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  1. The trim is at +40 which is about 70% full. Should I crank up the trim and turn down the fader? Would that increase the recording level? Would the main mix be high enough in the recording?
  2. I was able to easily import and boost the signal in GarageBand but they just want to take it from the SD card and listen to it. I tried using VLC and that let me boost it to 125% volume. Anyone know any windows based free gain booster software for them to play it through?
  3. The main mix output is the one that they generally would be listening to. I am recording main mix and inputs the inputs just so they can go to a specific mic if they need to boost and hear something. If I turn up the trim, the affects the level of the mica as well, correct? I have to have the main outs at +5 or higher and the inputs at +5 or higher and the trim at +40 to get any decent recording levels. I am mixing 10 condensor conference mics.
  4. I am having this issue. I installed the M20D for a board room. They need to record directly to the SD cards to transpose the minutes of the meetings. If I set all the levels to sound good for the room, the recorded levels are almost inaudibly low. If I set the levels to record loud enough (which means setting the trim and outputs very high) then the sound quality is very poor in the room because I can't turn the amps up very much. Mixing in a DAW isn't an option because they just want to take the SD card home and pop it in their laptop and then transpose it. Any ideas?
  5. I tried a PNY 64gb SDXC card and it works flawlessly
  6. Figured it out. Works fine, I had to navigate to the new folder within the M20D
  7. Do you have a link to what a powered usb looks like? Today, I put in a 32gb SDHC Class 10 card and it doesn't seem to recognize it. I have a mac and used the disk utility to erase and format it to FAT32. The card says its sdhc but in the disk utility it says ddxc. Here's a screen shot: (can't figure out how to add a picture) How do I properly format this card? In Mac's disk utility, do I format the partition or do I format the Apple SDXC Reader Media folder?
  8. I need to utilize the iPad app, I tried recording to a USB but ran out of space after recording the inputs and main mix for about 1:45 hours. It was a 16gb card What is the biggest we card that the mixer will take? I currently use the usb to connect to a wired network through an apple lan adapter and it works great Is it possible to hook up a wifi USB adapter and a usb hard drive to record to or is a large sd card the only option with wifi?
  9. I tried this and it works perfectly. Thanks so much. Is there anyway to do this with a normal router?
  10. That is my issue. I do not have physical access to either routers that are creating the wireless networks. At church, we rent the space from a museum and we use their wireless. And the install is at a township building where the routers are not accessible. Here is what I am trying to do: M20D wired connection to --> LAN port of Linksys router or Airport Express to wireless connection to --> Wireless network <-- Wireless connection - Ipad Is this possible? I can easily do this: M20D wired connection to --> LAN port of Linksys router or Airport Express <-- Wireless connection - Ipad
  11. On the iPad, Am I connecting to the router that is plugged into the M20D or am I just connecting to the wireless network? How is the linksys router connected to the existing wireless network? I do not have access to the routers that create the wireless network.
  12. So the LAN, is that the "Ethernet" port, the one listed 1-4 and not the "internet" port? Do I need to change any settings on the router? Am I connecting to the router that is plugged into the M20D or am I just connecting to the wireless network?
  13. I have been experiencing connection issues in the past using the USB dongles. I have decided to scrap the USB dongles all together. I have the apple usb adapter and it works perfectly. I have both the apple airport express and a linksys router ( I have 2 M20D's, 1 for our church and one for an install I am doing). I have tested both the airport express and the linksys and I can connect to them with the ipad with no issues and its much faster than the USB. My question is, can I use this setup to connect the M20D to my existing wireless network? And if so, can you explain how to do it either router, the Apple Airport Express and a Cisco Linksys WRT110? With my install, I'd rather not have to instruct them to switch wireless networks when trying to connect to the M20D. It is being installed in a township building in their main meeting space. I'd prefer to use the Linksys in the township building and the Airport Express in our church. Any help would be appreciated! B)
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