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Radio Systems Millenium-D Digital Console
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Radio Systems Millenium-D Digital Console
Installation and Operation Manual
Radio Systems Millenium Digital Broadcast Manual Part # MAN-MILLCOND
For Console Models:
RS-6D
RS-12D
RS-18D
RS-6DNET (include network manual supplement)
RS-12DNET (include network manual supplement)
RS-18DNET (include network manual supplement)
Manual Revision 11-05-2014
for serial numbers 100859 and higher
Revisions to include
Sect 2.2.3 Updated to reference Correct Jumper designations per Illustration B-1
Illustration D-3 Updated to call out Mute 1 DIM Control
Illustration B-1 Updated to detail new Control Board part # 18522
Illustration B-1 Updated to detail “classic” remote control protocol
Sect 2.2.10 Updated to reference New Control Prom 18407 Functionality
Illustration B-2 Updated to detail Cue/IFB Control
Illustration B-3 Included to detail “Classic” Control
Illustration D-1 Corrected Part #14800B
Illustration D-2 Corrected Part #15354B
Illustration F-1 Corrected Part #18516/18522
Illustration F-2 Corrected Part #18522
Illustration F-7 & F-8 Corrected Part #15277
Parts List F-9 Corrected Part #15831 to White LED
Copyright 2010 by Radio Systems Design, Inc. All rights reserved. Radio Systems Design, Inc. reserves specification
privileges. Information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
Technical support: +1-856-467-8000 or tech@radiosystems.com
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Installation/Wiring/Operation.................................................................................................. 5
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.3.1
1.4
1.4.1
1.4.2
1.4.3
1.4.4
1.4.5
1.4.6
1.5
1.5.1
1.5.2
1.5.3
1.5.4
1.5.5
1.5.6
1.5.7
1.5.8
1.5.9
1.5.10
1.5.11
1.5.12
Illustration A-1
Illustration A-2
Illustration A-3
Console Placement......................................................................................................... 5
Opening the Console...................................................................................................... 5
Power Supply.................................................................................................................. 5
Installation....................................................................................................................... 5
Wiring Access Layout..................................................................................................... 5
Audio Inputs................................................................................................................... 5
Audio Outputs................................................................................................................. 5
Control............................................................................................................................ 6
Audio Connectors........................................................................................................... 6
Wiring Quick Connectors................................................................................................ 6
Grounding and Shielding............................................................................................... 6
Operation........................................................................................................................ 6
Input Assignment .......................................................................................................... 6
Mic Use ......................................................................................................................... 7
Cue Circuitry . ................................................................................................................ 7
Output Routing............................................................................................................... 7
Utility Buses.................................................................................................................... 7
Mix-Minus via the “TEL” Bus........................................................................................... 7
Monitor Amplifier Output Select .................................................................................... 7
Headphone Amplifier Output Select............................................................................... 8
VU Meter Selection (six channel consoles only)............................................................ 8
Remote Control............................................................................................................... 8
Eight Position Switcher................................................................................................... 8
Console Clock Timer...................................................................................................... 8
CT-2002 Console Clock/Timer/Master Clock.................................................................. 9
CT-2002 Console Clock/Timer Wiring Diagram............................................................ 10
LED Meter Board with Talkback Microphone............................................................... 11
Six Channel Control Board.................................................................................................... 12
2.1
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.2.3.1
2.2.3.2
2.2.4
2.2.5
2.2.6
2.2.6.1
2.2.6.2
2.2.6.3
2.2.6.4
2.2.7
2.2.8
2.2.9
2.2.10
2.2.11
2.3
Illustration B-1
Illustration B-2
Illustration B-3
Overview....................................................................................................................... 12
Function Programming................................................................................................. 12
Channel Power-Up Mode............................................................................................. 12
Remote Control Options – by Channel......................................................................... 12
Remote Control Options – by Input.............................................................................. 13
Pulse/Holding Remote Control..................................................................................... 13
Send Through of Remote On/Off Commands.............................................................. 13
Muting Buses................................................................................................................ 13
Timer Reset................................................................................................................... 13
Cue Options by Channel.............................................................................................. 14
Cue on Fader Detent.................................................................................................... 14
Auto Cue....................................................................................................................... 14
Cue Defeat on Channel ON.......................................................................................... 14
Cue Exclusive............................................................................................................... 14
Cue Options by Input................................................................................................... 14
Off (Ready) Lamp Options........................................................................................... 14
Analog/Digital programming........................................................................................ 15
Remote Control Connector........................................................................................... 15
Optional Remote Control Board................................................................................... 15
Monitor Control Board.................................................................................................. 15
Six Channel Control Board Jumper Settings .............................................................. 16
Remote Control Wiring (factory default with Cue for IFB)............................................ 17
Remote Control Wiring (“Classic” Mode)..................................................................... 18
Six Channel Audio Mother Board......................................................................................... 19
3.1
3.2
Input Connectors.......................................................................................................... 19
Input Configurations..................................................................................................... 19
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3.2.1
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.4
3.4.1
3.5
Illustration C-1
Illustration C-2
Illustration C-3
Illustration C-4
Output Boards
4.0
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.2.5
4.3
4.3.1
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.6.3
4.6.4
4.6.5
Illustration D-1
Illustration D-2
Illustration D-3
Illustration D-4
Illustration D-5
Illustration D-6
Illustration E-1
Illustration E-2
Illustration E-3
Illustration E-4
Illustration E-5
Illustration E-6
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.3.2.1
5.3.2.2
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Input Wiring.................................................................................................................. 19
Analog Daughter Cards .............................................................................................. 19
Unbalanced Analog Audio........................................................................................... 19
Analog Mono Inputs - for Mic and Line Level .............................................................. 19
Input Sensitivity............................................................................................................. 19
Phantom Power............................................................................................................. 20
Digital Daughter Cards................................................................................................. 20
Unbalanced Digital Audio............................................................................................ 20
“Patch-Point” Connections............................................................................................ 20
Analog input plug-In Board p/n 15303......................................................................... 21
Digital Input Plug-In Board 15304................................................................................ 22
6 Input Mother BoardRJ-45 Connector Version .......................................................... 23
6 Input Mother Board5 Pin Connector Version ............................................................ 24
. ............................................................................................................. 25
Overview....................................................................................................................... 25
Analog Output Board.................................................................................................... 25
Program and Audition Analog Outputs......................................................................... 25
“TEL” Output ................................................................................................................ 26
External Monitor and Headphone Inputs .................................................................... 26
Headphone Outputs..................................................................................................... 26
Monitor Sends............................................................................................................... 26
Digital Output Board..................................................................................................... 27
Digital Program Outputs............................................................................................... 27
Digital Utility Outputs ................................................................................................... 27
RS-232 Connectivity..................................................................................................... 27
Clock Rate (Digital Sync.)............................................................................................. 28
Eight Position Switcher................................................................................................. 28
Control Wiring............................................................................................................... 28
Mute and Timer Reset Bus Connections ..................................................................... 28
Talk Back Connections................................................................................................. 28
Intercom Kit.................................................................................................................. 29
Internal Adjustments and Level Calibration.................................................................. 29
Program Bus Output Level Adjust................................................................................ 29
VU Meter “0” Calibration............................................................................................... 30
Peak LED Trip Point Calibration.................................................................................... 30
External Monitor Input Level......................................................................................... 30
Cue Bus External Input Level....................................................................................... 30
Analog Output and Meter Board 5-Pin ........................................................................ 31
Analog Output and Meter Board RJ-45 . ..................................................................... 32
Digital Output and Processor Board RJ-45 ................................................................. 33
Digital Output and Processor Board 5-Pin .................................................................. 34
Auxiliary Control Relay Wiring....................................................................................... 35
Talkback Wiring............................................................................................................. 36
Enhanced Remote Interface Card................................................................................ 37
Four Source Router Card.............................................................................................. 38
DA Mixer Card.............................................................................................................. 39
DA Mixer Card Programming Examples....................................................................... 40
Intercom Wiring Card................................................................................................... 41
Intercom Card Table-Top Speaker & Console Interconnection.................................... 42
Description – Overview................................................................................................. 43
Operation...................................................................................................................... 43
Installation and Wiring.................................................................................................. 43
Control Wiring............................................................................................................... 43
Intercom card audio wiring........................................................................................... 43
Console internal wiring................................................................................................. 43
Table-top speaker wiring.............................................................................................. 43
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5.4
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Console interconnection............................................................................................... 44
Calibration.................................................................................................................... 44
Using Active Balanced Circuitry........................................................................................... 45
Six Channel Control Board Schematic F-1.......................................................................... 46
Parts Layout F-2/3......................................................................................................... 47
Parts List F-4/5.............................................................................................................. 48
Monitor Board Schematic F-6................................................................................................ 49
Parts Layout F-7/8......................................................................................................... 52
Parts List F-9................................................................................................................. 54
CT-2002 Clock/Timer Schematic F-10/11.............................................................................. 55
Parts Layout F-12.......................................................................................................... 57
Parts List F-13/14/15..................................................................................................... 58
Analog Output Board Schematic F-16/17/18........................................................................ 61
Parts Layout F-19.......................................................................................................... 64
Parts List F-20/21/22..................................................................................................... 65
Power Supply Interface Schematic F-23.............................................................................. 68
Parts Layout F-24/25..................................................................................................... 69
Parts List F-26............................................................................................................... 71
Console DA Mixer Schematic F-27/28.................................................................................. 72
Parts Layout F-29.......................................................................................................... 74
Parts List F-30............................................................................................................... 75
Console VU Meter Schematic F31........................................................................................ 76
Console VU Meter Schematic F32........................................................................................ 77
Millenium Digital Console Specifications............................................................................ 78
Frequency Response.................................................................................................... 79
Millenium Digital Consoles Parts Ordering ........................................................................ 80
Millenium Consoles - Warranty and Repair Policies Warranty.......................................... 81
Repair Policy................................................................................................................. 81
Return Instructions....................................................................................................... 81
Millenium - Digital Console Software................................................................................... 82
Overview....................................................................................................................... 82
Utility Buses............................................................................................................. 83-85
Output Levels................................................................................................................ 86
Channel Settings..................................................................................................... 87-89
8 Position Switches....................................................................................................... 90
Communications/Serial COM Port........................................................................... 91-92
Help Screens................................................................................................................ 93
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Installation/Wiring/Operation
1.1
Console Placement
Because neither ventilation nor rear access is required, the console may be mounted on any sturdy surface. Opening
the lid provides access to all electronics, internal controls and wiring points.
After placing the console, open the lid and mark the cable access slots on the chassis bottom on the table surface.
Remove the console and cut the slots with a saber saw. The console may then be permanently mounted with two #10
sheet metal screws inserted through the two holes provided in the front of the chassis’ bottom pan.
1.2
Opening the Console
A “T”-shaped lifter is provided to open the console. The external lifter discourages unauthorized access to console
electronics. Keep it in a secure place. Resist the urge to use the right-hand rotary knobs to raise the console lid as this
will quickly result in damage to these faders.
This lifter can be inserted in any fader slot, rotated 900 and used to raise the lid. Once the lid is opened, pull the two
hinges forward to lock the lid open.
To close the lid, push the hinges in to release the locks, while holding the lid up with the “T” lifter, and gently lower the
console.
1.3
Power Supply
1.3.1
Installation
All console operating voltages are provided by the external power supply that connects to the console via a multi conductor cable. A ten-foot length is provided as standard equipment. Longer lengths, up to 20 feet, are available from
the factory.
To connect the console end of the power supply cable, pass the other end of the cable (with the smaller ground lug)
through the rectangular hole on the center right-hand-side of the console base. Screw the ground lug under the
mounting screw on the front right hand side of the Output Board. Plug the 10 position connector into J3 and the 4
position connector into J4. Take extreme care to plug these connectors in with the correct orientation - locking tab to
locking tab (with cables exiting towards the right hand side), as it is possible to plug them in backwards.
A grounding stud is provided on the rear of the power supply. Console grounds reach a common point at the power
supply. To minimize RFI and potential ground loop problems, the console should only be connected to station ground
at this one ground stud.
In intense RF environments, or if you experience any RFI problems, consult RFI suppression in the Troubleshooting and
Theory of Operation Section for detailed information.
1.4
Wiring Access Layout
1.4.1
Audio Inputs
All audio inputs wire to connectors at the rear the Six Channel Mixer Board(s) on the base of the console. One Six
Channel Input Mother Board is utilized for every 6 audio channels and supports and houses any combination of up to
six plug-in Analog or digital Input Daughter Cards. Analog or digital inputs are wired via the same audio connectors.
Pin-out diagrams are provided in the Six Channel Mixer Board section.
1.4.2
Audio Outputs
All audio outputs wire to connectors at the rear of the Analog and Digital Output Boards on the right-hand pan of the
console. Note that these two circuit boards are stacked, with the digital board on top. The lower Analog board houses
all analog Program Outputs, External monitor inputs, Monitor sends and Talkback and muting audio and control. The
upper digital output board houses all digital program outputs, as well as analog and digital Mix Minus outputs.
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Control
The front panel mounted Six Channel Control Board houses one 15 pin D connector to wire each channel’s remote
control.
Consult the Six Channel Control Board Section of this manual for detailed information on control remote functions and
programming options. Consult the Interface Options and Accessories Section of this manual for detailed information on
the optional interface card applications, wiring and function.
Use the included 15-pin D connector ribbon extenders to plug in the mating D connectors external to the console, as
internal clearance for these connectors is not available inside the console.
1.4.4
Audio Connectors
Millenium Digital consoles may be ordered with 5-pin removable barrier strip connectors or with RJ-45 connectors for
all audio inputs and outputs. Consult the circuit board layout diagrams in the Six-Channel Mixer board and the Output
and Meter Board section of this manual for connector locations and wiring pin-outs.
1.4.5
Wiring Quick Connectors
The 5-pin barrier strip connectors are identical to those that are used in Millenium Analog consoles. When hand wiring 5-pin removable barrier strip connectors, use 22 AWG shielded wire for audio connections. The cable should be
stripped so that the insulation comes close to, but does not enter, the connector. Insert the cable into the connector
and tighten the screw. If desired, first tin the cable to ensure a secure connection.
The RJ-45 connectors conform to the StudioHub+ standards for analog and digital CAT-5 based wiring. When using
the RJ-45 connectors, conform wiring to 568B CAT-5 standards and follow standard IT CAT-5 practices, or utilize premade StudioHub+ wiring and accessories. See http://www.studiohub.com for more information.
StudioHub+ wiring harnesses that bring all input and output connections to convenient connection blocks outside the
console are available from Radio Systems. Consult the factory for literature.
1.4.6
Grounding and Shielding
The installer should elect whether cable shields will terminate (connect) on the equipment side or console side. The
general rule is that shields should not be terminated on both to avoid ground loops.
For shields that do terminate on the console side, on-board jumpers are provided for every input and output, analog
and digital on both the Six-Channel Mixer Board and the Output Boards to allow the programming of the following
ground options for each cable:
1- Unterminated; insert no jumper for the ground to float
2- Chassis Terminate; insert a jumper between the center and “CH” pins to connect the cable ground to the console
chassis ground. This option is recommended for digital (AES-EBU) inputs and most analog signal.
3- Circuit Board Terminate; insert a jumper between the center and “CB” pins to connect the cable ground to the console circuit board grounds. In the case of the Six-Channel Mixer Board this will connect the cable ground to separate
and isolated console ground buses for both the Analog and digital daughter plug-in cards. This option is recommended for some Analog signals (AES-EBU), inputs and most analog signals.
1.5
Operation
Millenium digital Consoles have been designed to offer the greatest combination of user flexibility and operating ease.
Foremost, the console should be installed and operated in accordance with station format, personnel habits and engineering principles. However, the following sections suggest some operational possibilities that were considered in the
console design.
