No, unlike the DL32 which can be used as a mic splitter, the DL16's AES50 A and AES50 B cannot be sent respectively to two different consoles.

  • The A port is for 2 way audio and communication with connection to an X32/M32 console.
  • The B port is simply used to daisy-chain another DL16 unit to it, only the caveat being that you come out of the B port of the first unit and in to the A port of the next.

 However if you wish to share the audio across two consoles there is a detailed knowledge base article that highlights this process and its set up which is available to read here