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KN7000 Panel Memory storage
thomashaydu
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Posted on 10-10-2008 04:45
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Hello, I am glad to have found this site...incredible!! I am a new owner of a used KN7000 that I had recently bought site unseen, and had it shipped to me here in Costa Rica. I am impressed with this machine and have owned a KN3000 and a KN 5000. I stored new panel memory settings(like my KN 5000 would keep them indefinetely) and realize they are kept for less than a week. Then I put them all into the Custom Panel, thinking this will keep them...no go. I am at a loss...mostly due to ingnorance I guess with this machine. Is there a simple process I am missing..or do I need to use the SD card?? Help? I am anxious to use this keyboard, but keep losing all my settings.. Thanks, Capt.Tom
 
RMepstead
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Posted on 10-10-2008 10:35
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You got it in the end there Tom - use your SD Card to save and store your settings. It's a fairly straightforward operation once you have pushed the SD load yellow button.
Best wishes and lots of enjoyable playing...
Rog
 
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thomashaydu
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Posted on 11-10-2008 03:54
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Hello Rog, Thanks so much for the fast reply. I will get on it this wekend and see if I can figure it out. Thanks Again, Capt.Tom.
 
thomashaydu
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Posted on 19-10-2008 16:23
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Hello All, Thanks again Rog for your help. Now I have to admit I am still lost trying to get my panel memory settings permanently into the SD card system. One question is will I be able to access files and have them in the panel memory for easy access while playing? Sorry, but after I put in the SD card and hit the SD load button, I was stumped. If someone has time to walk me through this process.
I also have a base speaker rattle...is this replacement speaker available, and does it have to be done by a certified technician? Thanks, Tom
 
RMepstead
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Posted on 19-10-2008 18:35
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Aah Tom - it really would be easier for me to come to Potrero Beach in Costa Rica and take you through everything...
Rog
Edited by RMepstead on 19-10-2008 18:37
 
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thomashaydu
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Posted on 19-10-2008 18:41
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Not a problem Rog.....great beer....I run my sportfishing boat and great beaches in my backyard......Rainy season now...starting late Nov and early Dec is a good time to come down...Tom
 
RMepstead
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Posted on 20-10-2008 11:59
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Aaah would that I could but it's a long way from Wiltshire in England...Perhaps I could do some shows whilst I was over to cover me costs, eh...
Seriously though I'll sit down and write you a short explanation on how to use your keyboard to best effect...
Rog
 
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thomashaydu
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Posted on 21-10-2008 03:41
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Hello Rog, Thanks for the help. You actually could get a few gigs here in the jungle. Artists visiting here are always headlined in the local bars and restaurants. Concert nights abound here. Donnie Walsh from Downchild Blues Band comes down every year for a few months and they headline many clubs in the area. Great entertainment for us locals here. Tom
 
RMepstead
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Posted on 23-10-2008 17:21
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OK - here we go...
When you press the big yellow SD Load button the screen changes and you are offered 9 options including 'load' and 'save'...
In this instance you wish to save so you press the button immediately to the right of the word 'save' on the screen. Again the screen changes and you are offered 2 options to do with format...choose 'Technics' format'.
You now discover that the screen shows you that there loads of folders (99) available for you to save in and loads of 'song' spaces within each of those folders (20 spaces in each). Each of these song spaces is a potential recepticle for your current panel memories set-up.
You should now name both the selected folder (bottom right 'folder rename'Wink and then the 'song' (second top on the right hand side).
When you then press the top right hand button by the word 'Save' on your screen all your current panel memory settings are saved to the SD Card for recall (load) any time from that folder and that song space.
Hope this helps.
Rog
 
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balda
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Posted on 23-10-2008 21:08
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thomashaydu wrote:
Hello, I am glad to have found this site...incredible!! I am a new owner of a used KN7000 that I had recently bought site unseen, and had it shipped to me here in Costa Rica. I am impressed with this machine and have owned a KN3000 and a KN 5000. I stored new panel memory settings(like my KN 5000 would keep them indefinetely) and realize they are kept for less than a week. Then I put them all into the Custom Panel, thinking this will keep them...no go. I am at a loss...mostly due to ingnorance I guess with this machine. Is there a simple process I am missing..or do I need to use the SD card?? Help? I am anxious to use this keyboard, but keep losing all my settings.. Thanks, Capt.Tom
 
ThanhLoan7515
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Posted on 03-09-2016 22:21
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Hi,
I was accepted as a new member 2hrs ago....Thanks Ken.
I'd like to know if there is a way to have more than 1998 songs (99 folders x 20 songs each) on the SD card or on a floppy.
BTW, I replaced the floppy drive with one of the Gotek USB-to-Floppy emulator.

Thanks
 
RMepstead
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Posted on 07-09-2016 19:33
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Hi there. 1998 settings for songs is the maximum that the Technics SD Card filing system will allow. The solution is to purchase multiple SD Cards.
 
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