SRP-X700P RS-232C Interface Manual 1st Edition Digital Powered Mixer

SRP-X700P RS-232C Interface Manual 1st Edition Digital Powered Mixer

Digital Powered Mixer

SRP-X700P

RS-232C Interface Manual

1st Edition

Issued: 7/2002

 2002 Sony Sound Communications Inc.

Overview

This is the Interface Manual for the Sony SRP-X700P Digital Powered Mixer. This protocol is designed to control the SRP-X700P Digital

Powered Mixer from an externally connected computer. Read this manual together with Operating Instructions.

Caution

The material contained in this manual consists of information that is the property of Sony Corporation and is intended solely for use by the purchasers of the equipment described in this manual.

Sony Corporation expressly prohibits the duplication of any portion of this manual or the use thereof for any purpose other than the operation or maintenance of the equipment described in this manual without the express written permission of Sony Corporation.

Numeric expression and nomenclature of character

The numeric values followed by [H] indicate the hexadecimal numbers. Other numeric values are the decimal values.

The characters surrounded by apostrophes (‘ ’) indicate the hexadecimal numbers converted the by the ASCII code.

Connecting Computer

Connect the COM port of a computer to the REMOTE RS-232C terminal of the SRP-X700P Digital Powered Mixer.

The REMOTE RS-232C terminal of the SRP-X700P Digital Powered Mixer has the following specifications.

Terminal shape : D-SUB 9-pins, male, inch-sized screws

Electrical specifications : Conforms to the RS-232C standard

Connection :

Pin No.

1

2

5

6

3

4

7

8

9

Name

F.G

RXD

TXD

DTR

GND

DSR

RTS

CTS

OPEN

SRP-X700P

REMOTE RS-232C terminal

Name

RXD

TXD

GND

Pin No.

2

3

5

1 2 3 4 5

6 7 8 9

Computer COM port

(for D-SUB 9-pins male connector)

Pin No.

3

2

5

Name

TXD

RXD

GND

Communication Format

The communication format is described below.

Baud rate : 9600 bps

Communication mode : Half-duplex start stop system (asynchronous)

Data length : 8 bits

Parity

Stop bit

: Odd

: 1 bit

Flow control : None

– 2 –

Communication Protocol

The communication protocol is described below.

• When the SRP-X700P has received a command from computer successfully, the SRP-X700P returns “ACK” (Acknowledge). When the

SRP-X700P fails to process the command due to reception error or others, it returns “NAK” (Not Acknowledge).

• When a computer has sent a command, the computer should wait “ACK” or “NAK” to be returned from the SRP-X700P. Upon receipt of the return, a computer can send the next command.

• If a computer does not receive any return even after 1000 ms has elapsed since the transmission of a command, it means that the SRP-

X700P has not received the command normally. A computer should re-send the command again.

• A command transmission from a computer should be completed within 500 ms.

If transmission of a command cannot be completed within 500 ms, the command will not be processed and “NAK” will be returned.

• When a computer receives “NAK” during transmission of a command, a computer should stop sending the command immediately.

Handshake Code

ACK: 40[H] ( ‘A’ )

When the SRP-X700P has received and processed the command from an external computer successfully, it returns “ACK” notifying that the command is executed. There are cases that other data are added to “ACK” and are returned together depending on the command.

Refer to Command Reference for details.

NAK: 4E[H] ( ‘N’ )

When the SRP-X700P fails to process the command supplied from an external computer, it returns “NAK” to a computer.

DELIMITER: 0D[H] ( ‘CR’ )

The SRP-X700P adds the delimiter code 0D [H] (equivalent to the carriage return of the ASCII code) to the last byte of all commands.

Communication Packet Format

Communication packet has the variable data length.

A communication packet consists of command, parameter and delimiter as shown below.

Example; When selecting C with LINE4 SELECT.

43[H] 53[H] 45[H] 4C[H] 33[H] 0D[H] (‘C S E L 3 CR’)

1

2

3

Command

Parameter

Delimiter

1. Command

A command consists of the four bytes.

2. Parameter

Length of a parameter changes depending on command.

Refer to Command Reference for details.

3. Delimiter

The SRP-X700P adds the delimiter code 0D [H] (equivalent to the carriage return of the ASCII code) to the last byte of all commands.

– 3 –

Command Reference

Basic Control Commands

The group of the Basic Control Commands contains 12 commands that enable you to perform the basic operations such as changing the sound volume, switching the LINE4 SELECTOR of the SRP-X700P and others.

CONTROL S: 43[H] 52[H] 43[H] 53[H] (‘CRCS’)

This command is used to control an external equipment that is connected to the CONTROL S terminal of the SRP-X700P.

• Packet format

43[H] 52[H] 43[H] 53[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

The parameter consists of the two-byte data in the following order.

byte

1st

2nd

Parameter name

CHANNEL

REMOTE COMMAND

• Channel

Specify the equipment to which you want to send the command.

CHANNEL

LINE 3 INPUT

LINE 4A INPUT

LINE 4B INPUT

LINE 4C INPUT

LINE 4D INPUT

LINE 4E INPUT

LINE 4F INPUT

LINE 4 INPUT

31[H] ( ‘1’ )

32[H] ( ‘2’ )

33[H] ( ‘3’ )

34[H] ( ‘4’ )

35[H] ( ‘5’ )

36[H] ( ‘6’ )

37[H] ( ‘7’ )

38[H] ( ‘8’ )

When LINE 4 INPUT is specified, a remote command is sent to the channel that is currently selected by LINE 4 input.

– 4 –

• Remote command

Specify the command that you want to send.

REMOTE COMMAND

Stop sending

PLAY

PA USE

STOP

F. F.

REW.

REC

NEXT

PREV.

POWER ON

POWER STANDBY

30[H] ( ‘0’ )

31[H] ( ‘1’ )

32[H] ( ‘2’ )

33[H] ( ‘3’ )

34[H] ( ‘4’ )

35[H] ( ‘5’ )

36[H] ( ‘6’ )

37[H] ( ‘7’ )

38[H] ( ‘8’ )

39[H] ( ‘9’ )

3A[H] ( ‘:’ )

Because the SRP-X700P keeps sending the CONTROL S signal since its starts sending the “REMOTE COMMAND” of 31[H] - 3A[H] until it the “Stop sending command” 30[H] is sent, the computer must surely send the “Stop sending command” 30[H] after it sends the command of 31[H] - 3A[H] once.

Example: When activating PLAY (playback) of LINE3

43[H] 52[H] 43[H] 53[H] 31[H] 31[H] 0D[H] (‘C R C S 1 1 CR’)

LEVEL DOWN: 43[H] 4C[H] 56[H] 2D[H] (‘CLV–’)

This command is used to decrease the sound volume of the specified channel.

When this command is sent, the sound volume keeps decreasing. When the LEVEL UP/DOWN STOP command that is described later, is sent, the sound volume stops decreasing.

Variable range of a sound volume is from –

∞ to +10 dB when the sound volume is set to the reference level 0 dB.

• Packet format

43[H] 4C[H] 56[H] 2D[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

Specify the channel that you want to use, as the parameter.

CHANNEL

MIC1/WL1 INPUT

MIC2/WL2 INPUT

MIC3 INPUT

MIC4 INPUT

MIC5/LINE1 INPUT

MIC6/LINE2 INPUT

LINE 3 INPUT

LINE 4 INPUT

LINE OUTPUT1

LINE OUTPUT2

LINE OUTPUT3

LINE OUTPUT4

30[H] ( ‘0 ’ )

31[H] ( ‘1 ’ )

32[H] ( ‘2 ’ )

33[H] ( ‘3 ’ )

34[H] ( ‘4

’ )

35[H] ( ‘5

’ )

36[H] ( ‘6 ’ )

37[H] ( ‘7 ’ )

38[H] ( ‘8 ’ )

39[H] ( ‘9 ’ )

3A[H] ( ‘: ’ )

3B[H] ( ‘; ’ )

CHANNEL

LINE OUTPUT5

LINE OUTPUT6

LINE OUTPUT7

LINE OUTPUT8

MASTER A

MASTER B

REMOTE 1

REMOTE 2

REMOTE 3

REMOTE 4

REMOTE 5

REMOTE 6

3C[H] ( ‘< ’ )

3D[H] ( ‘= ’ )

3E[H] ( ‘> ’ )

3F[H] ( ‘?

’ )

40[H] ( ‘@

’ )

41[H] ( ‘A

’ )

42[H] ( ‘B ’ )

43[H] ( ‘C ’ )

44[H] ( ‘D ’ )

45[H] ( ‘E ’ )

46[H] ( ‘F ’ )

47[H] ( ‘G ’ )

Example: When decreasing the sound volume of LINE4

43[H] 4C[H] 56[H] 2D[H] 37[H] 0D[H] (‘C L V - 7 CR’)

– 5 –

LEVEL UP: 43[H] 4C[H] 56[H] 2B[H] (‘CLV+’)

This command is used to increase the sound volume of the specified channel.

When this command is sent, the sound volume keeps increasing. When the LEVEL UP/DOWN STOP command that is described later, is sent, the sound volume stops increasing.

Variable range of a sound volume is from –

∞ to +10 dB when the sound volume is set to the reference level 0 dB.

• Packet format

43[H] 4C[H] 56[H] 2B[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

Same as that of the LEVEL DOWN command.

Example: When increasing the sound volume of MIC 3 INPUT

43[H] 4C[H] 56[H] 2B[H] 32[H] 0D[H] (‘C L V + 2 CR’)

LEVEL UP/DOWN STOP: 43[H] 4C[H] 56[H] 53[H] (‘CLVS’)

This command is used to stop increasing or to stop decreasing the sound volume caused by the LEVEL UP command and the LEVEL

DOWN command.

• Packet format

43[H] 4C[H] 56[H] 53[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

Same as that of LEVEL UP command.

Example: When stopping increasing/decreasing the sound volume of LINE4

43[H] 4C[H] 56[H] 53[H] 37[H] 0D[H] (‘C L V S 7 CR’)

LINE 4 SELECT: 43[H] 53[H] 45[H] 4C[H] (‘CSEL’)

This command is used to select the desired channel (A to F) for the LINE 4 input terminal.

• Packet format

43[H] 53[H] 45[H] 4C[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

Specify the channel that you want to select, as the parameter.

E

F

C

D

A

B

CHANNEL

OFF 30[H] ( ‘0’ )

31[H] ( ‘1’ )

32[H] ( ‘2’ )

33[H] ( ‘3’ )

34[H] ( ‘4’ )

35[H] ( ‘5’ )

36[H] ( ‘6’ )

Example: When selecting the channel-B of the LINE4 input terminal.

43[H] 53[H] 45[H] 4C[H] 32[H] 0D[H] (‘C S E L 2 CR’)

– 6 –

MUTING: 43[H] 4D[H] 55[H] 54[H] (‘CMUT’)

This command is used to mute the specified channel or cancel muting of the specified channel.

• Packet format

43[H] 4D[H] 55[H] 54[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

The parameter consists of the two-byte data in the following order.

byte

1st

2nd

Parameter name

CHANNEL

MUTING

• Channel

Same as that of LEVEL UP command.

• Muting

MUTING

CANCEL MUNTING

MUTING

40[H] ( ‘@’ )

41[H] ( ‘A’ )

Example: When muting REMOTE1

43[H] 4D[H] 55[H] 54[H]42[H] 41[H] 0D[H] (‘C M U T B A CR’)

PARALLEL OUTPUT OFF: 43[H] 50[H] 4F[H] 46[H] (‘CPOF’)

This command is used to turn off OUTPUT of the REMOTE PARALLEL terminals separately of the SRP-X700P.

• Packet format

43[H] 50[H] 4F[H] 46[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

Specify any single channel that you want to turn off, as the parameter.

CHANNEL

3

4

1

2

5

6

7

8

9

10

31[H] ( ‘1’ )

32[H] ( ‘2’ )

33[H] ( ‘3’ )

34[H] ( ‘4’ )

35[H] ( ‘5’ )

36[H] ( ‘6’ )

37[H] ( ‘7’ )

38[H] ( ‘8’ )

39[H] ( ‘9’ )

3A[H] ( ‘:’ )

Example: When turning off channel 2

43[H] 50[H] 4F[H] 46[H] 32[H] 0D[H] (‘C P O F 2 CR’)

– 7 –

PARALLEL OUTPUT ON: 43[H] 50[H] 4F[H] 4E[H] (‘CPON’)

This command is used to turn on OUTPUT of the REMOTE PARALLEL terminals separately of the SRP-X700P.

• Packet format

43[H] 50[H] 4F[H] 4E[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

Same as that of the PARALLEL OUT OFF command.

Example: When turning on channel 1

43[H] 50[H] 4F[H] 4E[H] 31[H] 0D[H] (‘C P O N 1 CR’)

PROJECTOR POWER CONTROL: 43[H] 50[H] 4A[H] 50[H] (‘CPJP’)

This command is used to turn on the power or to set the power standby of the projected that is connected to the PROJECTOR CONTROL terminal of the SRP-X700P.

• Packet format

43[H] 50[H] 4A[H] 50[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

Specify either POWER ON or POWER STANDBY as the parameter.

POWER

STANDBY

ON

40[H] ( ‘@’ )

41[H] ( ‘A’ )

Example: When turning on the power of projector

43[H] 50[H] 4A[H] 50[H]41[H] 0D[H] (‘C P J P A CR’)

– 8 –

SCENE RECALL: 43[H] 52[H] 43[H] 4C[H] (‘CRCL’)

This command is used to recall the desired scene.

• Packet format

43[H] 52[H] 43[H] 4C[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

Specify the scene number that you want to use, as the parameter.

• Scene No.

Specify the scene number that you want to use.

7

8

9

10

4

5

6

2

3

SCENE No.

1 31[H] ( ‘1’ )

32[H] ( ‘2’ )

33[H] ( ‘3’ )

34[H] ( ‘4’ )

35[H] ( ‘5’ )

36[H] ( ‘6’ )

37[H] ( ‘7’ )

38[H] ( ‘8’ )

39[H] ( ‘9’ )

3A[H] ( ‘:’ )

17

18

19

20

14

15

16

SCENE No.

