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A-6000 Audio Console
600 Industrial Drive, New Bern, NC. 28562
(tel 252-638-7000 / fax 252-637-1285)
TECHNICAL MANUAL
May 1998
A-6000 Radio On-Air Console Technical Manual - 2nd Edition (revised)
©1998 Wheatstone Corporation
WHEATSTONE CORPORATION
600 Industrial Drive
New Bern, NC. 28562
(tel 252-638-7000 / fax 252-637-1285)
A-6000 / May 98
Addenda
!
IMPORTANT:
Please note the following updates
to this technical manual:
GLOBAL CHANGE – ALL MODULE SCHEMATICS & LOAD SHEETS
Delete type 7818 & 7918 regulators.
METERBRIDGE:
A DB-9 connector has been added, on the back side of the meterbridge, for the
optional studio turret unit. It is the connector closest to the inside.
MONO AND STEREO INPUT MODULES:
The IFB Ouputs listed on I/O connector pinout pages 3-4, 3-5, 3-9 and 3-10 refer to the
Bus Minus option outputs discussed in "Overview Chapter" (pages 1-2 and 1-5).
OUTPUT MASTER MODULE LOAD SHEET:
Resistors R68 & R74 are now 11kΩ 1%.
METER OUTPUT MODULE SCHEMATIC AND LOAD SHEET:
The optocoupler, U8 has been changed to a 4N32.
TM-6 TIMER CONTROL PCB LOAD SHEET:
Page 6-16 has been deleted. The timer control has been incorporated into the
MO-6000 module. (see schematic page 5-17).
SPN-6000 SUPERPHONE INPUT MODULE SCHEMATIC & LOAD SHEET:
U1 has been changed to an SL1X-6000 PCB assembly.
U2 has been changed to an SPH2X-6000 PCB assembly.
Schematic and PCB load sheet for this assembly is included immediately
following this page.
ICM-6000 INTERCOM MODULE:
Resistors R36 thru R39 & R58 thru R61 are now .4A polyswitch fuses.
CONTROL ROOM MODULE SCHEMATIC AND LOAD SHEET:
Resistors R204-R207 (24Ω) have been changed to polyswitches F2 and F3 (.17A).
A-6000 / Nov 00
Addenda - Page 1
4
3
D
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
11
12
VCC
R1
4.99K
CT1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
STEREO/REC
ON/MXD
PRE/MXC
MONO/MXB
RIGHT/MXA
LEFT
A/1
B/2
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
9
GND
C2
.22uF
GND
C3
.22uF
C4
.22uF
C5
.22uF
R14
220
13
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1 I1
VCC 14
2 I2
N/C 13
3 I3
I8 12
4 I4
I7 11
5 I5
N/C 10
6 I6
N/C 9
GND
C6
.22uF
U3
U3
9
6
C7
.22uF
16V8
C
U3
U3
U2
8
74AC14
U2
4
74AC14
10
5
U2
6
74AC14
12
11
U2
10
74AC14
GND
R8
1.00K
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
4
74AC14
1
GND
8
74AC14
GND
R15
220
B
74HC30
IC PINOUT
U3
3
GND
R7
4.99K
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
74AC14
11
GND
2
U4
I0/CLK
I9/OE F0
F1
I1
F2
I2
F3
I3
F4
I4
F5
I5
F6
I6
F7
I7
I8
74AC14
GND
R6
1.00K
1
11
GND
5
GND
74HC30
74AC14
3
GND
U3
8
U1
74AC14
GND
R5
1.00K
20
GND
GND
R4
1.00K
R12
220
11
12
R13
220
C
C1
.22uF
R3
1.00K
R11
220
9
10
1
R2
1.00K
R10
220
A/1SW
B/2SW
MODE/RECSW
PRE/MXASW
ON/MXBSW
MXCSW
MXDSW
R9
220
VCC
1
D
U2
13
2
74AC14
GND
U2
B
12
74AC14
GND
7 VSS OUT 8
74HC14
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1 Ia
A
VCC 14
2 Oa
If 13
3 Ib
Of 12
4 Ob
Ie 11
5 Ic
Oe 10
6 O2c
Id 9
7 VSS
Od 8
VCC
VCC
C10
0.1uF
C9
1uF
GND
4
3
Stereo
Line Input
Module
Fix Card
Schematic
Sheet
1
of
1
A-6000/Dec 2000
VCC
C8
0.1uF
GND
GND
2
Page 1-1
CONTRACT NO.
SL1X-6000
APPROVALS DATE
DRAWN
600
Drive
SA 12-6-00
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
CHECKED
SIZE FSCM NO. DWG. NO.
ISSUED
C
SCALE
SL1X-6000 PCB SHEET
W# 700230
A
13S0039
1
1 OF 1
REV
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4
3
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
11
12
R10
4.99K
VCC
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
C
OFF
CUE
SOLO
ARM
UTL
AUX
AUD
PGM
PGMSW
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
2 I2
N/C 13
3 I3
I8 12
4 I4
I7 11
5 I5
N/C 10
6 I6
N/C 9
R11
220
3
GND
GND
5
GND
11
GND
13
GND
1
GND
9
GND
R1
1.00K
GND
4
U4
F0
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
D
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
P20V8
GND
6
U4
C
10
U4
5
12
U1
U1
U1
6
74AC14
4148
D2
4148
D1
11
2
U1
10
74AC14
13
8
GND
U1
12
74AC14
74AC14
3
C2
.22uF
U4
74AC14
C10
.22uF
GND
8
74AC14
C9
.22uF
GND
U4
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
I7
I8
I9
I10
I12
I13
74AC14
C8
.22uF
GND
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
14
23
U2
I0/CLK
I11/OE
74AC14
C7
.22uF
GND
1
13
74HC30
74AC14
C6
.22uF
R7
1.00K
R19
220
VCC 14
GND
2
8
74AC14
C5
.22uF
R9
1.00K
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
9
GND
R8
1.00K
74HC30
IC PINOUT
1 I1
GND
U4
U3
74AC14
C4
.22uF
R6
1.00K
GND
B
GND
R5
1.00K
R16
220
14
GND
R4
1.00K
R17
220
13
C3
.22uF
R3
1.00K
R15
220
12
1
R2
1.00K
R13
220
3
R14
220
AUDSW
AUXSW
UTLSW
ARMSW
SOLOSW
CUESW
ONSW
OFFSW
SOLODROP
CUEDROP
2
R12
220
VCC
1
R18
220
D
CT1
1
U1
B
4
74AC14
GND
7 VSS OUT 8
74HC14
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1 Ia
A
VCC 14
2 Oa
If 13
3 Ib
Of 12
4 Ob
Ie 11
5 Ic
Oe 10
6 O2c
Id 9
7 VSS
Od 8
VCC
VCC
C1
0.1uF
C11
1uF
GND
4
GND
3
SPN-6000Schematic
Super Phone
Module
Fix
Card
Sheet
1
of
1
A-6000/Dec 2000
VCC
C12
0.1uF
GND
CONTRACT NO.
VCC
C13
0.1uF
APPROVALS DATE
DRAWN
600
Drive
SA 12-6-00
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
CHECKED
SIZE FSCM NO. DWG. NO.
ISSUED
C
SCALE
SPH2X-6000 PCB SHEET
W# 700233
13S0041
GND
2
Page 1-1
SPH2X-6000
1
A
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Module Removal Tools
Your Wheatstone audio console is equipped with two "module
extractor tools" which are mounted in the front panel of the
console mainframe.
All modules are held into the console mainframe by two mounting
screws (top and bottom) which, when removed, leave specially threaded
holes that accept the two extractor tools.
To remove a module faceplate from the mainframe:
Remove the top and bottom module mounting screws, unscrew the
extractor tools from the mainframe, and screw each tool into a module
mounting hole. Use only four or five turns (do not over-insert!). Using the
extractor tools as handles, pull the module straight up out of the
mainframe.
Table of Contents
TABLE
OF
CONTENTS
OVERVIEW AND APPLICATIONS
Overview ....................................................................................................... 1-2
Functions ................................................................................................................ 1-2
Features .................................................................................................................. 1-2
Internal Technology ............................................................................................... 1-2
Stereo Input Modules (SL-6000)
Digital Source Control ........................................................................................... 1-3
A/B Source Control ............................................................................................... 1-3
Auxiliary Send ....................................................................................................... 1-3
Channel Monitor .................................................................................................... 1-3
Electronic Bus Assign ............................................................................................ 1-3
Send Options .......................................................................................................... 1-4
Electronic Mode Selector ....................................................................................... 1-4
Balance Control ..................................................................................................... 1-4
Machine Sequence ................................................................................................. 1-4
Command Logic (automatic muting, tallys & machine control) ........................... 1-4
Microphone Modules (ML-6000)
Low-Noise Mic Preamp ......................................................................................... 1-5
IFB Bus-Minus® ................................................................................................... 1-5
The Fader ............................................................................................................... 1-5
The Hidden Console (internal signal routing) ....................................................... 1-5
Equalization ........................................................................................................... 1-6
Audio Taper Controls ............................................................................................ 1-6
Hidden Value (internal electronics) ....................................................................... 1-6
Outputs and Metering (OM-6000/MO-6000)
Master Output Modules ......................................................................................... 1-7
Gain Trim ............................................................................................................... 1-7
Mono Sum .............................................................................................................. 1-7
I/O Ports ................................................................................................................. 1-7
The Event Timer .................................................................................................... 1-7
Total Metering ....................................................................................................... 1-7
Monitor Modules (CR-6000/SC-6000)
General ................................................................................................................... 1-8
Stereo Cue System ................................................................................................. 1-8
Headphone Monitor ............................................................................................... 1-8
Studio Monitor ....................................................................................................... 1-8
Control Room Monitor .......................................................................................... 1-8
Tallys ..................................................................................................................... 1-8
Accessory Modules/Mainframe/Meterbridge
Telephones ............................................................................................................. 1-9
Superphone (SPN-6000) ........................................................................................ 1-9
Intercom (ICM-6000) ............................................................................................ 1-9
Stereo Line Preselector (LS-6000) ....................................................................... 1-10
Tape Remote (TR-6000) ...................................................................................... 1-10
The Console Mainframe ...................................................................................... 1-10
The Console Meterbridge .................................................................................... 1-10
The I/O Connector System .................................................................................. 1-10
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TABLE
OF
CONTENTS
MAINFRAME INSTALLATION
UNPACKING THE CONSOLE ....................................................................................
MAINFRAME INSTALLATION .................................................................................
SYSTEM GROUND ......................................................................................................
Typical Grounding Scheme (dwg) .............................................................................
Further Grounding Details .........................................................................................
THE CONSOLE POWER SUPPLY .............................................................................
Power Supply Functions .............................................................................................
Dual Redundant Fail-safe Supply ..............................................................................
ENERGIZING THE CONSOLE ...................................................................................
2-1
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-3
2-4
2-4
2-5
2-5
CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
General ................................................................................................................ 3-2
The Insulation Displacement Connector System .......................................................3-2
Connection Procedures ...............................................................................................3-3
Balanced vs Unbalanced I/O Connections .................................................................3-3
Mono Mic/Line Input Module (ML-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram ....................................................................................................3-4
Audio Connections .....................................................................................................3-5
Control Ports ..............................................................................................................3-5
Dipswitch Controlled Functions .................................................................................3-7
Stereo Line Input Module (SL-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram ....................................................................................................3-9
Audio Connections .....................................................................................................3-10
Control Ports ..............................................................................................................3-11
Dipswitch Controlled Functions .................................................................................3-11
Output Master Module (OM-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram (Output #1) ................................................................................ 3-14
Audio Connections (Output #1) .................................................................................3-15
Dipswitch Controlled Functions (Output #1) .............................................................3-16
I/O Pinout Diagram (Output #2) ................................................................................ 3-17
Audio Connections (Output #2) .................................................................................3-18
Dipswitch Controlled Functions (Output #2) .............................................................3-19
Control Room Monitor Module (CR-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram ....................................................................................................3-20
Audio & Control Connections ....................................................................................3-21
Dipswitch Controlled Functions .................................................................................3-22
Studio Monitor Module (optional) (SC-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram ....................................................................................................3-23
Audio & Control Connections ....................................................................................3-24
Dipswitch Controlled Functions .................................................................................3-25
Meter Output Module (MO-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram ....................................................................................................3-26
Audio Connections .....................................................................................................3-27
Intercom Module (optional) (ICM-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram ....................................................................................................3-28
Audio & Control Connections ....................................................................................3-29
Stereo Line Selector Module (optional) (LS-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram ....................................................................................................3-30
Audio Connections .....................................................................................................3-31
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Aug 99
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OF
CONTENTS
Superphone Module (optional) (SPN-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram ....................................................................................................3-32
Audio Connections .....................................................................................................3-33
Control Connections ...................................................................................................3-34
Dipswitch Controlled Functions .................................................................................3-34
Tape Remote Module (optional) (TR-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram ....................................................................................................3-36
Audio Connections .....................................................................................................3-37
CONSOLE MODULES
Mono Mic/Line Input ...................................................................................................4-2
Stereo Line Input ..........................................................................................................4-6
Output Masters .............................................................................................................4-10
Meter Output ................................................................................................................4-11
Timer Control ...............................................................................................................4-12
Clock Control ...............................................................................................................4-12a
Control Room Monitor .................................................................................................4-13
Studio Control (optional) .............................................................................................4-15
Intercom (optional) ......................................................................................................4-16
Stereo Line Selector (optional) ....................................................................................4-17
Superphone (optional) ..................................................................................................4-18
Tape Remote (optional) ...............................................................................................4-20
SCHEMATIC DRAWINGS
A-6000 Performance Specifications ............................................................................5-2
Console Bus Chart .......................................................................................................5-3
Mono Mic/Line Input
bus chart .......................................................................................................................5-4
schematic (5 pages) ......................................................................................................5-5
schematic (IPS-6000A) ................................................................................................5-6
schematic (w/optional EQ) ...........................................................................................5-6a
Stereo Line Input
bus chart .......................................................................................................................5-7
schematic (5 pages) ......................................................................................................5-8
schematic (IPS-6000A) ................................................................................................5-9
schematic (w/optional EQ) ...........................................................................................5-10
Output Master
bus chart .......................................................................................................................5-12
schematic (2 pages) ......................................................................................................5-13
Meter Output
bus chart .......................................................................................................................5-15
schematic (2 pages) ......................................................................................................5-16
Timer schematic .................................................................................................. 5-18
Control Room
bus chart .......................................................................................................................5-19
schematic (5 pages) ......................................................................................................5-20
Switch Card schematic (CR, SC & SPN-6000 modules) ................................... 5-21
Source Select schematic (CR & SC-6000 modules) ........................................... 5-22
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Jul 02
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CONTENTS
Studio Control
bus chart .......................................................................................................................5-23
schematic (2 pages) ......................................................................................................5-24
Intercom
bus chart .......................................................................................................................5-26
schematic ......................................................................................................................5-27
Line Selector schematic (2 pages) ...................................................................... 5-28
Superphone
bus chart .......................................................................................................................5-30
schematic (2 pages) ......................................................................................................5-31
Tape Remote schematic ...................................................................................... 5-33
Clock schematic ................................................................................................... 5-34
Power Supply schematic ..................................................................................... 5-35
Power Supply Relay Card schematic ................................................................ 5-36
LOAD SHEETS
Mono Mic/Line Input ...................................................................................................6-2
Mono Mic/Line Input (w/EQ) ...................................................................................... 6-2a
Stereo Line Input ..........................................................................................................6-3
Stereo Line Input (w/EQ) .............................................................................................6-4
Output Master ..............................................................................................................6-5
Meter Output ................................................................................................................6-6
Control Room Monitor .................................................................................................6-7
Studio Control ..............................................................................................................6-8
Source Select PCB (CR & SC monitor modules) ........................................................ 6-9
Intercom .......................................................................................................................6-10
Line Selector ................................................................................................................6-11
Superphone ...................................................................................................................6-12
Tape Remote ................................................................................................................6-13
Main Interface Board ...................................................................................................6-14
Timer ............................................................................................................................6-15
Clock ............................................................................................................................6-17
Clock Control ...............................................................................................................6-18
Power Supply ...............................................................................................................6-19
Power Supply Relay Card ............................................................................................ 6-20
APPENDIX
BALANCED vs UNBALANCED I/O CONNECTIONS ...........................................A-1
Typical Unbalanced Connections (dwg) ................................................................A-2
NOTES ON LEVEL MEASUREMENT .....................................................................A-3
TROUBLESHOOTING ...............................................................................................A-3
Basic Procedures .....................................................................................................A-3
Testing a “Live” Console – Precautions .................................................................A-3
Integrated Circuits ..................................................................................................A-4
OTHER DETAILS .......................................................................................................A-5
EXTERNAL SOURCE MACHINE INTERFACES ...................................................A-6
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Jul 02
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CONTENTS
GENERAL ...................................................................................................................A-6
Start/Stop Control from Channel ON/OFF Switches ............................................. A-6
Tallyback "READY" Functions ............................................................................. A-7
Remote Control of Channel ON/OFF ..................................................................... A-8
INDIVIDUAL SOURCE MACHINES ....................................................................... A-9
DENON 951A CD Player ....................................................................................... A-9
DENON 995R MD Player ...................................................................................... A-11
Fidelipac DCR 1000 Floppy Cart Player ................................................................ A-13
Sony MDS-B3 Player ............................................................................................. A-15
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ................................................................................ A-16
SL-6000 OFF Circuit Modification ............................................................................. A-16
Double Connection to One Pin Wiring Procedure .......................................................A-17
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A-6000 / May
Apr 99
Contents - 5
CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Overview and Applications
CHAPTER CONTENTS
Overview ....................................................................................................... 1-2
Functions ................................................................................... 1-2
Features ..................................................................................... 1-2
Internal Technology .................................................................... 1-2
Stereo Input Modules (SL-6000)
Digital Source Control ................................................................ 1-3
A/B Source Control .................................................................... 1-3
Auxiliary Send ............................................................................ 1-3
Channel Monitor ......................................................................... 1-3
Electronic Bus Assign ................................................................. 1-3
Send Options .............................................................................. 1-4
Electronic Mode Selector ............................................................. 1-4
Balance Control .......................................................................... 1-4
Machine Sequence ...................................................................... 1-4
Command Logic (automatic muting, tallys & machine control) .... 1-4
Microphone Modules (ML-6000)
Low-Noise Mic Preamp ................................................................ 1-5
IFB Bus-Minus® ......................................................................... 1-5
The Fader ................................................................................... 1-5
The Hidden Console (internal signal routing) ............................... 1-5
Equalization ............................................................................... 1-6
Audio Taper Controls .................................................................. 1-6
Hidden Value (internal electronics) ............................................. 1-6
Outputs and Metering (OM-6000/MO-6000)
Master Output Modules .............................................................. 1-7
Gain Trim ................................................................................... 1-7
Mono Sum .................................................................................. 1-7
I/O Ports .................................................................................... 1-7
The Event Timer ......................................................................... 1-7
Total Metering ............................................................................ 1-7
Monitor Modules (CR-6000/SC-6000)
General ...................................................................................... 1-8
Stereo Cue System ...................................................................... 1-8
Headphone Monitor .................................................................... 1-8
Studio Monitor ........................................................................... 1-8
Control Room Monitor ................................................................ 1-8
Tallys ......................................................................................... 1-8
Accessory Modules/Mainframe/Meterbridge
Telephones ................................................................................. 1-9
Superphone (SPN-6000) .............................................................. 1-9
Intercom (ICM-6000) ................................................................... 1-9
Stereo Line Preselector (LS-6000) ............................................... 1-10
Tape Remote (TR-6000) ..............................................................1-10
The Console Mainframe .............................................................1-10
The Console Meterbridge ...........................................................1-10
The I/O Connector System ........................................................1-10
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The A-6000 On-Air Broadcast Console
O VERVIEW
The A-6000 has been engineered specifically for major market stations that
demand a lot of function and need to lead
with technical excellence. This series
begins with an open architecture mainframe that allows clients to place any of
the modules anywhere in any combination within the console frame, giving layout top priority, and allowing easy reconfiguration as format needs change. Mainframes are available in sizes dictated by
your specific needs, with either six or
eight VU meters and a choice of mono or
stereo cue speakers.
Input modules are offered as a rather
large array of feature combinations, and
while this brochure depicts only twelve
inputs, it is possible to order these modules with feature combinations or deletions exactly as your requirements demand.
F UNCTIONS
The A-6000 is loaded with capability.
The input modules can be equipped with
a station router input function that allows
each channel to select its source through
individual UP, DOWN and TAKE buttons
and display or preview this source on an
alpha-numeric display above each fader.
Wheatstone’s exclusive Bus-Minus®
system allows every input channel to produce its own mix-minus—a powerful
feature for news, sports and complex
telephone formats. The modules can
have two, three or four stereo program
assign buttons. You can have a stereo
send or a pair of mono send knobs, a
mode selector, or even Wheatstone’s
auto sequence function, which allows
you to trigger a bank of carts or CD
players with a stroke of a single start
button.
The monitor modules let you select
the four stereo program busses and
four external inputs, as well as each of
the four mix-minus buses and two
auxiliary send buses so that program
set-up is fast. We even provide a
headphone polarity switch so the announcer can phase his headphones for
maximum clarity relative to his own internal auditory path.
Wheatstone’s exclusive superphone
module allows complete phone segment operation directly from one module. No need to tie up or operate other
line modules for your hybrids. You can
select any one of the four mix-minus
buses to feed the callers; you can cue
the callers without monitor interruption;
feed a multitrack recorder separate
caller, announcer and program tracks.
You can have on-air or off-air operation,
and individually adjust caller level. This
module greatly simplifies phone
segments and reduces operator
confusion and error in program control.
THE T ECHNOLOGY I NSIDE
The technology inside is different. We
utilize all differentially-balanced active combining networks to achieve super crosstalk
and separation performance, and to reject
electrostatic and magnetic interference from
the buses. Absolutely all switching (not just
critical paths) is accomplished electronically
in series shunt configuration (not just a simple
element) to give superior on/off isolation
over lesser common approaches. Our input
stage is laser-trimmed to achieve an outstanding common mode rejection ratio exceeding 100dB, eliminating the trimpot drift
and high frequency CMRR limitations associated with the older discrete instrumentation concept. Our output stage utilizes a
precision laser-trimmed servo output technology that can produce a stable drive to
balanced and unbalanced loads and can
even operate with a high or low side
grounded.
Internal switches allow you to select pre
or post fader or pre-channel on/off taps for
each of the four mix-minus busses. You can
have effects send knobs work independently
or in conjunction with channel ON/OFF status, allowing you to change function as format requires. You can even program Aux
A-6000 / Nov 93
and Utility switches to operate independently of channel on/off. All machine
control is opto-isolated with separate A
and B logic ports and mute, tally and timer
presets; automatic cue drop-out and optional solo functions are provided, plus
automatic cue metering to facilitate quick
level checks and calibration procedures.
Any engineer would be quick to point
out that surface controls are the limiting
factor in longevity. That’s why we’ve chosen all sealed audio control switches rated
at five million operations. All rotary and
linear controls are conductive plastic and
connectorized for quick and easy replacement; all switches are internally LED illuminated—no light bulbs or barndoor displays to repair. You can reprogram modules by simple switch selection—no soldering or jumpers required. You can even
change module locations with no restrictions.
The A-6000 provides the engineer with
complete internal switch-selectable flexibility of function that gives this console
more power than ever before.
F EATURES
• low-noise differential busing
• electronic series shunt switching
• two effects sends
• four stereo program assigns
• four internal mix-minus buses
• mix-minus pre/post selector
• electronic mode select w/LED status
indicators
• precision center detent balance
control
• individual channel on-air indicators
• automatic cue
• automatic solo
• cart and CD sequence
• individual channel router control
• alpha-numeric channel source
display
• opto-isolated machine ports
• A and B machine logic follow
• A and B mute/tally logic follow
• production equalizer
• send pre/post selector
• send on selector
• superphone module
• sixteen source monitor modules
• headphone EQ
• headphone polarity switch
• two or four studio monitors
• six or eight VU meters
• automatic cue metering
• clock
• timer
• eight station intercom
• tape recorder controls
• gold contact DB I/O connectors
• ultra-fast I/O tooling
• stereo cue speakers
• laser-trimmed balanced input and
output circuitry
• Long-throw (104mm) precision
conductive plastic faders
• all LED illuminated switches; no
bulbs
• connectorized conductive plastic
potentiometers
• Sifam Model A32AF VU meters
• internal switch programmed logic
and audio flow
• sealed audio control switches
• monitor mode selector
• exclusive Wheatstone Bus-Minus
system
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STEREO INPUT MODULES
A-6000 Audio Console
DIGITAL SOURCE CONTROL
Wheatstone’s exclusive Smart
Select™ system option provides
channel source indication with an
alpha-numeric display right above
the fader. You can easily scroll
through available sources with the
UP/DOWN buttons. A flashing
display indicates PREVIEW and
awaits your TAKE command, or
reverts to the original source.
This system can operate as
stand-alone individual channel selectors or may even be integrated
into a larger program event schedule for automated or live assist
applications. Wheatstone’s Smart
Select™ eliminates the need for
patch bays and provides the type
of computer controlled switching
that can take advantage of emerging digital control technology.
A/B SOURCE CONTROL
MODE
UP
STEREO
DN
MONO
LT
TAKE
RT
SOURCE
5
4
6
3
7
2
8
1
9
0
10
BUS-MINUS
5
4
I
F
B
6
3
7
2
8
9
1
0
10
STEREO
PRE
S
E
N
D
This dual input version of the
module can select between
separate A and B stereo input
sources; each is provided with
an individual internal gain trim
control. The A or the B button
is LED illuminated to give it a
clear, legible indication. These
buttons also trigger separate A
and B fully opto-isolated machine control ports. Separate A
and B internal MUTE, TALLY
and TIMER functions are also
provided.
AUXILIARY SEND
A
MONO
LT
RT
SOURCE
5
4
6
3
7
2
0
10
STEREO
ON
S
8 E
N
D
9
1
PRE
ON
SEND
ON AIR
ON AIR
PGM
AUD
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
AUX
UTL
ASSIGN
•
C
•
•
•
L
BALANCE
SOLO
•
•
E LECTRONIC B US A SSIGN
•
•
•
R
SEQUENCE
C
•
•
•
This control is just the
feature when you want to
provide a special effect in
your production environment or a unique monitor
mix to your studio guests
or hosts. It includes a PRE/
POST selector button, allowing it to operate either
pre or post fader.
Additionally, an internal
logic selector switch allows
you to turn it on and off
independently or in conjunction with the channel’s
ON/OFF status—a truly
unique option. There is
even an internal switch to
allow stereo or mono operation as desired. The
illuminated front panel controls allow selection of the
send’s pre/post and on
status.
ASSIGN
•
•
CHANNEL MONITOR
STEREO
B
SEND
•
Choices exist here as well. The
module can be provided with a
single CUE button or a combination of CUE and SOLO buttons.
The CUE button provides a prefader monitor that may be internally switch-selected to act as a
simple alternate action function
or to automatically drop out when
the channel’s START button is
depressed. Alternatively you can
have a FADER CUE SWITCH
that places the channel into CUE
mode when the fader is overpressed down.
The SOLO switch is ideal for
the production environment,
where it is desired to monitor a
module post-fader amongst a
group of active channels. This,
too, can operate either as an
alternate-action logic system, or
have an automatic drop-out when
the channel START button is
pressed. This CUE/SOLO system goes beyond the traditional
on-air format. It is a stereo system (strappable mono) that can
feed stereo cue speakers or stereo solo to your control room
monitors and headphones
(switched automatically, of
course).
Another nice feature is automatic SOLO/CUE METERING.
The console’s switched meter pair
are automatically transferred to
the cue bus—a real help in calibration and monitor checking.
MODE
ARM
CUE
MONITOR
ANDY
STEREO INPUT
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•
L
R
Bus assignment switches (in
rate patch loops mean you only
BALANCE
fact, ALL audio switches on the need one set of processing gear
SEQUENCE
ARM
console) are fully sealed and rated for all your microphones, and only
at five million operations; on the one additional set for music mateA-6000 even seldom used rial. (Each input module does,
MONITOR
switches remain tarnish free and CUE
however, have its own electroniready when you need them. Be- cally balanced insert point should
cause they’re sealed we’ve elimi- individual per channel processnated the one of the most com- ing or signal split be required).
mon maintenance problems:
STEREO INPUT
O N -A IR LED
switch spill damage.
The ON-AIR LED is one of
Four program busses assure
nice touches; it illuminates
you plenty of capability for on-air those
0
and production signal paths. Se- only when the PROGRAM button
5
ries shunt electronic switching and and the channel START button
differential bussing frees you from are both activated, to improve
10
the worry of signal leakage and operational accuracy. The conexternally induced interference. sole operator is instantly aware
Additionally both PROGRAM and of15active channels. The finishing
AUDITION busses provide sepa- touch is these buttons are full20
illuminated with internal
rate music and speech process- surface
ing paths (internally switch se- color-coded LEDs that give a clear
lected for ease of programming)— and pleasant view of the assign30
a Wheatstone first, introduced with ments.
our earlier A-500 console. Sepa-
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START
START
A
B
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STEREO INPUT MODULES
A-6000 Audio Console
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THE SEND MENU
You have a lot of choice
here, too. You can pick
from Bus-Minus® or a
combination of single or
dual mono sends, a stereo send, a Bus-Minus®
and concentric dual monos, a single mono or stereo send, or no send at all.
Internal switches let you
select mono or stereo format and pre or post fader
Bus-Minus® control.
Of course you have a
front panel send pre/post
switch and send on/off
switch, and an internal
send on/off break-away
option. Like everything
else on this console, you
can have send configured
precisely to meet your requirements.
A
D
A
MODE
STEREO
B
MODE
STEREO
B
MONO
MONO
LT
LT
RT
RT
SOURCE
SOURCE
5
4
3
7
2
1
7
2
8
1
5
4
6
3
1
0
10
STEREO
S
8 E
N
9
D
2
S
E
8 N
9 D
1
0
10
2
MONO
7
PRE
ON
S
E
N
D
1
6
3
7
2
PRE
9
0
10
MONO
0
10
BUS-MINUS
5
6
3
I
8 F
9 B
4
5
4
6
ON
SEND
SEND
ELECTRONIC MODE
SELECTOR
The mode button illuminates red when set to
STEREO, and can also
select LEFT ONLY,
RIGHT ONLY, or MONO
operation. Because it is
electronic, it is lossless,
optimizing signal-tonoise ratio, and is of
course click-free. When
it is placed in mono position, it electronically gaincompensates for mono
summation. Because
there are individual LED
indicators, accuracy of
setting is more readily
assured.
