Today, Sound Devices made available a new firmware package developed for its 633, 664, and 688 field mixers, namely version 3.10, which adds support for 3rd party wireless control, timecode and metadata management via Timecode Systems and Ambient Master Lockit.
In addition to that, the producer adds a new menu option to disable the CL-12 Output level controls, allows adjusting Slate Mic from 0 to 56dB in 1dB increments, and gives users the ability to set Take Designator to any desired value.
If applied, firmware 3.10 will fix issues with arming paired LR or X1/X2 tracks using the CL-12 LR, X1/X2 pots, the CL-12 Mix Bus Track LED behavior, as well as resolves certain reboot-related problems regarding CL-12 channels and fader values.
Moreover, owners will now be able to properly scroll frequency upwards in the Rx Screen with the Lectrosonics SRc unit. Also, the PFL switch will save edits to track names, and a few other changes will be implemented as highlighted on the description page of each device.
When it comes to installation, first save and unzip the appropriate archive for your model, copy the .prg file to the root level of a memory card, insert it into the mixer, and turn the device’s power on.
Now, go to Setup Menu > System > Update Firmware, follow the on-screen instructions, and wait as the mixer does its job. Once completed, the device will automatically reboot and briefly display the installed firmware version.
That said, from the links below, follow the one that best describes your filed mixer name, download and apply it to your device, and constantly check our website to be aware when a newer version si available.