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CLEAR SET-UP AND CONFIGURATION
Select amplifier type and activate through
"drag and drop."
Each amplifier is displayed showing address,
operation mode, input level, and network mode
(on-line/off-line). Double-click on one amplifier
link to the individual control panel for more
detail.
Amplifiers and channels may be assigned to
control groups on customized group control
panels with dedicated control parameters.
ADVANCED REMOTE CONTROL AND SUPERVISION
Amplifier Type: P900RL, P1200RL,
P3000RL, P900RT or P1200RT
Name of amplifier (position, use,
loudspeaker group...)
Impedance Load Monitoring
Green = O.K.
Display red = Hi or Low
Channel name (loudspeaker,
component, ...)
Display for protect mode
Threshold of DSP compressor
(yellow) and limiter (blue).
Temperature control
green = perfect, yellow = limit
red = too warm
Display for dynamic limiter of amplifier
Hi resolution output metering in realtime. The yellow LED indicates 0dB for
maximum output power.
Hi resolution input metering
Level (attenuation) control of the
amplifier (infinity to 0dB).
Solo button: mutes all other
channels
MUTE button
Address number of amplifier
POWER On/Off and operation
mode display
Set-Up Button: accesses detailed
control of amplifier, including all
DSP functions (filter, delay,
dynamics)
Monitor LED for stand-by mode
STATE-OF-THE-ART SIGNAL PROCESSING WITH 24 FILTERS,
5 DELAYS , 2 COMPRESSORS AND 2 LIMITERS
Menu control for selection of DSP parameters, speaker assign,
impedance monitoring or protocol.
Each block of DSP functions shows the amount of active parameters.
Filter response, delay times and dynamic settings are displayed as a thumbnail.
The DSP functions are:
Master-EQ with five filters, each selectable as Low or Hi-Shelf,
Low or Hi-Pass, or PEQ.
Input-Delay for channel A, B and A+B, up to 1,000 ms.
Input-Routing (A, B, or A+B).
Channel-EQ with five filters as master EQ and additional all-pass
filter.
Crossover with Hi and Lo-Pass Filter
First to fourth order (Bessel, Butterworth, Linkwitz-Riley)
compressor and limiter per channel.
CLEAR OVERVIEW ON ALL DSP PARAMETERS AND FUNCTIONS
Channel-EQ with five filters.
Display of the filters and their acoustical
impact on the loudspeaker system.
Master EQ with five filters. Display of the
filter response and the acoustical impact
of each filter on the loudspeaker system.
Crossover with each Hi and Lo-Pass per
channel. Impact of all DSP parameters
(filters, delay, level) to acoustical delivery
of the system can be displayed.
Input-Delay for A, B, or sum A+B.
Maximum delay time 1,000 ms. Units:
µs, ms, s, cm, meters, inches, or feet.
Compressor and limiter per output.
Threshold assignable in volts or dBu.
Supervision for each connected loudspeaker with individual upper and lower
thresholds for impedance values. An outof-limit device will show up immediately.
RANGE OF AMPLIFIERS FOR HIGH AND
LOW-IMPEDANCE APPLICATIONS
P3000 RL
The flagship, with 2 x 1300 watts into 4 ohms and 2 x 1800 watts into 2 ohms,
the digital controlled version of the legendary P3000 amplifier. Loudspeaker
outputs on Neutrik Speakon® NL4 connectors.
P1200 RL
The universal with 2 x 600 watts into 4 ohms and 2 x 850 watts into 2 Ohms.
Loudspeaker ouputs on barrier strip.
P900 RL
Featuring 2 x 450 watts into 4 ohms and 2 x 650 watts into 2 ohms, the P900RL
is ideal for HF drive in multi-way systems. Loudspeaker outputs on barrier strip.
P1200 RT
High-impedance output for 100/70V-lines with 2 x 590 watts. The dynamic
limiter circuit includes the output transformer and limits THD to 1% maximum.
Loudspeaker outputs on barrier strip.
P900 RT
High-impedance output for 100/70V-lines with 2 x 410 watts.
Loudspeaker outputs on barrier strip.
