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Elite 192 ECR card

Elite 192 ECR card

Elite 192 ECR card

I have an Elite 192 with the ECR card in slot 8..When i do a test page ie. dial 56,57,and 58 i can hear relays working but no audio is coming out of MDF block.The audio pin outs in slot 8 for ECR are starting at pair 9(because i have a SLI in slot 7)..which should be speaker C..or zone 3...Is there any related programming i'm missing or do I have pin out numbers on 66 block wrong?....Thanks for you help.

RE: Elite 192 ECR card

The audio comes out of the front of the  ECR card's RCA Jack.

RE: Elite 192 ECR card

Thanks dontworx...I actually new the audio came out the RCA connector..The way you have to do is wire the take the paging audio out of RCA connector to the zone paging audio input on front of the ECR card (on the 16 pin connector)then use speaker outputs on card to amp's...Sorry i didnt make myself clear i was using zone paging.

Thanks again for your help..

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