Are the external inputs simultaneously accessible?

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KVRer
22 posts since 2 Sep, 2004

Post Fri Oct 01, 2004 11:39 am

So could one, say, use the Spdif inputs for one "slot" in receptor, and then the stereo analog ins for another, the front panel for yet another, so that they could be processed separately? Can the stereo analog ins be split to dual mono for separate processing on two different channels? Also, any chance of a multi-in interface (ADAT or otherwise) being developed for receptor?
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KVRist
76 posts since 17 Jun, 2004

Post Fri Oct 01, 2004 2:08 pm

So could one, say, use the Spdif inputs for one "slot" in receptor, and then the stereo analog ins for another, the front panel for yet another, so that they could be processed separately?
Receptor allows the user to use two of the three external inputs at any one time. For instance, you can instantiate the Line Input on channel one and the Guitar Input on Channel 2, or the Guitar Input on channel one and the S/PDIF input on channel 2 -- any combination of two of the three inputs. You can also repeat instances of those two inputs up to sixteen channels (e.g. Line Inputs on channels 1-6, S/PDIF Inputs on channels 6-11).
Can the stereo analog ins be split to dual mono for separate processing on two different channels?
For the moment, the Line Inputs are stereo only.
Also, any chance of a multi-in interface (ADAT or otherwise) being developed for receptor?
We are currently working with developers of external interfaces so that we can soon offer compatability with such devices.

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KVRer
22 posts since 2 Sep, 2004

Post Fri Oct 01, 2004 2:37 pm

thank you for your response....Excellent to hear that you are working to include multi channel input interfaces....This would increase the receptor's functionality greatly....An idea comes to mind: Being able to select the output of one channel as the SOURCE of another channel for "chaining"..Just a thought...Cheers.

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