It appears that Whirlwind has a pre-made cable that should do the trick for those who don't want to "roll the own". http://whirlwindusa.com/catalog/pre-wired-cables/digitalnetwork/enc2s-shielded-cable-ethercon-connectors
Dear Guys,I also HIGHLY recommend a cable with Ethercon ends.So once again Shielded CAT-5e is what you want to use as you connection between X32 and S16, (and S-16 to S16).I have used the ProCo, (Pro Co 300' Shielded Cat 5e Ethercon Cable). It has a robust casing, Ethercon ends and is Shielded CAT-5e.
Here is a nice link that Allen & Heath put out that shows all acceptable cables in the STP form factor. They did the work for you already.http://www.allen-heath.com/uk/Products/Pages/SubLinkDetails.aspx?CatId=GLDSeries&SID=46
Any of you guys with a rig handy to experiment, and a static tool ( Brian), I would be curious to see how much of this phenomenon is cable shielding and how much is ground bonding between the two digital ports. An unshielded cable with an added ground wire grabbing chassis at the two ends might make an interesting test... Sorry I don't want to make busy work for you, just curious to understand the root cause. JR
Hi JR,Since he has the console and S16 within a few feet of each other, and since they are both grounded by their AC cords to the same outlet, hasn't he already accomplished this?Thanks,Dan
JR,In most cases the Ethernet interface would be a separate module / daughterboard. I don't know if Behringer designed the board in that manner, however, my thought is that the Ethernet module, on board or not, is not properly grounded to chassis ground. This could be intentional or not, but I agree, if the fix is using a special cable, then use it.
I can only find it at one wholesaler but Belden 70005E (pdf) seems to fit the bill.
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