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Old 08-05-2022, 09:43 PM
janmuths janmuths is offline
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Default HD Omni - Analog out question

EDIT: Resolved!

Hi all,

I’ve got an Omni and would like to use the DB25 for 8 analog outs. In the hardware setup, I can set outputs 3-8, no problem - but 1-2 always defaults to Monitor. The manual says the monitor path is always there and cannot be changed… Does that mean I cannot route signal to the db25 out 1-2?

Am I out of luck here, or has anyone found a work-around maybe?

Thank you.

Sunny Vibes from Byron Bay, Australia

Jan ‘Yarn’ Muths

2010 Dolphin Award for Production / Engineering

AVID Certified Instructor

Last edited by janmuths; 10-10-2022 at 06:22 PM. Reason: Resolved
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