Rosendahl nanosync and the digi 192.

Discussion in 'Converters / Interfaces' started by jater, Jul 22, 2004.

  1. jater

    jater Guest

    Hey guys,
    I have the nanosync(rosendahl) and the digi192 hd system.
    I have things all syncing but I have a question about the superclock(port 6) and also a question about the locked function on the nano sync.

    1. I had the nanosync outputting to the 192 via the digi 256 superclock port, (6). I kept getting sync problem in protools. Then I switched it over port 1 and then my sync works fine. nanosync is set to internal. When I open protools the 256superclock light comes on. I dont get it, enlighten me.

    2. If i wanna be recording in 44.1(88.2), 0r 48k(96), is the a certain way to set the nanosync. The locked button is on in 48k, but I can't get the nanosync into 44.1 without giving me a sync error.
    Should the reference be set to something else? can someone help me? I don't want to keep going in my room to change the sample rate.

    Thanks all.
  2. iznogood

    iznogood Member

    Feb 9, 2004
    hi jater..

    the problem is understanding your system...

    the 192 should not be fed with superclock!!!

    the nanosyncs should be set to the samplerate you wish to use...

    the nanosyncs works with a base sample rate of either 44.1 or 48

    the different outputs can then be set to multiply that rate by a certain number.... and in the default setting WO6 is 256x/superclock...

    according to the manual (you should read it) WO 4 and 5 is by default 4x when the multiplier is lit.... thus giving you 176.4/192.....

    if you then want to record in 88.2/96 you have to reconfigure the multipliers (page 7 and 8 will tell you how)
  3. jater

    jater Guest

    Awesome, thanks for the reply. I was hoping there might have been an internal switching system to switch back and forth between sample rates.

    Thanks again
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