posted May 20, 2007 09:41 PM
what exactly is a p.com? is it the one with LED meters instead of the VU? is the xenon version also P.com? what was the last year they were made, and how can you verify if a certain one a late model?
From: Stockholm, Sweden
Registered: Jan 2007
posted May 24, 2007 01:52 PM
You can easily find all the answers you need by using the search function on the forum. In brief, the Pcom was the last version of the GS1200, basically a version 3 machine but with a computer-base added beneath, improved amplifier and LED volume meters. There are no Xenon Pcoms.
posted May 24, 2007 04:00 PM
Just want to add that there's a possible confusion about Xenon machines as one of the later versions was called Xenon-P, made for projection only and gutted of all recording facilities.
From: Avellino (Italy)
Registered: Dec 2003
posted May 25, 2007 02:36 AM
"P COM" is for Personal COMputer. The P COM was the latest version of the GS1200. It has a console bottom his boby. Inside there is a Motorola processor that drives the recording. To program the start and the end of the record is possible and there are four memory units. The machine has a lot of new features. There is a "like Dolby" noise filter and LED meters. The "standard" recording section has an automatic "fade in-fade out" key (like that one in the GS800). I'm selling a standard GS with LED meters and the fade in-out key. It's NOT a P COM.