1.5.1
Input Assignment
Traditionally, commonly used inputs are assigned to input “A”. This gives the operator quick assurance of proper input
selection.
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Mic Use
Mic channels should always be activated with the slider down, and then “potted up” to avoid a sudden “room rush” of
background sound.
Cue speaker muting is only provided when a mixing channel is turned “on”. Therefore, feedback can occur between
the cue speaker or the monitor speakers (if cue monitoring is selected) and a mic input if the mic channel is placed
in cue. To avoid this possibility, install the cue inhibit jumpers on the section of the Six Channel Control Board associated with the mic channel. This will prevent a mic channel from entering the cue mode and possibly cuing feedback.
Consult the Six Channel Control Board Section for details on programming information.
1.5.3
Cue Circuitry
Unless disallowed by jumper removal, all selected inputs maybe placed on the cue bus by depressing the cue button,
located above the fader. Refer to Section 2.2 for additional information.
The cue signal is monitored by the cue speaker, and level adjusted by the front panel cue level control. The cue
speaker is muted by any input that is turned “on” and that was pre-selected during installation to activate the Mute 1
control bus. The internal cue speaker may be disconnected and a remote speaker connected in its place. Consult the
Output Board Section for detailed information on wiring.
In addition, the cue signal maybe selected for monitoring by the headphone or monitor amplifier select switches.
1.5.4
Output Routing
Each mixing channel can be routed to any combination of Program, Audition, and Tel (mono) mix buses. The program
and audition buses provide identical stereo performance allowing the audition output to be used as a back up to the
program bus, as a separate program bus, or to preview or record material.
1.5.5
Utility Buses
Millenium digital consoles feature 10 fully programmable utility buses. Via software programming every input may be
routed to any mix minus bus on a pre or post fader, or pre or post on-off switch basis.
Applications for the Utility buses include traditional “mix minus” uses, fold-back monitoring special monitor sends and
intercom functions.
Mix minus configurations can ONLY be changed via the Millenium PC software link. Consult the software section for
connection, programming and configuration options.
1.5.6
Mix-Minus via the “TEL” Bus
Talk show hybrid telephone patches frequently require a return feed to the caller that does not contain his own voice
(mix minus). To accomplish this, the host may be routed to Program and TEL and the caller to Program only. The TEL
bus should then be fed back to the telephone hybrid and Program audio used to feed the air chain. To prevent feedback in this application, the studio monitor speakers should not be used.
A “fold back” feed can also be created by feeding all microphone inputs into the program mix bus, and feeding all
other inputs to both program and audition mix buses. Switch the monitor speakers to audition and feed the air chain
with program signal. In this application, the mic inputs need not mute the monitor speakers, as no feedback will result.
1.5.7
Monitor Amplifier Output Select
The monitor input select switches on the right-hand side of the console allow monitoring of program, audition, tel, cue
and four external stereo inputs which are common to the monitor and headphone circuitry. All monitor outputs follow
these switches. Level adjustment for the control room monitor output is provided on the front panel. In addition, the
control room monitor output is dimmed to a level that has been preset by a trimmer on the Output Board by the Mute 1
control bus. A studio monitor output that is muted by the Mute 2 bus, and an unmuted monitor output are also provided. In addition, a prefader, unmuted monitor output is available.
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Headphone Amplifier Output Select
The headphone input select switches on the right-hand side of the console allow monitoring of program, audition, tel,
cue and four external stereo inputs which are common to the headphone and monitor circuitry. All headphone outputs
follow these switches. Level adjustment and connection for the operator’s headphones are provided on the front panel.
In addition, a pre-fader headphone output is available for driving an external headphone amplifier.
1.5.9
VU Meter Selection (six channel consoles only)
The six channel console provides only three meters. One meter is dedicated to the mono output, while the remaining
two are selected by a front panel switch to display either program or audition outputs. The peak LED’s in the meters
also follow the VU meter select switch.
1.5.10 Remote Control
The Millenium Consoles provide extensive remote control interface ability via a 15 pin D connector located at each mixing channel. Each channel has the capability to remote start almost any source. In addition, each channel provides
inputs for remote control of channel on/off and ready lamp illumination.
Sophisticated control interface is also accommodated via the use of the optional interface card (RS Part# REMOTE).
See Section 2.2.11 and Illustration E-1 for additional information.
Use the included 15-pin D connector ribbon extenders to plug in the mating D connectors external to the console, as
internal clearance for these connectors is not available inside the console.
1.5.11 Eight Position Switcher
Eight accessory switchers are provided on the right-hand side of the console control panel for optional user control of
external equipment, console accessory boards and mix-minus sends. The switches and their associated LED indicators are wired directly to the digital output board and read by the digital processor. Connections for accessory boards
and special external switching are then made directly to connectors J39 and J43 on the digital out-put board. Consult
section 2.3 in the Six Channel Control Board section and diagrams D-3 and D-4 in the Output Board section for more
information.
Consult the “8 Position Switches” page in the “Software” section of this
manual for optional switch functionality assignment.
1.5.12 Console Clock Timer
All Millenium consoles include a Radio Systems CT-2002 clock/timer in the upper right section of the console overbridge. Front panel console controls are provided to locally set the time of day and control timer functions. An IR
Remote Control optionally available to set timer down times. Time of Day displays function as clocks or timers and may
also be used as slaved clock display synchronized from either RS Timecode, SMPTE Timecode, or a Top-of-Hour reset
pulse.
Consult illustrations A-1 and A-2 at the end of this section for clock wiring and operation.
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Illustration A-1
CT-2002 Console Clock/Timer/Master Clock
To Console
Output Board J1
To Console
Monitor Board J3
Factory use only
J5
Insert jumper for
termination resistor
(last slave clock in line)
J6
Insert jumper for
timer only operation
J7
J7 (9 Pin D Female)
J5 Serial Input (RJ-45)
J6 Serial Loop-Thru (RJ-45)
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 9
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Serial Data Out +
Serial Data In +
Serial Data In Serial Data Out GND
TOH Reset
GND
N/C
N/C
n/c
n/c
Input +
GND
TOH Input
Input -
Output +
Output Input +
GND
TOH Input
Input -
General Operating Instructions
All units may operate in stand-alone or slave displays. Clock Set and Up Timer functions can be controlled
by the front panel buttons or the infra-red remote control. However, the IR remote control is required for
entering down times and internal setup functions.
Console Front Panel or Wired Remote Operations
Clock/Timer (Mode) Select
All CT-2002 unites operate as both clocks and timers. Switch between modes by pressing the MODE button
on the console front panel. The front panel LED will light to indicate the mode selected.
To Set the Clock:
1.
Press the mode button to select the time-of-day display. The clock LED will illuminate.
2.
Press and hold the STOP and START buttons. The set LED will illuminate. The display will reset to 12:00:00.
3.
Press the STOP button to advance the hours. Press the RESET button to advance the minutes
(note - seconds are not setable and remain at :00.
4.
Start the clock at the top of the minute by pressing the START button. The set LED will extinguish.
Note: If Serial Time of Day is supplied to the CT-2002 (slave mode), it will not be possible to enter the Clock Set
Mode. Time-of-Day set can be done at the master unit. The displayed hours can be offset via the IR Remote Control.
To Use the Up Timer
1.
Press the Mode Button to select the timer display. The timer LED will illuminate.
2.
Press the START button to start timing.
3.
Press the STOP button to stop timing.
4.
Press the RESET button to return the display to 00:00
Note: Press the Auto button to allow automatic reset and start of the timer when a console channel on button
is depressed. (programming of JU15 for input A or JU17 for input B to allow this function on each channel is required.)
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Illustration A-2
CT-2002 Console Clock/Timer Wiring Diagram
+
-
J6
J5
Pin 6
Serial
Data In -
Pin 3
Serial
Data In +
Pin 1 Serial Data Out +
Pin 2 Serial Data Out Pin 3 Serial Loop Out +
Pin 6 Serial Loop Out -
+
Out to additional clocks
(up to 32)
J7
Note: Use pins 1&2 if this clock is the master
(first) in the serial chain (a crossover cable is
recommended). Use pins 3&6 iflooping thru
sync provided externally via J6 (a straight-thru
cable is recommended)
J7 (9 Pin D Female)
J5 Serial Loop-Thru Output (RJ-45)
J6 Serial Input (RJ-45)
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 9
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Serial Data Out +
Serial Data In +
Serial Data In Serial Data Out GND
TOH Reset
GND
N/C
N/C
Output +
Output Input +
GND
TOH Input
Input -
n/c
n/c
Input +
GND
TOH Input
Input -
* S/N RS-14503 11/2003) and later
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Illustration A-4
Illustration
A-3
LED Meter Board
with Talkback
Microphone
LED Meter Board
with
Talkback
Microphone
Radio Systems p/n 16636
Radio Systems p/n 16636
SELECT
MIC
Word Clock
J2
MIX
2/7
MIX
1/6
UTL
-9
-33
-13
MicPower
-7 -5 -3 -1
+15v G
-27 -25 -23 -21 -20 -19 -17 -15 -13
PROGRAM
Meter Power
0 +1 +3 +5 +7
+
11
+
-5
15
+
0
20
VU
PPM
VU
dBFS
-57
-37
-45
-25
-33
-13
JU1- Install for PPM / Remove for VU
AUD
0 +1 +3 +5 +7
-7 -5 -3 -1
Install JU3 only for 44.1Khz
Install JU2 only for 48 Khz
Install JU2 & JU3 for 32 Khz
-27 -25 -23 -21 -20 -19 -17 -15 -13
{
AUXILIARY
JU2
JU3
Programming
Header
MIX
3/8
-9
+
11
MIX
4/9
+
-5
15
MIX
5/10
+
0
20
(To external Word Clock Output
BNC connector)
-57
-37
-45
-25
+15v G -15v
+ G
-
VU
dBFS
Mic Output
Component Side
Display Side
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Six Channel Control Board
2.1
Overview
One Six Channel Control Board is provided for every six input channels. This card sends DC control voltages to the Six
Channel Audio Board that:
Selects A/B Inputs
Sets output bus and cue routing
Sets input level attenuation
Activates muting buses
Activates timer reset bus
This information is conveyed via 16 conductor ribbon cables; one cable for every mixing channel.
Eighteen programming straps also reside on this board at each channel position and are used to set all unique channel
and input board functions.
The board also includes a 15 pin remote control connector for each channel providing user access to all remote and
channel functions.
Programming options available for each channel include:
Remote Control Options – by channel
Remote Control Options – by input
Muting Buses – by input
Timer Reset – by input
Cue Options- by channel
Cue Options – by input
Off (ready) lamp control operations – by input
2.2
Function Programming
2.2.1
Channel Power-Up Mode
This programming feature will memorize channel input, bus, and on/off state so that the channels will automatically
return to these memorized states on power up. The default power up mode (with no programming) is Input A, PGM and
channel OFF.
To utilize this feature, select the combination of input, bus, and on/off states that are desired at power up on a particular channel. Next, press and hold the ON switch for 5 seconds. The ON lamp will blink, indicating that this power up
preset is memorized.
Repeat this procedure for each channel where special power up states are desired.
2.2.2
Remote Control Options – by Channel
Fader Start – The channel may be programmed to automatically turn on whenever the fader is brought out of the detent
(cue) position. All programmed channel on functions (e.g. remote starts or timer reset) will activate at this time.
Note that a special order fader with detent (RS Part # P&G) is required for this option.
Insert jumper A to activate.
Default is no jumper; no fader start
See Illustration B-1, Pg16
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Remote Control Options – by Input
2.2.3.1
Pulse/Holding Remote Control
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Insertion of these jumpers determine whether the remote control pins on the remote control connector pulse to ground
when the channel is turned on, or remain at ground potential for the duration of the channel on state.
Pulse mode is generally used for PC and CD player control. Holding mode is generally selected for skimmer and other
units that require on/off control.
Insert jumper H for input A – holding mode.
Default is no jumper; pulse mode.
Insert jumper C for input B – holding mode.
Default is no jumper; pulse mode.
2.2.3.2
Send Through of Remote On/Off Commands
Installation of these option jumpers will cause channel on/off commands that were initiated remotely (i.e. sent to the
channel via remote connector pins 1, 2, 5, or 12) to, in turn, create remote on/off output pulses (i.e. send remote control
commands to external equipment via remote connector pins 3, 4, 7, or 11). Normally, you would not want these remote
channel commands to be “sent through”, thereby creating a new command and potentially retriggering the remote device via a false echo of the original command. This situation would apply when a remote device is wired to both control
and be controlled by an input channel; typically the case with a digital storage system that is wired to be both remotely
started by the channel, and turn off the console channel at the end of the audio cut.
Insert jumper D to enable send through in input A.
Default is no jumper; no send through.
Insert jumper B to enable send through in input B.
Default is no jumper; no send through.
2.2.4
Muting Buses
Two muting buses, referred to as mute 1 and mute 2, perform the following functions:
Mute Bus 1 – mutes the cue speaker, dims monitor send #1, pulls mute 1 terminal 5 to ground on Output Board connector J7.
Mute Bus 2 – mutes monitor send #2, pulls mute 2 terminal 4 to ground on Output Board connector J7.
Insert jumper T for input A to mute bus 1.
Default is no jumper; no mute.
Insert jumper P for input A to mute bus 2.
Default is no jumper; no mute
Insert jumper V for input B to mute bus 1.
Default is no jumper; no mute
Insert jumper R for input B to mute bus 2.
Default is no jumper; no mute
2.2.5
Timer Reset
Inserting timer reset jumpers activates of the timer reset bus in conjunction with a selected input. The bus will go low
momentarily (100 ms) when the mixing channel is first placed into the “On” mode. Depressing the “On” button after the
channel is already turned “On” will result in another pulse of the bus.
Insert jumper S for input A to reset the timer.
Default is no jumper; no timer reset.
Insert jumper V for input B to reset the timer.
Default is no jumper; no timer reset.
See Illustration B-1, Pg16
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Cue Options by Channel
2.2.6.1
Cue on Fader Detent
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Enable this function to allow the operator to put the channel in cue by dropping the fader into the detent (fully down)
position. Note that a special-order fader with detent (RS Part #P&G) is required for this option.
Insert jumper K to enable cue on detent
Default is no jumper; no cue on detent
2.2.6.2
Auto Cue
Cue follows channel On/Off mode with this option enabled. The channel will automatically go into cue whenever the
channel is turned off. With this function enabled, cue still can be activated via the cue switch or fader detent.
Insert jumper J to enable auto cue
Default is no jumper inserted; no auto cue
2.2.6.3
Cue Defeat on Channel ON
Insert jumper F to cause the Cue Mode to be turned OFF whenever the channel is cycled from OFF to ON. Cue must
then be manually reselected when the channel is turned OFF.
2.2.6.4
Cue Exclusive
The “Cue Exclusive” function automatically causes any selected console
Program buses on this channel to mute when the cue function is engaged.
In the Millenium digital console the “Cue Exclusive” function is available only via software
selection. See the “Channel Settings” page in the software section of this manual for
programming details.
2.2.7
Cue Options by Input
Install these jumpers to disallow the channel from going into cue when a particular input is selected. This option is
normally utilized for a control room mic input to avoid feedback from the cue speaker. When this option is enabled, the
cue button is automatically reprogrammed to act as a cough button (hold-to-mute) for that input.
Install jumper M for no cue on input A.
Default is no jumper; cue in input A.
Install jumper L for no cue on input B.
Default is no jumper; cue in input B.
2.2.8
Off (Ready) Lamp Options
These jumpers allow for local (console) or remote (source) control of the channel off (ready) lamp via the remote control connector.
Install jumper X between the left and middle header pins for input A local Off lamp control.
Install jumper X between the middle and right header pins for input A remote Off lamp control.
Default is left and middle pins jumpered; local off lamp control.
