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Old 11-14-2022, 01:36 PM
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Default Sync I/O (original blue) as standalone generator?

I have an older blue Sync i/o that I was hoping to use as a standalone timecode generator. I am able to access all functions, except for the option to change the "clock reference". The button doesn't currently change anything, and it's stuck on "loop sync". I'm guessing I need to be set to "internal", just can't get there.

When set to "Generate" and pressing "Run" nothing happens.

Tried doing a factory reset, same thing. Any insight would be appreciated.
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