Linking two SQ7's to two DX168's

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    Time stamp 27:11 they show linking two SQ’s to three DX168’s with the DX Hub and what appears to be a GigaACE card.

    I need to link two SQ7’s to two DX168’s. So the question is, do I need two GigaACE cards, one for each console? And do I need the DX Hub since I’m only using two DX168’s or can I just cascade them?

    Thanks for any help, I’ve got to get this bid in by mid week and need to have a parts list.

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    No. The video is practically “old news”. You can only connect the DX168s to ONE SQ, but you can connect the other SQ to the first one with the DXs. In the easiest case the first SQ (with the DXs attached) needs the upcoming SLink card, which is the same as the already built-in SLink port, so you have two of them. You connect the second SQs built-in SLink port to the cards SLink port in the first SQ. From the first SQ you can now route all channels to the cards SLink port, so the second SQ receives them. It might sound hard, but it isn’t.

    #72722

    Huge thanks for the info, that’s exactly what I needed to know.

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    Sounds like you need to purchase a SLink card for one of the consoles, right?

    #72834
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    But the DX Hub can link consoles and stage boxes can’t it?

    #72864
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    DX hub will connect up to eight DX168 to an SQ or dLive.

    #72865
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    To ONE SQ or dLive, that is.

    #72866
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    Sure. For either you need a card to connect another desk- gigaAce or SLink.

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