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Ultranet

I am trying to connect a Behringer X32 through a Behringer SD16 to a P16M through the Ultranet. Do I need a separate run from the x32 to the SD16 to make this work? If so what port do I connect to on the SD16?

TimothyPartridg Contributor - Level 2 2020-02-11

2020-02-11

Ultranet

I am trying to connect a Behringer X32 through a Behringer SD16 to a P16M through the Ultranet. Do I need a separate run from the x32 to the SD16 to make this work? If so what port do I connect to on the SD16?

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Re: Ultranet

@TimothyPartridg 

You do not need an additional connection from the X32 to the SD16 to use the Ultranet outputs. Route the signals that you want on Ultranet to outputs 33-48 on the X32 AES50 port that connects to the SD16. It is usually set this way by default.

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Contributor - Level 2

Re: Ultranet

Here's what I have going on. I connect p16 directly to the board I get sound through p16. If I connect p16 to wall port connected to SD16 I get no sound. So I my routing is good from the board. 

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Re: Ultranet

@TimothyPartridg The ultranet out routing menu is where you set up your ch's sources for the port on the mixer itself, that is what will be output when you connect a P16M to the mixer ultranet port. By default that is also what is transmitted from the sd16 ultranet ports IF (big if)  aes50a 33-48 is still routed as P16 1-8 and p16 9-16. What can happen is aes50a 33-48 can be changed to provide other sources like local ch's, aux's card etc. If that happens the SD16 ultranet port will have different sources completely. If you want them to be the same make sure AES50A 33-48 says P16 1-8/9-16