[Tig] Crosspoint Switcher for Steel Yard

Nichols Craig Craig.Nichols at thomson.net
Thu Aug 23 19:08:39 BST 2007

I've heard they make great habitats to construct an artifical reef. ”;^)
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------Original Message------
From: Robert Houllahan
To: tig at tig.colorist.org
Sent: Aug 23, 2007 10:38 AM
Subject: [Tig] Crosspoint Switcher for Steel Yard

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thanks to Rick Schweikert/Frame Set and Match 

Hi Tig,

Not to fail to have a old time stumper I'm here again,,,, A friend of  
mine picked up a Crosspoint Latch SEG 6119 to use at the Steel Yard  
in Providence (www.thesteelyard.org) for Thirsty Theatre (throwing  
things at the screen while drunk is appreciated and even encouraged)  
Of course this beast came with no power supply cord or manual (it did  
come with the power supply) and I have it at Cinelab and I am going  
to try to get it running anybody know anything about this switcher??


Robert Houllahan
lunarfilms at mindspring.com
VP Cinelab Inc.

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Craig Nichols
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