Euphonix 840-07591-04 Music Mixer User Manual

Euphonix System
Installation Guide
Document Revision: 2.4
Part Number: 840-07591-04
Release Date: September, 2003
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Euphonix System 5 Installation Guide
Table of Contents
List of Figures .........................................................................................................................v
List of Tables ........................................................................................................................ vii
Chapter 1: System 5 Overview ....................................................................................9
Introduction to System 5 .......................................................................................9
Digital Signal Processing (DSP) ...............................................................9
The System 5 Console ..............................................................................9
Analog and Digital I/O............................................................................10
Mic inputs ...............................................................................................11
Monitoring ..............................................................................................11
Power ......................................................................................................11
Digital Sync ............................................................................................11
System Control Connections...............................................................................12
Estimating System Requirements .......................................................................14
Number of DF64 Digital Frames ............................................................14
Number of CM408 Eight-channel Sections ............................................14
I/O Specification .....................................................................................15
Chapter 2: Interconnecting System Components ..........................................17
Component Specifications ..................................................................................17
Typical Room and Equipment Layout for System 5 ..........................................20
Typical Console Layout ......................................................................................20
Console Dimensions ...........................................................................................21
Suggested Rack Elevations .................................................................................23
Audio Hookup.....................................................................................................25
Synchronization Hookup ....................................................................................26
MADI Hookup ....................................................................................................27
Control Hookup ..................................................................................................31
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Chapter 3: System 5 Components ..........................................................................33
DF64 Digital Frame ............................................................................................33
FC631 Frame Controller .........................................................................35
MM641 MADI Interface Card................................................................35
SP661 Signal Processor ..........................................................................35
System 5 Console................................................................................................35
SC261 System Computer ....................................................................................37
PC253d Digital Pilot Computer ..........................................................................38
PC253i Interface Computer ................................................................................39
MC524 Monitor Interface ...................................................................................40
Input/Output Connections .......................................................................41
ML530 Mic/Line Interface .................................................................................46
SH612 Studio Hub ..............................................................................................48
AM713 Analog to MADI Converter...................................................................49
Front Panel ..............................................................................................49
Rear Panel ...............................................................................................50
MA703 MADI to Analog Converter...................................................................52
Front Panel ..............................................................................................52
Rear Panel ...............................................................................................53
DM714 AES/EBU to MADI Converter..............................................................55
Front Panel ..............................................................................................55
Rear Panel ...............................................................................................56
MD704 MADI to AES/EBU Converter..............................................................58
Front Panel ..............................................................................................58
Rear Panel ...............................................................................................59
FC727/726 Format Converter .............................................................................61
GP132 .................................................................................................................68
Input and Output Connections ................................................................68
Connector Pinouts (DB-25 RT1–RT4) ...................................................69
TT007..................................................................................................................70
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List of Figures
2-1
Typical Room and Equipment Layout for System 5 ........................................................20
2-2
System 5 Console ..............................................................................................................20
2-3
Console Dimensions - Top ...............................................................................................21
2-4
Console Dimensions - Side ...............................................................................................21
2-5
CM40x Module Dimensions .............................................................................................22
2-6
One- and Two-frame Systems ..........................................................................................23
2-7
Three-frame System ..........................................................................................................24
2-8
Four-frame System ...........................................................................................................24
2-9
Audio Hookup ...................................................................................................................25
2-10
Synchronization Hookup ..................................................................................................26
2-11
MADI hookup: one DF64 core, 10 or 11 DSP cards, one SH612 ....................................27
2-12
MADI hookup for two DF64 cores and one SH612 Studio Hub ......................................28
2-13
MADI hookup for three DF64 cores and two SH612 Studio Hubs ..................................29
2-14
MADI hookup for four DF64 cores and two SH612 Studio Hubs ...................................30
2-15
Control Hookup ................................................................................................................31
3-1
DF64 Digital Frame Front and Rear Panels ......................................................................33
3-2
FC631, MM641, and SP661 Cards ...................................................................................34
3-3
CM401 Expansion Port: DB-25 Female pinout ................................................................36
3-4
Typical Talkback Wiring ..................................................................................................36
3-5
SC261 Front and Rear Panels ...........................................................................................37
3-6
PC253d Front and Rear Panels .........................................................................................38
3-7
PC253i Front and Rear Panels ..........................................................................................39
3-8
MC524 Front and Rear Panels ..........................................................................................40
3-9
Elco 38 Connector ............................................................................................................41
3-10
Elco 90 Connector ............................................................................................................42
3-11
Elco 90 Connector ............................................................................................................43
3-12
Elco 90 Connector ............................................................................................................44
3-13
DB-25 Connector ..............................................................................................................45
3-14
ML530 Front and Rear Panels ..........................................................................................46
3-15
ML530 In 1/In 2 Pinout: Elco 38 Socket ..........................................................................47
3-16
ML530 Out 1/Out 2 Pinout: Elco 38 Socket .....................................................................47
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3-17
SH612 Studio Hub ............................................................................................................48
3-18
AM713 Front Panel ..........................................................................................................49
3-19
AM713 Rear Panel ............................................................................................................50
3-20
MA703 Front Panel ..........................................................................................................52
3-21
MA703 Rear Panel ............................................................................................................53
3-22
DM714 Front Panel ..........................................................................................................55
3-23
DM714 Rear Panel ............................................................................................................56
3-24
DM714 Parallel AES/EBU Digital Inputs: Female DB-25 ..............................................57
3-25
MD704 Front Panel ..........................................................................................................58
3-26
MD704 Rear Panel ............................................................................................................59
3-27
DM704 Parallel AES/EBU Digital Outputs: Female DB-25 ............................................60
3-28
FC727/726 Front and Rear Panels ....................................................................................61
3-29
GP132 Front and Rear Panels ...........................................................................................68
3-30
GP132 Input and Output Connections ..............................................................................68
3-31
TT007 front and rear panels ..............................................................................................70
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List of Tables
1-1
DF64 Requirements ...................................................................................................... 14
1-2
Summary of System 5 Components ............................................................................... 16
2-1
System 5 Components: Dimensions, Power Consumption, Heat Dissipation ............... 17
2-2
Fuse Ratings for System 5 Components ........................................................................ 19
3-1
Switch Functions ........................................................................................................... 36
3-2
In 1 Elco 38 Pinout ........................................................................................................ 41
3-3
In 2 Elco 90 Pinout ........................................................................................................ 42
3-4
Out 1 Elco 90 Pinout ...................................................................................................... 43
3-5
Out 2 Elco 90 Pinout ...................................................................................................... 44
3-6
Out 3 DB-25 Pinout ....................................................................................................... 45
3-7
AES/EBU DB-25 Pinout ............................................................................................... 63
3-8
Common DB-50 Connector Pinout and Usage With Third-party Devices ................... 64
3-9
FC727 TDIF Cable Wiring Specification ...................................................................... 65
3-10 FC727 Pro Tools Cable Wiring Specification .............................................................. 66
3-11 FC727 SDIF Cable Wiring Specification ...................................................................... 67
3-12 GP132 Outputs ............................................................................................................... 69
3-13 GP132 Inputs ................................................................................................................. 69
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Chapter 1: System 5 Overview
This chapter explains the basic elements of any digital audio mixing system and introduces
the components of System 5. It concludes with a section explaining how to estimate your
system’s requirements.
Chapter 2: Interconnecting System Components illustrates how to connect the components,
where to locate them, and lists technical information about the components.
Chapter 3: System 5 Components presents relevant details about each component’s
connectors and cables.
Introduction to System 5
Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
The DF64 Digital Frame is a rack-mounted unit that performs all audio processing in
System 5: dynamics and EQ, mix buses, record buses, aux sends, and monitor buses. Up to
four DF64s can be specified in a single system and their DSP can be allocated, using factory-supplied Mixer Model files, to provide different numbers of buses and channels for
each project. The number of DF64s required in a system depends on the number of logical
channels desired: a mono input uses one logical channel, a stereo input uses two, and a 7.1
input uses eight.
The System 5 Console
The System 5 console must contain the CM401 and CM402 center section modules and a
variable number of CM408 Eight-channel Modules, each providing eight physical faders.
Several optional sections can be included:
•
CM403: Houses the dual joystick panner and film monitor panel;
•
CM409F: Blank section the size of a CM408;
Facilities often install a larger console frame than is initially filled with modules
and panels. This can be due to plans for future expansion or to fulfill physical
requirements for console access. The blank sections merely fill in the space to
avoid having a hole across part of the console width;
•
CM409H: Half-width blank section;
•
CM409HTP: Half-width section that contains a trackball panner
The following sections discuss important concepts necessary to specify a console layout.
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Inputs
System 5 inputs may be mono, stereo, or any format up to 7.1, which means that a single
input may use one to eight logical channels.
Physical Faders
Each CM408 Eight-channel Module contains eight physical faders. Each fader can control
two inputs using a Swap button that switches the fader between the Swap and Main inputs.
Layouts
Inputs are assigned to physical faders by using Layouts. Numerous Layouts can be easily
stored and recalled to remap the console surface. To understand Layouts, consider the following examples:
•
A console fitted with one CM408 has eight physical faders that can control up
to 16 inputs (Swap and Main per input). One Layout can assign 16 stereo inputs
to the faders for a total of 32 logical channels.
•
Another Layout for the same system with eight faders can assign 7.1 inputs to
the Main and Swap layers. This yields 16 inputs each with eight channels for a
total of 128 logical channels.
•
To make the situation even more interesting, these two examples can be combined!
Assuming the DSP processing is available in the DF64s, the first 32-channel
Layout can be assigned and left connected to the mix buses while the second
Layout is recalled. If none of the channels between the Layouts are the same,
there are now 160 logical channels feeding the mix buses at the same time, although they cannot be controlled simultaneously from the console surface.
Layouts may also be used to place the inputs most often used on the top fader layer, or inputs that should be grouped together (i.e., drums).
Analog and Digital I/O
All audio signals are converted to and from the MADI format through analog and digital
converters. All MADI devices are connected to the SH612 Studio Hub which is connected
to the DF64 Digital Frames. A system may have one or two SH612s:
•
one SH612: connect up to six output and eight input devices.
•
two SH612s: connect up to 12 input devices to one and up to 12 output devices
to the second.
Analog I/O
All analog I/O is converted between analog and MADI formats via the AM713 Analog to
MADI Converter, and the MA703 MADI to Analog Converter. Each unit’s main I/O handles
24 signals and also contains an auxiliary stereo analog input or output, and an auxiliary stereo
digital input or output (AES/EBU and S/PDIF).
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Digital I/O
All digital I/O is converted to and from MADI format via the DM714 AES/EBU to MADI
Converter, and the MD704 MADI to AES/EBU Converter. Each unit’s main I/O handles
24 signals (12 AES/EBU pairs) and also contains an auxiliary stereo analog input or output,
and an auxiliary stereo digital input or output (AES/EBU and S/PDIF). All digital inputs
have built in Sample Rate Converters.
Format Conversion
The FC727 is a bidirectional device with 56 channels of sample-rate-converted I/O. All inputs
and outputs are converted to and from MADI which are connected to the connected to the
MADI I/O on the DF64 MADI card or through the optional SH612 Studio Hub. In addition
to AES/EBU I/O, the FC727 allows direct connection to several third-party digital formats. Formats supported by the unit are TDIF, ProDigi, SDIF-2, ADAT Optical, and Pro
Tools. AES/EBU outputs are always active even when using third-party formats.
Mic inputs
Mic inputs are handled by the ML530 Mic/Line Interfaces. Each unit contains 24 remote
control mic preamps. Each ML530 is connected to a dedicated AM713 Analog to MADI
Converter. Up to five ML530s may be deployed in a system.
Monitoring
Monitoring is handled by the MC524 Monitor Interface. This unit provides Main (7.1), Alt
1 (5.1), and Alt 2 (stereo) control room monitoring, SLS (7.1), and Cues 1–3 (each stereo)
studio monitoring, 2 talkback preamps, and 4 listen mic preamps. The MC524 is connected
to a dedicated MA703 MADI to Analog Converter.
Power
Some of the System 5 console components have dual power entry connectors for redundant
power supplies. We recommend deriving the two power supplies from different sources to
maximize the failsafe capabilities of the system. The best case is to connect one power supply to a UPS (Uninturuptable Power Supply) and the other to a clean technical power
source. If a UPS is not used, the power supplies should be connected to seperately protected
clean technical power circuits.
Digital Sync
A high quality digital sync source is required for the System 5 console. Some facilities may
already have a digital master clock or house reference in place but others may require one.
Euphonix has tested several digital sync generators and distribution amplifiers and can supply
these devices with the console. Contact a Euphonix sales representative for further information.
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We recommend following these guidelines:
•
It is important to minimize the timing differences between signal paths to avoid
cumulative timing errors. It is good system engineering practice to send sync
signals to all system components from one source.
