I've read that the EOS family software on hardware & nomad is increasing the channel count default with it's latest version of software.
i.e. along the lines of "For the base unit, it will increase to a set amount, and if any extra channels have been unlocked then it goes to the maximum that the hardware can allow".
Is this going to happen for Cobalt as well?
In reply to sclausen:
In reply to jolsson:
Nomad Dongles at 256 will bounce up to 512, 512 will stay the same, anything over 512 will be bumped up to 6K. Going forward there are only two output types of each Cobalt and Eos desk. You can choose a base model or a fully unlocked model. The base/unlocked is hardware dependent based on what the processor can support. (ie an old XP Congo Jr. may not be capable of a 6K output so it will be capped at 3K)
In reply to JasonPerry:
In reply to Pedro Alves:
Hello Pedro - sadly version 8 will not be supported on Congo hardware running the XPe operating system, which includes Congo sr and some very old Congo jr hardware. Congo jr consoles may be upgradeable to the Win7 motherboard, but we ask that you talk to technical services directly about this as they know all the details. Also, Congo jr consoles are all capable of 12 universes of output maximum. Any Congo jr able to run v8.0 that has already had an output upgrade will be expanded to the maximum output when v8.0 is installed. Congo jr consoles at 1024 outputs will stay at 1024 since that has been and remains the base level of output for those consoles.
Thanks much -