Friday, July 31, 2009

StudioLive Blog @ InfoComm - Daisy-Chaining



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where can I buy the piece to lock two mixer togetheir..
and how do I connect this mixer to my pa tops and subs?

6:46 PM  
Blogger ricknaqvi said...

You can buy the transition piece from any PreSonus dealer (probably special order because we just got them in stock) OR you can buy from our web store. You connect the mixer to your speakers in the same way you would an analog mixer. If you want, shoot me an email with what you are using and I'll tell you exactly how to hook it up. THANKS! Rick (rnaqvi@presonus.com)

3:26 PM  
Blogger Rusty W said...

My SL is on it's way! I was wondering if it would be possible for you to demo using 1 SL with another interface, such as the FS Mobile, to increase channel count in a live situation. BTW, the vblog is the best thing ever. All you folks at Presonus ROCK!

Rusty W.

6:13 AM  
Anonymous Pascal BOECKEL said...

Is there no latency between input and output going througth the FW ?
So is this configuration desinged for live operation ? Not just for studios ...


9:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Thanks for the vblogs, they're extremely helpful. When daisy-chaining, how many sumultaneous channels can I record to Capture, and what are the Laptop specs for maximum throughput?

Paul J.

8:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Now that the SL 24.4.2 is on the way soon, my question is can a SL 16.4.2 be linked with a 24.4.2? I'm guessing the answer would be 'Yes'. Is there anything that should be kept in mind while daisy chaining two such mixers?

BTW, I just purchased a 16.4.2 last week and used it for a workship service using 12 mics and a keyboard. Thanks to all of the posted videos, I was able to work this baby in no time. And the service went well and I received great comments from the audience about the quality of the 'sound'.


4:24 PM  

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