•
Sync signals should not be looped and each distribution amplifier should be fed
directly from the master clock source.
Drawings in this installation guide show the use of Word Clock. The user may
use either AES/EBU sync or Word Clock.
•
NOTE: The SH612’s sync connections are designed to be used for in-house factory
testing and should not be used in the final installation.
System Control Connections
Ethernet
Several intelligent system components are connected via RJ45 ethernet through a EuCon
ethernet hub. These devices include:
•
SC261 System Computer
•
PC253d Digital Pilot Computers
•
PC253i Interface Computer
•
CM408 Eight-channel Modules
•
CM401 Master Fader Module (console center section)
•
CM402 Expanded Channel Module (console center section)
•
CM403 Film and Joystick Panels
Monitor, Trackball, and Keyboard
The SC261 System Computer provides master control for the entire system. A monitor,
trackball, and keyboard located in the control room connect to this computer and control
mixing, routing, and file management. A KVM Extender is typically used which routes
these signals from the machine room to the control room through a single multipair cable
built into the console ethernet harness.
Firewire
Each DF64 Digital Frame requires an PC253d Digital Pilot computer. These computers require no user interaction and configure the individual DF64s on startup. Each are connected
to their respective DF64s via firewire.
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TCC Control
The PC253i Interface computer also requires no user interaction. It connects to the MC524
Monitor Interface and up to seven ML530 Mic/Line Interfaces via TCC connection.
Machine Control
The TT007 provides machine control of three serial 9-pin devices, MTC, and LTC. The
TT007 connects via MIDI in and out to a MOTU MIDI I/F. This interface is connected to
the PC253i Interface Computer, MMC, LYNX Net, and ESBus via the parallel port.
GPIO Control
The GP132 provides GPIO control for the system. The GP132 connects via MIDI in and
out to a MIDI Interface (supplied). This interface is connected to the PC253i Interface
Computer via the parallel port.
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Estimating System Requirements
This section helps estimate the system requirements for a particular installation. Contact a
Euphonix representative for an exact specification. Use following categories to determine
the System 5 components necessary for your studio. Most of the studio details considered
here are relevant to any digital mixing system.
Number of DF64 Digital Frames
Some examples of Mixer Models and their relationship to the number of DF64s are shown
below.
Table 1-1 DF64 Requirements
Number
of DF64s
Sample
Rate
Logical
Channels
1
48 kHz
58
1
48 kHz
1
Record
Buses
Mix
Buses
Aux
Sends
48
8
12
70
24
12
16
48 kHz
46
32
32
8
2
48 kHz
154
24
12
8
2
48 kHz
94
48
8
12
2
96 kHz
64
24
12
8
3
48 kHz
166
48
16
12
3
48 kHz
166
24
24
12
3
96 kHz
94
12
48
16
4
48 kHz
226
24
32
24
4
48 kHz
112
48
12
12
4
96 kHz
136
24
12
8
NOTE: Table 1-1 refers to logical audio channels not inputs. See Inputs on page 10
to see how to count logical channels based on the number and type of inputs.
Number of CM408 Eight-channel Sections
One application may require a small, powerful console to control many inputs from a small
number of faders. Other applications may trade console size for the power of accessing
each input quickly without having to swap the fader or recall a Layout. Specify enough
physical faders to conveniently control the required number of inputs.
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I/O Specification
When considering I/O requirements, count the number of analog and AES/EBU inputs and
outputs required to hook up all equipment and auxiliary panels for extra equipment. Do not
specify I/O from the console perspective. For example, it is not efficient to specify one analog input and one analog output to be used as an insert point for each channel input. For
microphone preamps, count the maximum number of preamps required including extras
rather than one preamp for every channel.
Number of ML530 Mic-Line Interfaces
Each ML530 contains 24 remote-controlled microphone preamps. Note that each ML530
requires one dedicated AM713 Analog to MADI Converter.
Total = (Microphone Preamps required / 24)
Number of AM713 Analog to MADI Converters
Each AM713 contains 24 analog to MADI converters (equipment outputs).
Total = (Analog inputs required / 24) + (1 per ML530)
Number of MA703 MADI to Analog Converters
Each MA703 contains 24 MADI to analog converters (equipment inputs).
Total = (Analog outputs required / 24) + (1 for MC524)
Number of DM714 AES/EBU to MADI Converters
Each DM703 contains 24 (12 pairs) AES/EBU to MADI converters (equipment outputs).
Total = (AES/EBU inputs required / 24)
Number of MD704 MADI to AES/EBU Converters
Each MD704 contains 24 MADI to AES/EBU converters (equipment inputs).
Total = (AES/EBU outputs required / 24)
Number of FC727 Format Converters
Each FC727 is a bidirectional device that contains 56 sample-rate selectable AES/EBU inputs and outputs (112 signals). It also enables format conversion of 56 third-party format
digital channels.
Total = (Format-converted Inputs or Outputs / 56)
The following chart summarizes this section:
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Table 1-2 Summary of System 5 Components
Component
CM401
Master Module
CM402 Expanded
Channel Module
CM403 Powered
Console Module
CM408
8-channel Module
CM409HTP Track
Panner Module
Function
Number
Notes
These two modules make up the center section
of the S5 console.
1 of each
required
Ethernet devices. CM401 includes a
TB Mic and expansion port for TB
external switches wiring.
Allows installation of joystick panner panel and
film monitor panel.
optional
Ethernet device
Contains 8 physical faders that control two layers of 8 inputs.
1 required
Ethernet device
Half-width console section with trackball panner.
optional
Serial device
PC253i
Interface Computer
Computer for MC524, ML530 and MIDI I/F
1 required
Ethernet device. Connects to MC524
and up to 7 ML530s via TCC.
Connects to MIDI I/F via parallel port.
Connects to SH612(s) via serial port.
PC253d
Digital Pilot
Configures DF64
1 required for
each DF64
Ethernet device. Connects to DF64
via firewire.
TT007
Machine control Interface; Synchronizer
1 required
Requires video sync and MIDI connection to MIDI Express..
GP132
Input/Output and
Relay System
Provides up to 32 input/output relay closures
Optional
(4 max)
MIDI device connects to MIDI
Express.
MIDI Express XT
MIDI communication between console and
GP132/TT007
1 required
Analog monitor output controller
1 required
TCC connection to Inteface Pilot.
1 MA703 is required (standard).
24 remote-control mic preamps
7 max
1 AM713 is required per ML530
Master system computer
1 required
Ethernet device. Connects to control
room display monitor, keyboard, and
trackball.
Performs all system DSP
1 required
(4 max)
The DF64 comes with its own
PC253d Digital Pilot.
MADI routing hub
1 required
(2 max)
Requires digital sync reference.
Connects to PC253i via control port.
Provides 24 Analog to MADI Converters, Stereo Aux Digital Input (AES/EBU or S/PDIF available), and Aux Stereo Analog Input.
1 required for
each ML530
specified.
Requires digital sync reference.
Provides 24 MADI to Analog Converters, Stereo Aux Digital Output (AES/EBU or S/PDIF
available), and Aux Stereo Analog Output.
1 required for
the MC524.
Requires digital sync reference.
Provides 24 AES/EBU to MADI Converters,
Stereo Aux Digital Input (AES/EBU or S/PDIF
available), and Aux Stereo Analog Input.
Optional
Requires digital sync reference.
Provides 24 MADI to AES/EBU Converters,
Stereo Aux Digital Output (AES/EBU or S/PDIF
available), and Aux Stereo Analog Output.
Optional
Requires digital sync reference.
FC727
Digital Format
Converter
Provides 56 channels of format converted inputs
and outputs (112 channels total). Supports
MADI, AES/EBU, T-DIF, ADAT Optical, Protools, S-DIF2, ProDigi.
Optional
Requires digital sync reference.
FC726
Digital Format
Converter
Provides 56 channels of format converted inputs
and outputs (112 channels total). Supports
MADI, AES/EBU, T-DIF, ADAT Optical, S-DIF2,
ProDigi.
Optional
Requires digital sync reference.
MC524
Monitor Interface
ML530
Mic/Line Interface
SC261
System Computer
DF64
Digital Frame
SH612
Studio Hub
AM713
Analog to MADI
Converter
MA703
MADI to Analog
Converter
DM714
AES/EBU to MADI
Converter
MD704
MADI to AES/EBU
Converter
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Chapter 2: Interconnecting System
Components
This chapter summarizes technical information for System 5’s components, including size,
weight, power consumption, cooling, and fuse requirements and shows their interconnections.
To plan an installation, examine Figure 2-1 to learn about suggested equipment locations.
The Sync, MADI, and Control hookup diagrams (Figure 2-10 through Figure 2-13) all
show maximum cable distances.
Component Specifications
Table 2-1 System 5 Components: Dimensions, Power Consumption, Heat Dissipation
Component
Height
Width
Depth
Weight
Power
Consumption
Heat
Dissipation
CM401
13.25”
34 cm
12”
30 cm
33.5"
84 cm
35 lb
16 kg
120 W
410 BTU/hr
CM402
13.25”
34 cm
12”
30 cm
33.5"
84 cm
35 lb
16 kg
120 W
410 BTU/hr
CM403
13.25”
34 cm
12”
30 cm
33.5"
84 cm
35 lb
16 kg
120 W
410 BTU/hr
CM408
13.25”
34 cm
12”
30 cm
33.5"
84 cm
35 lb
16 kg
120 W
410 BTU/hr
CM409F
13.25”
34 cm
12”
30 cm
33.5"
84 cm
16 lb
7 kg
NA
NA
CM409H
13.25”
34 cm
6”
15 cm
33.5"
84 cm
9 lb
4 kg
NA
NA
CM409HTP
13.25”
34 cm
6”
15 cm
33.5"
84 cm
10 lb
4.5 kg
NA
NA
CM424
Producer’s Module
with Writing Surface
13.25”
34 cm
24”
60 cm
33.5"
84 cm
35 lb
16 kg
NA
NA
Console Frame
6 ft
39.5”
1m
6’10”
2.08 m
41”
1.04 m
245 lb
111 kg
NA
NA
Console Frame
9 ft
39.5”
1m
9’10”
3m
41”
1.04 m
300 lb
136 kg
NA
NA
Console Frame
12 ft
39.5”
1m
12’10”
3.9 m
41”
1.04 m
380 lb
172 kg
NA
NA
MC524
Monitor Interface
3.5”
89 mm
2RU
17”/432 mm
(19”/483 mm
faceplate)
18.5”
470 mm
17 lb
7.7 kg
70 W
17
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ML530
Mic/Line Interface
3.5”
89 mm
2RU
17”/432 mm
(19”/483 mm
faceplate)
18.5”
470 mm
17 lb
7.7 kg
100 W
345 BTU/hr
SC261
System Computer
3.5”
89 mm
2RU
17”/432 mm
(19”/483 mm
faceplate)
22”
560 mm
23 lb
10.5 kg
200 W
685 BTU/hr
PC253i
Digital Pilot
3.5”
89 mm
2RU
17”/432 mm
(19”/483 mm
faceplate)
18.5”
470 mm
23 lb
10.5 kg
200 W
685 BTU/hr
PC253d
Digital Pilot
3.5”
89 mm
2RU
17”432 mm
(19”/483 mm
faceplate)
18.5”
470 mm
23 lb
10.5 kg
200 W
685 BTU/hr
DF64
Digital Frame
15.75”
400 mm
19”
483 mm
17.3”
440 mm
≅80 lb
36.4 kg
300 W
1025 BTU/hr
SH612
Studio Hub
3.5”
89 mm
2RU
17”432 mm
(19”/483 mm
faceplate)
18.5”
470 mm
12 lb
7.7 kg
100 W
345BTU/hr
TT007
Machine Control
Interface
1.75”
44.5 mm
1RU
19”
483 mm
12”
305 mm
4 lb
1.8 kg
15 W
NA
GP132
General Purpose
Input/Output and
Relay System
1.75”
44.5 mm
1RU
19”
483 mm
6.4”
163 mm
3.5 lb
1.6 kg
15 W
NA
MIDI Express XT
MIDI Communication
1.75”
44.5 mm
1RU
19”
483 mm
5.5”
140 mm
3 lb
1.4 kg
10 W
NA
AM713
Analog to MADI Converter
3.5”
89 mm
2RU
17”/432 mm
(19”/483 mm
faceplate)
18.5”
470 mm
17 lb
7.7 kg
50 W
175 BTU/hr
MA703
MADI to Analog Converter
3.5”
89 mm
2RU
17”/432 mm
(19”/483 mm
faceplate)
18.5”
470 mm
17 lb
7.7 kg
50 W
175 BTU/hr
DM714
AES/EBU to MADI
Converter
3.5”
89 mm
2RU
17”/432 mm
(19”/483 mm
faceplate)
18.5”
470 mm
17 lb
7.7 kg
25 W
90 BTU/hr
MD704
MADI to AES/EBU
Converter
3.5”
89 mm
2RU
17”/432 mm
(19”/483 mm
faceplate)
18.5”
470 mm
17 lb
7.7 kg
25 W
90 BTU/hr
FC727
Digital Format
Converter
3.5”
89 mm
2RU
17”/432 mm
(19”/483 mm
faceplate)
18.5”
470 mm
13.5 lb
6 kg
50 W
175 BTU/hr
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Table 2-2 Fuse Ratings for System 5 Components
Component
How to Change
Voltage Setting
100/115/120 VAC
220/230/240 VAC
CM401
T5 A
T5 A
autoranging
CM402
T5 A
T5 A
autoranging
CM403
T5 A
T5 A
autoranging
CM408
T5 A
T5 A
autoranging
MC524
Monitor Interface
6A
3A
autoranging
ML530
Mic/line Interface
6A
3A
autoranging
SC261
System Computer
6A
3A
autoranging
PC253i
Digital Pilot
6A
3A
autoranging
PC253d
Digital Pilot
6A
3A
autoranging
DF64 Digital Frame
5 A breaker
5 A breaker
autoranging
SH612 Studio Hub
F2.5 A
F1.25 A
autoranging
TT007
Machine Control Interface
2 mA
2 mA
autoranging
GP132
General Purpose Input/
Output and Relay System
2 mA
2 mA
autoranging
MIDI Express XT
MIDI Communication
Interface
125 mA
125 mA
side panel selector switch
AM713
Analog to MADI Converter
630 mA
315 mA
rear panel selector switch
MA703
MADI to Analog Converter
630 mA
315 mA
rear panel selector switch
DM714
AES/EBU to MADI Converter
630 mA
315 mA
rear panel selector switch
MD704
MADI to AES/EBU Converter
630 mA
315 mA
rear panel selector switch
FC727
Digital Format Converter
T2.5 A
T2.5 A
autoranging
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Typical Room and Equipment Layout for System 5
Figure 2-1 Typical Room and Equipment Layout for System 5
Typical Console Layout
CM424 Producer’s
Module with
Writing Surface
Three CM408
Eight-channel Modules
CM402 and CM401
Center Section Modules
CM403 Film and
Three CM408
Panner Module Eight-channel Modules
Figure 2-2 System 5 Console
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Console Dimensions
4.0
72.0
4.0
41.0
Figure 2-3 Console Dimensions - Top
41
30.5
39.5
29.5
24.2
Figure 2-4 Console Dimensions - Side
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1.75
2.43
120.0
9.12
9.69
24.63
60.0
100.0
1.61
3.08
2.49
29.52
11.96
33.65
Figure 2-5 CM40x Module Dimensions
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Suggested Rack Elevations
'(')$()*
#$#%&$
""
+, !
