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Forum: Interfaces
 Topic: S/PDIF 3d card - internal vs external clocking
Re: S/PDIF 3d card - internal vs external clocking [message #87625 is a reply to message #87570] Thu, 04 June 2020 15:28
stickman is currently offline  stickman
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bump
Re: S/PDIF 3d card - internal vs external clocking [message #87627 is a reply to message #87625] Thu, 04 June 2020 15:38
bj is currently offline  bj
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The DIs are always in DI mode. That said, they have adjustable gain that can be configured via the jumpers on the DI board. If you take the jumpers off they are basically line inputs. But they share the ADC with the Line in, so the only benefit would be having the TRS connectors.

As as far as the clock goes, if you are going to come in digitally from the kemper, then you should clock the MIO to the Kemper, unless there is a way to clock the kemper from the MIO.
Forum: MIOConsole
 Topic: how many host for summing I can have?
how many host for summing I can have? [message #87618] Thu, 04 June 2020 12:38
Obefreq is currently offline  Obefreq
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hello,

could you tell me how many host ch I can have for summing inside MH Lio with 3d card?

thx
Re: how many host for summing I can have? [message #87619 is a reply to message #87618] Thu, 04 June 2020 13:58
bj is currently offline  bj
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Up to 128 channels on MHLink.

With one box, you will be limited in the amount of processing you can do per channel, but you can sum them all (I mean you can mix them with level and pan).

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Re: how many host for summing I can have? [message #87620 is a reply to message #87619] Thu, 04 June 2020 14:30
Obefreq is currently offline  Obefreq
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Ive using logic and I can see only 12ch and in mio I see more host channels but from 13 they are yellow and called unrouted.
Re: how many host for summing I can have? [message #87621 is a reply to message #87620] Thu, 04 June 2020 14:32
Obefreq is currently offline  Obefreq
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Should I route them somehow?
Re: how many host for summing I can have? [message #87622 is a reply to message #87621] Thu, 04 June 2020 14:35
Obefreq is currently offline  Obefreq
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I think I got it I should use cat cable instead usb yes?
Re: how many host for summing I can have? [message #87623 is a reply to message #87622] Thu, 04 June 2020 14:36
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Is there bigger latency using ethernet cable ?
Re: how many host for summing I can have? [message #87624 is a reply to message #87623] Thu, 04 June 2020 15:26
bj is currently offline  bj
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That's because you are using USB. If you want to go up to 128 channels you need to use MHLink (Ethernet).

If you need more channels (but not as many as 128) and you are running at 44.1 or 48k, you can go up to 48 channels on USB by adjusting the USB channel count; if you run at up to 96k, you can increase it to 24 channels on USB. If you run at 192k, then 12 channels on USB is the limit.

The Round trip latency is slightly higher on Ethernet; but for doing mix down that should not be an issue. The lowest latency for live monitoring is by using the MIO Mixer, of course.
Re: how many host for summing I can have? [message #87626 is a reply to message #87624] Thu, 04 June 2020 15:34
Obefreq is currently offline  Obefreq
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How to adjust usb channles?
Re: how many host for summing I can have? [message #87628 is a reply to message #87626] Thu, 04 June 2020 15:39
bj is currently offline  bj
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https://mhsecure.com/3d_Early_Access/release_notes/pb7.html# s12
Re: how many host for summing I can have? [message #87629 is a reply to message #87626] Thu, 04 June 2020 15:40
Obefreq is currently offline  Obefreq
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i got it
 Topic: pan missing in mio
pan missing in mio [message #87630] Thu, 04 June 2020 17:09
Obefreq is currently offline  Obefreq
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hello,


is it panning still not in mio or I need to turn on something?
Re: pan missing in mio [message #87631 is a reply to message #87630] Thu, 04 June 2020 20:34
bj is currently offline  bj
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No, it has panning (always has had it)!

You just need to use mono strips rather than stereo strips if you want to pan the channels. Otherwise it routes Stereo Input -> Stereo Bus.



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