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Which "NEW" Programmign Cable - Pro96

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pratzert

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Sorry... I know I'm behind the times on this...

But can anyone please tell me what the RS catalog number is for the "Newest" programing cable for the Pro96 ?

I believe it is a USB cable now instead of the orlder Serial Port cable.

Thanks for your help.

Tim
 

pratzert

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Thanks for the info....

I think I'll pick it up at a RS because the shipping from GRE is WAY high !

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VintageJon

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I have the GRE, The Shipping is the shipping, you bought gas or jet fuel lately?
I like GRE because when you buy from them you are getting it from the source.

EXCELLENT result with above cable and RR Database here on Pro96. "You pays yer money and you makes your choice."

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Jon
 

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Well, I'm running Pro 2000 and have not had any problems. It's completely tranparent after you get the USB port enabled. Recall early problem with port # but it was easily cleared up.
(From recall, which is not what it used to be, Pro 2000 is NT based.... WINDOWS? I know from curtains but not windows...)

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