Is Avantis 96k possible while the I/O card is still 48k?

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  • #107716
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    Tatsuya Nakamura
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    Hello.

    Is it possible to run an I/O card Dante or MADI card at 48kHz and communicate with Dante or MADI devices at 48kHz when Avantis is at 96kHz?

    I am using RME MADIFACE PRO and DigiFaceDante.
    The reason I don’t run the I/O at 96k is because I don’t want to reduce the number of available CHs.

    #107721
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    Jay
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    The console always runs at 96k internally, and cards that support it do SRC. Both Dante and MADI will do SRC.

    Note that once a card is set for 48 or 96 you can’t mix-and-match. This can become an issue on Dante because not all devices support 96k.

    Jay

    #107742
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    ahjeff
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    Just an extra note that the superMADI card does allow mixed sample rates; each link pair (1-2, 3-4, etc) has individually selectable mode (48 kHz, 96 kHz SMux, 96 kHz HiSpeed).
    – Jeff, A&H

    #107747
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    Tatsuya Nakamura
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    Thank you!

    It looks like I can keep the console at 96 kHz and use I/O at 48 kHz.
    The MIDI setup seems to need some attention, but I am relieved to hear that it will not be a problem when used properly.

    #107763
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    SteffenR
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    Actually, you can’t change the internal sampling rate. It’s always 96kHz.

    #108375
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    Chris
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    I have a dante card that only supports 48k installed in my dlive system and it works without having to change any configs. Maybe avantis works the same?

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