The PID states that with a "complete M32 system" you can cascade two DL32's together to achieve a 64 input system. What's the real story on this claim? There aren't enough fader layers to have 64 inputs on one desk so what is the advantage to cascading two of them together for the M32? I can see using this with the Pro Series since they have the layers.
Currently I am using three DL16's with my M32: Two DL16's for input & stage fold back and one dedicated for FOH Returns. The artist that uses this system is getting ready to go on IEM's and we are planning to add a monitor desk to complete this system so I will have full use the three boxes. As you know I can only have 8 fold back sends at the moment.
Thanks for the quick response- it's as I thought and a little misleading. i suppose in Broadcast situations this would be helpful, but not so much in a one to one live concert setting. In only say misleading because of consoles that do have a 33-64 layer built into the desk. I'd still rather be stuck at 32 than to have 64 of that other desk.