FAQ | If AES67 is in the link, will the latency be the same, shorter or longer?
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The mandated AES67 1ms latency is the same as the Q-LAN 1ms latency; however, Total System Latency may vary with AES67 source and endpoints depending upon their architecture, A/D and D/A performance.
Every manufacturer must implement the mandated 1ms option in order to ensure compatibility with all other AES67 devices; this is the default setting in the AES67 components within Q-SYS Designer Software. Q-LAN v5.3 upwards also uses 1ms point-to-point for its network latency.
Total system latency is the sum of all A/D, D/A, network and processing latencies and those figures may vary from product to product. Q-SYS v5.3 upwards offers a fixed total system latency of 3.167ms for any analog input to any analog output.