Rear panel view P1200 RL
Rear panel view P3000 RL
RCM-24: THE DIGITAL ENGINE WITH MORE THAN 114 dB DYNAMICS FOR
Remote Control
Total Supervision
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• All amplifier operation modes are controlled and monitored
• Automated action procedures on critical operation modes are
programmable
• Full time supervision of loudspeaker lines for short-circuit and
interrupt
• Full frequency bandwidth measurement of speaker impedance
and display of impedance curve showing tolerances
Remote control of all amplifier parameters
Centralized system configuration
Preset and program change for different applications
Control via one or multiple PCs with discretionary access
control
Signal Processing
• 12 filters, 2 delays, compressor and limiter per channel
• RACE Processed Presets for EV speakers available
In and out jacks for CAN bus on RJ45 connectors—CAT-5 cabling
(includes audio monitoring signal) RS-232 interface to connect to
media control systems
Control port with GP in and out termination (0 to 5V) for external
control, free programmable functionality (i.e. integration into
safety and evacuation systems). Audio signal input on XLR
connector, parallel out and DSP out on Phoenix connector.
AD/DA-conversion in 24-bit resolution and 128-times
oversampling (linear phase); internal word length: 48-bit. This
allows the RCM-24 to offer a total dynamic in excess of 114 dB,
an unequalled value for digital signal processing in power
amplifiers.
AUDIO PERFORMANCE, REMOTE CONTROL AND
SUPERVISION AT THE HIGHEST LEVEL
Electro-Voice is famous for its 75 years of experience in designing
and manufacturing loudspeakers and microphones. Many audio
professionals, however, don’t know that it also has 50 years of
design experience in power amplifiers and more than 20 years in
digital audio processing.
An unwavering commitment to satisfying customer needs made
Electro-Voice a leading manufacturer of sound reinforcement
systems for stadiums, arenas, multi-purpose venues, theatres and
cinemas around the globe. Due to their sonic purity and extreme
reliability, EV's amplifiers became established with top concertsound and professional installation projects worldwide. The
Precision Series is the flagship of EV's amplifier line. They employ
the highest levels of design to meet the highest levels of demand.
EV’s new DSP-Controlled P-Series amplifiers combine legendary
performance with uncompromised remote control and system
supervision capability. They use EV’s state-of-the-art signal
processor technologies, and they guarantee superior audio
performance.
DSP CONTROLLED PRECISION SERIES AMPLIFIERS:
Remote control and supervision of up to 250
amplifiers via one or multiple PCs.
Display of the acoustical response of EV
speakers in real-time (RACE)
Central supervision of all amplifiers and connected
loudspeakers
Integration with life-safety systems and control
of external equipment
State-of-the-art signal processing (Filter, Delay,
Level, Dynamics)
Exceptional audio performance and extreme
reliability
SYSTEM DESIGN AND CONFIGURATION
The network of the DSP Controlled Precision Series amplifiers is
controlled via a serial CAN-Bus. Up to 100 amplifiers, over a 1,000
m cable length can be controlled per CAN bus. USB to CAN
conversion is realized with the UCC-1 converter. Network cabling
is based on CAT-5 with RJ-45 connectors; each amplifier features
one input and one output. The audio monitor signal is available on
the XLR connector of the UCC-1.
Controlling more than 100 amplifiers requires another CAN bus.
At this time the control software is able to deal with a maximum
of 250 amplifiers in total. A significant advange of this architecture
is the ability to connect additional control PCs at any position in
the network. The software is able to handle several users, with
discretionary access control.
The DSP of each amplifier stores up to 8 user presets. This allows
system operation, independent of the network control in the
event of a network fault. All DSP settings (filter, eq, delay, level)
will stay in place. The other general-purpose amplifier inputs and
outputs may be used for network-independent preset switching.
For example, a dedicated emergency setting with maximum
power for the vocal band give a network of DSP-Controlled
Precision Series amplifiers the ability to meet highest security and
safety standards.
