Broadcast Tools ProMix 12 Specifications

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Installation and Operation Manual
ProMix 12
Full-featured 12 Input Audio Mixing Console
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INTRODUCTION
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DESCRIPTION
The ProMix 12 is a full-featured audio mixing console ideally suited for the typical
broadcast studio or any similar application. It features inputs for 3 microphones and
9 stereo line sources, two stereo mixing buses, a “mix-minus” output, a mono output, and comprehensive cue and monitoring systems. Other functions include an
announce booth output with full duplex talkback, accurate audio level metering,
remote control of mic channels and remote-start facilities on all line input channels
INSTALLATION
(See Figure 1 for connectors and controls (x) referenced in the text.)
AUDIO CONNECTIONS
MIC INPUTS
The ProMix 12 has inputs for up to 3 microphones. Microphones should be lowimpedance professional units with balanced outputs. Dynamic microphones are
suggested. Powered condenser microphones can be used, although the console does
not provide phantom power. Connect microphones to the female XLR connectors
(1) on the rear of the console. The mic plug should be wired as follows:
PIN 1: Ground
PIN 2: Hi
PIN 3: Lo.
MIC PROCESS INSERT
The ProMix 12 provides for the insertion of external microphone processing equipment, e.g, a mic limiter or equalizer. External mic procession equipment should be
interfaced via the TRS Mic Process Insert jacks (2). These jacks provide a means of
inserting processing gear just after the console’s mic preamps, but before the mic
channel faders. The mic preamp output and return circuits are unbalanced, at a nominal level of –10dbm. Wire the mating TRS plug as follows:
TIP:
To processor input (from mic preamp output)
RING:
From processor output (to console fader input)
SLEEVE:
Ground.
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LINE INPUTS
The ProMix 12 accommodates up to 9 stereo “line level” sources. Source equipment
can be either balanced or unbalanced, operating at either professional (+4dBm) or
consumer (-10dBm) levels. It is connected via the Line Input TRS jacks (3). The
upper jacks are for Left channel inputs; the lower jacks are for Right channel inputs.
Mating TRS plugs should be wired as followed:
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Unbalanced sources: TIP:
RING:
SLEEVE:
Hi (or “hot” lead)
(leave unconnected)
Ground (or shield)
Balanced sources:
TIP:
Hi
RING:
Lo
SLEEVE:
Ground
Note: The console terminates the Lo input to ground via a 1K resistor. In some
cases, connecting the Lo audio lead to Ground will produce a slightly higher audio
level. However, check the manual of the source equipment to be certain grounding
the Lo output lead will not cause damage. It is generally OK to do so on older transformer-coupled outputs; active (transformerless) outputs may or may not permit this.
USING A TELEPHONE HYBRID
If the console will be interfaced to a telephone hybrid (for broadcasting telephone
calls), the Receive (“caller”) output of the hybrid should be fed into Channel 4. This
is because the Mix Minus output of the console contains ALL line sources mixed to
the Program bus, except for Channel 4. The” Program-minus-caller” Mix Minus
output is normally fed back to the hybrid’s send input. The caller will therefore be
able to hear all program sources mixed on the Program bus, minus him.
AIR MONITOR INPUT
The console provides a Monitor Air input (4) that can be used to feed an off-air monitor into the console’s Monitor system. This input is electrically identical to the
other Line channel inputs, and should be connected the same way. Any tuner or
demodulator can be used.
MAIN MIX BUS OUTPUTS
The console’s six main mixing bus outputs appear on male XLR connectors (5). All
outputs are electronically balanced; each will drive a 600-ohm load. The nominal
level is +4dBm. Connect as follows:
PIN 1: Ground
PIN 2: Hi
PIN 3: Lo
Note: To feed an unbalanced load, connect to Pins 1 & 2 only. DO NOT SHORT
PIN 3 TO GROUND. It is not necessary to terminate any console outputs.
