Originally Posted by captaincondor /forum/post/18070288
I am curious to hear reviews from installers and customers who have had this system installed or installed it to see how it turned out
Originally Posted by spinsic /forum/post/18096041
I've written two prodigy systems to date. All in all, I really like the product line.
Originally Posted by Dahwoo /forum/post/18098908
How do you like it in comparison to the Adagio line?
On another Note... I'm wondering how this line and the Adagio line are both going to stay in production. One would think that crestron wouldn't need adagio anymore seeing as the prodigy could be the new entry level crestron system sought out by people. I guess I just dont see dealers selling all 3 lines but maybe I'm just a dumb programmer!
Originally Posted by spinsic /forum/post/18113206
I like it better from a programming standpoint. No fixed front panel interface symbol, like adagio. I program prodigy the same as any "standard" 2-series processor. No special treatment needed.
If it weren't for the prodigy hardware limitations, I'd agree with you. It would certainly seem somwhat redundant to carry 2 entry level systems, but both systems really have a place in the market. Adagio is several times more expensive, and can do things that prodigy just plain can't- again, mainly due to hardware limitations. Adagio is several times less expensive than pad8s and 16x60s. good, better, best...
Originally Posted by da_pirate /forum/post/18120104
Dealers got tired of products that required specialist to set up and program, so they introduced adagio (in my opinion one of the main reasons Adagio was introduced - hence Out of the box Functionality & Adagio Composer - 2 phrases Independent Programmers don't like to hear, but it's reality).