11

12

13

3B[H] ( ‘;’ )

3C[H] ( ‘<’ )

3D[H] ( ‘=’ )

3E[H] ( ‘>’ )

3F[H] ( ‘?’ )

40[H] ( ‘@’ )

41[H] ( ‘A’ )

42[H] ( ‘B’ )

43[H] ( ‘C’ )

44[H] ( ‘D’ )

Example: When recalling scene No.7

43[H] 52[H] 43[H] 4C[H] 3A[H] 0D[H] (‘C R C L 7 CR’)

STATUS REQUEST: 52[H] 53[H] 54[H] 54[H] (‘RSTT’)

This command is used to acquire the statuses such as level meter value and others from the SRP-X700P.

• Packet format

52[H] 53[H] 54[H] 54[H] “specified value” 0D[H]

Specify any single value that corresponds to the parameter name in the following table.

Example: When reading the MIC5/LINE1 level meter value.

52[H] 53[H] 54[H] 54[H] 34[H] 0D[H] (‘R S T T 4 CR’)

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the single-byte parameter corresponding to the specified value is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

Global reading of all parameters

When you want to read all of the parameters that can be read by the STATUS REQUEST command, send the command in the following format.

• Packet format

52[H] 41[H] 53[H] 54[H] 0D[H] (‘R A S T CR’)

• Return packet format

The parameter containing the 74 bytes is returned always in the order shown in the following table.

– 9 –

• Parameter

byte Parameter name

7th

8th

9th

10th

11th

12th

13th

14th

15th

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

MIC 1/WL 1 LEVEL METER VALUE

MIC 2/WL 2 LEVEL METER VALUE

MIC 3 LEVEL METER VALUE

MIC 4 LEVEL METER VALUE

MIC 5/LINE 1 LEVEL METER VALUE

MIC 6/LINE 2 LEVEL METER VALUE

LINE 3 L LEVEL METER VALUE

LINE 3 R LEVEL METER VALUE

LINE 4 L LEVEL METER VALUE

LINE 4 R LEVEL METER VALUE

LINE 4 RL LEVEL METER VALUE

LINE 4 RR LEVEL METER VALUE

LINE 4 C LEVEL METER VALUE

LINE 4 SW LEVEL METER VALUE

LINE OUTPUT 1 LEVEL METER VALUE

24th

25th

26th

27th

28th

29th

30th

16th

17th

18th

LINE OUTPUT 2 LEVEL METER VALUE

LINE OUTPUT 3 LEVEL METER VALUE

LINE OUTPUT 4 LEVEL METER VALUE

19th

20th

LINE OUTPUT 5 LEVEL METER VALUE

LINE OUTPUT 6 LEVEL METER VALUE

21st LINE OUTPUT 7 LEVEL METER VALUE

22nd LINE OUTPUT 8 LEVEL METER VALUE

23rd REC OUT 1 LEVEL METER VALUE

REC OUT 2 LEVEL METER VALUE

MIC SWICTH

WL RF

MIC INPUT OVER GAIN

LINE INPUT OVER GAIN

MIC INPUT –

LINE INPUT –

31st LINE OUTPUT1-6 OVER GAIN

32nd LINE OUTPUT7,8 OVER GAIN

33rd

34th

LINE OUTPUT1-6 –

LINE OUTPUT7,8 –

35th CLIP/PROTECTION

36th GATE

37th PARALLEL INPUT1-6

Specified

Value

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

37[H] (‘7’)

38[H] (‘8’)

39[H] (‘9’)

3A[H] (‘:’)

3B[H] (‘;’)

3C[H] (‘<’)

3D[H] (‘=’)

3E[H] (‘>’)

3F[H] (‘?’)

40[H] (‘@’)

41[H] (‘A’)

42[H] (‘B’)

43[H] (‘C’)

44[H] (‘D’)

4 5[H] (‘E

’)

46[H] (‘F ’)

47[H] (‘G

’)

48[H] (‘H ’)

49[H] (‘I ’)

4A[H] (‘J ’)

4B[H] (‘K ’)

4C[H] (‘L ’)

4D[H] (‘M ’)

4E[H] (‘N

4F[H] (‘O

50[H] (‘P

51[H] (‘Q

’)

’)

52[H] (‘R ’)

53[H] (‘S ’)

54[H] (‘T ’)

’)

’) byte Parameter name

38th

39th

40th

PARALLEL INPUT7-12

PARALLEL OUTPUT1-6

PARALLEL OUTPUT7-10

41st MIC 1/WL 1 FADER VALUE

42nd MIC 2/WL 2 FADER VALUE

43rd MIC 3 FADER VALUE

44th

45th

46th

47th

MIC 4 FADER VALUE

MIC 5/LINE 1 FADER VALUE

MIC 6/LINE 2 FADER VALUE

LINE 3 FADER VALUE

48th

49th

50th

51st

LINE 4 FADER VALUE

LINE OUTPUT 1 FADER VALUE

LINE OUTPUT 2 FADER VALUE

LINE OUTPUT 3 FADER VALUE

52nd LINE OUTPUT 4 FADER VALUE

53rd

54th

55th

56th

57th

58th

59th

60th

LINE OUTPUT 5 FADER VALUE

LINE OUTPUT 6 FADER VALUE

LINE OUTPUT 7 FADER VALUE

LINE OUTPUT 8 FADER VALUE

MASTER A FADER VALUE

MASTER B FADER VALUE

REMOTE 1 FADER VALUE

REMOTE 2 FADER VALUE

61st REMOTE 3 FADER VALUE

62nd REMOTE 4 FADER VALUE

63rd

64th

REMOTE 5 FADER VALUE

REMOTE 6 FADER VALUE

65th

66th

67th

MIC INPUT MUTING

LINE INPUT MUTING

LINE OUTPUT1-6 MUTING

68th

69th

70th

LINE OUTPUT / REC OUT /

SPEAKER OUTPUT MUTING

MASTER MUTING

GROUP MUTING

71st LINE4 SELECT

72nd SCENE RECALL

73rd LOCK/FADER ACTIVE

74 th FR SETUP STATUS

74[H] (‘t ’)

75[H] (‘u ’)

76[H] (‘v ’)

77[H] (‘w ’)

78[H] (‘x ’)

79[H] (‘y ’)

Specified

Value

55[H] (‘U’)

56[H] (‘V’)

57[H] (‘W’)

58[H] (‘X’)

59[H] (‘Y’)

5A[H] (‘Z’)

5B[H] (‘[’)

5C[H] (‘\’)

5D[H] (‘]’)

5E[H] (‘^’)

5F[H] (‘_’)

60[H] (‘`’)

61[H] (‘a’)

62[H] (‘b’)

63[H] (‘c’)

64[H] (‘d’)

65[H] (‘e’)

66[H] (‘f’)

67[H] (‘g’)

68[H] (‘h’)

69[H] (‘i’)

6A[H] (‘j ’)

6B[H] (‘k ’)

6C[H] (‘l

’)

6D[H] (‘m ’)

6E[H] (‘n ’)

6F[H] (‘o ’)

70[H] (‘p ’)

71[H] (‘q ’)

72[H] (‘r ’)

73[H] (‘s ’)

The parameters to be returned have the following meaning.

– 10 –

Level meter value

The level meter values [dB] are indicated as shown below.

-10

-8

-7

-6

-5

LEVEL under -30

-30

-20

-15

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

37[H] (‘7’)

38[H] (‘8’)

2

3

0

1

LEVEL

-4

-3

-2

-1

39[H] (‘9’)

3A[H] (‘:’)

3B[H] (‘;’)

3C[H] (‘<’)

3D[H] (‘=’)

3E[H] (‘>’)

3F[H] (‘?’)

40[H] (‘@’)

MIC SWITCH

This command is used to display the status of the +48V switches of the MIC1/WL1 to MIC6/LINE2 by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5 bit4 bit3

MIC6/LINE2 MIC5/LINE1 MIC4 bit2

MIC3 bit1 bit0

MIC2/WL2 MIC1/WL1

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, the +48V switch is in the ON state. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, it is in the OFF state.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

WL RF

Turning on/off of the RF indicator of the wireless tuner that is installed in the SRP-X700P is indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

0 bit2

0 bit1

WL2

RF bit0

WL1

RF

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, the RF indicator turns on. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, the RF indicator turns off.

Bit-2 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

MIC OVER GAIN

Turning on/off of the OVER GAIN indicators of MIC1/WL1 to MIC6/LINE2 is indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

MIC6/

LINE2 bit4

MIC5/

LINE1 bit3

MIC4 bit2

MIC3 bit1

MIC2/

WL2 bit0

MIC1/

WL1

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, the OVER GAIN turns on. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, the OVER GAIN turns off.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

LINE INPUT OVER GAIN

Turning on/off of the OVER GAIN indicators of LINE3 and 4 is indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

0 bit2

0 bit1

LINE4 bit0

LINE3

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, the OVER GAIN turns on. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, the OVER GAIN turns off.

Bit-2 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

– 11 –

MIC INPUT –

Turning on/off of the -

∞ indicators of MIC1/WL1 to MIC6/LINE2 is indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

MIC6/

LINE2 bit4

MIC5/

LINE1 bit3

MIC4 bit2

MIC3 bit1

MIC2/

WL2 bit0

MIC1/

WL1

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, –

∞ indicator turns on. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, –∞ indicator turns off.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

LINE INPUT OVER GAIN

Turning on/off of the –

∞ indicator of LINE3 and 4 is indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

0 bit2

0 bit1

LINE4 bit0

LINE3

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, –

∞ indicator turns on. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, -∞ indicator turns off.

Bit-2 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

LINE OUTPUT1-6 OVER GAIN

Turning on/off of the OVER GAIN indicators of LINE OUTPUT1 to 6 is indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

OUT6 bit4

OUT5 bit3

OUT4 bit2

OUT3 bit1

OUT2 bit0

OUT1

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, the OVER GAIN turns on. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, the OVER GAIN turns off.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

LINE OUTPUT7,8 OVER GAIN

Turning on/off of the OVER GAIN indicators of LINE OUTPUT7 and 8 is indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

0 bit2

0 bit1

OUT8 bit0

OUT7

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, the OVER GAIN turns on. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, the OVER GAIN turns off.

Bit-2 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

LINE OUTPUT1-6 –

Turning on/off of the –

∞ indicators of LINE OUTPUT1 to 6 is indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

OUT6 bit4

OUT5 bit3

OUT4 bit2

OUT3 bit1

OUT2 bit0

OUT1

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, -

∞ indicator turns on. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, –∞ indicator turns off.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

LINE OUTPUT7,8 –

Turning on/off of the –

∞ indicator of OUTPUT7 and 8 is indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

0 bit2

0 bit1

OUT8 bit0

OUT7

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, –

∞ indicator turns on. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, –∞ indicator turns off.

Bit-2 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

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CLIP/PROTECTION

Turning on/off of the CLIP and PROTECTION indicators of speaker output is indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

0 bit2 bit1

PROTECTION CH2 CLIP

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, the indicator turns on. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, the indicator turns off.

Bit-2 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

bit0

CH1 CLIP

GATE

Operating status of the GATE of the automatic mixer block is indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

MIC6/

LINE2 bit4

MIC5/

LINE1 bit3

MIC4 bit2

MIC3 bit1

MIC2/

WL2 bit0

MIC1/

WL1

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, the GATE is in the close state (operating). When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, the GATE is in the open state.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

PARALLEL INPUT1-6

Presence or absence of input signal to the PARALLEL INPUT1 to 6 connectors on the rear panel of the SRP-X700P is indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

IN6 bit4

IN5 bit3

IN4 bit2

IN3 bit1

IN2 bit0

IN1

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, input signal is present. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, input signal is absent.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

PARALLEL INPUT7-12

Presence or absence of input signal to the PARALLEL INPUT7 to 12 connectors on the rear panel of the SRP-X700P is indicated by the

8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

IN12 bit4

IN11 bit3

IN10 bit2

IN9 bit1

IN8 bit0

IN7

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, input signal is present. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, input signal is absent.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

PARALLEL OUTPUT1-6

Presence or absence of output signal at the PARALLEL OUTPUT1 to 6 connectors on the rear panel of the SRP-X700P is indicated by the 8bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

OUT6 bit4

OUT5 bit3

OUT4 bit2

OUT3 bit1

OUT2 bit0

OUT1

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, output signal is present. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, output signal is absent.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

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PARALLEL OUTPUT7-10

Presence or absence of output signal at the PARALLEL OUTPUT7 to 10 connectors on the rear panel of the SRP-X700P is indicated by the

8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

OUT10 bit2

OUT9 bit1

OUT8 bit0

OUT7

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, output signal is present. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, output signal is absent.

Bit-4 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

FADER VALUE

The fader value [dB] of each input channel, output channel and of the group fader is indicated as shown in the table below.

The fader value of each input channel and output channel is the value that is shown by the yellow marker on the side of the fader in the

INPUT OVERVIEW screen and OUTPUT OVERVIEW screen of the supplied software SRP-X700P Manager.

-20.0

-19.0

-18.0

-17.0

-16.0

-15.0

-14.0

-13.0

-27.5

-25.0

-24.0

-23.0

-22.0

-21.0

-50.0

-45.0

-40.0

-35.0

-32.5

-30.0

FADER VALUE

-

-70.0

-60.0

-55.0

3A[H] (‘:’)

3B[H] (‘;’)

3C[H] (‘<’)

3D[H] (‘=’)

3E[H] (‘>’)

3F[H] (‘?’)

