The C|24™ DB25 Cable Kit includes the cables you need to connect a Digidesign® C|24 control surface to a Pro Tools|HD® system that includes a 192 I/O™ audio interface. The 13-cable kit includes the following cables:
- DB25–DB25 — Includes four 25-foot cables for the following connections:
- Pro Tools Input (Monitor section)
- Surround Input (Monitor section)
- Line Outputs 1–8 (mic/line/DI preamps)
- Line Outputs 9–16 (mic/line/DI preamps)
- DB25–XLR Male — Includes one 25-foot cable for the following connection:
- 5.1 Control Room Out (Monitor section)
- DB25–TRS — Includes six 25-foot cables for the following connections:
- Submixer Inputs 1–4 (line submixer)
- Submixer Inputs 5–8 (line submixer)
- Ext Stereo Inputs
- Cue Outputs
- Line/DI Inputs 1–8
- DB25–XLR Female — Includes two 25-foot cables for the following connections:
- Mic Inputs 1–8 (preamps)
- Mic Inputs 9–16 (preamps)
- Line/DI Inputs 9–16
Clocking, Jitter and the Digidesign 192 I/O Audio Interface: Have you ever wondered how Loop Sync works? Or what effect an external clock has on a Pro Tools system? Find this and more in the latest Digidesign Technical White Paper by Gannon Kashiwa. The paper first provides an overview of common clocking techniques and technologies used in current generation audio interfaces across the industry and then takes an in-depth look at the clocking schemes used in the 192 I/O specifically. Jitter measurements of the internal systems as well as several popular dedicated clocks help illustrate the effects of various clocking scenarios and help the user understand how their systems perform under different conditions. This highly informative paper will help those interested in getting the best result from their Pro Tools system.
The Pro Tools 48-Bit Mixer: This Digidesign Technical White Paper by Gannon Kashiwa provides detailed information about how the Pro Tools mixer operates. In so doing, we will demonstrate its summing characteristics and explain how a 48-bit "clean" mixer functions within the 24-bit TDM (Time Division Multiplexing) environment. By providing some "behind-the-scenes" information about mixing and summing in Pro Tools, we hope to shed light on a few myths about mixing "in the box" with Pro Tools, as well as provide you with a better understanding of the mechanics of summing signals.
DigiZine Tech Talk — Mixing in the Box: This Digidesign Technical White Paper by Stan Cotey provides a detailed look at some of the myths and legends surrounding the mix bus in Pro Tools.
PCIe vs PCI Power with HD Systems: This document explains the technical differences between the PCI Express (PCIe) and PCI versions of the Pro Tools|HD system, and why for most users they both provide very similar DSP power.
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