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Behringer Digital Snake S16
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Behringer Digital Snake S16

Patch Bay from Behringer .

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" The perfect companion to the Behringer X32!"

Behringer Digital Snake S16Published on 09/15/14 at 04:25
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
specs listed:
dual bus KT 48 channels over ethernet
2 on adat light pipe (fashion splitter)
16 Midas preamps designed (with 48v switchable per input)
8 out (XLR)
1 Headphone (with volume) to monitor the inputs.
44.1 or 48kHz
All on U 2

On board, there are 16 preamps whose design something that approximates what MIDAS made preamps; There are certainly better (and more expensive), and also worse (and more expensive too).
These preamps are doing their job! Not push them to 0 DB, and they offer qquechose quite reasonable.

Programming is extremely simple: It works by Mode
(Mode understand the choice of clock source (internal or remote), addressing of outputs (0, 8, 16)......
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specs listed:
dual bus KT 48 channels over ethernet
2 on adat light pipe (fashion splitter)
16 Midas preamps designed (with 48v switchable per input)
8 out (XLR)
1 Headphone (with volume) to monitor the inputs.
44.1 or 48kHz
All on U 2

On board, there are 16 preamps whose design something that approximates what MIDAS made preamps; There are certainly better (and more expensive), and also worse (and more expensive too).
These preamps are doing their job! Not push them to 0 DB, and they offer qquechose quite reasonable.

Programming is extremely simple: It works by Mode
(Mode understand the choice of clock source (internal or remote), addressing of outputs (0, 8, 16) and the sampling frequency.

Cat5e cable is required to connect to the X32.

I have 2 put in a 6U flight with remote connectivity. I make between 1 and 3 lives per month with this config, and it is a joy untainted.
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  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: Digital Snake S16
  • Category: Patch Bays
  • Added in our database on: 01/21/2012

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