Using the DBX ZonePro Program please name all inputs / outputs EXACTLY as follows:
Mics: ML? the ? = the input number. Example ML1 ML2 etc
Analog Inputs: S? the ? = the input number. Example S1 S2 etc
S/PDIF Inputs: SPDIF? the ? = the input number. Example SPDIF1 SPDIF2
Channel Outputs: Ch? the ? = the output number. Example Ch1 Ch2 etc etc
This driver ONLY works if ALL channels are in router mode. It will NOT work in mixer mode.
You must set up the entire ZonePro System with the Design Software. This means Mix and inputs, set any gains, set any outputs etc etc.
Once finished click once on the RTE for output 1 in the Zone Pro software. Then press shift cntrl O all at once and a box should pop up with a bunch of info in it
In the image below you can see a red high lighted area with the Address:b0, you will need to put the number in the Index property box in the driver. In this example the number is 24
Using the DBX ZonePro Designer program you will need to get the DBX Units Node Address. Since this is an IP driver it may be best to also assign a static IP address
1. Select Network
2. Select Properties
1. This is where the NODE ID and also the IP address is displayed.
2. Click Finish ( ONLY CLICK Finish if you are happy with the IP address it is on. I highly recommend setting a static IP address which you can do from this page. )
To set a static IP address click on the DBX Unit and then select Change Address then scroll down for additional instructions.
1. The NODE ID can be set at the top. 32 is Default.
2. Make sure the SET IP Box is checked and then assign an IP, Subnet and Gateway. The IP should be outside of your routers DHCP Range. The Subnet is typically 255.255.255.0 and then the gateway will typically be your routers IP address.
Once finished click Ok and then click Finish