Re: [LAD] Is it possible to use two RME cards in sync?

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Date: Monday, May 10, 2010 - 5:18 pm

Pau,

>>> the system i need to build should have 8 AES inputs and 24 AES outputs.

Well, you get what you pay for. Much less hassle, only one cable to
control clock, data and control information - up to several 100 meters etc.

Think of the setup and maintenance costs. This is the plug-in-and-forget
solution.

>> The driver can start the buffers synchronously, so you have

The RME cards are easy to set up: Just connect the internal sync port
using the cable that came with the cards and select "Internal" as sync
source on the slave card.

Flo
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Re: [LAD] Is it possible to use two RME cards in sync?, Florian Faber, (Mon May 10, 3:32 pm)
Re: [LAD] Is it possible to use two RME cards in sync?, Frank Smith, (Tue May 11, 8:38 am)
Re: [LAD] Is it possible to use two RME cards in sync?, Florian Faber, (Mon May 10, 5:18 pm)