A
B
SOURCE
ON AIR
ON AIR
BALANCE
ON AIR
PGM
AUD
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
AUX
UTL
PGM
AUD
ASSIGN
ASSIGN
•
C
ASSIGN
•
•
•
•
L
•
R
BALANCE
ARM
SEQUENCE
CUE
This feature provides real convenience
to the operator and improves station productivity by arming a series of line modules (press the ARM button to illuminate
it). A bank of CD players or cart machines
may then be played in sequence at the
push of the leftmost START button. As
each machine starts its channel is activated; as it completes play the next machine is triggered along with its input
MONITOR
•
•
•
•
•
•
L
R
BALANCE
ARM
M ACHINE SEQUENCE
MONITOR
C
•
•
L
R
•
•
•
BALANCE
SEQUENCE
•
•
•
•
C
•
•
•
CUE
module, and the previous module is then
muted. This feature allows the operator to
run, for
example, a top-of-the-hour seSTEREO INPUT
quence, leaving him with time to select
other materials, make transfers, or to record
phone-ins. Sequence control ports are
opto-isolated to prevent ground loops and
may be configured to trigger one machine
after the next, or to overlap the next machine as format dictates.
MONITOR
CUE
This control, in combination with the separate left
and right A and B internal
multi-turn gain trim controls,
assures precise balance
when clicked to its centerdetent position. Because of
its precision it eliminates the
need for and often the error
of a traditional pan on switch.
This control, like the send
controls, is conductive plastic for long life, and connectorized for rapid replacement, should it become necessary.
STEREO INPUT
0
5
10
15
20
C OMMAND L OGIC
This is where the control really happens.
These START/STOP buttons command your
machines, mutes, and tallys and can interact
with the console timer and module cue functions.
They control separate A and B fully opto-isolated
control ports: START, STOP, and SEQUENCE
OUT. Of course the module’s input commands
are opto-isolated as well: ON, OFF, READY
LAMP, and SEQUENCE IN. You have the
convenience of onboard dipswitch selected logic
modes for both the A and the B ports.
You can select pulse or European style steadystate START commands, automatic CUE dropout, SOLO dropout, local or external READY
indication (“off” lamp), START independent or
dependent SEND ON button, START indepen-
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dent or dependent AUX ASSIGN button,
START independent or dependent UTILITY
ASSIGN button, MIX-MINUS follow ON/OFF,
TIMER restart, control room MUTE, studio
MUTE 1, 2 and 3, on-air TALLY 1, and TALLY
2, 3 and 4.
If you choose break-away AUX and UTILITY you can assign the module to these
busses without having to activate the START
button; for instance, to create a front panel
controlled mix-minus. Likewise, a break-away
SEND control allows operation independent
of the module’s other functions. Internally the
module has a bank of 4 mix-minus assign
switches; you can logic-select this bank to
follow or break away from the channel START
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70
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START
E
button. All this versatility is
provided with the ease of internal switching (no jumpers) and
because of its opto-isolation
and universal configurability it
avoids the often hidden expense and wiring complexity
of external adaptor boxes.
This module, by means of
simple internal switch selections, lets you custom-tailor not
only machine control, but your
effects section, your bus assign section, your cue section
and the mix-minus section. It’s
like pre-engineered customization.
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A-6000 Audio Console
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A
G
A
PAN
PAN
B
B
SOURCE
5
4
SOURCE
3
7
2
8
1
9
I
F
B
0
10
BUS-MINUS
5
4
S
E
2
8 N
1
9 D
1
0
10
MONO
7
5
4
3
7
2
1
0
10
MONO
S
8 E
9 N
D
ON
6
3
6
PRE
5
4
6
6
S
E
8 N
9 D
1
2
0
10
MONO
3
7
2
PRE
ON
SEND
SEND
ON AIR
ON AIR
THE LOW-NOISE
MICROPHONE PREAMP
We’re using the latest electronically balanced RF bead protected technology available.
Multi-turn trim controls (two are
provided; one for the A and one
for the B input preamp) allow
you to match gain to virtually
any microphone—even to a line
level source; great for outboard
mic processor installations.
Internal dipswitches allow you
to independently select phantom power for both A and B
inputs. Electronically balanced
insert output and input points
allow you to individually process
your microphone source and
take full advantage of the
console’s ultra high performance
mic preamp.
UP
PAN
DN
TAKE
SOURCE
5
4
IFB
6
3
7
2
8
1
9
0
10
BUS-MINUS
5
4
6
3
7
S
8 E
N
D
2
9
1
0
10
MONO
PRE
ON
SEND
ON AIR
PGM
AUD
PGM
AUD
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
AUX
UTL
AUX
UTL
ASSIGN
•
C
ASSIGN
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
L
C
ASSIGN
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
R
•
L
R
PAN
PAN
C
•
•
•
I
F
B
•
•
•
•
•
L
R
This control provides
another Wheatstone exclusive: Bus-Minus®.
Bus-Minus® brings real
power to news and sports
segments. With it you
can provide an individual
mix-minus signal from
every input module in the
console! Each anchor,
each announcer, each
host, each guest can
have a dedicated mixminus feed. It can even
be used to feed a large
array of telephone hybrids. Any engineer
who’s been in the heat of
an election, a disaster or
major news event will
appreciate the value of
this feature.
PAN
T HE H IDDEN C ONSOLE
MONITOR
CUE
There’s a whole additional
layer inside this console. There
are four mix-minus busses, so
you won’t run out of gas with talk
and news formats. Each of these
four busses has its own ON/OFF
switch as well as a fader PRE/
POST switch, so you have the
choice of the mix-minus behavior
you want. You even have a choice
of mix-minus follow or break-away
from the channel’s ON/OFF logic.
With this kind of power and flexibility, programming and engineering people can custom-tailor
functions just the way they want
them. You also have a PRE/
POST fader preset for the BusMinus® IFB knob. You even
have a choice of mono or stereo
mode for the SEND controls. In
addition to the front panel controlled Bus-Minus® talent/hybrid
feed knob, there is also a balanced STEREO DIRECT OUTPUT, letting you use the channel
as a stand-alone loop-through
controller, or split its signal for
other external bus-independent
destinations.
Input channels have independent A and B input buffers (so
A-6000 / Nov 93
MONITOR
your source equipment will have
constant loading independent of
input selectors), separate A and
B gain trims (giving you precise
channel balance and optimal
fader settings), and laser trimmed
differential balancing, yielding
precise, stable and trimmer free
CMRR—even at high frequencies, where the older discrete
instrumentation types fail to perform.
These modules even include
laser-trimmed BALANCED INSERT POINTS, so you have the
option of individual channel processing or use of the insert out
point as a pre-fader signal split,
for outboard signal distribution.
We’ve even included an internal
insert bypass switch so you don’t
have to wire through inserts that
you never intend to use.
This module is more sophisticated than anything before it. Yet
we keep the sophistication inside, so you can have the functions you need and change them
when you need, yet leave the
console operator with a clean,
uncomplicated control panel.
CUE
ANDY
MONO INPUT
0
5
10
15
20
30
40
THE FADER
The A-6000 uses only
conductive plastic longthrow linear audio taper
controls. VCAs have
been avoided (see next
page). Only precision
audio taper controls can
preserve the sound, feel
and technical performance
we
have
achieved.
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60
70
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7K
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3
4K
EQUALIZATION
Wheatstone got its start as an
equalizer company, and we have
applied the best of our well-known,
smooth-sounding technology to
this console. You won’t be at a
loss for control; you have three
bands of continuously sweepable
boost and cut, plus continuously
sweepable frequency, so you can
dial in just the effect you need. EQ
is switched in and out electronically and silently, so you can insert it right at the moment you
need it. Our reciprocal boost/cut
curves, which we pioneered in the
early seventies, provide smooth
effects and correction to your program material. With them you can
dial in on hum, buzz, and resonance and create an infinite variety
of special effects and musical enhancement. This is the equalization that creative production
people need to achieve a major
market sound. It’s the ideal option
for production environments or European engineer-operated formats.
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10K
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1K
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A
PAN
A
MODE
15K H
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+16
800 dB 16K
3.5K
3 0
3
2K
B
B
5K
M
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SOURCE
SOURCE
500
-16 dB +16
400 450 8K
3 0
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250
600
11
11
60
900
L
O
W
-16
+16
40 dB 1K
EQ
IN
A / B
5
4
7
2
A
6
3
7
2
8
9
1
B
0
10
STEREO
ON
S
8 E
N
D
9
1
0
10
STEREO
PRE
5
4
6
3
PRE
ON
SEND
SEND
ON AIR
ON AIR
ON AIR
PGM
AUD
PGM
AUD
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
AUX
UTL
AUX
UTL
ASSIGN
ASSIGN
C
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
L
C
•
•
•
•
•
L
R
ASSIGN
R
PAN
PAN
ARM
H IDDEN VALUE
SOLO
CUE
MONITOR
MONO INPUT
THE CASE FOR
AUDIO TAPER CONTROLS
0
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VCAs have been avoided due
to their sonic, technical and reliability limitations. While there has
been some debate on this issue, it
is an issue that has long been
settled by the recording industry,
and any careful comparison of
noise, distortion or sonic performance will reveal this fact. The
real truth is that VCAs, with simple
linear taper controls, are less expensive to produce, and they carry
with them the baggage of an array
of trim controls that can drift, signal dependent performance and
the loss of total control in the event
of fader contamination.
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CUE
It’s the myriad of small
details that add up to a big
difference. RF beads, for
instance: they’re designed
right into the input leads, so
you don’t have to worry about
RF infiltration, but without
costing you audio bandwidth
and preserving transient response. Differential balanced bussing: this is the
only effective way to make
the active combining networks themselves highly immune to RF and magnetic
induced interference. Lots
of ground contacts: this is
the way to control channelto-channel ground induced
interaction—we dedicate 34
low-resistance gold contact
pins to ground distribution—
not just 3 or 4. Series shunt
electronic switching: a simple
series configuration, so
popular elsewhere, just can’t
make the grade at high frequencies, and can even have
trouble keeping turned off at
high signal levels. Our
configuration eliminates
these problems. Each module is even individually fused,
so a simple module failure
can’t crash an entire power
supply. Machine start/stop
buttons use T1-3/4 LED assemblies to eliminate chronic
lamp failure, and are connectorized to make replacement easy. Even the front
panel switchcard is connectorized, so you can exact
repairs efficiently.
We’ve taken the very best
of today’s technology, components and infield engineering input to make this console the finest available.
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OUTPUTS and METERING
A-6000 Audio Console
TOTAL METERING
1
2
T HE O UTPUTS
EXTERNAL
STEREO
Two virtually identical modules provide all program, mix-minus, and send mastering, as well as
speech and music insert points for the console system. Each module masters a pair of stereo busses,
two of the four mix-minus busses, one of the two send
busses, and generates a mono sum output. Internal
switches select bus assignment (no jumpers are
required) so you can execute field exchange with the
flip of a few switches.
CUE / SOLO
SENDS
S1
S2
A
C
B
D
MXM
MONO
MONO SUM
AUX
PGM
MONO SUM
GAIN TRIM
Front panel multiturn gain trims allow
easy calibration.
They are provided
with a concealment
cover (not shown) to
keep settings secure.
AUD
UTL
MONO SUM
S1
S2
M1
M2
A
C
MXM
MXM
B
D
GAIN TRIM
The console provides
two mono sum outputs;
one from each of the modules. You even have the
convenience of a front
panel switch to determine
which of the stereo outputs is used to derive the
mono sum. This is ideal
for AM simulcast, split program and network operations.
GAIN TRIM
1
2
METERS
AUX
UTL
STEREO
LT
PGM
RT
LT
AUD
RT
VU TRIM
LT
LT
LT
PGM
AUD
AUX
RT
RT
RT
LT
LT
AUX
UTL
SWT
RT
RT
RT
MASTER A
MASTER B
LT
SWITCHED METERS
E VENT T IMER
The console timer is
provided with an AUTORESTART function so
programmed input modules (with their own internal dipswitch A and B
preselects) can automatically reset the timer
display to zero and start
a new count, allowing the
announcer to easily track
his own pace.
The timer includes a
display that is separated
from the console clock,
for easier visibility and a
more error-free working
environment.
I/O PORTS
These modules receive their input
signals differentially, to avoid bus-induced interference. The output circuit
uses a precision laser-trimmed servo
output technology that can produce a
stable drive to balanced and unbalanced
loads, and can even operate with either
a high or low side grounded. Output
modules provide the I/O path for the
console's music and speech processing loops. These ports, too, are lasertrimmed. The outputs and the insert
points can easily handle +28dB levels,
assuring plenty of headroom.
AUTO
S / S
RESET
HOLD
TIMER
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M
N
Our design concept is
simple: if there’s a program
output from the console, it
should be metered. On
twenty-four input and larger
consoles, you have dedicated meters for PROGRAM,
AUDITION and AUXILIARY,
with a fourth switched pair
controlled from this module.
This fourth VU pair can meter
the UTILITY bus (AUX bus
on smaller mainframes), both
MONO SUMs, all four MIXMINUS busses, both of the
SEND busses, and two EXTERNAL inputs. It also has
the extra convenience of automatically switching to any
cued input channel, so you
can know what’s going on
anywhere in the console and
calibrate in a hurry.
VU select switches are
full-surface illuminated with
color-coded LEDs, so you
can know what you’re metering with a glance. As on
output modules, front panel
multi-turn trims permit easy
VU calibration and are provided with a concealment
cover (not shown) to keep
settings secure.
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The START/STOP button
halts the timer, holds the last
count, and then restarts and
accumulates the count when
depressed again—perfect for
compiling tapes of desired duration.
RESET has a dual-mode
capability: If you depress it
while the timer is counting,
the display will instantly reset
to zero and start a fresh count.
If the timer is already stopped,
depressing this button will reset the timer to zero, where it
will hold until start is pressed.
HOLD: This momentary
action button allows you to
hold the display for a longer
viewing duration, while still
allowing the counter to continue in the background. Releasing the button will then
display the current count.
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A-6000 Audio Console
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THE STEREO CUE SYSTEM
Stereo CUE enhances listenability and is, after all, fitting for
all current program material.
Most console frames are fitted
with left and right stereo cue
speakers and also feed stereo
cue to the headphone monitor.
There is, however, an internal
switch that allows mono operation. The console has an internal cue power amplifier with
plenty of drive and also an electronically balanced secondary
cue output , should an external
system be preferred. The cue
system also provides an incoming path for studio-to-control
room talkback (control room/onair muted, of course), and for an
optional 8-station intercom system, which allows any number
of Wheatstone consoles or rack
stations to easily communicate.
1
MODE
STEREO
2
MONO
LT
3
RT
EXTERNAL
4
SENDS
S1
S2
A
C
B
D
MXM
MONO
1
2
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
1
M ONITOR M ODULES
These modules provide a degree
of monitor control previously not available. As with the console’s meter
module, the philosophy behind them
is simple: if there’s an output, you
should be able to monitor it. You can
select any of the stereo assignment
busses, either of the two mono sums,
any of the four mix-minus busses,
and either of the two send busses;
you can even access four external
stereo inputs. The source select
switch layout is consistent with the
rest of the console, so operation is
intuitive. There is even a mode listening selector laid out just like the input
channels, so you can monitor stereo,
mono, left only or right only sources.
MODE
STEREO
2
MONO
LT
3
RT
EXTERNAL
4
SENDS
S1
S2
A
C
B
D
MXM
MONO
1
2
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
TALLYS
STEREO
5
4
7
2
Like the control room monitor, the same high quality level
control is used with its own corresponding LED illuminated ON/
OFF switch. This section also
includes a headphone equalization circuit to suit individual operator preferences.
A headphone polarity switch
(another Wheatstone first) is also
provided. This increases audio
clarity for the announcer by reversing the polarity of both the
left and right channels, so the
sound arriving at the outside of
the ear drum can be in phase to
the listener’s internal auditory
path. This is a feature that future
announcers will insist on having.
The headphone normally listens to the same source as the
control room, but automatically
switches to CUE or SOLO when
an input is so selected (this feature may be internally switchdefeated). Headphone jacks are
provided at both the left and right
sides of the console mainframe,
just below counter height, to keep
cables away from work surfaces.
8
9
1
HEADPHONE MONITOR
STEREO
6
3
0
10
CUE
EQ
IN
Ø
POLARITY
0
3
3
6
6
11
H
I
G
H
11
14
14
-16
3
dB
0
+16
3
6
6
11
L
O
W
11
14
14
-16 dB +16
4
5
6
3
7
2
8
9
1
0
10
TALKBACK
S TUDIO M ONITOR
The studio monitor module provides level control and talkback to
two studios. It is possible to use a
second module for studios 3 and 4
or additional headphone feeds.
Since the console has four mute
busses, operating options are considerable. Like the control room
module, it has a complete and unabridged monitor selector section.
EQ
4
5
CONTROL ROOM
6
3
7
2
8
1
9
0
10
HEADPHONE
ON
4
5
6
3
7
2
8
1
9
0
10
CONTROL ROOM
ON
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You won’t run out of tally circuits on this console; there are four
tally control lines. Tally outputs
are opto-isolated to high gain optocouplers so you can trigger most
external devices. You can have an
on-air tally; you can have separate
tallys for AM and FM, for skimmers
and phone-ins; otherwise complicated functions (like talk segment
recorder or skimmer control) are
easy to accomplish.
Q
Next to program, control room output is the most
important consideration. That’s why we provide plenty of
monitor selection, so the operator can set up or monitor
mix-minus feeds, auxiliary sends, or a large variety of
external inputs. And, by means of the mode selector, he
easily can check signal integrity of the left and right
channels, and even for mono sum errors.
The control room level control is a long life conductive
plastic element carefully selected for tracking accuracy
and feel. Naturally, it’s connectorized for rapid replacement should that become necessary. An illuminated ON/
OFF switch is included.
There is also the option of an internal switch to automatically route CUE to the right monitor channel whenever an input is cued.
Output is electronically balanced and +28dB capable
to assure plenty of headroom and freedom from clipping.
4
5
6
3
7
2
8
1
9
0
10
STUDIO 2
TB 2
4
5
6
3
7
2
8
1
9
0
10
STUDIO 1
TB 1
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PHONE and INTERCOM
A-6000 Audio Console
TELEPHONES
REC
1
The A-6000 gives you a choice of approaches
to dealing with phones:
Bus-Minus® — Individual input modules can
be configured to provide an output of a sum of
other modules, but minus itself. That module, for
instance, can connect to the send and receive of
a hybrid; its fader feeds your program, yet its own
Bus-Minus® feeds the program minus the caller.
In this way a console with 24 inputs could in
theory be connected to 24 different hybrids. The
mix referred to would be one of the internal mixminus busses, and modules assigned to that bus
would be internally switch-programmed.
Traditional Mix-Minus Array — This scheme
involves driving a mix to feed to the hybrid by
means of any one or combination of the four mixminus busses that this console possesses. The
caller would then be returned by means of a
dedicated line module (which of course would
not be programmed to feed its own mix-minus
bus).
The Superphone Module — This dedicated
module has the distinct advantage of consolidating all phone functions on one panel without the
need of tying up other input channels for this
work.
READY
2
EXTERNAL
FEEDS
FEED TRIM
I NTERCOM
The ICM-6000 module is part of an integrated
intercom system, a family of modules for most Wheatstone console series. It allows announcers to
communicate between all the studios in a facility.
When a call button is pushed, the announcer’s signal
routes to any of eight locations. The operator at the
receiving end will hear the caller on his cue speakers
and can answer hands free (on-air mute protected). A
tally lamp at the receiving end indicates which station
is calling.
CALLER FEED
A
C
B
D
MXM
Each module is self-powered from its host console,
and a simple daisy chain interface is all that is required
for installation. A rackmount version is also available
for your technical room or splitting your system to a twoline for remotes. This intercom system goes beyond
simple studio talkback and allows communication
throughout your entire complex.
ON AIR
MIC
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
NULL
BUSY
ASSIGN
PRIVACY
PROGRAM
SUPERPHONE
Our exclusive Superphone Module
allows complete phone segment operation directly from one module. No
need to tie up or operate other line
modules for your hybrids. You can
select any one of the four mix-minus
buses to feed the callers; you can cue
callers without monitor interruption, and
feed a multitrack recorder separate
caller, announcer and program tracks.
You can have on-air or off-air operation, and individually adjust caller one
and caller two levels. Caller one and
caller two can conference together,
and the announcer’s microphone is
automatically routed to the callers with
no need to activate his own mic module. You even have the option of
presetting your mix-minus matrix for
different formats and selecting that
matrix right from this module. Or, you
can internally program the module to
receive any of the stereo assign busses, so that callers may be fed material
from outside sources.
Superphone greatly simplifies callin segments, reducing operator confusion and program control error.
CUE
1
CUE
CUE
2
CALLERS
CALLERS INPUT
INTERCOM
0
1
5
10
2
15
3
20
4
30
5
40
50
6
60
70
00
7
8
ON
STATION
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T
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OPTIONS / MAINFRAMES
A-6000 Audio Console
T HE C ONSOLE M AINFRAME
Perhaps the greatest option to the
A-6000 mainframe is that it has no options.
All module slots are configured exactly the
same, allowing any module to be plugged
in any slot; locations may even be changed
later, if you wish. This gives you the freedom
of placing modules in their most useful
configurations or best associated
groupings, so that operation is fast and
easy to understand.
Standard mainframe sizes accommodate 18, 22, 24 or 32 inputs and 6 accessory positions. But, since the A-6000 is a
truly open architecture design, you can
actually use inputs in lieu of accessory
modules, allowing you to expand the input
section beyond its standard complement.
Therefore a 24 input frame could house 30
inputs and no accessories. The ultimate in
flexibility.
T HE C ONSOLE M ETERBRIDGE
MACHINE 1
RTZ
TAPE REMOTE
This module provides a convenient interface to control the full
function of two tape
machines. All switches
and LEDs are individually iso-lated and wired
to the multi-pin connector.
<<
>>
STOP
REC
PLAY
PRE SELECT
Traditionally, RF enters a console through its
VU meter cutouts; however, since the A-6000
meterbridge is a fully enclosed housing, and only
buffered audio is delivered to the bridge, the RF
path into the console is eliminated.
Another important feature is that the meterbridge is hinged so maintenance can be performed
from the front of the console; this is an important
consideration, as many studios lack adequate rear
access space.
The meterbridge is fitted with lighted SIFAM
model A32AF VU meters (ANSI 16.5-1954 standard) or optional PPM meters. Driver electronics
are housed in the mainframe meter module, so
calibration with the bridge closed in its normal
operating position is possible.
The meterbridge housing has provision for a
miniature bus and I/O assembly, so you can plug
your custom (and our future) accessory “black
boxes” into this location.
MACHINE 1
1
2
3
4
5
6
This module electronically selects any
one of eight stereo
sources and routes it to
one stereo output. It
allows you to expand
the input capability of
an input channel or a
monitor module.
MACHINE 2
RTZ
<<
>>
STOP
7
REC
8
PLAY
SOURCE
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PRESELECT
U
MACHINE 2
V
Q UICK C ONNECTIONS
The idea here is to turn days of
installation into hours. Every
mainframe position has three I/O
ports: two DB-25s and one DB-9.
You get the mating DB connectors, complete with a super fast
tooling system. You can actually
terminate one DB-25 connector
worth of wires (8 audio lines) in
less than three minutes (no fooling around with loose pin connectors here). And we provide gold
contacts, so you can forget about
corrosion, and a cable strain relief that clamps around the jacket
of your cable, to prevent broken
conductors.
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MAINFRAME INSTALLATION
Mainframe Installation
CHAPTER CONTENTS
UNPACKING THE CONSOLE .............................................................. 2-1
MAINFRAME INSTALLATION ............................................................. 2-1
SYSTEM GROUND ............................................................................. 2-2
Typical Grounding Scheme (dwg) .................................................... 2-3
Further Grounding Details .............................................................. 2-3
THE CONSOLE POWER SUPPLY ........................................................ 2-4
Power Supply Functions ................................................................. 2-4
Dual Redundant Fail-safe Supply ................................................... 2-5
ENERGIZING THE CONSOLE ............................................................ 2-5
UNPACKING THE CONSOLE
The console is normally shipped as two packages. One contains the
console, installation kit, spare parts kit and documentation; the other
contains the rackmount power supply and connecting cable. Begin by
unpacking and locating these items.
Do not connect the A-6000 console to its power supply (and do not
connect the power supply to the AC power line) until instructed to do so.
MAINFRAME INSTALLATION
The console is designed for simple drop-through installation in a countertop.
Cut-out dimensions (in inches) for the various mainframe types are shown
on the chart below:
TOTAL MAINFRAME
POSITIONS
25
28
32
36
40
OVERALL CONSOLE
DIMENSIONS
24 x 40-3/4
24 x 45-1/4
24 x 51-5/16
24 x 57-5/16
24 x 63-3/8
21-5/8 x 39-1/16
21-5/8 x 43-5/8
21-5/8 x 49-5/8
21-5/8 x 55-11/16
21-5/8 x 61-11/16
21
24
28
32
36
CUT-OUT DIMENSIONS
MAXIMUM NUMBER
OF INPUT MODULES
Console placement should take into consideration avoiding proximity to
any electromagnetic fields, such as large power transformers, motors, and
flourescent lighting fixtures.
Before proceeding with input/output connections, it will be necessary to
ground the console properly (next section).
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MAINFRAME INSTALLATION
SYSTEM GROUND
Note that as supplied from the factory the console power supply common,
audio common, and the A-6000 chassis are connected together at the console
mainframe, but are NOT connected to electrical ground and the chassis of the
power supply. Safety requirements dictate that a positive connection from
the console mainframe to electrical ground be made in the completed
installation; use one of the grounding lugs on the bottom of the mainframe
(located towards the righthand rear of the mainframe pan) to establish your
system ground.
The system ground serves two important purposes:
(1) It provides a zero signal reference point for the entire audio system;
(2) It assures safety from electrical shock.
There exist two terms that one encounters in a discussion of ground:
(A) EARTH GROUND, which is usually a heavy copper rod driven into
the soil adjacent to the building (around 6 feet down) or a
connection to the copper water pipes leading into the building.
Either is acceptable (unless, of course, the water pipe is made of
plastic).
(B) THE POWER COMPANY EARTH CONDUCTOR that enters the
building at the power line breaker box; this conductor should be
(and is often by code) tied to the above-mentioned earth ground
at one point. This point is the SYSTEM EARTH GROUND.
TIE THE CONSOLE GROUND LUG TERMINAL STRIP TO THE SYSTEM
EARTH GROUND. TIE EVERY PIECE OF EQUIPMENT IN THE ENTIRE
AUDIO SYSTEM TO THE CONSOLE GROUND LUG TERMINAL STRIP. If the
system earth ground point is inaccessible, tie the console ground terminal
strip to the power company earth conductor at the main breaker box (see
drawing "Typical Grounding Scheme" on next page).
An “isolated AC ground” studio
outlet (see margin note page
2-4) can also be used to accomplish the required grounding.
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Each piece of equipment should be connected by its own ground wire
(usually the round third pin on the AC cord). This means that every AC outlet
must have a separate conductor run to the console ground lug terminal strip;
the outlets cannot be daisy-chained as is normally encountered in commercial and residential AC systems. Any equipment not supplied with 3-wire AC
cables must have individual ground wires (16 gauge or larger) connected to
their chassis grounds and then run to the console ground lug terminal strip.
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MAINFRAME INSTALLATION
MIC PANEL
EFFECTS RACK
CONSOLE
GND
DEVICE 1
DEVICE 2
2-TRACK
etc.
DEVICE N
MULTI-TRACK
Tie the console ground lug terminal strip to the system earth
ground. Tie every piece of equipment in the entire audio system
to the console ground lug terminal strip.
AC BREAKER
BOX
HIGH POWER
EQUIPMENT RACK
HEAVY
(#4 or #6)
COPPER
WIRE
POWER COMPANY
EARTH GROUND
CONSOLE POWER SUPPLY
CONTROL ROOM POWER AMP
COPPER ROD
STUDIO POWER AMP
OTHER
3–5 ft.
SOIL
3-wire ground or separate wire run from chassis
TYPICAL SYSTEM
GROUNDING SCHEME
FURTHER GROUNDING DETAILS
Check all equipment to be absolutely certain that each unit is power
transformer isolated from the AC mains to prevent safety hazards.
It is assumed that in each piece of audio equipment the audio ground and
the chassis are tied together at some point. Any piece of equipment lacking
a grounded chassis is likely to be prone to interference problems.
Locate all unbalanced audio equipment in the same rack if possible, to
minimize chassis ground potential differences. It may also be helpful to
insulate each piece of unbalanced equipment from its mounting rails in the
rack by means of nylon 10-32 screws and insulating washers between rails
and faceplates.
Once the system is properly grounded, proceed with the console power
supply installation and connection (next section).
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MAINFRAME INSTALLATION
THE CONSOLE POWER SUPPLY
The power feed recommended
in the text is often installed and
referred to in studios as an “isolated AC ground” outlet.
It is usually orange in color.
The A-6000 console uses a separate rackmount Wheatstone PS-6000
Power Supply. The power supply should be mounted in an adjacent
equipment rack within fifteen feet (but no closer than 3 feet) of the console.
It should be mounted in a rack space (it requires three rack spaces or
5-1/4") where proper air circulation is possible. Avoid locating any high gain
equipment (such as phono preamps, tape recorders, etc.) too near the power
supply, to avoid magnetic interference into that equipment.
Once the supply is mounted, connect the linking power cable at the console
end; the connector is a 9-pin plug that mates with a matching socket
mounted on the console mainframe bottom (righthand end). Note that the
cable plug has to be rotated until the locating pins match the socket; do not
force the connector on; it attaches easily when properly aligned. Connect
the other end of the cable to the rackmounted power supply.
The power supply is fitted with a 3-wire grounded AC cord that should be
plugged into a “clean” AC power source. That is, an AC source that feeds only
the control room audio gear. This source should be a separate feed from those
powering lighting, air-conditioning, or any other non-audio machinery. The
third pin ground wire of the AC source should be tied to the central system
ground point (see “System Ground” section). Note that while the AC power
cord ground wire terminates at the power supply chassis, it does NOT
connect to the A-6000 console common; the console itself must be
grounded separately. (See previous section: “System Ground”.)
POWER SUPPLY FUNCTIONS
+48V LED – This LED indicates the presence of +48V DC phantom power
for those microphone input modules that have their PCB-mounted phantom
power dipswitch position activated.
LAMP LED – Indicates the presence of +6V DC lamp voltage.