Install jumper W between the left and middle header pins for input B local Off lamp control.
Install jumper W between the middle and right header pins for input B remote Off lamp control.
Default is left and middle pins jumpered; local Off lamp control.
See Illustration B-1, Pg16
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Analog/Digital programming
Three-pin Jumper Z must be installed between the middle and upper pins in
the Millenium Digital console, on every channel. This communicates channel
on/off status to the console processor.
2.2.10 Remote Control Connector
A 15-pin D connector is provided on the Six Channel Control Board for each channel to access all remote functions.
All control (input) functions are activated via a momentary pull-to-ground, except the “cough” function, which must be
held to +15V. All control output functions are open lines which go low when the function is activated. Lamp drivers are
current-sinking inputs.
Two modes of remote control functionality are available via recently supplied PROMS. These modes are selected via
the installation of jumper JU-213. In the default mode (JU-213 not installed,) remote control cue for IFB applications is
provided. With JU-213 installed, “Classic” remote controll functionality, indentical to previous PROM versions is provided.
Refer to Illustration B-2 and B-3 for a pin-by-pin reference descriptions and wiring diagram.
Use the included 15-pin D connector ribbon extenders to plug in the mating D connectors external to the console, as
internal clearance for these connectors is not available inside the console.
2.2.11 Optional Remote Control Board
Radio Systems’ optional Remote Board (RS Part # REMOTE) connects to the remote control connector and provides
the user with programmable relay interface for channel remote control outputs and opto-isolated input to channel on/off
and off lamp functions. Consult the interface option section for more details and pin-out and wiring diagrams.
2.3
Monitor Control Board
One monitor card (RS Part #10887) is installed on the right-hand side of the console front panel. It provides all monitor
and clock switching and logic functions.
The monitor board also provides eight uncommitted, illuminated momentary
switches for remote control of source equipment. These switches and LED’s
are connected to and read by the processor on the digital output board. The processor may
be set, via software screens, for various push-on / push-off momentary and switch interlock
states. The Eight Position Switches may also be programmed to control utility bus main/
alternate configuration switching. Consult the “Eight Position switches” page in the software
section of this manual for more information.
Connectors J-39 and J-43 on the digital output board are provided to interface with the console four source switcher
option board (RS Part # ROUTER) and console intercom board (RS Part # INTERCOM). Consult the interface option
section for more information.
See Illustration B-1, Pg16
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Illustration B-1
Six Channel Control Board Jumper Settings
for Millenium Digital Consoles
Part # 18522
Board
Location*
A
B
C
D
E
F
H
J
K
L
M
N
AA
P
R
S
T
U
V
W
Y
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
X
Z
A
B
C
D
ER
FQ
H
JQ KQ
LQ
MQ
N
P
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
Channel Logic Jumpers
Install for fader start (special order fader required)
Install for remote B start and stop commands to
control the remote outputs
Install for input B to hold and remove for input B to pulse the remote pulse/hold outputs
Install for remote A start and stop commands to
control the remote pulse/hold outputs
Install for “classic” remote control protocols
Install to disengage cue when channel is turned on
Install for input A to hold and remove for input A to
pulse the remote pulse/hold outputs
Install for cue to follow the on/off mode (“Auto-Cue”)
Install for cue on fader detent (special order fader
required)
Install for no cue in input B (cue switch is now
cough for input B)
Install for no cue in input A (cue switch is now
cough for input A)
No Connect in Digital Consoles
Install for Input A mute 2
Install for input B mute 2
Install for timer reset with input A
Install for input A mute 1
Install for timer reset with input B
Install for input B mute 1
Input B stop lamp local/remote jumper.
Jump pin 2 to center pin for local console lamp
control (Jump pin 1 and center pin for remote
lamp control)
Input A stop lamp local/remote jumper.
Jump pin 2 to center pin for local console lamp
control (Jump pin 1 and center pin for remote
lamp control)
Jumper must be installed between pin 2 and
center pin for cue bus lamp normal operation
Jumper must be installed between pin 2 and
center pin for digital console operation
Notes:
Items in bold are factory default jumper settings.
See following page for remote control connector pin-outs.
Consult section 2.2 for a detailed explanation of control programming
and functions.
Cue Options - Consult manual section 2.2.6 and 2.2.7 for
various cue modes and operational descriptions.
Q
Remote Options - See illustration B-2 and B-3 for remote control
options, settings and wiring.
R
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Illustration B-2
Remote Control Wiring - with remote cue available for IFB
(for console models shipped after 10/15/10 with control prom PN: 18407)
Note: Jumper E on Input Control Board must be removed to initiate this mode of remote control (this is factory default setting)
Remote Control On/Off Inputs to the Console Channel
(with input A or B selected)
(with input A or B selected)
Cue On Control
Memory Recall Control **
Remote Control Start/Stop Outputs
from the Console Channel
Channel Stop Signal - Input A*
Channel Stop Signal - Input B*
Channel Start Signal - Input B*
Channel Start Signal - Input A*
Input to engage channel memory recall **
Input to engage the cue mode when either input A or B is selected
Input to turn the console channel off when either input A or B is selected
Input to turn the console channel on when either input A or B is selected
* These functions require programming on the input control card. See preceding page for details.
** “Memory Recall” engages the channel powerup of stored channel functions. See manual section 2.2.1 for details.
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Illustration B-3
Remote Control Wiring - “Classic” Version
(for console models shipped after 10/15/10 with control prom PN: 18407)
Note: Jumper JU213 on Input Control Board must be installed to initiate this mode of remote control
Remote Control On/Off Inputs to the Console Channel
Remote Control Start/Stop Outputs
from the Console Channel
Channel Stop Signal - Input A*
Channel Stop Signal - Input B*
Channel Start Signal - Input B*
Channel Start Signal - Input A*
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Six Channel Audio Mother Board
3.1
Input Connectors
The Millenium digital console may be ordered factory equipped with either 5-pin removable barrier strip connectors or
RJ-45 style connectors. RJ-45 connectors are wired to the StudioHub+ audio standard. Both connectors accommodate either mono or stereo balanced or unbalanced analog connectivity or balanced AES-EBU or unbalanced S/PDIF
connections. Illustrations C-3 and C-4 show the location of these various input audio connectors.
3.2
Input Configurations
One six-channel input board is provided per six console inputs and mounted on the lower inside pan of the console.
The Six Channel Input Audio board houses up to six plug-in analog or digital daughter cards. These plug-in cards
configure both inputs of any channel to accept either analog (stereo mic thru line level) or digital (stereo AES-EBU or
S/PDIF) signals. Cards can be plugged into any slot and no hardware or software programming is necessary for the
console to “recognize” an analog or digital card.
3.2.1
Input Wiring
Every input, from mic thru high level, wires to the input connectors. One 5 pin connector or one RJ-45 connector is
provided for each channel “A” input and another is provided for each “B” input. Each connector handles left and right
balanced audio or stereo AES-EBU or S/PDIF digital audio from the source equipment.
The connectors also provide a grounding point for the audio inputs. Grounds should be connected at either the console or equipment and not at both ends, to avoid ground loops. The console is usually used as the grounding reference point.
See section 1.4.6 “grounding and shielding” in the ‘Installation, Wiring and Operations” section for more information.
3.3
Analog Daughter Cards
The universal, dual input, analog plug-in cards accommodate stereo or mono, balanced or unbalanced, low or high
(bridging) impedance, mic thru line level inputs. Any combination of these signals can be applied to the A or B inputs.
Various wiring configurations and jumpers program the cards to accept these different signal types.
3.3.1
Unbalanced Analog Audio
If an unbalanced analog audio source is to be connected to the console, single conductor shielded cable or two conductor shielded cable with a foil shield around each conductor should be used. The audio should be connected to the
+ input, while the shield should be connected to both the - input and Ground. In this case, the shield is connected at
both ends of the cable.
3.3.2
Analog Mono Inputs - for Mic and Line Level
To connect an analog input so that it feeds both the left and right channels, connect the + Left Input to the + Right
Input, and connect the - Left Input to the - Right Input. The source will not be loaded, due to input impedance of 20K
ohms for high-level inputs and 4.5K ohms for microphone inputs. Inputs jumper programmed for mic level are automatically set to mono with the left channel summed to both left and right.
3.3.3
Input Sensitivity
Input levels can be independently programmed for A&B inputs via on board jumpers. Jumpers are provided for 9 mic
gain settings, as well as +10 and +20 gain boost to line level inputs to accommodate low-level (consumer type) outputs
without the need for external matching amplifiers. Consult illustration C-1 for jumper locations.
Input levels can be pre-trimmed or boosted in console software in .1 dB
steps over a 25 dB range. Consult the “Channel Settings” page in the “Software” section of this manual for more information.
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Phantom Power
A mic may be supplied with Phantom power by installing jumper JU-12 on the Analog daughter plug-in card and a
jumper on pins 4 & 5 on J-7 on the digital output card. Consult illustrations D3 or D4 for jumper locations.
Note that the console provides +15 volts phantom mic power, which is suitable for most microphones. Consult the
factory if a different (higher) phantom voltage is required.
3.4
Digital Daughter Cards
These universal, dual input, digital plug-in cards feature on-board sample rate conversion and accommodate stereo,
balanced or unbalanced, 32 thru 92 KHz AES-EBU or S/PDIF audio. Any combination of these signals can be applied
to the A or B inputs. Various wiring configurations and jumper programming exist on the cards to accept these different
signal types.
3.4.1
Unbalanced Digital Audio
If an unbalanced digital audio signal (S/PDIF) is to be connected to the console, wire the coaxial center to the Left
channel + pin, and the coaxial shield to the - and ground pins. Note that JU-1 (for Input B) and JU-2 (for Input A) must
be inserted for 75 ohm (unbalanced S/PDIF) termination.
3.5
“Patch-Point” Connections
All hard-wired patch points previously available on Analog Millenium consoles have been replaced with software
configurable Utility buses. Consult the “Utility Buses” page in the “Software” section of the manual for more information.
When an input is set for
mic level it is automatically
applied in MONO by
summing the left input to both
left and right output channels.
Note:
MIC LEVEL
+15v and +48v phantom power
is activated by inserting jumpers
on J-7 on the digital output board.
PHANTOM POWER
Insert Jumper for Phantom Power
(effects both A & B inputs)
P/N 15303
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Illustration C-1
Analog input plug-In Board p/n 15303
This board provides two stereo analog inputs
Mic thru line level are jumper selectable for each individual input.
This board can be plugged into any slot on the 6 input motherboard
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Illustration C-2
Digital Input Plug-In Board 15304
This board provies two AES/EBU or S-P/DIF digital inputs.
On-board automatic sample rate conversion accommodates any source sample rate.
This board can be plugged into any slot on the 6 input motherboard.
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Illustration C-3
Description
This board houses 6 channels of DIGITAL or analog input cards. Cards can be inserted in to any slot.
This RJ-45 version of the board utilizes StudioHub+ standard pin outs for all analog and DIGITAL audio I/O.
One of these boards per each 6 console channels mounts on the lower right of the console.
6 INPUT MOTHER BOARD
RJ-45 CONNECTOR VERSION p/n 14905
STEREO/MONO INPUT JUMPERS
JU13
JU25
INPUT A
JU14 JU15
JU16 JU17
JU18 JU19
JU20 JU21
JU22 JU23
ST JU24
M
ST
M JU36
INPUT B
JU26 JU27
JU28 JU29
JU30 JU31
JU32 JU33
JU34 JU35
INPUT B INPUT A
INPUT B INPUT A
INPUT B INPUT A
INPUT B INPUT A
INPUT B INPUT A
STEREO
MONO
STEREO
MONO
Install both upper jumpers for stereo inputs (default).
Install both lower jumpers to mono a stereo input.
Section 1.4.6
Illustration C-4
6 INPUT MOTHER BOARD
5 PIN CONNECTOR VERSION p/n 14904
Description
This board houses 6 channels of DIGITAL or analog output cards. Cards can be inserted in any slot.
This 5-pin connector version of the board utilizes 5-pin removeable barrier strip connectors for all analog and DIGITAL audio I/O.
One of these boards per each 6 console channels mounts on the lower right of the console
(See Manual Section 1.4.6
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Output Boards
4.0
Overview
In the Millenium digital console two circuit boards provide all audio outputs and certain other related functions. The
two large circuit boards are mounted on top of each other and are located on the right-hand inside pan of the console.
The lower board provides most of the analog output functions and is identical to the circuit board utilized in Millenium
analog consoles. The upper board provides mostly digital functions. A metal shield mounts between the boards for interference isolation. Trim pots on the lower board are accessible through holes with silk-screened legends in the upper
board. I/O connectors on the lower board can be accessed in the rear where the upper board is cut back.
Millenium digital console output boards may be ordered factory equipped with either 5-pin removable barrier strip
connectors or RJ-45 style connectors. RJ-45 connectors are wired to the StudioHub+ audio standard. Both connectors
accommodate either mono or stereo balanced or unbalanced analog connectivity or balanced AES-EBU or unbalanced S/PDIF connections. Illustrations D3 and D4 show the location and pin-outs of these various audio connectors.
4.1
Analog Output Board
The Analog (lower) circuit board provides the following console functions:
Line output amplification
Cue amplification
Headphone amplification
External Inputs
Monitor sends Meter and peak LED functions
Level sets for all functions
Muting and timer reset functions
Power supply interface
Talk back circuitry
4.1.1
Program and Audition Analog Outputs
The program and audition outputs provide identical stereo performance, are active balanced, and factory calibrated,
with a 600 ohm load, to provide +4dBm when the front panel VU meters read “0” VU. This will provide in excess of
20dB of headroom. Adjustments for output levels, meter calibrates, and peak LED trip points are provided on the Analog Output Board (with access to these controls via holes on the upper digital output board,) so that other output levels
maybe set.
The outputs will drive a 600 ohm load or higher. The outputs are connected via either a five position screw type barrier
strip or RJ-45 connectors that are mounted onto headers J30 (Program), and J29 (Audition), located on the Analog
Output Board.
Analog output levels for the Program, Audition and Tel buses can be pretrimmed or boosted in console software in .1 dB steps to a maximum of +4
dB out. Consult the “Output Level” page in the “Software” section of this
manual for more information.
When hand wiring the 5-pin connectors, is recommended that two conductor shielded cable, or two pair shielded cable
be used in wiring all balanced audio inputs to the console. To minimize RF interference and ground loops, the shields
should be tied to ground only at one end of the cable. See manual section 1.4.6 “Grounding and Shielding” for more
detailed information.
If an unbalanced console output is required, single conductor shielded cable or two conductor shielded cable with a
foil shield around each conductor should be used. The audio should be taken from the + Output terminal, while the
shield should be connected to Ground. In this case, the shield is connected at both ends of the cable. There should
be no connections to the - Output. In this configuration, the console output will provide -2dBm into a 600 ohm load
when the front panel VU meters read “0” VU.
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“TEL” Output
The “TEL” Output is connected via a five pin screw type barrier strip or RJ-45 connector labeled “TEL” on header J33,
on the Output Board.
The two “TEL” Outputs provided are in parallel, from the same amplifier. The combined load on the amplifier from both
mono sends should be no less than 600 ohms.
In other aspects, the performance and connections to the “TEL” Output are identical to the program and audition outputs.
4.1.3
External Monitor and Headphone Inputs
Four balanced, stereo, high impedance (4.7K ohm) inputs are provided which feed both the headphone and the monitor amplifiers. These inputs are connected to headers J19 (external input 1), J20 (external input 2), J25 (external input
3), and J26 (external input 4) on the Output Board. Connections are made via five position screw type barrier strips or
RJ-45 connectors that are mounted onto the headers.
When wiring the 5-pin connectors, two conductor shielded cable with a foil shield around each conductor should be
used.
