The Bundle version drop-down menu and the "old-current-new" naming convention
When installing or re-installing an Antelope Audio device you have to make sure that its firmware and Control Panel are up to date. They both are part of the device's Bundle version, which is displayed in the Antelope Launcher under the Devices tab.
If your device is up to date, the bundle version must be displayed as "current" as in the picture above. The latest Bundle version available will always be displayed on the top of the Bundle version drop-down menu.
If your Bundle version is old relative to the latest available, you will see the following:
When you expand the drop-down menu, you will see that all the Bundle versions that are newer than the currently installed are listed as "...(new)" and all the older once are listed as "...(old)".
If no Bundle version has been installed on your device, than when you expand the drop-down menu, all Bundle versions will be listed as "...(new)".
Checking the firmware and Control Panel version
Both the firmware and Control Panel have their own versions. To check them open the Bundle version drop-down menu and hover your mouse over the Bundle version of interest. On Windows the bundle contains the USB driver too. The contents of the Bundle version will be displayed like this:
The "Device Info" button
The Device Info button lets you check which components of the Bundle version you have installed. When you click on it, the components will be displayed like this:
HW - The hardware revision of your device
FW - The firmware version installed on your device
CP - The Control Panel version installed on your device
USBd (only for Windows users) - The version of the USB driver that has been installed on your computer
Checking if the installation has been successful
To check if the firmware installation has been successful, you can compare the version of the firmware that is contained in the Bundle version to the firmware that has been installed by following the process described in the video below: