MAX 8.8 – MAX8.8D MAX8.16 – MAX8.16D

MAX 8.8 – MAX8.8D MAX8.16 – MAX8.16D
MusiCall
Installation manual
MAX 8.8 – MAX8.8D
MAX8.16 – MAX8.16D
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Safety instructions
1
All safety instructions, warnings and operating instructions must be read first.
2
All warnings on the equipment must be heeded.
3
The operating instructions must be followed.
4
Keep the operating instructions for future reference.
5
The equipment may never be used in the immediate vicinity of water; make sure that
water and damp cannot get into the equipment.
6
The equipment may only be installed or fitted in accordance with the manufacturers
recommendations.
7
The equipment must be installed or fitted such that good ventilation is not obstructed
in any way.
8
The equipment may never be installed in the immediate vicinity of sources of heat,
such as parts of heating units, boilers, and other equipment which generates heat
(including amplifiers).
9
Connect the equipment to a power supply of the correct voltage, using only the
cables recommended by the manufacturer, as specified in the operating instructions
and/or shown on the connection side of the equipment.
10
The equipment may only be connected to a legally approved earthened mains power
supply.
11
The power cable or power cord must be positioned such that it cannot be walked on
in normal use, and objects which might damage the cable or cord cannot be placed
on it or against it. Special attention must be paid to the point at which the cable is
attached to the equipment and where the cable is connected to the power supply.
12
Ensure that foreign objects and liquids cannot get into the equipment.
13
The equipment must be cleaned using the method recommended by the
manufacturer.
14
If the equipment is not being used for a prolonged period, the power cable or power
cord should be disconnected from the power supply.
15
In all cases where there is a risk, following an incident, that the equipment could be
unsafe, such as:
if the power cable or power cord has been damaged
if foreign objects or liquids (including water) have entered the equipment
if the equipment has suffered a fall or the casing has been damaged
if a change in the performance of the equipment is noticed
it must be checked by appropriately qualified technical staff.
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16 The user may not carry out any work on the equipment other than that specified in the
operating instructions.
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Introduction
MusiCall central matrix
The Musicall paging system is an audio distribution system, capable of distributing
multiple sources into 8 or up to 16 independent zones. Using the control units
(MRC) or the internal webpage, each zone can remotely select it’s own audio source
and volume setting.
Matrix models
The MAX series matrices are available in four models.
The MAX8.8 is the standard central matrix.
Model with 8 stereo/mono zones, 8 stereo/
16 mono RCA inputs and optional 8 local
audio inputs. Each can be equipped with it’s
own MRC wall controller and MRA local
audio input. Configuration and control
possible using the internal webserver.
The MAX8.8D is the DAB+ central matrix
equipped with a quadruple DAB+/FM and
WEB tuner.
Model with 8 stereo/mono zones, 3 stereo/ 6
mono RCA inputs and optional 8 local audio
inputs. Each can be equipped with it’s own
MRC wall controller and MRA local audio
input. Configuration and control possible
using the internal webserver.
The MAX8.16 is the standard central matrix.
Model with 8 stereo/16mono zones, 8 stereo/
16 mono RCA inputs and optional 16 local
audio inputs. Each can be equipped with it’s
own MRC wall controller and MRA local
audio input. Configuration and control
possible using the internal webserver.
De MAX8.16D is the DAB+ central matrix
equipped with a quadruple DAB+/FM and
WEB tuner.
Model with 8 stereo/16mono zones, 3 stereo/
6 mono RCA inputs and optional 16 local
audio inputs. Each can be equipped with it’s
own MRC wall controller and MRA local
audio input. Configuration and control
possible using the internal webserver.
Musicall MAX8.8
Musicall MAX8.8D
Musicall MAX8.16
Musicall MAX8.16D
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Matrix connections
Audio inputs
The Matrix allows to connect several audio inputs
like CD players, MP3 players, computers or
satellite receivers.
Zone control
To control the different audio zones
wall controllers can be connected to the
matrix. Using these controllers each
zone can select an audio source and
set it’s desired volume. Further more
two paging consoles can be connected.
Audio outputs
The audio outputs are standard unbalanced line
level signal. These outputs can be used to
connect the (distribution) amplifiers for each
zone. Using 100 volt amplifiers multiple speakers
can be connected to a single zone.