+V & –V LEDs – These LEDs glow to indicate the presence of the +18V and
-18V rails respectively. Should there be a power supply failure or cable short,
one or both LEDs will not light.
DIG LED – Indicates the presence of +6.5V DC digital voltage.
DC Power Connector (rear) — This multi-pin connector is used for all
console DC power lines. Connect console to supply before plugging power
supply into AC mains. The cable supplied is of proper wire gauge for its
standard length. Consult factory if a longer cable is required.
AC Power Cord — The cord shipped with the console is a 3-wire grounded
cord. Make sure it is used properly; do not cut the ground lug off.
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MAINFRAME INSTALLATION
DUAL REDUNDANT FAIL-SAFE SUPPLY
Consoles can be equipped with dual redundant supplies; this fail-safe
system allows two rackmounted supplies to be connected directly to one
console. Failsafe switchover circuitry is integral to each rackmount supply.
Six rack spaces (10.5") are required for this option.
ENERGIZING THE CONSOLE
Assuming the console mainframe is properly installed and grounded, and
its power supply correctly mounted and connected to the console, you may
now energize the rackmount power supply by plugging it into the AC mains.
The five LEDs on the power supply front panel should light up to indicate
the presence of their respective voltages. The console's VU meters will
illuminate; individual channel OFF switches will be lit. Input module source
A switches will be activated, mode selectors will be in stereo, and PGM assign
buttons will be lit. Output module mono sum PGM and AUD will be selected.
CR and STUDIO monitor module EXT 1 source will be selected and in stereo
mode. METER module EXT 1 source will be selected; the timer auto-restart
function will be lit. If a stereo line selector module is present, then EXT 1 will
be selected. All other controls should be off, but will light when pressed.
Once you have verified proper power-up, unplug the rackmount
power supply to de-energize the console. You may now proceed to
wire up audio and control connections (next chapter).
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Aug 93
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Console I/O Connections
CHAPTER CONTENTS
General ......................................................................................................... 3-2
The Insulation Displacement Connector System ......................... 3-2
Connection Procedures ............................................................... 3-3
Balanced vs Unbalanced I/O Connections .................................. 3-3
Mono Mic/Line Input Module (ML-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram .................................................................... 3-4
Audio Connections ..................................................................... 3-5
Control Ports .............................................................................. 3-5
Dipswitch Controlled Functions .................................................. 3-7
Stereo Line Input Module (SL-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram .................................................................... 3-9
Audio Connections ....................................................................3-10
Control Ports .............................................................................3-11
Dipswitch Controlled Functions .................................................3-11
Output Master Module (OM-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram (Output #1) ................................................3-14
Audio Connections (Output #1) ..................................................3-15
Dipswitch Controlled Functions (Output #1) ..............................3-16
I/O Pinout Diagram (Output #2) ................................................3-17
Audio Connections (Output #2) ..................................................3-18
Dipswitch Controlled Functions (Output #2) ..............................3-19
Control Room Monitor Module (CR-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram ...................................................................3-20
Audio & Control Connections .....................................................3-21
Dipswitch Controlled Functions .................................................3-22
Studio Monitor Module (optional) (SC-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram ...................................................................3-23
Audio & Control Connections .....................................................3-24
Dipswitch Controlled Functions .................................................3-25
Meter Output Module (MO-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram ...................................................................3-26
Audio Connections ....................................................................3-27
Intercom Module (optional) (ICM-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram ...................................................................3-28
Audio & Control Connections .....................................................3-29
Stereo Line Selector Module (optional) (LS-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram ...................................................................3-30
Audio Connections ....................................................................3-31
Superphone Module (optional) (SPN-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram ...................................................................3-32
Audio Connections ....................................................................3-33
Control Connections ..................................................................3-34
Dipswitch Controlled Functions .................................................3-34
Tape Remote Module (optional) (TR-6000)
I/O Pinout Diagram ...................................................................3-36
Audio Connections ....................................................................3-37
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
GENERAL
All audio and control I/O connections to the A-6000 console are made
through multipin connectors (DB-25 and DB-9 type) located on the bottom of
the console mainframe.
The Insulation Displacement Connector System
The I/O wiring interface system is based on insulation displacement
technology. A special AMP wiring tool is included with each console; it is autoindexing, and allows individual wire connections to be positively made with
a single squeeze of the tool's trigger. The trigger action is ratchet controlled,
and will not release until a full connection is made. Once released, the
multipin connector held in the tool's jaw automatically indexes to the next
connector pin. The technology is such that no stripping, soldering or tinning
of wire ends is required; all that is needed is for the wires destined for the
connector be snub cut and laid out in order (although tubing should be used
on bare drain wires). An empty DB-25 or DB-9 connector is inserted into the
tool, indexed to the first pin, and the wires are inserted one by one into the jaw
and the trigger squeezed. In this way a single multipin connector can be
completely wired up in a minute or two.
The AMP tool insulation displacement connector system. Note the right angle hood with selflocking tabs. The tool, multipin connectors (with gold plated pins) and latching hoods are supplied
with each console.
In the event of a wiring error, connector pins may easily be removed from
the shell with the wire still attached, and inserted into the correct position.
Observe the side of the connector, with the metal part down. You'll see a row
of "Vees"—simply press the top of the vee together with a scribe or other sharp
instrument; this will unlock the pin from the shell, and it can be removed and
inserted into the correct position. Spread the vee apart to lock the pin in the
new position. It should never be necessary to discard a connector due to a
wiring error.
Note that mating right angle hoods for each connector are also supplied
with the console. These have locking tabs that hold the connectors securely
to the bottom of the console mainframe.
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Connection Procedures
As supplied from the factory, the console requires no logic connections to function.
Therefore an orderly installation begins with the audio wiring. Once proper audio
operation is verified (i.e., no ground loops), proceed with the control wiring.
Refer to the Module I/O Pinout Drawings to connect the console to your studio
equipment. Recommended setup is to have all microphone inputs connected to the first
channels (mono mic type), with the remaining line input sources connected to stereo
line inputs. It is good practice to group input types together. For example, if you have
three cart machines, connect them to the inputs of three successive stereo line
modules.
NOTE there are two rows of DB connectors: UPPER and LOWER. UPPER is the row
of connectors closest to the meterbridge; LOWER is the row of connectors closest to the
armrest.
Balanced versus Unbalanced Connections
See pages 2 and 3 of the APPENDIX for information on hooking up unbalanced
equipment to the A-6000 console.
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Upper DB-25
Connector
N/C
MIC A IN SHIELD
MIC A IN LOW
MIC A IN HIGH
MIC B IN SHIELD
MIC B IN LOW
MIC B IN HIGH
SPARE (1 LO)
SPARE (1 SH)
SPARE (1 HI)
SPARE (2 SH)
SPARE (2 LO)
SPARE (2 HI)
LINE A IN SHIELD
LINE A IN LOW
LINE B IN SHIELD
LINE B IN HIGH
LINE A IN HIGH
LINE B IN LOW
INSERT OUT SHIELD
INSERT OUT LOW
INSERT IN SHIELD
INSERT OUT HIGH
INSERT IN LOW
INSERT IN HIGH
IFB OUT SHIELD
IFB OUT LOW
IFB OUT HIGH
DIRECT OUT SHIELD
DIRECT OUT LOW
DIRECT OUT HIGH
SPARE (3 SH)
SPARE (3 LO)
SPARE (3 HI)
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
B +5VDC
B DIGITAL COMMON
B DIGITAL COMMON
B OFF SWITCH
B ON SWITCH
B ON TALLY
B OFF TALLY
B TB-TO-CR
B COUGH
N/C
N/C
A +5VDC
A DIGITAL COMMON
N/C
A DIGITAL COMMON
A ON SWITCH
A OFF SWITCH
A OFF TALLY
A ON TALLY
A TB-TO-CR
A COUGH
Lower DB-25
Connector
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Nov 93
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Mono Input Module I/O Connector Pinouts
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
MONO MIC/LINE INPUT MODULE (ML-6000)
Upper DB-25 Connector – Audio Connections
Typical DB-25
connector.
Pin 25 - MIC A INPUT, SHIELD
Pin 12 - MIC A INPUT, LOW
Pin 24 - MIC A INPUT, HIGH
Pin 11 - MIC B INPUT, SHIELD
Pin 23 - MIC B INPUT, LOW
Pin 10 - MIC B INPUT, HIGH
Pin 19 - LINE A INPUT, SHIELD
Pin 06 - LINE A INPUT, LOW
Pin 18 - LINE A INPUT, HIGH
Pin 05 - LINE B INPUT, SHIELD
Pin 17 - LINE B INPUT, LOW
Pin 04 - LINE B INPUT, HIGH
Pin 13 - N/C
Pin 16 - INSERT OUT, SHIELD
Pin 03 - INSERT OUT, LOW
Pin 15 - INSERT OUT, HIGH
Pin 02 - INSERT IN, SHIELD
Pin 14 - INSERT IN, LOW
Pin 01 - INSERT IN, HIGH
Pins 7,8,9,20,21,22 - SPARE
DB-9 Connector – Audio Connections
Typical DB-9
connector.
Pin 8 - DIRECT OUTPUT, SHIELD
Pin 3 - DIRECT OUTPUT, LOW
Pin 7 - DIRECT OUTPUT, HIGH
Pin 5 - IFB OUTPUT, SHIELD
Pin 9 - IFB OUTPUT, LOW
Pin 4 - IFB OUTPUT, HIGH
Pins 1,2,6 - SPARE
Lower DB-25 Connector – Control Ports
See schematic on page 5-6 (just
above drawing title block) for typical user-supplied control circuits.
A-6000 / Nov 93
The following control functions, listed by pin number, are available at the
lower DB-25 I/O connector of each mono mic/line input module. Note each
function is available twice: at both "A" and "B" source ports, allowing control
functions to follow the module's A/B mic selector switch.
PIN 1: A COUGH - When user-supplied circuitry provides a momentary
closure to "A DIGITAL COMMON" (Pins 4 or 17) this port turns the module OFF
for as long as the closure is maintained.
PIN 16: A ON SWITCH - When user-supplied circuitry provides a closure
to "A DIGITAL COMMON" (Pin 4 or 17) this port turns the module ON.
PIN 3: A OFF SWITCH - When user-supplied circuitry provides a closure
to "A DIGITAL COMMON" (Pin 4 or 17) this port turns the module OFF.
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Typical DB-25
connector.
A-6000 / June
Nov 93
00
PIN 15: A ON TALLY - This logic control pin provides sink for an external
tally lamp by going "low" when the module is ON. The lamp may be powered
by Pin 5 ("A +5VDC"). See mono mic/line input module schematic (page 5-6)
for details.
PIN 2: A OFF TALLY - This logic control pin provides sink for an external
tally lamp by going "low" when the module is OFF. The lamp may be powered
by Pin 5 ("A +5VDC"). See mono mic/line input module schematic (page 5-6)
for details.
PINS 4 and 17: A DIGITAL COMMON - Used for remote ON, OFF, COUGH
and TALKBACK functions (see above).
PIN 5: A +5V DIGITAL - Used for ON and OFF TALLY functions (see above).
PIN 14: A TB TO CR - When user-supplied circuitry provides a momentary
closure to "A LOGIC COMMON" (Pins 4 or 17) this control port causes the
module signal to be sent to the console's talkbalk bus for as long as the closure
is maintained.
PIN 7: B COUGH - When user-supplied circuitry provides a momentary
closure to "B DIGITAL COMMON" (Pins 10 or 23) this port turns the module
OFF for as long as the closure is maintained.
PIN 22: B ON SWITCH - When user-supplied circuitry provides a closure
to "B DIGITAL COMMON" (Pin 10 or 23) this port turns the module ON.
PIN 9: B OFF SWITCH - When user-supplied circuitry provides a closure
to "B DIGITAL COMMON" (Pin 10 or 23) this port turns the module OFF.
PIN 21: B ON TALLY - This logic control pin provides sink for an external
tally lamp by going "low" when the module is ON. The lamp may be powered
by Pin 11 ("B +5VDC"). See mono mic/line input module schematic (page
5-6) for details.
PIN 8: B OFF TALLY - This logic control pin provides sink for an external
tally lamp by going "low" when the module is OFF. The lamp may be powered
by Pin 11 ("B +5VDC"). See mono mic/line input module schematic (page
5-6) for details.
PINS 10 and 23: B DIGITAL COMMON - Used for remote ON, OFF,
COUGH and TALKBACK functions (see above).
PIN 11: B +5V DIGITAL - Used for ON and OFF TALLY functions (see
above).
PIN 20: B TB TO CR - When user-supplied circuitry provides a momentary
closure to "B DIGITAL COMMON" (Pins 10 or 23) this control port causes the
module signal to be sent to the console's talkbalk bus for as long as the closure
is maintained.
PINS 6,12,13,18,19,24,25: N/C
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
MONO INPUT SWITCH CONTROLLED FUNCTIONS
For programming purposes
switches are described as viewed
from the component side of the
module printed circuit board, with
UP being towards the module
faceplate and RT pointing to the
bottom of the module, where the
channel ON/OFF switches are
located.
Each ML-6000 input module has numerous PCB-mounted switches that
may be user-programmed to perform various functions. There are two main
categories for these switches: SIGNAL ROUTING (what point in the module
signal path a signal is tapped from ["pre/post"] & where the signal is sent when
it leaves the module ["bus assignment"]), and LOGIC FUNCTIONS (when a
module's channel ON switch is pressed, many different things can happen—
both within the console itself and to external equipment connected to the
console; what functions actually get activated are determined by this group
of switches). All switches are accessed by removing individual modules from
the console mainframe.
Mono Input Signal Routing Switches
MUSIC/SPEECH ASSIGN (PGM & AUD)
See Load Sheet Drawing (page
6-2) for switch locations.
SW18
SW19
SW20
SW21
–
–
–
–
PGM LT (RT is speech, LT is music)
PGM RT (RT is speech, LT is music)
AUD LT (RT is speech, LT is music)
AUD RT (RT is speech, LT is music)
INSERT BYPASS
SW17 – Allows the module's insert patch points (see upper DB-25 input/
output connector pinouts) to be internally bypassed (LT position is ON and
activates the bypass; RT is OFF and places the insert patch points into the
signal path).
MIX-MINUS ASSIGN
The following four switches assign the module signal to the console's four mixminus ACN busses:
SW22 – MXM A bus assign (UP is off, DOWN is on)
SW23 – MXM B bus assign (UP is off, DOWN is on)
SW24 – MXM C bus assign (UP is off, DOWN is on)
SW25 – MXM D bus assign (UP is off, DOWN is on)
These four switches determine whether the mix-minus signal is tapped before
(PRE) or after (POST) the module's fader, channel on/off and panpot circuitry:
SW10 – MXM A signal tap (UP is pre, DOWN is post)
SW11 – MXM B signal tap (UP is pre, DOWN is post)
SW12 – MXM C signal tap (UP is pre, DOWN is post)
SW13 – MXM D signal tap (UP is pre, DOWN is post)
TALKBACK ASSIGN
Positions 5, 6, and 7 of a seven position dipswitch (SW6) assign the module
signal to the console's talkback busses (UP is on, DOWN is off). Please note
that only one mic channel may be assigned to each of the talkback busses.
SW6 (Position 5) – Talkback to Studio 1 and 2
SW6 (Position 6) – Talkback Studio 1 to Studio 2
SW6 (Position 7) – Talkback Studio 2 to Studio 1
IFB ASSIGN
SW7 – Determines whether the channel signal will be present on the
module's IFB output (UP is off, DOWN is on).
SW5 – Determines whether the module's IFB signal will be tapped pre or
post fader/channel ON-OFF/panpot (UP is pre, DOWN is post).
A-6000 / Jan
Nov 97
93
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Mono Input Switch Controlled Logic Functions
AUXILIARY ASSIGN
SW2 – LT: Auxiliary assign function follows channel on switch, RT: Auxiliary
assign will override (activate) channel on audio FET switch (channel on tally/mute/
timer functions are not activated).
UTILITY ASSIGN
SW3 – LT: Utility assign function follows channel on switch, RT: Utility assign
will override (activate) channel on audio FET switch (channel on tally/mute/timer
functions are not activated).
MXM/SEND ASSIGN
SW1 Position 4 – UP: send follows channel on switch, DOWN: send operates
independently of channel on switch.
SW4 – LT: MXM/SEND assign function follows channel on switch, RT:
MXM/SEND assign operates independently of channel on switch.
CUE and SOLO DROPOUT
On modules with no ARM
switch, position 3 of SWI
must be DOWN to enable
external source machine
functions.
SW1 Position 2 – UP: channel on deactivates cue function, DOWN: cue function
operates independently of channel on switch.
SW1 Position 1 – UP: channel on deactivates solo function, DOWN: solo function
operates independently of channel on switch.
SW1 Position 3 – UP: External source machine functions (both A and B sources)
follow ARM switch, DOWN: the functions work whether ARM button is pressed or not.
TALLY, MUTE and TIMER FUNCTIONS
Each mono input module can select between two input sources (A and B). Both A
and B sources may be programmed independently to activate various functions
when the module's channel on switch is pressed. TALLY functions (there are four)
activate opto-isolated tally relay closures at the console's control room monitor
module. These closures may be used to control externally powered tally lights. MUTE
functions turn off the console's various monitor outputs. The TIMER RESTART
function automatically resets the console timer to zero and starts a count-up. (All
switches are ON when in the UP position and OFF when DOWN.)
SOURCE A CHANNEL ON FUNCTIONS:
SW14 Position 1 – Tally 1
SW14 Position 2 – Tally 2
SW14 Position 3 – Tally 3
SW14 Position 4 – On-Air Tally
SW14 Position 5 – Studio 4 Mute
SW14 Position 6 – Studio 3 Mute
SW14 Position 7 – Studio 2 Mute
SW15 Position 1 – Studio 1 Mute
SW15 Position 2 – Control Room Mute
SW15 Position 3 – Timer Restart
SW15 Position 4 – not used
SOURCE B CHANNEL ON FUNCTIONS:
SW15 Position 5 – Tally 1
SW15 Position 6 – Tally 2
SW15 Position 7 – Tally 3
SW16 Position 1 – On-Air Tally
SW16 Position 2 – Studio 4 Mute
SW16 Position 3 – Studio 3 Mute
SW16 Position 4 – Studio 2 Mute
SW16 Position 5 – Studio 1 Mute
SW16 Position 6 – Control Room Mute
SW16 Position 7 – Timer Restart
PHANTOM POWER
SW6 (seven-position) turns +48VDC phantom power on (UP position) and off (DOWN
position). Position 1 controls microphone input A, and position 2 microphone B.
A-6000 / Nov
Apr 98
93
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Upper DB-25
Connector
N/C
LINE A IN LEFT SHIELD
LINE A IN LEFT LOW
LINE A IN LEFT HIGH
LINE A IN RIGHT SHIELD
LINE A IN RIGHT LOW
LINE A IN RIGHT HIGH
LINE B IN LEFT LOW
LINE B IN LEFT SHIELD
LINE B IN LEFT HIGH
LINE B IN RIGHT SHIELD
LINE B IN RIGHT LOW
LINE B IN RIGHT HIGH
INSERT OUT LEFT SHIELD
INSERT OUT LEFT LOW
INSERT OUT RIGHT SHIELD
INSERT OUT RIGHT HIGH
INSERT OUT LEFT HIGH
INSERT OUT RIGHT LOW
INSERT IN LEFT SHIELD
INSERT IN LEFT LOW
INSERT IN RIGHT SHIELD
INSERT IN LEFT HIGH
INSERT IN RIGHT LOW
INSERT IN RIGHT HIGH
IFB OUT SHIELD
IFB OUT LOW
IFB OUT HIGH
DIRECT OUT LEFT SHIELD
DIRECT OUT LEFT LOW
DIRECT OUT LEFT HIGH
DIRECT OUT RIGHT SHIELD
DIRECT OUT RIGHT LOW
DIRECT OUT RIGHT HIGH
+5VDC
SEQUENCE OUT –
ON TALLY
SEQUENCE OUT +
DIGITAL COMMON
SEQUENCE IN –
B READY –
B READY +
SEQUENCE IN +
B ON –
B START
B ON +
B STOP
B OFF –
B START/STOP COMMON
A START/STOP COMMON
A STOP
B OFF +
A OFF +
A OFF –
A START
A READY +
A ON +
A ON –
A READY –
Lower DB-25
Connector
A-6000 / Nov 93
Stereo Input Module I/O Connector Pinouts
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STEREO LINE INPUT MODULE (SL-6000)
Upper DB-25 Connector – Audio Connections
Typical DB-25
connector.
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
25 - LINE A INPUT LEFT SHIELD
12 - LINE A INPUT LEFT LOW
24 - LINE A INPUT LEFT HIGH
11 - LINE A INPUT RIGHT SHIELD
23 - LINE A INPUT RIGHT LOW
10 - LINE A INPUT RIGHT HIGH
22 - LINE B INPUT LEFT SHIELD
9 - LINE B INPUT LEFT LOW
21 - LINE B INPUT LEFT HIGH
8 - LINE B INPUT RIGHT SHIELD
20 - LINE B INPUT RIGHT LOW
7 - LINE B INPUT RIGHT HIGH
19 - INSERT OUT LEFT SHIELD
6 - INSERT OUT LEFT LOW
18 - INSERT OUT LEFT HIGH
5 - INSERT OUT RIGHT SHIELD
17 - INSERT OUT RIGHT LOW
4 - INSERT OUT RIGHT HIGH
16 - INSERT IN LEFT SHIELD
3 - INSERT IN LEFT LOW
15 - INSERT IN LEFT HIGH
2 - INSERT IN RIGHT SHIELD
14 - INSERT IN RIGHT LOW
1 - INSERT IN RIGHT HIGH
13 - N/C
DB-9 Connector – Audio Connections
Typical DB-9
connector.
A-6000 / Nov 93
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
-
DIRECT OUT RIGHT HIGH
DIRECT OUT RIGHT LOW
DIRECT OUT RIGHT SHIELD
DIRECT OUT LEFT HIGH
DIRECT OUT LEFT LOW
DIRECT OUT LEFT SHIELD
IFB OUT HIGH
IFB OUT LOW
IFB OUT SHIELD
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Lower DB-25 Connector – Control Connections
Typical DB-25
connector.
Each SL-6000 stereo line input module can select between two input sources
(A or B). Each source has its own set of control ports. These are opto-isolated
closure ports available at the module's lower DB-25 connector.
Pin 1 - A READY –
Pin 2 - A READY +
Pin 3 - A START
Pin 4 - A STOP
Pin 5 - A START/STOP COMMON
Pin 14 - A ON –
Pin 15 - A ON +
Pin 16 - A OFF –
Pin 17 - A OFF +
Pin 10 - B READY –
Pin 9 - B READY +
Pin 8 - B START
Pin 7 - B STOP
Pin 6 - B START/STOP COMMON
Pin 21 - B ON –
Pin 20 - B ON +
Pin 19 - B OFF –
Pin 18 - B OFF +
Each SL-6000 module also has the following ports:
Pin 25 - SEQUENCE OUT –
Pin 24 - SEQUENCE OUT +
Pin 23 - SEQUENCE IN –
Pin 22 - SEQUENCE IN +
The SEQUENCE function is used to sequentially trigger banks of source
machines. When one machine has finished playing, it signals the module
accepting it's audio feed; this module then triggers the next module, which
activates it's own machine.
Pin 12 - ON TALLY
Pin 11 - DIGITAL COMMON
Pin 13 - +5VDC
STEREO INPUT SWITCH CONTROLLED FUNCTIONS
For programming purposes
switches are described as viewed
from the component side of the
module printed circuit board, with
UP being towards the module
faceplate and RT pointing to the
bottom of the module, where the
channel ON/OFF switches are
located.
A-6000 / Nov 93
Each SL-6000 input module has numerous PCB-mounted switches that
may be user-programmed to do various things. There are two main categories
for these switches: SIGNAL ROUTING (what point in the module signal path
a signal is tapped from ["pre/post"] & where the signal is sent when it leaves
the module ["bus assignment"]), and LOGIC FUNCTIONS (when a module's
channel ON switch is pressed, many different things can happen—both within
the console itself and to external equipment connected to the console; what
functions actually get activated are determined by this group of switches). All
switches are accessed by removing individual modules from the console
mainframe. (For programming purposes switches are described as viewed
from the component side of the module printed circuit board, with UP towards
the module faceplate and RT pointing to the bottom of the module, where the
channel ON/OFF switches are located.)
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Stereo Input Signal Routing Switches
MUSIC/SPEECH ASSIGN (PGM & AUD)
See Load Sheet Drawing (page
6-3) for switch locations.
SW19
SW20
SW21
SW22
–
–
–
–
PGM LT (RT is speech, LT is music)
PGM RT (RT is speech, LT is music)
AUD LT (RT is speech, LT is music)
AUD RT (RT is speech, LT is music)
INSERT BYPASS
SW18 – Allows the module's insert patch points (see upper DB-25 input/
output connector pinouts) to be internally bypassed (LT position is ON and
activates the bypass; RT is OFF and places the insert patch points into the
signal path).
MIX-MINUS ASSIGN
The following four switches assign the module signal to the console's four mixminus ACN busses:
SW23 – MXM A bus assign (UP is off, DOWN is on)
SW24 – MXM B bus assign (UP is off, DOWN is on)
SW25 – MXM C bus assign (UP is off, DOWN is on)
SW26 – MXM D bus assign (UP is off, DOWN is on)
These four switches determine whether the mix-minus signal is tapped before
(PRE) or after (POST) the module's fader, channel on/off and panpot circuitry:
SW13 – MXM A signal tap (UP is pre, DOWN is post)
SW14 – MXM B signal tap (UP is pre, DOWN is post)
SW15 – MXM C signal tap (UP is pre, DOWN is post)
SW16 – MXM D signal tap (UP is pre, DOWN is post)
SEND MODE
SW2 – When UP Send 1 is in stereo mode and receives the left channel
signal; when DOWN Send 1 is in mono mode and receives L+R sum.
SW1 – When UP Send 2 is in stereo mode and receives the right channel
signal; when DOWN Send 2 is in mono mode and receives L+R sum.
IFB ASSIGN
SW12 – Determines whether the channel signal will be present on the
module's IFB output (UP is off, DOWN is on).
SW11 – Determines whether the module's IFB signal will be tapped pre or
post fader/channel ON-OFF/panpot (UP is pre, DOWN is post).
Stereo Input Switch Contolled Logic Functions
AUXILIARY ASSIGN
SW4 – LT: Auxiliary assign function follows channel on switch, RT:
Auxiliary assign will activate channel on audio FET switch (channel on tally/
mute/timer functions are not activated).
UTILITY ASSIGN
SW5 – LT: Utility assign function follows channel on switch, RT: Utility
assign will activate channel on audio FET switch (channel on tally/mute/
timer functions are not activated).
REMOTE ON/OFF - START/STOP DISABLE
SW6 - Disables the SL-6000's machine START/STOP outputs when this
SL-6000 module is remotely turned ON or OFF.
A-6000 / Nov
Oct 01
93
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
EXTERNAL - PULSE/CONSTANT
SW10 - This switch is normally not installed. May need to be installed in
rare external machine control cases. Consult factory for details.
SEND ASSIGN
SW3 (Position 4) – UP: send follows channel on switch, DOWN: send
operates independently of channel on switch.
MONO ASSIGN
SW8 – RT: MONO assign function follows channel on switch; LT: MONO
assign function operates independently of channel on switch.
CUE and SOLO DROPOUT
SW3 (Position 2) – UP: channel on deactivates CUE function, DOWN: cue
function operates independently of channel on switch.
SW3 (Position 1) – UP: channel on deactivates SOLO function, DOWN: solo
function operates independently of channel on switch.
SW3 (Position 3) – UP: external source machine ON, OFF and READY
functions ( both A and B sources) follow ARM switch, DOWN: the preceding
functions work whether ARM button is pressed or not.
EFS (European Fader Start)
SW7 – RT: EFS activated; channel ON switch provides latching start control
signal for external source machines; LT: channel ON switch provides
momentary start control pulses for external source machines.
LOCAL READY FUNCTION
SW9 (Position 1) – A source – UP: channel off switch indicator lamp is
controlled by console; DOWN: channel off switch indicator lamp is controlled
by external source machine (via A READY ports on lower DB-25 connector).
SW9 (Position 4) – B source – UP: channel off switch indicator lamp is
controlled by console; DOWN: channel off switch indicator lamp is controlled
by external source machine (via B READY ports on lower DB-25 connector).
SW9 (Positions 2 & 3) – not used.
TALLY, MUTE and TIMER FUNCTIONS
Each stereo input module can select between two input sources (A and B).
Both A and B sources may be programmed independently to activate various
functions when the module's channel on switch is pressed. The ON-AIR TALLY
function activates an opto-isolated tally relay closure at the console's control
room monitor module. This closure may be used to control an externally
powered tally light. MUTE functions turn off the console's Control Room and
Studio 1 monitor outputs. The TIMER RESTART function automatically resets
the console timer to zero and starts a count-up. (All switches are ON when in
the UP position and OFF when DOWN.)
SW17 (Position 1) – On-Air tally
SW17 (Position 2) – Studio 1 Mute ("B")
SW17 (Position 3) – Control Room Mute ("B")
SW17 (Position 4) – Timer Restart ("B")
SW17 (Position 5) – Studio 1 Mute ("A")
SW17 (Position 6) – Control Room Mute ("A")
SW17 (Position 7) – Timer Restart ("A")
A-6000 / Nov
Oct 01
93
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Upper DB-25
Connector
N/C
PGM 1 OUT LEFT SHIELD
PGM 1 OUT LEFT LOW
PGM 1 OUT LEFT HIGH
PGM 1 OUT RIGHT SHIELD
PGM 1 OUT RIGHT LOW
PGM 1 OUT RIGHT HIGH
PGM 2 OUT LEFT LOW
PGM 2 OUT LEFT SHIELD
PGM 2 OUT LEFT HIGH
PGM 2 OUT RIGHT SHIELD
PGM 2 OUT RIGHT LOW
PGM 2 OUT RIGHT HIGH
AUX OUT LEFT SHIELD
AUX OUT LEFT LOW
AUX OUT RIGHT SHIELD
AUX OUT RIGHT HIGH
AUX OUT LEFT HIGH
AUX OUT RIGHT LOW
SEND 1 OUT SHIELD
SEND 1 OUT LOW
MONO 1 OUT SHIELD
SEND 1 OUT HIGH
MONO 1 OUT LOW
MONO 1 OUT HIGH
N/C
N/C
N/C
MXM A OUT SHIELD
MXM A OUT LOW
MXM A OUT HIGH
MXM B OUT SHIELD
MXM B OUT LOW
MXM B OUT HIGH
N/C
MUSIC INSERT OUT LEFT SHIELD
MUSIC INSERT OUT LEFT LOW
MUSIC INSERT OUT LEFT HIGH
MUSIC INSERT OUT RIGHT SHIELD
MUSIC INSERT OUT RIGHT LOW
MUSIC INSERT OUT RIGHT HIGH
SPEECH INSERT OUT LEFT LOW
SPEECH INSERT OUT LEFT SHIELD
SPEECH INSERT OUT LEFT HIGH
SPEECH INSERT OUT RIGHT SHIELD
SPEECH INSERT OUT RIGHT LOW
SPEECH INSERT OUT RIGHT HIGH
MUSIC INSERT IN LEFT SHIELD
MUSIC INSERT IN LEFT LOW
MUSIC INSERT IN RIGHT SHIELD
MUSIC INSERT IN RIGHT HIGH
MUSIC INSERT IN LEFT HIGH
MUSIC INSERT IN RIGHT LOW
SPEECH INSERT IN LEFT SHIELD
SPEECH INSERT IN LEFT LOW
SPEECH INSERT IN RIGHT SHIELD
SPEECH INSERT IN LEFT HIGH
SPEECH INSERT IN RIGHT LOW
SPEECH INSERT IN RIGHT HIGH
Lower DB-25
Connector
A-6000 / Nov 93
Output Module Number One I/O Connector Pinouts
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
OUTPUT MODULE ONE (OM-6000)
Upper DB-25 Connector — Audio Outputs
Typical DB-25
connector.
