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Topic: Lost ns7ll
hipfanPRO InfinityMember since 2010
So air canada lost my ns7Il.Im borrowing a friends pioneer sr2 can i just plug that in and go or do i need to download drivers for it.

Posted Tue 08 Oct 19 @ 1:36 pm

Posted Tue 08 Oct 19 @ 1:45 pm
hipfanPRO InfinityMember since 2010
Roger that....thank for the info

Posted Tue 08 Oct 19 @ 2:16 pm
TearEmUpPRO InfinitySenior ModeratorMember since 2006
hipfan wrote :
So air canada lost my ns7Il.Im borrowing a friends pioneer sr2 can i just plug that in and go or do i need to download drivers for it.


Ain't that a bitch? I had the TSA drop my laptop on my way to California to do a wedding. That was five years ago. According to the TSA's website, you can file a claim and, they can take six years to review it.


Posted Tue 08 Oct 19 @ 6:01 pm
hipfanPRO InfinityMember since 2010
Yup already lost last weekend over this.Going to put a claim in for that. But nothin can be done until luggage is missing for 21 days .UNREAL.Somebody in Turkey is rockin out.

Posted Tue 08 Oct 19 @ 8:40 pm
I'm sorry man, that sucks! Hope you get a resolution soon.

Posted Thu 10 Oct 19 @ 2:59 am
So... they lost one of the biggest and heaviest controllers known to man
impressive...

Posted Thu 10 Oct 19 @ 1:29 pm
hipfanPRO InfinityMember since 2010
Yup ....they had lost my other bag which was my carry on but made me check it .Which had 8 xlr cables 4 xlr to 1/4 inch and my computer, but they were able to locate that.

Posted Thu 10 Oct 19 @ 3:10 pm
PhilWPRO InfinityMember since 2011
They checked a computer? Did you have to remove the battery (which is increasingly hard to do nowadays).

Posted Thu 10 Oct 19 @ 4:15 pm
klausmogensen wrote :
So... they lost one of the biggest and heaviest controllers known to man
impressive...


I know right!. It also I presume was in it's case, so there's no way you could miss that thing......unless of course whoever was loading the plane couldn't lift it and thought f##k that and just left it on the tarmac where it now acts as a plane wheel brake (can't remember what it's actually called)

*Pointless Mod edit*Chocks, as in; "Chocks away!"

Posted Fri 11 Oct 19 @ 1:00 pm
hipfanPRO InfinityMember since 2010
Bahhhh good point.Nope didnt make me take out the battery. Checked it cause the flight was full there was no room in the overhead.

Posted Fri 11 Oct 19 @ 2:01 pm