What is the difference between Lite and Pro Programming Board?

Lite Programming board allows you to store one preset at time with SigmaStudio connected by USB port. It’s needed to have a “link compile download” command and then press the store button to save the preset just compiled, in the preset slot selected by the amp module input interface.

Pro Programming board has been thought for the mass-production, in facts it allows you to store an entire bundle of 4 presets, obtained from a sort of “master loudspeaker”. As the Lite Programming Board, the Pro type allows you to store one preset at a time in the DSP of the loudspeaker that we’ll consider as the “master”; always using the PC to have a “link compile download” command by SigmaStudio. In addition than the capabilities in common with Lite Programming Board, the Pro type allows you to store inside its EEPROM memory, all 4 presets just stored in the “master” loudspeaker, in order to save this complete bundle in each loudspeaker that we want to initialize. This task is possible without any PC connection and supply (the amp module takes care to power the Pro Programming Board).