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
25 - PROGRAM 1 OUT LT, SHIELD
12 - PROGRAM 1 OUT LT, LOW
24 - PROGRAM 1 OUT LT, HIGH
11 - PROGRAM 1 OUT RT, SHIELD
23 - PROGRAM 1 OUT RT, LOW
10 - PROGRAM 1 OUT RT, HIGH
22 - PROGRAM 2 OUT LT, SHIELD
9 - PROGRAM 2 OUT LT, LOW
21 - PROGRAM 2 OUT LT, HIGH
8 - PROGRAM 2 OUT RT, SHIELD
20 - PROGRAM 2 OUT RT, LOW
7 - PROGRAM 2 OUT RT, HIGH
19 - AUX OUT LT, SHIELD
6 - AUX OUT LT, LOW
18 - AUX OUT LT, HIGH
5 - AUX OUT RT, SHIELD
17 - AUX OUT RT, LOW
4 - AUX OUT RT, HIGH
16 - SEND 1 OUT, SHIELD
3 - SEND 1 OUT, LOW
15 - SEND 1 OUT, HIGH
2 - MONO 1 OUT, SHIELD
14 - MONO 1 OUT, LOW
1 - MONO 1 OUT, HIGH
13 - N/C
DB-9 Connector — Audio Outputs
Typical DB-9
connector.
A-6000 / Nov 93
Pin 8 - MXM
Pin 3 - MXM
Pin 7 - MXM
Pin 2 - MXM
Pin 6 - MXM
Pin 1 - MXM
Pins 4, 5, & 9
A OUT, SHIELD
A OUT, LOW
A OUT, HIGH
B OUT, SHIELD
B OUT, LOW
B OUT, HIGH
- N/C
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Lower DB-25 Connector — Program Insert Points
Typical DB-25
connector.
Pin 25 - MUSIC INS OUT LT, SHIELD
Pin 12 - MUSIC INS OUT LT, LOW
Pin 24 - MUSIC INS OUT LT, HIGH
Pin 11 - MUSIC INS OUT RT, SHIELD
Pin 23 - MUSIC INS OUT RT, LOW
Pin 10 - MUSIC INS OUT RT, HIGH
Pin 22 - SPEECH INS OUT LT, SHIELD
Pin 9 - SPEECH INS OUT LT, LOW
Pin 21 - SPEECH INS OUT LT, HIGH
Pin 8 - SPEECH INS OUT RT, SHIELD
Pin 20 - SPEECH INS OUT RT, LOW
Pin 7 - SPEECH INS OUT RT, HIGH
Pin 19 - MUSIC INS IN LT, SHIELD
Pin 6 - MUSIC INS IN LT, LOW
Pin 18 - MUSIC INS IN LT, HIGH
Pin 5 - MUSIC INS IN RT, SHIELD
Pin 17 - MUSIC INS IN RT, LOW
Pin 4 - MUSIC INS IN RT, HIGH
Pin 16 - SPEECH INS IN LT, SHIELD
Pin 3 - SPEECH INS IN LT, LOW
Pin 15 - SPEECH INS IN LT, HIGH
Pin 2 - SPEECH INS IN RT, SHIELD
Pins 14 - SPEECH INS IN RT, LOW
Pin 1 - SPEECH INS IN RT, HIGH
Pin 13 - N/C
OUTPUT MODULE SWITCH CONTROLLED FUNCTIONS
For programming purposes
switches are described as viewed
from the component side of the
module printed circuit board, with
UP being towards the module
faceplate and RT pointing to the
bottom of the module, where the
channel ON/OFF switches are
located.
A-6000 / Nov 93
Each OM-6000 output module has three PCB-mounted switches that
perform the following functions:
SW1 –␣ Music Insert Bypass – When the switch is UP the bypass is
activated; when DOWN the music insert patch points are in the module's
signal chain.
SW2 –␣ Speech Insert Bypass – When the switch is UP the bypass is
activated; when DOWN the speech insert patch points are in the module's
signal chain.
SW3 – Bus-Minus Assign – When the switch is DOWN the module's MXM
B signal is assigned to the console's Bus-Minus ACN.
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Upper DB-25
Connector
N/C
AUD 1 OUT LEFT SHIELD
AUD 1 OUT LEFT LOW
AUD 1 OUT LEFT HIGH
AUD 1 OUT RIGHT SHIELD
AUD 1 OUT RIGHT LOW
AUD 1 OUT RIGHT HIGH
AUD 2 OUT LEFT LOW
AUD 2 OUT LEFT SHIELD
AUD 2 OUT LEFT HIGH
AUD 2 OUT RIGHT SHIELD
AUD 2 OUT RIGHT LOW
AUD 2 OUT RIGHT HIGH
UTIL OUT LEFT SHIELD
UTIL OUT LEFT LOW
UTIL OUT RIGHT SHIELD
UTIL OUT RIGHT HIGH
UTIL OUT LEFT HIGH
UTIL OUT RIGHT LOW
SEND 2 OUT SHIELD
SEND 2 OUT LOW
MONO 2 OUT SHIELD
SEND 2 OUT HIGH
MONO 2 OUT LOW
MONO 2 OUT HIGH
N/C
N/C
N/C
MXM C OUT SHIELD
MXM C OUT LOW
MXM C OUT HIGH
MXM D OUT SHIELD
MXM D OUT LOW
MXM D OUT HIGH
N/C
MUSIC INSERT OUT LEFT SHIELD
MUSIC INSERT OUT LEFT LOW
MUSIC INSERT OUT LEFT HIGH
MUSIC INSERT OUT RIGHT SHIELD
MUSIC INSERT OUT RIGHT LOW
MUSIC INSERT OUT RIGHT HIGH
SPEECH INSERT OUT LEFT LOW
SPEECH INSERT OUT LEFT SHIELD
SPEECH INSERT OUT LEFT HIGH
SPEECH INSERT OUT RIGHT SHIELD
SPEECH INSERT OUT RIGHT LOW
SPEECH INSERT OUT RIGHT HIGH
MUSIC INSERT IN LEFT SHIELD
MUSIC INSERT IN LEFT LOW
MUSIC INSERT IN RIGHT SHIELD
MUSIC INSERT IN RIGHT HIGH
MUSIC INSERT IN LEFT HIGH
MUSIC INSERT IN RIGHT LOW
SPEECH INSERT IN LEFT SHIELD
SPEECH INSERT IN LEFT LOW
SPEECH INSERT IN RIGHT SHIELD
SPEECH INSERT IN LEFT HIGH
SPEECH INSERT IN RIGHT LOW
SPEECH INSERT IN RIGHT HIGH
Lower DB-25
Connector
A-6000 / Nov 93
Output Module Number Two I/O Connector Pinouts
Page 3 - 17
CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
OUTPUT MODULE TWO (OM-6000)
Upper DB-25 Connector — Audio Outputs
Typical DB-25
connector.
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
25 - AUD 1 OUT LT, SHIELD
12 - AUD 1 OUT LT, LOW
24 - AUD 1 OUT LT, HIGH
11 - AUD 1 OUT RT, SHIELD
23 - AUD 1 OUT RT, LOW
10 - AUD 1 OUT RT, HIGH
22 - AUD 2 OUT LT, SHIELD
9 - AUD 2 OUT LT, LOW
21 - AUD 2 OUT LT, HIGH
8 - AUD 2 OUT RT, SHIELD
20 - AUD 2 OUT RT, LOW
7 - AUD 2 OUT RT, HIGH
19 - UTIL OUT LT, SHIELD
6 - UTIL OUT LT, LOW
18 - UTIL OUT LT, HIGH
5 - UTIL OUT RT, SHIELD
17 - UTIL OUT RT, LOW
4 - UTIL OUT RT, HIGH
16 - SEND 2 OUT, SHIELD
3 - SEND 2 OUT, LOW
15 - SEND 2 OUT, HIGH
2 - MONO 2 OUT, SHIELD
14 - MONO 2 OUT, LOW
1 - MONO 2 OUT, HIGH
13 - N/C
DB-9 Connector — Audio Outputs
Typical DB-9
connector.
A-6000 / Nov 93
Pin 8 - MXM
Pin 3 - MXM
Pin 7 - MXM
Pin 2 - MXM
Pin 6 - MXM
Pin 1 - MXM
Pins 4, 5, & 9
C OUT, SHIELD
C OUT, LOW
C OUT, HIGH
D OUT, SHIELD
D OUT, LOW
D OUT, HIGH
- N/C
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Lower DB-25 Connector — Audition Insert Points
Typical DB-25
connector.
Pin 25 - MUSIC INS OUT LT, SHIELD
Pin 12 - MUSIC INS OUT LT, LOW
Pin 24 - MUSIC INS OUT LT, HIGH
Pin 11 - MUSIC INS OUT RT, SHIELD
Pin 23 - MUSIC INS OUT RT, LOW
Pin 10 - MUSIC INS OUT RT, HIGH
Pin 22 - SPEECH INS OUT LT, SHIELD
Pin 9 - SPEECH INS OUT LT, LOW
Pin 21 - SPEECH INS OUT LT, HIGH
Pin 8 - SPEECH INS OUT RT, SHIELD
Pin 20 - SPEECH INS OUT RT, LOW
Pin 7 - SPEECH INS OUT RT, HIGH
Pin 19 - MUSIC INS IN LT, SHIELD
Pin 6 - MUSIC INS IN LT, LOW
Pin 18 - MUSIC INS IN LT, HIGH
Pin 5 - MUSIC INS IN RT, SHIELD
Pin 17 - MUSIC INS IN RT, LOW
Pin 4 - MUSIC INS IN RT, HIGH
Pin 16 - SPEECH INS IN LT, SHIELD
Pin 3 - SPEECH INS IN LT, LOW
Pin 15 - SPEECH INS IN LT, HIGH
Pin 2 - SPEECH INS IN RT, SHIELD
Pins 14 - SPEECH INS IN RT, LOW
Pin 1 - SPEECH INS IN RT, HIGH
Pin 13 - N/C
OUTPUT MODULE SWITCH CONTROLLED FUNCTIONS
For programming purposes
switches are described as viewed
from the component side of the
module printed circuit board, with
UP being towards the module
faceplate and RT pointing to the
bottom of the module, where the
channel ON/OFF switches are
located.
A-6000 / Nov 93
Each OM-6000 output module has three PCB-mounted switches that perform
the following functions:
SW1 –␣ Music Insert Bypass – When the switch is UP the bypass is activated;
when DOWN the music insert patch points are in the module's signal chain.
SW2 –␣ Speech Insert Bypass – When the switch is UP the bypass is
activated; when DOWN the speech insert patch points are in the module's
signal chain.
SW3 – Bus-Minus Assign – When the switch is DOWN the module's MXM
D signal is assigned to the console's Bus-Minus ACN.
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Upper DB-25
Connector
N/C
CUE OUT LEFT SHIELD
CUE OUT LEFT LOW
CUE OUT LEFT HIGH
CUE OUT RIGHT SHIELD
CUE OUT RIGHT LOW
CUE OUT RIGHT HIGH
HDPN OUT LEFT LOW
HDPN OUT LEFT SHIELD
HDPN OUT LEFT HIGH
HDPN OUT RIGHT SHIELD
HDPN OUT RIGHT LOW
HDPN OUT RIGHT HIGH
CR A OUT LEFT SHIELD
CR A OUT LEFT LOW
CR A OUT RIGHT SHIELD
CR A OUT RIGHT HIGH
CR A OUT LEFT HIGH
CR A OUT RIGHT LOW
CR B OUT LEFT SHIELD
CR B OUT LEFT LOW
CR B OUT RIGHT SHIELD
CR B OUT LEFT HIGH
CR B OUT RIGHT LOW
CR B OUT RIGHT HIGH
GROUND
ON-AIR TALLY EMITTER
ON-AIR TALLY COLLECTOR
TALLY 3 EMITTER
TALLY 3 COLLECTOR
TALLY 2 EMITTER
TALLY 2 COLLECTOR
TALLY 1 EMITTER
TALLY 1 COLLECTOR
N/C
EXT 1 IN LEFT SHIELD
EXT 1 IN LEFT LOW
EXT 1 IN LEFT HIGH
EXT 1 IN RIGHT SHIELD
EXT 1 IN RIGHT LOW
EXT 1 IN RIGHT HIGH
EXT 2 IN LEFT LOW
EXT 2 IN LEFT SHIELD
EXT 2 IN LEFT HIGH
EXT 2 IN RIGHT SHIELD
EXT 2 IN RIGHT LOW
EXT 2 IN RIGHT HIGH
EXT 3 IN LEFT SHIELD
EXT 3 IN LEFT LOW
EXT 3 IN RIGHT SHIELD
EXT 3 IN RIGHT HIGH
EXT 3 IN LEFT HIGH
EXT 3 IN RIGHT LOW
EXT 4 IN LEFT SHIELD
EXT 4 IN LEFT LOW
EXT 4 IN RIGHT SHIELD
EXT 4 IN LEFT HIGH
EXT 4 IN RIGHT LOW
EXT 4 IN RIGHT HIGH
Lower DB-25
Connector
A-6000 / Nov 93
Control Room Module I/O Connector Pinouts
Page 3 - 20
CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
CONTROL ROOM MONITOR MODULE (CR-6000)
Upper DB-25 Connector – Audio Outputs
Typical DB-25
connector.
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
25 - CUE OUT LEFT, SHIELD
12 - CUE OUT LEFT, LOW
24 - CUE OUT LEFT, HIGH
11 - CUE OUT RIGHT, SHIELD
23 - CUE OUT RIGHT, LOW
10 - CUE OUT RIGHT, HIGH
22- HDPN OUT LEFT, SHIELD
9 - HDPN OUT LEFT, LOW
21 - HDPN OUT LEFT, HIGH
8- HDPN OUT RIGHT, SHIELD
20 - HDPN OUT RIGHT, LOW
7 - HDPN OUT RIGHT, HIGH
19 - CR A OUT LEFT, SHIELD
6 - CR A OUT LEFT, LOW
18 - CR A OUT LEFT, HIGH
5 - CR A OUT RIGHT, SHIELD
17 - CR A OUT RIGHT, LOW
4 - CR A OUT RIGHT, HIGH
16 - CR B OUT LEFT, SHIELD
3 - CR B OUT LEFT, LOW
15 - CR B OUT LEFT, HIGH
2 - CR B OUT RIGHT, SHIELD
14 - CR B OUT RIGHT, LOW
1 - CR B OUT RIGHT, HIGH
13 - N/C
DB-9 Connector – Tally Ports
Typical DB-9
connector.
A-6000 / Nov 93
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
9
4
6
1
7
2
8
3
5
-
ON-AIR TALLY EMITTER
ON-AIR TALLY COLLECTOR
TALLY 1 EMITTER
TALLY 1 COLLECTOR
TALLY 2 EMITTER
TALLY 2 COLLECTOR
TALLY 3 EMITTER
TALLY 3 COLLECTOR
GROUND
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Lower DB-25 Connector – External Audio Inputs
Typical DB-25
connector.
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
25 - EXTERNAL LINE 1 IN LEFT, SHIELD
12 - EXTERNAL LINE 1 IN LEFT, LOW
24 - EXTERNAL LINE 1 IN LEFT, HIGH
11 - EXTERNAL LINE 1 IN RIGHT, SHIELD
23 - EXTERNAL LINE 1 IN RIGHT, LOW
10 - EXTERNAL LINE 1 IN RIGHT, HIGH
22- EXTERNAL LINE 2 IN LEFT, SHIELD
9 - EXTERNAL LINE 2 IN LEFT, LOW
21 - EXTERNAL LINE 2 IN LEFT, HIGH
8- EXTERNAL LINE 2 IN RIGHT, SHIELD
20 - EXTERNAL LINE 2 IN RIGHT, LOW
7 - EXTERNAL LINE 2 IN RIGHT, HIGH
19 - EXTERNAL LINE 3 IN LEFT, SHIELD
6 - EXTERNAL LINE 3 IN LEFT, LOW
18 - EXTERNAL LINE 3 IN LEFT, HIGH
5 - EXTERNAL LINE 3 IN RIGHT, SHIELD
17 - EXTERNAL LINE 3 IN RIGHT, LOW
4 - EXTERNAL LINE 3 IN RIGHT, HIGH
16- EXTERNAL LINE 4 IN LEFT, SHIELD
3 - EXTERNAL LINE 4 IN LEFT, LOW
15 - EXTERNAL LINE 4 IN LEFT, HIGH
2- EXTERNAL LINE 4 IN RIGHT, SHIELD
14 - EXTERNAL LINE 4 IN RIGHT, LOW
1 - EXTERNAL LINE 4 IN RIGHT, HIGH
13 - N/C
CR Module Dipswitch Controlled Functions
For programming purposes
switches are described as viewed
from the component side of the
module printed circuit board, with
UP being towards the module
faceplate and RT pointing to the
bottom of the module, where the
channel ON/OFF switches are
located.
See Load Sheet Drawing (page
6-7) for switch locations
There are five PCB-mounted programming switches on the printed circuit
board of the control room monitor module. They may be user-programmed to
provide the following functions:
Control Room Interrupt Signals (7-position dipswitch; UP is ON)
SW1
SW1
SW1
SW1
SW1
SW1
(Position
(Position
(Position
(Position
(Position
(Position
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
–
–
–
–
–
–
CUE to CR LT
CUE to CR RT
SOLO to CR LT
SOLO to CR RT
CUE MUTE
SOLO MUTE
Headphone Interrupt Signals (4-position dipswitch; UP is ON)
SW2 (Position 3) – CUE/SOLO to HDPN LT
SW2 (Position 4) – CUE/SOLO to HDPN RT
SW2 (Position 2) – HDPN MUTE
Mute Enable (dipswitches; UP is ON)
SW2 (Position 1) – SOLO MUTED
SW1 (Position 7) – CUE MUTED
Headphone Pre/Post (2-position slide switch)
SW4: Left - PRE, Right - POST (factory default)
Headphone Mode (2-position slide switch)
SW5: Left - STEREO (factory default), Right - MONO
Cue Mode (2-position slide switch)
SW3: Up - MONO, Down - STEREO (factory default)
A-6000 / Nov
Apr 98
93
Page 3 - 22
CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Upper DB-25
Connector
N/C
STUDIO 1 PRE OUT LEFT SHIELD
STUDIO 1 PRE OUT LEFT LOW
STUDIO 1 PRE OUT LEFT HIGH
STUDIO 1 PRE OUT RIGHT SHIELD
STUDIO 1 PRE OUT RIGHT LOW
STUDIO 1 PRE OUT RIGHT HIGH
STUDIO 1 OUT LEFT LOW
STUDIO 1 OUT LEFT SHIELD
STUDIO 1 OUT LEFT HIGH
STUDIO 1 OUT RIGHT SHIELD
STUDIO 1 OUT RIGHT LOW
STUDIO 1 OUT RIGHT HIGH
STUDIO 2 PRE OUT LEFT SHIELD
STUDIO 2 PRE OUT LEFT LOW
STUDIO 2 PRE OUT RIGHT SHIELD
STUDIO 2 PRE OUT RIGHT HIGH
STUDIO 2 PRE OUT LEFT HIGH
STUDIO 2 PRE OUT RIGHT LOW
STUDIO 2 OUT LEFT SHIELD
STUDIO 2 OUT LEFT LOW
STUDIO 2 OUT RIGHT SHIELD
STUDIO 2 OUT LEFT HIGH
STUDIO 2 OUT RIGHT LOW
STUDIO 2 OUT RIGHT HIGH
TALKBACK OUT SHIELD
TALKBACK OUT LOW
TALKBACK OUT HIGH
TALKBACK 1 CONTROL COMMON
STUDIO 1 TO STUDIO 2 TALKBACK
TALKBACK 1 CONTROL
TALKBACK 2 CONTROL COMMON
STUDIO 2 TO STUDIO 1 TALKBACK
TALKBACK 2 CONTROL
N/C
EXT 1 IN LEFT SHIELD
EXT 1 IN LEFT LOW
EXT 1 IN LEFT HIGH
EXT 1 IN RIGHT SHIELD
EXT 1 IN RIGHT LOW
EXT 1 IN RIGHT HIGH
EXT 2 IN LEFT LOW
EXT 2 IN LEFT SHIELD
EXT 2 IN LEFT HIGH
EXT 2 IN RIGHT SHIELD
EXT 2 IN RIGHT LOW
EXT 2 IN RIGHT HIGH
EXT 3 IN LEFT SHIELD
EXT 3 IN LEFT LOW
EXT 3 IN RIGHT SHIELD
EXT 3 IN RIGHT HIGH
EXT 3 IN LEFT HIGH
EXT 3 IN RIGHT LOW
EXT 4 IN LEFT SHIELD
EXT 4 IN LEFT LOW
EXT 4 IN RIGHT SHIELD
EXT 4 IN LEFT HIGH
EXT 4 IN RIGHT LOW
EXT 4 IN RIGHT HIGH
Lower DB-25
Connector
A-6000 / Nov 93
Studio Control Module I/O Connector Pinouts
Page 3 - 23
CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
STUDIO MONITOR MODULE (SC-6000)
Upper DB-25 Connector - Audio Outputs
Typical DB-25
connector.
Pin 25 - STUDIO 1 PRE OUT LEFT, SHIELD
Pin 12 - STUDIO 1 PRE OUT LEFT, LOW
Pin 24 - STUDIO 1 PRE OUT LEFT, HIGH
Pin 11 - STUDIO 1 PRE OUT RIGHT, SHIELD
Pin 23 - STUDIO 1 PRE OUT RIGHT, LOW
Pin 10 - STUDIO 1 PRE OUT RIGHT, HIGH
Pin 22 - STUDIO 1 OUT LEFT, SHIELD
Pin 9 - STUDIO 1 OUT LEFT, LOW
Pin 21 - STUDIO 1 OUT LEFT, HIGH
Pin 8 - STUDIO 1 OUT RIGHT, SHIELD
Pin 20 - STUDIO 1 OUT RIGHT, LOW
Pin 7 - STUDIO 1 OUT RIGHT, HIGH
Pin 19 - STUDIO 2 PRE OUT LEFT, SHIELD
Pin 6 - STUDIO 2 PRE OUT LEFT, LOW
Pin 18 - STUDIO 2 PRE OUT LEFT, HIGH
Pin 5 - STUDIO 2 PRE OUT RIGHT, SHIELD
Pin 17 - STUDIO 2 PRE OUT RIGHT, LOW
Pin 4 - STUDIO 2 PRE OUT RIGHT, HIGH
Pin 16 - STUDIO 2 OUT LEFT, SHIELD
Pin 3 - STUDIO 2 OUT LEFT, LOW
Pin 15 - STUDIO 2 OUT LEFT, HIGH
Pin 2 - STUDIO 2 OUT RIGHT, SHIELD
Pin 14 - STUDIO 2 OUT RIGHT, LOW
Pin 1 - STUDIO 2 OUT RIGHT, HIGH
Pin 13 - N/C
Studio Output is electronically balanced, low source impedance; load impedance is 600Ω or greater.
DB-9 Connector - Talkback
Typical DB-9
connector.
A-6000 / Nov 93
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
5
9
4
7
8
1
2
3
6
-
TALKBACK OUT, SHIELD
TALKBACK OUT, LOW
TALKBACK OUT, HIGH
TALKBACK 1, CONTROL
TALKBACK 1, CONTROL COMMON
TALKBACK 2, CONTROL
TALKBACK 2, CONTROL COMMON
STUDIO 1 TO STUDIO 2 TALKBACK
STUDIO 2 TO STUDIO 1 TALKBACK
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Lower DB-25 Connector – External Audio Inputs
Typical DB-25
connector.
For programming purposes
switches are described as viewed
from the component side of the
module printed circuit board, with
UP being towards the module
faceplate and RT pointing to the
bottom of the module, where the
channel ON/OFF switches are
located.
See Load Sheet Drawing (page
6-8) for switch locations
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
25 - EXTERNAL LINE 1 IN LEFT, SHIELD
12 - EXTERNAL LINE 1 IN LEFT, LOW
24 - EXTERNAL LINE 1 IN LEFT, HIGH
11 - EXTERNAL LINE 1 IN RIGHT, SHIELD
23 - EXTERNAL LINE 1 IN RIGHT, LOW
10 - EXTERNAL LINE 1 IN RIGHT, HIGH
22- EXTERNAL LINE 2 IN LEFT, SHIELD
9 - EXTERNAL LINE 2 IN LEFT, LOW
21 - EXTERNAL LINE 2 IN LEFT, HIGH
8- EXTERNAL LINE 2 IN RIGHT, SHIELD
20 - EXTERNAL LINE 2 IN RIGHT, LOW
7 - EXTERNAL LINE 2 IN RIGHT, HIGH
19 - EXTERNAL LINE 3 IN LEFT, SHIELD
6 - EXTERNAL LINE 3 IN LEFT, LOW
18 - EXTERNAL LINE 3 IN LEFT, HIGH
5 - EXTERNAL LINE 3 IN RIGHT, SHIELD
17 - EXTERNAL LINE 3 IN RIGHT, LOW
4 - EXTERNAL LINE 3 IN RIGHT, HIGH
16- EXTERNAL LINE 4 IN LEFT, SHIELD
3 - EXTERNAL LINE 4 IN LEFT, LOW
15 - EXTERNAL LINE 4 IN LEFT, HIGH
2- EXTERNAL LINE 4 IN RIGHT, SHIELD
14 - EXTERNAL LINE 4 IN RIGHT, LOW
1 - EXTERNAL LINE 4 IN RIGHT, HIGH
13 - N/C
Studio Module Dipswitch Controlled Functions
There are two PCB-mounted dipswitches on the printed circuit board of the
studio monitor module. Switches are activated when in the UP position. They
may be user-programmed to provide the following functions:
Talkback Mute Functions
SW3
SW3
SW3
SW3
(Position
(Position
(Position
(Position
4)
3)
2)
1)
–
–
–
–
STUDIO
STUDIO
STUDIO
STUDIO
1
2
1
2
(3) TB MUTE
(4) TB MUTE
TO STUDIO 2 TB MUTE
TO STUDIO 1 TB MUTE
1
2
3
4
MUTE
MUTE
MUTE
MUTE (TALLY 3)
Studio Mute Functions
SW4
SW4
SW4
SW4
A-6000 / May
Nov 93
94
(Position
(Position
(Position
(Position
4)
3)
2)
1)
–
–
–
–
STUDIO
STUDIO
STUDIO
STUDIO
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Upper DB-25
Connector
AUDIO COMMON
PGM VU LEFT HIGH
PGM VU LEFT SHIELD
PGM VU RIGHT HIGH
PGM VU RIGHT SHIELD
AUD VU LEFT HIGH
AUD VU LEFT SHIELD
AUD VU RIGHT SHIELD
AUD VU RIGHT HIGH
AUX VU LEFT HIGH
AUX VU LEFT SHIELD
AUX VU RIGHT HIGH
AUX VU RIGHT SHIELD
SWITCHED VU LEFT HIGH
SWITCHED VU LEFT SHIELD
SWITCHED VU RIGHT SHIELD
VU LAMP COMMON
SWITCHED VU RIGHT HIGH
VU LAMP COMMON
VU LAMP COMMON
VU LAMP COMMON
VU LAMP +V DIG
VU LAMP +V DIG
VU LAMP +V DIG
VU LAMP +V DIG
AUDIO COMMON
N/C
+V DIG
TIMER START/STOP
DIGITAL COMMON
TIMER HOLD
NOTE
E: With the exception of
the external stereo line inputs
(bold-faced type) on the lower
DB-25 connector, I/O connections from the MO-6000 meter
output module are "internal" to
the console (i.e., used to route
VU and timer signals to the
meterbridge) and are not applicable to end customer use.
DIGITAL COMMON
TIMER RESET
TIMER RESTART
N/C
AUDIO COMMON
N/C
N/C
AUDIO COMMON
N/C
N/C
N/C
AUDIO COMMON
N/C
AUDIO COMMON
N/C
N/C
EXT 1 INPUT LEFT SHIELD
EXT 1 INPUT LEFT LOW
EXT 1 INPUT RIGHT SHIELD
EXT 1 INPUT RIGHT HIGH
EXT 1 INPUT LEFT HIGH
EXT 1 INPUT RIGHT LOW
EXT 2 INPUT LEFT SHIELD
EXT 2 INPUT LEFT LOW
EXT 2 INPUT RIGHT SHIELD
EXT 2 INPUT LEFT HIGH
EXT 2 INPUT RIGHT LOW
EXT 2 INPUT RIGHT HIGH
Lower DB-25
Connector
A-6000 / Nov 93
Meter Output Module Connector Pinouts
Page 3 - 26
CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
METER OUTPUT MODULE (MO-6000)
Lower DB-25 Connector – External Audio Inputs
Typical DB-25
connector.
A-6000 / Nov 93
NOTE: With the exception of the pins listed below, I/O connections from the
MO-6000 meter output module are "internal" to the console (i.e., used to route
VU and timer signals to the meterbridge) and are not normally applicable to
end customer use.
