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TC Electronic

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TC Electronic

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  • GPL
    Contributor - Level 2
    2019-01-08
    To anyone at TC's support. I understand that some of your Interfaces are breaking the 10 years barrier (Jeez, I have a Konnekt8 from 2006!), but, other brands still support their older prodcuts with regular updates. So, simple as that, is driver development for audio interfaces halted? We´ll have any other driver/firmware version for our audio interfaces so we can use them with the newer OS's?
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    • GPL
      GPL (Really no one? Hagen, Thomas, Nicolaj?)
      • January 16, 2019
    • GPL
      visham It would be nice to hear from TC Electronic on this.



      I am using an Impact Twin on Windows 10 (1809).
      • January 29, 2019
    • GPL
      nixx

      Yes! I'd definitely like to see a new version of TC NEAR! I have talked my entire band into purchasing TC gear (we have a Konnekt 8, 24D and an Imapct Twin) and now I fear it'll stop working after the next OS update. Currently, we use Mac OS Mojave and Windows 10 (1809) and the interfaces seem to work fine. But it'd be great if there was official support for modern operating systems!

      • February 21, 2019
    • GPL
      EricHopeSF

      I would like to know, too! I've hung onto my old Konnekt 24d over the years, and would love to carry on using it, as it's STILL great, and offers features that most new interfaces do not! At the moment, I'm running it on a Mac with Mojave (with a Firewire 400 to 800 cable, and a Firewire 800 to Thunderbolt 2 adapter), and it IS still working, but I share the same concern: Will it continue to work when the new version of MacOS comes down the pike? Will the driver continue to be updated for a while? or will I need to start scoping out a new interface?

      • July 8, 2019
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      ronb

      I just bought a (known working on XP) BCA2000 on the back of a Win 7 driver being listed on Behring's website (!!!!!)


      It doesn't work, and as far as I can discover there NEVER WAS a working 64-bit driver.


      I find this deception disgraceful and am considering taking it to the British Small Claims Court  under the COnsumer Protection Act.


      Anyone know if I'm mistaken and a 64-bit Win7 BCA2000 driver DOES actually exist. and WORK?


       

      • October 27, 2019
  • FPellegrini
    Contributor - Level 1
    2018-12-22
    Been using my ditto for a year, like it. I played Wednesday night it was fine. Same gear 3 nites later after a flight to next shows and the pedal is boosting gain when I click on the pedal to start or use the looper. I've read a few posts on this forum but have only seen a firmware update for Ditto 2 or other products.
    Please help ...
    How do you reset the pedal? is there a firmware update? Am I going to have to replace this pedal?

    Thanks
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      dmusishun

      did you ever find a solution to this? I am having the same issue.

      • January 21, 2020
    • FPellegrini
      Dave_G

      Well, at least I'm not the only one. I'm having the exact same issue. I've used my Ditto Looper for a year. Now all of a sudden there's a crazy boost in gain whenever I hit the footswitch. The recorded loop sounds fine, but while I'm recording it's massively overdriven.


      I'm just going straight into the audio interface of my computer.


      I haven't found a solution yet.

      • January 23, 2020
    • FPellegrini
      Dave_G

      Well, I have an update on this. It's not the pedal.


      1. I get the same gain boost problem with another pedal as well (TC HOF mini, similar in contruction to the Ditto Looper).


      2. Both pedals work fine going into an amp -- the problem only happens when I plug into my computer's audio interface.


      In other words, the problem is in my computer, not the pedal. (The next step is to figure out why, but that's a different thread.)


      Dave

      • January 23, 2020
  • HotWired
    Contributor - Level 1
    2015-06-21
    Hallo... as my RH450 is in repair at TC-Electronic. (Completly dead at a gig!!!!! no light at all)
    I am thinking about getting an BH550.
    Qustions:
    1. Is the Fan always on?

    2. Is the preamp section analog or digital?

    3. Has anybody had the same problems with the BH550 as i have have with the RH450... suddanly no ligtht, no sound. ??

    Kindly
    Thomas
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