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Old 10-20-2010, 07:07 AM
AnthonyW AnthonyW is offline
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Default I/O connections on a 96I/O interface


I just got a Tascam M-520 mixer, it has all RCA connections for tape ins, and outs. Can I use 1/4" ring/sleeve connectors for I/O's on the 96I/O instead of ring/tip/sleeve? due to the RCA connectors to the mixer. Also does anyone know the max. length you can use for unbalanced cables before it effects signal loss ?, will be using quality cable.

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Old 11-15-2010, 08:05 PM
Craig F Craig F is offline
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Default Re: I/O connections on a 96I/O interface

1/4" TS will be fine
I'd try and keep the cables under 10 ft. if possable

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