ISA 220 Session Pack
We do not advise this since both outputs share the same power source. There is no problem in using one of the digital outputs and the analogue output at the same time however.
The ISA 220 does not have a memory chip so if you turn it off and back on again, all of the buttons will default to their initial setting.
This could be caused by the 20/24dB switch on the ADC card of one unit being set differently to the other. This switch alters the dBFS calibration so that 0dBFS can be equivalent to +20dBu or +24dBu...
The limiter has a fixed threshold of +20dBu so will not become active unless the output level reaches this (it's purpose is to prevent overload of the optional A/D converter so the 'active' LED...