hello, I need to know that roouter is compatible with audio fusion in the tp link brand thanks
We've not personally tested the TP-Link routers but the specs of the AC5400 look pretty good for only $279 on Amazon. You could probably do 7 or 8 devices with the AC3200 for only $139 but our recommendation would be to go for the AC5400. Feel free to send me an email if you have any other questions or want to test the software. firstname.lastname@example.org
I am interested in your beta option. I am a sound engineer for a multi site church in PA. We have begun to migrate off of an older Aviom system due to servicing issues. I recently purchased 1 Prosonus HP2 to evaluate as a viable asa replacement option.
That said, another sound engineer that I was speaking with directed me to your site and I must say I am very interested in reviewing AudioFusion SoundCaster as a good wireless monitor option.
Thank you for your consideration
I am the sound engineer for Decatur House of Prayer (modeled from IHOP KC) our goal is 24/7 worship music. At any given time, we have up to 12 musicians/singers on stage. We transition seamlessly between groups every 2 hours.- sound check on-the-fly. We currently use a Mackie DL32 sound system and run our Aviom system back through the 10 available AUX channels (we have 12, but 2 of them feed our mains) This leaves us 2 channels short, so some monitor mixes have to be combined. We are very interested in your system and would love more info. I have a few questions...
-Is there a setup that would allow us to have 12 separate in-ear mixes?
-Would each person have control of all 32 channels (not that we use all 32) in their in-ear mix?