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Old 03-25-1999, 10:04 AM
Staffan Staffan is offline
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Default R1 Remote

I recently upgraded from Session 8/PC
to PT24/NT.
Q: I can´t use my R1 along with PT-will Digi
do anything about that? I mean, even if it can´t be compared with JLC or HUI, it would be a low-budget start for me until I can afford anything better.
Ican´t be the only one in the World who has got a worthless R1, or...

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Old 03-26-1999, 01:08 AM
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Staffan. Sorry but the R1 is not compatible
with the PT NT system. It will never be. I wish I had better news for you, but that's the straight scoop.

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