TF5/3/1 TF-RACK Firmware V3.60 (Previous version)
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- You may check the TF main firmware version number from the version field in the About screen of the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
TF Series Firmware/Editor Compatibility
Please make sure to use appropriate version of Editor software which is compatible with your console firmware in reference to the following compatibility chart. Using an unsupported Firmware/Editor and other related software combination may result in unexpected behavior.
Main Revisions and Enhancements
Fixed bugs (V3.60)
- Solved a problem in which the Receive Channels 63/64 of NY64-D (ST IN2 of TF series) could not be patched when the Quick Config function is ON.
- Solved a problem in which when the AUX channel has been assigned to the Custom Fader Bank with INPUT MUTE set to ON, the ON button of AUX channel assigned to a Custom Fader Bank did not work properly.
- Solved a problem in which when Rio3224-D2/Rio1608-D2 has been connected via a Dante network, a message “Dante Version Mismatch” was incorrectly displayed.
- Solved a problem in which TF cannot control the Head Amp parameters of Tio1608-D if the IP address for TF-series Dante Port (NY64-D) is set to DHCP or static IP, and the octets of the subnet mask are other than 255 or 0 (e.g. 255.255.255.128).
New features (V3.60)
- The Quick Config function now supports Dante-enabled DZR series powered speakers and DXS-XLF series powered subwoofers, allowing you to make Dante connections simply.
- Now supports Dante Domain Manager (DDM).
When TF series is enrolled in a Dante Domain by Dante Domain Manager, the Quick Config will be turned off.
- Added RTA Offset parameters to the PREFERENCE screen, allowing you to control the sensitivity of RTA in the EQ/GEQ screen.
- User Defined Knobs now supports the RTA Offset parameter.
- Added the Refresh button to the NETWORK screen to re-obtain the IP address from DHCP.
Specification changes (V3.60)
- When the Dante Channel Label of the installed NY64-D is empty, channel numbers of the connected TF series are now automatically assigned to the labels.
- When settings of the installed NY64-D are initialized on the Initialize NY64-D screen, channel numbers of the connected TF series are now automatically assigned to the Dante Channel Label.
- Changed the Scene Store function assigned to a User Defined Key; it works the same as the OK button when the Scene Title Edit window appears.
Known issues (V3.60)
- When turning the TF series on, a noise may occur on the Dante network for an instant. To avoid this issue, turn the TF series on first, and then turn on the power amps/powered speakers.
- When a Transmit channel of NY64-D has a channel label, the following issues may occur:
- A message “Dante Setting Error! Please Restart the Console” may appear when connecting to the DDM server, or when changing the FS setting.
- The TF series may not be able to recognize the device when repeating participation and non-participation of the DDM domain.
- If the Dante network has many devices, the TF series may be unable to find devices when the all devices are turned ON simultaneously. The TF series will be able to find devices after the console is rebooted.
- When the NETWORK connector of a TF series connected to a Dante network with many flows, changing the network settings in the NETWORK screen or pressing the Refresh button may result in the TF screen freezing. Do not connect a Dante network to the NETWORK connector of a TF series. Rebooting the TF series restores it to the normal state.
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