SMALL SYSTEM CONFIGURATION — HOUSE OF WORSHIP
Midas Venice 320
Switch panel (8 switches)
Audio signal
Congregation
1
Audio signal
2
RJ-45 CAN GP1 and GP2
bus (in) connectors
3
FRi+152/64
FRi+152/64
FRi+122/64
RJ-45 CAN
bus (out)
Audio inputs
(from mixer)
Lobby
4
FRi+2082
To Amp 2
NOTE: All amps link through CAN bus
MEDIUM SYSTEM CONFIGURATION — PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
Crestron¤ touch screen
Midas Legend 3000
QRx153/75
Audio signal
Floor
Balconies
5
1
Audio signal
RJ-45 CAN
bus (in)
RS-232
interface
6
Audio signal
QRx153/75
7
2
8
QRx153/75
RJ-45 CAN
bus (out)
Audio inputs
(from mixer)
9
3
To Amp 2
NOTE: All amps link through CAN bus
10
QRx153/75
4
11
QRx153/75
Audio signal
EVID 4.2 (70/100V)
Dressing Rooms
12
LARGE SYSTEM CONFIGURATION — ARENA
Midas Heritage 3000
PC control station
Audio signal
UCC-1
converter
Audio signal
Main PA
Main PA
1
7
2
8
3
9
4
10
5
11
6
12
Audio signal
RJ-45 CAN
bus (in)
Audio inputs
(from mixer)
RJ-45 CAN
bus (out)
To Amp 2
NOTE: All amps link through CAN bus
FRi+122/64 (two per amp)
Sky boxes
¥ Up to 100 amplifiers per CAN bus
¥ Up to 250 amplifiers per system
¥ Up to 1000m per run
¥ Single run: No loop requirements
FRi+122/64 (two per amp)
Sky boxes
13
19
14
20
15
21
16
22
17
23
18
24
Sx300PI (two per amp)
Under-balcony fill
EVID 4.2 (70/100V)
Concessions area
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
TECHNICAL DATA AND SPECIFICATIONS
Network and General Features
Maximum Configuration
100 amplifiers per CAN bus over a 1,000 meter cable run, 250 amplifiers in total
Supervised Amplifier Parameters
Operation mode, temperature, pilot tone, protection mode status,
impedance of connected speaker system, output current and output voltage
Defective or missing amplifiers, limits, failure protocol
Audio Monitoring
All input and output signals
System Back-Up
Last setting stored initiated upon system activation
PC Control and Software
Multiple PCs possible (discretionary access control), runs in MS Windows 95/98, 2000, NT, XP
Digital Signal Processing
A/D & D/A-converters
24 Bit, Sigma-Delta, 128x Oversampling, linear phase
Sampling Rate
48 kHz
Dynamic Range
> 114 dB
I/O Structure
2 In - 2 Out, flexible routing (A, B, A+B)
Master (Input) EQ per Channel
5 filters selectable as PEQ (20 Hz - 20 kHz, Q: 0.4 - 20.0, +/-12 dB),
Lo-Shelf (20 Hz - 20 kHz, 6/12 dB slope, +/- 12 dB),
Hi-Shelf (20 Hz - 20 kHz, 6dB slope, +/-12 dB),
Hi-Pass and Low-Pass (20 Hz - 20 kHz, 6 dB/12 dB, Q: 0.4 - 2.0)
Master (Input) Delay
For input A, B and A+B: 2 ms to 1,000 ms (unit:µs, ms, s, cm, m, inches, feet)
Channel (Output) EQ per Channel
5 filters selectable as PEQ (20 Hz - 20 kHz, Q: 0.4 - 20.0, +/-12 dB),
Lo-Shelf (20 Hz - 20 kHz, 6/12 dB slope, +/- 12 dB),
Hi-Shelf (20 Hz - 20 kHz, 6 dB slope, +/-12 dB),
Hi-Pass and Low-Pass (20 Hz - 20 kHz, 6 dB/12 dB, Q: 0.4 - 2.0);
All-Pass (20 Hz - 20 kHz, 1st/2nd Order,
Crossover per Channel
Hi-Pass and Low-Pass each 6/12/18/24 Bessel / Butterworth, or 12/24 dB Linkwitz-Riley
Dynamics per Channel
Compressor (Threshold, Attack, Release, Ratio) and Limiter (Threshold, Release)
Other Parameters
Polarity (inverted/non-inverted), Level, Mute (On/Off)
Amplifier
P900 RL
P1200 RL
P3000 RL
8Ω
4Ω
2Ω
8Ω
4Ω
2Ω
280 W
450 W
650 W
380 W
600 W
850 W
