Originally Posted by DougUSMC
I can't wait to hear what extra goodies the Core110c brings to the table.
I was talking to a cinema supplier when I ordered a 16 channel AES3 card a week ago, apparently the 110f & 110c product lines (still likely the same hardware) will continue to diverge as they optimize each line for their respective markets, so we will likely see a lot more cinema/audio style components added into the designer software to benefit the 110c/510c.
IDK how long we will be able to use the /cinema switch. In the future they may fork the code, however since there must be hundreds if not thousands of 250/500/3000's installed in cinemas already its likely that we will benefit from being able to run the cinema tweaks on our hardware regardless.
Comparing the specs sheet of the 110f & 110c the only real difference I see is that they have reduced the number of AEC (Acoustic Echo Cancellation) channels to 4 on the 110c, probably only useful on conference calls anyway.
Trinnov Altitude 32, LCR JBL M2, JBL LSR 708i, 705i, Q-SYS Core 110f, Amps- QSC CXD4.2Q, 4.3Q, 4.5Q
Kaleidescape Strato, Zapitti 4K HDR Duo, Xbox One X, 8TB Tivo Roamio Pro,
JVC RS600 + ISCO IIIL, 158" 2.40:1 AT screen, Calman 5 Enthusiast, i1 Pro 2, i1 Display Pro, Spyder 5, 3D LUT Box
Oppo UDP-203, BDP-105, Onkyo DAC-1000s, Onkyo DP-X1 DAP, QNAP TVS-871
Last edited by kingwiggi; 08-07-2018 at 10:02 AM.