Audio via Moseley NXE1. How?

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Audio via Moseley NXE1. How?

Post by krokodilos » Thu Sep 17, 2015 9:57 pm

A question. How we can transfer audio AES/EBU with this Moseley NXE1?
This requires something else to connect?

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Re: Audio via Moseley NXE1. How?

Post by davek » Fri Sep 18, 2015 4:08 am

Looks like it is missing line cards .. which provide T1/E1 circuits, so you'd need an external device to convert AES to T1/E1.

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Re: Audio via Moseley NXE1. How?

Post by KPJL FM » Fri Sep 18, 2015 7:28 am

Maybe it had a QEI CatLink ahead of it, at one time? Because it replaced the copper T1 the CatLink fed. I think it was called CatLink, I'm gettin' to be a 'Fossil'. :?:
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Post by Dale H. Cook » Sat Sep 19, 2015 7:41 am

KPJL FM wrote:I think it was called CatLink, I'm gettin' to be a 'Fossil'. :?:
Fossil -

You are not that much of a fossil - it was indeed the CatLink. I installed one in 1979 or 1980 - it was the first use of T1 for an STL in the Roanoke-Lynchburg VA market. One nice thing about the CatLink was that it did everything. It sent composite to the transmitter (disassembled into L+R, L-R and pilot, and re-assembled at the transmitter) so you could keep the processing and stereo generation at the studio. It would also send SCA audio (we used SCA for Marti talkback) and R/C audio (for our Moseley MRC-1600) to the transmitter, and backhauled stereo audio for monitoring (fed from a tuner in our xmtr. shack), mono audio for additional monitoring (we used it for Marti backhaul) and R/C audio (also for the 1600).
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Re: I'm gettin' to be a 'Fossil'.

Post by RGORJANCE » Sat Sep 19, 2015 12:35 pm

"Now, just a minute", if I may quote the late Jack Benny.

I think one Fossil is more than enough. :lol: :lol:

Besides, I already had one episode of identity theft this month anyway.

Welcome to old age, may you be ache free for a long time to come. :lol:

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Re: Audio via Moseley NXE1. How?

Post by Dale H. Cook » Sat Sep 19, 2015 2:43 pm

It gets to be too confusing to have more than one forum member talking about being a fossil. Personally, "I'm a dinosaur" (with apologies to Fripp, Belew, and company).
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Re: Audio via Moseley NXE1. How?

Post by KPJL FM » Mon Sep 21, 2015 9:14 am

RGORJANCE wrote:"Now, just a minute", if I may quote the late Jack Benny....
Welcome to old age, may you be ache free for a long time to come. :lol:

Fossil
Too late, Fossil. and down one stroke already.
Dale H. Cook wrote:It gets to be too confusing to have more than one forum member talking about being a fossil. Personally, "I'm a dinosaur" (with apologies to Fripp, Belew, and company).
I heard the 'old fart' has been taken. Call me anything, just don't call me late for supper. :wink:
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