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  • #92194
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    Dean
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    Can the the QU24 have individual inputs routed directly to an output bypassing the normal routing? I want to use an aviom 16 channel monitoring system. If so can the direct out be tapped from different points on the input channel like an SQ? Thanks

    #92217
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    SteffenR
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    no

    how do you get the channels in the Aviom?

    have a look…
    http://support.allen-heath.com/Knowledgebase/Article/View/1020

    #92220
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    Mike C
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    Well after reading that support link it looks like a few models
    of the Aviom are compatible with A&H.

    That being the case you would use the monitor output patching in
    the IO set up menu.

    After a little digging it looks like at least with the GLD you needed to
    use the MMO option card to get connectivity to an Aviom system.

    Not sure you could plug an Avion into the D Snake port and have it work.

    #92229
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    Dean
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    Thanks for the responses. I was thinking that it wouldn’t work digitally great as that would be. I’m thinking of routing the analog outs to an Aviom device as direct outs from individual channels. I have an SQ5 and know that it can be done there. It wasn’t clear to me after reading the QU manual this it could be done on a QU.

    #92233
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    Mike C
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    What Aviom input interface do you have?

    Here’s an idea/experiment…

    If you don’t already have one pick up a used USB multitrack IO unit, connect that
    to the USB B connection and see if that would work giving you analog outs to feed the
    Aviom.
    If I had one I would give it a try for you.

    The routing for the USB out is in the IO set up menu under the USB tab.

    #92279
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    Dean
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    That is an interesting idea, using a usb mixer. The Aviom unit is the AN16i. I’ve thought about a mic splitter before the mixer but would like to be able to send processed signal to the Aviom though that wouldn’t be absolutely necessary. The aux outs wouldn’t be needed for anything else so if the QU routing is flexible enough I could make use them.

    So my question still is can the QU inputs be routed to individual outputs directly?

    #92282
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    SteffenR
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    same answer as above

    NO

    #92283
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    volounteer
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    @dean

    Listen to @SteffenR

    that direct routing can NOT be done. At least not in Qu.
    I do think some of the bigger fancier devices can do it.

    #92285
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    Dean
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    OK, Thanks Steffen and Volounteer. That helps a lot.

    #92290
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    Mike C
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    You could not use a mic splitter with the AN16i, that unit is line level input only.
    If you wanted to do a mic split feed to the Aviom you would need the AN16i-M input unit.
    Good news is they sell cheap these days on Ebay and they have a mic splitter built in.

    Short of using / trying a USB multi channel audio IO there is no way on a QU to directly route input channels to analog outputs.

    What you could do is build up some sub mixes of channels send them to the mix outs and then take those sub mixes into the Aviom.
    Maybe something like that could be a work around for the time being.
    Remember you can switch the two groups to operate as additional mixes.

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