Remote inputs
Each matrix has five remote connections and a priority
telephone/audio input. Three inputs can be used to activate
room combining. One input can be used to activate the priority
audio input. The last input can be used to connect an external
system mute for fire alert and evacuation purposes. The telephone/audio input can
be configured to auto answer or audio detect.
Logic IO
Using the logic IO paging can be remotely activated. The logic
output scan be configured to externally activate signals or relays.
The I/O connection can be set to groups 1…8 or 9…16.
Configuration
The matrix can easily be configured and controlled using a
computer or tablet. For this the MAX matrix must be
connected to the local LAN network (Ethernet).
Using the RS232 communication port external home automation can be connected.
The USB connection is available for service purposes only.
Link
Through the link interface multiple MAX8.16 and MAX8.16D matrices
can be connected making paging possible through out the complete
system.
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Connecting the system
Connecting audio sources
Several standard line level RCA audio sources
can be connected to the Musicall Matrix.
The Musical matrix handles both mono and
stereo sources. Connecting a stereo source to a
mono output will result in a summed mono signal.
Differences between independent audio sources can be adjusted within the
configuration. For this check the ‘configuration’ part in the manual.
Connecting balanced output audio sources
Devices using a balanced audio output can be connected using a converter cable.
The converter cable needs to be
XLR-Female
RCA
connected like this:
1
2
3
•
Connect pin 2 on the XLR to the signal pin on the RCA
connector
•
Connect pin 1 and 3 on the XLR to the ground
connection on the RCA connector
Connecting apmplifiers
The amplifiers are connected to the outputs on
the Musicall matrix. These outputs are standard
line level RCA and can be switched between
stereo and mono. How to connect your amplifier
can be found in the amplifier manual.
Devices using ballanced inputs
Devices using ballanced audio input scan be connected using a converter cable.
These cables can be made using
XLR-Male
RCA
the following schematic:
1
2
3
•
•
•
Connect pin 2 on the XLR to the signal pin on the RCA
connector
Connect pin 1 and 3 to the ground connection on the
RCA connector
When light noise appears disconnect pin 1.
Antenna
To be able to use the internal tuners on the MAX8.8D and MAX8.16D an
antenna needs to be connected. This antenna can be a CAI (Central
Antenna Installation) or external outdoor antenna. For the use of DAB+
check your CAI distributor if DAB+ is supported. If DAB+ is not supported
an external DAB+ / FM antenna needs to be connected. The antenna is
connected to the F-connector on the back of the MAX matrix.
When using the WEB stream encoder the MAX matrix needs to be connected to a
local (Ethernet) network with internet access.
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Connecting Wallunits
Connect the Wallunits to the matrix
using a two wire cable. The two wires
supply both power and data. Commonly
unshielded cable can be used. When
installed in a high distorted area
shielded cable is recommended.
The wallunits are connected to the green connectors on the back of the matrix. For
each zone one connector is available.
Wallunits are not polarity sensitive. Each zone can be equipped with two
parallel connected wallunits. Both wallunits control and act in the same way.
This especially can be usefull when a room has more entrances.
Controlling the zone is also possible using the user webpage fort hat specific
zone. Each zone can be independently controlled adjusting volume, EQ and
source settings.
To the
WallUnit
Connecting local audio inputs
The local audio inputs are connected to the two outer pins on the green
connector. Each zone can be equipped with one local audio input.
In contrast to the wallunits, the local audio inputs are polarity sensitive.
Connecting swapping the + and – will not result in damage to the system.
When not connected in the right way no audio will be fed through. The
MRA1 is equipped with an internal gain trimmer to adjust input sensitivity.
To the
To avoid distortion the local audio inputs must be connected using shielded local input
+
cable. Best is to use standard shielded microphone cable. The cable shield
can be connected to the ground on the local audio input. If needed the
shield can also be connected to the ground on the matrix.
!
- +
Isolate local audio input cables from speaker and power cables. Do not
put them in the same cable tray or cable bundle. Isolate cables for local
audio inputs and wallunit cables. Do not use a single multipair cable for
audio and data.
Connecting Consoles
Rear view
local audio input
Two paging consoles can be connected to the matrix. The paging consoles
are connected using a four wire cable. Two wires for data and two for audio.
Normally unshielded cable can be used how ever shielded cable is
advisable.