These inputs are intended mainly for air signal monitors, or for the connecting of other external monitor sources. Input
level trims for each of these inputs are provided on the Analog Output Board.
4.1.4
Headphone Outputs
Two headphone outputs are provided. The first is available at a stereo, quarter inch, phone jack which is factory
mounted to the front panel. This output is capable of driving 8 ohm or greater loads. D0 NOT USE MONO HEADPHONES. The output signal is selected by the front panel headphone or monitor switches and level adjusted by the
front panel headphone level control.
The second headphone output is stereo, balanced, and high level (lv RMS typical). It will drive loads of 2K ohms or
greater. This output, which is intended for connection to an external headphone amplifier, follows the input selection
switches but is not affected by the front panel headphone level control.
Connections are made via a five position screw type barrier strip or RJ-45 connectors on Headphone header J11 on
the Analog output Board.
Single conductor shielded cable or two conductor shielded cable with a foil shield around both conductors should be
used.
4.1.5
Monitor Sends
Three stereo, balanced, high level (lv RMS typical) are provided. Each output will drive loads of 2K ohms or greater.
The outputs are dimmed.
Monitor (controlled by Mute 1), Muted Monitor (controlled by Mute 2), and Unmuted Monitor. All outputs follow the monitor selection switches but only the Dimmed Monitor is affected by the front panel monitor level control. Connections are
made via five position screw type barrier strips or RJ-45 connectors that are mounted onto the monitor headers on the
Output Board as follows.
Output Board Header
Monitor Output
J12
Dimmed Monitor (Mute 1)
J15
Muted Monitor (Mute 2)
J16
Unmuted Monitor
When wiring the 5-pin connectors, single conductor shielded cable or two conductor shielded cable with a foil shield
around both conductors should be used.
All monitor outputs are intended to drive external monitor amplifiers. The Dimmed Output, controlled by Mute 1, (which
also mutes the Cue speaker) is intended to feed the control room monitor amplifier where the console is located. When
the Mute 1 bus is enabled, the output from the Dimmed Output will be reduced to a level set by VR13 located on the
Output Board. This level may be set to maximize (for full muting) or, alternatively, to a level just below the feedback
threshold of the speakers.
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The Muted Output is intended to feed any other room which that contains microphones connected to the console.
If it is desirable to feed all studios from a common amplifier, this amplifier should be fed from the Unmuted Monitor Output. External relays driven by the muting contacts on header J7 could then be used to provide the necessary muting
of the signal.
4.2
Digital Output Board
The digital (upper) circuit board provides the following console functions:
System clocks and crystal
Digital mixing
System processor and non-volatile memories
RS-232 system interface
Parallel audio bus interface
Digital line outputs
Digital utility bus outputs
Analog utility bus outputs
8 position switcher logic processing and interface
Power supply I/O
4.2.1
Digital Program Outputs
All program outputs are simultaneously available in Analog format (on the lower Analog output board ) and digital format on the digital output board connectors J6, J14, J22, J27. See illustration O-1 and O-2 for connector locations.
Digital output levels for the Program, Audition and Tel buses can be set in
console software in .1 dB steps to a maximum of +4 dB out. Consult the
“Output Level” page in the “Software” section of this manual for more information.
4.2.2
Digital Utility Outputs
Utility bus outputs are simultaneously available in digital format on the digital output board on connectors J5, J13, J21,
J26, and in Analog format on the digital output board on connectors J29, J34, J37, J40. See illustration O1 and O2 for
connector locations.
Analog outputs are factory calibrated and set identically to the main output buses (see section 4.5.1 for details.)
When using utility outputs as STEREO pairs, outputs 1/6, 2/7, 3/8, 4/9, 5/10 must be used as left/right pairs, because
this is how the outputs appear on the output connectors.
Analog and digital output levels for the 10 Utility buses can be set in console software in .1 dB steps to a maximum of +4 dB out. Buses can also be
configured to provide a main and alternate mix of any combination of input
channels, pre or post channel fader or on/off switch. Consult the “Output Buses” and “Utility
Buses” pages in the “Software” section of this manual for more information.
4.2.3
RS-232 Connectivity
RJ-45 connectors J20 and J15 provide main and auxiliary RS-232 connectivity for console serial (software) control. See
illustration O1 and O2 for connector locations.
Consult the “Communications” page in the “Software” section of this manual for main/aux serial port assignment.
Consult the “Serial Comm Port” page in the “Software” section of this manual for PC comm. port assignment.
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Clock Rate (Digital Sync.)
The console internal sample rate and digital output sample rate (which are always the same) are internally generated
and crystal set at a factory default of 44.1 kHz. The rate can be changed by exchanging crystal Y2 and re-setting
jumper JU-10 on the digital output board. Contact the factory to order crystal Y2 with a different sample rate.
External (house sync) in AES/EBU format can be feed to the console via RJ-45 connector J-28. LED D-9 illuminates to
indicate external sync. When external sync is present, the console will default this external reference. If the external
sync is removed the console will automatically revert to the internal crystal reference. Consult illustration O-5 or O-6 for
connector locations for internal location and pin outs.
4.2.5
Eight Position Switcher
Eight accessory switchers are provided on the right hand side of the console upper control panel for optional user control of external equipment, console accessory boards and mix-minus sends. The switches and their associated LED
indicators are wired directly to the digital output board and read by the digital processor. Connections for accessory
boards and special external switching are then made directly to connectors J39 and J43 on the digital output board.
Consult diagrams O1and O2 in the digital output board section for more information.
Consult the “8 Position Switches” page in the “Software” section of this manual for optional switch functionality assignment.
4.3
Control Wiring
4.3.1
Mute and Timer Reset Bus Connections
A five position quick-connect type barrier strip is connected to Mute/Timer header J7 on the Output Board to provide
external mute and timer reset functions. Note that clearance may not exist for this connector to be installed with side
wire entry. In this case the connector may be plugged using it’s side-entry pins and with the wires entering from the top.
The bus outputs are open collector current sinking outputs, maximum +24vdc open circuit voltage, 80ma. If the buses
are to drive external relays, install EMF suppression diodes across the relay coils. Do not exceed 150ma draw from the
+15v supply.
An interface relay is optionally available from Radio Systems. Illustration D3 shows the wiring of this relay for external
tally lights.
The Timer Reset Bus activates only during the first 100ms after a mixing channel, with its Timer Reset Jumper(s) installed, is placed in the “on” mode. Repeated depressing of the “on” switch after the mixing channel has turned “on”
will result in additional pulses on the Timer Reset Bus.
4.4
Talk Back Connections
The talk back circuit has two sections, send and receive. The send section will output any signal applied to its input
when the front panel Talk Back Switch is depressed. Send and receive signals are normally wired to External Cue Bus
connector J37. Trim pots on the Analog Output Board (accessible through holes in digital output board) are provided
to set the external cue input level and talk back output level.
Talk back connections are made via 2 five position terminal strips, titled “To Talk Back Output” header J36 and “Talk
Back Input” header J37 on the Analog output Board.
Under normal applications, the output of a Utility bus configured for pre-fader pre on/off switch is wired to the talk back send input terminal on J37. This
is accomplished by wiring the selected Utility bus output channel to terminals
1 & 2 of the Talk Back connector.
Talk Back Output connector J36 also contains terminal 4 labeled “CTL”, which is pulled low whenever the front panel
talk back switch is depressed. This is useful for switching external intercom or control circuits. It may also be used to
remote trigger the console front panel Talk Back switch.
Illustration D-4 shows how this configuration would be used to wire two Millenium Consoles for talk back communication
utilizing a utility bus and the cue circuit external inputs.
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Intercom Kit
The talk back system can also be used to communicate with up to 4 2-way speakers in studios or control rooms that do
not have Millenium Consoles. For this application, Radio Systems provides an intercom kit. Consult the Interface Options and Accessories section of this manual for detailed information.
4.6
Internal Adjustments and Level Calibration
The following level trim adjustments are available on the Analog Output Board.
1. mix bus output level
2. VU meter “0”
3. peak LED trip point
4. input level for external monitor inputs
5. input level for external cue bus input
6. distortion adjustment for all VCAs
The following level trim adjustments are available on the Digital Output Board.
1. Utliity bus analog output level
The following level trim adjustments are available via console software set-up
1. Program buses analog output level trim
2. Program bus digital output levels
3. Utility bus analog output level trim
4. Utility bus digital output levels
5. Utility bus digital output levels
The console was factory calibrated as follows, and will not require recalibration unless alternate levels are desired.
1. With a +4dBv input and the fader set to the “0” position, the console will provide +4dBm
output
into a 600 ohm load. In addition, the VU meters will read 100% or 0 VU.
2. The peak LED trip point was calibrated to illuminate the LED when the peak output level
reaches +2 dBv.
3. The external monitor inputs were calibrated to provide a lv RMS output with a lv RMS input.
4.6.1
Program Bus Output Level Adjust
The console was calibrated at the factory for an output level of +4dBv, into 600 ohms, when the VU meters indicate “0”.
Software level trims are factory default set for 0 db (no gain or boost.) See
the “output level set” page in the software section for more information.
Perform the following steps on the Six Channel Audio Board to verify or change the calibration.
1. Select an Analag Input channel set for line-level gain.
2. Disconnect any inputs to the left or right A input.
3. Connect a l kHz, +4dBv, balanced sine signal to both the left and right A inputs.
Select input A, select all mix buses, turn the mixing channel “on”, and set the fader to “0”.
Perform the following steps on the Output Board.
1. If the console outputs will normally be terminated, place an equivalent termination onto each
program and audition output. In addition, place a termination onto one of the Mono outputs.
2. Connect a high impedance, balanced voltmeter across the + and - Left program output.
3. Adjust the left channel output level trimmer so that the voltmeter indicates the desired output.
4. Move the voltmeter, and adjust the right program output, followed by the left audition output,
right audition output and mono output.
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VU Meter “0” Calibration
The console was calibrated at the factory for an output level of +4dBv, into 600 ohms, when the VU meters indicate “0”.
To calibrate the VU meter “0” indication:
1. Perform output level calibration as detailed previously.
2. Adjust the VU meter calibrate trimmers, located on the Output Board for a “0” reading on
each meter.
Note: Six channel consoles share the same meters for program and audition monitoring. The front panel VU meter
switch selects the signal to be displayed. Adjustment must be made with both switch settings.
4.6.3
Peak LED Trip Point Calibration
The console was calibrated at the factory for an output level of +4dBv, into 600 ohms, when the VU meters indicate “0”,
and for a peak LED trip point of +2VU. To perform Peak LED Trip Point Calibration:
1. Perform output level calibration as detailed previously.
2. Perform VU meter “0” calibration as detailed previously.
3. Adjust oscillator to the desired peak LED trip point level (typically 0 to 3dB hotter).
4. Adjust the peak LED trip point trimmers to that the LEDs just illuminate.
Note: Six channel consoles share the same meters for program and audition monitoring. The front panel VU meter
switch selects the signal to be displayed. Adjustment must be made with both switch settings.
4.6.4
External Monitor Input Level
There is a separate adjustment, located on the Output Board for each of the four stereo external inputs.
1. Connect a high impedance voltmeter to the unmuted monitor output.
2. Select a high level input, and reproduce the nominal level from a test tape, record or CD.
3. Turn the mixing channel “on”, select the program mix bus, and adjust the fader for “0” VU.
4. Depress the “program” monitor input switch.
5. Note the reading on the voltmeter.
6. Feed the nominal input level to any external input and select that monitor input switch.
7. Adjust the associated external input level trimmer until the voltmeter gives the same indication
as in step 5.
8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 for all external inputs.
4.6.5
Cue Bus External Input Level
The level adjustment for the external cue buss input is located on the Output Board.
1. Connect a high impedance voltmeter to the external cue speaker
terminals.
2. Select a high level input, and reproduce the nominal level from a test tape, record or CD.
3. Place the mixing channel into “cue”, and adjust the cue level control VR2 for normal listening
level.
4. Note the reading on the voltmeter.
5. Feed the nominal input level into the external cue input.
6. Adjust the external cue input level trimmer until the voltmeter gives the same indication as in
step 4.
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Illustration D-1
Analog Output and Meter Board
5-Pin Connector Version p/n 14800B
Description
This board provides all main bus analog audio outputs, external inputs, muting and talk-back and monitor sends.
The board utilizes exclusively 5-pin removable barrier strip connectors for all audio I/O.
The board mounts on the console inside lower right, underneath the digital output board.
W1 Jumper installed
for digital use
W1
** To use Talkback control pin (J36-4) to activate external replay
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Illustration D-2
Analog Output and Meter Board
RJ-45 Connector Version p/n 15354B
Description
This board provides all main bus analog audio outputs, external inputs, muting and talk-back and monitor sends.
The board utilizes exclusively RJ-45 connectors with StudioHub+ standard pin-outs for all analog and digital audio I/O
The board mounts on the console inside lower right, underneath the digital output board.
TEL
AUD OUT
J33
J29
J25
J19
J15
J11
J30
J26
J20
J16
J12
TALKBACK OUT
J36
EXT IN3 EXT IN1
EXT IN4 EXT IN2 UNMUTED MON MON MUTE1
PGM OUT
IN-4 IN-3
IN-2 IN-1
9
14 11
TALKBACK IN/CUE
J37
TALKBACK OUT
7 RIGHT
U25 U24 U14 U9
15 12 10 8 LEFT
U29
26
MON MUTE2 PHONES
IN-4 IN-3
IN-2 IN-1
U30
METER CAL PGM LEFT
27
U31
METER CAL PGM RIGHT
28
U32
METER CAL AUD LEFT
29
U33
METER CAL AUD RIGHT
30
U34
METER CAL TEL
31
U35
U37
22
AUD OUT LEFT
U38
23
AUD OUT RIGHT
U39
24
U40
25
PEAK LED SET TEL
MIX BUSES
AUDIO GROUND
VR2
TO TALKBACK CONTROL
U3
U15
U16
U17
U18
13
J4
J10
U13
J24
U19
U41
U42
19 U27
U21
U43
20
U28
TO CUE SPEAKER
TO HEADPHONE JACK
TO METER PEAK LEDS
U5 U4
TO EXT POWER SUPPLY
U8 U9
MUTE ONE DIMMING
16
17 U26
18
J34
J1
U2
PGM OUT RIGHT
J38
EXT INPUT LEVEL LEFT
TO METERS
U12
21
PEAK LED SET AUD RIGHT
VR1
U11
U36
PEAK LED SET PGM RIGHT
PEAK LED SET AUD LEFT
U1
U10
PGM OUT LEFT
TEL OUT
PEAK LED SET PGM LEFT
EXT INPUT LEVEL RIGHT
TO MONITOR SELECT BOARD
TO MIX BOARDS
(POWER SUPPLY)
U20
U22
U6
W1
U23
J6 J3
INSTALL FOR DIGITAL
REMOVE FOR ANALOG
TO EXT POWER SUPPLY
TO TIMER
Note: Access trim via silk-screen legend holes on the upper
DIGITAL output board with a small screw driver
DIGITAL
Access trim pots via silk-screen legend holes on the upper DIGITAL output board
with the provided small screw driver.
3
P/N 16787
UTL 1/6
DIGITAL
UTL 2/7
DIGITAL
Note: Connect PC com port to console main RS232 to
establish software communication. Use com port 9
pin D to RJ-45 adapter provided (RS p/n 15329).
