71-1423rB NetWave Dual Fader Quick Guide

71-1423rB NetWave Dual Fader Quick Guide
99-1423 DUAL FADER PANEL
BUS ASSIGNMENT
Pressing a PROGRAM and OFFLINE button
assigns/unassigns the channel to one or
more output buses. The PROGRAM bus
audio is post-fader and post on/off. The
OFFLINE bus is pre-switch and, typically,
pre-fader when used with telephone callers.
DUAL FADER PANEL
CONTROL SUMMARY
CHANNEL FADER
Controls the level of the channel source that
goes to the assigned Program buses. Typically,
the Offline bus level is not controlled by the
fader (it is pre-fader), although the console
can be set up so Offline is also post-fader.
If Program Button Protect mode is active,
PROGRAM buttons must be “double-clicked”
(quickly pressed twice) to change their state.
CUE ON/OFF CONTROL
Press to light the Cue button and to feed the
channel's source (pre-fader and pre-on/off) to
the cue speaker, the Aux Meter, and to the
operator headphones when AutoCue is lit. To
turn cue off, press the lit cue button, or turn
the channel on (when a channel source is set
as a Telco, cue does not turn off when the
channel is turned on).
SOURCE SELECTION
Each channel has two input sources: A and B.
A source button and label are lit to indicate the
active source. To switch sources, press the
unlit A or B button. The TAKE button will wink.
Pressing the winking TAKE button switches
the active source if the channel is off. When
the channel is on, pressing TAKE forces the
channel off before taking the source. If TAKE
is not pressed, the button turns off after
three seconds and the source is unchanged.
The cue button is a latching button except
when the source is a Control Room Mic. It is
then momentary since activating cue mutes
the control room monitors and cue speaker.
ON & OFF CONTROL
Press ON to assign the channel’s audio to the
selected Program buses and to light up the On
button. Press OFF to remove the audio from
the selected buses and to light the Off button.
Note: If the channel source is using Ready
control the button may not light, or may
wink, when the channel is turned off.
Note: Refer to the Quick Guides for the Dual
Router Kit (71-1424) or the Dual Selector Kit
(71-1428) for the operational changes that
occur when one of those kits are installed. The
NetWave manual (75-60) offers additional
operational details on using the Dual Fader
Panel.
INSTALLATION NOTES
NetWave Dual Fader panels can be removed or installed with the console powered and on-air. However, when plugging in a
new panel it assumes the previous panel’s button settings as its current fader positions are read. This can lead to “surprise
audio” appearing on a bus if either channel is left on, the fader is up, and there is an active source audio. We recommend
that all buttons be unassigned, both channels be turned off, and both faders set to full off before removing or installing any
dual fader, dual router, or dual selector panel.
Dual Fader Panel and Red Cable
DUAL FADER INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
If an optional upgrade kit will be installed in the Dual Fader panel, follow the
installation procedure provided with the kit before installing the panel.
Red cable
(part of the
console's
chassis
assembly)
1. Use a 2mm hex driver (PRE70-57 or equivalent) to remove the four hex
screws on the blank panel or on a Dual Fader panel that’s being replaced.
Remove the panel. Save the four screws. They are reused in Step 5.
2. A red cable will be plugged into a “red” RJ45 connector labeled "Fader Panel
CH A & B" (A & B are the two channel numbers that the dual fader controls).
When a new panel replaces an existing panel, unplug the cable from J5 on the
old Dual Fader panel. On a blank slot, the red cable is plugged into the red RJ45
connector and tie-wrapped. Cut the tie-wrap and unfold the red cable.
J5
3. Hold the new panel, without pressing on any front panel buttons, and plug
the red cable into J5. If the console is powered allow the panel to start up (just
a few seconds) then press a bus assignment button to verify it lights up to
confirm the panel is properly connected.
4. Arrange the red cable so that it does not get pinched as the panel is set onto
the upper and lower chassis mounting tabs.
RJ45 Labeling (below the
Dual Fader on Chassis)
5. Fasten the panel to the chassis using the four screws removed in step 1.
6. On a new dual fader panel, refer to the 75-60 NetWave manual for details on
setting up the new panel. The Installation chapter covers assigning A and B
sources and setting logic control for one or both channels. On a replacement
panel, no adjustments or setting changes are required.
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Blue CAT5 cable from J3
(only present with the
optional Dual Router or
Dual Selector upgrade kit)
QUICK GUIDE, NETWAVE DUAL FADER PANEL
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DATE
Nov 5, 2014
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