One pair needs to be connected to the central connections, the other pair to
the outer connections. Both pairs are polarity insensitive. When using the
supplied connector cable the red and green wire are connected to the inner
connections, the black and yellow are connected to the two outer
connections.
To the
console
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Connecting remote inputs
Telephone
The Audio/Pots connection allows to connect a Pots line to
call paging to selected zones. The Pots input automatically
answers calls and starts paging to the selected zones. On call
drop the zones return to their previous state. Connect A and B
from the Pots line to the Audio/Pots connection
Roomcombining
Remote connections 1, 2 and 3 are assigned to the roomcombining groups 1, 2 and
3. By shorting the two contacts, the logic becomes active. Configuring the
roomcombining groups can be found in the configuration chapter.
Priority audio
Priority audio can be connected to the Audio/Pots input. When using a logic trigger
remote input 4 must be connected. By shorting remote input 4 the audio input
becomes active. The audio input can also be activated by audio detections. How to
configure this can be found in the configuration chapter..
System mute
Remote input 5 can be connected to act as system mute for emergency use. The
input can be set to normal open or normal close.
Logic IO
Through the logic I/O pacing can be externally activated or read
out. This making external signalling or external paging possible.
The I/O can be set to act on paging groups 1…8 or 9…16.
SUB-D 25 aansluitingen:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Gnd
Gnd
In 1
In 2
In 3
In 4
+24V in
In 5
In 6
In 7
In 8
Gnd
Gnd
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Gnd
Out 1
Out 2
Out 3
Out 4
+24V in
+24V in
Out 5
Out 6
Out 7
Out 8
Gnd
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Frequently asked questions
• After connecting the Wallunit the text ‘Musicall Please wait…’, and after some
time ‘No data from host…’ appears?
Check the voltage on the wallunits connector with the wallunit connected.
In a normal situation this should be approximately 24Vdc. On a very long
cable length this could be slightly lower because of the voltage drop over the
cable. The wallunits will work up to 13Vdc.
When the voltage without the wallunit is 15Vdc, it is very likely that the cable
is connected to the outermost pins at the matrix side. These two pins are to
be used by the MRA instead!
•
When I select the local input, and adjust the volume I can hear a high-pitch
buzzing sound?
When the MRA and wallunit cable are in parallel they will interfere with
each other. It is recommended to use a shielded cable for the MRA and a
separate cable for the wallunit.
•
What are the maximum cable lengts?
The maximum cable length for connecting the MRC wallunit is 1500 meter.
The maximum cable length for connecting the MPC console is 200 meter.
The maximum cable length for connecting the audio input is 200 meter.
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Configuring the system
This part of the manual explaines how to configure the matrices. Normally these
settings are made once and adjusted when needed. A backup for all settings can be
made. If needed a system restore can be done to factory default or previous saved
settings.
Connecting a computer
The computer must be connected to the matrix using a UTP patchcable. The matrix
can also e connected to an existing networkby connecting the network to the
Ethernet
port
on
the
matrix.
Connected directly to a computer both
normal and cross patch cables can be
used.
!
When directly connected to the matrix
an IP address must be manually
assigned to the computer.
The MAX matrix can be configured using http://musicall/config.html . It can also be
reached using http://[matrix IP address]/config.html. If the IP address of the matrix is
unknown the matrix can be found using the Musicall_lookup program. The IP
address can also be found by connecting an MRC wallunit. The MRC wallunit will
display the matrix IP address on startup.
Supported browsers for configuring the matrix are:
•
!
Firefox 25 and up
Google Chrome 17 and up
Internet Explorer is no longer supported.
Make sure to keep your browser up to date. Always use the latest version.
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General
The general tab sets the general matrix settings. First is to
select the preferred language. One of four languages can be
selected:
Dutch
English
German
French
Use the computer mouse to select the preferred language. The matrix will reload the
configuration page into the selected language.
The matrix setting are stored onto the internal SD card.
Also a backup can be made to the computer for later
use or copying them into an other matrix.
Click ‘save’ to store the backup on your computer.
Select a backup file and click ‘restore’ to restore settings from a backup file.
Restoring the settings can be done for each specific
function. The unselected settings will not be affected by
this restore. Select the desired function or functions
and click ‘do restore’.
When connected to the internet the MAX matrix
will automatically use the NTP internet time.