EXT CUE
INPUT LEVEL
UTL 3/8
DIGITAL
UTL 4/9
DIGITAL
UTL 5/10
DIGITAL
LED VU METER
CRYSTAL Y2
UTL 1/6
ANALOG
JU10 AND Y2 SET SAMPLE RATE
UTL 2/7
ANALOG
MUTE-1 DIM
UTL 3/8
ANALOG
UTL 4/9
ANALOG
UTL 5/10
ANALOG
P/N 16787
TALKBACK OUTPUT LEVEL
J3
-15V (Orange)
GND (Black)
+15V (Green)
+15V (Black)
GND (Brown)
-15V (White)
-7.5V (Blue)
GND (Red)
+7.5V (Black)
GND (Yellow)
n/c
+15V (Black)
-15V (Red)
GND (White)
J4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
654321
654321
SW5
SW6
SW7
SW8
G
+15
1 2 3 4
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
G
+15
Power Supply Connector Pin-Outs and Voltages
Note: Pin outs provided for custom eight position switcher applications.
Factory cables are provided for four source switcher and squawk box options cards.
Switch pins are open collector/pull-to-ground.
Note: Data must be in AES/EBU (black)
format. Sync defaults to external
input when present.
4
16786
UTL 1/6
AUD DIGITAL
MIX-1 3/8
PGM DIGITAL
MIX-2 4/9
Insert jumpers between pins 4 & 5
to activate +48v phantom power
on plugin analog cards
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Illustration D-5
Auxiliary Control Relay Wiring
Connect the auxiliary relay (optional) (RS Part #7699) to the console muting connector J7 on the analog output board
for mute-1 or mute-2 control of air lights and other outboard equipment
A solid-state model of this relay (RS Part #9375) is also available. Note that this part is only supplied single pole
(SPST) configuration.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Take extreme care in wiring this relay to console connectors J7 to ensure that no hazardous (110V)
voltage is applied to pins on this connector.
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Illustration D-6
Talkback Wiring
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Illustration E-1
Enhanced Remote Interface Card
Description
This option card connects to any input channels 15-pin remote connector to provide relay and opto isolated channel
on/off and start/stop control.
Jumpers are also provided to program various enhanced logic states.
Ch. On Control
Ch. Off Control
Ch. On Control
Ch. Off Control
When ordered with the console, this optional board will normally be factory installed and operational.
For field installation, use the four plastic standoffs provided to mount the board on the inside rear console wall near the associated
input and output. Use the cable provided to wire the Remote Board(s) to the desired console channel remote control D connector
via on-board connector J-2.
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Illustration E-2
Four Source Router Card
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Illustration E-3
DA Mixer Card
Description
This optional, compact circuit card installs internally in Millenium consoles and may be connected to any console
audio output(s) to distribute signal to multiple sources. The card features bridging inputs, low impedance outputs, and
independent level adjusts for each output.
Installation
Use the plastic pins supplied to mount the circuit card on any free slot on the console inside rear wall. Supply DC
power via the three wire cable from any auxiliary DC output connector on any lower console circuit board. The second
DC connecter can be used to supply DC to power additional console option boards.
Applications
Use the DA/MIXER to distribute program or audition audio, create a mono program blend or a “mix-minus” feed of
multiple signals. On analog Millenium consoles, the DA/MIXER may also be wired to loop through channel patch points
(while leaving the loop-through jumpers in place) to “pick-off” and distribute individual channel audio. The DA/MIXER,
used in this application, will balance and buffer the audio, maintaining the integrity of channel audio as it exits the console.
Each of the 8 outputs can be jumper programmed to deliver one or any mix of the 4 inputs. Thereby, multiple stereo
outputs can be created by jumpering one input to multiple outputs. A mono mix of stereo inputs can be created by
jumpering a signal output to multiple inputs. A “mix-minus” output can be created by jumpering one input to multiple
outputs with additional inputs to the same outputs.
+1 -1 Gnd -2 +2
Balanced bridging audio inputs 1-4
(2 stereo or 4 mono inputs)
+3 -3 Gnd -4 +4
J2
J4
Output channel jumper programming (see rear
for programming examples)
Pot A
Pot C
Pot D
Pot E
Gn d -
+/ - 15vDC
JU8
JU7
+
J5
Gn d -
DC power input connecter and bridging output
connecter
(use either connector)
+/ - 15vDC
VR8
VR7
Pot G
+
1234
O ut G
VR6
Pot F
J6
1234
O ut F
VR5
O ut E
VR4
O ut D
1234
JU6
1234
JU5
JU4
O ut C
VR2
Pot B
1234
VR3
O ut B
VR1
O ut A
1234
JU3
1234
JU2
JU1
1234
Pot H
Output level sets for outputs A-H
(factory default setting is unity gain)
J1
J3
Balanced low impedence audio outputs A-H
(4 stereo or 8 mono outputs)
A + A - Gnd B - B + C + C - Gnd D - D +
E+ E- Gnd F- F+ G + G - Gnd H - H +
When ordered with the console, this optional board will normally be factory installed and operational. For field installation, use the four plastic standoffs provided to mount the board on the inside rear console wall near the associated
input or output. Connect the 3-pin power connector to any available 3-pin power port (+/-15v DC & Ground), on any
lower console circuit board.
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Illustration E-4
DA Mixer Card Programming Examples
1
2
3
4
Output Programming Jumpers JU1-JU8
(black over pin 1 indicates user installed jumper)
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
Out B
Out A
2
3
4
1
Out C
2
3
4
1
Out D
2
3
4
1
Out E
2
3
4
1
Out F
2
3
4
1
Out G
2
3
4
Out H
Stereo DA - 1x4
Single stereo input (1/2) to 4 stereo outputs (A/B, C/D, E/F, G/H)
1
2
3
4
1
Out A
2
3
4
1
Out B
2
3
4
1
Out C
2
3
4
1
Out D
2
3
4
1
Out E
2
3
4
1
Out F
2
3
4
1
Out G
2
3
4
Out H
Dual Stereo DA - 2x2
Dual stereo input (1/2)+(3/4) each to 2 stereo outputs (A/B, C/D)+(E/F, G/H)
1
2
3
4
1
Out A
2
3
4
1
Out B
2
3
4
1
Out C
2
3
4
1
Out D
2
3
4
1
Out E
2
3
4
1
Out F
2
3
4
1
Out G
2
3
4
Out H
Mono 8 Output DA - 1x8
One mono input (1) to 8 mono outputs (A.B.C.D.E.F.G.H)
1
2
3
4
1
Out A
2
3
4
1
Out B
2
3
4
1
Out C
2
3
4
1
Out D
2
3
4
1
Out E
2
3
4
1
Out F
2
3
4
1
Out G
2
3
4
Out H
Stereo Summing 8 Output DA - 2x8
One stereo input summed to 8 mono outputs
1
2
3
4
1
Out A
2
3
4
1
Out B
2
3
4
1
Out C
2
3
4
1
Out D
2
3
4
1
Out E
2
3
4
1
Out F
2
3
4
1
Out G
2
3
4
Out H
Stereo DA - 1x2 / Mono DA - 1x4
One stereo input (1/2) to 2 stereo outputs (A/B,C/D) and one stereo input (3/4) mixed to 4 mono outputs (E,F,G,H)
1
2
3
4
1
Out A
2
3
4
1
Out B
2
3
4
1
Out C
2
3
4
1
Out D
2
3
4
1
Out E
2
3
4
1
Out F
2
3
4
1
Out G
2
3
4
Out H
Stereo Program with 2 Summed Mix-Minus outputs - 1x2 with 3 Mix-Minus
One stereo input (1/2) to 2 DA outputs (A/B,C/D) plus two mix-1 outs (E,F) and two mix-2 outs (G,H)
1
2
3
Out A
4
1
2
3
Out B
4
1
2
3
Out C
4
1
2
3
Out D
4
1
2
3
Out E
4
1
2
3
Out F
4
1
2
3
4
Out G
Mono Program with 3 Mix-Minus Outputs - 1 with 4 Mix-Minus
One mono input (1) to 2 DA outputs (A,B) plus three sets of mix-1, mix-2, and mix-3 outputs (C,D/E,F/G,H)
1
2
3
Out H
4
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Illustration E-5
Intercom Wiring Card
To Interconnect the Intercom Card to Radio Systems’ Millenium Analog Consoles
Output Board
Talk-Back Connectors
Table-top/Console Programming
(Program J1 thru J4)
Jump left pins
for table-top
Jump right pins
for console
Intercom udio
(To J36 J3 on
the output bd.)
These pre-made factory
cables included with
the squawk box card
J1
3 +15V
2 GND
1 Squawk Ctl
J36
5
4
3 GND
2
1 TB Out
J2-2
J2-3
Intercom Control
(To J1 on the Output Bd.)
J37
Table Top Speaker
Drive Volume
5 (Cue In)
4
3
2 Int. In 1
J2-1
Remote Console
Drive Volume
Int. In +
Table Top Speaker
Receive Volume
VR2
Remote Console
Receive Volume
VR26
Console Intercom 1 +
Console Intercom 1 Shield
Table Top Speaker 1 Hot
Table Top Speaker 1 Switched
Console Intercom 2 +
Console Intercom 2 Shield
Table Top Speaker 2 Hot
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Table Top Speaker 2 Switched
10
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
From designated utility output
Intercom Output Level Set
( External Cue Input - located
on circuit board far right)
Intercom Input Level Set
Table Top Speaker 4 Switched
Table Top Speaker 4 Hot
Shield
Console Intercom 4 Console Intercom 4 +
Table Top Speaker 3 Switched
Table Top Speaker 3 Hot
Shield
Console Intercom 3 Console Intercom 3 +
To Digital Output Board
Wiring
1. Connect utility output (typically with operators mic prefader/pre on-off assigned) (or other line level source) to output
board talk-back input (J37 pins 1 & 2).
2. Connect provided patch cables from intercom card to output board (control cable from intercom card J1 to console
connector J1 and the audio cable from intercom card J2 to console conenctors J36 & J37).
3. Connect up to four table-top speakers to terminals labeled “table-top speaker hot” and “table-top speaker switched”
(1-4). Use shielded cable. Consult interconnection diagram on next page for hook-up. Select table-top speaker on console selector buttons for hands-free mode. Table-top speakers can “call” the console via call button.
4. Connect up to four console intercoms to terminals labeled “console intercom +” and “console intercom -”.
Consoles must select each other to establish a push-to-talk pathway.
5. Maximum of four stations “any combination of table-top and console” may be connected.
6. Set VR2 for Intercom output level and set VR26 for Intercom input level
Installation
When ordered with the console, this optional board normally will be factory-installed.
For field installation, use the four plastic stand-offs provided to mount the board on the inside rear console wall near the
associated input and output and wire it to the output board with the two (supplied) harness cables.
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Illustration E-6
Intercom Card Table-Top Speaker & Console Interconnection
Intercom Card (Internal to Console)
Table-top/Console Programming
(Program J1 thru J4)
Jump left pins
for table-top
Table Top Speaker
Drive Volume
Jump right pins
for console
Remote Console
Drive Volume
Table Top Speaker
Receive Volume
Remote Console
Receive Volume
Console Intercom 1 +
Console Intercom 1 -
1
2
Shield
Table Top Speaker 1 Hot
Table Top Speaker 1 Switched
Console Intercom 2 +
Console Intercom 2 Shield
Table Top Speaker 2 Hot
Table Top Speaker 2 Switched
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
10
9
9 pt
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Table Top Speaker 4 Switched
Table Top Speaker 4 Hot
Shield
Console Intercom 4 Console Intercom 4 +
Table Top Speaker 3 Switched
Table Top Speaker 3 Hot
Shield
Console Intercom 3 Console Intercom 3 +
Talk Button
Level Pot
Intercom Card (Internal to Console)
(Connect up to four)
Note:
Use shielded cable when making connections.
Be certain to perform J-1 thru J-4 programming to set table-top or
console operation.
Connect up to four table-top or console intercoms in any combination.
(Only one of each can be connect to any channel)
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Description – Overview
The Intercom is an optional accessory for the Millenium digital broadcast consoles. The card provides 2-way amplification for connection of the console to any combination of four speakers or Radio Systems’ consoles. One or two cards
may be installed in a console to service four or eight stations.
5.2
Operation
With a table top speaker (Radio Systems Part #7696)
To page and speak from the speaker to the console, push and hold the button on the speaker.
To respond to or call the speaker from the console, select the speaker location on the console
4/8 position selector and push and hold the talkback button.
Release the talkback button to allow the speaker location to respond hands free.
Deselect the speaker location on the 4/8 position selector to hush the listen path.
Between two consoles
Select the console you wish to communicate with on the 4/8 position selector.
Push and hold the talkback button to page and speak to the selected console.
To respond, the selected console must select the paging console on the 4/8 position selector,
(if it is also equipped with a intercom card) and push and hold the talkback button.
Push-to-talk conversation may continue between the consoles. Console operators should deselect the console on the 4/8 position selector when the conversation is complete.
5.3
Installation and Wiring
Use the plastic stand offs provided to mount the intercom card and the logic selector card (required and utilized only in
Millenium consoles) next to each other on the inside back wall of the console behind the output board.
5.3.1
Control Wiring
Install the control cable(s) provided between digital output board connector J39 for switches
1-4 and J43 for switches 5-8 and monitor board D connector J1 and intercom control connector.
The eight position switcher must be programmed for interlocked operation. See the “eight position switcher” page in the
software section for more information.
5.3.2
Intercom card audio wiring
Connect the 3-conductor control cable provided between intercom card connector J1 and analog output card connector J1. Connect the 4-conductor audio cable between intercom card connector J2 and output board Talk-Back audio
connectors J36 & J37. (For RS Series consoles only – connect J4 to the 4-position front panel mechanical switch.)
5.3.2.1
Console internal wiring
Designate and wire a console Utility bus output to the intercom talk-back input (connector J37 pins 1, 2, 3). Consult
the software section page “Utility Bus” for instructions to configure this bus for operator microphone, pre on/off and
prefader feed.
5.3.2.2
Table-top speaker wiring
Utilize up to 300’ of 2-conductor shielded cable. At the intercom card, connect the shield to GRND, the tip from the
phone plug (switch output) to call, and the ring to the other side of the call switch.
Radio Systems Millenium-D Digital Console
5.3.2.3
Page 44
Console interconnection
Interconnect the SPKR, GRND and AUX in pins from the appropriate intercom card outputs on the two consoles, or to
talk-back Audio Connectors J36 & J37 on consoles with no intercom board.
5.4
Calibration
Adjust the output level control on the intercom card for more level at the remote speakers or console.
Adjust the external cue level control on the analog output board to set the intercom input level and to balance it with the
cue level of the internal console cue inputs.
Radio Systems Millenium-D Digital Console
Page 45
Using Active Balanced Circuitry
Balanced lines have been used for many years and are in continuing use today because of their immunity to stray
pickup. Induced signals appear on both sides of the balanced line. The receiving end of the balanced line responds
only to the difference voltage between the lines which is the desired signal. Induced signals are common to both and
are balanced out.
Transformers have been the mainstay of balanced circuitry for decades. Unfortunately, transformers cause distortion
and ringing, and are susceptible to magnetic flux pickup. Further, good quality audio transformers are very expensive.
The use of op-amp balanced circuitry has the advantage of transformers without the disadvantages. The only caveat
is that careful wiring practices are more important with active balanced than with transformers.
Active balanced outputs and inputs use three wires: +, -, and ground. The + and - terminals are both driven and neither should ever be connected to ground. For best performance, a three-conductor shielded wire should be used. The
third wire completes the ground circuit. The shield should be connected to the ground at one end of the wire only.
If a two-wire shielded cable is used, it is important that a ground connection be made between the sending and receiving units. A ground circuit through equipment chassis or through three-prong AC cord ground is also acceptable.
Single-ended audio interconnections lack the interference immunity of balanced hook-ups. For the reason, keep unbalanced connections short, direct, and well separated from AC power wires. To drive a single-ended load from an active
balanced source, use coaxial wire: + to center conductor and ground to shield, leaving the - output unconnected. To
feed an active balanced input from a single-ended source, use coaxial wire, connecting the hot center conductor to +.
Connect the shield to ground and put a jumper from ground to -.