PC !
PC
#(#)()*
'(')$()*
#$#%&$
""
+, !
$ !
$
$
#(#)()*
#(#)()*
Figure 2-6 One- and Two-frame Systems
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31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Interconnecting System Components
Leave Open
SH612 (Studio Hub)
EH 224 (EuCon Hub)
SH612(Studio Hub)
SC261(System PC)
Leave Open
TT007
MIDI Interface
Frame #1
PC253i (Interface Pilot)
PC253d (Digital Pilot)
PC253d (Digital Pilot)
PC253d (Digital Pilot)
Frame #2
Frame #3
Figure 2-7 Three-frame System
'(')$()*
#$#%&$
""
+, !
$ !
$
$
#(#)()*
#(#)()*
$
$
Figure 2-8 Four-frame System
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Audio Hookup
Microphone
Studio
Mic Lines
1-48
ML530
OUTPUTS
INPUTS
1-12
48 Analog
48 Analog
AM713
48 Analog
AM713
13-24
ML530
OUTPUTS
INPUTS
1-12
13-24
Mic Line Interface
Analog to MADI
Digital I/O
AES/EBU
Device Inputs
1-48
MD704
48 channels (24 AES/EBU pairs)
MD704
MADI to AES/EBU
AES/EBU
Device Outputs
1-48
DM714
48 channels (24 AES/EBU pairs)
DM714
Devices requiring
format conversion
1-56 In
1-56 Out
AES/EBU to MADI
FC727
Cabling dependant on device type
FORMAT CONVERTER
Analog I/O
Analog
Device Inputs
1-48
48 Analog
48 Analog
Upper 25-48
Lower 25-48
Upper 1-24
Lower 1-24
MA703
MA703
Patchbay
MADI to Analog
48 Analog
Analog
Device Outputs
1-48
48 Analog
Upper 25-48
Lower 25-48
Upper 1-24
Lower 1-24
AM713
AM713
Patchbay
Analog to MADI
2 Analog
(Talkback feed to AM713 Aux Analog In)
Monitoring
MC524
OUT 1
IN 1
IN 2
24 Analog
(MC524 In 2)
MA703
OUT 2
OUT 3
Control Room
Monitor Interface
38 Analog
(Mc524
Outs 1 & 2)
Main Monitors (7.1)
Alt 1 Monitors (5.1)
Alt 2 Monitors (stereo)
Studio
Mon A - SLS (7.1)
Mon B - Cue 1 (stereo)
Mon C - Cue 2 (stereo)
Mon D - Cue 3 (stereo)
Upper 25-48
Lower 25-48
8 Analog (MC524 Out 3)
MADI to Analog
6 Analog
(MC524 In 1)
Upper 1-24
Lower 1-24
Patchbay
30 Analog
8 Analog
6 Analog
Console
Talkback
Producers
Talkback
Studio
Listen
Mics (4)
Talkback
Mic Preamp
Outs (2)
Talkback
Mic Preamp
Outs (2)
Listen Mic
Preamp
Outs (4)
Listen Mic
Preamp
Outs (4)
Solo Bus
Out (stereo)
Solo Bus
Out (stereo)
Figure 2-9 Audio Hookup
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Synchronization Hookup
OUTPUTS
ML530
Maximum Cable Distances:
Word: 165 ft (50 m)
AM713
INPUTS
1-12
W/C In
13-24
OUTPUTS
ML530
AM713
INPUTS
1-12
W/C In
13-24
Mic Line Interface
Analog to MADI
Studio
House
Video
Word Clock
Distribution
Amplifier
Studio Master Clock
W/C In
FC727
Format Converter
W/C In
W/C In
W/C In
MD704
W/C In
MD704
SH612
SH612
MADI to AES/EBU
Studio Hub
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W/C In
MA703
W/C In
MA703
W/C In
W/C In
FC-631
FRAME
CONTROLLER
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
MM-641
MADI
INTERFACE
W/C In
MM-641
MADI
INTERFACE
MADI to Analog
DM714
DM714
AES/EBU to MADI
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W/C In
AM713
W/C In
AM713
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W/C In
Analog to MADI
Video
FC-631
FRAME
CONTROLLER
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
MM-641
MADI
INTERFACE
TT007
MIDI I/F
MM-641
MADI
INTERFACE
Machine Control Interfaces
Machine Room
DF64 Digital Frame
W/C In
MC524
OUT 1
IN 1
MA703
IN 2
OUT 2
OUT 3
MADI to Analog
Monitor Interface
Figure 2-10 Synchronization Hookup
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MADI Hookup
Device Outputs
One DF64 with
11 DSP Cards
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Device Inputs
8
1
2
MADI Inputs
SH612
MADI Outputs
DF64
7 8
9
3
4
5
6
MADI Outputs
MADI Inputs
9 10 11
10
MADI Inputs
A
B
C
D
MADI Outputs
A
B
C
D
MM-641
MADI Interface
Card
MA703 MADI to Analog
Converter for MC524
Monitor Interface
Device Outputs
One DF64 with
10 DSP Cards
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Device Inputs
8
1
MADI Inputs
MADI Outputs
7 8
9
2
3
4
5
6
MADI Outputs
SH612
MADI Inputs
9 10 11 12
DF64
MADI Inputs
Bus
Cascades
A
B
C
D
MADI Outputs
A
B
C
D
MM-641
MADI Interface
Cards
MA703 MADI to Analog
Converter for Mc524
Monitor Interface
Figure 2-11 MADI hookup: one DF64 core, 10 or 11 DSP cards, one SH612
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Device Outputs
Two DF64s
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Device Inputs
8
1
MADI Inputs
MADI Outputs
7 8
9 10 11 12
2
3
4
5
6
MADI Outputs
SH612
MADI Inputs
9 10 11 12
DF64
MADI Inputs
A
B
C
D
MADI Outputs
A
B
C
D
MM-641
MADI Interface
Cards
MA703 MADI to
Analog Converter
for MC524
Monitor Interface
MADI Inputs
Bus
Cascades
A
B
C
D
MADI Outputs
A
B
C
D
MM-641
MADI Interface
Cards
Figure 2-12 MADI hookup for two DF64 cores and one SH612 Studio Hub
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Device Outputs
Three DF64s
1
2
3
4
5
6 7
8
9 10 11 12
MADI Inputs
SH612 #1
MADI Outputs
1
2
3
4
5
6 7
8
9 10 11 12
DF64
MADI Inputs
A
B
C
D
MA703 MADI to
Analog Converter
for MC524
Monitor Interface
MADI Outputs
A
B
C
D
MM-641
MADI Interface
Cards
DF64
MADI Inputs
A
B
C
D
MADI Outputs
A
B
C
D
MM-641
MADI Interface
Cards
DF64
MADI Inputs
A
B
C
D
Bus
Cascades
MADI Outputs
A
B
C
D
MM-641
MADI Interface
Cards
1
2
3
4
5
6 7
8
9 10 11 12
MADI Inputs
SH612 #2
MADI Outputs
1
2
3
4
5
6 7
8
9 10 11 12
Device Inputs
Figure 2-13 MADI hookup for three DF64 cores and two SH612 Studio Hubs
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Device Outputs
Four DF64s
1
2
3
4
5
6 7
8
9 10 11 12
MADI Inputs
SH612 #1
MADI Outputs
1
2
3
4
5
6 7
8
9 10 11 12
DF64
MADI Inputs
A
B
C
D
MA703 MADI to
Analog Converter
for MC524
Monitor Interface
MADI Outputs
A
B
C
D
MM-641
MADI Interface
Cards
DF64
MADI Inputs
A
B
C
D
MADI Outputs
A
B
C
D
MM-641
MADI Interface
Cards
DF64
MADI Inputs
A
B
C
D
MADI Outputs
A
B
C
D
MM-641
MADI Interface
Cards
DF64
Bus
Cascades
MADI Inputs
A
B
C
D
MADI Outputs
A
B
C
D
MM-641
MADI Interface
Cards
1
2
3
4
5
6 7
8
9 10 11 12
MADI Inputs
SH612 #2
MADI Outputs
1
2
3
4
5
6 7
8
9 10 11 12
Device Inputs
Figure 2-14 MADI hookup for four DF64 cores and two SH612 Studio Hubs
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Control Hookup
ESBus
Lynx
Sony 9-pi n
LTC
Devices
Studio Hub
MMC
MTC
SH 612
RS422
CONTROL
Up to six additional Mic/Line
Interfaces
TT007
OUTPUTS
ML530
INPUTS
1-12
13-24
MTC
Maximum Distances
Mic/Line Interface
MIDI I/F
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
FC-631
FRAME
CONTROLLE R
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
MM-641
MADI
INTERFACE
MM-641
MADI
INTERFACE
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Euphoni x
Ethernet:
100 m (330ft)
Fire Wire:
4.5 m (15 ft)
TCC Control: 50 m (165ft)
Parallel Port
Connection
PC253i
Interface Computer
TCC Extension
TCC Main Por t
PC253d
Digital Pilot
Firewire
PC253d
Digital Pilot
Ethernet
Machine
Room
Firewire
SC261
FC-631
FRAME
CONTROLLE R
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
MM-641
MADI
INTERFACE
MM-641
MADI
INTERFACE
System Computer
KVM
Switch
Digital Frames
Ethernet Hub
IN 1
MC524
OUT 1
OUT 2
IN 2
OUT
3
Monitor Interface
System 5 Ethernet Cable Harness
Control
Room
Talkback
Switches
Ethernet
CM408
CM408
CM408
CM402
CM401
CM409
HTP
CM408
CM408
CM408
Keyboard
Trackball
Monitor
eMix
Figure 2-15 Control Hookup
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Chapter 3: System 5 Components
This chapter discusses the System 5 components and all connectors necessary for operation.
Pinouts for user-wired connections are shown for each component, along with the cables
and connectors provided by Euphonix.
DF64 Digital Frame
The DF64 contains three types of cards: FC631 Frame Controller, MM641 MADI Interface,
and SP661 Signal Processor (all three shown in Figure 3-2).
Power Connectors (IEC): Accepts standard IEC power cords (provided). Two autoranging
switching supplies accept voltages between 100–240 VAC, 50–60 Hz.
