EAS Admin Full Version
- Channel routing in the Input module on supported amplifiers.
- In addition to DSP configuration reset and storing your changes, you can now revert to your last saved settings by holding in the Restore (on up-to-date firmware).
- Hardware Status now also checks if there is signal on speaker outputs. This will also display in the Dashboard.
- The EAS-CP-MX4 input mixer and control panel now supports the disabling and volume locking of inputs.
- Disable inputs they are not to be used, and the physical label on the control panel front reflects this. This will turn off all LED indicators and prohibit any and all interaction with the input as if it wasn’t there.
- Use Volume Lock if you want to prevent control panels from adjusting input volumes. As long as an input is locked, volume changes on that specific input can only be done using EAS Admin.
- All numeric values can now be typed in manually instead of using the mouse on the rotary control. The values you enter will be corrected/rounded to the closest possible valid/supported number.
- Click the value to enter manual input mode.
- Click outside the value to apply the new value.
- Optionally, press the Esc key to cancel.
- Auto-detection of the EAS-adapter dongle has been improved.
- Chromium web engine version has been updated.
- Additional minor bug fixes and performance enhancements.
- Support for EAS-CP-MX4
- Rework of the group allocation function.
- Fixed a bug where EAS Admin would crash when communicating with an FX Panel that sent corrupt data.
EAS Admin Dashboard Version
USB interface drivers
In most cases modern Windows systems will recognize our hardware automatically, but in the rare event that there’s no COM port to select when trying to connect to an EAS system, try installing this driver:
Unzip everything to a folder and run the file CP210xVCPInstaller_x64.exe. Only if you’re using a really old version of Windows should you run the x86 version instead.
You can also try installing this universal driver manually: