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  • powertomi
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    2020-06-10

    Hi!
    Anyone knows: the channel input level meter in Pro2 has a peak or rms display?

    Thanks.

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  • __JAG__
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    2020-06-08

    Ok just received 4 of the DP48's and updated the firmware this evening. So when in dual mixer mode, when setting the group channel assignments, and channel levels, how do you set them up for each mix A and B? Or are these settings global for both mix A and B? 

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    • __JAG__
      GaryHiggins

      @__JAG__ 


      The sources are the same for both, the mixes of the sources is what can be made different.

      • June 8, 2020
    • __JAG__
      __JAG__

      So the group sources and levels are the same for each, correct? Then you can individually control levels of each group for Mix A and B? That is what I'm seeing. 

      • June 8, 2020
  • Pgrant999
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    2020-06-01

    Hello all!  I am fairly new to Digital audio and it's interfaces.  I have recently gone to work at a Church, and I inherited a Midas Pro1 and I am trying to research to see if I can interface the PRO1 via AES50 to the Behringer Ultranet in-ear system (P16, etc..., to be purchased asap).   

    In my research, someone mentioned that they will not natively talk because the PRO1 operates at 96kHz, and the Behringer stuff is 48kHz (I think).  

    So QUESTION IS: what do I need to do to get a route of 16 channels/mixes out to the Berhinger in-system? Hardware converter?  A different in-ear system?  

    HELP!  Any and all is greatly appreciated!

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      GaryHiggins

      @Pgrant999 


      Hello. Besides the 96K clock the p16 system will not work with a Pro1 as it is a proprietary protocol also requiring an ultranet port. The pro1 doesn't have that and the P16 sytems work at 48/44k. So the P16 system is out-unless you get an X32 mixer or a Midas M32, both have the ultranet. If on a tight budget, you might want to look into the P2 monitor devices. They run from an xlr cable connected to a bus output. They are cheap and sound quite good, with the proper cable 2 buses (not sure if you also have a stagebox) can be linked for stereo operation. Otherwise you will need some other form of in ear system most of which can be very expensive. Pro1 is a very nice inheritance however! 


       


      EDIT: I just thought of 1 other possibility. Using a P16I. They accept either adat or analog inputs and then output those to P16. The analog inputs of it are 1/4 in but if you had a way to convert Pro1 ch outs to 1/4 balanced or unbalaced cable, it accepts 16 ch's of analog and then you could connect the P16M's to it.

      • June 1, 2020
    • Pgrant999
      ChaseMcKnight

      Hi @Pgrant999 

      As @GaryHiggins suggested, using a Behringer P16-I and coming out analog of the Pro1 (either rear XLRs or via DL stage box) would be the most affordable option. Integrating an X/M32 over AES50, while a flexible and convenient setup, would require a Klark Teknik Network bridge and expansion card - which is quite an investment if the sole purpose is to integrate with the P16 system.  

      • June 2, 2020
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