When driving an active balanced input from a transformer balanced floating source, use two conductor shielded wire.
Ground the shield at the source end. Establish good ground between the chassis either directly or though AC plug
ground prongs. At the load, connect the + lead to the + input and the - lead to the - input. Put two 300 ohm resistors
in series between the + input and the - input and connect their mid-point to the load ground. This correctly terminates
the source output transformer for optimum frequency and transient response (freedom from ringing) and provides a low
impedance return path for leakage and induced hum. If more than one active balanced load is to be placed across
a floating balanced transformer source, install this resistive termination once only. From that location to the active balanced loads, run three-conductor shielded wire, shield continued from the sources chassis, + from +, - from -, and
ground from the mid-point of the terminating resistors.
To drive a balanced floating transformer load from an active balanced source, use shielded wire. Connect the shield
to source ground and leave the shield open at the load end. Connect + to + and - to -, and establish a good source
ground to load chassis connection, either through a third wire in the interconnect cable or through chassis contact or
AC cord third wire ground.
Interconnections between pieces of stereo equipment require doubling the connections described above without
duplicating the ground connection. Between pieces of active balanced stereo equipment, then, 5 shielded conductors
should be run.
When testing active balanced equipment with single ended test equipment, do not connect the - to test equipment
ground. Most modern test equipment provides balanced inputs. In many dual-trace oscilloscopes, balanced signals
may be displayed by running the two inputs in the “add” mode with one input switched to invert. To perform a test with
single-ended equipment, + and - outputs must be tested independently and their results added. Testing only a single
output results in a 6 db loss in output level.
The active balanced equipment interconnection format makes possible state of the art fidelity. Careful attention to
detail and conservative practice will be rewarded with outstanding flat frequency response, low distortion, and wide
dynamic range.
MILLENIUM SMT CONTROL BOARD
7-29-2008
F-1
BLANK BOARD 18515
ASSEMBLY 18516 (Analog)
ASSEMBLY 18522 (Digital)
TITLE:
SIX CHANNEL CONTROL BOARD
F-2
Logan Township, NJ
TYPE:
MILLENIUM
RS-D CONSOLE
DATE:
PARTS LAYOUT
9-1-2007
PART NO:
18522
REV:
E
TITLE:
INPUT CONTROL BOARD
F-3
Logan Township, NJ
TYPE:
MILLENIUM
RS-D CONSOLE
DATE:
PARTS LAYOUT
9-2011
PART NO:
18522
REV:
E
SIX CHANNEL CONTROL BOARD PARTS LIST
RS
Part #
18517
Manufacturer
Part #
CD74HC08PW Reference Description
U1,3,9,10,14,15,
19,20,24,25,29,30
Value
74HC08 18518
SN74HC157PW U4,8,13,18,23,28
74HC157 16005
ECJ-2YB1H104 K
15505
ICF-314-T-O J25 SAMTEC 14 PIN SMT DIP SOCKET
1
16655
ICF-316-T-O J2,8,12,16,20,24 SAMTEC 16 PIN SMT DIP SOCKET 6
16006
EEV-FK1V100U R
C4,15,24,33,42,51
10UF PANASONIC CAP SURFACE MOUNT POLAR VS-B
6
16643
EEE-FK1E101X P C8-9 ,10,16,19,25,28, 34,37,43,46,52
100UF PANASONIC CAP SURFACE MOUNT POLAR VS-D
12
15 PIN D CONNECTOR
6
SWITCHING DIODE
54
10928
DNP-15STCC-G-F1
C1-3 C5-7,C11-14,17,
18,C20-23,C26-27,29,
C30-32,35,36,38,39,
40,41,44,45,47,48,49,
50,53,54
6.2V 1W
ON SEMICONDUCTOR
MMSZ5234BT1 D20,36,60,84,108,132
16719
MRA4005-T1
D11,17,31,35,55,59,79,
83,103,107,127,131
18519
SMAZ7V5
16626
B340LA-13 KELTRON
Qty
QUAD 2-INPUT POS-AND GATE 12
QUAD 2-TO-1-LINE DATA SELECTOR/MULTIPLEXER
6
SURFACE MOUNT CAPACITOR 36
0.048 X 0.079 INCHES
6
MRA4005 ON SEMICONDUCTOR
DIODE 12
D18,32,56,80,104,128 SMAZ7V5 ZENER DIODE 1W 66
D12,37,61,85,109,133 B340LA-13 Schotty Rectifier B340LA 6
MCC Diodes Inc J3,6,10,14,18,22
TSM-106-01-T-DV-P-TR
JU1/2,3/4,5/6,16/12,
13/14,11/15,26/22, 23/24,21/25,
36/32,33/34,31/35,46/42,
43/44,41/45,56/52,53/54,51/55
TSM-103-01-T-DV-P-TR
JU1,7,11,15,19,23
SAMTEC EVERLIGHT 23-21B/T1D-APQHY/A D7-9 D14-16 D23-24,33,39, D40-43,D47-48 D63-67,71,72,
D87-91,95,96,D111-115,119,120
D135-139,143,144
18524
23-21B/Y2C-AN1P2/2A
D16,21,22,D44-46,D68-70,D92-94,
D116-118,D140-142
16011
LM2940S-5.0
18520
MUN5314DW1
PIC16F1914 I/PT Descrip.
ZENER DIODE 6.2V 1W 18195
18521
ON SEMICONDUCTOR
16717
16904
PANASONIC D1-6 D10 D13 D19,D25-30, D33,34,38,49, D50-54,57,58,62,
D73-78,81,82,86,97, D98-102,105,
106,110,D121-126,129,130,134
18571
.1UF MMSD4148T1G AMP-640456-5
TI J4,5,9,13,17,21
16512
7052
Manufacturer
TI U5,7,12,17,22,27
+5V
Q8,11,12,15,Q17-19,Q36-42,
MUN5314 Q57-63 Q78-84,Q99-105,Q120-126
U2,6,11,16,21,26
PIC16F1914 F-4
Amp
SAMTEC EVERLIGHT NATIONAL SEMI ON SEMI MICROCHIP 5 PIN MTD HEADER 6
HEADER 6 PIN (2 X 3) 18
HEADER 6 PIN
(2 ROWS x 3) SMD
6
LED SMT REVERSE MOUNT WHITE
42
LED SMT REVERSE
MOUNT AMBER
18
POS VOLT REG 6
COMPLEMENTARY NPN PNP PAIR
42
FLASH MICROCONTROLLER 32MHZ
6
SIX CHANNEL CONTROL BOARD PARTS LIST
RS
Part #
Manufacturer
Part #
16575
RC0805FR-071OKL
16019
RC0805FR-071 KL 17022
ERJ-6ENF2211
16023
RC0805FR-073 57RL
14667
RC0805FR-074 K7L 16041
RC0805FR-074 22RL
16916
RC0805FR-074 7K5L 14468
ERJ-6GEYR00 16025
ZXMN6A07FTA Reference Description
R1,R3-9,14,15,17,23,27-32,34-39,
41,42,44,51,54,74,79-104,108,557,
56,64,69,72,73,78,128,133-158,162,
110,111,118,123,126,127,132,172,
177,180,182,187-212,164-165,181,
186,236,241-266,218,219,226,231,
234-235, 240,270,290,295-320,273,
280,285,288,324,289,294
R45-47,65,66,75,119,120,129,173,
174,183,227,228,237,281,282,291
R48,107,161,215,269,323
R2,58,112,166,220,274,12,59,113,
167,221, 275,26,60,114,168,222,
276,33,61,115,169,223,277,40,62,
116,170,224,278,43,63
R13,105,159,213,267,321,24,25,
71,76,125,130,179,184,233,
238,287,292
R49,50,68,77,122,131,176,185,
230,239,284,293,52,53,67,106,
121,160,175,214,229,268,283,322
R10,70,124,178,232,286 R16,55,109,163,217,271 Q1-7,14,16,9,10,13,20-35,43-56,
64-77,85-98,106-119
Value
Manufacturer
10K YAGEO 10K 2.21K 357
4.7K 422
47.5K DNP 8MM
YAGEO PANASONIC YAGEO YAGEO YAGEO YAGEO PANASONIC Zetex F-5
Descrip.
Qty
SURFACE MOUNT RESISTOR 0.048
210
SURFACE MOUNT RESISTOR 0.048 X 0.079 INCHES SURFACE MOUNT RESISTOR 0.048 X 0.079 INCHES
SURFACE MOUNT RESISTOR 0.048 X 0.079 INCHES
SURFACE MOUNT RESISTOR 0.048 X 0.079 INCHES
SURFACE MOUNT RESISTOR 0.048 X 0.079 INCHES
SURFACE MOUNT RESISTOR
0.048 X 0.079 INCHES
SURFACE MOUNT RESISTOR 0.048 X 0.079 INCHES
N TYPE MOSFET 18
6
36
18
24
6
6
84
F-6
S4
S3
D3
D2
S14
S11
D10
D7
S15
S12
D11
D8
S16
S13
D12
D9
S1
S2
D1
S8
D4
S9
D5
S10
D6
S5
S6
S7
S24
S21
S20
S17
D20
D17
D15
D13
S25
S22
S18
D21
D18
D14
S28
S23
S19
D22
D19
D15
S30
S29
S27
D25
D24
S28
D23
10886A
TITLE:
MONITOR BOARD
F-7
Logan Township, NJ
TYPE:
MILLENIUM
RS-D CONSOLE
DATE:
PARTS LAYOUT
9-1-2007
PART NO:
15277
REV:
A
J10 J9
D26
C1 +
C3
U1
+
C4
R2
C5
R4
C2 +
J1
D27
J2
Q5
R1
Q1
Q2
D28
Q3
Q4
Q6
Q7
U3
Q8
R2
J4
D34
D32
R7
D33
R24
+
R25
C9
J6
C7
D31
+
R23
C8
10886A
R6
D30
R22
U4
C6
R5
D29
J5
+
U2
Q9
J3
R26
R27
C10
J7
J8
TITLE:
MONITOR BOARD
F-8
Logan Township, NJ
TYPE:
MILLENIUM
RS-D CONSOLE
DATE:
PARTS LAYOUT
9-1-2007
PART NO:
15277
REV:
A
MONITOR BOARD PARTS LIST
LINE
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
QTY.
3
20
30
10886
7602
5744
1
25
5
40
5743
50
9124
60
8191
70
15831
80
7012
90
7786
100
1012
110
10928
120
5890
130
11157
140
5892
150
7050
160
10328
170
10326
180
5872
190
1143
200
7514
210
7533
220
1039
230
8228
240
3679
250
10891
260
11046
PCB MONITOR BD
SHOULDERWASHER FOR TO 220
CAP 100UF 25V RAD 20%
Ref: C1;C2;C8;C9;C10
CAP .1UF FILM
Ref: C3;C6;C7
CAP 100 PF SILVER M ICA
Ref: C4
CAP 10UF 35V ELEC
Ref: C5
3MM WHITE LED HI BRIGHTNESS
Ref: D1;D2;D3;D4;D5;D6;D7;D8;D9;D10;D11;D12;D13;D14;
D15;D16;D17;D18;D19;D20;D21;D22;D23;D24;D25
DIODE 1N4005
Ref: D26
DIODE 1N4735A
Ref: D27
DIODE 1N4148
Ref: D28;D29;D30;D31;D32;D33;D34
15 PIN D SUB PC MT STRAIGHT
Ref: J1;J2
HEADER 7 PIN MTA . 1
Ref: J3
RESISTOR NETWORK DIP 680 OHM S
Ref: J5
HEADER 3 PIN MTA . 1
Ref: J6;J7;J8
HEADER 2 PIN MTA . 1
Ref: J9;J10
TRANSISTOR 2N7000
Ref: Q1;Q2;Q3;Q4;Q5;Q6;Q7;Q8;Q9
RES NETWORK 10K
Ref: R1;R2;R3
RES 1.0K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R22;R24;R26
RES 100 OHM 1/4W 1%
Ref: R23;R25;R27
RES 3.32K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R4
RES 220 OHM 1/4W 5%
Ref: R5;R6;R7
SOCKET 16 PIN DIP
Ref: REF;U2;U4;J4;J5
SOCKET 40 PIN IC
Ref: REF;U3
VR 7805
Ref: U1
IC 74HC147N
Ref: U2;U4
IC PROGRAMMED MONITOR BD
Ref: U3
F9
3
1
1
25
1
1
7
2
1
1
3
2
9
3
3
3
1
3
4
1
1
2
1
F-10
F-11
F-12
CT-2002 CLOCK/TIMER PARTS LIST
LINE
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
QTY.
10
14400
CT-2002 CONSOLE C/T DETAIL
1
20
5729
RES 2.21K 1/4W 1%
16
Ref: R1;R2;R5;R6;R12;R11;R18;R17;R27;R26;R33;R32;R37;R36;R41;R40
30
2816
RES 10.0K 1/4W 1%
7
Ref: R22;R28;R24;R34;R14;R16;R19
40
1143
RES 100 OHM 1/4W 1%
50
1030
RES 470 OHM 1/4W 5%
7
Ref: R4;R7;R13;R35;R21;R38;R30;
5
Ref: R20;R23;R25;R29;R31
60
9806
RES 120 OHM 1/4W 5%
1
Ref: R39
70
3558
RES 5.11K 1/4W 1%
2
Ref: R8;R9
80
5872
RES 1.0K 1/4W 1%
90
10815
RES 22 OHM 3W 5%
2
Ref: R10;R15
1
Ref: R3
100
5743
CAP .1UF FILM
7
Ref: C7 THRU C13
110
8192
CAP 30PF SILVER MICA
120
7012
DIODE 1N4005
130
1012
DIODE 1N4148
1
Ref: C5
1
Ref: D10
1
Ref: D12
140
9330
DIODE 1N5817
1
Ref: D13
150
7786
DIODE 1N4735A
160
13051
3MM RED LED HI BRIGHTNESS
170
10927
CAP 4.2-20PF TRIMMER
1
Ref: D11
9
Ref: D1 THRU D9
1
Ref: C3
180
10797
LED DUAL SEVEN SEGMENT RED
3
Ref: DS1;DS2;DS3
190
5744
CAP 100UF 25V RAD 20%
200
8191
CAP 10UF 35V ELEC
220
6119
TRANSISTOR 2N4403
1
Ref: C2
1
Ref: C6
8
Ref: Q7 THRU Q14
230
10328
TRANSISTOR 2N7000
6
Ref: Q1 THRU Q6
F‐13
LINE
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
QTY.
240
3679
VR 7805
1
260
14505
IC LTC1690
Ref: U2
1
Ref: U4
270
14359
PHOTODETECTOR
1
Ref: U1
280
1011
SOCKET 8 PIN DIP
290
8228
SOCKET 40 PIN IC
300
11338
RJ45 VERTICAL SHIELDED
1
Ref: REF;U4
1
Ref: REF; U3
2
Ref: J5;J6
310
14504
CONNECTOR 9 PIN D FEMALE
1
Ref: J7
320
7050
HEADER 2 PIN MTA .1
330
5892
HEADER 3 PIN MTA .1
340
7051
HEADER 4 PIN MTA .1
1
Ref: J2
1
Ref: J4
1
Ref: J1
350
5890
HEADER 7 PIN MTA .1
1
Ref: J3
360
7903
HEADER 2 PIN SINGLE ROW .1
370
2846
HEAT SINK T0-220
390
9292
NUT KEP #4
2
Ref: JU1;JU2
1
Ref: REF; U2
1
Ref: REF; U2
400
7601
SIL-PAD TO-220
1
Ref: REF;U2
410
11073
LED SPACER
420
5758
JUMPER PLUG .1
5
Ref: REF; D5 THRU D9
2
Ref: REF; JU1;JU2
430
7535
CAP 470 UF 25V ELEC
1
Ref: C1
440
13132
CRYSTAL 20 MHZ
1
Ref: Y1
450
11072
LED SPACER
480
7281
CAP 18PF SILVER MICA
4
Ref: REF;D1;D2;D3;D4
1
Ref: C4
490
14506
IC PIC16F874
1
Ref: U3
F‐14
LINE
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
QTY.
