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Old 02-17-2014, 06:12 AM
david_m david_m is offline
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Default SH612 with DMX-R100

Hello,
We work with a Euphonix S5 and works really well, but it gives us a problem when we want to connect a Sony DMX-R100 with madi interface board MTBK-R109
The DMX-R100[bleep] is connected to port 6 in/out of the hub sh612, signals the Euphonix arrive correctly to the DMX-R100 but do not return the same way.
It's very strange but the control of any of the signals is effected on the fader of the first,
you may have to do with the "madi route" from sh612?
The MTBK is 100% compatible with Euphonix?
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Old 03-13-2014, 05:56 AM
JChappell JChappell is offline
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Default Re: SH612 with DMX-R100

David,
I had the exact same setup so I know it works.
The DMX card needs to be in the 56 channel mode for it to work.

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