40[H] (‘@’)

41[H] (‘A’)

42[H] (‘B’)

43[H] (‘C’)

44[H] (‘D’)

45[H] (‘E’)

46[H] (‘F’)

47[H] (‘G’)

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

37[H] (‘7’)

38[H] (‘8’)

39[H] (‘9’)

-0.5

0

+0.5

+1.0

+1.5

+2.0

+2.5

+3.0

-3.5

-3.0

-2.5

-2.0

-1.5

-1.0

-8.0

-7.0

-6.0

-5.0

-4.5

-4.0

FADER VALUE

-12.0

-11.0

-10.0

-9.0

52[H] (‘R’)

53[H] (‘S’)

54[H] (‘T’)

55[H] (‘U’)

56[H] (‘V’)

57[H] (‘W’)

58[H] (‘X’)

59[H] (‘Y’)

5A[H] (‘Z’)

5B[H] (‘[’)

5C[H] (‘\’)

5D[H] (‘]’)

5E[H] (‘^’)

5F[H] (‘_’)

48[H] (‘H’)

49[H] (‘I’)

4A[H] (‘J’)

4B[H] (‘K’)

4C[H] (‘L’)

4D[H] (‘M’)

4E[H] (‘N’)

4F[H] (‘O’)

50[H] (‘P’)

51[H] (‘Q’)

+14.0

+15.0

+16.0

+17.0

+18.0

+19.0

+20.0

+8.5

+9.0

+10.0

+11.0

+12.0

+13.0

+5.5

+6.0

+6.5

+7.0

+7.5

+8.0

FADER VALUE

+3.5

+4.0

+4.5

+5.0

6A[H] (‘j’)

6B[H] (‘k’)

6C[H] (‘l’)

6D[H] (‘m’)

6E[H] (‘n’)

6F[H] (‘o’)

70[H] (‘p’)

71[H] (‘q’)

72[H] (‘r’)

73[H] (‘s’)

74[H] (‘t’)

75[H] (‘u’)

76[H] (‘v’)

60[H] (‘`’)

61[H] (‘a’)

62[H] (‘b’)

63[H] (‘c’)

64[H] (‘d’)

65[H] (‘e’)

66[H] (‘f’)

67[H] (‘g’)

68[H] (‘h’)

69[H] (‘i’)

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MIC MUTING

Status of muting of MIC1/WL1 to MIC6/LINE2 is indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

MIC6/

LINE2 bit4

MIC5/

LINE1 bit3

MIC4 bit2

MIC3 bit1

MIC2/

WL2

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, the audio is muted. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, muting is released.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

bit0

MIC1/

WL1

LINE INPUT MUTING

Status of muting of LINE3 and 4 is indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

0 bit2

0 bit1

LINE4

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, the audio is muted. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, muting is released.

Bit-2 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

bit0

LINE3

LINE OUTPUT1-6 MUTING

Status of muting of OUTPUT1 to 6 is indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

OUT6 bit4

OUT5 bit3

OUT4 bit2

OUT3 bit1

OUT2 bit0

OUT1

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, the output signal is muted. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, muting is released.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

LINE OUTPUT7,8/REC OUT1,2/SPEAKER OUTPUT 1,2 MUTING

Status of muting of OUTPUT7 and 8/RECOUT1 and 2/SPEAKER OUT1 and 2 is indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

SPK2 bit4

SPK1 bit3

REC2 bit2

REC1 bit1

OUT8 bit0

OUT7

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, the output signal is muted. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, muting is released.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

MASTER MUTING

Status of muting of MASTER A and B faders among the GROUP FADER is indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

0 bit2

0 bit1

MASTER B bit0

MASTER A

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, the MASTER fader is muted. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, muting is released.

Bit-2 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

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GROUP MUTING

Status of muting of REMOTE1 to 6 among the GROUP FADER is indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5 bit4 bit3 bit2 bit1 bit0

REMOTE6 REMOTE5 REMOTE4 REMOTE3 REMOTE2 REMOTE1

When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, it is is muted. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, muting is released.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

LINE4 SELECT

It indicates which channel of A to F is being selected in the LINE4.

The following value is returned from the SRP-X700P.

D

E

B

C

F

CHANNEL

OFF

A

30[H] (‘0’)

31 [H] (‘1’)

32

[H] (‘2’)

33

[H] (‘3’)

34

[H] (‘4’)

35 [H] (‘5’)

36 [H] (‘6’)

SCENE RECALL

It indicates the scene No. that is being selected at present.

The following value is returned from the SRP-X700P.

7

8

5

6

9

10

2

3

4

SCENE No.

NONE

1

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

37[H] (‘7’)

38[H] (‘8’)

39[H] (‘9’)

3A[H] (‘:’)

16

17

18

19

20

13

14

15

SCENE No.

11

12

3B[H] (‘;’)

3C[H] (‘<’)

3D[H] (‘=’)

3E[H] (‘>’)

3F[H] (‘?’)

40[H] (‘@’)

41[H] (‘A’)

42[H] (‘B’)

43[H] (‘C’)

44[H] (‘D’)

When the value is “NONE” (30[H]), it indicates the state that any scene call has never been attempted after the power is turned on.

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LOCK/FADER

Status of the PANEL LOCK and that of FADER MODE are indicated by the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

0 bit2

0 bit1

PANEL LOCK bit0

FADER

When bit 0 is ‘1’, it indicates that the fader is in the ACTIVE mode. When bit 0 is ‘0’, it indicates that the fader is in the INACTIVE mode.

When bit 1 is ‘1’, it indicates that operations from the front panel of the SRP-X700P are in the LOCKed state. When bit 1 is ‘0’, it indicates that operations from the front panel of the SRP-X700P are in the UNLOCKed state.

Bit-2 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

FR SETUP STATUS

The progress status of the feedback reducer setup is indicated in the 16 steps.

The “Finished (30[H])” flag indicates the setup is completed.

5

6

7

8

Progress status

2

3

Finished

1

4

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

3 7[H] (‘7’)

3

8[H ] (‘8’)

14

15

16

Progress status

9

10

11

12

13

39[H] (‘9’)

3A[H] (‘:’)

3B[H] (‘;’)

3C[H] (‘<’)

3D[H] (‘=’)

3E[H] (‘>’)

3F[H] (‘?’)

40[H] (‘@’)

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Parameter Setting Commands

The following commands are the group of commands used to enable you the detailed setting of internal functions of the SRP-X700P.

AUTO MIX : 43[H] 41[H] 4D[H] 58[H] (‘CAMX’)

This command is used to set ON/OFF of the automatic mixer.

• Packet format

43[H] 41[H] 4D[H] 58[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

The parameter consists of the 5 bytes all the time in the order as shown in the table below.

byte

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

ON

3B[H] (‘;’)

33[H] (‘3’)

31[H] (‘1’)

43[H] (‘C’)

7F[H] (‘DELETE’)

OFF

3B[H] (‘;’)

33[H] (‘3’)

31[H] (‘1’)

40[H] (‘@’)

40[H] (‘@’)

Example: When turning OFF the automatic mixer

43[H] 41[H] 4D[H] 58[H] 3B[H] 33[H] 40[H] 40[H] 0D[H] ( ‘C A M X ; 3 1 @ @ CR’ )

AUTO MIX PARAMETER REQUEST : 52[H] 41[H] 4D[H] 58[H] (‘RAMX’)

This command is used to read the ON/OFF setup of automatic mixer from the SRP-X700P.

• Packet format

52[H] 41[H] 4D[H] 58[H] 0D[H]

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the parameter is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

Parameters are the same as those of the AUTO MIX command in the case of ON/OFF.

Example: When the automatic mixer is set to OFF

41[H] 3B[H] 33[H] 40[H] 40[H] 0D[H] ( ‘A ; 3 1 @ @ CR’ )

FACTORY PRESET : 43[H] 52[H] 53[H] 54[H] ( ‘CRST’ )

This command is used to return the parameters of the SRP-X700P to the default values when shipped from the factory.

• Packet format

43[H] 52[H] 53[H] 54[H] 0D[H]

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, all parameters including scene memories return to the default state when shipped from the factory.

Caution

When the parameters are returned to the default state when shipped from the factory, all parameters that have been set by users will be overwritten.

Before starting to execute this command, create backup of the parameter values using the supplied software SRP-X700P Manager.

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FIRMWARE VERSION REQUEST : 52[H] 56[H] 45[H] 52[H] ( ‘RVER’ )

This command is used to read the version number of the SRP-X700P firmware.

• Packet format

52[H] 56[H] 45[H] 52[H] 0D[H]

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the parameter is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

The parameter consists of the 8 bytes all the time in the following order.

byte

1st-7th

8th

Parameter name

FIRMWARE VERSION

30[H] (‘0’) fixed

• FIRMWARE VERSION (1-7th byte)

The 7-bytes ASCII code indicate the firmware version of the SRP-X700P.

Example: When the firmware version is 1.00

41[H] 31[H] 2E[H] 30[H] 30[H] 20[H] 20[H] 20[H] 30[H] 0D[H] ( ‘A 1 . 0 0 s s s 1 CR’ )

(“s” indicates the space. )

FR SETUP : 43[H] 46[H] 52[H] 53[H] (‘CFRS’)

This command is used to indicate start/stop of setting up the feedback reducer, to the SRP-X700P.

• Packet format

43[H] 52[H] 53[H] 41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

Specify the channel that you want to implement setup, as the parameter.

By sending the command CANCEL (37[H]), you can stop the setting up.

CHANNEL

MIC1/WL1

MIC2/WL2

MIC3

MIC4

MIC5/LINE1

MIC6/LINE2

CANCEL

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

37[H] (‘7’)

You can check the progress status of the feedback reducer setting up using the STATUS REQUEST command or the ALL STATUS

REQUEST command that are described later.

When setting up is complete, the SRP-X700P turns ON the feedback reducer automatically.

You can acquire the parameter of the notch filter that is set during the setting up, using the MIC INPUT STATUS REQUEST command.

Example: When setting the MIC1/WL1 feedback reducer to the automatic setup

43[H] 52[H] 53[H] 41[H] 31[H] 0D[H] (‘C F R S 1 CR’)

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GROUP FADER : 43[H] 47[H] 46[H] 41[H],42[H] (‘CGFA,B’)

43[H] 47[H] 46[H] 31[H]-36[H] (‘CGF1-2’)

This command is used to set any desired single channel of the GROUP FADER.

Various setups can be memorized in the scene memories by specifying these scene Nos.

The commands that correspond to the respective channels are shown below.

GROUP FADER

MASTER A

MASTER B

REMOTE 1

REMOTE 2

REMOTE 3

REMOTE 4

REMOTE 5

REMOTE 6

Command

43[H] 47[H] 46[H] 41[H] ‘CGFA’

43[H] 47[H] 46[H] 42[H] ‘CGFB’

43[H] 47[H] 46[H] 31[H] ‘CGF1’

43[H] 47[H] 46[H] 32[H] ‘CGF2’

43[H] 47[H] 46[H] 33[H] ‘CGF3’

43[H] 47[H] 46[H] 34[H] ‘CGF4’

43[H] 47[H] 46[H] 35[H] ‘CGF5’

43[H] 47[H] 46[H] 36[H] ‘CGF6‘

• Packet format

43[H] 47[H] 46[H] 41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

(In the case of MASTER A)

• Parameter

This parameter consists of the 13-byte data all the time in the order as shown in the table below.

byte

1st

2nd-9th

10 th

11 th

12 th

13 th

Parameter name

SCENE No.

INDEX

MIC INPUT FADER

LINE INPUT FADER

LINE OUTPUT1-6 FADER

LINE OUTPUT7,8 FADER

When you specify NONE (30[H] ‘0’) as the scene No. in the 1st byte, you can establish the present setup.

When you specify the scene No.(31[H] (‘1’) to 44[H] (‘D’)), parameters of the subsequent 2nd to 13th bytes are written in the scene memory.

• Scene No. (1st byte)

2

3

4

5

6

SCENE No.

NONE

1

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

9

10

11

SCENE No.

7

8

12

13

37[H] (‘7’)

38[H] (‘8’)

39[H] (‘9’)

3A[H] (‘:’)

3B[H] (‘;’)

3C[H] (‘<’)

3D[H] (‘=’)

16

17

18

SCENE No.

14

15

19

20

3E[H] (‘>’)

3F[H] (‘?’)

40[H] (‘@’)

41[H] (‘A’)

42[H] (‘B’)

43[H] (‘C’)

44[H] (‘D’)

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• Index (2-9th byte)

This command is used to specify index of the input channels with 8 bytes of the ASCII code.

Caution

If number of index characters does not reach the 8 bytes, be sure to fill the blanks with the space (20[H]).

• MIC INPUT fader (10th byte)

This command is used to set the MIC1/WL1 to MIC6/LINE2 channels’ assign to the GROUP FADER with the 8-bit data.

Set 1 to implement assign. Set 0 not to implement assign.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

MIC6/

LINE2 bit4

MIC5/

LINE1 bit3

MIC4 bit2

MIC3 bit1

MIC2/

WL2 bit0

MIC1/

WL1

• LINE INPUT fader (11th byte)

This command is used to set the LINE3 and 4 channels’ assign to the GROUP FADER with the 8-bit data.

Set 1 to implement assign. Set 0 not to implement assign.

Bit-2 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

0 bit2

0 bit1

LINE4 bit0

LINE3

• LINE OUTPUT1-6 fader (12th byte)

This command is used to set the LINE OUTPUT1 to 6 channels’ assign to the GROUP FADER with the 8-bit data.

Set 1 to implement assign. Set 0 not to implement assign.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5 bit4 bit3 bit2 bit1 bit0

LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE

OUTPUT6 OUTPUT5 OUTPUT4 OUTPUT3 OUTPUT2 OUTPUT1

• LINE OUTPUT7,8 fader (13th byte)

This command is used to set the LINE OUTPUT7 and 8 channels’ assign to the GROUP FADER with the 8-bit data.

Set 1 to implement assign. Set 0 not to implement assign.

Bit-2 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

0 bit2

0 bit1

LINE bit0

LINE

OUTPUT8 OUTPUT7

Caution

Do no assign the INPUT fader and the OUTPUT fader to the GROUP FADER of the same channel.

Example: When setting the MASTER A as shown below.

Index : MIC

MIC INPUT fader

LINE INPUT fader

: Assign the MIC1/WL1 through MIC4.

: MIC5/LINE1 and MIC6/LINE2 are not assigned.

: LINE 3 and 4 INPUTs are not assigned.

LINE OUTPUT1-6 fader : LINE OUTPUT1 through 6 are not assigned.

LINE OUTPUT7,8 fader : LINE OUTPUT7 and 8 are not assigned.

43[H] 47[H] 46[H] 41[H] 30[H] 4D[H] 49[H] 43[H] 20[H] 20[H] 20[H] 20[H] 20[H] 4F[H] 40[H] 40[H] 40[H] 0D[H]

(‘ C G F A M I C s s s s s O @ @ @ CR’)

“s” indicates the space.

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GROUP FADER PARAMETER REQUEST: 52[H] 47[H] 46[H] 41[H],42[H] (‘RGFA,B’)

52[H] 47[H] 46[H] 31[H]-36[H] (‘RGF1-2’)

This command is used to read the setup of any desired single channel of the GROUP FADER from the SRP-X700P.

