Yes. Max 100m 75 ohm cable RG59/U or better. Stay away from coax with stranded center conductor for longer lenghts.And that's just with the single coax and doesn't require the optical for the MY16-MD64 as well, right?
The MADI standard isn't set in stone and different manufacturers implement it in different ways to suit their needs. For example, there are different voltage standards which I know cause interconnection problems with certain pieces of equipment made by different companies.Does anyone know how many channels the MADI-BNC outputs carry?
If I ran MADI out of a Digico SD rack via coax to a Yamaha MY16-MD64 card with 2 MY16-EX, would 48 channels of digital input show on a CL series console?
but you won't be able to control the head amps/ phantom power etc unless you are running a DiGiCo board and taking a split from the aux to the Yamaha.
The SD and D-rack can be controlled via USB, so you can use them as standalone preamps.So the SD and D rack doesn’t able to work in standalone mode and path AD directly to MADI AUX with console switched off? And it this case I need deck to be switched on and tell it so send direct pre to aux madi but it still be post gain?And there is no workaround to split channels properly?
I had forgotten you could do this with the SD-series, thanks for the reminder.The SD and D-rack can be controlled via USB, so you can use them as standalone preamps.
Here i'm recording Flaming lips with a SD-rack, a Joeco MADI recorder and a PC.