Select the desired timezone to adjust. DST can
be enabled where needed. If no internet access is
available the MAX8.8D and 8.16D can also link to the local RDS time.
When connected to the internet the MAX systems can
download the latest release firmware from the Musicall
servers.
During the update process the matrix will show the following messages:
!
CAREFULL!! Do NOT switch off power during the update process!!
In the top right area on the configuration page the
current state of the matrix is visible. It shows the
current firmware version for all internal systems. The round indicator shows the
communication status between the browser and the matrix.
Green: communication okay
Orange: communication delayed but workable
Red:
no communication
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Inputs
The name of each input can be changed as desired using 12 characters maximum.
The prefered name will be visible on the wallunit and within the user webpages.
Click on the textbox of the input and type the preferred name.
Each auxiliary input can be selected mono or stereo. The checkbox ‘ST’
shows whether the input is used mono or stereo. The auxiliary name
also indicates whether the input is used mono or stereo. A mono input
will show in AUX2-L and AUX2-R. This corresponding to rear of the
matrix.
!
On the MAX8.8D and MAX8.16D the first five auxiliary inputs are used for tuner 1…4
and the web encoder (aux 5). The auxiliary inputs now function as direct outputs
from the tuners and encoder.
Each input can be assigned to be used global trough out
the matrix or can be assigned to a specific zone. When
assigned to a specific zone the input is not available to
other zones. On page 14 the scroll list is explained.
It can occur input levels from different sources are slightly different. These
differences can be corrected using the input gain. Each input can be
independently corrected from -33 to +12dB.
Use the Mouse to adjust the input gain.
!
It is important to adjust all input signals to the same level. Otherwise steps in audio
level can be heard on switching sources.
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Outputs / zones
Each zone can be assigned it’s independent name with a maximum of 12 characters.
The names are visible both on the wallunit and web interface.
Select the textbox to change the output name.
Each output can be selected mono or stereo. The
checkbox ‘ST’ shows whether the output is used mono or
stereo. The output name also indicates whether the input
is used mono or stereo. A mono output will show in
Output2-A and Output2-B. This corresponding to rear of
the matrix.
!
The MAX8.8 and MAX8.8D have the MIX option. When selecting MIX the output
becomes dual mono.
The MAX8.16 and MAX8.16D have the ST option. With this 8 stereo up to 16 mono
zones can be selected.
For each output a default source can be selected. From boot
up the output will start using the assigned source. The
available list corresponds with the assigned source list.
A volume range can be set for each output. This way the minimum and
maximum volume are divided for the user into 50 volume steps. These steps
can be controlled using the wall unit or the user part of internal webserver. The
maximum level also allows to protect the speaker system overshooting it’s
maximum power.
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The default values for each output can be independently set.
Volume, EQ and balance. These values will be set during
after a power cycle. Balance is only available for stereo
selected zones. The EQ settings have a range of + and 12dB. The volume setting has a range of 50 steps within the
set minimum and maximum range.
The main paging volume for each output can be set. This volume setting is set
global for all paging calls including priority audio. Selecting whether or not to
page the independent zones can be set in the paging tab. See page 15 in the
manual.
By selecting Muted the output will default be set to mute. When
pressing ‘volume +’ or ‘volume –‘ the output will return to it’s
default set volume.
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Sourcelist
For each output a list of user selectable audio sources can be made. Each output
uses it’s own list.
Select an output to adjust the sourcelist
Select the desired inputs to move and click on the move button to add them
to the sourcelist. ‘Drag and drop’ also works.
When a tuner is fixed to an output it is possible to add frequency presets to
the sourcelist. Adding these presets is done in the same way as an input by
selecting or ‘drag and drop’.
Removing a single source is done in the same way as adding them. Select
the source that needs to be removed and click on move. ‘Drag and drop’
also works.
!
When a tuner is fixed to an output it is possible to add frequency presets to a
sourcelist. Then a tuner is selected as public source the tuner works on a single
frequency. This frequency can be changed in the configuration webserver.
!
When the webstream encoder is fixed to an output it is possible to add webstream
presets to a sourcelist. Then the webstream encoder is selected as public source the
encoder works on a single webstream. This webstream source can be changed in
the configuration webserver.
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Paging
The matrix has twenty different paging groups where different zones can be added.
Adding zones to a Group is done by
selecting the zone’s checkbox.