The commands that correspond to the respective channels are shown below.

GROUP FADER

MASTER A

MASTER B

REMOTE 1

REMOTE 2

REMOTE 3

REMOTE 4

REMOTE 5

REMOTE 6

Command

52[H] 47[H] 46[H] 41[H] ‘RGFA’

52[H] 47[H] 46[H] 42[H] ‘RGFB’

52[H] 47[H] 46[H] 31[H] ‘RGF1’

52[H] 47[H] 46[H] 32[H] ‘RGF2’

52[H] 47[H] 46[H] 33[H] ‘RGF3’

52[H] 47[H] 46[H] 34[H] ‘RGF4’

52[H] 47[H] 46[H] 35[H] ‘RGF5’

52[H] 47[H] 46[H] 36[H] ‘RGF6’

• Packet format

52[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 31[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

Specify the scene No. of the scene memory that you want to read, as the parameter. For the method of specifying the scene No., refer to the GROUP FADER command (page 20).

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the parameter is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

The parameters are the same as the 12 bytes of the GROUP FADER command from which the scene No. is exempted.

INFORMATION : 43[H] 49[H] 4E[H] 46[H] (‘CINF’)

This command is used to set the information and to implement the power-on setting.

• Packet format

43[H] 50[H] 49[H] 4F[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

The parameter consists of the 129-byte data all the time in the order as shown in the table below.

byte

1st

2nd-129th

Parameter name

Power On Setting

INFORMATION

• Power On Setting (1st byte)

This command is sued to implement the Power On Setting.

Power On Setting

LAST MEMORY

DEFAULT

SCENE No.1

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

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• INFORMATION (2-129th byte)

Specify the index of the input channels using the ASCII code.

Caution

If number of index characters does not reach the 128 bytes, be sure to fill the blanks with the space (20[H]) so that it becomes 128 bytes all the time.

INFORMATION PARAMETER REQUEST : 52[H] 49[H] 4E[H] 46[H] (‘RINF’)

This command is used to read the information and the power-on setting from the SRP-X700P.

• Packet format

52[H] 49[H] 4E[H] 46[H] 0D[H]

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the parameter is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

The parameter is the same as the 129-byte parameter of the INFORMATION command.

LINE 3 INPUT : 43[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 33[H] (‘CIL3’)

This command is used to implement setting up the LINE 3 input channel.

Various setups can be memorized in the scene memories by specifying these scene Nos.

• Packet format

43[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 33[H] “parameter (19 bytes)” 0D[H]

• Parameter

The parameter consists of the 19 bytes all the time in the order as shown in the table below.

byte

1st

2nd-9th

10 th

11 th

12 th

13 th

Parameter name

SCENE No.

INDEX

TRIM

FUNCTION ON/OFF

PEQ1 Frequency

PEQ1 Q byte

14 th

15 th

16 th

17 th

18 th

19 th

Parameter name

PEQ1 GAIN

PEQ2 Frequency

PEQ2 Q

PEQ2 GAIN

GAIN LIMIT LEVEL

FADER LEVEL

When you specify NONE (30[H] ‘0’) as the scene No. in the 1st byte, you can establish the present setup. At the same time, when you specify the scene No.(31[H] (‘1’) through 44[H] (‘D’)), the parameters of the subsequent 2nd through 19th bytes are written in the scene memories.

For the method of setting the scene No. and index, refer to the GROUP FADER command (pages 20 and 21).

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• TRIM (10th byte)

This command is used to set the reference level of the input terminal.

-5dBu

-4dBu

-3dBu

-2dBu

-1dBu

0dBu

REF LEVEL

-10dBu

-9dBu

-8dBu

-7dBu

-6dBu

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

37[H] (‘7’)

38[H] (‘8’)

39[H] (‘9’)

3A[H] (‘:’)

• Function ON/OFF (11th byte)

This command is used to turn ON/OFF the parametric equalizer with the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

0 bit2

PEQ bit1

0 bit0

0

When you want to turn ON the function, set bit 2 to 1. When you want to turn OFF the function, set bit 2 to 0.

Bit-0, bit-1 and bit-3 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

• PEQ frequency (12 and 15th byte)

This command is used to set the center frequency [Hz] of parametric equalizer.

212

224

237

250

265

160

170

180

190

200

125

132

140

150

Frequency

25

31.5

40

50

63

80

100

106

112

118

2A[H] (‘*’)

2B[H] (‘+’)

2C[H] (‘,’)

2D[H] (‘-’)

2E[H] (‘.’)

2F[H] (‘/’)

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

37[H] (‘7’)

Frequency

20[H] (‘ s

’) 280

21[H] (‘!’) 297

22[H] (‘ ” ’)

23[H] (‘#’)

24[H] (‘$’)

25[H] (‘%’)

26[H] (‘&’)

27[H] (‘ ’ ’)

28[H] (‘(’)

29[H] (‘)’)

315

335

355

375

400

425

450

474

630

670

710

750

800

500

530

560

595

850

900

950

1.00k

1.06k

38[H] (‘8’)

39[H] (‘9’)

3A[H] (‘:’)

3B[H] (‘;’)

3C[H] (‘<’)

3D[H] (‘=’)

3E[H] (‘>’)

Frequency

1.12k

1.18k

1.25k

1.32k

1.40k

1.50k

1.60k

3F[H] (‘?’) 1.70k

40[H] (‘@’) 1.80k

41[H] (‘A’) 1.90k

42[H] (‘B’)

43[H] (‘C’)

44[H] (‘D’)

45[H] (‘E’)

46[H] (‘F’)

47[H] (‘G’)

48[H] (‘H’)

49[H] (‘I’)

4A[H] (‘J’)

2.00k

2.12k

2.24k

2.37k

2.50k

2.65k

2.80k

2.97k

3.15k

4B[H] (‘K’)

4C[H] (‘L’)

3.35k

3.55k

4D[H] (‘M’) 3.75k

4E[H] (‘N’)

4F[H] (‘O’)

4.00k

4.25k

5A[H] (‘Z’)

5B[H] (‘[’)

5C[H] (‘\’)

5D[H] (‘]’)

5E[H] (‘^’)

5F[H] (‘_’)

60[H] (‘`’)

61[H] (‘a’)

62[H] (‘b’)

50[H] (‘P’)

51[H] (‘Q’)

52[H] (‘R’)

53[H] (‘S’)

54[H] (‘T’)

55[H] (‘U’)

56[H] (‘V’)

Frequency

4.50k

4.75k

5.00k

5.30k

5.60k

5.95k

6.30k

57[H] (‘W’) 6.70k

58[H] (‘X’) 7.10k

59[H] (‘Y’) 7.50k

8.00k

8.50k

9.00k

9.50k

10.0k

10.6k

11.2k

11.8k

12.5k

63[H] (‘c’)

64[H] (‘d’)

65[H] (‘e’)

66[H] (‘f’)

67[H] (‘g’)

13.2k

14.0k

16.0k

20.0k

76[H] (‘v’)

77[H] (‘w’)

78[H] (‘x’)

79[H] (‘y’)

7A[H] (‘z’)

7B[H] (‘{’)

7C[H](‘|’)

7D[H](‘}’)

7E[H](‘~’)

68[H] (‘h’)

69[H] (‘i’)

6A[H] (‘j’)

6B[H] (‘k’)

6C[H] (‘l’)

6D[H] (‘m’)

6E[H] (‘n’)

6F[H] (‘o’)

70[H] (‘p’)

71[H] (‘q’)

72[H] (‘r’)

73[H] (‘s’)

74[H] (‘t’)

75[H] (‘u’)

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• PEQ Q (13 and 16th byte)

This command is used to set the Q value of parametric equalizer.

Q

0.15

0.18

0.22

0.27

0.33

0.39

0.47

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

Q

0.56

0.68

0.82

1.00

1.20

1.50

1.80

37[H] (‘7’)

38[H] (‘8’)

39[H] (‘9’)

3A[H] (‘:’)

3B[H] (‘;’)

3C[H] (‘<’)

3D[H] (‘=’)

Q

2.20

2.70

3.30

3.90

4.70

5.60

6.80

3E[H] (‘>’)

3F[H] (‘?’)

40[H] (‘@’)

41[H] (‘A’)

42[H] (‘B’)

43[H] (‘C’)

44[H] (‘D’)

• PEQ gain (14 and 17th byte)

This command is used to set the gain [dB] at the center frequency of parametric equalizer.

-12.0

-11.5

-11.0

-10.5

-10.0

-9.5

-9.0

-8.5

-8.0

-7.5

GAIN

-15.0

-14.5

-14.0

-13.5

-13.0

-12.5

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

37[H] (‘7’)

38[H] (‘8’)

39[H] (‘9’)

3A[H] (‘:’)

3B[H] (‘;’)

3C[H] (‘<’)

3D[H] (‘=’)

3E[H] (‘>’)

3F[H] (‘?’)

-4.0

-3.5

-3.0

-2.5

-2.0

-1.5

-1.0

-0.5

0

+0.5

GAIN

-7.0

-6.5

-6.0

-5.5

-5.0

-4.5

40[H] (‘@’)

41[H] (‘A’)

42[H] (‘B’)

43[H] (‘C’)

44[H] (‘D’)

45[H] (‘E’)

46[H] (‘F’)

47[H] (‘G’)

48[H] (‘H’)

49[H] (‘I’)

4A[H] (‘J’)

4B[H] (‘K’)

4C[H] (‘L’)

4D[H] (‘M’)

4E[H] (‘N’)

4F[H] (‘O’)

+4.0

+4.5

+5.0

+5.5

+6.0

+6.5

+7.0

+7.5

+8.0

+8.5

GAIN

+1.0

+1.5

+2.0

+2.5

+3.0

+3.5

50[H] (‘P’)

51[H] (‘Q’)

52[H] (‘R’)

53[H] (‘S’)

54[H] (‘T’)

55[H] (‘U’)

56[H] (‘V’)

57[H] (‘W’)

58[H] (‘X’)

59[H] (‘Y’)

5A[H] (‘Z’)

5B[H] (‘[’)

5C[H] (‘\’)

5D[H] (‘]’)

5E[H] (‘^’)

5F[H] (‘_’)

• Gain Limit level (18th byte)

This command is used to set the level [dB] at the Gain Limit.

-5

-4

-3

-2

-1

0

GAIN LIMIT

-10

-9

-8

-7

-6

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

37[H] (‘7’)

38[H] (‘8’)

39[H] (‘9’)

3A[H] (‘:’)

+6

+7

+8

+9

+10

GAIN LIMIT

+1

+2

+3

+4

+5

3B[H] (‘;’)

3C[H] (‘<’)

3D[H] (‘=’)

3E[H] (‘>’)

3F[H] (‘?’)

40[H] (‘@’)

41[H] (‘A’)

42[H] (‘B’)

43[H] (‘C’)

44[H] (‘D’)

Q

8.20

10.0

12.0

15.0

18.0

22.0

45[H] (‘E’)

46[H] (‘F’)

47[H] (‘G’)

48[H] (‘H’)

49[H] (‘I’)

4A[H] (‘J’)

+12.0

+12.5

+13.0

+13.5

+14.0

+14.5

+15.0

GAIN

+9.0

+9.5

+10.0

+10.5

+11.0

+11.5

60[H] (‘`’)

61[H] (‘a’)

62[H] (‘b’)

63[H] (‘c’)

64[H] (‘d’)

65[H] (‘e’)

66[H] (‘f’)

67[H] (‘g’)

68[H] (‘h’)

69[H] (‘i’)

6A[H] (‘j’)

6B[H] (‘k’)

6C[H] (‘l’)

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-30.0

-27.5

-25.0

-24.0

-23.0

-22.0

-21.0

-50.0

-45.0

-40.0

-35.0

-32.5

LEVEL

-

-70.0

-60.0

-55.0

• Fader level (19th byte)

This command is used to set the fader level [dB].

This fader levels are shown as the fader values on the INPUT OVERVIEW screen of the supplied software SRP-X700P Manager.

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

37[H] (‘7’)

38[H] (‘8’)

39[H] (‘9’)

3A[H] (‘:’)

3B[H] (‘;’)

3C[H] (‘<’)

3D[H] (‘=’)

3E[H] (‘>’)

3F[H] (‘?’)

-16.0

-15.0

-14.0

-13.0

-12.0

-11.0

-10.0

-9.0

-8.0

LEVEL

-20.0

-19.0

-18.0

-17.0

-7.0

-6.0

-5.0

40[H] (‘@’)

41[H] (‘A’)

42[H] (‘B’)

43[H] (‘C’)

44[H] (‘D’)

45[H] (‘E’)

46[H] (‘F’)

47[H] (‘G’)

48[H] (‘H’)

49[H] (‘I’)

4A[H] (‘J’)

4B[H] (‘K’)

4C[H] (‘L’)

4D[H] (‘M’)

4E[H] (‘N’)

4F[H] (‘O’)

-2.5

-2.0

-1.5

-1.0

-0.5

0

+0.5

+1.0

+1.5

LEVEL

-4.5

-4.0

-3.5

-3.0

+2.0

+2.5

+3.0

50[H] (‘P’)

51[H] (‘Q’)

52[H] (‘R’)

53[H] (‘S’)

54[H] (‘T’)

55[H] (‘U’)

56[H] (‘V’)

57[H] (‘W’)

58[H] (‘X’)

59[H] (‘Y’)

5A[H] (‘Z’)

5B[H] (‘[’)

5C[H] (‘\’)

5D[H] (‘]’)

5E[H] (‘^’)

5F[H] (‘_’)

LEVEL

+3.5

+4.0

+4.5

+5.0

+5.5

+6.0

+6.5

+7.0

+7.5

+8.0

+8.5

+9.0

+10.0

60[H] (‘`’)

61[H] (‘a’)

62[H] (‘b’)

63[H] (‘c’)

64[H] (‘d’)

65[H] (‘e’)

66[H] (‘f’)

67[H] (‘g’)

68[H] (‘h’)

69[H] (‘i’)

6A[H] (‘j’)

6B[H] (‘k’)

6C[H] (‘l’)

Example: When setting the respective parameters as shown below.

Scene No.