CONTROL
MAIN
AES SYNC
BACK-UP
2
4
3
6
5
7
8
9
10
11
12
AES SYNC
In
In
Out
Out
WORD SYNC
75
1
MADI INPUTS
WORD SYNC
75
In
In
Out
Out
FIREWIRE
FIREWIRE
CHASSIS ID
CHASSIS ID
MADI OUTPUTS
A
B
1
SYNC SOURCE
AES Word Int
44.1 48 96
1
SYNC SOURCE
AES Word Int
PU PD Cstm
Select Locked
Active
5v
3v
Error
Active
5v
3v
Reset
Error
DSP ACTIVITY
DSP ACTIVITY
DSP ACTIVITY
DSP ACTIVITY
DSP ACTIVITY
DSP ACTIVITY
DSP ACTIVITY
DSP ACTIVITY
DSP ACTIVITY
DSP ACTIVITY
D
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
B
C
D
E
F
Mute
Mute
Mute
Mute
Mute
Mute
Mute
Mute
Mute
Mute
Mute
44.1 48 96
PU PD Cstm
Select Locked
Reset
C
DSP ACTIVITY
5v
3v
Reset
Error
5v
3v
Reset
Error
5v
3v
Reset
Error
5v
3v
Reset
Error
5v
3v
Reset
Error
5v
3v
Reset
Error
5v
3v
Reset
Error
5v
3v
Reset
Error
5v
3v
Reset
Error
5v
3v
Reset
Error
MADI
MADI INPUT
INPUT OK
OK
A
B
C
D
5v
3v
Reset
Error
Mute
5v
3v
Reset
Error
HotSwap Ready
HotSwap Ready
HotSwap Ready
HotSwap Ready
HotSwap Ready
HotSwap Ready
HotSwap Ready
HotSwap Ready
HotSwap Ready
HotSwap Ready
HotSwap Ready
HotSwap Ready
HotSwap Ready
HotSwap Ready
FC-6731
FRAME
CONTROLLER
FC-6731
FRAME
CONTROLLER
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
MM-641
MADI
INTERFACE
DF
64
RESET
DIGITAL AUDIO FRAME
AC
AC
DC
DC
DF-64PM POWER MODULE
DF-64PM POWER MODULE
5
5
Figure 3-1 DF64 Digital Frame Front and Rear Panels
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MADI Inputs
AES Sync
In
A
Out
B
Word Sync
75
In
Out
C
D
MADI Outputs
FireWire
A
B
Chassis ID
C
Sync Source
DSP Activity
AES Word Int
44.1 48
PU
D
A
MADI Input OK
96
PD Custom
Select
B
A
C
B
D
C
E
D
F
Locked
Active
5
V
Mute
3
V
5V
Mute
3V
5V
Reset
Error
Reset
Error
Reset
HotSwap
Ready
HotSwap
Ready
HotSwap
FC-631
FRAME
CONTROLLER
MM-641
MADI
INTERFACE
3V
Error
Ready
SP-661
SIGNAL
PROCESSOR
Figure 3-2 FC631, MM641, and SP661 Cards
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FC631 Frame Controller
AES Sync In (3-pin Lemo Female): The DF64 Digital Frame clocks to the signal at this
port when the sync source is set to AES Sync. Connect this port to a digital sync reference.
AES Sync Out (3-pin Lemo Male): This signal is active regardless of the selected sync
source.
Word In (BNC): The DF64 clocks to the signal at this port when the sync source is set to
Word Clock. Connect this port to a digital sync reference.
Word Out (BNC): This signal is active regardless of selected sync source.
IEEE 1394 ports (2): High speed communication interface to the PC253d Digital Pilot
Computer. This interface carries real-time control and metering data between the PC253d
and the DF64. Connect either port to any of the IEEE 1394 ports on the dedicated PC253d
for this frame via firewire (provided).
MM641 MADI Interface Card
MADI In (4) and MADI Out (4) (8 BNC): Digital audio in and outs. See the MADI Hookup
diagrams (Figure 2-9 and Figure 2-8) for details on these connections.
SP661 Signal Processor
This card has no connections.
System 5 Console
The System 5 Console consists of several modular components: the CM401 and CM402
(console center section), the CM408 (contains eight physical faders and controls), the
CM403 (contains the joystick panner panel and film monitor panel), and the CM409HTP
Track Panner Module. Each component has the following connections:
Power Connector (IEC): Accepts standard IEC power cord (provided). An autoranging
switching supply accepts voltages between 100–240 VAC, 50–60 Hz.
Network Port (RJ45): Connect to EuCon Network Hub via RJ45 through the console
ethernet harness (provided).
Expansion Port (DB25): Active on the CM401 only. Connect talkback switches here.
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1
13
25
14
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Signal
LED 1 output (active low)
Switch 1 input (active high)
+5V
LED 3 output (active low)
Switch 3 input (active high)
+5V
LED 5 output (active low)
Switch 5 input (active high)
+5V
LED 7 output (active low)
Switch 7 input (active high)
+5V
+5V
+5V
LED 2 output (active low)
Switch 2 input (active high)
+5V
LED 4 output (active low)
Switch 4 input (active high)
+5V
LED 6 output (active low)
Switch 6 input (active high)
+5V
LED 8 output (active low)
Switch 8 input (active high)
Figure 3-3 CM401 Expansion Port: DB-25 Female pinout
Table 3-1 Switch Functions
Function
Switch
Talley
Talkback to Mon A (SLS)
Switch 1 (pin 2)
LED 1 (pin 1)
Talkback to Mon B (Cue 1)
Switch 2 (pin 16)
LED 2 (pin 15)
Talkback to Mon C (Cue 2)
Switch 3 (pin 5)
LED 3 (pin 4)
Talkback to Mon D (Cue 3)
Switch 4 (pin 19)
LED 4 (pin 18)
+5 V (pins 3, 6, 14, 17)
Pin 1
Pin 15
TB to MON A
(SLS)
Pin 2
TB to MON B
(CUE 1)
Pin 4
TB to MON C
(CUE 2)
Pin 16
Pin 5
Pin 18
TB to MON D
(CUE 3)
Pin 19
Figure 3-4 Typical Talkback Wiring
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SC261 System Computer
I
O
I
O
POWERRESET
Figure 3-5 SC261 Front and Rear Panels
VGA Connector (DB-15): Main video monitor connection.
Keyboard (PS2): Main keyboard connection.
Mouse (PS2): Main trackball connection.
Serial Port 1 (DB-9): Touchscreen control connection.
Connect the machine room KVM extender to the VGA, keyboard, and mouse connectors
on the rear panel of the SC261. A second KVM extender is built into the CM404. Keyboard
and mouse connections are located on the back of the CM404. The KVM extenders are connected by a single cable built into the console ethernet harness (provided).
LAN Port 1 (Onboard RJ45): Connect to EuCon Network Switch via RJ45 (provided).
LAN Port 2 (Auxilary RJ45): Optional connection for external network.
Power Connectors (IEC): Accepts two standard IEC power cords (provided). Two autoranging switching supplies accept voltages between 100–240 VAC, 50–60 Hz.
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PC253d Digital Pilot Computer
DIGITAL PILOT COMPUTER
PC
253d
PARALLEL
PILOT ID
15 16 1
2
6
MOUSE
SERIAL 1
3
4
5
9 8 7
SERIAL 2
14
13
12
11
10
POWER
STATUS
LAN
USB
KEYBOARD
PS/2
VGA
Figure 3-6 PC253d Front and Rear Panels
IEEE 1394 Ports (3 IEEE connectors): Connect any port to IEEE 1394 connector on the
FC631 card in the respective DF64 via firewire (provided).
Network Port (RJ45): Connect to EuCon Network Switch via RJ45 (provided).
Power Connectors (IEC): Accepts two standard IEC power cords (provided). Two autoranging switching supplies accept voltages between 100–240 VAC, 50–60 Hz.
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PC253i Interface Computer
INTERFACE PILOT COMPUTER
PC
253i
PARALLEL
PILOT ID
15 16 1
2
6
MOUSE
SERIAL 1
3
4
5
9 8 7
SERIAL 2
14
13
12
11
10
POWER
STATUS
LAN
USB
KEYBOARD
PS/2
VGA
Figure 3-7 PC253i Front and Rear Panels
Parallel Port (DB-25): Connect to MOTU MIDI I/F via DB-25 (provided).
TCC Main Port (Lower DB-62): Connect TCC breakout cable (provided) to this port. This cable
breaks out to four DB-15 connectors that provide control hookup for the MC524 Monitor Interface and
three ML530 Mic/Line Interfaces.
TCC Extension Port (Upper DB-62): Connect a second TCC breakout cable (provided) to this port to
connect up to four additional ML530 Mic/Line Interfaces.
Network Port (RJ45): Connect to the EuCon Network Switch via the RJ45 cable (provided).
Parallel Port (DB-25): Connect to MIDI Interface.
Serial Port 1 (DB-9):Connect to control port on first SH612.
Serial Port 2 (DB-9):Connect to control port on second SH612 (optional)
Power Connectors (IEC): Accepts two standard IEC power cords (provided). Two autoranging switching supplies accept voltages between 100–240 VAC, 50–60 Hz.
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MC524 Monitor Interface
MONITOR-COMMS INTERFACE
MC
524
Figure 3-8 MC524 Front and Rear Panels
Power Switch: Powers the unit off/on.
In 1 (38-pin ELCO): Talk Back, Listen Back and Mic inputs. This connector receives four
stereo listen channels and two stereo talk mic inputs. Signals can be boosted or attenuated.
In a standard patch configuration, input cable fans out to 12 female XLRs.
In 2 (90-pin ELCO): Control Room Buses, Monitor A, B, C, D, and Solo buses inputs. This
connector receives eight Monitor A channels, and two channels each for Monitor B, C, D.
These signals can be attenuated only and are typically fed from the AM713.
Out 1 (90-pin ELCO): Monitor A, B, C, D Speaker outputs. This connector outputs eight
Control Room channels, eight Monitor A channels, and two channels each for Monitor B,
C, D, and Solo. The output cable fans out to two 38-pin ELCO/Edak connectors for the Euphonix Patchbay.
Out 2 (90 pin ELCO): Control Room Speakers, Talk Back and Listen Back Preamp, and
Solo Buses outputs. This connector outputs eight Control Room Main channels, six Control
Room Alt 1 channels, two Control Room Alt 2 channels, four Listen pre, two talk pre and
two Solo channels. The output cable fans out to two 38-pin ELCO/Edak connectors for the
Euphonix Patchbay.
Out 3 (female DB25): Talk Back, Listen Back, and Solo Preamp outputs. This connector
outputs four Listen pre, two Talk Back pre and two Solo channels . Output cable fans out
to eight male XLRs.
Control (DB15): Input for digital control signal from Digital Pilot (Euphonix TCC bi-directional serial protocol). All patching, switching, and gain controls are communicated via
this connection as well as MC524 IP address.
AC Line In (IEC) and Fuse Tray: Accepts standard IEC power cord (provided). An
autoranging switching supply accepts voltages between 90–250 VAC, 50–60 Hz.
