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Rack mounting a Masterlink
Old 30th September 2002
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Rack mounting a Masterlink

Was wondering if anyone has rack mounted a Masterlink at an angle (not drastic) and if it would be ok.
Old 30th September 2002
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Personally I would give that a skip (no pun intended!)

But I have no tech grounds to base that on, only suspiscion..

Old 30th September 2002
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I tried to angle my Masterlink. It didn't work out because you could not load a cd properly. But to tell the truth it was quite angledtut a little less and it could work. But I think it's better not to angle it, because I'm writing red book cd with it and they shouldn't have any writing errors. (I'm also no tech head )
Jo
Old 30th September 2002
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I have one in a slanted rack, been using it for +2 years, no problems yet.

/Mats
Old 1st October 2002
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Me too.

Used it as recently as yesterday to record a live show L&R in NY.

Sometimes we pop the front of the rack up on the lip of the case so we can access the lowest units in the rack.


The ML usually travels with me, and gets plopped down where ever.

The only ML problems I have are intermittent screen blackouts....

NYC Drew
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