jands hog 1000 or zero 88 leap frog....

John McLeod

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These any good for a small production company. ..or stay away..
We have a dozen moving heads and a dozen wash...
Working at the laptop but still love my boards...
Just curious if anyone has any experience. ..
I can get my hands on either local..ish
Not sure whats a good deal either
 
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I spent some time on a Hog 500, was a huge pain in the ass. You'll need a PC with a floppy drive to do any fixture profiles.

I'd rather see a PC with a small wing personally. Chamsys with a Mini wing is an affordable option.
 

ERIC MORATA

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Hello,
I come to you for information about the JANDS HOG 1000 lighting console that I saw on your website.
You are great professionals and you will certainly be able to inform me.
I just inherited this console in perfect condition but don't know how to make it work because I'm a sound technician and not a lighting designer.
It is an old light console but according to the information I could find on the web, it was a reference, and I also saw that it is still used and rented by many service providers for theaters and concerts despite his great age! It's incredible !
Could you tell me under which windows version it works?
I saw that there is a floppy disk drive but did not find in my uncle's estate the floppy disk which should allow it to be initialized... tell me more!
Thanks a lot for your help!
Best regards
Eric MORATA
Music Partners Organization France.