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Right now, the MIC Pre-Amps' remote is accessible from the HORUS/HAPI Web AcessAccess, from the Pramix Mixer and throught through Midi Pre which makes is supported for remote controls with application such as ProTools. That is true for any connection (even Pyramix).  Remote control over Oasis/Eucon/HUI etc will be integrated later.

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We would not expect that a user would normally experience any audible shift in quality between Line and Mic modes. There are some minor changes in the Frequency response, depending on the gain settings of each, which can be measured. But, those will occur in frequency bands either above 100kHz or below 10Hz, thus way outside the audible range. 
As an addendum to this point, since the Line input must be attenuated to cope with signals coming in at levels above +13dBu, which is what is presented to the AD converter for 0dBFS, this adaptation process uses resistive division, which will in turn slightly higher the noise floor in Line mode due to the thermal resistor noise. Thus, if you can be assured that the Line level signal presented to the analogue inputs will not exceed +13dBu, there is then a very slight advantage in setting the input to Mic mode instead. Similarly, we would not recommend to engage the PAD in Mic mode, if not required, for the very same reason.

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100 Meters is the GbE (Gigabit Ethernet) maximum distance specifiationspecification. For longer distances we recommend either inserting Gigabit Ethernet switches at regular distances less than 100 meters, using them as repeaters or better Copper to Optical (Ethernet to Fiber) adapters at each end (can be used with optical fibers up to roughly 600 meters or 2000 feet on a single hop.). A good reference starting point where this is all explained briefly is: http://techin.oureverydaylife.com/difference-between-normal-ethernet-cables-fiber-optic-2401.html
Customers should refer to the specs of the manufacturers of the CAT5e or CAT6 cables that they deployed or plan to use, as Merging only support those cables.

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We've deployed RAVENNA under MassCore with an equivalent capacity of 384 x 24-bit channels equivalent at 1 FS (ie 44.1 or 48 kHz) and this bi-directionally. That corresponds to 48 channels at DXD or 384 kHz rates. Refer to our recommended RAVENNA configurations.  Detailled  Detailed Computer installation guides are also available for the validated configurations, contact support@merging.com

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