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We have found that when using MADI to connect iLive with devices manufactured by RME, it is necessary to use the latest RME drivers, which are available at http://www.rme-audio.de/en_products_overview_madi_aes.php This is explained on our website a...
What do Link Activity, Stream Lock and Healthy Link mean? * Link Activity means that a digital signal has been detected on the cable (not necessarily MADI could be an AES stream) * Stream Lock means that a valid MADI signal has been found. * Heal...
Q: With iLive modular, and V1.61 firmware, when connecting two MixRacks together for Dual-MixRack function, do the Network Bridge jumpers need to be connected with ACE & Network in each of the MixRacks? Would seem that ACE would need the control func...
'Dual-Rack' is a special setup mode for two iDR MixRacks. It is to expand the number of input channels of an iLive system from 64 channels to 128, mixing to 32 mixes. Any two MixRacks from the iDR family can be combined in this way, the system can then...
The MixRack to Surface link in iLive is always 64 channels bi-directional capability. For this connection you can use currently : A) ES (EtherSound) [1] B) ACE [2] C) MADI [3] The iLive system 'reserves' channels 1-32 in this audio bridge for inpu...
Q: Can I connect to other audio protocols? A: Yes. * Direct connection to GLD dSNAKE [1] * Direct connection to iLive ACE [2] * Direct connection to AviomĀ® A-Net 16 * Connect to other networks via ME-U hub [3]: 48kHz Dante [4] MADI [...
Q: What type of cable do I use with M-MADI and how far can it run? A: Non-optical MADI systems use 75ohm Coaxial (video) cable terminated with BNC connectors. We tested M-MADI with typical industry cable (Belden 1505A) with 'Amphenol' BNC connectors. W...