Index

TRIM

Function OFF

: NONE

: CD

: -10dBu

: PEQ ON

PEQ1,2 frequency : 1kHz

PEQ1,2 Q

PEQ1,2 gain

Gain Limit level

Fader level

: 10

: 0dB

: +10dBu

: 0dB

43[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 33[H] 30[H] 43[H] 44[H] 20[H] 20[H] 20[H] 20[H] 20[H] 20[H] 30[H] 41[H] 4E[H] 46[H]

4E[H] 4E[H] 46[H] 4E[H] 44[H] 59[H] 0D[H]

(‘ C I L 3 0 C D s s s s s s 0 @ N F N N F N D Y CR’)

“s” indicates the space.

LINE 3 INPUT PARAMETER REQUEST : 52[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 33[H] (‘RIL3’)

This command is used to read setup of the LINE 3 input channel from the SRP-X700P.

• Packet format

52[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 33[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

Specify the scene No. of the scene memory that you want to read, as the parameter.

Method of specifying the scene No. is the same as that of the GROUP FADER command. See page 20.

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the parameter is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

The parameters are the same as the 18-byte parameter of the LINE3 INPUT command from which the scene No. is exempted.

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LINE 4 INPUT : 43[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 34[H] (‘CIL4’)

This command is used to implement setting up the LINE 4 input channel.

Various setups can be memorized in the scene memories by specifying these scene Nos.

• Packet format

43[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 34[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

The parameter consists of the 64 bytes all the time in the order as shown in the table below.

byte

1st

2nd-9th

10th-17th

18th-25th

26th-33rd

34th-41st

42nd-49th

50th

51st

52nd

53rd

Parameter name

SCENE No.

LINE4 A INDEX

LINE4 B INDEX

LINE4 C INDEX

LINE4 D INDEX

LINE4 E INDEX

LINE4 F INDEX

LINE4 A TRIM

LINE4 B TRIM

LINE4 C TRIM

LINE4 D TRIM

58th

59th

60st

61st

62nd

63rd

64th byte

54th

55th

56th

57th

Parameter name

LINE4 E TRIM

LINE4 F TRIM

FUNCTION ON/OFF

PEQ1 Frequency

PEQ1 Q

PEQ1 GAIN

PEQ2 Frequency

PEQ2 Q

PEQ2 GAIN

GAIN LIMIT LEVEL

FADER LEVEL

When you specify NONE (30[H] ‘0’) as the scene No. in the 1st byte, you can establish the present setup.

At the same time, when you specify the scene No.(31[H] (‘1’) through 44[H] (‘D’)), parameters of the subsequent 2nd through 64th bytes are written in the scene memory.

The method of setting the scene No. and index of LINE4A through F, is the same as that of the GROUP FADER command. See pages 20 and 21.

Method of setting the LINE4A-F TRIM, FUNCTION ON/OFF, PEQ1,2 frequency, PEQ1,2 Q, PEQ1,2 Gain, Gain Limit level and input fader level is the same as that of the LINE 3 INPUT command. See pages 23 to 26.

For the packet example, see the example of the LINE 3 INPUT command on page 26. However, the parameter length becomes 64 bytes.

LINE 4 INPUT PARAMETER REQUEST : 52[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 34[H] (‘RIL4’)

This command is used to read setup of the LINE 4 input channel from the SRP-X700P.

• Packet format

52[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 34[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

Specify the scene No. of the scene memory that you want to read, as the parameter.

Method of specifying the scene No. is the same as that of the GROUP FADER command. See page 20.

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the parameter is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

The parameter is the same as the 63 bytes of the LINE4 INPUT command parameter from which the scene No. is exempted.

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LINE OUTPUT1,2 : 43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 31[H],32[H] (‘COL1,2’)

This command is used to implement setup of any desired single channel of the LINE OUTPUT1 and 2.

Various setups can be memorized in the scene memories by specifying these scene Nos.

The commands that correspond to the respective channels are shown below.

CHANNEL

LINE OUTPUT 1

LINE OUTPUT 2

Command

43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 31[H] ‘COL1’

43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 32[H] ‘COL2’

• Packet format

43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 31[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

(In the case of LINE OUTPUT 1)

• Parameter

The parameter consists of the 47 bytes all the time in the order as shown in the table below.

22nd

23rd

24th

25th

26th

27th

14th

15th

16th

17th

18th

19th

20th

21st byte

1st

2nd-9th

10th

11th

12th

13th

Parameter name

SCENE No.

INDEX

REF LEVEL

FUNCTION ON/OFF

PEQ1 Frequency

PEQ1 Q

PEQ1 GAIN

PEQ2 Frequency

PEQ2 Q

PEQ2 GAIN

PEQ3 Frequency

PEQ3 Q

PEQ3 GAIN

PEQ4 Frequency

PEQ4 Q

PEQ4 GAIN

PEQ5 Frequency

PEQ5 Q

PEQ5 GAIN

PEQ6 Frequency

34th

35th

36th

37th

38th

39th

40th

41st byte

28th

29th

30th

31st

32nd

33rd

42nd

43rd

44th

45th

46th

47th

Parameter name

PEQ6 Q

PEQ6 GAIN

PEQ7 Frequency

PEQ7 Q

PEQ7 GAIN

PEQ8 Frequency

PEQ8 Q

PEQ8 GAIN

PEQ9 Frequency

PEQ9 Q

PEQ9 GAIN

PEQ10 Frequency

PEQ10 Q

PEQ10 GAIN

PEQ11 Frequency

PEQ11 Q

PEQ11 GAIN

Delay

GAIN LIMIT LEVEL

FADER LEVEL

When you specify NONE (30[H] ‘0’) as the scene No. in the 1st byte, you can establish the present setup.

When you specify the scene Nos.(31[H] (‘1’) through 44[H] (‘D’)), the parameters of the subsequent 2nd to 47th bytes are written in the scene memory.

For the method of setting the scene No. and index, refer to the GROUP FADER command (pages 20 and 21).

Method of setting the PEQ1-11 frequency, PEQ1-11 Q, PEQ1-11 Gain, Gain Limit level and fader level is the same as that of the LINE 3

INPUT command. See pages 23 to 26.

For the packet example, see the example of the LINE 3 INPUT command on page 26. However, the parameter length becomes 47 bytes.

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• REF LEVEL (10th byte)

This command is used to set the reference output level [dBu].

REF LEVEL

-10

-5

0

4

30[H] (‘0’)

3 (

3

(

3

(

)

)

• Function ON/OFF (11th byte)

This command is used to turn ON/OFF the delay (DELAY), parametric equalizer (PEQ) and high-cut filter (HCF) with the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

0 bit2

HCF bit1

PEQ bit0

DELAY

Set the corresponding bit to 1 to turn ON the delay (DELAY), parametric equalizer (PEQ) and high-cut filter (HCF). Set the corresponding bit to 0 to turn them OFF.

Bit-3 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

Caution

When the high-cut filter (HCF) is turned ON, the parameters that are set in PEQ11 are invalidated.

• Delay (45th byte)

This command is used to set the delay.

[ms]

49.3

52.2

55.1

58.0

60.9

63.8

66.7

69.6

72.5

75.4

23.2

26.1

29.0

31.9

34.8

37.7

40.6

43.5

46.4

0

2.9

5.8

8.7

11.6

14.5

17.4

20.3

41[H] (‘A’)

42[H] (‘B’)

43[H] (‘C’)

44[H] (‘D’)

45[H] (‘E’)

46[H] (‘F’)

47[H] (‘G’)

48[H] (‘H’)

49[H] (‘I’)

4A[H] (‘J’)

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

37[H] (‘7’)

38[H] (‘8’)

39[H] (‘9’)

3A[H] (‘:’)

3B[H] (‘;’)

3C[H] (‘<’)

3D[H] (‘=’)

3E[H] (‘>’)

3F[H] (‘?’)

40[H] (‘@’)

[m]

20

21

22

23

17

18

19

24

25

26

12

13

14

15

16

8

9

10

11

5

6

7

2

3

0

1

4

[feet]

56.7

60.0

63.3

66.7

70.0

73.3

76.7

80.0

83.3

86.7

26.7

30.0

33.3

36.7

40.0

43.3

46.7

50.0

53.3

0

3.3

6.7

10.0

13.3

16.7

20.0

23.3

[m]

39

40

41

42

43

35

36

37

38

32

33

34

27

28

29

30

31

47

48

49

50

44

45

46

51

52

[ms]

101.5

104.4

107.3

110.2

113.1

116.0

118.9

121.8

124.7

78.3

81.2

84.1

87.0

89.9

92.8

95.7

98.6

127.6

130.5

133.4

136.3

139.2

142.1

145.0

147.9

150.8

5C[H] (‘\’)

5D[H] (‘]’)

5E[H] (‘^’)

5F[H] (‘_’)

60[H] (‘`’)

61[H] (‘a’)

62[H] (‘b’)

63[H] (‘c’)

64[H] (‘d’)

4B[H] (‘K’)

4C[H] (‘L’)

4D[H] (‘M’)

4E[H] (‘N’)

4F[H] (‘O’)

50[H] (‘P’)

51[H] (‘Q’)

52[H] (‘R’)

53[H] (‘S’)

54[H] (‘T’)

55[H] (‘U’)

56[H] (‘V’)

57[H] (‘W’)

58[H] (‘X’)

59[H] (‘Y’)

5A[H] (‘Z’)

5B[H] (‘[’)

[feet]

116.7

120.0

123.3

126.7

130.0

133.3

136.7

140.0

143.3

90.0

93.3

96.7

100.0

103.3

106.7

110.0

113.3

146.7

150.0

153.3

156.7

160.0

163.3

166.7

170.0

173.3

– 29 –

LINE OUTPUT 1,2 PARAMETER REQUEST :

52[H] 4F[H] 4D[H] 31[H],32[H] (‘ROL1,2’)

This command is used to read the setup of any desired single channel of the LINE OUTPUT 1 and 2 from the SRP-X700P.

The commands that correspond to the respective channels are shown below.

CHANNEL

LINE OUTPUT 1

LINE OUTPUT 2

Command

52[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 31[H] ‘ROL1’

52[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 32[H] ‘ROL2’

• Packet format

52[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 31[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

(In the case of LINE OUTPUT 1)

• Parameter

Specify the scene No. of the scene memory that you want to read, as the parameter.

Method of specifying the scene No. is the same as that of the GROUP FADER command. See page 20.

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the parameter is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

The parameter is the same as the 46 bytes of the LINE OUTPUT1 and 2 commands’ parameter from which the scene No. is exempted.

LINE OUTPUT3-8 : 43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 33[H]-38[H] (‘COL3-8’)

This command is used to implement setting up the desired single channel of the LINE OUTPUT3 to 8.

Various setups can be memorized in the scene memories by specifying these scene Nos.

The commands that correspond to the respective channels are shown below.

CHANNEL

LINE OUTPUT 3

LINE OUTPUT 4

LINE OUTPUT 5

LINE OUTPUT 6

LINE OUTPUT 7

LINE OUTPUT 8

Command

43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 33[H] ‘COL3’

43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 34[H] ‘COL4’

43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 35[H] ‘COL5’

43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 36[H] ‘COL6’

43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 37[H] ‘COL7’

43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 38[H] ‘COL8’

• Packet format

43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 33[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

(In the case of LINE OUTPUT 3)

– 30 –

• Parameter

The parameter consists of the 26 bytes all the time in the order as shown in the table below.

byte

1st

2nd-9th

10 th

11 th

12 th

13 th

14 th

15 th

16 th

17 th

Parameter name

SCENE No.

INDEX

REF LEVEL

FUNCTION ON/OFF

PEQ1 Frequency

PEQ1 Q

PEQ1 GAIN

PEQ2 Frequency

PEQ2 Q

PEQ2 GAIN byte

18 th

19 th

20 th

21 st

22 nd

23 rd

24 th

25 th

26 th

Parameter name

PEQ3 Frequency

PEQ3 Q

PEQ3 GAIN

PEQ4 Frequency

PEQ4 Q

PEQ4 GAIN

DELAY

GAIN LIMIT LEVEL

FADER LEVEL

When you specify NONE (30[H] ‘0’) as the scene No. in the 1st byte, you can establish the present setup.

At the same time, when you specify the scene No.(31[H] (‘1’) through 44[H] (‘D’)), parameters of the subsequent 2nd to 26th bytes are written in the scene memory.

For the method of setting the scene No. and index, refer to the GROUP FADER command (pages 20 and 21).

Method of setting the PEQ1-4 frequency, PEQ1-4 Q, PEQ1-4 Gain, Gain Limit and fader level is the same as that of the LINE 3 INPUT command. See pages 23 to 26.

Method of setting the REF LEVEL, Function ON/OFF and delay is the same as that of the LINE OUTPUT1 and 2 commands. See page

29.

For the packet example, see the example of the LINE 3 INPUT command on page 26. However, the parameter length becomes 26 bytes.

• REF LEVEL (10th byte)

This command is used to set the reference output level [dBu].

REF LEVEL

-10

-5

0

30[H] (‘0’)

35[H] (‘5’)

– 31 –

LINE OUTPUT3-8 PARAMETER REQUEST :

52[H] 4F[H] 4D[H] 33[H]-38[H] (‘ROL3-8’)

This command is used to read the setup of any desired single channel of the LINE OUTPUT 3 to 8 from the SRP-X700P.

The commands that correspond to the respective channels are shown below.

CHANNEL

LINE OUTPUT 3

LINE OUTPUT 4

LINE OUTPUT 5

LINE OUTPUT 6

LINE OUTPUT 7

LINE OUTPUT 8

Command

43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 33[H] ‘ROL3’

43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 34[H] ‘ROL4’

43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 35[H] ‘ROL5’

43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 36[H] ‘ROL6’

43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 37[H] ‘ROL7’

43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 38[H] ‘ROL8’

• Packet format

52[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 33[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

(In the case of LINE OUTPUT 3)

• Parameter

Specify the scene No. of the scene memory that you want to read, as the parameter.

Method of specifying the scene No. is the same as that of the GROUP FADER command. See page 20.

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the parameter is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

The parameter is the same as the 25 bytes of the LINE OUTPUT 3 through 8 commands’ parameter from which the scene No. is exempted.

MIC INPUT : 43[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 31[H]-36[H] (‘CIM1-6’)

This command is used to implement setting up the desired single channel of the MIC1/WL1 to MIC6/LINE2 input channels.