Pin 19 - EXTERNAL LINE 1 IN LEFT, SHIELD
Pin 6 - EXTERNAL LINE 1 IN LEFT, LOW
Pin 18 - EXTERNAL LINE 1 IN LEFT, HIGH
Pin 5 - EXTERNAL LINE 1 IN RIGHT, SHIELD
Pin 17 - EXTERNAL LINE 1 IN RIGHT, LOW
Pin 4 - EXTERNAL LINE 1 IN RIGHT, HIGH
Pin 16 - EXTERNAL LINE 2 IN LEFT, SHIELD
Pin 3 - EXTERNAL LINE 2 IN LEFT, LOW
Pin 15 - EXTERNAL LINE 2 IN LEFT, HIGH
Pin 2 - EXTERNAL LINE 2 IN RIGHT, SHIELD
Pin 14 - EXTERNAL LINE 2 IN RIGHT, LOW
Pin 1 - EXTERNAL LINE 2 IN RIGHT, HIGH
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
INPUT PORTS
N/C
AUDIO COMMON
–V EXT PWR
+V EXT PWR
AUDIO COMMON
DIGITAL COMMON
+V DIGITAL
STATION CALL LINE 8
AUDIO COMMON
STATION CALL LINE 7
AUDIO COMMON
STATION CALL LINE 6
STATION CALL LINE 5
AUDIO COMMON
STATION CALL LINE 4
AUDIO COMMON
STATION CALL LINE 1
STATION CALL LINE 3
STATION CALL LINE 2
2-WAY AUDIO IN SH
2-WAY AUDIO IN LO
EXT LINE IN SH
2-WAY AUDIO IN HI
EXT LINE IN LO
EXT LINE IN HI
Upper DB-25
Connector
Lower DB-25
Connector
AUDIO COMMON
+V EXT PWR
DIGITAL COMMON
AUDIO COMMON
STATION CALL LINE 7
STATION CALL LINE 6
AUDIO COMMON
STATION CALL LINE 3
STATION CALL LINE 2
2-WAY AUDIO OUT SH
2-WAY AUDIO OUT HI
EXT SPKR OUTPUT LO
N/C
–V EXT PWR
AUDIO COMMON
+V DIGITAL
STATION CALL LINE 8
AUDIO COMMON
STATION CALL LINE 5
STATION CALL LINE 4
AUDIO COMMON
STATION CALL LINE 1
2-WAY AUDIO OUT LO
EXT SPKR OUTPUT SH
EXT SPKR OUTPUT HI
OUTPUT PORTS
A-6000 / May
Nov 93
94
Intercom Module I/O Connector Pinouts
Page 3 - 28
CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
OPTIONAL INTERCOM MODULE (ICM-6000)
Intercom Module INPUT AUDIO connections
Upper DB-25 connector
2-way audio in HIGH is pin #15
2-way audio in LOW is pin #3
2-way audio in SHIELD is pin #16
External Line in HIGH is pin #1
External Line in LOW is pin #14
External Line in SHIELD is pin #2
Intercom Module OUTPUT AUDIO connections
Lower DB-25 connector
2-way audio out HIGH is pin #15
2-way audio out LOW is pin #3
2-way audio out SHIELD is pin #16
External Speaker out HIGH is pin #1
External Speaker out LOW is pin #14
External Speaker out SHIELD is pin #2
Intercom Module CONTROL connections
Upper DB-25 connector
External digital + power feed is pin #10
External digital common is pin #23
Station call line 1 is pin #4
Station call line 2 is pin #17
Station call line 3 is pin #18
Station call line 4 is pin #6
Station call line 5 is pin #7
Station call line 6 is pin #20
Station call line 7 is pin #21
Station call line 8 is pin #9
External +V feed is pin #24
External -V feed is pin #12
Audio Common at pins #5,8,11,19,22,25
Pin 13 is N/C
Intercom Module REDUNDANT CONTROL connections
Lower DB-25 connector
A-6000 / May
Nov 93
94
External digital + power feed is pin #10
External digital common is pin #23
Station call line 1 is pin #4
Station call line 2 is pin #17
Station call line 3 is pin #18
Station call line 4 is pin #6
Station call line 5 is pin #7
Station call line 6 is pin #20
Station call line 7 is pin #21
Station call line 8 is pin #9
External +V feed is pin #24
External -V feed is pin #12
Additional audio commons at pins #5,8,11,19,22,25
Pin 13 is N/C
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Upper DB-25
Connector
N/C
LINE 1 LT IN SH
LINE 1 LT IN LO
LINE 1 LT IN HI
LINE 1 RT IN SH
LINE 1 RT IN LO
LINE 1 RT IN HI
LINE 2 LT IN LO
LINE 2 LT IN SH
LINE 2 LT IN HI
LINE 2 RT IN SH
LINE 2 RT IN LO
LINE 2 RT IN HI
LINE 3 LT IN SH
LINE 3 LT IN LO
LINE 3 RT IN SH
LINE 3 RT IN HI
LINE 3 LT IN HI
LINE 3 RT IN LO
LINE 4 LT IN SH
LINE 4 LT IN LO
LINE 4 RT IN SH
LINE 4 LT IN HI
LINE 4 RT IN LO
LINE 4 RT IN HI
AUDIO COMMON
N/C
N/C
LT OUTPUT SH
LT OUTPUT LO
LT OUTPUT HI
RT OUTPUT SH
RT OUTPUT LO
RT OUTPUT HI
N/C
LINE 5 LT IN SH
LINE 5 LT IN LO
LINE 5 LT IN HI
LINE 5 RT IN SH
LINE 5 RT IN LO
LINE 5 RT IN HI
LINE 6 LT IN LO
LINE 6 LT IN SH
LINE 6 LT IN HI
LINE 6 RT IN SH
LINE 6 RT IN LO
LINE 6 RT IN HI
LINE 7 LT IN SH
LINE 7 LT IN LO
LINE 7 RT IN SH
LINE 7 RT IN HI
LINE 7 LT IN HI
LINE 7 RT IN LO
LINE 8 LT IN SH
LINE 8 LT IN LO
LINE 8 RT IN SH
LINE 8 LT IN HI
LINE 8 RT IN LO
LINE 8 RT IN HI
Lower DB-25
Connector
A-6000 / May
Nov 93
94
Stereo Line Selector Module I/O Connector Pinouts
Page 3 - 30
CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
OPTIONAL STEREO LINE SELECT MODULE (LS-6000)
Upper DB-25 – Audio Inputs
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
24 - LINE 1 IN LT high
12 - LINE 1 IN LT low
25 - LINE 1 IN LT shield
10 - LINE 1 IN RT high
23 - LINE 1 IN RT low
11 - LINE 1 IN RT shield
21 - LINE 2 IN LT high
9 - LINE 2 IN LT low
22 - LINE 2 IN LT shield
7 - LINE 2 IN RT high
20 - LINE 2 IN RT low
8 - LINE 2 IN RT shield
18 - LINE 3 IN LT high
6 - LINE 3 IN LT low
19 - LINE 3 IN LT shield
4 - LINE 3 IN RT high
17 - LINE 3 IN RT low
5 - LINE 3 IN RT shield
15 - LINE 4 IN LT high
3 - LINE 4 IN LT low
16 - LINE 4 IN LT shield
1 - LINE 4 IN RT high
14 - LINE 4 IN RT low
2 - LINE 4 IN RT shield
13 - N/C
DB-9 – Audio Outputs
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
7
3
8
1
6
2
4
9
5
-
OUTPUT LT high
OUTPUT LT low
OUTPUT LT shield
OUTPUT RT high
OUTPUT RT low
OUTPUT RT shield
N/C
N/C
AUDIO COMMON
Lower DB-25 – Audio Inputs
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Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
24 - LINE 5 IN LT high
12 - LINE 5 IN LT low
25 - LINE 5 IN LT shield
10 - LINE 5 IN RT high
23 - LINE 5 IN RT low
11 - LINE 5 IN RT shield
21 - LINE 6 IN LT high
9 - LINE 6 IN LT low
22 - LINE 6 IN LT shield
7 - LINE 6 IN RT high
20 - LINE 6 IN RT low
8 - LINE 6 IN RT shield
18 - LINE 7 IN LT high
6 - LINE 7 IN LT low
19 - LINE 7 IN LT shield
4 - LINE 7 IN RT high
17 - LINE 7 IN RT low
5 - LINE 7 IN RT shield
15 - LINE 8 IN LT high
3 - LINE 8 IN LT low
16 - LINE 8 IN LT shield
1 - LINE 8 IN RT high
14 - LINE 8 IN RT low
2 - LINE 8 IN RT shield
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Upper DB-25
Connector
N/C
EXT 1 IN SH
EXT 1 IN LO
EXT 1 IN HI
EXT 2 IN SH
EXT 2 IN LO
EXT 2 IN HI
CALLER 1 IN LO (from HYBRID)
CALLER 1 IN SH (from HYBRID)
CALLER 1 IN HI (from HYBRID)
CALLER 2 IN SH (from HYBRID)
CALLER 2 IN LO (from HYBRID)
CALLER 2 IN HI (from HYBRID)
AUDIO COMMON
N/C
AUDIO COMMON
N/C
N/C
N/C
AUDIO COMMON
N/C
AUDIO COMMON
N/C
N/C
N/C
AUDIO COMMON
N/C
N/C
AUDIO COMMON
N/C
N/C
AUDIO COMMON
N/C
N/C
COMPOSITE OUT SH
COMPOSITE OUT HI
MIC SUM OUT LO
CALLER SUM OUT SH
CALLER SUM OUT HI
OUTPUT TO HYBRID 1 LO
OUTPUT TO HYBRID 2 SH
OUTPUT TO HYBRID 2 HI
TAPE START/STOP COMMON
TAPE STOP
TAPE START
TAPE RECORD READY
N/C
COMPOSITE OUT LO
MIC SUM OUT SH
MIC SUM OUT HI
CALLER SUM OUT LO
OUTPUT TO HYBRID 1 SH
OUTPUT TO HYBRID 1 HI
OUTPUT TO HYBRID 2 LO
N/C
TAPE START/STOP COMMON
TAPE STOP
TAPE START
TAPE RECORD READY
Lower DB-25
Connector
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
OPTIONAL SUPERPHONE MODULE (SPN-6000)
Superphone Module Audio Connections
Upper DB-25 connector (inputs)
Ext 1 input high is pin #24
Ext 1 input low is pin #12
Ext 1 input shield is pin #25
Ext 2 input high is pin #10
Ext 2 input low is pin #23
Ext 2 input shield is pin #11
Caller 1 input high is pin #21
Caller 1 input low is pin #9
Caller 1 input shield is pin #22
Caller 2 input high is pin #7
Caller 2 input low is pin #20
Caller 2 input shield is pin #8
Caller inputs should come from the station's telephone hybrid
outputs.
Audio Common is on pins 2,5,13,16 and 19
Pins 1,3,4,6,14,15,17 and 18 are N/C
(DB-9 connector is not used)
Lower DB-25 connector (outputs)
Composite output high is pin #24
Composite output low is pin #12
Composite output shield is pin #25
The Composite Output is the sum of ALL inputs to the
Superphone module. It may be connected directly to a
recorder input if desired.
Caller Sum to Track 1 ("mic sum") output high is pin #10
Caller Sum to Track 1 ("mic sum") output low is pin #23
Caller Sum to Track 1 ("mic sum") output shield is pin #11
Caller Sum to Tracks 2 & 3 output high is pin #21
Caller Sum to Tracks 2 & 3 output low is pin #9
Caller Sum to Tracks 2 & 3 output shield is pin #22
Output feed to Hybrid 1 high is pin #7
Output feed to Hybrid 1 low is pin #20
Output feed to Hybrid 1 shield is pin #8
Output feed to Hybrid 2 high is pin #18
Output feed to Hybrid 2 low is pin #6
Output feed to Hybrid 2 shield is pin #19
Audio Common is on pin #13
Pin #5 is N/C
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
Superphone Module Control Connections
Lower DB-25 connector
The superphone module ON and OFF switches can be used to start
and stop a remote tape recorder. A RECORD READY switch is also
provided (see SPN-6000 schematic page 5-32 for circuit details).
DB-25 control pin numbers are as follows:
START/STOP COMMON is pins #4 and #17
STOP is pins #3 and #16
START is pins #2 and #15
RECORD READY is pins #1 and #14
Superphone Module Dipswitch Controlled Functions
There are 8 individual and one 7-position dipswitches mounted on
the printed circuit board of the superphone module. They may be userprogrammed to provide a variety of signal routing and control functions.
(Individual switches are ON when the slider is positioned towards the
white dot.)
Dipswitch "SW1"
CUE DROPOUT - When SW1 is ON, whenever the module's channel
ON switch is pressed, CUE functions will be automatically deactivated.
Dipswitch "SW2"
AUX ENABLE - When SW2 is OFF, AUX assign follows channel ON.
When SW2 is ON, AUX assign operates independently of channel ON.
Dipswitch "SW3"
UTILITY ENABLE - When SW3 is OFF, UTL assign follows channel
ON. When SW3 is ON, UTL assign operates independently of channel
ON.
Dipswitch "SW6"
MICS TO ASSIGN - When SW6 is ON the module's External inputs
and Mix-Minus feeds are available for Cue and Output Assignment.
Dipswitches "SW7, SW8, SW9 and SW10"
UTL, AUX, AUD and PGM CALLER FEEDS - These four switches
determine which of the console's output busses will be heard by callers.
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
7-Position Programmable Dipswitch "SW11"
Switch positions are ON when UP
(positioned towards the module's
faceplate).
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Position 1: CONTROL ROOM MUTE - When activated, automatically
mutes the console's control room output whenever the module is
turned ON.
Position 2: CONTROL ROOM MUTE WITH PROGRAM - When
activated, automatically mutes the console's control room output
whenever the module is turned ON and the PGM ASSIGN button is
activated.
Position 3: STUDIO MUTE - When activated, automatically mutes
the console's studio output whenever the module is turned ON.
Position 4: STUDIO MUTE WITH PROGRAM - When activated,
automatically mutes the console's studio output whenever the module
is turned ON and the PGM ASSIGN button is activated.
Position 5: ON-AIR TALLY - When activated, whenever the module's
channel ON switch is pressed, the console's ON-AIR TALLY (Control
Room Module) is activated.
Position 6: CUE ENABLE - When activated, whenever a Caller CUE
switch is pressed, the caller signal will appear on the console's CUE
bus.
Position 7: TIMER RESTART - When activated, whenever the
module's channel ON switch is pressed, the console timer automatically resets to zero and starts counting up.
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
TAPE REMOTE
Upper DB-25
Connector
N/C
SW 8 COMMON
SW 8 N.O.
SW 8 LED –
SW 8 LED +
SW 7 COMMON
SW 7 N.O.
SW 7 LED +
SW 7 LED –
SW 6 COMMON
SW 6 N.O.
SW 6 LED –
SW 6 LED +
SW 5 COMMON
MACHINE 1
SW 3
Upper DB-25
Connector
>>
SW 4
<<
SW 5
PLAY
SW 6
REC
SW 7
STOP
SW 8
SW 5 N.O.
SW 5 LED +
SW 4 N.O.
SW 5 LED –
SW 4 COMMON
SW 4 LED –
SW 4 LED +
SW 3 N.O.
SW 3 LED +
SW 3 COMMON
SW 3 LED –
MACHINE 1
N/C
SW 8 COMMON
SW 3
Lower DB-25
Connector
>>
SW 4
<<
SW 5
SW 6 LED –
SW 6
REC
SW 7
STOP
SW 8
MACHINE 2
SW 8 LED +
SW 7 COMMON
SW 7 LED –
SW 6 COMMON
PLAY
SW 8 N.O.
SW 8 LED –
MACHINE 2
SW 7 N.O.
SW 7 LED +
SW 6 N.O.
SW 6 LED +
SW 5 COMMON
SW 5 N.O.
SW 5 LED +
SW 4 N.O.
SW 5 LED –
SW 4 COMMON
SW 4 LED –
SW 4 LED +
SW 3 N.O.
SW 3 LED +
SW 3 COMMON
SW 3 LED –
Lower DB-25
Connector
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Tape Remote Module I/O Connector Pinouts
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CONSOLE I/O CONNECTIONS
OPTIONAL TAPE REMOTE MODULE (TR-6000)
Upper DB-25 I/O Connector
Pin 1 - SW 3 LED +
Pin 14 - SW 3 LED Pin 2 - SW 3 N.O.
Pin 15 - SW 3 COM
Pin 3 - SW 4 LED +
Pin 16 - SW 4 LED Pin 4 - SW 4 N.O.
Pin 17 - SW 4 COM
Pin 5 - SW 5 LED +
Pin 18 - SW 5 LED Pin 6 - SW 5 N.O.
Pin 19 - SW 5 COM
Pin 7 - SW 6 LED +
Pin 20 - SW 6 LED Pin 8 - SW 6 N.O.
Pin 21 - SW 6 COM
Pin 9 - SW 7 LED +
Pin 22 - SW 7 LED Pin 10 - SW 7 N.O.
Pin 23 - SW 7 COM
Pin 11 - SW 8 LED +
Pin 24 - SW 8 LED Pin 12 - SW 8 N.O.
Pin 25 - SW 8 COM
Pin 13 - N/C
Lower DB-25 I/O Connector
Pin 1 - SW 3 LED +
Pin 14 - SW 3 LED Pin 2 - SW 3 N.O.
Pin 15 - SW 3 COM
Pin 3 - SW 4 LED +
Pin 16 - SW 4 LED Pin 4 - SW 4 N.O.
Pin 17 - SW 4 COM
Pin 5 - SW 5 LED +
Pin 18 - SW 5 LED Pin 6 - SW 5 N.O.
Pin 19 - SW 5 COM
Pin 7 - SW 6 LED +
Pin 20 - SW 6 LED Pin 8 - SW 6 N.O.
Pin 21 - SW 6 COM
Pin 9 - SW 7 LED +
Pin 22 - SW 7 LED Pin 10 - SW 7 N.O.
Pin 23 - SW 7 COM
Pin 11 - SW 8 LED +
Pin 24 - SW 8 LED Pin 12 - SW 8 N.O.
Pin 25 - SW 8 COM
Pin 13 - N/C
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Console Modules
MODULES
CHAPTER CONTENTS
Mono Mic/Line Input ........................................................................ 4-2
Stereo Line Input .............................................................................. 4-6
Output Masters ...............................................................................4-10
Meter Output ...................................................................................4-11
Timer Control ..................................................................................4-12
Clock Control .................................................................................. 4-12a
Control Room Monitor .....................................................................4-13
Studio Control (optional) ..................................................................4-15
Intercom (optional) ..........................................................................4-16
Stereo Line Selector (optional) ..........................................................4-17
Superphone (optional)......................................................................4-18
Tape Remote (optional) ....................................................................4-20
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MODULES
A
PAN
B
SOURCE
5
4
6
3
7
2
8
1
9
I
F
B
0
10
BUS-MINUS
5
4
6
3
7
2
8
9
1
0
10
STEREO or MONO
PRE
ON
SEND
ON AIR
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
S
E
N
D
MONO MIC/LINE INPUT (ML-6000)
In standard configuration these modules accept mono microphone (or line
level) input signals (A or B). They are used to control level and route the source
signal to various console outputs and monitor busses. They are also available
with a whole range of additional features: cue and solo functions, stereo and
mono sends, an electronically controlled multiple input switcher with front
panel alpha-numeric display, and the Wheatstone Bus-Minus® IFB option,
which allows each input module to generate its own separate mix-minus feed.
NOTE that modules may be supplied short-loaded with certain controls and
features deleted per client request; therefore not all modules will have the full
complement of controls and functions called out in the following section.
ASSIGN
C
•
•
•
•
•
A LOGIC DIPSWITCH
(1 of 2; B not shown)
•
L
LOGIC
R
PAN
ON
OFF
ON TALLY
OFF TALLY
COUGH
TB
A
LOGIC
PORTS
SOLO
A
CUE
B
B
O
INPUT SELECT
ON
OFF
ON TALLY
OFF TALLY
COUGH
TB
MONITOR
CR MUTE
STUDIO 1 MUTE
STUDIO 2 MUTE
STUDIO 3 MUTE
ON AIR TALLY
TALLY 1
TALLY 2
TALLY 3
TIMER RESTART
(OPT)
PRE
SEND ON/OFF
PRE/POST
ON
OFF
A Logic Follow
CHANNEL ON/OFF
B Logic Follow
FRONT PANEL SWITCHES
CUE DROPOUT
CUE/SOLO ASSIGN
BUS ASSIGN SWITCHES
CUE SOLO
PGM AUD AUX UTL
EQ IN
SOLO DROPOUT
CUE LOGIC
SOLO LOGIC
(OPT)
(OPT)
LOGIC
CR TO STUDIO TB
STU 1 TO STU 2 TB
STU 2 TO STU 1 TB
MONO INPUT
A/B
EQ
LOGIC LOGIC
ON/OFF
LOGIC
SEND
LOGIC
PAN IN
LOGIC
H
CUE
LINE A L
0
SOLO
+48V
TRIM
5
10
H
AL
D
I
P
MIC
TRIM
H
BL
15
D
I
P
A
B
S
E
L
E
C
T
INSERT
BYPASS
PRESET
E
Q
(OPT)
F
A
D
E
R
O
N
F
E
T
AUD OUTPUT
ASSIGN
AUX FET SW
R
UTL
S
W
H
LINE B L
PRE
POST
H
L
PRE
SET
SW
INSERT
IN/OUT H
ASSIGN
FET SW
PGM
L
P
A
N
+48V
20
TO CONSOLE CONTROL BUSSES
•
TO CONSOLE AUDIO BUSSES
•
A
B
C
D
ON
OFF
PRE
SET
SW
MXM A
MXM B
MXM C
MXM D
L
30
IFB OUT
H
L
40
L
E
V
E
L
NULL
POLARITY
PRESET SW
(ADD/
SUBTRACT)
PRE
POST
PRE
POST
ON
FET
SW
L
E
V
E
L
S1
2 MONO OR
1 STEREO
S2
BUS-MINUS
50
60
H
DIR OUT L
MONO MIC/LINE INPUT
70
00
Mono Mic/Line Input Module Signal Flow Diagram
ON
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
A
UP
PAN
B
PAN
SOURCE SELECT
DN
SOURCE
TAKE
SOURCE
5
4
6
7
8
1
9
I
F
B
4
7
8
1
9
5
4
S
E
8
N
9 D
7
2
1
6
3
7
2
8
9
1
0
10
STEREO or MONO
0
10
STEREO or MONO
PRE
PRE
ON
ON
SEND
SEND
ON AIR
ON AIR
PGM
AUD
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
AUX
UTL
ASSIGN
C
•
ASSIGN
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
R
•
L
PAN
SOLO
•
•
•
L
C
•
•
•
I
F
B
0
10
BUS-MINUS
6
3
6
3
2
0
10
BUS-MINUS
5
5
4
3
2
R
PAN
CUE
MONITOR
SOLO
CUE
MONITOR
DISP
MODULES
S
E
N
D
Available in two versions:
SMART SELECT®, which provides channel source indication in a fourcharacter alpha-numeric display window above the channel fader. One
scrolls through available sources with the UP/DOWN buttons. A flashing
display indicates PREVIEW awaiting a TAKE command (third button). If the
TAKE button is not pressed, the display reverts to the original source. The
SMART SELECT® option can operate as an individual channel selector or be
interfaced into a larger program event schedule for automated or live assist
applications.
DUAL (A/B) – The module actually has two pairs of input ports: Mic A &
B and Line A & B. Both A and B inputs have internal multiturn trim controls
for critical gain match to specific microphones. Internal dipswitches
independently select A and B phantom power. Module input leads incorporate
RF beads to prevent RF infiltration.
OUTPUT ASSIGN
Assigns the module's mono signal to the console's stereo output busses:
Program (PGM), Audition (AUD), Auxiliary (AUX) and Utility (UTL). If the
module's channel ON button is activated, a red "On-Air" LED indicator lights
when the PGM assign button is pushed.
PGM and AUD assignments follow internal dipswitch settings for separate
SPEECH and MUSIC processing paths. This allows, via individual insert
patch points at the console's output modules, independent processing of
these two types of signals.
AUX and UTL assignment switches may be internally dipswitch
programmed to break away or follow channel on-off logic.
MONO INPUT
0
PAN
5
Switchable in and out, the panpot places the module's mono signal in the left-right
fields of assigned stereo output and monitor signals.
10
15
INSERT PATCH POINT
20
Each input module has its own electronically balanced insert patch point for outboard
signal processing (may be internally dipswitch-bypassed).
30
40
DIRECT OUTPUT
50
Electronically balanced; for signal splits or external bus-independent destinations.
The direct output signal is taken post fader/channel on-off.
60
70
00
ON
MIX-MINUS ASSIGN (INTERNAL)
The A-6000 console is equipped with four separate mix-minus busses, individually
accessible via internal dipswitch programming at each input module. Each MXM bus
assignment can be dipswitch-programmed for a PRE or POST fader/channel on-off audio
tap. In addition, mix-minus can follow or break away (dipswitch programmable) from the
channel's on-off logic .
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MODULES
A
PAN
B
SEND
SOURCE
5
4
6
4
3
7
2
8
1
9
I
F
B
5
6
3
4
7
2
8
1
9
I
F
B
5
6
3
7
2
8
1
9
0
10
BUS-MINUS
0
10
BUS-MINUS
0
10
MONO
5
5
5
4
6
4
3
7
2
8
9
1
S
E
N
D
0
10
STEREO or MONO
PRE
ON
SEND
4
6
S
E
8 N
92 D
1
S
0
10
1
MONO
3
7
2
PRE
ON
SEND
AUD
AUX
UTL
ASSIGN
C
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1
6
3
7
2
8
9
1
0
10
MONO
PRE
ON
SEND
ON AIR
PGM
S
N
D
S
N
D
2
Available as stereo, mono, or dual mono. Used to provide
special effect feeds or custom monitor mixes to specific locations.
Assigns a split off the channel signal to the console's send
busses. Send signals may be tapped PRE or post fader/
channel on-off (via a front panel switch) and may be turned ON
or off with a second switch. An internal dipswitch allows the
send function to operate independently of the module's channel
on/off status. (NOTE that dual mono sends normally have two
level controls; however, when the module is ordered with an
EQ section or the Bus-Minus® IFB option, a single dual
concentric control is used.)
IFB BUS-MINUS®
This option allows each input module to general an individual mix-minus output; thus
each anchor, each announcer, each host, each guest can have a dedicated mix-minus
feed. Internal dipswitches determine whether the channel signal is present or absent from
the IFB feed, and whether the signal is tapped PRE or post fader/channel on-off
•
L
R
PAN
SOLO
CUE
MONITOR
MONO INPUT
0
5
10
15
20
30
40
CUE (AND SOLO)
These monitor functions allow the console operator to spot check the module's signal
without interfering with regular bus assignments. CUE is normally supplied; it's feed is
tapped pre fader/channel on-off; SOLO is also available; it is post fader/channel on-off
and more suitable for production environments. Solo/cue signals (stereo; strappable as
mono) are outputted at the console's Control Room (CR) monitor module, where they
appear at the CUE output, on the built-in meterbridge SPEAKERS, are automatically
metered on the console's switched VU meter pair, and can be programmed to automatically
interrupt the HEADPHONE and CONTROL ROOM outputs. Exactly how the cue (or solo)
signal interrupts the console's regular monitor output is determined by internal dipswitch
programming at the CR module itself (see page 3-22).
Cue and Solo may be programmed at each input module (via internal dipswitches) to
automatically disengage whenever the channel ON button is pressed, preventing potential
feedback problems within the control room itself. An optional bottom-of-travel fader
overpress switch can also be used to place the module in CUE mode.
50
60
70
00
ON
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MODULES
7K
0
3
3
4K
3
H
I
G
15K H
11
5K
2K
11
1K
11
11
500
7K
-16 dB +16
400 450 8K
3 0
3
250
600
11
11
60
900
M
I
D
L
O
W
4
250
11
60
900
EQ
IN
M
I
D
L
O
W
-16
+16
800 dB 16K
3.5K
3 0
3
0
10
STEREO or MONO
ON
SEND
2
11
500
7K
-16 dB +16
400 450 8K
3 0
3
250
A
8
9
11
60
900
-16
+16
40 dB
1K
3
B
0
10
MONO SENDS
3-BAND EQ
M
I
D
L
O
W
A/B
5
6
7
2
1
PRE
600
11
4
7
1
5K
11
6
2
B
9
5
H
I
G
15K H
EQ
IN
A/B
3
A
8
PRE
600
11
4
7
1
2K
500
7K
-16 dB +16
400 450 8K
3 0
3
6
3
2
5K
10K
1K
-16
+16
800 dB 16K
3.5K
3 0
3
11
3
11
-16
+16
40 dB
1K
A/B
5
11
11
7K
0
4K
H
I
G
15K H
11
-16
+16
40 dB
1K
EQ
IN
3
10K
1K
-16
+16
800 dB 16K
3.5K
3 0
3
2K
3
4K
10K
11
7K
0
A
This option provides three bands of continuously sweepable
boost and cut (±16dB; reciprocal curves) , plus continuously
sweepable frequency (40Hz–1KHz, 400Hz–8KHz, and 800Hz–
16KHz). EQ in/out is electronically switched for silent punchins. (NOTE: due to panel space conflicts, the EQ option is not
available with Smart Select® source switching, dual mono
send pots, or BOTH send and Bus-Minus® IFB options.
8
1
9
B
0
10
BUS-MINUS
ON
SEND
ON AIR
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
TALKBACK ASSIGN (INTERNAL)
ASSIGN
C
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
L
R
PAN
SOLO
CUE
The module signal may be dipswitch assigned to the console's three talkback busses
(CR to STUDIO 1 & 2, STUDIO 1 to STUDIO 2, STUDIO 2 to STUDIO 1). Please note that
only one mic channel can be assigned to each of the talkback busses. The talkback signal
is taken pre fader/channel on-off.
Talkback (TB TO CR, STUDIO TO STUDIO TB) can be remotely activated via the
module's control ports (follows A & B source select; see page 3-7).
MONITOR
MONO INPUT
0
5
10
15
FADER
Long-throw (104mm) conductive plastic. May be supplied with optional bottom-ofthrow overpress switch.
20
30
40
50
60
70
00
ON
CHANNEL ON/OFF
These switches, in addition to their primary function of turning the module signal on
and off, also perform numerous logic tasks, involving MUTING (CR, studios 1 thru 4),
TALLYS (on-air tally 1 thru 4), and TIMER RESTART; all these can be programmed (via
internal dipswitches) to activate when the channel ON button is pressed. These same
switches may also be remotely operated (via the module's control ports), permitting
external ON/OFF and COUGH functions. Note all on/off switch logic functions follow A
and B source select switching. Thus each function is available at two source locations.
