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  • #93532
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    Thanks Keith. I was pretty sure I had seen that option. I’ll let customer know. FTR. I don’t think there is anything in the manual about that unless I missed it.

    #93528
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    Ok. Was sure it was a preference but can locate it.

    #87155
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    Submixer? You have a 64 input mixer in your hands. This mixer not targeted to general purpose usage like churches etc. more live concert.

    #87106
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    XYZ

    Hah. Really dumb ppl out there.

    This was such an easy thing to do and it was blown.

    #87103
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    TJComish.

    I’m ok with 12xlr if they additional ST 1-3 had been included. Otherwise as you say. It adds significant costs to solve the problem that should have been included.

    #87056
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    I’ll take a plug in card with needed local connectors. As on SQ.

    #87048
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    That just runs up the expense. I use antenna systems and master antennas anyway. More versatile I/O should have been standard. Opens up larger market uses.

    #87039
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    Totally missing my point. Eats up the XLR inputs needed for RF mics local. 3.5 to XLR technically not correct. I haven’t tried turning on 48v with pin 2 and 3 hitting the LR of the sending device. Plus not proper match. Those 12 inputs should have been left solely as microphone inputs.

    #87031
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    Well technically not a proper interface method but if it works then so be it.
    My vote. AH develop a card with 3.5mm and 2×1/4″ stereo ins. Associated circuitry. That would solve it

    #87029
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    Thanks. As of now I’m not promoting the Avantis for my market. I’m not sure that was their intent. More like iLive and dLive. GLD broke from that. Even had a local expansion port. I was thrilled when QU came out and even had 1/4″ line inputs on every local channel. Made it very versatile. SQ kept 3 stereo ins but dropped the line ins. Now they took all that away. Disappointing.

    #87027
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    Not being over dramatic. Just making my point. I’ve been doing this almost 50yrs. I’ve seen everything. I still own a GLD. RCA ins for playback was ok. I made it work. It had built in expansion port. Didn’t have to buy another card. I was thrilled when QU came out and they gave us many local ins plus stereo 1/4″. Same with SQ. So in some ways this is a step backward. They didn’t fully consider the church or other smaller market in my view.

    #87025
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    How about talking to the people who actually use these? This is a FUBAR. Guess SQ will live. The most versatile console they have ever built next to QU

    #87013
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    Well. Point is. Say you have 3 stereo playback sources. That’s now 6 of the 12 XLR inputs. That leaves 6. Your customer has 6-12 local RF mics. Guess you relocate those to the stage to hit the stagebox.

    #86987
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    Not happy at all about removing the stereo 1/4″ inputs. Makes it more difficult to hookup local inputs like CD player, smart devices etc. Good reason to stick with SQ if you don’t need more than 48 in.

    #85921
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    Yes. Hook it up to the dSnake port like any other stage box. I have one church install that’s Qu32 with mostly local old copper snake then added mics on a AR84

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