Factory default all groups 1…16 are
equal to the zones 1…16.
All paging groups can be set using
the configuration page. Using the Paging console only groups A…D can be set.
Groups 1…16 are locked for the paging panel.
Paging chimes
The paging option includes a play out of a recorded file like a ‘ding-dong’. This short
audio file will be played after closing the GPI contact. After the file has finished
playing the paging microphone will be switched to all selected outputs.
Paging chimes are stored onto the internal storage of the matrix. Supported audio
formats are: mp3, wav en flac.
To enable the chime play out, select the desired file in
the drop down box. The upper for paging panel 1 and
the lower for paging panel 2.
It is possible to upload user custom audio files. Supported
file formats are: MP3, WAV and FLAC.
Press to listen to the file.
Press to remove the file.
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Configuring consoles
The paging console default texts can be changed. Select the drop down box to view
different fields. Select the text field to change the default text.
Paging while muted
Paging can be active during a
system mute. Select the checkbox
to activate. Note not all installations
allow paging while muted.
Backlight settings
Using the slider the backlight time
can be set. After a button press the
backlight will stay on for a set
number of seconds.
Configuring WallUnits
The different wallunit texts can be changed.
These texts are valid for all zones.
RDS information
RDS information can be displayed on the
wallunit when a tuner is selected. By default it
is deselected and the tuner name or preset will
be visible.
EQ setting
When this checkbox is enabled it allows users to change the EQ settings for their
zone. By pressing ‘channel –‘ and ‘volume +’ the user enters the settings menu.
Clock
The display will show a small clock when enabled. On changing the volume settings
the clock will disappear and volume settings will show. After a wile the clock will
reappear.
Mute and roomcombining
Mute and Roomcombining can be enabled to be added into the scrol list. When
disabled both can not be controlled using the wallunit.
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Logic I/O
Using the logic I/O connection
paging can be externally activated
or paging can be signalled. Both the
inputs and outputs can be selected
between groups 1…8 or 9…16.
Remote inputs
Telephone
The Audio/Pots connection allows
to connect a Pots line to call
paging to selected zones. The
Pots input automatically answers
calls and starts paging to the
selected zones. On call drop the
zones return to their previous
state.
The Telephone call will be active in
all selected zones.
Roomcombining
Remotes 1, 2 and 3 are assigned to the roomcombining groups 1, 2 and 3.
Configuring them can be found in the next chapter on page 18.
Priority audio
Priority audio can be connected to the Audio/Pots input.
When using a logic trigger remote input 4 must be
connected. By shorting remote input 4 the audio input
becomes active.
The audio input can also be activated by audio detection.
On detecting an audio signal like commercial playout or
alarm 36dB and up the system will switch over to the
priority input on all selected outputs. The system returns to
it’s previous stat as soon as the signal level drops below 40dB.
System mute
The system mute function allows to mute the complete
matrix using one logic input. This making a link with fire
alert or evac systems possible. The logic can be set to
normal open or normal closed.
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Room combining
The combi tab allows to set the
roomcombining options. Here
eight combinations can be
made, each with it’s own
master.
Select
the
combination, add members
and select the master room.
User access
Through the Access tab user
management is controlled. By
default no users are defined.
Each user can be added to a
single or multiple rooms.
By default users can only reach
the matrix connected within the
LAN. By checking the ‘Access
WAN’ checkbox the matrix
allows external control through
a VPN or public connection
(Internet).
Click ‘Change’ to add or
change a user. The added user
is immediately active and can
access the matrix.
!
When users are added the configuration pages can only be reached by added users
using a username and password. The added users are immediately active. On
changing the first user a fresh login is needed.
When no admin account exists all users can reach the configuration pages.
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Tuners FM
The MAX8.8D and MAX8.16D
are equipped with 50 user
presets shared through out all
four tuners. Within the ‘Radio
stations’ tab these presets
can set.
The FM stations list shows all
available FM presets. A
maximum of 50 presets is
available.
The button ‘new preset list’ activates an automatic search on all
tuners. All available FM stations will automatically be added to the
preset list.
The MAX8.8D and MAX8.16D are equipped with a pre defined
PI list. This PI list allows to automatically add the stations name
to the preset list. This name will be visible within the scroll list and user display. It is
also possible to adapt the preset name. This adapted name will also be used within
the scroll list and user display. Like all in- and outputs the name can contain 12
characters maximum.
