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  • #107171
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    You need to connect the network port of both consoles to the router, if you want to access both from an IPad or similar.

    The S-Link/GigACE ports will only send audio between the consoles if you connect those two together.

    #106420
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    Not on the ME bus, that is A&H specific.

    For Hear Back you need to use the analog input in the hub, or get the version with Dante or Waves in, and a card for the console.

    #106409
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    A workaround I use in musicals, is to have a DCA unused and muted.

    Then I just assign unused radiomics to that DCA when they are not in a “show” DCA.
    Or I have an unused mute group I use instead of the unused DCA, all depends on the show (and the console)

    #106342
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    Sadly no, as it would exceed the limit of 40 inputs on that protocol.

    #106334
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    You can plug an AR2412 into the console, and use an AB168 as expander tp get the 40 inputs.

    #106009
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    What is the setup now?

    DT168 connected via Dante card to the SQ7, then S-Link between the two consoles, or do you have Dante card in both consoles?

    Anyway in both situations you will only have Preamp control on the console connected to the DX/DT, and only digital trim on the second console.

    #105876
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    One way is add the new mic on the next available channel, then change the layout on the layer to have the channels presented in the preferred order.

    #105216
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    No mix and/or group are hardwired anywhere, you patch them in the I/O tab.

    #105151
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    Hugh thanks, think we are 100% on the same page there.
    I have a SQ5 inhouse, but use a LS9 several times a year for smaller musicals, and the two consoles are similar enough that I can go on “auto pilot” for the main setup, yet different enough for me to always remember what console syntax I need to use 😉

    The main frustration I have seen concerning the SQ scene vs the LS9, is the ability to have fade times, and to make the scenechange right in the middle of a manual fade.
    For OP’s use I doubt that will be any issue though.

    #105142
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    You have 12 AUX/Group/mix buttons on the SQ7 vs the 16 on the LS9
    How ever, on the LS9 4 of these are usually used for the FX, where as the SQ has 4 seperate sends for that.

    And if you want a stereo group on the LS9, you take up 2 mixes, on the SQ you still only use a single mix (all 12 can be either mono, stereo or a combination) 🙂

    The DCA’s are merely a remote, just to keep in mind, as you will not have any group processing like comp or eq on those.

    Oh and Hugh, what do you mean by Yamaha protocol?
    Just curious since I run both console types 🙂

    #105116
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    With the XLR outs directly on the console and no need for the master out, you can have 6 stereo aux via the XLRs and you can use the A/B TRS jacks as another set of outputs, and the AES as a digital stereo output.

    To get all 12 AUX as stereo you need to add an external device, AB/DXl68, AR2412, DX012 or similar
    (or add on a Dante card and get the DT02 or any other Dante to analog box)

    #105098
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    Short: yes

    Bit longer: As the XLR outputs (and inputs) are balanced mono, you will need to use two to get stereo out.

    #105079
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    Soundwise the SQ5 and SQ7 (and SQ6) are 100% identical, as the only difference are the number of faders and local I/O ports.
    (and the 6+7 got more soft buttons you can program as shortcuts)

    #104810
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    An ideer with this, could be a small unit that enabled the use of the CC-7 and CC-10 panels as well.
    (in a way like they function on the AHM-64)

    But yes a fullblown html5 webserver would be awesome to have.

    #104240
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    Remember in “Security & Privacy”
    you need to allow the Mac to get input from the SQ.

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