Channel on-off switches can also control remote A & B on and off tally indicators. (See
page 3-8 for more information.)
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Page 4 - 5
MODULES
A
MODE
STEREO
B
MONO
LT
RT
SOURCE
6
7
8
1
9
I
F
B
0
10
BUS-MINUS
5
4
6
3
7
2
8
9
1
0
10
STEREO or MONO
PRE
ON
SEND
ON AIR
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
S
E
N
D
STEREO LINE INPUT (SL-6000)
These are stereo input modules, designed to accept line level signals and
route them to the console's various ACN busses. Available options are similar
to ML-6000 mono input modules, with two additional features: AUTOSEQUENCING, which permits a bank of source machines to be played
sequentially with the push of a single start button; and MODE SELECTION,
which enables the module to operate in stereo, mono, left only, or right only.
NOTE that modules may be supplied short-loaded with certain controls and
features deleted per client request; therefore not all modules will have the
full complement of controls and functions called out in the following
section.
ASSIGN
C
•
LOGIC
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
L
ON
OFF
START
STOP
READY
A Control
R
(OPT)
A
MODE
B
SEQUENCE
LEFT/RIGHT
ARM
B Control
CUE
B Logic Follow
START STOP
PRE
CHANNEL ON/OFF
ON AIR TALLY
DIPSWITCHES
ON
OFF
START
STOP
READY
FRONT PANEL SWITCHES
LOCAL READY "A"
LOCAL READY "B"
SEQUENCE CUE/SOLO ASSIGN
ARM
SOLO
O
SEND ON/OFF
PRE/POST
INPUT SELECT STER MONO
BAL
CR MUTE
STUDIO 1 MUTE
TIMER RESTART
A Logic Follow
(OPT)
CUE SOLO
(OPT)
SEQUENCE IN
SEQUENCE OUT
BUS ASSIGN SWITCHES
CUE DROPOUT
PGM AUD AUX UTL
SOLO DROPOUT
(OPT)
TO CONSOLE CONTROL BUSSES
5
4
3
2
CUE LOGIC
SOLO LOGIC
LOGIC
MONITOR
MODE
*LOGIC
EFS
LOGIC
SEND ON/OFF
LOGIC LOGIC
CUE
STEREO INPUT
L
TRIM
H
L
R
TRIM
A
0
5
H
L
INPUT
10
H
L
L
TRIM
H
L
R
TRIM
B
15
A
B
S
E
L
E
C
T
INSERT BYPASS
PRESET
M
O
D
E
L
R
S
E
L
E
C
T
L
F
E
T
R
SOLO
L
R
H
INSERT
IN/OUT
L
B
A
L
R
S
W
∑
L L
20
L
F
A
D
E
R
PGM
L
O
N
F
E
T
S
W
ASSIGN
FET SW
AUD OUTPUT
ASSIGN
FET SW
AUX
R
R
PRE
POST
∑
R HL
PRE
SET
SW
H
L L
UTL
A
B
C
D
ON
OFF
PRE
SET
SW
MXM A
MXM B
MXM C
MXM D
TO CONSOLE AUDIO BUSSES
A/B
LOGIC
H
R L
30
IFB OUT
40
H
L
L
E
V
E
L
NULL
POLARITY
PRESET SW
(ADD/
SUBTRACT)
L
PRE
POST
M
R
STEREO
MONO
PRESET
PRE POST
ON FET SW
PRE POST
ON FET SW
S1
2 MONO OR
1 STEREO
S2
L
E
V
E
L
S1
S2
BUS-MINUS
50
60
70
00
DIR OUT
L H
L
R H
L
*
ALTERNATE TO MODE SELECT: STEREO EQ
STEREO
LINE INPUT
Stereo Line Input Module Signal Flow Diagram
START
SL-6000
A-6000 / Nov 93
Page 4 - 6
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
A
MODE
STEREO
B
UP
MODE
STEREO
DN
MONO
MONO
LT
LT
TAKE
RT
RT
SOURCE
5
4
SOURCE
6
7
8
1
9
I
F
B
4
7
8
1
9
5
4
S
E
8
N
9 D
7
2
1
I
F
B
0
10
BUS-MINUS
6
3
6
3
2
0
10
BUS-MINUS
5
5
4
3
2
6
3
7
2
8
9
1
0
10
STEREO or MONO
0
10
STEREO or MONO
PRE
PRE
ON
S
E
N
D
ON
SEND
SEND
ON AIR
ON AIR
MODULES
SOURCE SELECT
Available in two versions:
DUAL (A/B) – The module actually accepts two stereo line inputs: A and
B. Both stereo ports have internal multiturn trim controls (left and right
channels) for critical gain matching and L-R balance. Opto-isolated machine
control ports follow the A/B source select switches.
SMART SELECT®, which provides channel source indication in a fourcharacter alpha-numeric display window above the channel fader. One
scrolls through available sources with the UP/DOWN buttons. A flashing
display indicates PREVIEW awaiting a TAKE command (third button). If the
TAKE button is not pressed, the display reverts to the original source. The
SMART SELECT® option can operate as an individual channel selector or be
interfaced into a larger program event schedule for automated or live assist
applications.
MODE SELECTOR
PGM
AUD
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
AUX
UTL
ASSIGN
C
•
ASSIGN
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
L
C
•
•
•
•
•
•
R
•
L
BAL
R
BAL
SEQUENCE
ARM
SOLO
CUE
MONITOR
STEREO INPUT
0
5
The mode button illuminates red when set to STEREO; four individual colorcoded LED indicators show available settings: STEREO, MONO (L+R to both
channels), LEFT to both channels, and RIGHT to both channels. Being
electronic, mode selection is lossless and click-free. When in MONO mode
automatic gain compensation occurs to offset mono summation.
OUTPUT ASSIGN
Assigns the module's stereo signal to the console's output busses:
Program (PGM), Audition (AUD), Auxiliary (AUX) and Utility (UTL). If the
module's channel ON button is activated, a red "On-Air" LED indicator lights
SOLO
CUE
when the PGM assign button is pushed.
MONITOR
PGM and AUD assignments follow internal dipswitch settings for separate
DISP
SPEECH and MUSIC processing paths. This allows, via individual insert
patch points at the console's output modules, independent processing of
these two types of signals (see page 3-16).
AUX and UTL assignment switches may be internally dipswitch programmed to break
away or follow channel on-off logic.
SEQUENCE
ARM
10
15
20
30
40
50
60
70
00
START
BALANCE
Used in conjunction with A & B input gain trimpots, this control assures precise L-R
balance of the module's stereo signal. A center detent position nulls it out.
INSERT PATCH POINT
Each input module has its own stereo electronically balanced insert patch point for
outboard signal processing (may be internally dipswitch-bypassed).
DIRECT OUTPUT
Electronically balanced; for signal splits or external bus-independent destinations. The
stereo direct output signal is taken post fader/balance/channel on-off.
MIX-MINUS ASSIGN (INTERNAL)
The A-6000 console is equipped with four separate mix-minus busses, individually accessible
via internal dipswitch programming at each input module. Each MXM bus assignment can be
dipswitch-programmed for a PRE or POST fader/balance/channel on-off audio tap. In both
cases this audio tap is a L+R summed version of the module's stereo signal. In addition, mixminus can follow or break away (dipswitch programmable) from the channel's on-off logic .
SL-6000
A-6000 / Nov 93
Page 4 - 7
MODULES
A
MODE
STEREO
B
MONO
SEND
LT
RT
SOURCE
5
4
6
3
4
7
2
8
1
9
I
F
B
0
10
BUS-MINUS
5
4
7
8
9
S
E
N
D
0
10
STEREO or MONO
PRE
4
7
I
F
B
8
1
9
ON
SEND
4
5
6
3
1
0
10
MONO
PRE
S
E
8 N
92 D
S
ON
SEND
6
3
7
8
1
9
0
10
MONO
7
2
5
2
0
10
BUS-MINUS
2
1
6
3
2
6
3
5
1
4
5
AUD
AUX
UTL
ASSIGN
C
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
L
R
BAL
SEQUENCE
ARM
SOLO
CUE
1
6
3
7
2
8
9
1
0
10
MONO
PRE
ON
SEND
ON AIR
PGM
S
N
D
S
N
D
2
Available as stereo, mono, or dual mono. Used to provide
special effect feeds or custom monitor mixes to specific locations.
Assigns a split off the channel signal to the console's send
busses. Send signals may be tapped PRE or post fader/
balance/channel on-off (via a front panel switch) and may be
turned ON or off with a second switch. An internal dipswitch
allows the send function to operate independently of the
module's channel on/off status. (NOTE that dual mono sends
normally have two level controls; however, when the module is
ordered with an EQ section or the Bus-Minus® IFB option, a
single dual concentric control is used.) Internal dipswitching
determines whether the module's send signal is stereo or mono
(see page 3-12).
IFB BUS-MINUS®
This option allows each input module to general an individual mix-minus signal.
Internal dipswitches determine whether the channel signal is present or absent from the
IFB feed, and whether the signal is tapped PRE or post fader/balance/channel on-off. The
IFB output is a summed version of the module's stereo signal.
CUE (AND SOLO)
MONITOR
STEREO INPUT
0
5
10
15
20
30
These stereo monitor functions allow the console operator to spot check the module's
signal without interfering with regular bus assignments. CUE is normally supplied; it's
feed is tapped pre fader/balance/channel on-off; SOLO is also available; it is post fader/
balance/channel on-off and more suitable for production environments. Solo/cue signals
(stereo; strappable as mono) are outputted at the console's Control Room (CR) monitor
module, where they appear at the CUE output, on the built-in meterbridge SPEAKERS,
are automatically metered on the console's switched VU meter pair, and can be programmed
to automatically interrupt the HEADPHONE and CONTROL ROOM outputs. Exactly how
the cue (or solo) signal interrupts the console's regular monitor output is determined by
internal dipswitch programming at the CR module itself (see page 3-22).
Cue and Solo may be programmed at each input module (via internal dipswitches) to
automatically disengage whenever the channel ON button is pressed, preventing potential
feedback problems within the control room itself. An optional fader switch can also be used
to place the module in CUE mode.
40
50
60
70
00
START
CHANNEL START/STOP SWITCHES
These switches, in addition to turning the module on and off, command external source
machines, mutes (CR, Studio 1 thru 3), tallys (on-air tally 1 thru 4) and interact with the
console timer (timer restart). They control separate A and B opto-isolated controls ports:
START, STOP, and SEQUENCE OUT. Input commands (also opto-isolated) include ON,
OFF, READY LAMP and SEQUENCE IN. Dipswitch-selected logic modes are available for
both A and B ports. START can be pulse of European style latching commands. SOLO and
CUE functions can be programmed for automatic drop-out when START is pressed. The
Stop (or Off) switch indicator light (solid-state) can run under local or external control, and
SEND, AUX, UTIL, and MXM can follow or break away from START switch logic. See page
3-13 for more information.
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A-6000 / Nov 93
Page 4 - 8
MODULES
0
3
3
3
6
6
H
11 I
11
10K
5K 14
G
14 H
-16
3
dB
0
+16
M
11 I
14 D
-16
3
dB
0
+16
L
11 O
100
14
50
14
-16
dB
G
14 H
-16
W
+16
1K
14
500
-16
7
8
9
1
S
E
N
D
0
10
STEREO or MONO
PRE
+16
W
14
dB
+16
ON
SEND
5
-16
PRE
ON
SEND
dB
0
dB
5
-16
3
3
L
11 O
14
-16
dB
W
+16
EQ IN
8
9
S
E
N
D
0
10
STEREO or MONO
A
D
+16
6
100
14
50
4
7
1
dB
0
11
6
2
M
11 I
14
EQ IN
4
3
6
L
+16
+16
6
1K
14
500
11 O
W
14
dB
0
11
3
6
-16
-16
3
6
11
100
14
50
G
14 H
3
+16
H
11 I
6
M
14 D
3
6
10K
5K 14
11 I
1K
14
500
0
6
11
3
6
6
S
3
7 E
2
8 N
92 D
1
S
0
10
1
MONO
+16
6
L
11 O
dB
0
11
3
6
-16
-16
3
6
100
14
50
G
14 H
3
11
4
3
dB
0
3
H
11 I
10K
5K 14
M
14 D
3
6
3
11 I
0
6
11
EQ IN
6
2
+16
6
EQ IN
5
4
dB
0
6
3
6
3
H
11 I
11
3
6
11
3
6
3
6
1K
14
500
10K
5K 14
3
6
11
0
6
11
B
SOURCE
5
6
3
7
2
8
9
1
0
10
BUS-MINUS
A
B
I
F
B
3-BAND STEREO EQ
This option provides three bands of
equalization, each with continuously variable
boost and cut (±16dB; reciprocal curves). Center
frequencies are switchable: 50/100Hz, 500/
1000Hz, and 5KHz/10KHz. An EQ in/out switch
activates logic controlled EQ punch-in and out.
(NOTE: due to panel space conflicts, the EQ
option is not available with Smart Select® source
switching, dual mono send pots, or BOTH send
and Bus-Minus® IFB options. When equipped
with EQ and SEND, the module can have either
A/B source select or send PRE and ON switch
functions, but not both.
SOURCE
ON AIR
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
ASSIGN
C
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
L
R
BAL
SEQUENCE
ARM
SOLO
CUE
MONITOR
STEREO INPUT
MACHINE SEQUENCE
This option consists of a front panel ARM switch; press the switch to illuminate it. A
bank of CD payers or cart machines may then be played in sequence at the push the
leftmost module's START button. As each machine starts its channel is activated; as it
completes play the next machine is triggered along with its input module, and the previous
module is then muted. Sequence control ports are opto-isolated to prevent ground loops
and may be configured to trigger one machine after the next, or to overlap the next
machine.
0
5
10
15
20
STEREO FADER
30
Long-throw (104mm) conductive plastic. May be supplied with optional bottom-ofthrow overpress switch.
40
50
60
70
00
START
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A-6000 / Nov 93
Page 4 - 9
MODULES
OUTPUT MASTERS (OM-6000)
UTL
MONO SUM
H
IN L
S1
M1
(OPT)
L
A
GAIN TRIM
L
D
H
IN L
GAIN TRIM
LT
LT
PGM
AUD
RT
RT
LT
LT
AUX
UTL
RT
RT
MASTER A
MASTER B
MUSIC
INSERT
BYPASS
PRESET
PATCH
OUT
H
L
R
F
A
D
E
R
R
MONITOR
FEED
H
OUT
L
(OPT)
L
H LT PGM
L OUT 1
OUT
GAIN
H
L
H RT PGM
L OUT 1
R
PATCH
PATCH
H
L
OUT
L
H
IN L
OUT
H
L
PGM
AUX
H RT PGM
L OUT 2
R
PROGRAM/AUXILIARY
MONO
LOGIC
GAIN
SOURCE
SELECT
FET
(OPT)
F
A
D
E
R
L
AUXILIARY
R
L
H MONO 1
L
OUT
∑
OUT
H
L
R
R
AUDITION/UTILITY
MONO
AUD
UTL
LOGIC
F
A
D
E
R
L
UTILITY
GAIN
R
SOURCE
SELECT
FET
(OPT)
H LT AUX
L
OUT
H RT AUX
L
OUT
R
H SEND 1
L
OUT
S
H MXM A
L
OUT
C
H MXM B
L
OUT
D
GAIN
SEND 1
S
S
A
B
INT PRESET SW
H RT AUD
L OUT 1
L
H LT AUD
L OUT 2
R
H RT AUD
L OUT 2
H MONO 2
L
OUT
∑
GAIN
H LT UTIL
L
OUT
L
GAIN
H RT UTIL
L
OUT
R
GAIN
H SEND 2
L
OUT
S
GAIN
MXM C
H MXM C
L
OUT
C
GAIN
MXM B
B
R
SEND 2
GAIN
MXM A
A
GAIN
GAIN
GAIN
L
H LT AUD
L OUT 1
SPEECH
INSERT
BYPASS
PRESET
PATCH
R
R
L
H
IN L
SPEECH
INSERT
BYPASS
PRESET
PATCH
R
F
A
D
E
R
MONITOR
FEED
H
L
H LT PGM
L OUT 2
L
R
GAIN
L
MUSIC
INSERT
BYPASS
PRESET
PATCH
H
IN L
L
L
H
IN L
H
IN L
OUT
FROM CONSOLE ACN BUSSES
GAIN
L
C
MXM
B
AUDITION
PATCH
H
OUT
L
M2
MXM
H
IN L
PROGRAM
PATCH
S2
TO CONSOLE MONITOR BUSSES
MONO SUM
AUD
FROM CONSOLE ACN BUSSES
AUX
TO CONSOLE MONITOR BUSSES
PGM
Each A-6000 console has two output master modules: Master A handles
Program and Auxiliary, Mix-Minus A & B, Send 1 and Mono 1. Master B
handles Audition and Utility, Mix-Minus C & D, Send 2 and Mono 2. All
outputs are calibrated with front panel multi-turn trimpots (a concealment
panel covers the trim settings for security). In addition, each master module
has selector switches to determine which stereo signal will be summed (L+R)
for that module's Mono output (PGM or AUX, AUD or UTL). On some consoles
optional faders may be installed to control output levels.
Output masters contain both Music and Speech insert patch points for
PGM and AUD stereo outputs, allowing outboard signal processing to be easily
applied to these signals. Note the insert points may be internally bypassed via
PCB-mounted dipswitches.
There is one additional dipswitch assignment on each master module that
determines which Mix-Minus ACN (B or D) gets assigned to the console's BusMinus IFB feeds.
GAIN
BUS MINUS
MXM D
D
INT PRESET SW
OUTPUT MODULE
OUTPUT MODULE
(Number one of two)
(Number two of two)
H MXM D
L
OUT
BUS MINUS
Output Master Modules Signal Flow Diagrams
OM-6000 (#1)
A-6000 / Nov 93
OM-6000 (#2)
Page 4 - 10
MODULES
METER OUTPUT (MO-6000)
1
2
EXTERNAL
STEREO
CUE / SOLO
SENDS
S1
S2
A
C
B
D
MXM
MONO
1
The console's meter output module contains VU driver circuitry and
controls for the digital timer. On those consoles with mainframes large enough
to accommodate them (i.e., 24 inputs or more) there are dedicated VU meter
pairs for Program, Audition and Auxiliary, plus a fourth switched pair of VUs
which can pick up (via front panel selector switches) Sends 1 & 2, Mix-Minus
feeds A, B, C & D, Mono 1 & 2, and Utility (plus Auxiliary on smaller
mainframes). Two additional switch-selected external line inputs may also be
selected. Note Cue/Solo is automatically metered on the switched pair
whenever activated at any point on the console (A red LED lights when in Cue/
Solo metering mode).
The MO-6000 module has front panel multi-turn VU trim controls for the
console's four meter pairs: PGM, AUD, AUX, and SWITCHED. A concealment
panel is provided for calibration security.
2
CAL
MONITOR IN
METERS
PROGRAM
AUX
VU
LT
PGM
VU
RT
PGM
VU
LT
AUD
VU
RT
AUD
VU
LT
AUX
VU
RT
AUX
CAL
UTL
STEREO
CAL
LT
PGM
RT
AUDITION
CAL
LT
AUD
VU TRIM
LT
AUX
RT
LT
SWT
RT
SWITCHED METERS
FROM CONSOLE ACN BUSSES
RT
CAL
AUXILIARY
(OPTIONAL)
AUX
UTL
MONO
SEND
S
W
I
T
C
H
E
D
MXM
CUE/SOLO
AUTO
H
L
L
V
U
CAL
SWITCHED
CAL
R
S/S
H
L
L
EXT2
HOLD
TIMER
FROM CONSOLE
CONTROL BUSSES
RESET
H
L
R
LT
SWT
VU
RT
SWT
CAL
FRONT PANEL
SWITCHES
EXT1
F
E
T
V
U
S
E
L
E
C
T
S
E
L
E
C
T
EXT2
S1
EXT1
H
L
VU
S2
MXM A
MXM B
MXM C
MXM D
CUE LOGIC
SOLO LOGIC
METER
MODULE
L
O
G
I
C
M1
M2
AUX
UTL
Meter Output Module Signal Flow Diagram
MO-6000
A-6000 / Nov 93
Page 4 - 11
MODULES
1
2
EXTERNAL
STEREO
CUE / SOLO
SENDS
S1
S2
A
C
B
D
MXM
MONO
1
2
METERS
AUX
UTL
STEREO
LT
PGM
RT
LT
AUD
RT
VU TRIM
LT
AUX
RT
LT
SWT
RT
SWITCHED METERS
TIMER CONTROL
AUTO
S/S
RESET
HOLD
TIMER
Start/Stop – Halts the timer, holds the last count, then resumes the count
when pressed again.
Reset – Dual mode; if pressed while the timer is counting, the display
instantly resets to zero and immediately starts counting up. If pressed while
the timer is stopped, the display is reset to zero, where it holds until the Start
button is pressed.
Hold – This momentary action switch will freeze the display as long as it is
pressed, but the timer circuit continues its count. When the switch is released
the display updates to the current count. Useful for read-out notations.
Auto – When activated, any input module so-programmed will reset the
timer to zero and begin counting up whenever a module channel on (or start)
switch is pressed.
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DIGITAL CLOCK
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The Wheatstone model CLK-5 clock is a six-digit time-of-day clock with LED
display intended for mounting in a Wheatstone audio console or control turret. The
clock is designed with CMOS circuits and an on-board crystal-controlled time base
oscillator. Numerous jumpers are provided on the clock circuit board to allow for
various operational modes, including 12-hour, 24-hour, remote slave, and 60Hz
power line or 1Hz referenced timebase. There are two basic parts to the clock: a main
PCB containing the clock displays, locally mounted setting controls and circuits,
and remote switch card, also containing controls for setting the clock. The remote
switch card is mounted in the console meterbridge; its switches may be accessed
from the rear of the console.
CONTROLS
The trimmer ("C4") is located just
above SW1 and to the left of Y1.
See CLK-5 PCB Load Sheet
drawing (component side) on
page 6-17.
The clock is controlled by a trimmer and various switches; the trimmer is
mounted on the main clock PCB assembly and the switches are either locally
mounted or mounted on the control card.
The trimmer alters the frequency of the quartz-controlled oscillator, which in
turn causes the clock to run slightly slower or faster. In order to keep accurate time,
the oscillator must run at 32.768 kHz, which is divided down internally to yield
1.000000 Hz at the input of the counter. The oscillator is set to this frequency at
the factory. However, due to the nature of quartz/crystal-controlled oscillators, there
may be a slight change in the frequency of the oscillator during the first few months
of operation due to the aging effect of quartz crystals. A minor readjustment of the
trimmer will compensate for this effect. A buffered output of the oscillator is available
at pin #9 of IC #U22 to assist in adjusting the oscillator (see testpoint TP, left center
of schematic, page 5-34).
Setting the Time
The setting controls (either locally or remotely) consists of two switches: MODE
and SET. To set the clock:
1) The control switches (either locally or remotely mounted) are labelled "M" and
"S". "M" (Mode) is used to scroll from seconds to minutes to hours; "S" is used to Set
the time. The procedure is to set the clock slightly ahead of the current time, hold the
second count at "00" until the current time catches up, and then release the count.
2) Press the MODE button until the hour digits blink. Depress the SET button
until the desired hour is displayed.
3) Press the MODE button until the minute digits blink. Depress the SET button
until the desired minute count is displayed.
4) Press the MODE button until the second digits blink. Depress and hold the
SET button; the seconds display will hold at "00" (blinking once per second). When
the current time catches up to the display, release the SET button. The clock will
start counting. Hit the MODE button one more time to place the clock into working
mode.
OPERATIONAL MODES
As previously described, the clock will operate either from the internal crystal
controlled time base or from a 60 Hz power line signal. It can also be programmed
to count in either 12 hour or 24 hour modes, and the internal counters can be slaved
from another clock or other sources of 1 Hz timing signals (TTL levels). Implementing
these various options consists of installing and/or removing various jumpers and
diodes; these are detailed on the clock schematic diagram (page 5-34). The
standard clock configuration is crystal-controlled, 12 hour mode, standalone operation.
A6000 / March 97
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1
Page
4 -412a
MODULES
MODE
1
STEREO
2
MONO
LT
3
RT
EXTERNAL
4
SENDS
S1
S2
A
C
B
CONTROL ROOM MONITOR (CR-6000)
The CR-6000 module is the heart of the console's monitoring systems. It
enables the console operator to monitor all of the A-6000's outputs: Sends 1
& 2, the four Mix-Minus feeds (A, B, C & D), Mono 1 & 2, PGM, AUD, AUX and
UTL, plus four external stereo line inputs. Each source has its own lighted
selector switch. The selected source feeds both the console's stereo CR output
and the built-in headphone circuit.
D
MXM
MONO
1
2
PGM
AUD
ON
CR MUTE
LOGIC
CUE LOGIC
AUX
ON
SOLO LOGIC
UTL
CR ON/OFF
FRONT PANEL SWITCHES
LOGIC
HDPN ON/OFF
CUE/SOLO MONITOR
CUE MUTE LOGIC
STEREO
5
4
L
6
3
7
2
FROM CUE/SOLO BUSSES
8
R
9
1
0
L
CUE
MUTE
FET SW
CUE
LEVEL
R
10
H
L
L
H
L
R
H
L
L
H
L
R
FRONT PANEL
SWITCH
EXT 1
Ø
MODE
0
3
6
6
11
11
14
14
-16
dB
3 0
H
I
G
H
6
14
R
14
L
EXT 4
H
L
-16 dB +16
EQ
R
6
7
2
8
1
9
10
HEADPHONE
ON
FROM CONSOLE MONITOR BUSSES
PGM
3
0
H
L
H
L
L
O
W
11
5
L
S
E
L
E
C
T
H
R
L
AUX
F
E
T
UTL
MONO
SEND
M
O
D
E
R
S
E
L
E
C
T
L
R
S
W
S1
S2
L
M1
O
G M2
I
C PGM
AUD
AUX
MXM
L
L
HDPN ON/OFF
R
R
CUE SPKR
(STEREO OPT)
PCB SLIDE SW
PCB-SLIDE SW MONO/STEREO
PRE/POST
HDPN
POLARITY
EQ IN
L
CUE/SOLO TO LT
CUE/SOLO TO RT
HDPN MUTE
I
N
T
R
P
T
I
M
N
TU
RT
PE
T
I
N
T
R
P
T
M
U
T
E
L
R
R
H
L
L
R
H
R
L
L
E
V
E
L
HDPN OUT
L
R
HDPN
EQ IN
PHASE
FET SW
HDPN
L
L
HDPN
L
L
E
V
E
L
L
HDPN JACK
R
PCB SLIDE SW
MONO/STEREO
L
H
L
L
R
H
R
L
L
H
L
L
R
H
R
L
CR OUT 1
R
CR
AUD
FROM CONSOLE TALLY BUSSES
5
4
S
O
U
R
C
E
3
11
4
H
L
EXT 3
+16
6
R
CUE OUT
FRONT PANEL SWITCHES
STEREO
MONO
LEFT
RIGHT
EXT 2
POLARITY
3
H
L
L
DIP SW
CUE
EQ
IN
L
UTL
F
R
O
N
T
P
A
N
E
L
S
W
I
T
C
H
E
S
EXT1
EXT2
CR MUTE
CR ON/OFF
CR OUT 2
DIP SW
EXT3
CUE TO LEFT
CUE TO RIGHT
EXT4
SOLO TO LEFT
SOLO TO RIGHT
CUE MUTE
SOLO MUTE
MXM A
MXM B
ON AIR
MXM C
MXM D
TALLY
LOGIC
TALLY TALLY1
OPTO TALLY2
CONTROL
ROOM
MONITOR
TALLY3
6
3
7
2
8
1
9
0
10
Control Room Monitor Module Signal Flow Diagram
CONTROL ROOM
ON
CR-6000
A-6000 / Nov
Apr 98
93
Page 4 - 13
MODULES
MODE
1
STEREO
2
MONO
LT
3
RT
EXTERNAL
4
SENDS
S1
S2
A
C
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
MODE SELECTOR
B
The mode button determines how each signal will be monitored. It
illuminates red when set to STEREO; four individual color-coded LED
indicators show available settings: STEREO, MONO (L+R to both channels),
LEFT to both channels, and RIGHT to both channels. Being electronic, mode
selection is lossless and click-free. When in MONO mode automatic gain
compensation occurs to offset mono summation.
D
MXM
MONO
1
2
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
CUE
This is the master level control for the console's CUE/SOLO signals.
Whenever a Cue or Solo button is pushed anywhere on the console, the
resulting signal automatically interrupts the regular monitor program source.
Exactly what form this interruption takes is programmable via PCB-mounted
dipswitches (see page 3-22 for available choices). Note Cue/Solo signals also
appear at the console's built-in stereo cue speakers (mounted left and right
in the VU meterbridge) via a built-in power amplifier.
STEREO
5
4
6
3
7
2
8
9
1
0
10
CUE
EQ
IN
Ø
HEADPHONE
POLARITY
0
3
3
6
6
H
11 I
G
14 H
11
14
-16
dB
0
3
+16
3
6
6
11
L
O
W
11
14
14
-16 dB +16
EQ
5
4
6
3
7
2
8
1
The built-in headphone circuit an on/off switch, level control, high and low
EQ (continuously variable, ±16dB, with EQ in/out switch) and a unique
polarity switch, which reverses the polarity of both the left and right channels,
to optimize audio clarity for the announcer's voice by putting the headphone
audio in phase with his own internal auditory path. Note that Headphone
normally listens to the same source as the control room but automatically
switches to Cue or Solo when so selected (this feature may be internally
defeated by dipswitch). External headphone jacks are also provided on the left
and right sides of the console mainframe (just below counter height, to keep
cords away from the work surface).
9
0
10
CONTROL ROOM
HEADPHONE
A conductive plastic level pot (with on/off switch) controls CR monitor
signals.
ON
5
4
6
3
7
2
8
1
9
0
10
CONTROL ROOM
ON
CR-6000
A-6000 / Nov 93
Page 4 - 14
MODULES
MODE
1
STEREO
2
MONO
LT
3
RT
EXTERNAL
4
SENDS
S1
S2
A
C
STUDIO CONTROL (SC-6000)
Each studio control module provides level control and talkback to two
studios, and has the same monitor source selection capabilities as the
CR-6000 module (including the mode selector).
D
TALKBACK
1
2
PGM
AUD
Talkback level is set by a control pot; talkback switches may be specially
programmed to attentuate the regular monitor signal (instead of totally
replacing it). This is accomplished to client specifications by factory-installed
resistors.
