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Old 01-14-2022, 08:33 AM
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Default S6 MTRX and Talkback Listenback

Is there a way to get Listenback for a source (VoiceOver Booth Mic) to work with the S6 when using with MTRX. The feature seemed to be part of the X-Mon, but not featured in DADman with MTRX setup.

We want to be able to have the auto listenback feature for Talkback to VO Booth.

Otherwise, how are people listening to return talkback if Mic Fader not open?
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Old 01-14-2022, 11:19 AM
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Default Re: S6 MTRX and Talkback Listenback

please see this thread and this video.
same logic applies to both talkback/listenback.
on the settings for the S6 Monitor Page (gear icon lower right) you can enable Auto Talkback and/or Auto Listenback.
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