First of all, I must say I love these zoom units. They're very intuitive and their models are way better than Boss for instance at a very affordable price.NucleusX wrote:The intent and subject of this thread in particular, was aimed squarely at the Zoom G5n and its recent release.
Specific topics and issues outside this discussion should be posted elsewhere, or in a new thread perhaps.
To me is very important to discuss about the old units here. There's no way Zoom is making me buy anything else from them if they don't solve the noise problem in my actual units. I don't see a reason (other than marketing) not to do so.
I've written many detailed reports to zoom, using spectrum analysis to show the noise on my G5, MS100BT and my A3
No answer other than "the information was passed to the tech support".....and that was over a year already. I'm still waiting for new firmwares. Hell I even talked personally with one of Zoom's marketing managers (Mr Hirokazu Iida) at MusikMesse as I was working there for ImageLine.
Is clear they don't wanna fix these units and focus their efforts on the G5n.
Well....don't tell me I didn't warn you when you find a flaw in your G5n, zoom does nothing about it and later on they wanna make you buy their new "flagship"...ok?
If zoom fixes these problems I swear I'm gonna make a good youtube video praising them....right now I'm prone to do a video that says "don't buy any zoom gear until they solve their issues" how about that?