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Input/Output Connections
Table 3-2 In 1 Elco 38 Pinout
Crk #
Designator
24 X 32
High
Low
Gnd
1
M1
Talk 1
A
E
L
2
M2
Talk 2
B
F
M
3
M3
Listen 1
C
H
N
4
M4
Listen 2
D
J
P
5
M5
Listen 3
DD
JJ
PP
6
M6
Listen 4
EE
KK
RR
7
FF
LL
SS
8
HH
MM
TT
9
R
S
V
10
T
U
W
11
X
Z
AA
12
Y
BB
CC
B
A
F
E
H
J
T
S
R
Y
X
B
B
A
A
D
D
J
J
F
F
E
E
K
K
P
P
U
W
V
Z
K
P
N
M
L
D
C
L
L
R
R
C
C
H
H
M
M
S
S
N
N
T
T
Figure 3-9 Elco 38 Connector
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Table 3-3 In 2 Elco 90 Pinout
Low
Gnd
1
L3
Cntrl Rm (L)
A
H
R
2
L4
Cntrl Rm (C)
B
J
S
3
L5
Cntrl Rm (R)
C
K
T
4
L6
Cntrl Rm (Sl)
D
L
U
5
L7
Cntrl Rm (Sr)
E
M
V
6
L8
Cntrl Rm (B)
F
N
W
7
L9
Cntrl Rm (Li)
X
AE
AM
8
L10
Cntrl Rm (Ri)
Y
AF
AN
9
L11
Mon A (L)
Z
AH
AP
10
L12
Mon A (C)
AA
AJ
AR
11
L13
Mon A (R)
AB
AK
AS
12
L14
Mon A (Sl)
AC
AL
AT
13
L15
Mon A (Sr)
BJ
BS
BY
14
L16
Mon A (B)
BK
BT
BZ
15
L17
Mon A (Li)
BL
BU
CA
16
L18
Mon A (Ri)
BM
BV
CB
17
L19
Mon B (L)
BN
BW
CC
18
L20
Mon B (R)
BP
BX
CD
19
L21
Mon C (L)
CF
CN
CW
20
L22
Mon C (R)
CH
CP
CX
21
L23
Mon D (L)
CJ
CR
CY
22
L24
Mon D (R)
CK
CS
CZ
23
L1
Solo (L)
CL
CT
DA
24
L2
Solo (R)
CM
CU
BD
D
B
C
U
C
W
C
P
C
X
C
R
C
Y
C
S
C
Z
C
T
D
A
C
D
C
L
C
B
C
J
C
A
C
N
B
Y
C
F
B
Z
C
H
B
L
B
J
A
Z
B
S
B
D
B
A
B
K
B
E
S
T
A
P
A
W
A
N
A
V
C
K
C
C
B
N
B
V
B
U
A
R
B
M
A
J
A
A
A
H
Z
A
F
Y
A
E
C
M
B
R
B
P
B
W
B
B
B
F
A
T
A
X
A
S
A
B
B
X
B
H
A
U
A
Y
A
L
A
C
A
K
V
U
T
S
R
X
A
M
P
W
F
N
E
M
D
L
C
K
B
J
A
H
C
U
High
C
E
24 X 32
B
C
Designator
A
D
Crk #
Figure 3-10 Elco 90 Connector
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Table 3-4 Out 1 Elco 90 Pinout
Low
Gnd
1
BO11
Mon A (L)
A
H
R
2
BO12
Mon A (C)
B
J
S
3
BO17
Mon A (R)
C
K
T
4
BO18
Mon A (Sl)
D
L
U
5
BO19
Mon A (Sr)
E
M
V
6
BO20
Mon A (B)
F
N
W
7
BO21
Mon A (Li)
X
AE
AM
8
BO22
Mon A (Ri)
Y
AF
AN
9
BO23
Mon B (L)
Z
AH
AP
10
BO24
Mon B (R)
AA
AJ
AR
11
BO25
Mon C (L)
AB
AK
AS
12
BO26
Mon C (R)
AC
AL
AT
13
BO27
Mon D (L)
BJ
BS
BY
14
BO28
Mon D (R)
BK
BT
BZ
15
BL
BU
CA
16
BM
BV
CB
17
BN
BW
CC
18
BP
BX
CD
19
CF
CN
CW
20
CH
CP
CX
21
CJ
CR
CY
22
CK
CS
CZ
23
CL
CT
DA
24
CM
CU
BD
D
B
C
U
C
R
C
Y
C
S
C
Z
C
T
D
A
C
D
C
L
C
C
C
B
C
J
C
A
C
X
C
P
C
W
C
N
C
F
B
Y
B
J
B
S
B
Z
B
K
S
T
B
E
B
A
B
D
A
Z
C
H
B
L
A
P
A
W
A
N
A
V
C
K
B
V
B
U
A
R
B
M
A
J
A
A
A
H
Z
A
F
Y
A
E
C
M
B
R
B
P
B
N
B
F
B
W
B
B
A
T
A
X
A
S
A
B
B
X
B
H
A
U
A
Y
A
L
A
C
A
K
V
U
T
S
R
X
A
M
P
W
F
N
E
M
D
L
C
K
B
J
A
H
C
U
High
C
E
24 X 32
B
C
Designator
A
D
Crk #
Figure 3-11 Elco 90 Connector
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Table 3-5 Out 2 Elco 90 Pinout
Low
Gnd
1
BO31
Solo L
A
H
R
2
BO32
Solo R
B
J
S
3
TL1
Talk 1
C
K
T
4
TL2
Talk 2
D
L
U
5
TL3
Listen 1
E
M
V
6
TL4
Listen 2
F
N
W
7
TL5
Listen 3
X
AE
AM
8
TL6
Listen 4
Y
AF
AN
9
BO3
CR main (L)
Z
AH
AP
10
BO4
CR main (C)
AA
AJ
AR
11
BO5
CR main (R)
AB
AK
AS
12
BO6
Cntrl Rm (Sl)
AC
AL
AT
13
BO7
Cntrl Rm (Sr)
BJ
BS
BY
14
BO8
CR main (B)
BK
BT
BZ
15
BO9
CR main (Li)
BL
BU
CA
16
BO10
CR main (Ri)
BM
BV
CB
17
BO13
CR Alt 1 (L)
BN
BW
CC
18
BO14
CR Alt 1 (C)
BP
BX
CD
19
BO15
CR Alt 1 (R)
CF
CN
CW
20
BO16
CR Alt 1 (Sl)
CH
CP
CX
21
BO29
CR Alt 1 (Sr)
CJ
CR
CY
22
BO30
CR Alt 1 (B)
CK
CS
CZ
23
BO1
CR Alt 2 (L)
CL
CT
DA
24
BO2
CR Alt 2(R)
CM
CU
BD
D
B
C
U
C
R
C
Y
C
S
C
Z
C
T
D
A
C
D
C
L
C
C
C
B
C
J
C
A
C
X
C
P
C
W
C
N
C
F
B
Y
B
J
B
S
B
Z
B
K
S
T
B
E
B
A
B
D
A
Z
C
H
B
L
A
P
A
W
A
N
A
V
C
K
B
V
B
U
A
R
B
M
A
J
A
A
A
H
Z
A
F
Y
A
E
C
M
B
R
B
P
B
N
B
F
B
W
B
B
A
T
A
X
A
S
A
B
B
X
B
H
A
U
A
Y
A
L
A
C
A
K
V
U
T
S
R
X
A
M
P
W
F
N
E
M
D
L
C
K
B
J
A
H
C
U
High
C
E
24 X 32
B
C
Designator
A
D
Crk #
Figure 3-12 Elco 90 Connector
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Table 3-6 Out 3 DB-25 Pinout
Crk #
Designator
24 X 32
High
Low
Gnd
1
T1
24
12
25
2
T2
10
23
11
3
L1
21
9
22
4
L2
7
20
8
5
L3
18
6
19
6
L4
4
17
5
7
Solo L
15
3
16
8
Solo R
1
14
2
13 12 11 10 9 8
7
6
5
4
3
2 1
25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14
Figure 3-13 DB-25 Connector
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ML530 Mic/Line Interface
MIC LINE INTERFACE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
ML
OUTPUTS
ML530
530
INPUTS
1-12
CONTROL
13-24
VGA
Figure 3-14 ML530 Front and Rear Panels
Inputs (two 38-pin ELCO sockets): A total of 24 microphone inputs are received on two
38-pin ELCO connectors (connectors and pins provided).
Outputs (two 38-pin ELCO sockets): A total of 24 outputs are provided on two 38-pin
ELCO connectors. These outputs feed an AM713 Analog to MADI Converter (a 24 male
XLR to 38-pin ELCO cable is provided).
Control (DB-15): Connect to PC253d Digital Pilot Computer via TCC breakout cable
(provided). All patching, switching and gain controls are communicated via this connection.
AC Line In (IEC) and Fuse Tray: Accepts standard IEC power cord (provided). An
autoranging switching supply accepts voltages between 90–250 VAC, 50–60 Hz.
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LL
D
PP
N
N
M
M
U
U
T
T
SS
RR
K
J
J
H
H
G
FF
EE
D
C
C
B
B
AA
VV
W
W
XX
Y
Y
B
B
B
B
AA
AA
ZZ
DD
DD
JJJ
E
E
E
E
KKK
L
PPP
P
H
H
H
N
N
N
Signal
Wiring Instruction & Description
+
-
G
1
Mic In 1 / Mic In 13
From studio Mic 1 / 13
A
E
L
2
Mic In 2 / Mic In 14
From studio Mic 2 / 14
B
F
M
3
Mic In 3 / Mic In 15
From studio Mic 3 / 15
C
H
N
4
Mic In 4 / Mic In 16
From studio Mic 4 / 16
D
J
P
5
Mic In 5 / Mic In 17
From studio Mic 5 / 17
DD
JJ
PP
6
Mic In 6 / Mic In 18
From studio Mic 6 / 18
EE
KK
RR
7
Mic In 7 / Mic In 19
From studio Mic 7 / 19
FF
LL
SS
8
Mic In 8 / Mic In 20
From studio Mic 8 / 20
HH
MM
TT
9
Mic In 9 / Mic In 21
From studio Mic 9 / 21
R
S
V
10
Mic In 10 / Mic In 22
From studio Mic 10 / 22
T
U
W
11
Mic In 11 / Mic In 23
From studio Mic 11 / 23
X
Z
AA
12
Mic In 12 / Mic In 24
From studio Mic 12 / 24
Y
BB
CC
N
M
S
S
S
S
R
R
R
R
Num
H
M
M
M
L
L
L
K
J
F
F
F
F
C
C
C
C
System 5 Components
T
T
T
T
Figure 3-15 ML530 In 1/In 2 Pinout: Elco 38 Socket
LL
D
U
U
T
T
SS
RR
PP
N
N
M
M
K
J
J
H
H
G
FF
EE
D
C
C
B
B
AA
VV
W
W
XX
Y
Y
B
B
B
B
AA
AA
ZZ
DD
DD
JJ
JJ
E
E
E
E
KK
KK
PPP
P
F
F
F
F
H
H
H
S
S
S
S
Signal
Wiring Instruction & Description
+
-
G
1
Mic Pre Out 1 / Out 13
To AM713 Analog In 1 / In 13
A
E
L
2
Mic Pre Out 2 / Out 14
To AM713 Analog In 2 / In 14
B
F
M
3
Mic Pre Out 3 / Out 15
To AM713 Analog In 3 / In 15
C
H
N
4
Mic Pre Out 4 / Out 16
To AM713 Analog In 4 / In 16
D
J
P
5
Mic Pre Out 5 / Out 17
To AM713 Analog In 5 / In 17
DD
JJ
PP
6
Mic Pre Out 6 / Out 18
To AM713 Analog In 6 / In 18
EE
KK
RR
7
Mic Pre Out 7 / Out 19
To AM713 Analog In 7 / In 19
FF
LL
SS
8
Mic Pre Out 8 / Out 20
To AM713 Analog In 8 / In 20
HH
MM
TT
9
Mic Pre Out 9 / Out 21
To AM713 Analog In 9 / In 21
R
S
V
10
Mic Pre Out 10 / Out 22
To AM713 Analog In 10 / In 22
T
U
W
11
Mic Pre Out 11 / Out 23
To AM713 Analog In 11 / In 23
X
Z
AA
12
Mic Pre Out 12 / Out 24
To AM713 Analog In 12 / In 24
Y
BB
CC
H
M
M
M
M
L
L
L
L
R
R
R
R
C
C
C
C
Num
N
N
N
N
T
T
T
T
Figure 3-16 ML530 Out 1/Out 2 Pinout: Elco 38 Socket
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SH612 Studio Hub
96
44.1
Int ->480000
Gen ->00:00:00:00 Stop
D
1
2
3
Locked
612
I
4
AES
WORD
INTERNAL
VIDEO SYNC
VIDEO
SH
OTHER
TC LOCK
6
Info
0
11
Escape
Select
12
WORD
VID-SYNC
VIDEO
IEEE1394
Figure 3-17 SH612 Studio Hub
Video In (BNC): Connect this to house blackburst or composite sync.
AES Sync In (female XLR): Connect this port to a digital sync reference.
AES Sync Out Ports (four male XLR): This signal is active regardless of selected sync
source.
Word In (BNC): Connect this port to a digital sync reference.
Word Out (BNC): This signal is active regardless of selected sync source.
MADI In / Out Ports (24 BNC): Digital audio in and outs. See the MADI Hookup diagrams (Figure 2-9 and Figure 2-8) for details on these connections.
Control Port (DB-9): Connect to Serial Port 1 on PC253i Interface Computer.
Power Connectors (IEC): Accepts two standard IEC power cords (provided). Two autoranging switching supplies accept voltages between 100–240 VAC, 50–60 Hz.
NOTE: The connections described above pertain only to a System 5 console configuration. The other connections on the SH612 are used when installed with the
R-1 Digital Audio Multitrack Recorder.
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AM713 Analog to MADI Converter
Front Panel
Figure 3-18 AM713 Front Panel
Signal Strength LEDs: Each of the 28 channels has a four-segment LED that represents
the following signal levels: -42 dB, -18 dB, -6 dB (green), -0.05 dB (red).
Trim Pots Access: Three trim pots adjust the maximum analog input level of channels 1–
8, 9–16, and 17–24 in 2-dB steps between +12 and +26 dBu.
SR Conv: This indicates sample-rate conversion activity on the auxiliary digital inputs.
Sample Rate LEDs: These LEDs indicate the sample rate to which the converter is currently locked. Sample rates are auto-sensed but can be manually selected on the AM713.
Supported sample rates are 96 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, and Custom rates from
external sources.
