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post #31 of 138 Old 01-04-07, 11:45 AM
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Re: Revised Firmware V1.4 for the DSP1124P

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I might have to...can't find the receipt . I did receive it on 23 of May.
Based on your unit information:

Date code: 0602
Serial Number: N0600433124
Version Number: 1.3


... Behringer support should recognize that your DSP1124P is less than a year old...
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post #32 of 138 Old 01-04-07, 06:22 PM
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Re: Revised Firmware V1.4 for the DSP1124P

I would hope so. Still can't find the receipt. I do know the vendors name and have e-mailed them regarding the receipt.

Dear Ron Carlton,

Thank you for writing, Ron. Is it possible to contact your vendor? Unfortunately, we need that verification to get the RA process started to send you the EPROM. Glad to hear the info helped!

Best regards,

Your BEHRINGER Customer Support Team

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post #33 of 138 Old 01-05-07, 11:20 AM
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Re: Revised Firmware V1.4 for the DSP1124P

After I email them the copy of my receipt, I did get a email from Behringer support, they will ship me the eprom clip with V1.4. BTW I am in Canada
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post #34 of 138 Old 01-05-07, 10:16 PM
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Re: Revised Firmware V1.4 for the DSP1124P

[From www.HobbyRoms.com ]

I've been made aware of your situation by someone on this board.

I run a small eprom burning service which orignally catered mostly
to the Arcade game collecting community (arcade video games and pinballs )
but I've been approached by a wealth of other hobbyists (astronomers, car buffs,
engineering firms, etc... ) and I've even programmed several types of
Behringer devices, so I'm fairly confident I can help out.

[ NB : I've got a few eproms shipped out to user "t35tB0t" (on this thread).
Although I'm pretty confident that they will work, I would advise
to wait for his feedback rather than to "assume" that they will work.
I would hope that he gets the eproms very shortly. ]


Since this really is a "hobby" for me rather than a business,
I try to keep the prices as reasonable as possible.

My usual price for a single eprom is $10US, which INCLUDES shipping.

I've created a "Buy Now" button on my site to facilitate orders.
http://www.hobbyroms.com/all.html

The only catch (so to speak...), is that I'm located in Canada,
so shipping to the States takes a little longer (usually 7-10 days ).

But like I said, it might be wise to for t35tB0t to report his findings
before putting in a request.
(...don't worry I've 300+ eproms in stock, so I'm not likely going to run out ! ;-)

That's it for now...

Cheers,
Stephan Suys
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Ottawa, Canada
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Hi Stephan... and welcome to the Shack!

Thanks for offering your services at a very reasonable amount.
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post #36 of 138 Old 01-06-07, 12:12 PM
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Re: Revised Firmware V1.4 for the DSP1124P

Stephan,
Thanks for the offer. You are too kind!

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post #37 of 138 Old 01-09-07, 01:06 AM
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Re: Revised Firmware V1.4 for the DSP1124P

*** Version 1.4 UPDATE ***

HobbyRoms came through. I received some Version 1.4 proms!!

* Swapped out the Ver 1.3 prom and the DSP1124P booted up indicating "1.4"
* Configured the DSP1124P MIDI interface according to the REW help
* Built a set of filters in REW
* Downloaded to the DSP1124P program #3, left engine
* Manually read back each filter parameter - looks fine
* Downloaded to the DSP1124P program #3, right engine
* Manually read back each filter parameter - looks fine



Concern: Stability of version 1.4 firmware - Need to check this rigorously. Behringer released ver 1.3 with serious bugs; who says that version 1.4 was checked out so well either? It would be helpful if REW software could read back filter settings. It would be awesome if REW software would read back and *verify* downloaded filter settings. Until that happens, we'll have to manually check a bunch of downloads and look for errors. Only then can we claim 100% success.

Without read-back verification your best bet is to do an audio sweep with the new filters. If they response looks good, then the filters are probably what you downloaded.

For those with sales receipts - good luck getting your prom from Behringer, it may take weeks at best as they indicated they will take a most circuitous route to dealing with each individual's defective product.

For those without sales receipts (and for those with one as well) - you might as well order from HobbyRoms. They are a great service.

At last! Now I can get on with tuning my high-definition sub (which I mounted in a concrete box dug into the bedrock beneath my concrete slab floor). It sounded decent until I put a 1" thick custom plate steel shelving unit 6" above it - this shifted the phase as well as excited a couple room-resonance peaks. Initial tests suggest that the DSP1124P should easily be able to fix this. I just needed MIDI to work so I can set up a bunch of "house curves" for listening comparisons...

-Cheers
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Re: Revised Firmware V1.4 for the DSP1124P

I'd be much happier if the Behringer units supported read back of settings, unfortunately the only feature they ofer is the ability to manually save the whole setup as a big sysex dump and there's no available info on the format of that data (plus its a bit awkward to go through the Midi menus and trigger the sysex message). Great to hear that downloads now work though, that little bug cost a lot of time and effort!
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Re: Revised Firmware V1.4 for the DSP1124P

I'm happy to hear that all this effor has not been in vain. I just got this response from Behringer regarding my new EPROM request. So far they've been forthcoming, probably due to those of you who paved the road with their tech support.

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Response (Jorge H.) 08/01/2007 06.23 PM
Dear Ben Daniels,

Thank you for writing, Ben. Still waiting to get the EPROMS in stock - as soon as we get them in, we'll send one out to you. We'll be in touch soon.

We hope that we have been able to help you with this information.

Best regards,

Your BEHRINGER Customer Support Team
Not yet sure how long they will take. I'll resort to hobbyroms if they don't have get them soon.
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Re: Revised Firmware V1.4 for the DSP1124P

Ordered mine from HobbyRoms just a few minutes ago. It will be nice to get it working correctly now.

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