resize large mixers

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Re: resize large mixers

Postby plupo » Fri Oct 16, 2015 2:31 pm

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Re: resize large mixers

Postby plupo » Fri Oct 16, 2015 2:34 pm

plupo wrote:
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error is still there, i'll try later then
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Re: resize large mixers

Postby plupo » Sat Oct 24, 2015 5:32 pm

First I apologize, but looks like i'm not able to load the images properly....
Second: HELP !!! ( blind faith in our moderator...) where i can find the schematics and the purpose of a "console interface board" that seems to connect auxes and groups to a rear faced EDAC connector?
I hope this is a backdoor to summing the auxes to the busses ( i have the matrix groups, not the aux return ones)
Any help wellcome
Thank
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Re: resize large mixers

Postby GJC Designs » Sun Oct 25, 2015 1:41 am

Hi,

Diagrams and uer manual here on the Soundcraft site:

http://soundcraft.com.s3.amazonaws.com/ ... agrams.pdf
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Re: resize large mixers

Postby plupo » Sun Oct 25, 2015 8:04 am

Thank Gareth
those schematics are the ones i'm using in debugging the channels (very few problems indeed, is a real workhorse) but, unless i've overlooked them, no trace of that board inside them.
I'll try to take pictures of it, it looks as a customization and, as long i've understood, it buffers the signals from an EDAC connector to the internal busses, like an expansion cable for a sidecar or so.
For me is interesting to see if i can return the effects from auxes to the bus system, due the fact i have the "matrix" groups.
Anyway, great engineering to explore, some practical licks in the construction are telling me of how much care was taken in the project .
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Re: resize large mixers

Postby plupo » Sun Oct 25, 2015 5:39 pm

Latest news : the interface board is named SC2664, still problems to load pictures

Any help on the edac or the board is wellcome
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