Various setups can be memorized in the scene memories by specifying these scene Nos.

The commands that correspond to the respective channels are shown below.

CHANNEL

MIC1/WL1

MIC2/WL2

MIC3

MIC4

MIC5/LINE1

MIC6/LINE2

Command

43[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 31[H] (‘CIM1’)

43[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 32[H] (‘CIM2’)

43[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 33[H] (‘CIM3’)

43[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 34[H] (‘CIM4’)

43[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 35[H] (‘CIM5’)

43[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 36[H] (‘CIM6’)

– 32 –

• Packet format

43[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 31[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

(In the case of MIC1/WL1 input channels)

• Parameter

The parameter consists of the 41 bytes all the time in the order as shown in the table below.

16th

17th

18th

19th

20th

21st

22nd

23rd

24th byte

1st

2nd-9th

10th

11th

12th

13th

14th

15th

Parameter name

SCENE No.

INDEX

TRIM

FUNCTIONON/OFF

PEQ1 Frequency

PEQ1 Q

PEQ1 GAIN

PEQ2 Frequency

PEQ2 Q

PEQ2 GAIN

PEQ3 Frequency

PEQ3 Q

PEQ3 GAIN

26[H] (‘&’) fixed

2F[H] (‘/’) fixed

30[H] (‘0’) fixed

FR1 Frequency

33rd

34th

35th

36th

37th

38th

39th

40th

41st byte

25th

26th

27th

28th

29th

30th

31st

32nd

Parameter name

46[H] (‘F’) fixed

FR1 GAIN

FR2 Frequency

46[H] (‘F’) fixed

FR2 GAIN

FR3 Frequency

46[H] (‘F’) fixed

FR3 GAIN

FR4 Frequency

46[H] (‘F‘) fixed

FR4 GAIN

FR5 Frequency

46[H] (‘F’) fixed

FR5 GAIN

COMPRESSOR

GAIN LIMIT LEVEL

FADER LEVEL

When you specify NONE (30[H] ‘0’) as the scene No. in the 1st byte, you can establish the present setup.

At the same time, when you specify the scene No.(31[H] (‘1’) through 44[H] (‘D’)), parameters of the subsequent 2nd through 41th bytes are written in the scene memory.

For the method of setting the scene No. and index, refer to the GROUP FADER command (pages 20 and 21).

Method of setting the PEQ1-3 frequency, PEQ1-3 Q, PEQ1-3 Gain, Gain Limit level and fader level is the same as that of the LINE 3

INPUT command. See pages 23 to 26.

For the packet example, see the example of the LINE 3 INPUT command on page 26. However, the parameter length becomes 41 byts.

– 33 –

• TRIM (10th byte)

This command is used to set the reference level [dBu] of the input terminals.

-54

-53

-52

-51

-50

-49

-48

-47

-46

Mic level input

-60

-59

-58

-57

-56

-55

-45

REF LEVEL

Line level input

-10

-9

-4

-3

-2

-1

0

-8

-7

-6

-5

+1

+2

+3

+4

+5

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

37[H] (‘7’)

38[H] (‘8’)

39[H] (‘9’)

3A[H] (‘:’)

3B[H] (‘;’)

3C[H] (‘<’)

3D[H] (‘=’)

3E[H] (‘>’)

3F[H] (‘?’)

• Function ON/OFF (11th byte)

This command is used to turn ON/OFF the parametric equalizer (PEQ), feedback reducer (FR) and low-cut filter (LCF) with the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

0 bit2

PEQ bit1

FR bit0

LCF

When you want to turn ON PEQ, FR and LCF, set the corresponding bit to 1. When you want to turn them OFF, set the corresponding bit to 0.

Bit-3 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

• FR frequency (24, 27, 30, 33 and 36th bytes), FR gain (26, 29, 32, 35 and 38th bytes)

This command is used to set the center frequency and the gain of the notch filter used for the feedback reducer.

Method of setting is the same as the of the PEQ frequency and PEQ gain. See pages 24 and 25.

• Compressor (39th byte)

This command is used to set the compressor.

COMPRESSOR

OFF

SOFT

MID

HARD

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

– 34 –

MIC INPUT PARAMETER REQUEST : 52[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 31[H]-36[H] (‘RIM1-6’)

This command is used to read the setup of any desired single channel of the MIC input channels from the SRP-X700P.

The commands that correspond to the respective channels are shown below.

CHANNEL

MIC1/WL1

MIC2/WL2

MIC3

MIC4

MIC5/LINE1

MIC6/LINE2

Command

52[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 31[H] (‘RIM1’)

52[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 32[H] (‘RIM2’)

52[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 33[H] (‘RIM3’)

52[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 34[H] (‘RIM4’)

52[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 35[H] (‘RIM5’)

52[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 36[H] (‘RIM6’)

• Packet format

52[H] 49[H] 4D[H] 31[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

(In the case of MIC1/WL1)

• Parameter

Specify the scene No. of the scene memory that you want to read, as the parameter.

Method of specifying the scene No. is the same as that of the GROUP FADER command. See page 20.

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the parameter is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

The parameter is the same as the 40 bytes of the MIC INPUT command parameter from which the scene No. is exempted.

MUTING/LINE4 SELECT : 43[H] 4D[H] 54[H] 53[H] (‘CMTS’)

This command is used to write the muting setup of the respective input/output channels and GROUP FADER, and the LINE4 SELECT setup for each scene memory.

• Packet format

43[H] 4D[H] 54[H] 53[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

The parameter consists of the 8 bytes in the order as shown in the table below.

byte

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

Parameter name

SCENE No.

MIC MUTING

LINE3,4 MUTING

LINE OUTPUT1-6 MUTING

LINE OUTPUT7,8/REC OUT/SPEAKER OUTPUT MUTING

MASTER MUTING

GROUP MUTING

LINE4 SELECT

– 35 –

When you specify the scene No.(31[H] (‘1’) through 44[H] (‘D’)), parameters of the subsequent 2nd through 8th bytes are written in the scene memory.

• Scene No. (1st byte)

This command is used to specify the scene No.

8

9

6

7

10

4

5

2

3

SCENE No.

1 31[H] ( ‘1’ )

32[H] ( ‘2’ )

33[H] ( ‘3’ )

34[H] ( ‘4’ )

35[H] ( ‘5’ )

36[H] ( ‘6’ )

37[H] ( ‘7’ )

38[H] ( ‘8’ )

39[H] ( ‘9’ )

3A[H] ( ‘:’ )

16

17

18

19

20

SCENE No.

11

12

13

14

15

3B[H] ( ‘;’ )

3C[H] ( ‘<’ )

3D[H] ( ‘=’ )

3E[H] ( ‘>’ )

3F[H] ( ‘?’ )

40[H] ( ‘@’ )

41[H] ( ‘A’ )

42[H] ( ‘B’ )

43[H] ( ‘C’ )

44[H] ( ‘D’ )

• MIC MUTING (2nd byte)

This command is used to specify muting of the MIC input channels with the 8-bit data.

When you want to set the MUTING status, set the corresponding bit to 1. When you want to cancel MUTING, set the corresponding bit to 0.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

MIC6/

LINE2 bit4

MIC5/

LINE1 bit3

MIC4 bit2

MIC3 bit1

MIC2/

WL2 bit0

MIC1/

WL1

• LINE MUTING (3rd byte)

This command is used to specify muting of the LINE input channels with the 8-bit data.

When you want to set the MUTING status, set the corresponding bit to 1. When you want to cancel MUTING, set the corresponding bit to 0.

Bit-2 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

0 bit2

0 bit1

LINE4 bit0

LINE3

• LINE OUTPUT1-6 MUTING (4th byte)

This command is used to specify muting of the LINE OUTPUT1 to 6 channels with the 8-bit data.

When you want to set the MUTING status, set the corresponding bit to 1. When you want to cancel MUTING, set the corresponding bit to 0.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

OUT6 bit4

OUT5 bit3

OUT4 bit2

OUT3 bit1

OUT2 bit0

OUT1

• LINE OUTPUT7,8/REC OUT1,2 /SPEAKER OUTPUT1,2 MUTING (5th byte)

This command is used to specify muting of the LINE OUTPUT7,8, REC OUT1,2, SPEAKER OUTPUT1 and 2 with the 8-bit data.

When you want to set the MUTING status, set the corresponding bit to 1. When you want to cancel MUTING, set the corresponding bit to 0.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5 bit4 bit3

SPEAKER SPEAKER REC

OUTPUT2 OUTPUT1 OUT2 bit2

REC

OUT1 bit1 bit0

OUTPUT8 OUTPUT7

– 36 –

• MASTER MUTING (6th byte)

This command is used to specify muting of the MASTER A and B with the 8-bit data.

When you want to set the MUTING status, set the corresponding bit to 1. When you want to cancel MUTING, set the corresponding bit to 0.

Bit-2 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

0 bit2

0 bit1 bit0

MASTER B MASTER A

• GROUP FADER MUTING (7th byte)

This command is used to specify muting of the REMOTE1 to 6 with 8-bit data.

When you want to set the MUTING status, set the corresponding bit to 1. When you want to cancel MUTING, set the corresponding bit to 0.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5 bit4 bit3 bit2 bit1 bit0

REMOTE6 REMOTE5 REMOTE4 REMOTE3 REMOTE2 REMOTE1

• LINE4 SELECT (8th byte)

This command is used to specify the selection channel for the LINE4 SELECT.

D

E

F

A

B

C

CH

OFF 30[H] ( ‘0’)

Example: When you want to write the following channels in the scene No.1 after setting MIC1/WL1-MIC4 in the MUTING status,

LINE OUTPUT7 and 8 in the MUTING status, other channels in the MUTING-released status and LINE4 SELECT in B.

43[H] 4D[H] 54[H] 53[H] 31[H] 4F[H] 40[H] 40[H] 43[H] 40[H] 40[H] 32[H] 0D[H]

(‘ C M T S 1 O @ @ C @ @ 2 CR’)

MUTING/LINE4 SELECT PARAMETER REQUEST:

52[H] 4D[H] 54[H] 53[H] (‘RMTS’)

This command is used to read the muting setup of the respective input/output channels and GROUP FADER for each scene memory and to read the LINE4 SELECT setup from the SRP-X700P.

• Packet format

52[H] 4D[H] 54[H] 53[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

Specify the scene No. of the scene memory that you want to read, as the parameter. Method to specify the scene No. is the same as that of the MUTING/LINE4 SELECT command. See page 36.

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the parameter is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

The parameter is the same as the 7 bytes of the MUTING/LINE4 SELECT command parameter from which the scene No. is exempted.

– 37 –

PANEL LOCK/FADER MODE : 43[H] 53[H] 45[H] 4C[H] ( ‘CSEL’ )

This command is used to set the PANEL LOCK and the FADER MODE.

• Packet format

43[H] 53[H] 45[H] 4C[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

Specify the setup of the PANEL LOCK and that of the FADER MODE as the parameters with the 8-bit data.

When you want to lock the PANEL LOCK, set 1. When you release the lock, set 0.

When you want to set the FADER MODE in the ACTIVE mode, set 1. When you want to set it in the INACTIVE mode, set 0.

Bit-2 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

0 bit2

0 bit1

PANEL

LOCK bit0

FADER

MODE

Example: When releasing lock of the PANEL LOCK and setting the FADER MODE to ACTIVE.

43[H] 53[H] 45[H] 4C[H] 42[H] 0D[H] (‘C S E L B CR’)

PARALLEL I/O : 43[H] 50[H] 49[H] 4F[H] (‘CPIO’)

This command is used to set the functions of the REMOTE PARALLEL terminal.

• Packet format

43[H] 50[H] 49[H] 4F[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

The parameter consists of the 44 bytes all the time in the order as shown in the table below.

9th

10th

11th

12th

13th

14th

15th

16th

5th

6th

7th

8th byte

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

17th

18th

19th

20th

21st

22nd

Parameter name

INPUT1 FUNCTION1

INPUT1 FUNCTION2

INPUT2 FUNCTION1

INPUT2 FUNCTION2

INPUT3 FUNCTION1

INPUT3 FUNCTION2

INPUT4 FUNCTION1

INPUT4 FUNCTION2

INPUT5 FUNCTION1

INPUT5 FUNCTION2

INPUT6 FUNCTION1

INPUT6 FUNCTION2

INPUT7 FUNCTION1

INPUT7 FUNCTION2

INPUT8 FUNCTION1

INPUT8 FUNCTION2

INPUT9 FUNCTION1

INPUT9 FUNCTION2

INPUT10 FUNCTION1

INPUT10 FUNCTION2

INPUT11 FUNCTION1

INPUT11 FUNCTION2

31st

32nd

33rd

34th

35th

36th

37th

38th byte

23rd

24th

25th

26th

27th

28th

29th

30th

39th

40th

41st

42nd

43rd

44th

Parameter name

INPUT12 FUNCTION1

INPUT12 FUNCTION2

OUTPUT1 FUNCTION1

OUTPUT1 FUNCTION2

OUTPUT2 FUNCTION1

OUTPUT2 FUNCTION2

OUTPUT3 FUNCTION1

OUTPUT3 FUNCTION2

OUTPUT4 FUNCTION1

OUTPUT4 FUNCTION2

OUTPUT5 FUNCTION1

OUTPUT5 FUNCTION2

OUTPUT6 FUNCTION1

OUTPUT6 FUNCTION2

OUTPUT7 FUNCTION1

OUTPUT7 FUNCTION2

OUTPUT8 FUNCTION1

OUTPUT8 FUNCTION2

OUTPUT9 FUNCTION1

OUTPUT9 FUNCTION2

OUTPUT10 FUNCTION1

OUTPUT10 FUNCTION2

– 38 –

• INPUT Function 1 (1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23rd byte)

This command is used to set the PARALLEL INPUT function 1.

FUNCTION1

NONE

AV SEL

LV L+

LVL–

LVL

30[H] (‘0‘)

31[H] (‘1‘)

32[H] (‘2‘)

33[H] (‘3‘)

34[H] (‘4‘)

FUNCTION1

Muting

RECALL

LINE3 Control

LINE4 Control

PJ Power

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

37[H] (‘7’)

38[H] (‘8’)

39[H] (‘9’)

• INPUT Function 2 (2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24th byte)

This command is used to set the PARALLEL INPUT function 2.