Sample Rate Source LEDs: These LEDs indicate the format of the Sample Rate Source
to which the converter is currently locked. Sample Rate Source can be auto-sensed or manually selected. If an external source is not detected, the AM713 reverts to Internal sync. If
a manually selected source is not present, the Sample Rate Source indicator blinks.
•
AES:
Sample Rate locked to AES Input.
•
Word:
Sample Rate locked to Word Clock Input.
•
Internal: Sample Rate locked to its own internal crystal.
•
Auto:
Sample Rate Source has been auto-sensed.
These LEDs appear in the same order in which signals are tested for their presence. This
detection procedure occurs when the converters are powered on. The Sample Rate and
Sample Rate Source can also be selected manually.
Manual Selection Buttons: The button below each Sample Rate LED row manually selects the sample rate. Also allows manual selection of the Sample Rate Source.
Power Switch: On/Off switch.
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Rear Panel
AM713
DIGITAL
INPUTS
ANALOG
INPUTS
MADI
OUT
Figure 3-19 AM713 Rear Panel
Input Voltage Selector: This red switch allows the unit to operate in either 100/110/115
VAC or 220/230/240 VAC environments. A fuse must also be changed for 220/230/240
VAC operation. Units are shipped set and fused for 100/110/115 VAC.
Power Connector (IEC) and Fuse Tray: The IEC power connector accepts standard IEC
power cords. The fuse tray contains both the active fuse and a spare fuse for 220/230/240
VAC operation.
Analog Inputs (female XLR): 24 balanced, analog inputs on XLR connectors. Input sensitivity is set from the front panel.
Auxiliary Analog Inputs (female XLR): Two balanced analog inputs on XLR connectors. Input sensitivity is set from the front panel.
AES/EBU Digital Input (female XLR): Stereo AES/EBU digital input on one XLR connector. Functions in parallel with the auxiliary S/PDIF input and the two inputs should not
be used simultaneously.
S/PDIF Digital Input (RCA): Stereo S/PDIF digital input on one RCA connector. Functions in parallel with the auxiliary AES/EBU input and the two inputs should not be used
simultaneously.
AES Sync In (female XLR): Master clock input for the converter when using AES as Sample Rate Source.
AES Sync Thru (male XLR): Outputs the same signal connected to AES Sync In.
Word In (BNC): Master clock input for the converter when using Word Clock as Sample
Rate Source.
Word Out (BNC): Outputs a Word clock signal synchronized to the Sample Rate Source.
In the presence of an external Word clock input, this connector provides a regenerated
version of that input signal. Without an external sample rate source, this connector outputs
the internally generated clock signal.
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MADI Out (BNC): Outputs the digital audio signal.
•
1–24:
Analog inputs
•
25–26: Aux analog inputs
•
27–28: Aux digital inputs
NOTE: 28 channels are always transmitted; dual channels are not used.
Trim Pots: Four detented trim pots, accessed from the front panel, adjust the analog input level of channels 1–8, 9–16, 17–24, and auxiliary analog in 3 dB steps between +6 and +27 dBU.
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MA703 MADI to Analog Converter
Front Panel
Figure 3-20 MA703 Front Panel
Signal Strength LEDs: Each of the 28 channels has a four-segment LED that represents
the following signal levels: -42 dB, -18 dB, -6 dB (green), -0.05 dB (red).
Trim Pots Access: Three trim pots adjust the maximum analog output level of channels 1–
8, 9–16, and 17–24 in 2-dB steps between +12 and +26 dBu.
SR Conv: This indicates sample-rate conversion activity on the auxiliary digital inputs.
Sample Rate LEDs: These LEDs indicate the sample rate to which the converter is currently locked. Sample rates are auto-sensed. Supported sample rates are 96 kHz, 88.2 kHz,
48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, and Custom rates from external sources.
Sample Rate Source LEDs: These LEDs indicate the format of the Sample Rate Source
to which the converter is currently locked. Sample Rate Source can be auto-sensed or manually selected. If an external source is not detected, the MA703 mutes its outputs. If a manually selected source is not present, the Sample Rate Source indicator blinks.
•
AES:
Sample Rate locked to AES Input.
•
Word: Sample Rate locked to Word Clock Input.
•
MADI: Sample Rate locked to MADI.
•
Auto:
Sample Rate Source has been auto-sensed.
These LEDs appear in the same order in which signals are tested for their presence. This
detection procedure occurs when the converters are powered on. The Sample Rate Source
can also be selected manually.
Manual Selection Buttons: The button below each Sample Rate LED row manually selects the sample rate.
Power Switch: On/Off switch.
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Rear Panel
MA703
MADI
IN
DIGITAL
OUTPUTS
ANALOG
OUTPUTS
Figure 3-21 MA703 Rear Panel
Input Voltage Selector: This red switch allows the unit to operate in either 100/110/
115 VAC or 220/230/240 VAC environments. A fuse must also be changed for 220/
230/240 VAC operation. Units are shipped set and fused for 100/110/115 VAC.
Power Connector (IEC) and Fuse Tray: The IEC power connector accepts standard
IEC power cords. The fuse tray contains both the active and spare fuses.
Analog Outputs (male XLR): 24 balanced analog outputs on XLR connectors. Output
level is set from the front panel.
Auxiliary Analog Outputs (male XLR): Two balanced analog outputs on XLR connectors. Output level can is set from the front panel.
AES/EBU Digital Outputs (male XLR): Stereo AES/EBU digital outputs on one XLR
connector. Functions in parallel with the auxiliary S/PDIF output and the two inputs
should not be used simultaneously.
S/PDIF Digital Outputs (RCA): Stereo S/PDIF digital output on one RCA connector.
Functions in parallel with the auxiliary AES/EBU output and the two inputs should not
be used simultaneously.
AES Sync In (female XLR): Master clock input for the converter when using AES as
the Sample Rate Source.
AES Sync Thru (male XLR): Outputs the same signal connected to AES Sync In.
Word In (BNC): Master clock input for the converter when using Word Clock as
Sample Rate Source.
Word Out (BNC): Outputs a Word Clock signal synchronized to the Sample Rate
Source. In the presence of an external Word clock input, this connector provides a
regenerated version of the input signal. Without an external sample rate source, this
connector outputs an internally generated clock signal.
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MADI In (BNC): Digital audio signal input.
•
1–24:
analog outputs
•
25–26: aux analog outputs
•
27–28: aux digital outputs.
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DM714 AES/EBU to MADI Converter
Front Panel
Figure 3-22 DM714 Front Panel
Signal Strength LEDs: Each of the 28 channels has a four-segment LED that represents
the following signal levels: -42 dB, -18 dB, -6 dB (green), -.05 dB (red).
Trim Pot: A trim pot adjusts the analog output level of channels A1 and A2 between +12
and +26 dBu in 2-dB steps.
SR Conv: The sample rate of all digital inputs is automatically detected and, if asynchronous, converted to the system Sample Rate. This process is independently applied to each
stereo pair such that a combination of synchronous and asynchronous signals can be connected to the DM714. Sample-rate conversion is switched off when synchronous signals
are detected. The range of sample-rate conversion is 32–56 kHz. 88.2 or 96 kHz signals
cannot be sample-rate converted and are passed through if synchronous. If non-synchronous 88.2 or 96 kHz signals are detected, the upper signal strength LED flashes red to warn
the user that the sample rate for those channels is not in sync with the system settings. Sample-rate conversion reduces the bit depth in a 24-bit signal to 20 bits.
Sample Rate LEDs: These LEDs indicate the Sample Rate to which the converter is currently locked. Sample Rates are auto-sensed but can be manually selected. Supported Sample Rates are 96 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz and Custom Rates from external sources.
Sample Rate Source LEDs: These LEDs indicate the format of the Sample Rate Source
to which the converter is currently locked. Sample Rate Source can be auto-sensed or manually selected. If an external source is not detected, the DM714 reverts to Internal sync. If
a manually selected source is not present, the Sample Rate Source indicator blinks.
•
AES:
Sample Rate locked to AES Input.
•
Word:
Sample Rate locked to Word Clock Input.
•
Internal: Sample Rate locked to its own internal crystal.
•
Auto:
Sample Rate Source has been auto-sensed.
These LEDs appear in the same order in which signals are tested for presence. This detection procedure occurs when the converters are powered on. The Sample Rate and Sample Rate Source can also be selected manually.
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Manual Selection Buttons: The button below each Sample Rate LED row manually selects
the Sample Rate Source. The DM714 also allows manual selection of the Sample Rate.
Power Switch: On/Off switch.
Rear Panel
DM714
AES/EBU
INPUTS
DIGITAL
INPUTS
MADI
OUT
S/PDIF
D1/D2
AES
D1/D2
A2
A1
7/8
5/6
3/4
1/
2
PARALLEL AES/EBU INPUTS
1-8
15/
16
13/
14
11/
12
9/
10
9-16
IN
WORD
23/
24
OUT
SYNC
21/
22
19/
20
17/
18
17-24
AES
Figure 3-23 DM714 Rear Panel
Input Voltage Selector: This red switch allows the unit to operate in either 100/110/115
VAC or 220/230/240 VAC environments. A fuse must also be changed for 220/230/240
VAC operation. Units are shipped set and fused for 100/110/115 VAC.
Power Connector (IEC) and Fuse Tray: The IEC power connector accepts standard IEC
power cords. The fuse tray contains both the active fuse and a spare fuse for 220/230/240
VAC operation.
AES/EBU Digital Inputs (female XLR): 12 AES/EBU stereo inputs.
Parallel AES/EBU Digital Inputs (female DB25): Three 8-channel digital connectors
function in parallel with XLR digital inputs, and should not be used simultaneously with
the XLR inputs. See Figure 3-24 on page 57 for pinout diagram.
Auxiliary Analog Inputs (female XLR): Two balanced analog inputs on XLR connectors.
Input sensitivity is set from the front panel.
Auxiliary AES/EBU Digital Input (female XLR): Stereo AES/EBU digital input on one
XLR connector. Functions in parallel with the auxiliary S/PDIF input and the two inputs
should not be used simultaneously.
Auxiliary S/PDIF Digital Input (RCA): Stereo S/PDIF digital input on one RCA connector. Functions in parallel with the auxiliary AES/EBU input and the two inputs should not
be used simultaneously.
AES Sync In (female XLR): Master clock input for the converter when using AES as Sample Rate Source.
AES Sync Thru (male XLR): Outputs the same signal connected to AES Sync In.
Word In (BNC): Master clock input for the converter when using Word Clock as Sample
Rate Source.
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Word Out (BNC): Outputs a Word clock signal synchronized to the Sample Rate Source.
In the presence of an external Word clock input, this connector provides a regenerated version of that input signal. Without an external sample rate source, this connector outputs the
internally generated clock signal.
MADI Out (BNC): Outputs the digital audio signal.
•
1–24:
Main digital inputs
•
25–26: Aux analog inputs
•
27–28: Aux digital inputs
NOTE: 28 channels are always transmitted; dual channels are not used.
1
13
25
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Connector 1
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
Digital In 7/8+
GND
Digital In 5/6Digital In 3/4+
GND
Digital In 1/2N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
Digital In 7/8Digital In 5/6+
GND
Digital In 3/4Digital In 1/2+
GND
14
Connector 2
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
Digital In 15/16+
GND
Digital In 13/14Digital In 11/12+
GND
Digital In 9/10N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
Digital In 15/16Digital In 13/14+
GND
Digital In 11/12Digital In 9/10+
GND
Connector 3
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
Digital In 23/24+
GND
Digital In 21/22Digital In 19/20+
GND
Digital In 17/18N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
Digital In 23/24Digital In 21/22+
GND
Digital In 19/20Digital In 17/18+
GND
Figure 3-24 DM714 Parallel AES/EBU Digital Inputs: Female DB-25
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MD704 MADI to AES/EBU Converter
Front Panel
Figure 3-25 MD704 Front Panel
Signal Strength LEDs: Each of the 28 channels has a four-segment LED that represents
the following signal levels: -42 dB, -18 dB, -6 dB (green), -.05 dB (red).
Trim Pot: A trim pot adjusts the analog output level of channels A1 and A2 between +12
and +26 dBu in 2-dB steps.
Sample Rate LEDs: These LEDs indicate the Sample Rate to which the converter is currently locked. Sample Rates are auto-sensed but can be manually selected on the DM714.
Supported Sample Rates are 96 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz and Custom Rates from
external sources.
Sample Rate Source LEDs: These LEDs indicate the format of the Sample Rate Source
to which the converter is currently locked. Sample Rate Source can be auto-sensed or manually selected. If an external source is not detected, the MD704 mutes its outputs. If a manually selected source is not present, the Sample Rate Source indicator blinks.
•
AES:
Sample Rate locked to AES Input.
•
Word:
Sample Rate locked to Word Clock Input.
•
MADI:
Sample Rate locked to MADI.
•
Auto:
Sample Rate Source has been auto-sensed.
