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  • #101024
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    volounteer
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    Just saw this ‘mixer’ noted in live sound mag.
    What it does do that was noted is aamazing.
    Not sure if I understand the rest it does do might be. EG use cases better defined would help sell this item better.

    Looked at the docs but do not see connector specs.
    Most I recognize but at least one is a mystery.

    Can someone help identify the exact connectors used for all the I/O in this device.
    Thanks

    #101052
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    Wolfgang
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    The best thing to do is to download the manual.

    But very briefly explained:
    There are 12 analogue mic/line inputs on Phoenix and 12 analogue outputs on Phoenix.

    Then there is an S-Link socket that allows you to connect A&H expanders or A&H mixers.

    A slot in which you can insert various cards, e.g. a Dante card.

    A network port for programming

    A GPIO port for connecting external control voltages or for controlling external circuits.

    A connection for the internal power supply
    A connection for an external power supply unit

    #101054
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    volounteer
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    Thanks

    I got all the documenatation and related info that was available.
    Did not see where they specified the connectors used.
    Some I recognize but there was one that is still a mystery to me.

    #101056
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    Mike C
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    It’s an install piece that can be interface to many control platforms and or be used
    with dedicated A&H remote units and control apps.

    The connectors are all phoenix, RJ45 and depending on the option card locking ethercon connectors.
    All very standard connectors these days.

    Your QU32 has an Ethercon on the back of it.
    You can also connect a standard RJ45 to an Ethercon.

    #101058
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    I got all the documenatation and related info that was available.
    Did not see where they specified the connectors used.

    getting started guide

    page 4, under packed items
    and on page 8

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