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#31 Evrim KAYA

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Posted 15 April 2013 - 02:16 PM

On a side note, I would love some circuit board porn from Cinetronic, not to fire up another discussion just because I'm a nerd and a geek!

 

i'm also up for a little circuit board erotica :)


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#32 Alan Rencher

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Posted 15 April 2013 - 02:26 PM

Chris, I helped them out at NAB. I wasn't paid except in food and drinks on the strip. I would be open to speaking highly of your company if you weren't so tactless.


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#33 chris bangma

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Posted 15 April 2013 - 02:31 PM

Chris, I helped them out at NAB. I wasn't paid except in food and drinks on the strip. I would be open to speaking highly of your company if you weren't so tactless.

Not being tactless, just calling things for what they are.  If you were misinformed about some of the things you have posted, then say so.  Come out and say some of the improvements that were made, and how it makes the product better.  This is better for everyone, it allows them to make an informed decision to buy the Paralinx, if they are shown the advantage over other products.  This is why we have demo monitors, and why we invite operators to come to our office, and try our monitor out on their rig. 


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#34 chris bangma

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Posted 15 April 2013 - 02:38 PM

On a side note, I would love some circuit board porn from Cinetronic, not to fire up another discussion just because I'm a nerd and a geek!

 

i'm also up for a little circuit board erotica :)

Here ya go...


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#35 chris bangma

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Posted 15 April 2013 - 02:39 PM

Attached this time...

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#36 Ken Nguyen

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Posted 15 April 2013 - 02:45 PM

 


we also offer features that others don't like the ability to send to four receivers at one time.


My Camwave does it too...

Ummmmm. The bolt does that

Try this one: http://www.intelix.c...em=SKYPLAY-HD-S

one transmitter to 20 receivers!


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#37 Dan Kanes

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Posted 15 April 2013 - 03:19 PM

Hi All,

 

I think this has gone waaay out of proportion.

 

We are the first company to use the Amimon Pro chipset.

 

What does that Mean?

 

Tighter Tolerances in chip manufacturing

Better Heat resistance so you can run it 24 hours a day 7 days a week

Better Signal to Noise Ratio

Higher image quality because of Better SNR/Baseband Optimization/RF optimization

Ability to Send to four Receivers while retaining Encryption (not a function of broadcast mode)

Ability to utilizes protected Dynamic Frequency Bands

Ability to utilize Automatic Frequency Selection based on intelligent environmental Analysis

More Antennas

Custom Power Management

Professional Grade custom Accessories

 

Now, As far as photographs of the inside of my product you can come buy one from me in person, then take it apart and post photos.

 

If you think a photo of a PCB will tell you anything about what is happening inside the IC's or the software that runs them then I believe you are sadly mistaken.

 

Again, I will refer to the Intel Celeron and the Intel i7.

 

They are socket compatible, They both crunch numbers, but they are wildly different.

 

If you were an alien coming to earth and were handed one of each, would you be able to tell the difference? I don't think you would by just looking at the outside packaging.

 

I don't jump in the forum and talk about how many other better, cheaper, "same" looking monitors there are when compared to your cinetronic monitors for one major reason:

 

I don't need one, and I don't need to slam it.

 

There are a million monitors that do a great job for my shoots already besides yours, and Yes, some of them are also made in the USA.

 

Next year there will be a million more, and probably a million competitors to my product at NAB.

 

Still, I think we are more alike then you reckon.

 

You can come to my shop in Burbank and try one of my systems. We have the same exact level of customer service and support that you do.

 

If you don't want to buy my product, then please don't bother slamming it. We have many satisfied customers. I'm not here to slam what you do - just to remind you that I am an American Entrepreneur just like you, I have values, I worked extremely hard to get where I am, and because there are knockoffs of my product does not mean that I am at fault for that, or that I have the money or force to fight it.

 

Rather, I choose to focus on the positive impact of what I have done for this market.

 

Do you think that IDX would have dropped the price for their systems if I hadn't come along? I am happy to make a case for just what I have done for this industry despite the presence of Haters, and people who would be so dismissive.

 

In Conclusion:

 

I don't have any need to share ANY of my knowledge or trade secrets with you.

 

Figure it out on your own.

 

By the way, I'm a bit surprised at how Angry some of the responses are here.

 

Regarding the HiSense product - show me where you can buy that product? That's a proof of concept. I was working on my project LONG before that was announced, and I don't see that for purchase anywhere.

 

Again, It took my five years to get this far, and I don't have to share ANY of my knowledge with you or anyone else. If you like my product, and you like my customers service and support, then please by my product. If not, then I am sure there are plenty of options for you out there.

 

Please get back to me next year so that I can purchase one of your Wireless HD transmitters with 1200' range Line of sight for under $10,000.

 

Peace be to you all, and one last  snide joke for you "Who makes that LSI on your PCB?"


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#38 Dan Kanes

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Posted 15 April 2013 - 03:21 PM

We do this too.

 



 "This is why we have demo monitors, and why we invite operators to come to our office, and try our monitor out on their rig. "


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#39 Jens Piotrowski SOC

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Posted 15 April 2013 - 03:42 PM

FYI: Dan, I believe you have to become a "sustaining member" to promote your products on this forum.

BTW, you called the product I referenced and I qoute: a POS Chinese knock-off, so much for not bashing other products or countries.

A lot of products these days are made in Asia, where is yours made?
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#40 Dan Kanes

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Posted 15 April 2013 - 03:53 PM

Please send me the info to become a sustaining member.

 

We proudly assemble in the USA.

 

Best,


Dan


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#41 chris bangma

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Posted 15 April 2013 - 05:04 PM

Was never a topic of trashing your product, once again you become very defensive...  Just looking for some real information about what makes your product different from what someone can buy for $200.  Finally you spell out the differences, so people are more informed.  When people see something that looks the same as yours, they need to know why they should spend the money on yours.  I dont know why it took so much to get you to write this out for people, but finally you did, and now people can understand your product a little better.  No need to get defensive about everything.


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#42 Dan Kanes

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Posted 15 April 2013 - 05:41 PM

Hyperbolism is one of my innate qualities ;)


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#43 Daniel Stilling DFF

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Posted 15 April 2013 - 11:04 PM

I really think this bullying spirit in this forum has got to stop!
If you don't like the product, don't buy it. This rampant speculation of who did what when and how is way out of proportion.
Chris, take the high road as a businessman. He's not even your competition. Why do you care if the transmitter works or not, or came first, or is different inside? It's just putting your own endeavor in a bad light.
I don't really care if the insides of this transmitter are the same or not from others. All I care is that it works as advertised, and Dans service is great!
I once had a false alarm where I couldn't get a receiver to work, but it was in fact a defective monitor. Called Paralinx, and they offered to overnight me another one immediately. That was a few minutes after I contacted them.
Not the same response from some other companies. And that, you can't put a price on.

But really, I'm tired of this childish rudeness. I find myself logging in here less and less...
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#44 JamieSilverstein

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Posted 16 April 2013 - 08:34 PM

Well said Daniel.


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#45 Adi Visser SOC SASO

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Posted 05 June 2013 - 08:42 AM

Dear Dan

 

Thanks for everything you have done so far in creating a affordable solution to transmit HD pictures. Paralinx rock! I cant wait to see the long range models !

 

Regards

 

Adi Visser

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South Africa


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