"SQ-PAC"

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  • #107114
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    Why is there no rack mount options for SQ like the QU-PAC? I would buy that now if it was available. For me the one thing missing on the QU-PAC is a slot for option cards.

    #107115
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    It’s been discussed many times on the forum. I agree that a rack style SQ unit would be a welcome addition to the A&H lineup of consoles.

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    #107139
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    Kingrazor
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    All I want is a device with a 16×16 USB interface and either an SLink or GigaAce interface. Or even better, an option card slot that can accept SQ option cards. For less than the cost of an SQ-5. I don’t even need any analog I/O.

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    Very good with SQ-PAC.

    It is a 96kHz operation after all.
    CDM and DM series do not have 32ch USB-I/O. But SQ has it.
    SQ can also share I/O with DanteCard at 96kHz.

    #107773
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    I’ll also chime in with a request for an ‘SQ-PAC’.

    My need is for a road in-ear monitoring rack system. The Behringer X32 rack unit is eating everyone’s lunch in this market space, but you need their stage box too if you want to have stereo signals for more that 3 performers. The QU-PAC only has 3 stereo aux busses, which takes it out of contention for a pro, stereo IEM road system for full bands. So a SQ Rack with its native 12 outputs makes a simple but powerful solution with the added benefits of the SQ line including, as mentioned, various IO interface cards to send splits to FOH without using copper multicore. A product like a SQ-PAC would easily win in the pro IEM road system market.

    I am hoping an SQ-PAC is in the works!

    #107774
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    but you need their stage box too if you want to have stereo signals for more that 3 performers.

    Why? The X32 Rack comes with 14 outputs, that means up to 7 stereo Mixes are possible.

    #107775
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    My need is for a road in-ear monitoring rack system. The Behringer X32 rack unit is eating everyone’s lunch in this market space, but you need their stage box too if you want to have stereo signals for more that 3 performers. The QU-PAC only has 3 stereo aux busses, which takes it out of contention for a pro, stereo IEM road system for full bands. So a SQ Rack with its native 12 outputs makes a simple but powerful solution with the added benefits of the SQ line including, as mentioned, various IO interface cards to send splits to FOH without using copper multicore. A product like a SQ-PAC would easily win in the pro IEM road system market.

    How many stereo IEM mixes do you need?

    With a QU Pac you could get five stereo mixes.
    The L R out could be a mix and on the QU series the groups can be switched to become a stereo aux/mix. To get the additional aux/mix out you can assign it to the ALT OUT.

    Actually you could get six stereo mix outs if you could use the AES output.

    With a stage box you could get eight stereo mixes and additional input channels as well.

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