Question about AR2412 Stagebox and QU 16

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  • #94525
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    Frank
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    Hi there, does anybody know the solution of my following question about implementing an AR2412 stagebox:

    I have stored all band parameters: Gain, Link, Phase, +48V, Gate, PEQ, Comp, Sends, FX for every channel into a scene…

    Now I want to change from direct XLR inputs and outputs (mixes) of the QU 16 to AR2412 XLR inputs and outputs. Which parameters stay the same and which parameters I have to create knew for the dSnake routing in and out? Do I have only to set again the gain? Or is it the complete signalchain to set new? Or which parameters stay the same in the channel-chain? My thought would be, that I only have to adjust the gain, because this is another preamplifier. Is this correct?

    And could I use paste an copy for separate paramters or the complete channelstring to have the same parameters in the QU-XLR Inputs, if I would have to do it complete new?

    Thanks for your answers!

    #94526
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    only gain and phantom power status including the pad, what is not available with internal preamp will differ from the scene

    #94529
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    O.k.. Tanks! So it is easy to change. Must only remember gain amount and phantom power and bring it at the same level…
    What is the meaning of the “Pad” function?

    #94531
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    pad applies -20dB to avoid clipping with loud signals
    the QU has no pad but it’s gain ranges from -6 to 60dB (not sure on that)
    the stageboxes have a different preamp design with a pad switch

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