Boss GP-10 F.A.Q.
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Quote The Group'sprofessional audio contract manufacturing businessand Celestion branded professional speaker driverbusiness were significantly set back by the ban on liveperformances during the lockdown periods in most keymarkets. The contract manufacturing business reporteda year-on-year 40.3% decline in revenue and Celestionreported a 26.6% year-on-year sales drop, despiteenjoying strong growth in guitar speaker drivers soldthrough web-based customers.
QuoteFrankHarv said:I know Fender wanted the "Low Energy Bluetooth" for battery life on the mobile device, but they somehow stepped into a world where compatibility is biting them (and us) in the butt. They should have just gone with standard usual pairing Bluetooth, which is universal and workable.If Fender is listening on this thread, I also wish there was a PC interface capability for storing your presets locally, having your backups local etc.
QuoteBluetooth® Low Energy (LE)The Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) radio is designed for very low power operation. Transmitting data over 40 channels in the 2.4GHz unlicensed ISM frequency band, the Bluetooth LE radio provides developers a tremendous amount of flexibility to build products that meet the unique connectivity requirements of their market. Bluetooth LE supports multiple communication topologies, expanding from point-to-point to broadcast and, most recently, mesh, enabling Bluetooth technology to support the creation of reliable, large-scale device networks. While initially known for its device communications capabilities, Bluetooth LE is now also widely used as a device positioning technology to address the increasing demand for high accuracy indoor location services. Initially supporting simple presence and proximity capabilities, Bluetooth LE now supports Bluetooth® Direction Finding and soon, high-accuracy distance measurement.