AUX
UTL
B
FROM CONSOLE TB BUSSES
MXM
MONO
STEREO
4
5
6
3
7
2
8
9
1
0
10
TALKBACK
TB
LEVEL
1
CR TO STU TB
2
3
H
L
L
H
L
R
L
H
L
R
EXT 2
H
L
L
FRONT PANEL
SWITCH
STU 2 MIC
CONTROL
PANEL
MODE
STU2-STU1
TB
SW
H
L
R
EXT 3
H
L
L
EXT 4
H
L
5
4
R
6
3
7
2
PGM
8
9
0
FROM CONSOLE MONITOR BUSSES
1
10
STUDIO 2
TB 2
5
4
6
AUX
UTL
MONO
S
E
L
E
C
T
F
E
T
S
W
R
M
O
D
E
S
E
L
E
C
T
H
L
L
R
H
R
L
L
H
L
L
R
H
R
L
L
H
L
L
R
H
L R
L
H
L
L
R
H
L R
STU
1
I
N
T
R
P
T
L
R
I
N
T
R
P
T
R
STU 1
PRE OUT
DIP SW
I
N
T
R
P
T
L
TB1
SW
L
R
I
N
T
R
P
T
L
R
L
R
L
E
V
E
L
L
L
E
V
E
L
L
R
R
M
U
T
E
M
U
T
E
STU 1 OUT
STU 2 OUT
STU
2
S1
S2
L
O
G
I
C
M1
M2
PGM
AUD
AUX
SEND
L
TB OUT
UTL
F
R
O
N
T
P
A
N
E
L
EXT1
EXT2
EXT3
DIP SW
STU1-STU2
TB
SW
STU 1 MIC
CONTROL
PANEL
TB2
SW
EXT4
EXT
TRIG
MXM A
S
W
MXM B
I FRONT
T PANEL
C MXM C
SWITCHES
H
E MXM D
S
STU 2
PRE OUT
STUDIO
MONITOR
MXM
7
2
8
1
9
0
10
STUDIO 1
DIP SW
FROM CONSOLE
MUTE BUSSES
3
AUD
STEREO
MONO
LEFT
RIGHT
L
H
L
EXT
TRIG
STU 2 TO STU 1 TB
S
O
U
R
C
E
1
DIP SW
STU 1 TO STU 2 TB
EXT 1
H
L
TB MUTE
FET SW
1
STU 1 MUTE
STU 3 MUTE
STU 2 MUTE
STU 4 MUTE
(TALLY 4)
TB 1
Studio Monitor Module Signal Flow Diagram
SC-6000
A-6000 / Nov 93
Page 4 - 15
MODULES
INTERCOM (ICM-6000)
The optional ICM-6000 module allows the console operator to communicate
with seven other locations; it is compatible with intercom modules available
for other Wheatstone console models as well as a special 19-inch rackmount
version. Each module is self-powered from its host console; a simple daisy
chain interface is all that is required for installation.
STATION CALL BUTTONS
MIC
NULL
BUSY
PRIVACY
When a call button is pushed, the announcer's microphone signal is routed
to that location; the operator at the receiving end will hear the caller on his
console's cue speaker(s) and can answer hands-free (assuming his own
microphone is not on the air at the time, of course; the circuit is on-air mute
protected). A switch tally lamp at the receiving end indicates which station is
calling.
PRIVACY SWITCH
When activated, this switch defeats incoming calls.
BUSY LED
Lights when the system is in use.
INTERCOM
1
MIC TRIM
Sets level for host announcer mic feed.
NULL ADJUST
Nulls out announcer mic signal from host console cue speakers.
2
CALL LINES
3
DIP SW
4
LISTEN
FET SW
TO CONSOLE CUE BUS
5
DIP SW
6
EXT
SPKR
PRIVACY
SW
TALK
FET SW
LINE IN
∑
FM
AM
MIC
NULL
NEWS
TRIM
STU 1 TO STU 2 TB
STU 2 TO STU 1 TB
CR TO STU TB
DIP SW
7
TO OTHER
STATIONS
LOGIC
CUE LOGIC ENABLE
H
L
INTERCOM
PROD
BOOTH
ENG
X
8
I/O PORT
STATION
H
2-WAY AUDIO L
Y
Intercom Module Signal Flow Diagram
ICM-6000
A-6000 / Nov
Aug 93
96
Page 4 - 16
MODULES
STEREO LINE PRESELECTOR MODULE (LS-6000)
This optional module electronically selects one of eight stereo line sources
and routes it to one stereo output, allowing expansion of source capability for
an input channel or a monitor module.
H
L
L
FRONT PANEL
SWITCHES
EXT1
H
L
R
H
L
L
1
2
EXT2
H
L
R
H
L
L
EXT3
H
L
R
H
L
L
EXT4
PRE SELECT
1
2
3
H
L
R
H
L
L
EXT5
H
L
R
H
L
L
EXT6
4
H
L
R
5
H
L
L
3
S
O
U
R
C
E
4
5
6
7
S
E
L
E
C
T
F
E
T
8
LOGIC
SOURCE
SELECT
LOGIC
L
H
L
L
OUT
S
W
R
H
R
L
EXT7
6
H
L
R
7
H
L
L
EXT8
8
H
L
R
SOURCE
PRESELECTOR
Signal Flow Diagram
LS-6000
A-6000 / Nov
Aug 93
96
Page 4 - 17
MODULES
REC
1
READY
2
EXTERNAL
FEEDS
SUPERPHONE MODULE (SPN-6000)
FEED TRIM
CALLER FEED
A
C
B
D
MXM
ON AIR
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
ASSIGN
The optional Superphone module allows complete phone segment operation
directly from one module panel. It handles two callers, automatic announcer
mic functions, selection of caller feeds, caller cue and level adjustments, and
multitrack recorder operations.
In addition to the front panel controls called out below, the SPN-6000
module may be internally programmed (via PCB-mounted dipswitches) for a
variety of optional signal-routing (mic signal assignment, console bus pickups) and control functions (cue, muting, timer, tally, logic follow & breakaway). See Chapter 3 (pages 3-34 & 3-35) "Superphone Module Dipswitch
Controlled Functions".
EXTERNAL FEEDS
These line level inputs (+4dBu) may be used to bring in two external mono
signal feeds.
RECORD READY
PROGRAM
CUE
1
CUE
CUE
2
CALLERS
See "ON" switch below.
MIX-MINUS CALLER FEED
These switches select which of the console's four mix-minus busses will be
used to feed the callers.
CALLERS INPUT
FEED TRIM
0
Sets the level for mix-minus and external caller feeds.
5
10
15
20
30
40
50
60
70
ASSIGN
Assigns the module signal to the console's four output busses. An On-Air
LED lights whenever the module's channel ON button is pressed and PGM
assign is activated.
CUE
PGM Cue picks up the module's pre ON/OFF signal and sends it to the
console's cue bus. Caller Cue buttons 1 & 2 (pre-fader) send caller input to the
same bus. NOTE: while both caller cue buttons may be activated at the same
time, caller cues and PGM cue are mutually exclusive.
00
CALLERS INPUT
Caller 1 and 2 fader level controls.
ON
CHANNEL ON
SPN-6000
A-6000 / Nov
Aug 93
96
The module's channel ON switch may be programmed (in conjunction with
the module's channel OFF switch directly underneath) to control a remote
reel-to-reel tape recorder (i.e., remote START/STOP functions). NOTE: the
RECORD READY switch at the top of the superphone module; when activated
("Ready" LED), pressing the module's START button will automatically start
the reel-to-reel recording.
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MODULES
START
STOP
REC READY
COMMON
CR MUTE
REC READY
START
CR MUTE W/PGM
STOP
STUDIO 1 MUTE
FRONT PANEL SWITCHES
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
CUE
ST 1 MUTE W/PGM
CUE1
TIMER RESTART
CUE LOGIC ENABLE
CUE2
ON-AIR TALLY
LOGIC
CONTROL BUSSES
DIPSWITCH
LOGIC
CUE DROPOUT
CUE 1
CUE 2
CUE LOGIC
CALL 1
FADER
H
HYBRID 1 IN L
FROM
CALLERS
CUE
MICS TO
ASSIGN
DIP SW TRIM
CALL 2
FADER
H
HYBRID 2 IN L
PGM
EXT 2
H
L
H
L
1
2
FET ON
LOGIC
1&2
ON FET
SW
MXM B
FEEDS TO
CALLERS
M
O
N
I
T
O
R
S
MXM C
MXM D
MXM A
MXM B
MXM C
MXM D
TRIM
FET
MXM
SELECT
SW
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
TO HYBRID 1
TO CALLERS
TRIM
∑
H
L
TO HYBRID 2
H
L
COMPOSITE
OUT
TRIM
LOCKOUT
LOGIC
INTERNAL
PRESET SW
PGM L
R
AUD L
R
AUX L
R
L
UTL
R
UTL
TRIM
H
L
FRONT PANEL
SWITCHES
MXM A
AUD OUTPUT
ASSIGN
AUX FET SW
ON
FET
SW
FRONT PANEL
SWITCHES
EXT 1
ASSIGN
FET SW
FEED
BACK
LOCK
OUT
FET SW
SUPERPHONE INPUT
TRIM
SUM OF
H CALLER FEEDS
L ("MIC SUM")
TO TRK 1
TO MULTITRACK
TRIM
H
L
SUM OF
CALLERS TO
TRKS 3 & 4
Superphone Module Signal Flow Diagram
A-6000 / Nov
Aug 93
96
Page 4 - 19
MODULES
TAPE REMOTE (TR-6000)
This optional panel offers full-function control of two remote reel-to-reel
tape machines. All control switches have lighted tally-back indicators.
MACHINE 1
>>
<<
PLAY
REC
STOP
MACHINE 1
MACHINE 2
>>
<<
PLAY
REC
STOP
MACHINE 2
TR-6000
A-6000 / Nov
Aug 93
96
Page 4 - 20
Schematic Drawings
SCHEMATIC DRAWINGS
CHAPTER CONTENTS
A-6000 Performance Specifications ............................................................... 5-2
Console Bus Chart .......................................................................................... 5-3
Mono Mic/Line Input
bus chart ..................................................................................................... 5-4
schematic (5 pages) ................................................................................... 5-5
Mono Mic/Line Input (IPS-6000A) schematic ............................................ 5-6
Mono Mic/Line Input (w/EQ) schematic ..................................................... 5-6a
Stereo Line Input
bus chart ..................................................................................................... 5-7
schematic (5 pages) ................................................................................... 5-8
Stereo Line Input (IPS-6000A) schematic ................................................... 5-9
Stereo Line Input (w/EQ) schematic ........................................................... 5-10
Output Master
bus chart ..................................................................................................... 5-12
schematic (2 pages) ................................................................................... 5-13
Meter Output
bus chart ..................................................................................................... 5-15
schematic (2 pages) ................................................................................... 5-16
Timer schematic ............................................................................................ 5-18
Control Room
bus chart ..................................................................................................... 5-19
schematic (5 pages) ................................................................................... 5-20
Switch Card schematic (CR, SC & SPN-6000 modules) ............................. 5-21
Source Select schematic (CR & SC-6000 modules) ..................................... 5-22
Studio Control
bus chart ..................................................................................................... 5-23
schematic (2 pages) ................................................................................... 5-24
Intercom
bus chart ..................................................................................................... 5-26
schematic ................................................................................................... 5-27
Line Selector schematic (2 pages) ................................................................. 5-28
Superphone
bus chart ..................................................................................................... 5-30
schematic (2 pages) ................................................................................... 5-31
Tape Remote schematic ................................................................................ 5-33
Clock schematic ............................................................................................. 5-34
Power Supply schematic ............................................................................... 5-35
PS Failsafe Interface schematic .................................................................... 5-36
A-6000 / May
Jul 02
94
Page 5 - 1
SCHEMATIC DRAWINGS
A-6000 PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
DYNAMIC RANGE
Line,unity gain
Mic,54dB gain
FREQUENCY RESPONSE
Line,20Hz-20kHz
Mic,20Hz-20kHz
BUS CROSSTALK
1kHz
20kHz
ASSIGN ISOLATION
1kHz
20kHz
OFF ISOLATION
1kHz
20kHz
THD+N(20Hz-20kHz)
Line,+4dBu
Line,+24dBu
Mic,+24dBu
IMD (SMPTE)
Line,+4dBu
Line,+24dBu
Mic,+24dBu
DIM
Line,+4dBu
Line,+24dBu
Mic,+24dBu
SLEW RATE
A-6000 / May 94
113 dB
98 dB
+0,-0.1 dB
+0,-0.1 dB
-115 dB
-95 dB
-115 dB
-95 dB
-120 dB
-110 dB
0.005 %
0.004 %
0.005 %
0.005 %
0.003 %
0.005 %
0.006 %
0.002 %
0.005 %
15 V/µS
MAXIMUM INPUT LEVEL
Line
+28 dBu
Mic.trimmed to min.
-8 dBu
MAXIMUM OUTPUT LEVEL (600 Ω Load)
Line
+28 dBu
Mic
+28 dBu
HEADROOM (ref +4dBu)
Line
24 dB
Mic
24 dB
GAIN TRIM RANGE
Line (0dBu- +20dBu)
20 dB
38 dB
Mic (-14dBu- +24dBu)
MAXIMUM GAIN
Line
28 dB
Mic
86 dB
S/N RATIO (ref +8dBu)
Line
-93 dB
Mic
-79 dB
NOISE
Mic EIN
CMRR (Line Input)
60Hz
1kHz
20kHz
CMRR (Mic Input)
60Hz
1kHz
20kHz
STEREO SEPARATION
1kHz
20kHz
-128
-80 dB
-80 dB
-70 dB
-65 dB
-65 dB
-65 dB
-75 dB
-55 dB
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2
+4dBu BAL
LINEALO
3
AGND
4
AGND AGND
7
LINEBHI
2
+4dBu BAL
LINEBLO
3
UDB/5
AGND
C141
0.001uF
V-
C142
0.001uF
4
1
AGND
2
LINE"B"
GAIN
3TRIM
-2dBu
1
6
B
EQIN
STEREOCHON
2
68pF
AGND
AGND
INSERTINHI
UDB/1
V+
SSM2143
U50
+
1
3
4
SH
SH
INSERT
1
3
4
6
6
AGND
V-
SW17
C66 330uF
2
PREFADER
5
4DIPSWITCH
POSITION
PINOUT
SLIDESW
INSERT
BYPASS
UDB/2
AGND
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1
2
3
44
5532
U34
+
7
6
4
ON
ON
ON
ON
1
3
V+
4
V-
+ +
SSM2142
U45 3 gnd
5
V-
7
8
DIRECTOUTHI
120/1
DB9/7
DIRECTOUTLO
120/2
DB9/3
+4dBu BAL
1
2
C120
C121
68pF
68pF
AGND
SSM2017
IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
AGND
(COMPONENT SIDE)
1 RG1
RG2 8
1 OUT- OUT+ 8
2 IN-
V+ 7
2 SNC- SNC+ 7
3 IN+
OUT 6
3 GND
V+ 6
4 V-
GND 5
4 IN
V- 5
NE5532
IC PINOUT
HI
LO
120/8
DB9/8
SH
120/3
DB9/1
HI
120/4
DB9/6
LO
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
DIRECT
OUT
1 OUT
V+ 8
2 IN-
OUT 7
3 IN+
IN- 6
4 V-
IN+ 5
4
5
6
7
120/7
DB9/2
SSM2143
IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
SPARE3
SH
1 REF
N/C 8
2 IN-
V+ 7
3 IN+
OUT 6
SW6
TALK
BACK
MAY
BE
ASSIGNED
TO
THE
SAME
BUS
ON
ONE
MODULE
ONLY
AGND
SSM2142
IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
AGND
UDB16
2
+4dBu BAL
V-
V+
V-
33pF
V+
C83
R162
33.2K
68pF
OUT IN
INSERTINLO
UDB/14
7
6
5
TBTOSTUDIO1_2 120/91
TBSTUDIO1TO2
TBSTUDIO2TO1
R188
+48V
8
120/92
120/93
+48Vin
CR
TO
ST1&2TB
TB
ST1
TO ST2
TB
ST2
TO ST1
C
120/81
C57
0.1uF
4 V- SENCE 5
AGND
-2dBu
PREFADER
4
6
9
F1
C89
100uF
C86
100uF
1N4002W
D1
1N4002W
C100
0.1uF
C99
0.1uF
C108
0.1uF
C59
0.1uF
C115
0.1uF
C63
0.1uF
C82
0.1uF
C123
0.1uF
C47
0.1uF
C114
0.1uF
C125
0.1uF
C3
0.1uF
C116
0.1uF
C62
0.1uF
C97
0.1uF
C5
0.1uF
C119
0.1uF
C61
0.1uF
C134
0.1uF
7
6
C112
0.1uF
ML-6000 Mono Mic/Line
Input
Module
Schematic
Page 5-5
- Sheet 1 of 5
1
2
4
R90
40.2K
C92
68pF
C45 100uF
R113
40.2K
3
AGND
AGND
2
AGND
V+
5532
U20
+
1
4
B
V-
POSTFADER
4
7
+ +
SSM2142
U46 3 gnd
V-
AGND
5
-2dBu
V-
+4dBu BAL
8
ASSIGNRTHI
1
2
C101
68pF
AGND
2
C102
68pF
3
V+
5532
U2
+
AGND
AGND
4
-2dBu
C6
10pF
ASSIGNRTLO
7
8
1
8
6
5
V-
AGND
V+
V+
V+
6
C7
10pF
-2dBu
R3
10K
R4
4.99K
AGND
GND
8
X_Y
X 3
INH U19 Y 5
S
74VHC4053 AGND
V+
R92
3.32K
V+
AGND
V+
5532
U1
+
C98
68pF
ON/OFF
10K
AGND
AGND
V+
5532
U2
+
7
4
POSTFADER
V-
C15 100uF
R14
AGND
NOTE: PHASE SYMBOLS DENOTE SIGNAL POLARITY
IN PHASE
OUT OF PHASE
40.2K
C8
22uF
C87
330uF
C49
0.1uF
5
V-
+4dBu BAL
ASSIGNLTHI
4
6
9
V-
5
V-
AGND
ASSIGNLTLO
7
8
-2dBu
C56
10pF
C4
10pF
V+
V-
V-
AGND
V-
POLYSW
.3A
C126
0.1uF
5
40.2K
2.43K
C88
100uF
6
R15
3
5
R176
C85
100uF
D2
8
C1 100uF
X_Y
X 13
INH U18 Y 12
S
74VHC4053
X_Y
X
INH U18 Y
S
74VHC4053
4
C103
0.1uF
C69
0.1uF
C81
0.1uF
C70
0.1uF
C118
0.1uF
C84
0.1uF
2.43K
AGND
X_Y
X 1
INH U18 Y 2
S
74VHC4053
R175
POLYSW
.3A
PAN IN
V+
F2
AGND
V+
+ +
SSM2142
U38 3 gnd
R20
14
6
11
40.2K
AGND
6
4
1
V-
V-
3
5532
U1
+
V-
1.00K
X_Y
X
INH U3 Y
S
74VHC4053
R129
3.32K
R1
4.99K
15
6
10
R99
-2dBu
1
2
2
Vdd
C90 100uF
15
6
10
C16 100uF
R2
C17
Z2
1uF
C5V1
C18
1uF
Z1
C5V1
Vee
1
-5dBu
4 5
CT2
10K
RT 6
X_Y
X 13
INH U3 Y 12
S
74VHC4053
-2dBu
V+
V+
5532
U22
+
-5dBu
PAN
AGND
-2dBu
V+
3.92K
1.00K
1 2
CT2
10K
LT 3
3.92K
V-
R76
4
R69
R98
14
6
11
8
R13
4.99K
7
X_Y
X 3
INH U3 Y 5
S
74VHC4053
C2
10pF
5.49K
-2dBu
R27
10pF
V+
-2dBu
5532
U22
+
4
4
6
9
V+
10.0K
C67 330uF
R91
A-6000/Dec 1999
X_Y
X
INH U37 Y
S 4053
C143
LO
HI
AGND
GND
8
13
12
A/B
INPUT
SELECT
GND
MONOCHON
V-in
6
5
14
6
11
C144
UDB3
HI
LO
2
AGND
LINE"A"
GAIN
3TRIM
1
2
UDB15
V+
V-
3
AGND
PANIN
120/84
8
D
-2dBu
100
AGND
V-
+4dBu BAL
-2dBu
R133
MIC/LINE
"B"
SELECT
X_Y
X
INH U37 Y
S 4053
5
INSERTOUTHI
INSERTOUTLO
AGND
1
2
V-
2
AGND
120/83
AGND
7
8
V+
5
100
MIC"B"
GAIN
TRIM
5.49K
9 6 -14dBu
CT7
10K
C72 22uF
7
LT
FADER
V+
8
R151
22.1K
PREFADER
120/86
V-
VV-
3
SLIDESW
R68
AGND
-2dBu
A
V-
V+
5
15
6
10
V+
C5V1
R169
10.0K
R170
10.0K
2
100uF
5.49K
5
C51
R127
6
8
V-
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
V+in
+ +
SSM2142
U42 3 gnd
7
AGND
V-
88.7K
R126
10.0K
VIEWED
FROM
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
SIDE)
120/85
4
1
4
V+
AGND AGND
9CONNECTOR
PIN JST
PINOUT
B
AGND
6
SSM2143
U41
+
1
R152
UDB/17
1
2
-2dBu
V+
5
10pF
UDB/4
C107
1
3
4
6
AGND
V-
C73
HI
LINE"B" LO
SH
V-
UDB/19
C139
0.001uF
V+
C140
0.001uF
6
SW9
1
R219
10
6
AGND
V+
5
SSM2143
U52
+
1
V+
UDB/6
V+
LINEAHI
UDB/18
V-
C
7
AGND
5532
U34
+
-2dBu
-10dBu
Z7
AGND
AGND
R220
10.0K
V+
C2 5
3 NO1 NO2 6
R134
Z9
UDB/8
HI
LINE"A" LO
SH
Z8
R221
10.0K
8
1 NC1 NC2 4
2 C1
100
SW6
3
1
R135
+48V2
Z10
C152 10uF
AGND AGND
UDB/20
2
2
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
V-
UDB/7
R230
4.99K
AGND
3
DPDT
SLIDE
PINOUTSWITCH
V-
C136
0.001uF
AGND
HI
SPARE2 LO
SH
R231
C135 4.99K
0.001uF
MIC/LINE
"A"
SELECT
CR3
1K
UDB/11
X_Y
X 3
INH U37 Y 5
S 4053
AGND
7
4
SSM2017
U49
+
8
2
5
3
C113
330pF
C151 10uF
CHOKE
4
6
9
SLIDESW
MIC"A"
GAIN
TRIM
3
CR4
50K
-50dBu
2
CR5
50K
MICBINLO
C124 10uF
L1
C5V1
UDB/23
1
AGND
C5V1
MICBINHI
R215
10
AGND
C5V1
UDB/10
R222
1.30K
MIC"B"
HI
LO
SH
V+ V+
AGND
AGND
5
1
3
4
6
C83,
R162
NOT
LOADED
ON
MLE-6000
MODULE
Z3
Z5
UDB/22
AGND
4
R171
4.99K
SW6
2
100uF
R172
4.99K
+48V1
Z4
R216
10.0K
C106
CR2
1K
AGND AGND
UDB/9
Z6
C150 10uF
R217
10.0K
6
SW8
1
V+ V+
UDB/21
R228
4.99K
C5V1
C137
0.001uF
AGND
HI
SPARE1 LO
SH
R229
C138 4.99K
0.001uF
C5V1
UDB/25
4
SSM2017
U48
+
8
2
5
3
C111
330pF
C149 10uF
V-
L2
-50dBu
UDB/12 MICAINLO CHOKE
C5V1
MICAINHI
UDB/24
5
-10dBu
7
C122 10uF
C5V1
D
HI
LO
SH
6
R218
1.30K
MIC"A"
7
V-
8
4
6CONNECTOR
PIN JST
PINOUT
VIEWED
FROM
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
SIDE)
MC14053BCP/
74VHC4053N
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1 Xb
ML-6000
CONTRACT NO.
VDD 16
2 Yb X_Yb 15
1
2
3
4
5
6
3 Xa X_Yc 14
4 X_Ya Xc 13
3
5 Ya
Yc 12
6 INH
A 11
7 VEE
B 10
8 VSS
C 9
APPROVALS
DRAWN
CHECKED
DATE
SA 12-11-99
ISSUED
W# 700240
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
DWG. NO.
13S0043D
D
SCALE
2
ML-6000SD PCB
SHEET
1
A
REV
1 OF 5
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
GND
120/38
X_Y
X 13
INH U36 Y 12
S 4053
15
6
10
X_Y
X 1
INH U36 Y 2
S 4053
4
6
9
X_Y
X 3
INH U36 Y 5
S 4053
GND
C74
PRE/POST
MONO
C55
1 2
CR1
1.0K
68pF
3
50pF
R132
AGND AGND
9.09K
8
SW7
2
3
AGND
V+
5532
U26
+
4
1
V-
AGND
C65
100uF
-14dBu
LEVEL 3 2
10K
CT10
C68 22uF
1
IFB
6
5
AGND
4
5
22uF
4
AGND
6CONNECTOR
PIN JST
PINOUT
VIEWED
FROM
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
SIDE)
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
A-6000/Dec 1999
PREFADER
V-
-2dBu
7
6
VIEWED
FROM
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
SIDE)
1
2
3
5
ML-6000 Mono Mic/Line
Input
Module
Schematic
Page 5-5a
- Sheet 2 of 5
NOTE: PHASE SYMBOLS DENOTE SIGNAL POLARITY
IN PHASE
OUT OF PHASE
CHECKED
10K
R211
R212
10K
10K
R214
10K
R187
100
10
C
BUSMINUSMONITOR
120/82
IFBOUT
120/6
IFBOUT
120/5
MXMAACN
120/65
MXMAACN
120/66
MXMBACN
120/69
MXMBACN
120/70
SW22
MXM
C
PRE/POST
MXM
C
ON/OFF
SW13
SW25
MXM
D
ON/OFF
MXMCACN
120/73
MXMCACN
120/74
MXMDACN
120/77
MXMDACN
120/78
B
AGND
ML-6000
DATE
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
DWG. NO.
13S0044D
D
SCALE
2
120/62
V-
SW24
W# 700240
R213
10pF
10K
R131
C60
V+
V-
10pF
1
SW12
SA 12-11-99
SEND2ACN
10K
C79
V+
V-
V+
MXM
B
ON/OFF
ISSUED
3
8
MXM
B
PRE/POST
APPROVALS
DRAWN
120/61
-2dBu
5532
U47
+
4
120/58
V-
SW23
CONTRACT NO.
