So as I found following a long epic battle with the dumb thing, the dip switch settings in the manual make no sense.
Turn on 4, 5, 6, and 10, all others off. Otherwise, the GPI inputs will not respond.
This is contrary to what is in the manual.
Picture semi related. Shrek is life, Shrek is love
guess the RDS encoder works better if you actually pot it up……
Here I thought I’d gotten one of the codes wrong…
After basically determining that a studio switcher at the heart of one enormous wonderful rat’s nest of GPI wiring that will all have to be redone *A SECOND TIME* is all messed up, I took great amusement in this technical problem and its fix.
This is apparently in place aboard a bus in Morelia, Mexico.
The instruction is making me freaking die of laughter. TOQUE EL POLLO!
Toque translates to play, as in a musical instrument, or touch. I prefer the former. PLAY THE RUBBER CHICKEN!!!
* Glues porcelain socket and ‘Edison’ bulb to a PTek *
This is why today the engineer melted from excessive cute.
Meet Peridot, a dapper young boy up for adoption at the Haven Humane Society.
….. And then Logan got this boop action and that was it, they had to wheel me out of there in the tank of a shop vac.
You have no idea how dangerous it is to be a broadcast engineer, do you?
yes of course I had to make a picture of my cat riding a Nautel in space
The curious tag found on a new dress…