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FLEX-6400/6600 + Maestro 2 = HDMI Interface?

Joe Stone
Joe Stone Member
edited February 2020 in Maestro
Are there plans for a 1920x1200 Maestro 2?

Is there any reason why the FLEX-6400/6600 (non-M version) couldn't offer 1920x1200 WUXGA via an HDMI interface in conjunction with a Maestro 2 ... essentially a FLEX-6400M/6600M with a detachable display? I'm not sure I understand the motivation for the "M" models.  Why wouldn't you want the display to be detachable?  The only thing you seem to lose with the FLEX-6400/6600 + Maestro 2 combination is the HDMI interface.  Can't that shortcoming be addressed?



  • Rick N4RZ
    Rick N4RZ Member ✭✭✭
    edited February 2020
    Good Question!   But, I'd rather have them leave the HDMI interface on the Maestro 2 for when I'm in the station to use on a bigger display.   I like the 6600M over the 6600 mainly due to the HDMI interface.  But, if I could trade up to this hypothetical Maestro 2 and the 6600 from my current Maestro and 6500 it would be great and a lot more economical than purchasing a 6600M and still needing the Maestro for when I'm not operating from in the shack.
  • km9r.mike
    km9r.mike Member ✭✭
    edited May 2017
    Maestro II w/ hdmi out and same display size as 6600m would be sweet.
  • Tim - W4TME
    Tim - W4TME Administrator, FlexRadio Employee admin
    edited May 2017
    Joe - These types of questions cannot receive an answer from FlexRadio.  We are not allowed to discuss or speculate on future features or products before their release is imminent.


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