MONITOR OUTPUT
The console’s Monitor outputs (6) are via a TRS jack. These outputs are unbalanced, and will drive 600-ohm loads. (Termination is not necessary.) The nominal
level is –10dBm. Connect the mating TRS plug as follows:
TIP:
Left Monitor output
RING:
Right Monitor output
SLEEVE
Ground
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BOOTH OUTPUT
The console provides a secondary Booth monitor output (7) that can be used to drive
headphones worn by an announcer in an “announce booth”. This output, via TRS
jack, will drive headphones of 300 ohms or higher. (Termination is not necessary.)
The nominal output level is 0dBm. The mating TRS plus should be wired as follows:
TIP:
Left Booth output
RING:
Right Booth output
SLEEVE:
Ground
CUE/TALKBACK OUTPUTS
The console provides outputs to drive external amplified speakers for monitoring the
Cue bus and Talkback circuit (8). Using the Cue output is optional, as the Cue bus
can be monitored via the Monitor system (with the CueMix function) as well as via
the Phones output. The Talkback output must be connected to an external (amplified) speaker if this feature is to be used. The Cue and Talkback outputs are unbalanced and will drive 600-ohm loads to a nominal level of –10dBm. (Termination is
not necessary.) Inexpensive “computer speakers” are ideal for use with the Cue and
Talkback outputs (audio quality unimportant). The mating TRS plug should be
wired as follows:
TIP:
Cue output
RING:
Talkback output
SLEEVE:
Ground
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CONTROL INTERFACE
MIC 2 & 3 REMOTE CONTROL
The console provides for remote control of Mic 2 and Mic 3 via the Mic 2 & 3
Remote Control connector (9).
This 15-pin D connector should be wired according to Figure 2.
Note that “cough switches” for Microphones 2 & 3 can be installed for use by the console operator if these microphones will be used in the studio. If these cough switches
are not used, jumpers must be installed as shown between pins 9 & 10 and between
pins 13 & 15. Microphones 2 & 3 will not operate if these jumpers are missing.
Cough switches can also be installed for remote use, as shown connected to the
remote Microphone ON switches. If the “cough switches” are not used, jumper
wires must be installed in their place.
LEDs can be used to show “Mic ON”; be sure to include the 1K resistor as shown.
(This value can be changed to set LED brightness.)
The Talkback function allows the booth announcer to talk directly to the console
operator (off-air) via the Talkback system.
The MUTE TALLY output on pin 4 provides a means of switching external equipment when the monitor mutes. This circuit goes to +12v (HI) when the monitor is
muted. It can be used to operate “ON AIR” warning light controllers, etc.
LINE CHANNEL REMOTE CONTROL
The console provides 9 momentary SPST switches than can used for “remote start”
of line channel source equipment, e.g, CD players, tape decks, etc. Interface to these
switches is via Line Channel Remote Starts connector (10), a 25-pin D connector.
WARNING: The maximum voltage that can be applied to Remote Start switches is
24vdc @ 100ma or less. DO NOT EXCEED THIS RATING. NEVER CONNECT
THESE CIRCUITS TO A 110 VOLT AC LINE! Connect the mating 25-pin D connector according to Figure 3.
POWER INPUT
Plug the console’s external power supply into the Power jack (11). Do not use any
power supply not supplied with the console. The power supply is a “universal input”
type, and can be used with any AC input voltage between 100 and 250 VAC, either
50Hz or 60Hz. No changes to the power supply are needed. The AC mains cord
must have a connector appropriate for the AC socket being used.
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ADJUSTMENTS AND SETUP
MICROPHONE GAIN ADJUSTMENT
Each of the 3 Mic input channels has a GAIN adjustment (12) to optimize the mic
preamp gain for the microphones being used. The gain can be varied over a 20dB
range. Use a small screwdriver to adjust the gain trimmers as needed. Mic gain is
properly adjusted when the preamp output (accessible via the TIP of the Mic Process
Insert (2) TRS jacks) is about –10dBm when speaking into the microphone. To
quickly set mic gain, follow these steps:
1.
Assign the Mic channel to the Program bus.
2.
Set the Mic channel fader to –15db.
3.
Speak into the microphone; set gain so that voice peaks read a
bout 0VU on the console VU meters.
