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Author Topic: Allen and Heath iLive monitor split using Waves  (Read 555 times)

David Shriver

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Allen and Heath iLive monitor split using Waves
« on: February 06, 2014, 02:05:51 pm »

Hello everyone,

Is it possible to do a FoH/Mon split using Waves with an iLive? The iLive supports Waves via an add-in card and it gives supports 64x64 channels.  AH suggested on their own forums that its not advisable because the Waves protocol doesn't allow clock sync. 

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Thomas Lamb

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Re: Allen and Heath iLive monitor split using Waves
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2014, 10:44:56 pm »

Hello everyone,

Is it possible to do a FoH/Mon split using Waves with an iLive? The iLive supports Waves via an add-in card and it gives supports 64x64 channels.  AH suggested on their own forums that its not advisable because the Waves protocol doesn't allow clock sync. 

-d

I think you answered your question. If it's digital and it doesn't sync it's going to be a problem. I would do dante.
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Christian Tepfer

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Re: Allen and Heath iLive monitor split using Waves
« Reply #2 on: February 07, 2014, 10:16:03 am »

I think you answered your question. If it's digital and it doesn't sync it's going to be a problem. I would do dante.
Dante, MADI, ACE should all work.

The usual limitations of a digital split apply, especially gain (there can be only one gain master) and SPOF issues.
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