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**zeug** Each of the 6 'switches' (aux channels) has 5 switches (busses) any one of which can be on or off (2 positions).

For instance aux 1 can have all of its 5 busses to the other 5 auxiliaries (2-6) open (sending audio) or closed, or any combination between. Likewise for aux 2 and so on.

So... does that mean aux 1 has $\displaystyle 2^5$ or 32 possible switching positions and thus all six auxiliaries together would have $\displaystyle 32^6$ or about a billion possible combinations?