We use a setup where two S16's are daisy-chained and connected to one AES50 port of the X32.
The whole setup is sync-locked.
The X32 was powered down and powered back up at a moment in time, while both S16's stayed on.
When this happened the connection between the X32 and the first S16 did not get back into a locked state again.
This resulted in a very silent situation and we had to reset the first S16 manually before the connection was re-established.
Imagine this would happen during a show where the FOH gets a short power drop and the console reboots.
Can you explain what happens in this situation and how to recover from it as fast as possible?
Could it be that the first S16 in the daisy-chain automatically becomes clock master for the daisy-chain when the X32 is lost and, as a result, the X32 can't re-lock the connection when it is recovered?