500
9320
SCREW PHIL PH 4-40 X 5/16
1
510
1014
CAP 10UF 25V NP
Ref: REF; U2
2
Ref: C14;C15
520
7792
RES 1.62K 1/4W 1%
1
F‐15
F-16
F-17
F-18
F-19
Analog Output Board Parts List
LINE
PART #
10
20
14799
2828
30
1009
40
8883
50
5876
60
10813
70
10813
80
5716
90
5723
100
5873
110
5726
120
8794
130
2816
140
2816
150
5872
160
8813
170
1143
180
9299
190
5882
200
5729
210
14810
220
5727
230
240
5734
5725
250
7512
DESCRIPTION
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
MILLENIUM OUTPUT BOARD DETAIL
RES 4.7 OHM 1/2W 5%
Ref: R19
RES 47 OHM 1/2W 5%
Ref: R46;R47
RES 1.8K 1/2W 5%
Ref: R242;R241;R240;R238;R239
RES 100K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R34;159;162;187;192;197;202;1;10
RES 4.99K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R15;R16;R44;69;70;74;77;79-91;94-118;131;134-137;140-158
RES 4.99K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R160;161;181-186;188-191;193-196;13;198-201;14;203-207;210
219;222;225;230-234;237;243;246-248;259;260;280;281;310-313
339;340;357-359
RES 1.0 MEG 1/4W 1%
Ref: R8;21;24;25;28;29;163;164;35;36;11;12;41;17;58;64;7;360;377
R18;R20
RES 4.02K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R78;38;60;306;308;65;337;338;32
RES 46.4 OHM 1/4W 1%
Ref: R173;175;177;179;165;211;213;215;217;123;125;127;129;282;294
296;298;300;302;167;169;314;326;328;330;332;334;171
RES 20.0K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R50;R42;R66;R71
RES 221 OHM 1/4 W 1%
Ref: R31;R55;R43;R73;R67
RES 10.0K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R229;119-122;216;4;124;218;126;214;128;212;261-276;130;
283-293
RES 10.0K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R295;297;299;301;303;305;307;309;5;327;226;329;331;333;335;
170;341-350;352;354;356;227;228;6;3;361-370;172
RES 1.0K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R33;37;277;223;351;9;45;61;27;54;371-376
RES 226K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R319-325;316-318
RES 100 OHM 1/4W 1%
Ref: R224;57;52
RES 2.0K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R336;278;353;355;279;304
RES 4.7M 1/4W 5%
Ref: R253;249-252
RES 2.21K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R56;62;39
RES 23.7K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R209;76;178;176;180;220;221;235;236;244;245;92;93;174;208;
132;133;75;138;139
RES 15.0K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R49;23
RES 187K 1/4W 1%
RES 392 OHM 1/4W 1%
Ref: R256;254;257;258;255
RES 82.5K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R22
F‐20
QTY.
1
1
2
5
9
66
57
21
9
28
4
5
50
35
16
10
3
6
5
3
20
2
3
5
1
LINE
PART #
260
7513
270
10383
280
7482
290
5739
300
5743
310
5863
320
5860
330
5744
340
7012
350
1012
360
7535
370
15339
380
5865
390
14824
400
5751
410
6118
420
14850
430
6119
440
7995
450
1014
460
15340
470
1049
480
1011
490
1011
500
1039
510
13049
520
1027
DESCRIPTION
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
RES 49.9K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R315;R2
CAP 5PF DISC 500V 5% NPO
Ref: C170-C179
CAP 470PF 50V DISK
Ref: C11
CAP 100PF DISC 5% 100V
Ref: C13;19;25;34;38;40;49;55-57;60;64;69;70;78;81;85;86;104;107
111;112;115;119;137;143-146;161;165-168
CAP .1UF FILM
Ref: C5-7;9;10;12;22;24;33;36;37;43;52;62;71;82;109;113;114;117;
120-124;147-160;164
CAP .0022UF 50V FILM
Ref: C45;125-133;140-142;46-48;14;15;27;28;31;32;17;18;20;41;42;
CAP .01UF 5% 50V FILM
Ref: C189
CAP 100UF 25V RAD 20%
Ref: C2;C3;4;8;16;26;39;50;54;58;59;103
DIODE 1N4005
Ref: D1;D5
DIODE 1N4148
Ref: D2;D3;D4;D8;D9;D10
CAP 470 UF 25V ELEC
Ref: C1
DIODE 1N270
Ref: D11-D30
CAP 1UF 20% 50V ELECT
Ref: C44
TRANSIENT VOLTAGE SUPPRESSOR
Ref: D6;D7
TRANSISTOR P1086
Ref: Q7
TRANSISTOR 2N4401
Ref: Q3;Q4;Q5;Q6
POT 50K TOP ADJ
Ref: VR1;VR2;VR3;VR4;VR5;VR6;VR26
TRANSISTOR 2N4403
Ref: Q1;Q2
POT 10K TOP ADJUST
Ref: VR8-VR25;VR7;VR27-VR31
CAP 10UF 25V NP
Ref: C23;29;30;35;67;68;188
IC VCA 2181LB
Ref: U1;U4;U5;U7;U8
CAP 100UF 25V NP
Ref: C190-194
SOCKET 8 PIN DIP
Ref: REF; U6;U9;U14;U15;U16;U17;U18;U20;U21;U22;U23;U24;U25;U29
SOCKET 8 PIN DIP
Ref: REF;U30;U31;U32;U33;U34;U35;U36;U37;U38;U39;U40;U41;U42;U43
SOCKET 16 PIN DIP
Ref: U10;U11;U12;U13;U19;J9
IC LM4765T
Ref: U2;U3
SOCKET 14 PIN DIP
Ref: REF;U26;U27;U28
F‐21
QTY.
2
10
1
34
40
28
1
12
2
6
1
20
1
2
1
4
7
2
24
7
5
5
14
14
6
2
3
LINE
PART #
530
1010
540
3675
550
1042
560
6120
570
5752
580
5756
590
5753
600
11338
610
7050
620
5892
630
7051
640
5890
650
5891
660
5749
670
7502
680
5893
690
7872
700
13047
710
7646
720
9142
730
14892
740
7518
750
9048
760
9662
DESCRIPTION
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
IC 5532
Ref: U9;U14-U18;U20-U25;U29-U43
IC 4558
Ref: U6
IC LM339N
Ref: U26;U27;U28
IC 4051
Ref: U10;U11;U12;U13
IC 4053
Ref: U19
HEADER 26 PIN DUAL ROW .1
Ref: J38
HEADER 5 PIN
Ref: J7;36;37
RJ45 VERTICAL SHIELDED
Ref: J11;J12;J15;J16;J19;J20;J25;J26;J29;J30;J33
HEADER 2 PIN MTA .1
Ref: J4
HEADER 3 PIN MTA .1
Ref: J1;J10;J34
HEADER 4 PIN MTA .1
Ref: J3
HEADER 7 PIN MTA .1
Ref: J24
HEADER 12 PIN MTA .1
Ref: J23
HEADER 15 PIN MTA .1
Ref: J2;J5
HEADER 4 PIN MTA .156
Ref: J8
HEADER 10 PIN MTA .156
Ref: J6
HEAT SINK RS OUTPUT BOARD
Ref: REF;U2;U3
SIL-PAD LARGE TO-220
Ref: REF; U2;U3
KEP NUT #6
Ref: REF; U2;U3
SCREW PH PHIL 6-32 X 1/4
Ref: REF; U2;U3
CAP 47PF 100V NP0 (.20 LEAD)
Ref: C51;53;61;63;65;66;74-77;79;80;83;84;95;97;99;101;105;106;
108;110;116;118;134;135;136;138;139;162;163;169;180-187
RES 39.2K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R166;R168
RES 33.2K 1/4W 1%
Ref: R26;R53
CAP 22UF 25V NP
Ref: C73;87-94;96;98;100;102;72
F‐22
QTY.
27
1
3
4
1
1
3
11
1
3
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
40
2
2
14
F-23
F-24
F-25
POWER SUPPLY INTERFACE PARTS LIST
LINE
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
QTY.
10
20
21
22
30
35
40
45
46
50
51
60
65
70
80
90
100
140
150
160
180
190
210
220
230
240
250
16219
16220
8551
9291
16221
16182
16209
8047
1093
16451
1091
16223
11315
9937
16453
11485
11486
1154
2919
7646
9155
16470
1155
15156
16566
16567
16536
MILLENUIM D SWITCH PS CHASSIS
MILLENUIM D SWITCH PS FRT PNL
SCREW 10-32 X 1/2" BLACK OXIDE
NUT KEP 10 10-32
MILLENUIM D SWITCH PS COVER
SCREW 4-40 X 1/4 TAPTITE
POWER SUPPLY 15V 6.6A SWITCHER
SCREW 6-32 X 5/8 PH PHIL
WASHER LOCK #6
CORCOM EMI FILTER
SCREW 6-32 3/8 PANHEAD
MILLENUIM D SWITCH BD #1
SCREW 6-32 X 1/4 PH PHIL ITLW
HOUSING 3 PIN .156
HOUSING 12 PIN .156
HOUSING 5 PIN MTA .156
KEYING PLUG MTA .156
NUT KNURL 6-32
SCREW 6-32 X 1/2 PH PHIL
KEP NUT #6
POWER CABLE 3-COND TO IEC
POWER SUPPLY CABLE PS-DIGITAL
LUG #6 SOLDER
RICHCO SNAP RIVET BLACK
CONSOLE POWER SUPPLY BOX
CONSOLE P/S FOAM END CAPS
CABLE PS-DIGITAL POWER
1
1
4
4
1
8
2
8
8
1
2
1
6
5
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
F‐26
F-27
F-28
TITLE:
DA MIXER BOARD
Logan Township, NJ
F-29
MILLENIUM
RS-D CONSOLE
TYPE:
PARTS LAYOUT
DATE:
9-1-2007
PART NO:
16448
REV:
CONSOLE DA MIXER PARTS LIST
LINE
PART #
DESCRIPTION
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
QTY.
10
20
16448
16513
1
42
30
16513
40
16350
50
16019
60
16400
70
16020
80
16005
90
16347
100
16346
110
16053
120
16152
130
16153
140
16063
150
16405
160
7076
170
5758
180
5892
190
7790
200
1049
RS MILLENIUM CONSOLE DA DETAIL
RES SMT 4.99K OHM
Ref: R1;2;4;8;9;11;12;13;16;17;19;21;22;24;25;26;28;31;33;35;36
38;40;41;43;44;45;47;49;50;52;54;55;57;59;61;63;64;66;68;72
RES SMT 4.99K OHM
Ref: 75;76;77;79;80;82;84;86;88;89;90;91;92;94
RES SMT 30.1 OHM 1/8W 1%
Ref: R34;R58;R20;R60;R7;R65;R39;R71;R14;R15;R27;R78;R48;R83;R85
R53
RES SMT 1.0K 1/8W 1%
Ref: R42;R74;R3;R87;R51;R18;R62;R32
RES SMT 402 OHM
Ref: R81;R37;R67;R23;R46;R10;R93;R56
RES SMT 10K 1/8W 1%
Ref: R29;R69;R30;R6;R5;R70;R95;R96
CAP SMT .1UF 50V CERM X7R
Ref: C1;C10;C12;C14;C15;C19;C22;C29;C30;C34;C35;C40;C42;C49;C50;
C57;C58;C59;C61;C66
CAP SMT .0022PF 50V CERM
Ref: C23;C27;C32;C11;C36;C38;C4;C41;C6;C44;C48;C16;C53;C55;C18;
C60
CAP SMT 47PF 50V CERM
Ref: C33;C47;C28;C17;C51;C52;C9;C39;C56;C7;C20;C21;C63;C64;C65;
C8
CAP SMT 1000PF 50V CERM
Ref: C26;C46;C25;C2;C3;C45;C67;C68
CAP SMT 100UF 25V ELEC
Ref: C69;C70
CAP SMT 100UF 50V ELECT
Ref: C71
IC SMT NE5532D
Ref: U1;U2;U3;U4;U5;U6;U7;U8;U9;U10
POT SMT TRIM 10K 6MM
Ref: VR1;VR2;VR3;VR4;VR5;VR6;VR7;VR8
HEADER 8 PIN DUAL ROW .1
Ref: JU1;JU2;JU3;JU4;JU5;JU6;JU7;JU8
JUMPER PLUG .1
Ref: JU1 THRU JU8
HEADER 3 PIN MTA .1
Ref: J5;J6
TERMINAL BLOCK 5 PIN
Ref: J1;J2;J3;J4
CAP 100UF 25V NP
Ref: C5;C13;C24;C31;C37;C43;C54;C62
F‐30
14
16
8
8
8
20
16
16
8
2
1
10
8
8
32
2
6
8
F-31
F-32
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Millenium Digital Console Specifications
Models Available
RS-6d: 6 Channel
RS-12d: 12 Channel
RS-18d: 18 Channel
Measurements are made with 600 ohm loads connected to the analog outputs.
0 dBu equals 0.775 volts RMS independent of load impedance, 0 dBm equals 0.775 volts into a 600 ohm load.
Reference Level: +4dBu equals -20 dBFS. FSD equals Full Scale Digital equals +24 dBu
Analog Line Inputs
Digital Inputs
Input Impedance:
40 k ohms, instrumentation amplifier balanced
Signal Format:
AES-3, S/PDIF
Input Level Range:
jumper selectable nominal input level of -16 dBu,
-6dBu or +4 dBu
Signal Compliance:
24 bit
Input Level Trim:
software trim (digital gain adjust) +/-12.5 dB.
Input Sample Rate:
32 kHz - 96 kHz, sample rate conversion is provided for all digital inputs
Input Headroom:
20 dB above nominal input
Input Level:
-20 dBFS nominal
Analog Monitor Inputs
Input Impedance:
10 k ohms minimum, differentially balanced
Input Level Range:
Adjustable +4 dBu nominal, -10 dBu minimum
Input Headroom: 20 dB above nominal input
Microphone Preamplifiers
Input Impedance:
10 k ohmsSource Impedance: 150 ohms
Input Level Range:
Selectable in 5 dB steps, -62 dBu to - 22dBu
Equivalent Input Noise:
-128 dBu, 150 ohm source, 20 kHz measurement
bandwidth
Input Headroom:
20 dB above nominal inputAnalog Outputs
Output Source Impedance:
Utility Buses <3 ohms balanced, all others 90 ohms.
Output Load Impedance:
600 ohms minimum
Nominal Output Level:
+4 dBu
Maximum Output Level:
+24 dB
Input Level Trim:
software trim (digital gain adjust) +/-12.5 dB.
