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To use the Dugan-MY16 card in a DM or 02R96, the following system The Dugan-MY16 is a channel automatic mixing controller that plugs into a slot LS9 mixers with firmware version and older do not allow post-fader inserts.


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Each Y1 card installed in a console's MY expansion slot supports up to 16 1. DME24N, 1. DME64N, 4. PM5D/PM5D-RH, 4. M7CL, 3. LS, 1. LS, 2.


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The LS9/16 has 16 mic input ports and 32 input control channels. The additional input ports are in the MY card slot. There are a variety of cards.


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In other words, I don't want to spend a lot of money until I understand how to make the LS9 "talk to" the Behringer Digital Stage box, using whatever kind of card I need to purchase and put into the card slot in the back of the LS9. Ron Bolte Jr. Logged Ron Bolte Jr. Use the p16i on your ls9 if you want to use that monitor system. Can't get there from here. Thanks Ron - never used the MonitorMix app - good suggestion!! Brian Strike Newbie Offline Posts: 8. Please login or register. I know that the Behringer stage box requires a board with AES50 technology - this means nothing to me. Good Luck! Quote from: Brian Strike on November 05, , am. So you could theoretically use an X32 console as your monitor console and have that feed your LS9 via Dante. Haven't tried it but there is a reac driver software available that then allows you to capture the reac stream via the Ethernet card on a standard pc.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} So i'm going to try to semi-succinctly do just that. Hi all, This may be a newbie question for some of you but I'm entering new territory here and am a bit confused. Logged www. If you want a digital stage box for your LS9 your need to buy Yamaha stage boxes. Quote from: Robert Lofgren on November 05, , pm. You'd have to use some kind of software control for that. I've been mixing on a Yamaha LS for probably 8 years. I hope that helps explain the already great advice you've been given a little more. The exception to this is Dante which explains why it is becoming so popular. Quote from: Ron Bolte on November 05, , pm. I've heard they're decent. Thanks again everyone - like I said, this is all new to me and I want to make sure I don't spend money on something that won't work. What kind of card do I need to install in this LS9 to interface with the Behringer digital stage box? But i don't think it really filled in the gaps in your basic knowledge on the subject. Everything the others wrote on this thread was absolutely correct and good advice. So here goes For the most part they are all incompatible with each other, and that's by design since they are typically proprietary to a manufacturer who is wanting to keep you in their eco-system as much as possible. There is NO Ultranet solution that i know of that would provide a replacement for your copper snake. Other than the user controlled monitor system, I see no benefit to changing to a digital head if you already have a multi channel snake. So for these reasons, sticking with the LS9 as your preferred console but replacing your copper snake with a digital one is unfortunately more costly and complicated than it probably should be. Quote from: Brian Strike on November 05, , pm. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}ProSoundWeb Community. And the Yamaha cards are about US a piece. Is there any other place where anyone can point me to learn about this type of stuff? Thanks so much!! I plan to keep this board - I'm very comfortable on it and know my way around it well. Member Offline Posts: 66 Mmmmm.. I"ve got it set up with iPad, etc. I have no experience with the card that I need to install in the back of the LS9, so I'm curious as to how to best set this up. We want to update into something with a little more independent control than my current monitor set up, which is just 4 separate monitor mixes running through wedges. Your two card slots would permit 32 inputs but if you want head amp control from the surface of the console only the Ethersound boxes will do that. It is intended to specifically feed the P16 Personal Mixers although they do sell some speakers that will take it as an input. Thanks everyone - Robert, if I use the P16i isn't that also going to cause the same non-communicative issues with the LS9 as the Digital stage box? Also, I'm interested in looking into the Behringer P16 monitor mixing stations. I want to use the Behringer stage box in particular so that it interfaces well with the Behringer P16 monitoring stations. Even when you do find a protocol that will 'talk' to several different manufacturers products, there are often hidden 'gotchas' like remote control of Mic Preamps and the like. As Riley said, it's a no go. And it's too peopley! Are you suggesting that I use the P16i to connect all inputs, then send ethernet to the P16M stations and then one ethernet to the LS9 for master mixer control for FOH? Here's the gotcha You cannot control the mic pre's on the X32 directly from the LS9. Logged "It feels wrong to be in the audience. The P16 system runs on a protocol called Ultranet which is currently limited to 16 channels in one direction. When using the Dante boxes mic pre control would have to come from a computer. Dante is becoming the closest thing to a universal format that we've got currently. Seriously though, if all you are looking for is more monitor options with your LS9, try out the "Monitor Mix" app for iPad, with a wifi hotspot connected to your LS9, it supports as many mixes as you have available, on as many iPads. Add to that the cost of an X32 with it's associated Dante card and the costs add up quick. You can also get Dante cards that work with the LS9. The X32 series also has a direct output to feed the P16 Personal Monitoring System so that's a bonus. I'm going to look into that. Quote from: brian maddox on November 05, , pm.