The different functions are supported for the respective values depending on the setup of the PARALLEL INPUT function 1.

FUNCTION2

NONE

NONE

AV SEL

A

B

C

D

E

F

OFF

9

10

11

12

13

7

8

5

6

1

2

3

4

17

18

19

20

14

15

16

Out6

Out7

Out8

MasterA

MasterB

Remote1

Remote2

Remote3

Remote4

Remote5

Remote6

LVL+

LVL–

LVL

Muting

Mic1

Mic2

Mic3

Mic4

Mic5Line1

Mic6Line2

Line3

Line4

Out1

Out2

Out3

Out4

Out5

RECALL

LINE3 Control

LINE4 Control

Play

Pause

Stop

FF

Rew

Rec

Next

Prev

On

Standby

PJ Power

NONE

3D[H] (‘=’)

3E[H] (‘>’)

3F[H] (‘?’)

40[H] (‘@’)

41[H] (‘A’)

42[H] (‘B’)

43[H] (‘C’)

44[H] (‘D’)

45[H] (‘E’)

46[H] (‘F’)

47[H] (‘G’)

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

37[H] (‘7’)

38[H] (‘8’)

39[H] (‘9’)

3A[H] (‘:’)

3B[H] (‘;’)

3C[H] (‘<’)

– 39 –

• OUTPUT Function 1 (25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35, 37, 39, 41, 43rd byte)

This command is used to set the PARALLEL OUTPUT function 1.

FUNCTION1

NONE

AV SEL

OVER

RECALL

PJ

30[H] (‘0’)

3 1[H] ( ‘1’)

3

(

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

• OUTPUT Function 2 (26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44th byte)

This command is used to set the PARALLEL OUTPUT function 2.

The different functions are supported for the respective values depending on the setup of the PARALLEL OUTPUT function 1.

NONE

NONE

D

E

B

C

F

AV

SEL

A

OFF

FUNCTION2

-

Over

RECALL

Mic1 1

Out2

Out3

Out4

Out5

Out6

Out7

Out8

MasterA

MasterB

Mic2

Mic3

Mic4

MicLine5

MicLine6

Line3

Line4

Out1

14

15

16

17

18

10

11

12

13

19

20

7

8

9

4

5

2

3

6

PJ Power

On

Standby

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

37[H] (‘7’)

38[H] (‘8’)

39[H] (‘9’)

3A[H] (‘:’)

3B[H] (‘;’)

3C[H] (‘<’)

3D[H] (‘=’)

3E[H] (‘>’)

3F[H] (‘?’)

40[H] (‘@’)

41[H] (‘A’)

42[H] (‘B’)

43[H] (‘C’)

Example: When setting the respective parameters as shown below.

INPUT1 function 1 : AV SEL

INPUT1 function 2

INPUT2-12 function 1

INPUT2-12 function 2

OUTPUT1 function 1

: B

: NONE

: NONE

: RECALL

OUTPUT1 function 2 : 1

OUTPUT2-10 function 1 : NONE

OUTPUT2-10 function 2 : NONE

43[H] 4D[H] 54[H] 53[H] 31[H] 31[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H]

30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H]

34[H] 32[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H]

30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 0D[H]

(‘C P I O 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CR’)

– 40 –

PARALLEL I/O PARAMETER REQUEST : 52[H] 50[H] 49[H] 4F[H] ('RPIO')

This command is used to read setup of the REMOTE PARALLEL terminal from the SRP-X700P.

• Packet format

52[H] 50[H] 49[H] 4F[H] 0D[H]

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the parameter is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

The parameter is the same as the 44 bytes of the PARALLEL I/O command parameter from which the scene No. is exempted.

REC OUT : 43[H] 4F[H] 52[H] 31[H],32[H] (‘COR1,2’)

This command is used to implement setting up the desired single channel of the REC OUT 1 and 2.

Various setups can be memorized in the scene memories by specifying these scene Nos.

The commands that correspond to the respective channels are shown below.

CHANNEL

REC OUT 1

REC OUT 2

Command

52[H] 4F[H] 52[H] 31[H] ‘ROR1’

52[H] 4F[H] 52[H] 32[H] ‘ROR2’

• Packet format

43[H] 4F[H] 52[H] 31[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

(In the case of REC OUT 1)

• Parameter

The parameter consists of the 10 bytes all the time in the order as shown in the table below.

byte

1st

2nd-9th

10th

Parameter name

SCENE No.

INDEX

REF LEVEL

When you specify NONE (30[H] ‘0’) as the scene No. in the 1st byte, you can establish the present setup.

At the same time, when you specify the scene No. (31[H] (‘1’) through 44[H] (‘D’)), the parameters of the subsequent 2nd to 10th bytes are written in the scene memory.

Method to set the scene No. and index is the same as that of the GROUP FADER command. See pages 20 and 21.

Method to set the REF LEVEL is the same as that of the LINE OUTPUT3-8 commands. See page 31.

For the packet example, see the example of the LINE 3 INPUT command on page 26. However, the parameter length becomes 10 bytes.

– 41 –

REC OUT PARAMETER REQUEST : 52[H] 4F[H] 4D[H] 33[H],32[H] (‘ROR1,2’)

This command is used to read parameter of the desired single channel of the REC OUT 1 and 2 from the SRP-X700P.

The commands that correspond to the respective channels are shown below.

CHANNEL

REC OUT 1

REC OUT 2

Command

52[H] 4F[H] 52[H] 31[H] ‘ROR1’

52[H] 4F[H] 52[H] 32[H] ‘ROR2’

• Packet format

52[H] 4F[H] 52[H] 31[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

(In the case of REC OUT 1)

• Parameter

Specify the scene No. of the scene memory that you want to read, as the parameter.

Method of specifying the scene No. is the same as that of the GROUP FADER command. See page 20.

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the parameter is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

The parameter is the same as the 9 bytes of the REC OUT1, 2 commands’ parameter from which the scene No. is exempted.

REMOTE : 43[H] 53[H] 49[H] 4F[H] (‘CSIO’)

This command is used to set the CONTROL S OUTPUT and the PROJECTOR CONTROL.

• Packet format

43[H] 53[H] 49[H] 4F[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

The parameter consists of the 24 bytes all the time in the order as shown in the table below.

The 24th byte should always be set to the fixed value (30[H] (‘0’)).

6th

7th

8th

9th

10th

11th

12th byte

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

LINE3 MACHINE TYPE

LINE3 CONNECTED CHANNEL

LINE4A MACHINE TYPE

LINE4A CONNECTED CHANNEL

LINE4B MACHINE TYPE

LINE4B CONNECTED CHANNEL

LINE4C MACHINE TYPE

LINE4C CONNECTED CHANNEL

LINE4D MACHINE TYPE

LINE4D CONNECTED CHANNEL

LINE4E MACHINE TYPE

LINE4E CONNECTED CHANNEL

18th

19th

20th

21st

22nd

23rd

24th byte

13th

14th

15th

16th

17th

LINE4F MACHINE TYPE

LINE4F CONNECTED CHANNEL

CONTROL S I/F TYPE

PJ CONTROL

LINE4 A SIGNAL DEFINE

LINE4 B SIGNAL DEFINE

LINE4 C SIGNAL DEFINE

LINE4 D SIGNAL DEFINE

LINE4 E SIGNAL DEFINE

LINE4 F SIGNAL DEFINE

PROJECTOR PROTOCOL

30[H] (‘0‘) fixed

– 42 –

• LINE3-4F machine type (1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 and 13th byte)

This command is used to set category of the Control S.

MACHINE TYPE

NONE

DVD

VTR1(Beta)

VTR2(8mm)

VTR3(VHS)

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

MACHINE TYPE

VTR4(DV)

MD

CD

CD-R

• LINE3-4F connection (2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14th byte)

This command is used to set the output channel of the CONTROL S signal.

3

4

CHANNEL TYPE

1

2

4 (

4 (

4 (

4 3[H] ( ‘C’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

37[H] (‘7’)

38[H] (‘8’)

• CONTROL S I/F TYPE (15th byte)

This command is used to set the connection type of the channels 1 to 4 of the CONTROL S OUTPUT terminal.

When you want to set the I/F type to WIRED, set the corresponding bit to 0. When you want to set the I/F type to IR, set the corresponding bit to 1.

Bits 4 through 7 are fixed all the time.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

CH4

CONNECTION

TYPE bit2

CH3 bit1

CH2 bit0

CH1

CONNECTION CONNECTION CONNECTION

TYPE TYPE TYPE

• PJ CONTROL (16th byte)

This command is used to set ON/OFF of the REMOTE POWER ENABLE and selection of the PROJECTOR CONTROL terminal with the 8-bit data.

When you want to set the REMOTE POWER ENABLE to ON, set bit 1 to 1. When you to set it to OFF, set bit 1 to 0.

Bit 0 (I/F) changes depending on the setup of the “Projector Protocol” described later.

Bits 2 through 7 are fixed all the time.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3

0 bit2

0 bit1 bit0

REMOTE I/F

POWER

ENABLE

• Video signal type (17th through 22nd byte)

This command is used to set the type of video signal of the equipment connected to LINE4 A to F.

SIGNAL DEFINE

VIDEO

S VIDEO

RGB

COMPONENT

LAN

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

– 43 –

• Projector protocol (23rd byte)

This command is used to select protocol of the projector to be connected.

Bit 0 of the “PJ CONTROL” changes depending on the protocol.

PROJECTOR

PROTOCOL

VPL-FX50

VPL-PX32/31/21

PFM-42B1

VPL-PX15

VPL-PX10/PS10

VPL-CX11/CX10

SANYO LP-XP45/40

30[H] (‘0’)

31[H] (‘1’)

32[H] (‘2’)

33[H] (‘3’)

34[H] (‘4’)

35[H] (‘5’)

36[H] (‘6’)

0

1

0

0

1

1

0

PJ CONTROL bit0

Example: When setting the respective parameters as shown below.

LINE3 machine type : CD

LINE3 connected channel

LINE4A-F machine type

LINE4A-F machine type

: 1

: NONE

: 2

CONTROL S I/F TYPE

PJ CONTROL

LINE4 A-C signal define

LINE4 D-F signal define

Projector protocol

: CH1 is set to IR, and CH2-4 are set to WIRED.

: REMOTE POWER ENABLE is set to ON.

: VIDEO

: RGB

: VPL-FX50

43[H] 4D[H] 54[H] 53[H] 37[H] 40[H] 30[H] 41[H] 30[H] 41[H] 30[H] 41[H] 30[H] 41[H] 30[H]

41[H] 30[H] 41[H] 41[H] 42[H] 30[H] 30[H] 30[H] 32[H] 32[H] 32[H] 30[H] 30[H] 0D[H]

(‘C S I O 7 @ 0 A 0 A 0 A 0 A 0 A 0 A A B 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 CR’)

REMOTE PARAMETER REQUEST : 52[H] 50[H] 49[H] 4F[H] (‘RPIO’)

This command is used to read setups of the CONTROL S OUTPUT and PROJECTOR CONTROL from the SRP-X700P.

• Packet format

52[H] 50[H] 49[H] 4F[H] 0D[H]

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the parameter is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

The parameter is the same as the 24 byte parameter of the REMOTE command.

– 44 –

ROUTING : 43[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 31[H]-38[H] (‘CRL1-8’)

43[H] 52[H] 52[H] 31[H]-32[H] (‘CRR1-2’)

This command is used to set the routing for the OUTPUT channels.

Various setups can be memorized in the scene memories by specifying these scene Nos.

The commands that correspond to the respective channels are shown below.

CHANNEL

LINE OUTPUT 1

LINE OUTPUT 2

LINE OUTPUT 3

LINE OUTPUT 4

LINE OUTPUT 5

LINE OUTPUT 6

LINE OUTPUT 7

LINE OUTPUT 8

REC OUT 1

REC OUT 2

Command

43[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 31[H] ‘CRL1’

43[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 32[H] ‘CRL2’

43[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 33[H] ‘CRL3’

43[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 34[H] ‘CRL4’

43[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 35[H] ‘CRL5’

43[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 36[H] ‘CRL6’

43[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 37[H] ‘CRL7’

43[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 38[H] ‘CRL8’

43[H] 52[H] 52[H] 31[H] ‘CRR1’

43[H] 52[H] 52[H] 32[H] ‘CRR2’

• Packet format

43[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 31[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

(In the case of LINE OUTPUT1)

• Parameter

The parameter consists of the 20 bytes all the time in the order as shown in the table below.

5th

6th

7th

8th

9th

10th byte

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Parameter name

SCENE No.

MIC1/WL1 LEVEL

MIC2/WL2 LEVEL

MIC3 LEVEL

MIC4 LEVEL

MIC5/LINE1 LEVEL

MIC6/LINE2 LEVEL

LINE3 L LEVEL

LINE3 R LEVEL

LINE4 A-C,F L LEVEL

15 th

16 th

17 th

18 th

19 th

20 th byte

11 th

12 th

13 th

14 th

Parameter name

LINE4 A-C,F R LEVEL

LINE4 D-E L LEVEL

LINE4 D-E R LEVEL

LINE4 D-E LS LEVEL

LINE4 D-E RS LEVEL

LINE4 D-E C LEVEL

LINE4 D-E SW LEVEL

MIC1/WL1-MIC6/LINE2 ON/OFF

LINE3-LINE4A-C ON/OFF

LINE4 D,E ON/OFF

When you specify NONE (30[H] ‘0’) as the scene No. in the 1st byte, you can establish the present setup.

At the same time, when you specify the scene No.(31[H] (‘1’) through 44[H] (‘D’)), parameters of the subsequent 2nd through 20th byte are written in the scene memory.

For the method of setting the scene No., see the GROUP FADER command (pages 20 and 21).

– 45 –

• Level (2-17th byte)

This command is used to set the ASSIGN level [dB].