Input Headroom:
20 dB above nominal input
Digital Outputs
Signal Format:
AES-3
Signal Compliance:
24 bit Output Sample Rate: 48 kHz
Digital Reference:
Crystal (internal) or external AES-3 input at 48 kHz
100 ppm
Internal Sample Rate:
48 kHz
Processing Resolution:
32 bit floating point DSP
Conversions:
A/D 24-bit, Delta-Sigma, 256x oversampling; D/A
24-bit, Delta-Sigma, 256x oversampling
Latency:
<1.0 ms, analog in to analog out
Radio Systems Millenium-D Digital Console
Frequency Response
Line Input to Program or Utility Output:
+0 dB/-0.5 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Microphone Input to Program or Utility Output:
+0dB/-.5dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Dynamic RangeAnalog Input to Analog Output:
106 dB referenced to FSD, 22 kHz measurement bandwidth, 109 dB “A” weighted
Analog Input to Digital Output:
109 dB referenced to FSD, 22 kHz measurement bandwidth, 112 dB “A” weighted
Digital Input to Analog Output:
109 dB referenced to FSD, 22 kHz measurement bandwidth, 112 dB “A” weighted
Digital Input to Digital Output:
123 dB referenced to FSD, 22 kHz measurement bandwidth, 126 dB “A” weighted
Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise
Analog Input to Analog Output:
<0.008%, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, +23 dBu input, +23 dBu output, 22 kHz measurement bandwidth
Analog Input to Digital Output:
<0.004%, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, +23 dBu input, +23 dBu output, 22 kHz measurement bandwidth
Digital Input to Digital Output:
<0.0005%, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, -1 dBFS input, -1 dBFS output, 22 kHz measurement bandwidth
Digital Input to Analog Output:
<0.004%, 20 Hz to 20 kHz ,-1 dBFS input, +23 dBu output, 22 kHz measurement bandwidth
Isolation
Program-to-Program or Program-to-Utility:
>88 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz A Input to B Input, B Input to A Input, >100 dB
Stereo Separation
Analog Program Outputs:
>88 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
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Millenium Digital Consoles Parts Ordering
Digital Consoles
Model RS-6D5P
6 Channel Digital Console with 5 Pin I/O connectors Model RS-6DRJ
6 Channel Digital Console with RJ-45 I/O connectors Model RS-12D5P
12 Channel Digital Console with 5 Pin I/O connectors Model RS-12DRJ
12 Channel Digital Console with RJ-45 I/O connectors Model RS-18D5P
18 Channel Digital Console with 5 Pin I/O connectors Model RS-18DRJ
18 Channel Digital Console with RJ-45 I/O connectors Digital Console Accessories
RS-6d 6 Channel Console
RS-12d 12 Channel Console
RS-18d 18 Channel Console Copy Stand Spare Power Supply StudioHub+ Harness
Copy Stand Spare Power Supply StudioHub+ Harness
Copy Stand Spare Power Supply StudioHub+ Harness
Part #
RS-6D5P
RS-6DRJ
RS-12D5P
RS-12DRJ
RS-18D5P
RS-18DRJ
COPY-6D
PS-CONSOLE
Call
COPY-18D
PS-CONSOLE
Call
COPY-18D
PS-CONSOLE
Call
System Options
Hot Standby Power Supply
Enhanced Interface Card
Four Source Switcher Card
Intercom Card
Intercom Speaker
DA Card
Penny & Giles Fader Option
Accessory Relay - Mechanical
Accessory Relay - Electrical
Blue
Colored Fader Knobs
White
Red
L. Blue
Grey
PS-DIGITALHS
REMOTE
ROUTER
INTERCOM
7696
DA-MIXER
P&G
4PDT
SPDT
11203
11167
11166
14735
14734
Replacement Parts
Auxiliary Meter Spare Semiconductor Parts Kit
Discount Spare Parts Kit #1
Discount Spare Parts Kit #2
Front Panel Control Board Front Panel Monitor Board
5-pin version
Input Mother Board
RJ-45 version
15258
15325
15326
15327
10887
10882
14904
14905
Digital Input Plug-in Card
Analog Input Plug-in Card
5-pin version
Analog Output Board
RJ-45 version
Digital Output Board
5-pin version
RJ-45 version
Linear Fader
Rotary Pot Assembly
On/Off Rubber Keypad
Input/Bus Select Keypad
Monitor Select Keypad
Cue Speaker Assembly
Headphone Jack Assembly Remote Extender Cable
15304
15303
14800
15328
15305
15306
10898
11025
15273
15272
15274
7563
7548
15330
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Millenium Consoles - Warranty and Repair Policies Warranty
Radio Systems, Inc., warrants this equipment to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of two
(2) years for all electronic parts and subassemblies and a period of one (1) year for all mechanical parts such as faders and meters..
This warranty extends to first users of the product and future owners who purchase the product within the warranty period.
The terms of this warranty are null and void if this product is stored or operated in an environment not conducive to
electronic equipment, or shows signs of misuse or modifications which affect the proper functioning of the product.
This warranty does not apply to damage caused by fire, smoke, flood, lightning, or acts of nature and physical abuse.
Radio Systems, Inc., and its associated companies, authorized distributors, and personnel are not liable for loss of
revenues or other damages, or effects to the broadcast signal quality or coverage which may result from the from the
improper functioning of this product.
Repair Policy
Technical assistance is available at any time, at no charge, by phone or correspondence.
During the warranty period, there will be no charge for parts or service made to units which show no sign of misuse by
customer or lightning caused damage. The customer is responsible for the cost of shipping their unit back to Radio
Systems for repair.
During the warranty period, shipment of small parts and assemblies will be made at no charge to the user. Emergency,
next day shipments of replacement parts and circuits will also be made at no charge at the user’s request . Chargeable services will be made COD or on Net-30 day terms to users with established accounts.
During the warranty period, users must return defective parts upon request to receive no-charge warranty services.
Return shipping expenses are the responsibility of the user.
Return Instructions
Contact Radio Systems for a return authorization number.
Pack all items carefully and ship prepaid, via UPS insured, to:
Radio Systems, Inc.
Attn: R.A. # __________
601 Heron Drive
Logan Twp., NJ 08085
Enclose a note which includes your name, company, phone number, the serial number, return address (no box numbers), and a complete description of the problem.
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Millenium - Digital Console Software
Overview
Install the Millenium control software in your PC by inserting the CD and clicking on the “INSTALL” icon. Use the included RS-232 D to RJ-45 adapter (RS part # 15329) and CAT-5 patch cord to connect the com port of your PC to the
Main RS-232 connector located on the RJ-45 jack on the digital output board.
Multiple Console Connection
Note that the Millenium-D serial line uses the RS-232 multi-drop protocol, allowing one serial line to be connected
in parallel to multiple Millenium-D consoles. Each console must be set with a unique ID #. The last (or only) console
should have the serial port terminated. Consult the “Communications” software page in this section of the manual for
more information.
Establish Communication
On the “Select Console” pull-down menu, select “console 1.”
When communication is established, the top menu bar will immediately display the console number.
If no console number is displayed, check that you have selected com port #1 via your PC set-up, check that RS-232
wiring is accurate, or check the console ID. Consult the “Select Console” software page in this section of the manual for
more information.
Channel Settings
Use this menu to set channel “Cue Exclusive” functions and input and pre-fader levels.
Consult the “Channel Settings” software page in this section of the manual for more information.
Output Level
Use this menu to set analog and digital Program and Utility bus output levels.
Consult the “Output Level” software page in this section of the manual for more information.
Utility Buses
Use this menu to set analog the 10 utility buses main and alternate mix configurations
Consult the “Utility Buses” software page in this section of the manual for more information.
8 Position Switches
Use this menu to program the function of the 8 position switcher on the console front panel.
Consult the example pages which follow this page for suggested applications and the “8 Position Switches” software
page in this section of the manual for more information.
Communications / Serial COM Port / Help Screens
Use these final 3 menus to set com port ID’s, factory defaults and obtain help information. Consult the “Communications,” “Serial COM Port,” and “Help Screens” software pages in this section of the manual for more information.
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Utility Bus (mix-minus) - typical use setup illustrations
Creating mix-minus and additional stereo bus (DA) feeds from utility buses
#1 Main Utility Bus Setup Screen - Example #1 - Creating a “standard” mix-minus bus
To use as a “standard” mix-minus bus (e.g. hybrid or CODEC):
For this application, set all channels EXCEPT the two-way device’s channel being fed this mix-minus (in this illustration
Channel 10) - for A (or B) input / post on/off / post fader / program only.
#1 Main Utility Bus Setup Screen - Example #2 - Creating an additional stereo output bus
To use to create an additional output bus (distribution amplifier):
For this application, set all channels for A and B inputs / left channel / post on/off / post fader. Select the output bus (in
this illustration, program is selected) for which you want to create an additional output. NOTE: Number 6 main utility
bus setup screen must then be programmed identically, EXCEPT that the right channels must be checked to create a
right channel program output.
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Utility Bus (mix-minus) - typical use setup illustrations
Creating an alternate offline feed from utility buses (program both screens below)
#1 Alternate Utility Bus Setup Screen - Example #3 - Creating an offline (secondary) feed
#1 Main/Alternate Utility Bus Selection Screen - Example #3 - Creating an offline (secondary) feed
Use to create an “offline mix” to send DJ mic to caller when channel is placed in cue
For this application, create an alternate mix-minus screen for the mix-minus channel being fed the caller (in this illustration utility bus 1) with the DJ mic channel (in this illustration channel 1) set for A and B input / pre on/off / pre fader / all
buses allowed(ie. always on).
Then, per the illustration above, set the main alt switching screen to select the alternate (DJ mic) feed when the caller
channel (in this illustation channel 10) is placed in cue. Note, the channel on/off button or one of the eight position
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Utility Bus (mix-minus) - typical use setup illustrations
Utilitzing utility buses for intercom feeds from utility buses
#1 Alternate Utility Bus Setup Screen - Example #4 - Creating an intercom feed
#1 Main/Alternate Utility Bus Selection Screen - Example #4 - Creating an intercom feed
#1 8 Position Switch Selection Screen - Example #4 - Creating an intercom feed
Use to create up to eight intercom or line level selectable feeds:
For this application create an alternate mix-minus screen with the DJ mic channel (in this illustration channel 1) set for A
and B input / pre on/off / pre fader / all buses allowed (ie. always on).
Then, per the second illustration above, set the main alt switching screen to select the alternate utility bus 1 (DJ mic
always on) feed when switch #1 on the eight position switcher is pressed.
Then, per the third illustration above, program the eight position switches for momentary operation. Note that the
switches can also be set for push on and push off in an exclusive, or non-exclusive mode as preferred for a specific
application.
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Select Console
This pull-down menu contains item selections which provide:
1 - Console ID# selection
2 - Console not found error message.
Screen #1 Select Console I.D.
Select the console number that you wish to
communicate with.
Console is shipped from factory with default I.D. #1.
Screen #2 Selected Console Not Found
Error message reports if the selected console I.D. is not found on the RS-232 communications buses. To identify a
console on the bus, push and hold both the “7” and “8” buttons on the front panel selector for 5 seconds. The console
will report its I.D select screen.
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Channel Settings
This pull-down menu contains item selections which provide input channel operational and level settings, each selective on a channel-by-channel and/or input-byinput basis:
1- Programming of the “cue exclusive” mode”
2- Input A & B level trim selection
3- Pre-fader level set selection
Screen #1 Cue Exclusive
Select any input where it is desired that when the front-panel cue switch is depressed, all other main outputs (PGM,
AUD, TEL) will be automatically muted.
Note, front panel bus selection lamps are not effected when in cue mode. Inputs will return to the buses selected when
the cue mode is exited.
Screen #2 Input A Level Trims
Trim input levels in .1 db steps to a maximum of 12.5 db level boost or 12.5 dB level
attenuation.
Trims should be set to match nominal operating levels (i.e.. so that all inputs present
at 0VU when the input fader is at odB (bold
line set.)
Screen #3 Input B Level Trims
The next menu option is an identical screen
for all “B” input level trims.
Screen #4 Pre-Fader Level Set
Select the output level for the pre-fader output buses. These buses are then available
as utility busses as selected and routed on
the “Utility Bus” menus.
Note - output levels may be trimmed from
+15 db to off.
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Output Level
This pull-down menu contains item selections which
provide output level bus settings including:
1 - Output level set selection
Screen #1 Output Level Set
Select the output level for all digital output buses.
Note - output levels may be trimmed to a maximum of +4db level boost or infinite dB level attenuation. Levels are factory default set to +4dbu out (with input levels of 0dB.)
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Utility Buses
This pull-down menu contains item selections which provide Utility
Bus routing settings including:
1- 10 Main Utility bus routing screens
2- 10 Alternate Utility bus routing screens
3- 1 Main / Alternate Utility Bus switching screen
Each of the 10 Utility bus provide a Main and Alternate set up
screen to configure what channel audio will mix to comprise that
Utility bus. Additionally, a Main / Alternate switching screen is
provided to select when the Main or Alternate selections are active
for each bus.
Screen #1-10
Main Utility Bus Routing
Select witch input signals feed the Utility bus screen
shown. Options for each input channel selected include:
Pre or post fader Pre or post on/off switch
A & B inputs
Left & Right channels.
Bus Selected
Screen #11-21
Alternate Utility Bus Routing
When an alternate (second) mix for a Utility bus is
required, configure this buse’s alternate mix on the
corresponding alternate Utility bus screen. Options for
each input channel are identical to the main utility bus
screen. Main / Alternate utility buses are automatically
voted based on paramaters selected on menu option #22
below.
Note- When programming stereo pairs (for either analog
or digital outputs) group as follows:
Out 1 - Channels 1&6
Out 2 - Channels 2&7
Out 3 - Channels 3&8
Out 4 - Channels 4&9
Out 5 - Channels 5&10
Screen #22
Main/Alternative Utility Bus Select
For each Utility Buss a trigger can be established to activate
either a Main or Alternate buss configuration. Triggers include:
8 position front-panel switcher
Cue channel switching
Same channel on/off buttons
Other channel on/off buttons
Note 1 - If no trigger options are selected for a particular Utility
Bus, that bus will remain constantly in the “Main” Utility bus mix
selection.
Note 2 - Reentering and changing the “8 position selector
switch” menu will require that all Main / Alternate Utility bus
selections be reselected.
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8 Position Switches
This pull-down menu contains item selections which
configure the operation of the 8 front panel selector
switches. Menus include:
1- 8 position switch interlock modes
2- Configuration change warning screen
Screen #1 Eight Position Switch Setup
Select the operational mode for the front-panel
8-position switcher.
Note - this switcher may be assigned to control:
Utility buss switching (see “Utility busses menus)
4-source router cards (optional boards required)
4sqwack box cards (optional boards required)
Screen #3 Eight Position Switch Setup Warning
Alert screen which appears after every selection
change to the Eight Position Switch Set-Up screen
to advise that the Utility buss switching set-up has
been cancelled and must be re-set. This is done as
a precaution since some main / alt buss switching relies on the operating mode of the 8-position
switcher.
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Communications
This pull-down menu contains item
selections which configure PC
communications with the console
including:
1- Select console ID#
2- Console serial port termination
3- Factory presets proceed message
4- Factory presets restore (selective)
Screen #1 Change Console ID
Screen #2 Serial Port Termination
Select a unique console ID.
Electronically terminate the last (or only) console serial
port in the serial port chain.
Default factory ID is 1.
Multiple consoles should be numbered sequentially.
Note - Default is main serial port terminated.
This option allows a single PC to be serially connected to multiple Millenium-D consoles and is
only valid / required in a multi Millenium-D console
installation.
Screen #4 Return to Factory Presets (Selective)
Selectable select any group of presets to be reset to factory default settings.
Screen #3 Factory Presets Proceed
Caution screen to proceed to Factory Presets screen
Note 1 - All screens pictured in the software description
section are shown in default modes.
Note 2 - If no boxes are checked, “proceed” button will
have no effect on software selections.
Note 3 - When the “proceed” button is pressed, it will
change to “wait,” and then revert again to “proceed” once
all changes are saved.
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Serial Communication Port
This pull-down menu contains item
selections that set the PC COM Port incluing:
1- Serial COM Port set
2- Serial COM port error message
Screen #1 COM Port Selection
Select the PC COM port you are using to
communicate with the console
Note - Defualt is PC COM port #1
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Help Screens
This pull-down menu contains help
and informational screens including:
1 - “Help About” software version information
2 - Help messages
Screen #1 About Millenium D
Select to view software version information.
Automatically updated when new software revisions are installed.
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