These LEDs appear in the same order in which signals are tested for presence. This detection procedure occurs when the converters are powered on. The Sample Rate (DM714
only) and Sample Rate Source can also be selected manually.
Manual Selection Buttons: The button below each Sample Rate LED row manually selects the Sample Rate Source.
Power Switch: On/Off switch.
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Rear Panel
MD704
DIGITAL
OUTPUTS
MADI
IN
S/PDIF
D1/D2
IN
WORD
AES/EBU
OUTPUTS
AES
D1/D2
A2
7/8
SYNC
3/4
1/
2
BIT-DEPTH REDUCTION
3/4
1/
2
13/
14
11/
12
9/
10
21/
22
19/
20
17/
18
7/8
5/6
15/
16
23/
24
PARALLEL AES/EBU INPUTS
1-8
16
20
24
A1
15/
16
23/
24
OUT
5/6
13/
14
21/
22
11/
12
19/
20
9/
10
17/
18
9-16
16
20
24
17-24
16
20
24
AES
Figure 3-26 MD704 Rear Panel
Input Voltage Selector: This red switch allows the unit to operate in either 100/110/115
VAC or 220/230/240 VAC environments. A fuse must also be changed for 220/230/240
VAC operation. Units are shipped set and fused for 100/110/115 VAC.
Power Connector (IEC) and Fuse Tray: The IEC power connector accepts standard IEC
power cords. The fuse tray contains both the active and spare fuses.
AES/EBU Digital Outputs (female XLR): 12 AES/EBU stereo outputs.
Parallel AES/EBU Digital Outputs (female DB25): Three 8-channel digital connectors
function in parallel with XLR digital outputs and the two outputs should not be used simultaneously. See Figure 3-27 on page 60 for pinout diagram.
Auxiliary Analog Outputs (male XLR): Two balanced analog outputs on XLR connectors. Output level can is set from the front panel.
AES/EBU Digital Outputs (male XLR): Stereo AES/EBU digital outputs on one XLR
connector. Functions in parallel with the auxiliary S/PDIF output and the two outputs
should not be used simultaneously.
S/PDIF Digital Outputs (RCA): Stereo S/PDIF digital output on one RCA connector.
Functions in parallel with the auxiliary AES/EBU output and the two outputs should not be
used simultaneously.
AES Sync In (female XLR): Master clock input for the converter when using AES as the
Sample Rate Source.
AES Sync Thru (male XLR): Outputs the same signal connected to AES Sync In.
Word In (BNC): Master clock input for the converter when using Word Clock as Sample
Rate Source.
Word Out (BNC): Outputs a Word Clock signal synchronized to the Sample Rate Source.
In the presence of an external Word clock input, this connector provides a regenerated version of the input signal. Without an external sample rate source, this connector outputs
an internally generated clock signal.
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MADI In (BNC): Digital audio signal input.
•
1–24:
main digital outputs
•
25–26: aux analog outputs
•
27–28: aux digital outputs
Bit-Depth Reduction: Sets the resolution to 16, 20, or 24 bits for the main AES/EBU channels.
1
13
25
Pin#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Connector 1
Digital out 7/8+
GND
Digital out 5/6Digital out 3/4+
GND
Digital out 1/2N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
Digital out 7/8Digital out 5/6+
GND
Digital out 3/4Digital out 1/2+
GND
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
14
Connector 2
Digital Out 15/16+
GND
Digital Out 13/14Digital Out 11/12+
GND
Digital Out 9/10N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
Digital Out 15/16Digital Out 13/14+
GND
Digital Out 11/12Digital Out 9/10+
GND
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
Connector 3
Digital Out 23/24+
GND
Digital Out 21/22Digital Out 19/20+
GND
Digital Out 17/18N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
Digital Out 23/24Digital Out 21/22+
GND
Digital Out 19/20Digital Out 17/18+
GND
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
Figure 3-27 DM704 Parallel AES/EBU Digital Outputs: Female DB-25
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FC727/726 Format Converter
NOTE: FC726 is the same as FC727 but does not support Pro Tools.
FORMAT CONVERTER
FORMAT A
CH 1-8
SRC ENABLE
ON (STD)
OFF
ON (ALT)
MADI
AES 49-56
CAUTION: To prevent risk of fire
replace fuse with the same type and rating,
FMT A
FMT B
AES STEREO
AES 41-48
CH 9-16
CH 17-24
CH 25-32
CH 33-40
CH 41-48
CH 49-56
MADI
SDIF-2
PRODIGI
TDIF
ADAT
PROTOOLS
AES
SRC
MADI
SDIF-2
PRODIGI
TDIF
ADAT
PROTOOLS
AES
SRC
MADI
SDIF-2
PRODIGI
TDIF
ADAT
PROTOOLS
AES
SRC
MADI
SDIF-2
PRODIGI
TDIF
ADAT
PROTOOLS
AES
SRC
MADI
SDIF-2
PRODIGI
TDIF
ADAT
PROTOOLS
AES
SRC
MADI
SDIF-2
PRODIGI
TDIF
ADAT
PROTOOLS
AES
SRC
MADI
SDIF-2
PRODIGI
TDIF
ADAT
PROTOOLS
AES
SRC
16
20
24
16
20
24
16
20
24
16
20
24
16
20
24
16
20
24
16
20
24
OUTPUT BIT
DEPTH
OUTPUT BIT
DEPTH
OUTPUT BIT
DEPTH
AES 33-40
OUTPUT BIT
DEPTH
OUTPUT BIT
DEPTH
AES 25-32
OUTPUT BIT
DEPTH
FORMAT B
96
48
44.1
CUSTOM
AES
WORD
MADI
FORMAT A
AUTO
FC
727
OUTPUT BIT
DEPTH
AES 17-24
AES 9-16
AES 1-8
AES MONO
FMT A
AES/FMT B/FMT A
SERVICE
FC727
EUPHONIX, INC.
CH 49-56
IN
IN
CH 17-24
CH 9-16
SDIF-2 SYNC
OUT
IN
SLAVE CLK
CH 33-40
CH 25-32
FORMAT A
OUT
SLAVE CLK
WORD SYNC
AES
SYNC
or
CURRENT FUSE
1.0-0.5A
2.5A
SLOW
CH 41-48
THRU
CH 1-8
PALO ALTO
MADE IN THE U.S.A.
VAC
100-240
50/60Hz
IN
IN
MADI A
AES SYNC
OUT
IN 1
OUT 1
IN 2
FORMAT B
OUT 2
MADI B
Figure 3-28 FC727/726 Front and Rear Panels
The FC727 Format Converter provides 56 sample-rate selectable, AES/EBU inputs and
outputs. It also allows direct connection to the following third-party digital formats: TDIF,
ProDigi, SDIF-2, ADAT Optical, and Pro Tools.
Power Connector (IEC): Accepts standard IEC power cord (provided). An autoranging
switching supply accepts voltages between 100–240 VAC, 50–60 Hz.
Format A Common Connectors (seven DB-50): Connects to third-party devices. Each
connector provides eight bidirectional channels. Appropriate adapters must be used for
each format to connect the third-party devices. Specify cable requirements at time of order.
See Table 3-8 through Table 3-11 for pinout specifications.
Format A AES Connectors (seven DB-25): Connects to AES devices. Each connector
provides eight bidirectional channels (four AES pairs). Specify cable requirements at time
of order.
MADI A In 1 / MADI A Out 1 (two BNC): The MADI A In/Out Ports interface with nonEuphonix MADI devices. At 48 kHz, MADI A provides 56 channels of 24-bit audio; at
96 kHz, 28 channels of 24-bit audio channels (cable not provided).
Format A AES Sync In (female XLR): Connect an AES Sync signal to this XLR connector
to synchronize the Format A MADI signal. According to the AES specification, to operate
correctly the AES sync signal must use the same sample rate as the incoming MADI signal
(cable not provided).
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SDIF-2 or Slave Clock In (BNC): This connector can receive either an SDIF or Slave
Clock Sync signal (the FC727 automatically detects the signal type). An SDIF device must
send a Word Sync signal to this connector to interface properly. Slave Clock is a sync signal
(commonly implemented in Pro Tools systems and referred to as a super-clock) that runs
at 256 times the sample rate. Pro Tools users may optionally connect the Slave Clock output
from another Digidesign audio interface or synchronization unit (i.e., 888-24) to the Slave
Clk In connector to synchronize both devices. Cable not provided.
Slave Clock Out (BNC): Pro Tools users may optionally connect the Slave Clk Out to another Digidesign audio interface or synchronization unit (i.e., 888-24) to synchronize both
devices. This allows both a Digidesign I/O unit and the FC727 to be connected to the same
Pro Tools computer. If Slave Clk In has a valid sync signal, it is passed through to Slave
Clk Out. If Slave Clk In does not have a valid sync signal, the lowest numbered bank of
eight inputs that is locked and in use is selected as the clock source (cable not provided).
MADI B In 1 / MADI B Out 1 (two BNC): Connect these MADI Ports to the DF64 or
optional SH612 Studio Hub (cable provided).
Format B AES Sync In (female XLR): Connect this port to a digital sync reference.
Format B AES Sync Thru (male XLR): This signal is active regardless of selected sync
source.
Format B Word In (BNC): Connect this port to a digital sync reference.
Format B Word Out (BNC): This signal is active regardless of selected sync source.
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Table 3-7 AES/EBU DB-25 Pinout
Pin
Description
Pin 1
Pin 2
N/C
Channel 1 / 2 In (COLD)
Pin 3
Channel 3 / 4 In (GND)
Pin 4
Channel 3 / 4 In (HOT)
Pin 5
Channel 5 / 6 In (COLD)
Pin 6
Channel 7 / 8 In (GND)
Pin 7
Channel 7 / 8 In (HOT)
Pin 8
Channel 1 / 2 Out (COLD)
Pin 9
Channel 3 / 4 Out (GND)
Pin 10
Channel 3 / 4 Out (HOT)
Pin 11
Channel 5 / 6 Out (COLD)
Pin 12
Channel 7 / 8 Out (GND)
Pin 13
Channel 7 / 8 Out (HOT)
Pin 14
Channel 1 / 2 In (GND)
Pin 15
Channel 1 / 2 In (HOT)
Pin 16
Channel 3/ 4 In (COLD)
Pin 17
Channel 5 / 6 In (GND)
Pin 18
Channel 5 / 6 In (HOT)
Pin 19
Channel 7 / 8 In (COLD)
Pin 20
Channel 1 / 2 Out (GND)
Pin 21
Channel 1 / 2 Out (HOT)
Pin 22
Channel 3 / 4 Out (COLD)
Pin 23
Channel 5 / 6 Out (GND)
Pin 24
Channel 5 / 6 Out (HOT)
Pin 25
Channel 7 / 8 Out (COLD)
NOTE: In and Out are from the FC727’s perspective.
