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Greetings! New user here. I'm trying to interface our new Helix rack to our Yamaha DM2000 console via the Helix AES/EBU output. I'm running the AES out to one of the AES ins on the board. Both the board and the Helix are master clocked via word clock from an Apogee Big Ben at 48kHz. I've gone through all settings in the Helix, selected AES/EBU instead of SPDIF for the output and set clock to external wordclock. High quality 110 ohm XLR cable (15') interconnect. The odd thing is that not only do I get no audio, I don't even get clock on the Helix AES out. There must be something I'm missing as the unit is advertised as working this way..... Otherwise the Helix seems fine. Running the analog outs to our Pro Tools HDX system and no problems. Anyway, maybe someone's run into this before. Any help appreciated.
I saw some older posts talking about various cables for the Line 6 link. I was wondering if there was any newer info on this. I am currently using a cheap Hosa EBU-010 AES/EBU Digital Audio Cable. I don't have any problems with it, but every time I look at how thin it is, I wonder if using something higher end, such as Mogami Gold AES would work better. Anyone try some of the various higher end cables? Thanks.
Hey guys, as many of us use a digital amp like a Pod, AxeFx or Kemper in combination with some wireless system (e.g. a relay...as you read this post ;) ), our signal path is quite full of AD and DA conversions. Therefore I'm thinking of a wireless unit that has digital outputs as well as the good old analog jack. Most of those digital amps have spdif (coax) in- and outputs, hence a spdif-out in the wireless receiver would be nice to have. Are there already plans for such a wireless systems? (Haven't found any topics regarding this with the board search :rolleyes: ) I hope there are some of you, who would like that kind of wireless system as well - if so, raise your voice :) ...the Sennheiser Digital 9000 with its AES-outputs is pricey for a "normal" user :D Greetings Stefan