LEVEL

-20

-15

-12

-9

-6

-3

0

40[H] (‘@’)

45[H] (‘ E’)

48[H] (‘H’)

4B[H] (‘K’)

4E[H] (‘N’)

53[H] (‘S’)

• MIC1/WL1-MIC6/LINE2 ON/OFF (18th byte)

This command is used to turn ON/OFF the routing of the MIC1/WL1 to MIC6/LINE2 with the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

MIC6/

LINE2 bit4

MIC5/

LINE1 bit3

MIC4 bit2

MIC3 bit1

MIC2/

WL2 bit0

MIC1/

WL1

When you want to set the respective input channels to ON, set the corresponding bit to 1. When you want to set the corresponding bit to 0.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

• LINE3-LINE4 A-C ON/OFF (19th byte)

This command is used to turn ON/OFF the routing of the LINE3 and LINE4 A to C with the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

0 bit3 bit2 bit1

LINE4 A-C LINE4 A-C LINE3

R L R bit0

LINE3

L

When you want to set the respective input channels to ON, set the corresponding bit to 1. When you want to set the corresponding bit to 0.

Bit-4 to bit-7 are fixed all the time.

• LINE4 D,E ON/OFF (20th byte)

This command is used to turn ON/OFF the routing of the LINE4 D and E with the 8-bit data.

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

LINE4

D,E

RS bit4

LINE4

D,E

LS bit3

LINE4

D,E

SW bit2

LINE4

D,E

R bit1

LINE4

D,E

C bit0

LINE4

D,E

L

When you want to set the respective input channels to ON, set the corresponding bit to 1. When you want to set the corresponding bit to 0.

Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time.

Example: When setting the respective parameters of LINE OUTPUT1 as shown below.

MIC1/WL1-MIC5/LINE2 level : 0dB

LINE3 L - LINE 4D-E SW level

MIC1/WL1-MIC6/LINE2 ON/OFF

: -9dB

: MIC1/WL1 through MIC4 are set to ON.

MIC5/LINE1 and MIC6/LINE2 are set to OFF.

LINE3 - LINE4A-C ON/OFF: LINE3 : Set all to OFF.

LINE4 D,E ON/OFF : Set all to OFF.

43[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 31[H] 30[H] 59[H] 59[H] 59[H] 59[H] 59[H] 59[H] 4B[H] 4B[H] 4B[H]

4B[H] 4B[H] 4B[H] 4B[H] 4B[H] 4B[H] 4B[H] 4B[H] 4B[H] 4F[H] 40[H] 40[H] 0D[H]

( ‘C R L 1 0 Y Y Y Y Y Y K K K K K K K K K K O @ @’ )

– 46 –

ROUTING PARAMETER REQUEST : 52[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 31[H]-38[H] (‘RRL1-8’)

52[H] 52[H] 52[H] 31[H]-32[H] (‘RRR1-2’)

This command is used to read setup of the routing to the OUTPUT channels with the 8-bit data from the SRP-X700P.

The commands that correspond to the respective channels are shown below.

CHANNEL

LINE OUTPUT 1

LINE OUTPUT 2

LINE OUTPUT 3

LINE OUTPUT 4

LINE OUTPUT 5

LINE OUTPUT 6

LINE OUTPUT 7

LINE OUTPUT 8

REC OUT 1

REC OUT 2

Command

52[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 31[H] ‘RRL1’

52[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 32[H] ‘RRL2’

52[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 33[H] ‘RRL3’

52[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 34[H] ‘RRL4’

52[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 35[H] ‘RRL5’

52[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 36[H] ‘RRL6’

52[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 37[H] ‘RRL7’

52[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 38[H] ‘RRL8’

52[H] 52[H] 52[H] 31[H] ‘RRR1’

52[H] 52[H] 52[H] 32[H] ‘RRR2’

• Packet format

52[H] 52[H] 4C[H] 31[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

Specify the scene No. of the scene memory that you want to read, as the parameter.

Method of specifying the scene No. is the same as that of the GROUP FADER command. See page 20.

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the parameter is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

The parameter is the same as the 19 bytes of the ROUTING command parameter from which the scene No. is exempted.

SCENE INDEX REQUEST : 52[H] 53[H] 43[H] 49[H] (‘RSCI’)

This command is used to read index of the scene memory from the SRP-X700P.

• Packet format

52[H] 53[H] 43[H] 49[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

Specify the scene No. of the scene memory that you want to read, as the parameter.

Method of specifying the scene No. is the same as that of the SCENE STORE command.

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the 8-bytes index is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “index” 0D[H]

– 47 –

SCENE PARAMETER REQUEST : 52[H] 53[H] 43[H] 52[H] (‘RSTR’)

This command is used to read the setups of the functions of recalling at the event of scene recall from the SRP-X700P for all scene memories.

• Packet format

52[H] 53[H] 43[H] 52[H] 0D[H]

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the parameter is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

The parameter consists of the 40 bytes all the time in the order as shown in the table below.

5th

6th

7th

8th

9th

10th

11th

12th byte

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

13th

14th

15th

16th

17th

18th

19th

20th

Parameter name

SCENE No.1 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.1 FUNCTION2

SCENE No.2 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.2 FUNCTION2

SCENE No.3 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.3 FUNCTION2

SCENE No.4 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.4 FUNCTION2

SCENE No.5 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.5 FUNCTION2

SCENE No.6 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.6 FUNCTION2

SCENE No.7 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.7 FUNCTION2

SCENE No.8 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.8 FUNCTION2

SCENE No.9 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.9 FUNCTION2

SCENE No.10 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.10 FUNCTION2

25th

26th

27th

28th

29th

30th

31st

32nd byte

21st

22nd

23rd

24th

33rd

34th

35th

36th

37th

38th

39th

40th

Parameter name

SCENE No.11 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.11 FUNCTION2

SCENE No.12 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.12 FUNCTION2

SCENE No.13 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.13 FUNCTION2

SCENE No.14 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.14 FUNCTION2

SCENE No.15 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.15 FUNCTION2

SCENE No.16 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.16 FUNCTION2

SCENE No.17 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.17 FUNCTION2

SCENE No.18 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.18 FUNCTION2

SCENE No.19 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.19 FUNCTION2

SCENE No.20 FUNCTION1

SCENE No.20 FUNCTION2

Parameters of the Functions 1 and 2 are the same as those of the SCENE STORE command. See page 50.

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SCENE RECALL BUTTON : 43[H] 52[H] 53[H] 41[H] (‘CRSA’)

This command is used to set the scene No. to be recalled, to the SCENE RECALL A to D buttons on the front of the SRP-X700P.

• Packet format

43[H] 52[H] 53[H] 41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

The parameter consists of the 4 bytes all the time in the order as shown in the table below.

byte

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Parameter name

RECALL A SCENE No.

RECALL B SCENE No.

RECALL C SCENE No.

RECALL D SCENE No.

Method of specifying the scene No. is the same as that of the SCENE STORE command.

Example: When you want to set the respective buttons as shown below.

RECALL A : Scene No.1

RECALL B : Scene No.2

RECALL C : Scene No.3

RECALL D : Scene No.4

43[H] 52[H] 53[H] 41[H] 31[H] 32[H] 33[H] 34[H] 0D[H]

(‘C R S A 1 2 3 4 CR’)

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SCENE RECALL BUTTON PARAMETER REQUEST :

52[H] 52[H] 53[H] 41[H] (‘RRSA’)

This command is used to read the scene Nos. that are set to the SCENE RECALL A to D buttons on the front of the SRP-X700P.

• Packet format

52[H] 52[H] 53[H] 41[H] 0D[H]

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the parameter is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

The parameter is the same as that of the SCENE RECALL BUTTON command.

SCENE STORE : 43[H] 53[H] 54[H] 52[H] ( ‘CSTR’ )

This command is used to store the scenes to the scene memory.

The procedure to store the scenes to the scene memory is shown below.

1. Specify the scene numbers that you want to store using the respective commands of MIC INPUT, LINE3 INPUT, LINE4 INPUT,

ROUTING, LINE OUTPUT 1 and 2, LINE OUTPUT 3 through 8, REC OUT, SPEAKER OUTPUT, MUTING/LINE 4 SELECT and GROUP FADER. Then send the parameters that you want to store, to the scene memory.

2. Send the SCENE STORE command to store the scenes.

• Packet format

43[H] 53[H] 54[H] 52[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

The parameter consists 11 bytes all the time in the order as shown in the table below.

byte

1st

2nd-9th

10th

11th

Parameter name

SCENE No.

INDEX

FUNCTION1

FUNCTION2

Method of setting index is the same as that of the GROUP FADER command. See page 20.

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• Scene No. (1st byte)

This command is used to specify the scene No. to be stored.

8

9

10

5

6

7

2

3

SCENE No.

1

4

31[H] ( ‘1’ )

32[H] ( ‘2’ )

33[H] ( ‘3’ )

34[H] ( ‘4’ )

35[H] ( ‘5’ )

36[H] ( ‘6’ )

37[H] ( ‘7’ )

38[H] ( ‘8’ )

39[H] ( ‘9’ )

3A[H] ( ‘:’ )

18

19

20

15

16

17

SCENE No.

11

12

13

14

3B[H] ( ‘;’ )

3C[H] ( ‘<’ )

3D[H] ( ‘=’ )

3E[H] ( ‘>’ )

3F[H] ( ‘?’ )

40[H] ( ‘@’ )

41[H] ( ‘A’ )

42[H] ( ‘B’ )

43[H] ( ‘C’ )

44[H] ( ‘D’ )

• Function 1, 2 (10, 11th byte)

This command is used to specify the function to implement recalling at the event of scene recall with the two 8-bit data.

When you want to recall the scene, set the corresponding bit to 1. When you do not want to recall the scene, set the corresponding bit to 0.

If bit 5 (Clear) of the function 1 is 1, the scene memory is cleared and the scene will not be recalled.

Bit-6 and bit-7 of the function 1 and bit-5 to bit-7 of the function 2 are fixed all the time.

<Function 1>

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

Clear bit4 bit3 bit2

ROUTING AV INPUT

SELECTOR FADER bit1 bit0

INPUT INPUT

MUTING FUNCTION

<Function 2>

bit7

0 bit6

1 bit5

0 bit4

FADER

GROUP bit3

GROUP bit2

MUTING FADER bit1

OUTPUT OUTPUT OUTPUT

MUTING bit0

FUNCTION

Example: When setting the respective parameters as shown below.

Scene No.

: 1

Index : START

Function 1,2 : All recall

43[H] 53[H] 54[H] 52[H] 31[H] 53[H] 54[H] 41[H] 52[H] 54[H] 20[H] 20[H] 20[H] 5F[H]

5F[H] 0D[H]

(‘C S T R 1 S T A R T s s s _ _ CR’)

“s” indicates the space.

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SPEAKER OUTPUT : 43[H] 4F[H] 53[H] 50[H] (‘COSP’)

This command is used to set the SPEAKER OUTPUT.

Various setups can be memorized in the scene memories by specifying these scene Nos.

• Packet format

43[H] 4F[H] 4C[H] 33[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

The parameter consists of the 22 bytes all the time in the order as shown in the table below.

byte

1st

2nd

3rd-10th

11th

12th

13th-20th

21st

22nd

Parameter name

SCENE No.

FUNCTION ON/OFF

CH1 INDEX

CH1 SELECTOR

CH1 ATT

CH2 INDEX

CH2 SELECTOR

CH2 ATT

When you specify NONE (30[H] ‘0’) as the scene No. in the 1st byte, you can establish the present setup.

At the same time, when you specify the scene No. (31[H] (‘1’) through 44[H] (‘D’)), parameters of the subsequent 2nd through 22nd byte are written in the scene memory.

Method of setting the scene No. and setting index of each channel, refer to the GROUP FADER command (pages 20 through 21).

For the packet example, see the example of the LINE 3 INPUT command on page 26. However, the parameter length becomes 22 bytes.

• Function ON/OFF (2nd byte)

This command is used to set the mode of the SPEAKER OUT terminal.

When you want to set the Lo Imp. mode, set 40[H] (‘@’). When you want to set the 70V LINE mode, set 41[H] (‘A’).

• CH1, 2 selector (11, 21st byte)

This command is used to select the signal to be output from the SPEAKER OUTPUT terminal.

CHANNEL

LINE OUTPUT 1

LINE OUTPUT 2

LINE OUTPUT 3

LINE OUTPUT 4

LINE OUTPUT 5

30[H] (‘0

’)

31[H] (‘1

’)

32[H] (‘2 ’)

33[H] (‘3 ’)

34[H] (‘4 ’)

CHANNEL

LINE OUTPUT 6

LINE OUTPUT 7

LINE OUTPUT 8

REC OUT1

REC OUT2

35[H] (‘5

’)

36[H] (‘6

’)

37[H] (‘7 ’)

38[H] (‘8 ’)

39[H] (‘9 ’)

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• ATT (12, 22nd byte)

This command is used to set the ATT level [dB] of SPEAKER OUTPUT.

22

21

20

19

25

24

23

ATT LEVEL

30

27

30[H] (‘0‘)

39[H] (‘9‘)

3A[H] (‘:‘)

3B[H] (‘;‘)

3C[H] (‘<‘)

3D[H] (‘=‘)

3E[H] (‘>‘)

3F[H] (‘?‘)

40[H] (‘@‘)

41[H] (‘A‘)

12

11

10

9

15

14

13

ATT LEVEL

18

17

16

42[H] (‘B ’)

43[H] (‘C ’)

44[H] (‘D ’)

45[H] (‘E ’)

46[H] (‘F ’)

47[H] (‘G ’)

48[H] (‘H

’)

49[H] (‘I

’)

4A[H] (‘J ’)

4B[H] (‘K ’)

2

1

0

5

4

3

7

6

ATT LEVEL

8 4C[H] (‘L ’)

4D[H] (‘M ’)

4E[H] (‘N ’)

4F[H] (‘O ’)

51[H] (‘Q ’)

53[H] (‘S ’)

55[H] (‘U

’)

57[H] (‘W

’)

59[H] (‘Y ’)

SPEAKER OUTPUT PARAMETER REQUEST : 52[H] 4F[H] 53[H] 50[H] (‘ROSP’)

This command is used to read the setup of the SPEAKER OUTPUT from the SRP-X700P.

• Packet format

52[H] 4F[H] 53[H] 50[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

• Parameter

Specify the scene No. of the scene memory that you want to read, as the parameter.

Method of specifying the scene No. is the same as that of the GROUP FADER command. See page 20.

• Return packet format

When communication with the SRP-X700P is established with success, the parameter is returned together with ACK (41[H] (‘A’)) in the order shown below.

41[H] “parameter” 0D[H]

The parameter is the same as the 21 bytes of the SPEAKER OUTPUT command parameter from which the scene No. is exempted.

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