapters and is useless as far as security is concerned. It's basically security through obscurity which, at best, is only going to give you a false sense of security....
  15. I'd say a tablet + a laptop would be a superior...

    I'd say a tablet + a laptop would be a superior backup solution, as the X32-Edit program is more robust in its functionality and a laptop can be hardwired if something goes wrong.
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    Yes. In X32-Edit: Hit "view" in the...

    Yes.

    In X32-Edit:

    Hit "view" in the Scene/Cue/Snippet control area (directly below the Mute Groups).

    Make sure you're on the "Home" tab.

    Ensure that "X32-Edit" is selected, below the...
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    X-Edit 2.1's USB Recorder page doesn't visibly...

    X-Edit 2.1's USB Recorder page doesn't visibly show the tracks in the list. They're there, and you can interact/scroll it, but they appear blank. This is on Windows 8.1.
  18. The driver is going to still be receiving data as...

    The driver is going to still be receiving data as long as the mixer is configured to do so. It won't be as much load as if you were actually recording those channels, but it is doing work that isn't...
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    You're just not using a big enough hammer.

    You're just not using a big enough hammer.
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    The block diagram on the X32 Manual says there is...

    The block diagram on the X32 Manual says there is a hard-wired +48v on the talkback input. This is for the full-size console.

    Confirmed with a 48v Countryman headset I got here.
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    Tons of companies do this and it says so right on...

    Tons of companies do this and it says so right on the warranty card in the box.
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    Looks like it's 16 XLR pre-amp ins, and an RCA...

    Looks like it's 16 XLR pre-amp ins, and an RCA stereo AUX in for the last two inputs.
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    40W incandescent lightbulbs are almost entirely...

    40W incandescent lightbulbs are almost entirely heat. Luckily the same isn't true for power supplies :P
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    If it doesn't have a fan then it definitely isn't...

    If it doesn't have a fan then it definitely isn't putting out much heat.
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    Power supplies do normally put out heat, and for...

    Power supplies do normally put out heat, and for the S16 that's probably the only major heat source in the entire device. That said, most PSUs can handle 50C temperatures without any problems, as...
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