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Relay Mode ? Relay Mode ?

#1 User is offline   scomeau1 

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Posted 15 April 2013 - 06:29 AM

I have two CMP.800 that I have connected by the cable on back but don't know how to get it to run in relay mode.

The manual does not tell you how to do this ?

Thanks for any help you can give me.

#2 User is offline   proaudiotech 

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Posted 22 April 2013 - 07:44 AM

That's strange I found it on page 6 of the manual labeled "Link Up"


Link UP
With this function a USB device can be plugged into a single CMP.800, and a second player can access the data from the drive.
Follow the directions below to setup the link function.
a. Press the Menu button to enter the internal menu.
b. Once you are in the internal menu, turn the FOLDER knob until MIDI SETUP is displayed.
c. Press the SHIFT button and turn TRACK knob until the USB = LINK is displayed, and press the Menu button to memorize
the setting and exit.
d. Now load your USB1 device into the MAIN PLAYER.
e. Connect the MAIN PLAYER using the rear USB MIDI port to the second player USB port.
f. You should now be able to access the main player loaded USB1 device using the second player controls.
(The USB1 device must be read first on the main player whenever loaded the device.)
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#3 User is offline   Warnerwipsy 

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Posted 28 December 2018 - 06:04 AM

Thanks for your enquirers.
1, Unfortunately, QK-G021 doesnt support this function now.
2, EXTRT is just to rest the relay to the normal position. It doesnt take any further actions.
Hope above helps.

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