MIC CHANNEL MONITOR MUTE PROGRAMMING
The console’s Monitor system can be programmed so that when Mic 2 and/or Mic 3
are on, the audio output from the Monitor system is muted. If Mic 2 or Mic 3 is
located in the same studio as the Monitor speakers, the Monitor system should mute
to prevent acoustic feedback when the mic is on. Programming Mic 2 and/or Mic 3
to mute the Monitor system is done by installing jumper wires on the Mic 2 & 3
Remote Control connector (9). See Figure 2. To enable Mic 2 monitor mute, install
a jumper between pins 3 & 11.
To enable Mic 3 monitor mute, install a jumper between pins 7 & 11.
TALKBACK MIC INPUT
The console includes a Talkback system that permits the console operator to speak
to an announcer who is wearing headphones connected to the Booth output. When
the TALKBACK button is pressed, the “normal” audio being fed to the Booth output is interrupted and is overridden by audio from the Talkback circuit. Because Mic
1 is normally used as the “console operator mic”, Mic 1 is used to talk back to the
Booth announcer. Another audio source can be substituted for Mic 1 (e.g, an intercom output) if necessary. See Figure 2 (Section 2.2.1). The jumper between pin 12
and pin 8 should be removed. External Talkback audio can be fed into pin 8. This
input is unbalanced; the nominal input level should be about –10dBm.
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LINE CHANNEL GAIN ADJUSTMENT
Each of the console’s nine Line channel inputs has an Input Sensitivity switch (13)
that must be set according to the source equipment being used with each Line channel input. These switches can be operated using the eraser-end of a pencil. There
are two settings: OUT and IN. Set the switches OUT for professional levels, e.g,
+4dBm or +8dBm; set switches IN for use with “consumer” equipment operating at
about –10dBv. (The Line channel inputs are bridging and will not load source
equipment.)
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OPERATION
(See Figure 4 for controls (x) referenced in the text.)
Operation of the ProMix 12 is simple and straightforward. Audio sources can be
mixed to the Program and/or Audition buses. Line channels can be also be fed to
the Cue bus. The console’s outputs can be monitored via the Monitor system and
VU meters. The console operator can also use headphones, plugged into the Phones
output. A separate Booth output can feed headphones used by a booth announcer.
The console operator can talk to the booth announcer using the Talkback function;
the booth announcer can respond using the Talkback feature in the announce booth.
MIC INPUT CHANNELS
Mic channels are turned on and off using the Mic ON/OFF buttons (1). When a mic
is on, the “ON” LED (4) will be illuminated. Mic audio can be assigned to the
Program bus using the PGM button (2). The AUD button (3) assigns mic channel
audio to the Audition bus. Both buses can be used simultaneously. The relative mix
level is determined by the FADER (5). The “normal” position is –15dB, which
yields 15dB of “in hand” gain.
Mic 1 is pre-programmed to mute the Monitor system when Mic 1 is on. Mics 2 and
3 can be user-programmed to mute the Monitor system if necessary. (See Section 3.2.)
LINE INPUT CHANNELS
Line channels are assigned to the Program and/or Audition bus using the PGM buttons (2) and AUD buttons (3). Both buses can be used simultaneously. Line channels can be “previewed” by using the Cue bus. Pressing the CUE button (7) will
override other bus assignments, and send the audio to the Cue system (pre-fader).
The relative mix level of line sources is determined by the FADER (6). The “normal” position is -15dB, which yields 15 dB of “in hand” gain. Line channel source
equipment can be remotely started using the START button (8) directly below each
line channel fader.
MONITOR SYSTEM
The console’s main mix buses (PGM, AUD, and CUE) can be monitored via the
Monitor system. In addition, audio from an off-air monitor can be heard through
the Monitor system. A unique feature of the PROMIX 12is the “CueMix” system,
whereby audio on the CUE bus can be heard through the Monitor system, providing
the console operator Cue bus audio that is superior that coming from the traditional
“cue speaker” found on most other consoles. Other Monitor functions include the
ability to switch the Monitor output to monaural (to check for phase errors) and a
DIM function that instantly lowers the Monitor output by 20dB.
Two buttons determine what is normally heard on the Monitor system.