Rated Output Power (20 Hz-20 kHz, THD <0,2%)
230 W
350 W
450 W
300 W
550 W
650 W
Maximum Bridged Output (1 kHz, THD 1%)
900 W 1300 W
Continous Output Power (1 kHz, THD 1%)
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1200 w 1700 W
THD @ Rated Output Power
-
8Ω
4Ω
P900 RT
2Ω
100V
P1200 RT
70 V
100V
70 V
850 W 1300 W 1800 W 410 W
400 W
590 W 580 W
750 W 1200 W 1500 W 350 W
350 W
500 W 500 W
2600 W 3600 W
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< 0,05%
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-
-
-
<0,1%
<0,2% <0,1% <0,2%
DIM 30
<0,03%
<0,01%
<0,2%
<0,3% <0,2% <0,3%
Intermodulation (SMPTE)
<0,08%
<0,001%
<0,1%
<0,3% <0,1% <0,3%
Signal to Noise Ratio
> 105 dB
Frequency Response (-1 dB)
>100 dB
20 Hz - 20 kHz
Dynamic Audio Limiter
45 Hz - 20 kHz
THD </= 1% (Input signal </= + 20 dBu
Protections
Hi-Temperature, DC, HF, Back EMF, Peak Current Limiter, Inrush Current Liminter, Power On Delay
Cooling
3(4)-stage fan, front-to-rear cooling
Input Sensivity and Impedance
1,55 V (+6dBu), 20 kOhm, XLR Input
Maximum Input Level
8,7 V (+21 dBu)
Serial Interface
Network: CAN, 2 RJ45 (CAT-5 Cabling), RS-232 for media control systems
Control Logic in and Outputs
2 x 0V 5V free configurable, Easy-Remote
Loudspeaker Connectors
Barrier Strip
Dimensions (Width x Height x Depth)
Net Weight
Neutrik Speakon NL4
Barrier Strip
483 mm x 132,5 mm x 390 mm (19”, 3 U)
16 kg
17 kg
30 kg
24 kg
25 kg
All measurements both channels driven into 8 ohms unless other specified.
USA
Germany
U.K.
France
Australia
Hong Kong
Japan
Singapore
Africa Mid-East
Latin America
Telex Communications Inc., 12000 Portland Ave. South, Burnsville, MN 55337, Phone: +1 952-884-4051, FAX: +1 952-884-0043
Telex EVI Audio, Hirschberger Ring 45, D 94315, Straubing, Germany, Phone: 49 9421-706 0, FAX: 49 9421-706 265
Shuttle Sound Ltd., The Willows Centre, Willow Lane, Mitcham CR44NX, Surrey • Phone: +44 20 864 671 14, FAX: +44 20 864 075 83
EVI France S. A., Parc de Courcerin, Allee Lech Walesa, Lognes, F-77185 Marne La Vallee, France, Phone: 33/1-6480-0090, FAX: 33/1-6006-5103
EVI Audio (Austl.), Unit 23, Block C, Slough Business Estate, Silverwater N.S.W. 2128, Australia, Phone: 61/2-9648-3455, FAX: 61/2-9648-5585
EVI Audio Limited, Unit E & F, 21/F, Luk Hop Industrial Bldg., 8 Luk Hop St., San Po Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Phone: 852-2351-3628, FAX: 852-2351-3329
EVI Audio Japan, Ltd.,5-3-8 Funabashi, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, 156-0055 Japan, Phone: 81-3-5316-5020, FAX: 81-3-5316-5031
Telex Communications, 3015A Ubi Rd 1, 05-10, Kampong Ubi Industrial Estate, Singapore 408705, Phone: 65-746-8760, FAX: 65-746-1206
Telex EVI Audio, Hirschberger Ring 45, D 94302, Straubing, Germany, Phone: 49 9421-706 0, FAX: 49 9421-706 265
Telex Communications Inc., 12000 Portland Ave. South, Burnsville, MN 55337, Phone: +1 507 526 3205, FAX: +1 507 526 3059
Copyright 2002 Telex Communications, Inc. The information in this brochure is preliminary. Telex Communications, Inc. reserves the right to change without prior notice.
PA 20559
© 2002 Telex Communications, Inc. • 12000 Portland Avenue South • Burnsville, MN 55337 • All information subject to change without notice.
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