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Old October 7th, 2008   #4
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DMX took a number of years to 'take off.' DMX was released in 1986 with a small tweak in 1990. It wasn't until around '93-94 that you really started seeing it take off and moving lights starting to adopt it widely.

I've always said that major consoles will be some of the last products in the chain to add RDM support as that takes the most work to implement properly and console feature request lists are a mile long. It won't be until there is a critical mass of customers requesting RDM in the consoles until that bubbles to the top of the request list.

ACN has been officially released for a couple years now. It released shortly after RDM did. I have not seen a wide interest in it yet among manufacturers.
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