Delay on iem

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  • #54998
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    Davo
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    Ok, so i have looked and looked and I can’t see it.
    using either the listen wedge or the IEM, how does one put a delay to bring it in line with what is happing in the room.
    Running a PA from 30 metres, obviously there is going to be a delay in the IEM or wedge channel.
    but as you select the indicated channel, there is no overview or section to insert a delay.
    a must need. if anyone knows how to do this simple thing, please advise

    #55000
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    DavidCo
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    surface > audio > pafl

    DC

    #55023
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    DavidCo
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    Davo,

    Did you find this okay?

    DC

    #55037
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    dr_steve
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    I don’t know about Davo, but I found it! I’m glad this question was asked, I hadn’t thought about time aligning our headphones. Brilliant!

    Thanks,

    Stephen

    #55047
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    Davo
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    Hi DC.I found it perfectly and yes I had done the too hard look and glossed right past it.
    time aligning ears or wedges.

    coming from venue and midas, it is just a little different to locate.
    but this has the good.
    I find the update section on scene management and recall filters and global safes to be very advanced.

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