The
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PGM/AUD button (9) selects either the Program or Audition bus. If the button is up,
the Program bus is heard; if the button is down, the Audition bus is heard, provided
that the BUS/AIR button (10) is up. If the BUS/AIR button (10) is down, the
PGM/AUD selection is overridden, and the audio source fed into the Monitor Air
input will be heard. This is normally fed with an off-air demodulator or tuner for
monitoring the station’s transmitted signal.
The Monitor system volume is adjusted using the Monitor FADER (11). The (external) monitor amplifier should be adjusted so that the Monitor system produces adequate volume with the Monitor fader set to about –15dB. The Monitor DIM button
(13) attenuates the monitor volume by 20dB.
The MONI MONO button (14) combines the Monitor output to monaural. This is
useful for checking mono compatibility of stereo signals. Note that this button
affects only the monitor audio; it has no effect on the main mix bus outputs.
CUE SYSTEM AND “QUEMIX”
One unique feature of the ProMix 12 is the CueMix system. This allows the console operator to listen to audio signals on the CUE bus through the main monitor
speakers, rather than the usual small ineffective “cue speaker” found on most broadcast consoles.
To use the CueMix feature (for example, to preview a track on a CD), follow these steps:
1. Put the CD player’s line input channel in CUE mode by pressing it’s CUE
button (7).
2. Turn the CueMix feature ON, by pushing the QMIX button (12) down.
The Monitor system will dim, reducing “normal” bus audio by 20dB; CUE bus
audio will be heard through the right monitor speaker. Adjust Cue audio level
using the CUE LEVEL control (24). Preview the source as needed.
3. Once the CD is “ready for air”, release the QMIX button and the CUE button
for the CD player channel. The Monitor system will return to normal operation.
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The Cue system can also used in a “conventional” manner with the addition of an
external (amplified) cue speaker, connected via the CUE/TB output jack. (See
Section 2.9.) The audio level at this jack is controlled by the CUE LEVEL control
(24). This Cue audio output mutes whenever the Monitor system is muted.
The cue bus can also be heard via the console operators PHONES output. (See
Section 4.5)
PHONES OUTPUT
The console operator can monitor the console’s Monitor output via the PHONES
jack (15). Medium-impedance headphones of 32 ohms or higher can be used. Do
not use older 8-ohm headphones. The MONI/CUE button (16) determines what is
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heard through the headphones. If this button is up, the headphones will “follow”
whatever audio source is selected for the Monitor system. If the button is down, the
headphones will monitor the Cue bus. The headphone volume is adjusted with the
PHONES control (17).
BOOTH OUTPUT
The console provides a secondary headphone output for use by an announcer in an
“announce booth”. The MONI/AUD button (18) determines what the booth
announcer hears. If the button is up, the announcer will hear the same audio heard
by the console operator via the Monitor system. If the MONI/AUD button (18) is
down, the announcer will hear the Audition bus output. This allows the Audition bus
to be used to create a special “announcer mix”. The Booth headphone level is
adjusted with the BOOTH control (19).
Use headphones with an impedance of 32 ohms or higher. Do not use older 8-ohm
headphones.
TALKBACK SYSTEM
The console includes a full-duplex Talkback system that allows the console operator to converse with the booth announcer, off-air. (To use the system in duplex
mode, an external amplified speaker must be connected to the TB OUTPUT as
described in Section 2.9.) If the TALKBACK button (20) is pressed and held down,
the “normal” audio feeding the Booth output is overridden with audio from Mic 1
(the console operator’s mic). The booth announcer can respond by pressing the
remote TALKBACK button (connected per Figure 2; see Section 2.2.1.) The console operator via the Talkback speaker will hear the announcer’s mic. (One-way
operation is possible without using the Talkback speaker. The console operator can
still speak to the announcer, however the announcer cannot reply.)
MONO OUTPUT
The console includes a Mono output that provides a summed (L+R) signal of either
the Program or Audition bus. The MONO OUT: PGM/AUD button (21) determines
which bus is sent to the Mono output. If this button is up, the Program bus fed to
the Mono output; if it is down, the Audition bus is fed to the Mono output. The
Mono output is always at the same level at the Program and Audition bus outputs.
