What is the difference between Behringer SD16 and S16?

What is the difference between Behringer SD16 and S16?

The S16 only has XLR inputs for the main 16 channels. The SD16 has XLR combo Jack’s that can take a TS cable or XLR cable.

Can you daisy chain AES50?

If you have multiple stage boxes, they can be connected either individually to the AES50-A and B ports or by cascading them over a single AES50 connection. The cascading option means to “daisy chain” multiple stage boxes over a single AES50 connection and is useful when the stage boxes are in the same location.

What is AES50?

AES50 is an open-source audio networking format for multi-channel audio carried over regular CAT5 networking cable. Now, strictly speaking, AES50 isn’t an audio networking format as it’s inherently a point-to-point connection protocol.

Does AES50 need shielded cable?

Because AES50 uses all the pins within the cable, the type of cable you choose is important. For the best results, Behringer recommends using a shielded CAT 5e cables with Ethercon connectors wired to the T568B standard.

Does AES50 work with Dante?

AES50 can be networked using specialised routers via centralised “star network’ topologies. It’s also possible to buy interfacing solutions to connect your AES50 gear to Dante networked hardware for example. Music Group’s adoption and inclusion of AES50 has assured it a strong place in the live sound industry.

What is the Behringer S16 digital snake?

An Unheard-of Value in a Digital Snake! Like many that came before it, the Behringer S16 digital snake system provides live sound professionals like you with the convenience of remote-controlled onstage microphone preamps, and it replaces your bulky analog snake with a lightweight and inexpensive Cat 5 Ethernet cable.

How many preamps does the S16 have?

The S16 provides 16 MIDAS-designed remote-controllable mic preamps, plus 8 balanced analog XLR returns at the stage end – and all it takes is a single Cat 5e cable.

How many S16 stage boxes can I connect to my X32 system?

When used as part of a complete X32 system, two S16 Stage Boxes can be cascaded via the built-in AES50 ports, providing connectivity for up to 32 mic/line inputs, 16 balanced outputs and the awesome POWERPLAY P-16 Personal Monitoring System – which can feed up to 48 individual monitor mixers.

Will the Behringer X32 digital snake work with any console?

But limiting such a convenient and affordable digital snake to the X32 alone would have been a shame, which is why Behringer designed it around the strict guidelines established by Klark Teknik. The result is an affordable digital snake that’s completely compatible with any digital console that sports an AES50 digital Ethernet connection.