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Table 3-8 Common DB-50 Connector Pinout and Usage With Third-party Devices
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
Common Connector
(DB50 Female)
In 1+
In 1In 2+
In 2In 3+
In 3In 4+
In 4GND
In 5+/GP In A
In 5In 6+/GP In B
In 6In 7+/GP In C
In 7In 8+/GP In D
In 8Cable ID2
Cable ID1
Cable ID0
Bit Clk In+
Bit Clk InGND
Word Clk In+
Word Clk InOut 1+
Out 1Out 2+
Out 2Out 3+
Out 3Out 4+
Out 4Out 5+/GP Out A
Out 5Out 6+/GP Out B
Out 6Out 7+/GP Out C
Out 7Out 8+/GP Out D
Out 8Bit Clk Out+
Bit Clk OutGND
Word Clk Out+
Word Clk OutExtra In/GP In E+
Extra In/GP In ENC
GND
SDIF usage
In 1+
In 1In 3+
In 3In 5+
In 5In 7+
In 7GND
In 2+
In 2In 4+
In 4In 6+
In 6In 8+
In 80 (tie to pin 23)
0 (tie to pin 23)
1 (NC)
NC
NC
GND
NC
NC
Out 1+
Out 1Out 3+
Out 3Out 5+
Out 5Out 7+
Out 7Out 2+
Out 2Out 4+
Out 4Out 6+
Out 6Out 8+
Out 8NC
NC
GND
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
GND
TDIF usage
NC
In 1/2
NC
In 3/4
NC
In 5/6
NC
In 7/8
GND
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
0 (tie to pin 23)
1 (NC)
0 (tie to pin 23)
NC
NC
GND
In LR Clk
NC
NC
Out 1/2
NC
Out 3/4
NC
Out 5/6
NC
Out 7/8
FS0 out
NC
FS1 out
NC
Emph Out
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
GND
Out LR Clk
NC
NC
NC
NC
GND
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ProDigi usage
In 1+
In 1In 3+
In 3In 5+
In 5In 7+
In 7GND
In 2+
In 2In 4+
In 4In 6+
In 6In 8+
In 80 (tie to pin 23)
1 (NC)
1 (NC)
Bit Clk In+
Bit Clk InGND
Word Clk In+
Word Clk InOut 1+
Out 1Out 3+
Out 3Out 5+
Out 5Out 7+
Out 7Out 2+
Out 2Out 4+
Out 4Out 6+
Out 6Out 8+
Out 8Bit Clk Out+
Bit Clk OutGND
Word Clk Out+
Word Clk OutNC
NC
NC
GND
ADAT usage
In 1/2
NC
In 3/4
NC
In 5/6
NC
In 7/8
NC
GND
Error In
NC
User0 In
NC
User1 In
NC
Mstr/Slv IN
NC
1 (NC)
0 (tie to pin 23)
0 (tie to pin 23)
Bit Clk In
NC
GND
Word Clk In
GND
Out 1/2
NC
Out 3/4
NC
Out 5/6
NC
Out 7/8
NC
Mute Out
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
Bit Clk Out
GND
GND
Word Clk Out
GND
DVCO In
NC
Vcc
GND
ProTools
In 1/2+
In 1/2In 3/4+
In 3/4In 5/6+
In 5/6In 7/8+
In 7/8GND
ICR_WC+
ICR_WCICR_BC+
ICR_BCICR_SD+
ICR_SDICR_AD+
ICR_AD1 (NC)
0 (tie to pin 23)
1
Bit Clk In+
Bit Clk InGND
Word Clk In+
Word Clk InOut 1/2+
Out 1/2Out 3/4+
Out 3/4Out 5/6+
Out 5/6Out 7/8+
Out 7/8NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
Bit Clk Out+
Bit Clk OutGND
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
GND
Euphonix System 5 Installation Guide
System 5 Components
Table 3-9 FC727 TDIF Cable Wiring Specification
Connector Pin Connection
J1
1 NC
J1
2 J2-1
J1
3 NC
J1
4 J2-2
J1
5 NC
J1
6 J2-3
J1
7 NC
J1
8 J2-4
J1
9 J2-7,24,25
J1
10 NC
J1
11 NC
J1
12 NC
J1
13 NC
J1
14 NC
J1
15 NC
J1
16 NC
J1
17 NC
J1
18 J1-23
J1
19 NC
J1
20 J1-23
J1
21 NC
J1
22 NC
J1
23 J2-17,J1-18,J1-20
J1
24 J2-5
J1
25 NC
J1
26 NC
J1
27 J2-13
J1
28 NC
J1
29 J2-12
J1
30 NC
J1
31 J2-11
J1
32 NC
J1
33 J2-10
J1
34 J2-8
J1
35 NC
J1
36 J2-20
J1
37 NC
J1
38 J2-21
J1
39 NC
J1
40 NC
J1
41 NC
J1
42 NC
J1
43 NC
J1
44 J2-22,23
J1
45 J2-9
J1
46 NC
J1
47 NC
J1
48 NC
J1
49 NC
J1
50 J2-14,15,16
Description
In 1/2
In 3/4
In 5/6
In 7/8
GND
Notes:
J1 = DB-50 male
J2 = DB-25 male
Twisted pairs:
J2-1/14
J2-2/15
J2-3/16
J2-4/17
J2-5/7
J2-9/22
J2-11/23
J2-12/24
J2-13/25
The rest don't matter
Cable ID
Cable ID
Cable ID
GND
Word Clock In
In and Out are from the FC727's perspective.
Out 1/2
Out 3/4
Out 5/6
Out 7/8
FS0 Out
FS1 Out
Emph Out
GND
Word Clock Out
GND
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Table 3-10 FC727 Pro Tools Cable Wiring Specification
Connector Pin Connection
J1
1 J2-17
J1
2 J2-42
J1
3 J2-16
J1
4 J2-41
J1
5 J2-1
J1
6 J2-26
J1
7 J2-18
J1
8 J2-43
J1
9 J2-2
J1
10 J2-5
J1
11 J2-30
J1
12 J2-3
J1
13 J2-28
J1
14 J2-21
J1
15 J2-46
J1
16 J2-23
J1
17 J2-48
J1
18 NC
J1
19 J1-23
J1
20 NC
J1
21 J2-19
J1
22 J2-44
J1
23 J1-19,J2-13
J1
24 J2-11
J1
25 J2-36
J1
26 J2-7
J1
27 J2-32
J1
28 J2-8
J1
29 J2-33
J1
30 J2-25
J1
31 J2-50
J1
32 J2-24
J1
33 J2-49
J1
34 NC
J1
35 NC
J1
36 NC
J1
37 NC
J1
38 NC
J1
39 NC
J1
40 NC
J1
41 NC
J1
42 J2-9
J1
43 J2-34
J1
44 J2-38
J1
45 NC
J1
46 NC
J1
47 NC
J1
48 NC
J1
49 NC
J1
50 J2-27
Description
In 1/2+
In 1/2In 3/4+
In 3/4In 5/6+
In 5/6In 7/8+
In 7/8GND
ICR_WC+
ICR_WCICR_BC+
ICR_BCICR_SD+
ICR_SDICR_AD+
ICR_ADCable ID
Cable ID
Cable ID
Bit Clk In+
Bit Clk In-
Notes:
J1 = DB-50 male
J2 =50-pin high density SCSI-2-style female
Jx-x
Jx-x
denotes twisted pair
In and Out are from the FC727's perspective.
GND
Word Clk In+
Word Clk InOut 1/2+
Out 1/2Out 3/4+
Out 3/4Out 5/6+
Out 5/6Out 7/8+
Out 7/8-
Bit Clk Out+
Bit Clk OutGND
GND
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System 5 Components
Table 3-11 FC727 SDIF Cable Wiring Specification
Connector Pin Connection
J1
1 J4-2
J1
2 J4-1
J1
3 J4-6
J1
4 J4-5
J1
5 J4-10
J1
6 J4-9
J1
7 J4-14
J1
8 J4-13
J1
9 NC (GND)
J1
10 J4-4
J1
11 J4-3
J1
12 J4-8
J1
13 J4-7
J1
14 J4-12
J1
15 J4-11
J1
16 J4-16
J1
17 J4-15
J1
18 J1-23
J1
19 J1-23
J1
20 NC
J1
21 NC
J1
22 NC
J1
23 J1-18,19
J1
24 NC
J1
25 NC
J1
26 J5-2
J1
27 J5-1
J1
28 J5-6
J1
29 J5-5
J1
30 J5-10
J1
31 J5-9
J1
32 J5-14
J1
33 J5-13
J1
34 J5-4
J1
35 J5-3
J1
36 J5-8
J1
37 J5-7
J1
38 J5-12
J1
39 J5-11
J1
40 J5-16
J1
41 J5-15
J1
42 NC
J1
43 NC
J1
44 NC
J1
45 NC
J1
46 NC
J1
47 NC
J1
48 NC
J1
49 NC
J1
50 NC
Description
In 1+
In 1In 3+
In 3In 5+
In 5In 7+
In 7In 2+
In 2In 4+
In 4In 6+
In 6In 8+
In 8Cable ID
Cable ID
Cable ID
Notes:
J1,J2,J3 = DB-50 male
J4 = DB-50 male
J5 = DB-50 female
Jx-x
Jx-x
denotes twisted pair
In and Out are from the FC727's perspective.
GND
Out 1+
Out 1Out 3+
Out 3Out 5+
Out 5Out 7+
Out 7Out 2+
Out 2Out 4+
Out 4Out 6+
Out 6Out 8+
Out 8-
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System 5 Components
GP132
1
2
MIDI
3
MMC
4
N.O.
5
C.C.
6
SysX
7
P2
8
EsBus
EAddr
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16 Clear All
Relays Only
Setup
GP132
17
Net
18
NAddr
19
20
21
22
23
24T
24
32T
25
48T
26
64T
27
96T
28
S/R
29
GP132
RT1
1-8
RT2
9-16
RT3
17-24
T: pulse
30
T: -ve
RS422
RT4
25-32
S 1
31
R: pulse
32
R: NC
MIDI
NET
S2
Relays + Tallies
IN
THRU
OUT
IN
THRU
OUT
AC INPUT 100V TO 260V
50 TO 60 HZ
S3
O
I
RT1
RT2
RT3
S 1
RT4
S2
S3
Figure 3-29 GP132 Front and Rear Panels
NOTE: The maximum length for any MIDI cable is 10 m. Cables over this length may
cause data loss (this is the MIDI specification).
Input and Output Connections
INPUT
INPUT PIN
10K
COMMON PIN
TLP620
OUTPUT
OUTPUT PIN
COMMON PIN
Figure 3-30 GP132 Input and Output Connections
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Connector Pinouts (DB-25 RT1–RT4)
Table 3-12 GP132 Outputs
RT1
RT2
RT3
RT4
PIN
1
9
17
25
2
2
10
18
26
16
3
11
19
27
5
4
12
20
28
19
5
13
21
29
8
6
14
22
30
22
7
15
23
31
11
8
16
24
32
25
Common
Common
Common
Common
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Table 3-13 GP132 Inputs
RT1
RT2
RT3
RT4
PIN
1
9
17
25
1
2
10
18
26
15
3
11
19
27
4
4
12
20
28
18
5
13
21
29
7
6
14
22
30
21
7
15
23
31
10
8
16
24
32
24
Common
Common
Common
Common
3,6,9,12,14,
17,20,23
WARNING: If power fails on the GP132, none of the relays will function. After restoring
power, the GP132 resets ALL relays.
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System 5 Components
TT007
The TT007 is an optional rack-mount device that provides machine control for all Euphonix consoles. The TT007 allows the console to become the single, centralized machine
control hub within any studio. Virtually every machine, in or out of the control room, can
be remotely controlled from the console at the press of a button. The flexibility gained from
the addition of the TT007 is unprecedented. These are a few of the many features that can
be seamlessly implemented with the TT007:
•
Entire machine networks can be configured and set into motion directly from
the console.
•
user nameable, instantly accessible locate points
•
automatic transport cycling
•
jogging and variable shuttle
•
control tape decks, DAWs, and other synchronizers
All timecode formats and frame rates are supported, including MIDI Time Code (MTC)
and external video sync. MIDI Machine Control (MMC), the TimeLine Lynx™ network,
and Sony 9-pin (P2) protocols work right “out of the box” to insure that starting to work
with the TT007 is quick and easy. Three MIDI and three serial machine ports are available.
The TT007 also has a built-in timecode generator and LTC reader.
Port keys
Timecode Timecode
Format Readouts
LCD Display
Menu keys
Preset #
1
S1
S2
2
3
S3
4
PC
5
VI
UP
NEXT
EXIT
>>
S1s S2 S3 -- Vi- 30:S TG 00:50:02:06
M1s M2c M3 TR TG P:01 M2 00:50:02.06
TT007
6
VIDEO
OUT TC WINDOW
M1
7
M2
8
M3
9
0
TCR
TCG
<<
DOWN
PREV
0>
ENTER
MIDI M1
TT007
RS422
IN SYNC
Data Wheel
Transport Status Icon
S 1
S 2
S 3
S 4
S 1
S 2
S 3
S 4
M2
M3
TR IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
TG OUT
AC INPUT 100V TO 260V
50 TO 60 HZ
O
I
OUT TC WINDOW
IN SYNC
Video In
Video Out/Thru
Serial Ports (S 1-3)
Expansion Port
MIDI Ports (M 1-3)
TR IN
TIMECODE
TG OUT
Timecode Reader
Timecode Generator
(TR In)
(TG Out)
Figure 3-31 TT007 front and rear panels
The TT007’s front panel is very easy to master. Dedicated Port buttons instantly access individual assignments for each machine control Port. Any Port can be defined as a master,
controller, or slave. A single master acts as the synchronization source for all machines in
the network.
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The transport controls of the master machine can drive the network but the TT007 is unique
in its ability to accept transport commands from additional control surfaces and relay those
commands to the master machine. Any controller device in the studio defined as a controller
(and on-line) has direct access to the master machine. This gives the engineer new freedom
to issue commands from the most convenient place in the studio at any given moment: Hit
Play on the sequencer, turn around and press Stop on the workstation to make an edit, then
pull forward and hit Play on the console to continue the mix!
The built-in SMPTE/EBU generator can supply the master timecode source when random access machine control is desired, or for machines unable to generate their own timecode.
Two readouts on the front panel LCD display incoming timecode from any selected Port.
Additionally, a video burn-in window can be set to display one of the eight available timecode sources. The burn-in window can be superimposed on a video monitor by simply passing a composite video signal through the TT007 video reference input.
The TT007 stores 50, user-defined presets that are instantly recalled when needed. The presets store customized machine control configurations including Port configurations, timecode formats, sync preferences, and window displays.
The transport controls on the TT007 are similar to most tape machines: Play, Stop, Fast
Forward and Rewind are all clearly marked on the front panel. Transport mode allows control of any one of the seven ports or the timecode generator from the transport keys and the
front panel Data Wheel.
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