MIX-MINUS OUTPUT
The console’s Mix-Minus output is a monaural mix of all sources assigned to the
Program bus, except for Line channel #4. This input should be used for the
“Receive” (caller) audio from a telephone hybrid. The Mix-Minus output is therefore the same as the Program mix, minus the caller. This Mix-Minus signal is normally fed back into the hybrid’s “Send” input.
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VU METERS
The ProMix 12 features accurate VU meters (23) to monitor the main bus output levels. Using the VU METER can meter either the Program or Audition bus:
PGM/AUD button (22). If the button is up, the Program bus is metered; if it is
down, the Audition bus is metered. Mix levels should be adjusted so most peaks
read about 0VU. The meters are calibrated so that 0VU equals +4dBm on the main
bus outputs.
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SPECIFICATIONS
AUDIO INPUTS & OUTPUTS
MIC inputs:
MIC Process:
LINE inputs:
AIR input:
MAIN outputs:
MONITOR output:
BOOTH output:
PHONES output:
CUE/TB outputs:
AUDIO PERFORMANCE
Frequency response:
Mic channel EIN:
Output noise:
Distortion:
Input headroom:
Output headroom:
Crosstalk:
-60dBm to –40dBm, 10K, balanced
Post-preamp loop-thru: -10dBm, unbalanced
-10dBv or +4dBm, 10K, balanced or unbalanced
-10dBv or +4dBm, 10K, balanced or unbalanced
+4dBm, balanced. 600 ohm load. Max output: +24dBm
(6x)
-10dBm nom, unbalanced. 600 ohm load. Max output:
+20dBm
-6dBm nom, unbalanced. 32 ohm load. Max output:
+20dBm
-6dBm nom, unbalanced. 32 ohm load. Max output:
+20dBm
-10dBm, unbalanced. 5K load. Max output: +10dBm
20Hz-15kHz, +/- 0.5dB
-125dBm; 75dB S/N with 50dB preamp gain typical
75dB below nom output level, 1 Mic channel on.
80dB below nom output level, 1 Line channel on.
.02% THD, IM at nom output level; .01% at max level
30dB (pre fader)
20dB (post fader)
65dB @ 1kHz
POWER REQUIREMENTS
AC input:
Power supply:
Ground:
Approvals:
100 to 250 VAC, 11 watts.
Supplied switching supply
Chassis grounded to mains ground via power supply cable
UL1950, CSA950,TUV/IEC950
PHYSICAL
Size:
Weight:
Options:
18’W x 10.5”D x 4”H
10 lbs
Rack mount adaptors.
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Level
SW
-10/+4
LEGEND
RT
LT
AIR Mon
XLR
SW
Level
CUE
SW
LED
SW
Off/On
-10/+4
Chan 4-12
RT
LT
Line Inputs
Chan 1-3
Trimmer
Mic-Pre
Date Modified: 05/16/07 Rev A & B
MIC
SW
AUD
SW
PGM
SW
AUD
SW
PGM
T/R/S 1/4”
SW
PGM
AUD
SW
VU Meter
SW
BUS
AIR
VU Meter
SW
QMix
Booth
Phones
CUE
SW
SW
SW
Talk
Back
(Minus Chan. 4)
Moni
MONO DIM
Balanced Output Stage
SW
Moni AUD
SW
Moni CUE
Moni
Level
Fader
AUD
SW
PGM
(MONO)
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Functional Diagram
Full-Featured 12 Input Audio Mixing Console
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Mix-Minus
Booth Out
Phones
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CUE Out
Monitor Out
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MONO
Unbalanced Output Stage
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PGM
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ProMix 12 Installation and Operation Manual
CAUTION!
Broadcast Tools
products, as any electronic device, can fail
...
NOTE:
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WEBSITE:
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ProMix 12 Installation and Operation Manual
CAUTION!
Broadcast Tools
products, as any electronic device, can fail
...
NOTE:
For safety, DO NOT
connect ...
! TIP
Helpful tips area.
WEBSITE:
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product updates and
additional information.
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ProMix 12 Installation and Operation Manual
CAUTION!
Broadcast Tools
products, as any electronic device, can fail
...
NOTE:
For safety, DO NOT
connect ...
! TIP
Helpful tips area.
WEBSITE:
Visit our web site for
product updates and
additional information.
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