Provides remote access to all 10 scene presets stored onboard the DFR22. (Also compatible with the DFR11EQ Version 5 and the P4800, both discontinued.)
This switch can also be used to expand the external control capability of the DFR22 and P4800.
The DRS-10 consists of three assemblies:
1) Hardware Adapter: Communicates directly with DFR11EQ Version 5 by converting the analog signal generated by the switch into digital RS-232. Adapter plugs directly into the RS-232 serial port on back panel of the DFR hardware unit.
2) Switch Assembly: Consists of a 10-position switch that can be customized to select up to 10 scene presets.
3) Wall Plate Kit: Includes a customized wall plate for the switch assembly, a wall plate label to indicate the switch position of each scene, and a knob to turn the switch assembly post.
Scene Control of the DFR11EQ via an External Switch
Yes. This scenario is described on the User Guide for the Shure DRS-10 switch.
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