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Mayhemsound
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I've recently purchased and set up a maxpro3000 with a Se 2000 encoder. I'm still testing but early results are very impressive with great clarity and reasonable range even at low power.

I'm keen to patch a PC to the system so I can monitor all parameters via the studio PC instead of grovelling around in the rack.
I see the pins on the lcd display board for doing this but have no idea where to start. usb or Rs 232?

can I connect USB direct to these pins?

Does pcs manufacture a patch lead to do this?
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http://www.pcs-electronics.com/max-pro-3000-p-1317.html

USB IO board+

Connect this to your LCD display and you'll have PC remote control.

You can't connect LCD to RS232 or USB directly with just some wires, interface is needed (IC + some resistors and capacitors + connectors)

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