Besides the automatic search presets can be manually added.
Frequency up/down.
Previous or next station (automatic search)
Current FM frequency. By double clicking the current frequency the
value can be adjusted.
Add the selected frequency to the preset list.
Select a preset and drag and drop into the trashcan to remove from the list.
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Tuners DAB
The MAX8.8D and MAX8.16D are equipped with user presets. These user presets
are shared on all four tuners. Adding or editing the presets is done within the ‘Radio
stations’ tab.
On the right side all available
stations are set to the list. A
maximum of 50 presets (FM
and DAB+) can be made.
Using the FM/DAB+ radio
button tuners can be set to
either FM or DAB+.
!
By default all tuners are set to FM. For use of DAB+
reception, each tuner can independently be set to
DAB+. After changing FM to DAB+ the DAB+ preset list
is automatically loaded containing al available DAB+
channels.
Note it can take up to 30 seconds before all stations are
loaded depending on signal strength.
The tuner will automatically add names to the DAB+ stations.
These names are collected from the channel data. Same as
inputs and FM presets these names are visible within the user control panel and wall
unit display’s.
Previous or next DAB+ station.
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Tuner WEB
The Web tuner enables the
matrix to receive and play
online audio streams.
The ‘Name’ field shows the current
stream name with a maximum of
12 characters.
Within the ‘URL’ field the source of
the stream can be added or
changed.
Supported stream formats:
MP3
WAV
FLAC
All formats are supported on 44.1KHz (mono or stereo)
Press play to start the stream. Note this can take some seconds.
!
When the Web tuner is fixed to an output it is possible to add webstream presets to
a sourcelist. Then the Web tuner is selected as public source the encoder works on
a single webstream.
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Network settings
By default the MAX Matrix is set to DHCP*. In
a regular DHCP network that supports DNS**
the MAX Matrix can be reached through:
Webserver user interface:
http://musicall/
Webserver configuration interface:
http://musicall/config.html
Where needed, the DHCP client can be
deactivated and a static address can be
entered.
In a network that holds more than one MAC808 or Musicall system, each system will
be displayed in the IP tab. To access these systems, click ‘open’ and the internal
webserver will be accessed.
*DHCP: protocol to supply IP addresses. DHCP offers an automatic network configuration.
**DNS: Resolves an IP address from a domain name. example: http://musicall is resolved to
192.168.0.101
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Technical Specifications
AUDIO INPUTS INPUT 1...8
Signal level...................................................... 0 dBu
Impedance ...................................................... 10 kOhm
Input noise ...................................................... < -78 dB (IHF-A)
Crosstalk between inputs ................................ < -72 dB @ 1kHz
Input attenuators ............................................. -32 dB
Headroom ....................................................... 44 dB
AUDIO OUTPUTS OUTPUT 1...16
Signallevel....................................................... 0 dBu
Impedance ...................................................... 150 Ohm
Main volume adjust ......................................... +12...-60 dB
Output volume adjustment .............................. +12...-60 dB
THD+N............................................................ 0.08% (CCIR-RMS) @ 0dBu
FREQUENCY RESPONCE
Input to output ................................................. 25 Hz...20 kHz (-1 dB)
WALLUNIT CONNECTION
Output voltage................................................. 24V
Maximum output current ................................. 20mA, automatic fuse
CONSOLE CONNECTORS
Output voltage................................................. 24V
Maximum output current ................................. 200mA, automatic fuse
COMMUNICATION
Baudrate RS232 ............................................. 14kbps
USB ................................................................ USB2
Ethernet .......................................................... 10/100MBit auto select
GENERAL
Mains supply
Input voltage ................................................... 110 - 230 VAC +/-10%/ 50 Hz
Power.............................................................. 70 W
DIMENSIONS
Central unit
Front (max.) .................................................... 483 x 132 mm (Bx H)= 19”, 3HE
Depth .............................................................. 215 mm
Weight ............................................................ 5.3 kg Netto
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Voor vragen over het Musicall systeem, accessoires en andere producten kunt u
contact opnemen met:
Dateq Audio Technologies B.V.
De Paal 37
1351 JG Almere
Nederland
Telefoon:
Fax:
E-mail:
Internet:
(036) 54 72 222
(036) 53 17 776
info@musicall.nl
www.musicall.nl
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