I think this is not correct, the SC6000 are taller than the sc5000 as far as I have seen from the videos and images. Just compare its size to the mixer, I conclude that the sc6000 are taller than the sc5000. This is just my opinion, I haven’t verified this information.
Its not ment in any harmfull way, but probably some customers read it and buy, and then comes home, unpacking, and discovers that its not possible. (unless ofcourse it will be at the time you start selling these units.
You guys are definitely a hardware company, AMAZING products and ideas. I do think it’s important to gain your dominance to hire a couple great software programmers and first lock down the basics like tempo and key detection then innovate your software like your hardware and give everyone ZERO reason to doubt your product line.
I can see a few changes on the 6000’s, but I cannot see anything significant on the X1800 though, apart from locking power connector and a few more effects. I know that out of all the kit, the mixer is the hardest to make good advances on, but I have to admit to being a bit disappointed in the X1850 - am considering dumping my SC5000’s and investing in SC6000’s, but there’s no way I am looking at the X1850 as a replacement for my X1800. That prize still sits with the Rane MP2015.
As these units can take an internal drive, do they have the capability of copying files from flash drive/SD card onto the HDD, for keeping the song library up to date (as also requested for the Prime 4)?
Because they’re marketed as standalone units, it seems counter intuitive to have to connect a USB cable, connect a computer, run Engine Prime (hope it doesn’t crash), import music to computer, copy music from computer to hardware - even to add just one track.
Ouch! Your bar must have very slow bar staff . But I feel the same as you. Local usb copying should never be made possible.
Thinking of the silly standalone (NON-) argument again. Since the primes all got Tidal and more streams to follow, they became EVEN MORE standalone than ever, so was was never a sensible argument in the first place, just got even more kindergarten