Dlive AES over Tie Lines

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  • #85830
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    SWu
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    Hello everybody,
    just a quick question about the dlive (c3500): is it possible to root the consoles AES-IN via tie lines to mixrack (analog) outputs directly? So that there is no further processing and i get the analog signal out of my mixrack directly?
    thanks for your help!

    #85832
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    RS
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    Sure you can.
    You could use Director to test stuff like this, if you can’t get hand on a console…

    #85833
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    SWu
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    Thanks a lot for your answer! I know about the director, but i wasn’t sure about the format. So it sends out the anolog signal on my mixracks outs, when i directly tie-line the consoles AES-IN to them?

    #85838
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    RS
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    How can a analog output send anything else than analog? Maybe I don’t get your question….

    #85846
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    Steffen R
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    the tie lines are post A/D at the input and pre D/A at the output
    if you have digital end points there should be no conversation needed

    the only thing to keep in mind is there is a sample rate conversion if needed

    #86377
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    Wolfgang
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    i haven’t tried it, but i’m sceptical if you can get an AES signal to analog so easily. it would be nice if it were that simple.
    have you tried this before?

    #86432
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    Steffen R
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    it is that simple…

    #86468
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    Jay
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    As Steffen said “it is that simple”, but even more capable.

    Inside dLive you have an (approx) 800 in x 800 out non-blocking switching matrix (S Class) that you can go from any Analog/DX/Slot to any Analog/DX/Slot/ME on MR or Surface. There may be an upper limit on concurrent connections (not published), but there isn’t a known restriction on what-can-be-connected-to-what.

    If you look at all the slot options and DX options, the routing (and SRC) capabilities rock.
    Analog. AES. Dante. Waves. MADI. Map between any of them as you wish.

    #86509
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    Mr-B
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    Stefan is quite correct it is that simple, it is about the most flexible mixing system that I am aware of. You just select the require input source and then the destination and hit apply.😎

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