I asked about the switches. It
sounds like everything is on one big board. Jim said they dont really have
problems with the switches but that some people turn the oleds brightness
to 100% and no timeout and they eventually devolop a burn in. There is a
video on youtube about replacing oleds. I havent watched it yet but i
assume it shows dis assembly and may give a glimpse at the buttons.
Fwiw the fusion would be a lot
easier to work on. The meter bridge flips up giving easy access to the
oleds and rhe faders are modular in banks of four, two screws and an rj45
and its out ro go to your soldering bench.
Im looking at fusions in air
studios and IQ for production.
We are also looking at wheatnet
but it looks like it will be more expensive and i dont know any users ro
get non biased opinions from. Obviously axia says they are better. And
wheatstone says theirs is the best. Im sure either would be a great system.