System Setup SYSTEM CONFIG
■ Assigning channels to the TWINLANe network
The following procedure explains how to assign the channels used by the I/O racks and DSP engines
to the TWINLANe network.
For an I/O rack
Bandwidth for an I/O rack can be assigned to the TWINLANe network only for the DSP engine that is
the word clock master of the system.
Press the SETUP button on the menu bar to access the SETUP screen.
Press the SYSTEM CONFIG button to access the SYSTEM CONFIG popup
I/O rack select popup buttons (M1–M2)
These buttons represent the I/O racks that are connected to the system. Press one of these
buttons to access a popup window, in which you can select an I/O rack.
The row at the top of the button shows the icon of the device and the power supply status of
POWER A and B (green: power on, red: power off). If +48V MASTER is on, the indicator on
the device icon is lit.
The number of output channels for the TWINLANe network is shown below the button.
Indicates the status of the TWINLANe network.
Connected, but settings data is not synchronized
Connected, and settings data is synchronized
The TWINLANe network is not in a ring-connected state (a cable is disconnected
somewhere in the ring connection).
When there is a device on the TWINLANe network whose input/output level is
diminished and when a misconnection of a TWINLANe cable is detected:
If connected IN-IN
If connected OUT-OUT
If the DSP engine's own IN-OUT are connected directly
CS popup button
Press this button to access the SYSTEM CONFIG [CS] popup window, in which you can make
input/output and MY slot settings for the control surface
DSP popup button
Press this button to access the SYSTEM CONFIG [DSP] popup window, in which you can
assign the DSP engine's MIX channels, MATRIX channels, and direct outputs to the
TWINLANe network, and make settings for the HY slots and MY slots
OTHER DSP popup button
Press this button to access a popup window, in which you can assign the number of
TWINLANe channels used by the other DSP engine.
TWINLANe channel indication
Indicates the total number of channels currently used by the TWINLANe network. A
maximum of 400 channels can be assigned on the TWINLANe network. You cannot assign
more than 400 channels.
TWINLANe STREAM MANAGEMENT button
Support for this button is planned in a future update.
Press an I/O rack select popup button to access the I/O rack settings popup
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