Using M-Waves cards for FOH/monitor split?

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    Nik@UPG
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    Hey everyone!

    I currently have a GLD-80 & AR2412, but I’m wanting to add a monitor console to my setup. I know it can be done with the Dante, Ethersound or ACE cards, however I also want to start using Waves multirack as well.

    I believe the M-Waves card has 3 Ethernet ports, 1 to connect to a computer, and 2 for connection to soundgrid servers. I am wondering if I could, instead of a second soundgrid server, use a port to connect to another M-Waves card. This would, in the end, allow me to have separate FOH and monitor consoles, plus a soundgrid server and multirack at each console.

    If anyone can see a problem here, or know if this will or won’t work, please chime in.

    Thanks in advance for any information! [:D]

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    ahjeff
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    Hi Nik

    The current M-Waves card is not capable of transporting Audio Clock over the network, so you can’t really do this.

    – Jeff, A&H

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