Announcing Stock of our QTB DB-25 to RJ-45 Adapters!
Both genders of ‘Tascam’ D-Sub are available, with 4-40 Captive Screws and Nuts.
AES72-Type 4E follows the wiring method originally used with WBS and QTP development.
Quickly convert a ‘Tascam’ AES-59 D-Sub connector to 2x RJ-45 and Cat5e/6 cabling.
Double PCB Base shrouds all exposed solder connections, eliminating any potential shorts when not used on Racked Components.
Available through Catherine North Electronics – one of the original testing spaces where QTP was used.
AES X246 proposal for standards is out from the SC-02-05 working group.
This give the working group an opportunity to comment on a pattern describing Pair order and caveats of using QTP.
Not letting anything out of the bag because the manufacturers are mixed around.
Something magical about the Quad choice. QTP-4-Everyone
I had an integrator call today asking what the compatible pin outs of the QTP-DB25 adapters were .
QTP-DB25M and QTP-DB25M use the Tascam DB25 Pinout.
Channels 1-4 terminate to one RJ45 and 5-8 to the other.
If you are using AES in and out the pin out is identical.
CH 1-4 are IN 1-4 and CH 5-8 are OUTPUT 5-8
The Third Compatible pin out is the Yamaha AES pin out. The QTP-DB25Y is only available in a male DB25 connector. The IN the first RJ45 and OUT the second.
All the RJ 45 connectors terminate to the TIA -B standard and use the following pair and polarity designation
Someone at NAB asked a great question:
“How does QTP hook up to Studio Hub?”
The answer is “perfectly” with a few Q-mandments broken….
Such a great question demanded it’s own forum
See more on the forum:
I know you’re curious about what QTP costs, There is a new button on the menu!
Click QTP-Cable Quote to receive an MSRP quote in Canadian Dollars