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Old 08-23-2016, 08:14 PM
KGraham045 KGraham045 is offline
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Default Omni to C24 Analog 7-8

I have a 5.1 setup, but can't seem to get signal to my Furman HDS-6... It was working but I updated my Firmware on My Omni and now its Not...

Apple IMac El Capitan
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Omni I/O
Furman HDS-6

I have my Omni Analog 1-8 Out into the ProTools In (Pt 1-6 + Cue 1-2) on the C24.

I have routed my Monitors in Protools Analog 1-6. And Analog 7-8 Routed in the output window. (Theres also the Cue 1-2 on the omni with is Analog 9-10)

I have the Cue Outputs on the C24 going into the Furman HDS-6... But I hear no signal on Analog 7-8 (But see signal on the output meters of the OMNI Analog 7-8)

I have the Cue send knob up on the Monitor section of the C24.... Anyone have
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