I tried but "I/O" and "PRO" are too small for a proper search, so forgive me if this has been covered...
...Are there any plans for a smaller, NON-pro I/O module with just two full-sized XLRs for cheap? I don't think Genlock, TC, etc. make sense for jobs that you'd be willing to record audio direct to camera for, and the $3750 (while good for what it does) is quite an investment for someone that really only wants the XLRs. Conversely, 3rd party products like the A-box are decent, but when phantom power enabled using the 3.5mm jacks is just not robust enough (especially for doc/run and gun work, where you'd actually want to have solid on-cam audio).
Basically an official RED product/solution that fits right between an A-box (or 3.5-to-XLR cables) and the PRO I/O module (or full dual audio setup.)
Not likely to happen. A third-party version of what you want is likely to pop up at some point if RED thinks it's okay for their bottom line, but RED cannot do what you ask unless it's sensible for them to do it from a business standpoint, and from what Jarred has said, it isn't sensible for them to do it because it's more money for them to invest in designing, manufacturing, and parts maintaining with a minimal ROI on what you want since they already make a more comprehensive product that does what you want and more. It is what it is.
Anybody have one of these yet?,,,,anyone....Bueller?
ok then....good to know
I think you will see a lot of Pro I/O modules shipping in the next 2 weeks now that firmware 3.3.3 is out.....
This module is just what we all wanted and it made the sale of Epic for my reboot of Arrested Development that much easier on the studio. Thanks Jim and J and Ted and team
It is beautiful
Any news on if there is the ability to map Channels 3&4 on the I/O module to channels 1 & 2 on the epic?
OK, so I got the "Pending Shippment Notice". Yay!
Now, can someone tell me the pin assignments, specs and cable availability for:
1. Time code (5 Pin Lemo) - I understand that it is both Input (jam) and Output (generator)
2. GPIO (4 Pin Lemo) - Same as on R1???
3. Power (4-pin LEMO) - Same as on R1???
4. AUX (10-Pin Lemo)
It would be great if a more comprehensive specification was available at Red store or/and in the manual. Can't wait :)
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