4
4
1
SW11
MXM
D
PRE/POST
-2dBu
3CONNECTOR
PIN JST
PINOUT
V+
MXM
A
ON/OFF
7
POSTFADER
UTLON
SOLO
CUE
8
V+
5532
U26
+
8
MXM
A
PRE/POST
R184 R183
10K 10K
6
R159
AGND
R186 R185
10K 10K
C78
8
22uF
V-
PREFADER
C77
V+
-2dBu
2
3
V-
-2dBu
-2dBu
SEND2ACN
R210
7
SW10
PREFADER
SEND1ACN
10K
V+
-2dBu
POSTFADER
PREFADER
-2dBu
10K
R136
10pF
8
5532
U47
+
AGND
AGND
10K
R124
10pF
V-
C80
V+
22.1K
-2dBu
D
-2dBu
5532
U27
+
R177
SUM-MINUS
AGND
120/57
V-
10pF
SW5
AGND
4
7
C117
120/54
88.7K
C58
R130
120/53
POSTFADER
V+
R125
C2 5
3 NO1 NO2 6
88.7K
10.0K
2 C1
5532
U21
+
V+
IN+ 5
2
3
V-
10K
IN- 6
4 V-
4
7
R174
3 IN+
C 9
PREFADER
14
6
11
V+
R160
B 10
8 VSS
V-
7 VEE
5
AGND
SEND2
1 NC1 NC2 4
-2dBu
88.7K
OUT 7
V+
R178
V+ 8
2 IN-
8
5532
U27
+
10pF
1 OUT
A 11
C71 22uF
6
C109
X_Y
X
INH U31 Y
S 4053
3
5
CUE/SOLORTACN
Yc 12
6 INH
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
-14dBu
R173
X_Y
X
INH U31 Y
S 4053
1
2
5 Ya
RT 3 2
10K
CT6
1
V-
AGND
V+
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
4 X_Ya Xc 13
DPDT
SLIDE
PINOUTSWITCH
R161
NE5532
IC PINOUT
22.1K
VDD 16
5
V+
10.0K
1 Xb
R138
15
6
10
V-
R123
11.0K
10.0K
R142
10K
AGND
R120
R143
10K
AUXRTACN
CUE/SOLORTACN
AGND
6
8
10
X_Y
X 3
INH U28 Y 5
S 4053
120/37
X_Y
X 13
INH U31 Y 12
S 4053
4
1
SEND1ACN
-2dBu
R209
4
6
9
AUXRTACN
VIEWED FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
3 Xa X_Yc 14
14
6
11
SEND1
5532
U21
+
MC14053BCP/
74VHC4053N
IC PINOUT
2 Yb X_Yb 15
120/50
3
AGND
X_Y
X 1
INH U19 Y 2
S
74VHC4053 AGND
2
V+
V-
X_Y
X 1
INH U28 Y 2
S 4053
120/34
120/49
V-
8
R180 R179
10K 10K
15
6
10
AUXLTACN
CUE/SOLOLTACN
120/46
LT 6 5 -14dBu
10K
CT6
4
C50 22uF
-2dBu
R182 R181
10K 10K
X_Y
X 13
INH U28 Y 12
S 4053
120/33
UTLRTACN
CUE/SOLOLTACN
4
6
9
SENDPOST
GND
X_Y
X 3
INH U30 Y 5
S 4053
4
6
9
120/45
7
V-
14
6
11
AUXLTACN
UTLRTACN
15
6
10
4
AGND
100uF C46
10.0K
X_Y
X
INH U35 Y
S 4053
3
5
AUD RT
POSTFADER
5
V+
5532
U20
+
R137
X_Y
X
INH U35 Y
S 4053
1
2
120/27
120/29
120/28
120/30
X_Y
X
INH U30 Y
S 4053
-2dBu
6
10pF
15
6
10
AUDMUSICRTACN
AUDSPEECHRTACN
AUDMUSICRTACN
AUDSPEECHRTACN
1
2
120/42
X_Y
X 13
INH U19 Y 12
S
74VHC4053
C64
SW21
15
6
10
14
6
11
V+
X_Y
X 13
INH U35 Y 12
S 4053
UTLLTACN
X_Y
X 3
INH U29 Y 5
S 4053
X_Y
X 13
INH U30 Y 12
S 4053
-2dBu
PREFADER
SENDPRE
X_Y
X 1
INH U29 Y 2
S 4053
14
6
11
120/41
-2dBu
V-
14
6
11
UTLLTACN
8
9.09K
AUD LT
120/21
120/23
120/22
120/24
R150
10K
R153
10K
R155
10K
R140
10K
AUDMUSICLTACN
AUDSPEECHLTACN
AUDMUSICLTACN
AUDSPEECHLTACN
X_Y
X 3
INH U40 Y 5
S 4053
4
6
9
R139
10K
X_Y
X
INH U40 Y
S 4053
SW20
X_Y
X 13
INH U29 Y 12
S 4053
R128
1
2
120/15
120/17
120/16
120/18
R146
10K
15
6
10
4
6
9
R157
10K
R166
10K
R168
10K
X_Y
X 13
INH U40 Y 12
S 4053
15
6
10
R144
10K
PGMMUSICRTACN
PGMSPEECHRTACN
PGMMUSICRTACN
PGMSPEECHRTACN
14
6
11
R145
10K
X_Y
X 3
INH U39 Y 5
S 4053
14
6
11
4
6
9
R141
10K
B
PGMON
AUDON
AUXON
SW19
PGM RT
R154
10K
C
PGM LT
120/9
120/11
120/10
120/12
R147
10K
R165
10K
4
6
9
R167
10K
ASSIGNRTLO
330uF C75
X_Y
X 1
INH U39 Y 2
S 4053
PGMMUSICLTACN
PGMSPEECHLTACN
PGMMUSICLTACN
PGMSPEECHLTACN
R149
10K
15
6
10
-2dBu
SW18
R156
10K
ASSIGNRTHI
330uF C93
X_Y
X 13
INH U39 Y 12
S 4053
R148
10K
14
6
11
-2dBu
R158
10K
ASSIGNLTLO 330uF C76
R164
10K
D
R163
10K
-2dBu
22.1K
R121
10pF
ASSIGNLTHI 330uF C94
C48
-2dBu
ML-6000SD PCB
SHEET
1
A
REV
2 OF 5
4
3
11
U4
1
2
3
4
5
6
11
12
10
74HC14
GND
8
U6
5
6
PRE
74HC30
U15
74HC32
11
2
GND
CUEFDRSW
I2c 9
7 VSS
I1c 8
3
A
B
R47
220
5
R49
220
6
7
R51
220
8
9
R53
220
10
11
R55
220
12
13
R57
220
14
15
3
R54
220
R80
88.7K
R81
88.7K
6
MMBTA05
GND
CT9
VCC
GND
R78
10
R82
10
R107
Q15
R114
R44
220
GND
AARMDIPSW
1
U15 3
74HC32
11
12
8
9
U16
74HC02
13
U16
10
SENDPOST
2
3
SENDPRE
74HC02
5
6
Q13
6
MMBTA05
"OFF"SW GND
GND
U8
4
U8
6
U8
U8
U17
74HC02
SOLODROP 1
CUEDROP 2
10
C32
.1uF
GND
13
C38
1uF
U17
74HC02
R59
4.99K
1
2
1
13
1
2
3
4
5
6
11
12
4
U8
R58
4.99K
GND
GND
5
6
A-6000/Dec 1999
12
13
CUE
SOLO
AUD
PGM
9
10
12
13
12
9
10
3
ONENABLESSEND 4
R60
4.99K
R61
10K
GND
GND
GND
U11 3
74LS37
U12
74HC02
11
12
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1 Ia
U9
74HC30
8
U10
74HC32
If 13
3 Ib
Of 12
4 Ob
Ie 11
5 Ic
Oe 10
6 O2c
Id 9
7 VSS
Od 8
6
11
12
74HC14
8
9
10.0K
7
6
5
ML-6000 Mono Mic/Line
Input
Module
Schematic
Page 5-5c
- Sheet 3 of 5
3 Oa
I1d 12
4 I1b
Od 11
5 I2b
I2c 10
6 Ob
I1c 9
7 VSS
Oc 8
11
REMOTEON 11
9
3
8
U14
4
5
U12
74HC02
U13
74HC32
6
11
12
CUE
TBTOCR 6
SOLO
4
8
C129
0.1uF
ON
TALLY
"B"
XOFFTALLYB
LDB/8
MIC
"B"
OFF
CONTROLS
TALLY
"B"
XTBTOCRB
LDB/20
TB
CR TO
"B"
3
R226
4.99K
C146
0.1uF
XCOUGHB
N/C
1
U24 2
74HC00
6
R238
4.99K
1
U23 2
74HC32
C131
0.1uF
10
U25
74HC02
10
U25
74HC02
13
4
8
9
U24 10
74HC00
11
3
U13
74HC32
XONA
LDB/16
LDB/5
LDB/4
LDB/17
LDB/3
XONTALLYA
LDB/15
ON
TALLY
"A"
XOFFTALLYA
LDB/2
MIC
"A"
OFF
CONTROLS
TALLY
"A"
XTBTOCRA
LDB/14
TB
CR TO
"A"
XCOUGHA
LDB/1
MMBTA05
Q9
9
ON "A"
+5V
DIG.COM.
DIG.COM.
OFF "A"
MMBTA05
GND
GND
U23 10
74HC32
COUGH
"B"
STUDIO
TO
STUDIO
"B" TB
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
XOFFA
Q12
R87
10.0K
U24 5
74HC00
C
C132
0.1uF
R110
10.0K
74HC30
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
COUGHTBTOCR
1
2
R227
4.99K
LDB/7
LDB/24
LDB/25
LDB/6
LDB/19
LDB/12
LDB/13
VCC
GND
4
U23 5
74HC32
REMOTE
GND
GND
C147
0.1uF
REMOTE
VCC
R243
4.99K
VCC
GND
12
U23 13
74HC32
B
R245
4.99K
C148
0.1uF
N/C
LDB/18
COUGH
"A"
STUDIO
TO
STUDIO
"A" TB
GND
ONSWTR
4
LDB/21
VCC
GND
12
CUELOGIC
13
CUELED
SOLO
COUGHTBOFF
U17
74HC02
R225
4.99K
GND
GND
U32 13
74HC32
COUGHTBOFF
10
U11 5
74LS37
U17
74HC02
XONTALLYB
VCC
GND
8
9
8
9
U14
12
D
ON "B"
+5V
DIG.COM.
DIG.COM.
OFF "B"
LDB/9
GND
U24 13
74HC00
LDB/22
XOFFB
MMBTA05
Q14
U32 10
74HC32
PGMONAIR
GND
R111
I2d 13
GND
GND
CHON
U11 8
74LS37
74HC00
VCC 14
2 Oa
ARM
UTL
AUX
AUDON
U11 11
74LS37
R79
9
10
VCC 14
REMOTEOFF 3
74HC00
74HC14
IC PINOUT
1 I1a
2 I2a
5
MMBTA05
R117
10.0K
8
6
LDB/11
LDB/10
LDB/23
VCC
8
VCC
4.99K
1
2
R224
4.99K
7
Q16
11
U14
74HC00
VCC
SW1
GND
8
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
4
XONB
8
C127
0.1uF
R122
10.0K
U25
74HC02
ON
ON
ON
ON
VCC
GND
4
U32 5
74HC32
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
OFF
I1
F0
I2
F1
I3
F2
I4
F3
I5
F4
I6
F5
I7
F6
I8
F7
I9
I10
I12
I13 SLX2A
PROGRAM
P20V8
8
U10
74HC32
1
U25
74HC02
74HC00/
74LS37
IC PINOUT
PGMON
11
1.00K
5
R88
4
2
74HC14
2
3
C29
.1uF
GND
GND
10
3
11
GND
GND 2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
14
23
74HC14
C44
1uF
R100
1.00K
OFFSW
2
R89
A
9
GND
U8
C145
0.1uF
GND
4
U16
74HC02
U7
I0/CLK
I11/OE
74HC14
C43
1uF
GND
GND
5
GND
1
13
74HC14
C42
1uF
GND
R83
1.00K
10.0K
3
GND
GND
R77
1.00K
10
R115
5
"ON"SW
GND
12
74HC14
C41
1uF
R105
1.00K
ONSW
2
1
GND
R106
1.00K
1
4
GND
U4
74HC14
C40
1uF
R104
1.00K
VCC
3
GND
R103
1.00K
C31 1uF
"EFS" SW
CT8
GND
C30 1uF
EFSONSW
EFSOFFSW
2
C39
1uF
R102
1.00K
R56
220
1
13
R101
1.00K
1.00K
B
CT5
VCC
R46
220
3
4
R48
220
R45
220
2
PGMONAIR
PGMSW
PGM
AUDSW
AUD
AUXSW
AUX
UTLSW
UTL
ARMSW
ARM
SOLOSW
SOLO
CUESW
CUELED
R50
220
1
R52
220
CT3
R43
220
C
1
U32 2
74HC32
BARMDIPSW
"CUE" SW
12
13
R223
4.99K
R232
220
6 I2b
6
PRE
SENDON 1
Oc 10
R233
220
U15
74HC32
8
5 I1b
VCC
R234
10
12
13
4.99K
74HC14
C37
1uF
GND
GND
8
9
10
I1d 11
R235
10
GND
4.99K
VCC
GND
16V8
R42
10K
4 Ob
1
2
33
44
1
2
R236
220
3
9
U4
J3
PAN OFF
(NORMALLY
NOT INSTALED)
I2d 12
R237
220
R40
220
1
2
GND
R97
1.00K
CT4
R16
C36
1uF
R96
1.00K
VCC
74HC14
R5
Od 13
3 I2a
R239
220
R41
220
15
GND
6
PAN IN (NORMALLY INSTALED)
2 I1a
R242
220
13
14
GND
TP1
U4
PANIN
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
VCC 14
R240
10
R39
220
12
5
C35
1uF
R95
1.00K
LEDP11
PRESW
PRE
SENDONSW
SENDON
74HC14
J2
1 Oa
R241
10
11
GND
4
12
13 SENDON
14
PRE
15
16
17
18 A
19 B
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
EQIN
J1
R244
220
10
GND
GND 2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
EQ IN (NORMALLY NOT INSTALED)
2.43K
9
U4
U5
I0/CLK
I9/OE F0
F1
I1
F2
I2
F3
I3
F4
I4
F5
I5
F6
I6
F7
I7
I8
R116
8
3
C34
1uF
R94
1.00K
1
11
4DIPSWITCH
POSITION
PINOUT
2.43K
7
GND
2
74HC14
1
74HC02
IC PINOUT
R109
R37 R36 R35 R34 R33
220 220 220 220 220
6
GND
U4
2.43K
5
R30
220
R31
220
4
1
C33
1uF
R93
1.00K
R32
220
3
D
ASW
B
BSW
A
PANEQSW
PANEQ
LEDP8
LEDP9
R29
220
2
R38
220
1
R28
220
VCC
CT1
2
R246
220
5
R86
6
2.43K
7
R72
8
COUGH
1 I1
VCC 14
2 I2
N/C 13
3 I3
I8 12
4 I4
I7 11
5 I5
N/C 10
6 I6
N/C 9
7 VSS OUT 8
3
ML-6000
CONTRACT NO.
APPROVALS
DRAWN
CHECKED
DATE
SA 12-11-99
ISSUED
W# 700240
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
DWG. NO.
13S0046D
D
SCALE
2
ML-6000SD PCB
SHEET
1
A
REV
3 OF 5
4
3
VCC
C104
0.1uF
C14
0.1uF
GND
GND
VCC
VCC
GND
VCC
C19
0.1uF
GND
VCC
C12
0.1uF
VCC
GND
VCC
C27
0.1uF
GND
GND
VCC
C26
0.1uF
C10
0.1uF
GND
R191
10K
GND
R193
10K
GND
R201
10K
GND
R203
10K
R192
10K
GND
GND
+DIGin
F3
120/88
.3A
POLYSWITCH
GND
120/89
1
D3
C110
0.1uF
C96
22uF
GND
VCC
U43
VIN OUT
GND
2 LM2940
C20
0.1uF
120/90
C95
100uF
SW14
OFF
2
3
U51
74HC02
U51
74HC02
1
APGMONAIR
PGMONAIR
8
9
U51
74HC02
SW15
U51
74HC02
4
10
R6
3.32K
R119
3.32K
R23
3.32K
10
R195
10K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
TALLY1"A"
TALLY2"A"
TALLY3"A"
ONAIRTALLY"A"
STUDIO4MUTE"A"
STUDIO3MUTE"A"
STUDIO2MUTE"A"
GND
13
BON
BPGMONAIR
SW16
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
R67
3.32K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
R197
10K
VCC
TALLY1"B"
TALLY2"B"
TALLY3"B"
GND
VCC
ONAIRTALLY"B"
STUDIO4MUTE"B"
STUDIO3MUTE"B"
STUDIO2MUTE"B"
STUDIO1MUTE"B"
CRMUTE"B"
TIMERRESTART"B"
10K
10K
A-6000/Dec 1999
6
5
ML-6000 Mono Mic/Line
Input
Module
Schematic
Page 5-5d
- Sheet 4 of 5
120/116
COUGHTBTOCR
VCC
R66
100
LM2940
IC PINOUT
Q6
MMBTA55
U12
1
12
13
5
6
U12
4
U13
74HC32
11
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
120/118
TIMERRESTART
R11
4.99K
4
1 NC1 NC2 4
10
B
MONOCHON
( )
MXM
MONO
SEND
ENABLE CHAN
ON
74HC02
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
CHECKED
GND
74HC00/
74LS37
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1 Oa
VCC 14
1 I1a
VCC 14
2 I1a
Od 13
2 I2a
I2d 13
3 I2a
I2d 12
3 Oa
I1d 12
4 Ob
I1d 11
4 I1b
Od 11
5 I1b
Oc 10
5 I2b
I2c 10
6 I2b
I2c 9
6 Ob
I1c 9
7 VSS
I1c 8
7 VSS
Oc 8
W# 700240
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1
2
33
44
55
66
77
1
2
ON 14
ON 13
ON 12
ON 11
ON 10
ON 9
ON 8
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
DWG. NO.
13S0047D
D
SCALE
2
7DIPSWITCH
POSITION
PINOUT
ML-6000
DATE
SA 12-11-99
ISSUED
3
C2 5
UTLON
SW4
APPROVALS
DRAWN
R19
2 C1
U10 6
74HC32
CONTRACT NO.
120/120
Q3
MMBTA05
GND
7
4
5
1 2 3
74HC02
8
COUGHTBOFF
CRMUTE
74HC02
6
U14
"UTL"
ENABLES
STEREO
CHAN ON
VCC
R198
DPDT
SLIDE
PINOUTSWITCH
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
3 NO1 NO2 6
R74
100
74HC02
2
3
A
B
R26
3.32K
SW3
UTL
GND
R208
TIMERRESTARTB
TIMERRESTARTA
U33
4
AUXON
U10 3
74HC32
4
5
120/114
VCC
ST1MUTE
10K
R207
10K
COUGHTBTOCR
Q10
MMBTA55
GND
5
6
1
2
74HC00
R10
100
74HC02
R206
CRMUTEB
CRMUTEA
STUDIO1MUTE"A"
CRMUTE"A"
TIMERRESTART"A"
C
120/112
COUGHTBOFF
STEREOCHON
"AUX"
ENABLES
STEREO
CHAN ON
R24
100
VCC
1
SW2
AUX
ST2MUTE
1
120/110
Q2
MMBTA55
VCC
U33
COUGHTBTOCR
VCC
74HC02
2
3
R196
10K
R9
3.32K
GND
ST1MUTEB
ST1MUTEA
R62
100
ST3MUTE
VCC
R205
10K
COUGHTBOFF
U16
74HC02
Q5
MMBTA55
GND
U33
2
3
120/108
VCC
74HC02
AON
ONSWTR
5
6
U33
11
12
GND
13
R204
10K
STUDIO2MUTEA
STUDIO2MUTEB
GND
11
12
VCC
120/102
4148
MMBTA55
COUGHTBOFF
ONAIRTALLY
GND
CUELOGIC
D4
Q8
120/106
Q4
MMBTA55
3
1N4002W
B
13
100
R73
100
74HC02
R202
10K
8
9
R194
10K
U44
R22
3.32K
120/100
TP2
R70
3.32K
SOLOLOGIC
VCC
TALLY3/ST4MUTE
VCC
11
12
CUELOGIC
Q7
MMBTA55
GND
STUDIO3MUTEA
STUDIO3MUTEB
120/87
R65
3.32K
VCC
R71
D
4148
MMBTA55
R118
100
Q17
MMBTA55
VCC
D5
Q11
VCC
TALLY2
8
10
U15 6 TALLY3/ST4MUTEB 9 U44
74HC02
74HC32
C21
0.1uF
GND
4
100
3.32K
120/104
VCC
74HC02
R200
10K
ONAIRTALLYA
ONAIRTALLYB
VCC
C23
0.1uF
GND
TALLY3B 4
STUDIO4MUTEB 5
GND
VCC
R112
3.32K
GND
C54
0.1uF
GND
U44
GND
TALLY3A 9
8 TALLY3/ST4MUTEA
STUDIO4MUTEA 10 U13
74HC32
VCC
C105
0.1uF
C11
0.1uF
R190
10K
GND
VCC
VCC
5
6
C25
0.1uF
GND
GND
TALLY2A
TALLY2B
VCC
C28
0.1uF
GND
GND
GND
VCC
C133
0.1uF
C52
0.1uF
C22
0.1uF
GND
VCC
GND
VCC
C24
0.1uF
C
VCC
GND
TALLY1
TP3
R108
R84
SOLO
1
VCC
VCC
R17
100
74HC02
R199
10K
R64
3.32K
VCC
GND
R189
10K
C128
0.1uF
R21
3.32K
VCC
GND
C53
0.1uF
U44
R18
3.32K
GND
C91
0.1uF
C13
0.1uF
VCC
R8
3.32K
GND
VCC
R75
3.32K
C9
0.1uF
VCC
VCC
Q1
MMBTA55
R25
3.32K
C130
0.1uF
VCC
R7
3.32K
4.99K
VCC
1
R12
D
VCC
2
3
TALLY1A
TALLY1B
2
3.32K
5
R85
6
3.32K
7
R63
8
ML-6000SD PCB
SHEET
1
A
REV
4 OF 5
4
D
DB-9
5
7
1
4
2
C
B
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
3
120/1
120/3
120/5
120/7
120/9
120/11
120/13
120/15
120/17
120/19
120/21
120/23
120/25
120/27
120/29
120/31
120/33
120/35
120/37
120/39
120/41
120/43
120/45
120/47
120/49
120/51
120/53
120/55
120/57
120/59
120/61
120/63
120/65
120/67
120/69
120/71
120/73
120/75
120/77
120/79
120/81
120/83
120/85
120/87
120/89
120/91
120/93
120/95
120/97
120/99
120/101
120/103
120/105
120/107
120/109
120/111
120/113
120/115
120/117
120/119
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
51
53
55
57
59
61
63
65
67
69
71
73
75
77
79
81
83
85
87
89
91
93
95
97
99
101
103
105
107
109
111
113
115
117
119
CT11
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
102
104
106
108
110
112
114
116
118
120
1
CONNECTORS BUSS CHART
120 PIN EDGE CONNECTOR
DIRECTOUTHI
SPARE3HI
IFBOUT
AGND
PGMMUSICLTACN
PGMSPEECHLTACN
AGND
PGMMUSICRTACN
PGMSPEECHRTACN
AGND
AUDMUSICLTACN
AUDSPEECHLTACN
AGND
AUDMUSICRTACN
AUDSPEECHRTACN
AGND
AUXLTACN
AGND
AUXRTACN
AGND
UTLLTACN
AGND
UTLRTACN
AGND
CUE/SOLOLTACN
AGND
CUE/SOLORTACN
AGND
SEND1ACN
AGND
SEND2ACN
AGND
MXMAACN
AGND
MXMBACN
AGND
MXMCACN
AGND
MXMDACN
AGND
+48Vin
V-in
V+in
GND
+DIGin
TBTOSTUDIO1_2
TBSTUDIO2TO1
MXMBMONITOR
MXMDMONITOR
MONO2MONITOR
PGMLTMONITOR
PGMRTMONITOR
AUDLTMONITOR
AUDRTMONITOR
AUXLTMONITOR
AUXRTMONITOR
UTLLTMONITOR
UTLRTMONITOR
SEND1MONITOR
SEND2MONITOR
2
DIRECTOUTLO
SPARE3LO
IFBOUT
AGND
PGMMUSICLTACN
PGMSPEECHLTACN
AGND
PGMMUSICRTACN
PGMSPEECHRTACN
AGND
AUDMUSICLTACN
AUDSPEECHLTACN
AGND
AUDMUSICRTACN
AUDSPEECHRTACN
AGND
AUXLTACN
AGND
AUXRTACN
AGND
UTLLTACN
AGND
UTLRTACN
AGND
CUE/SOLOLTACN
AGND
CUE/SOLORTACN
AGND
SEND1ACN
AGND
SEND2ACN
AGND
MXMAACN
AGND
MXMBACN
AGND
MXMCACN
AGND
MXMDACN
AGND
BUSMINUSMONITOR
V-in
V+in
GND
+DIGin
TBSTUDIO1TO2
MXMAMONITOR
MXMCMONITOR
MONO1MONITOR
SOLOLOGIC
CUELOGIC
TALLY1
TALLY2
TALLY3/ST4MUTE
ONAIRTALLY
ST3MUTE
ST2MUTE
ST1MUTE
CRMUTE
TIMERRESTART
120/2
120/4
120/6
120/8
120/10
120/12
120/14
120/16
120/18
120/20
120/22
120/24
120/26
120/28
120/30
120/32
120/34
120/36
120/38
120/40
120/42
120/44
120/46
120/48
120/50
120/52
120/54
120/56
120/58
120/60
120/62
120/64
120/66
120/68
120/70
120/72
120/74
120/76
120/78
120/80
120/82
120/84
120/86
120/88
120/90
120/92
120/94
120/96
120/98
120/100
120/102
120/104
120/106
120/108
120/110
120/112
120/114
120/116
120/118
120/120
D
DB-9
3
6
9
8
UPPER DB-25 CONNECTOR
CT12
UDB25
UDB24
UDB23
UDB22
UDB21
UDB20
UDB19
UDB18
UDB17
UDB16
UDB15
UDB14
AGND
MICAINHI
MICBINLO
AGND
SPARE1HI
SPARE2LO
AGND
LINEAHI
LINEBLO
AGND
INSERTOUTHI
INSERTINLO
25
24
23
22
13
12
11
10
9
21
8
20
7
19
6
18
5
17
4
16
3
15
2
14
1
UDB13
MICAINLO
AGND
MICBINHI
SPARE1LO
AGND
SPARE2HI
LINEALO
AGND
LINEBHI
INSERTOUTLO
AGND
INSERTINHI
UDB13
UDB12
UDB11
UDB10
UDB9
UDB8
UDB7
UDB6
UDB5
C
UDB4
UDB3
UDB2
UDB1
LOWER DB-25 CONNECTOR
CT13
LDB25
LDB24
LDB23
LDB22
LDB21
LDB20
LDB19
LDB18
LDB17
LDB16
LDB15
LDB14
LDB25
STTOSTTBB
GND
XONB
XONTALLYB
XTBTOCRB
LDB19
STTOSTTBA
GND
XONA
XONTALLYA
XTBTOCRA
A
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
LDB13
LDB12
Vcc
GND
XOFFB
XOFFTALLYB
XCOUGHB
LDB6
Vcc
GND
XOFFA
XOFFTALLYA
XCOUGHA
CONTRACT NO.
LDB13
LDB12
LDB11
B
LDB10
LDB9
LDB8
LDB7
LDB6
LDB5
LDB4
LDB3
LDB2
LDB1
ML-6000
APPROVALS DATE
DRAWN
600
Drive
SA 12-11-99
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
CHECKED
SIZE FSCM NO. DWG. NO.
ISSUED
C
ML-6000SD PCB SHEET
SCALE
W# 700240
A
13S0045D
AGND
4
3
ML-6000Schematic
Mono Mic/Line
Input
Module
Sheet
5
of
5
A-6000/Dec 1999
2
Page 5-5b
1
REV
5 OF 5
_
3
A
D
SWSPMRED
2
4
3
DS1
B
SWSPMYLW
VCC
PRE
ON
4
3
PGMSW
SW6
AUDLED
1
2
AUDSW
4
3
VCC
2
PGM
B
AUXLED
4
3
AUXSW
7
LTLED
8
9
10
RTLED
11
12
13
ONAIRLED
14
ON AIR LED
15
CT2
1
UTLLED
1
2
4
3
AUX
2
3
4
SW8
VCC
2
6
SWSPMGRN
VCC
VCC
SW9
5
AUD
SWSPMRED
1
4
RIGHT LED
DS5
SWSPMGRN
VCC
VCC
PGMLED
1
3
VCC
VCC
4
SWSPMRED
SW7
AGND
ONLED
VCC
3
ONSW
VCC
4
2
MONOLED
UTLSW
5
6
VCC
PRELED
1
3
LEFT LED
DS4
SW4
PRESW
VCC
VCC
C
2
1
2
MONO LED
DS3
SW5
1
CT1
STLED
STEREO LED
DS2
BSW
VCC
1
AGND
3
VCC
VCC
BLED
4
MODESW
MODE
SWSPMGRN
SW3
AGND
MODELED
2
1
7
UTL
SWSPMYLW
SWSPMYLW
10
1
2
ARMSW
4
3
VCC
VCC
ARMLED
9
11
SW10
AGND1
8
12
13
14
ARM
15
SWSPMYLW
SOLOLED
4
3
SOLOSW
SW11
VCC
2
CUELED
SOLO
1
2
CUESW
4
3
VCC
A
1
VCC
VCC
SW12
AGND1
CONTRACT NO.
CUE
SWSPMRED
SWSPMRED
VCC
3
VCC
4
1
VCC
ALED
SW1
ASW
VCC
D
2
VCC
AGND
VCC
SW2
1
2
VCC
4
ASW
ALED
BSW
BLED
MODESW
MODELED
STLED
MONOLED
LTLED
RTLED
PRESW
PRELED
ONSW
ONLED
C
ONAIRLED
PGMSW
PGMLED
AUDSW
AUDLED
AUXSW
AUXLED
UTLSW
UTLLED
ARMSW
ARMLED
SOLOSW
SOLOLED
CUESW
CUELED
B
IPS-6000
APPROVALS DATE
DRAWN
600
Drive
SA 12-11-99
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
CHECKED
SIZE FSCM NO. DWG. NO.
ISSUED
C
IPS-6000B PCB SHEET
W# 700049
SCALE
A
13S0059
4
A-6000/Dec 1999
3
Mono
Input Module
Switch
Schematic
- Sheet
1 of 1Card
2
Page 5-5b
1
REV
1 of 1
_
4
4
CR2
10K
MID
FREQ
R4
562
1 2
3
5
AGND
V-
V+
4
R44 4
5.49K
R3
562
CR3
10K
HIGH
FREQ
R11
9.09K
AGND
V+
TL072
U8
+
4
4 5
6
C23
1000pF
R12
9.09K
HIGH
FREQ
AGND
D
V+
TL072
U8
+
3
VCR3
10K
R5
562
2
7
V+
C24
1000pF
5
R21
100
V-
HIGH
BOOST
/CUT 12 1110
AGND
6
1
V-
V-
TL072
U3
+
AGND
4
AGND
1
V-
1 2
3
R6
562
AGND
R24
10.0K
R20
10.0K
7
V+
R42
10.0K
R22
1.30K
V-
8
V+
TL072
U2
+
R43
10.0K
3
10K
CR2
AGND
4
2
1
8
V+
R28
10.0K
4 5
6
AGND
R40
10.0K
C20
2200pF
R9
9.09K
V-
TL072
U7
+
V-
4
3
V+
C21
2200pF
V+
V-
V-
AGND
2
7
C2
10pF
R19
10.0K
8
6
V-
AGND
MID
FREQ
R10
9.09K
TL072
U7
+
8
V+
C11
10pF
AGND
R16
10.0K
V-
5
CR2
10K
MID
BOOST
/CUT 12 1110
V+
TL072
U1
+
V+
R37
10.0K
R2
475
5
R17
100
V-
AGND
C1
10pF
C
8
6
V+
R15
10.0K
C10 22uF
R38
10.0K
1 2
3
R39 4
5.49K
6
1
8
6
7
5
AGND
V-
8
V+
6
TL072
U3
+
4
7
V+
5532
U5
+
5
AGND
V-
V+
AGND
R18
1.30K
V-
TL072
U2
+
V+
V-
LOW
FREQ
R1
475
4
3
8
V+
R29
10.0K
CR1
10K
AGND
2
1
8
V+
10K
CR3
4 5
6
R35
10.0K
C17
.022uF
R8
9.09K
V-
TL072
U6
+
V-
4
3
V+
C18
.022uF
LOW
FREQ
AGND
V-
V-
R33
10.0K
LOW
BOOST
/CUT 12 1110
V-
CR1
10K
R7
9.09K
2
7
10K
CR1
4
AGND
1
R13
100
TL072
U6
+
8
1
C3
10pF
3
AGND
5532
U5
+
V-
5
V+
V+
2
2
R34 4
5.49K
6
1
8
V+
V-
CT1
R14
1.30K
V+
TL072
U1
+
2
R23
10.0K
2
V+
8
V-
IN
U36
3
8
V+
V+
R30
10.0K
2
C16
33pF
R49
26.7K
R32
10.0K
8
V+
D
3
V-
5
R41
10.0K
6
R36
10.0K
7
R31
10.0K
8
4
C
7
V-
-2dBu
A GND
A GND
2
2
CT1
3
CT1
5
EQ IN
EQ IN
R45
10.0K
100uF C7
6
7
CT1
6
CT1
7
R26
40.2K
AGND
R25
40.2K
AGND
AGND
X_Y
X 1
INH
Y 2
U9
S 4053
4
6
9
X_Y
X 3
INH
Y 5
U9
S 4053
8
2
3
AGND
AGND
4
C8
10pF
V+
5532
U4
+
1
8
6
5
V-
AGND
V+
15
6
10
C25 100uF
V+
5532
U4
+
V-
X_Y
X 13
INH
Y 12
U9 GND 8
S 4053
R48
10.0K
14
6
11
V+
100uF C9
V-
B
R46
10.0K
C12
10pF
R27
10.0K
R47
10.0K
AGND
4
U36
7
1
CT1
1
B
OUT
V-
74VHC4053
IC PINOUT
DUAL
POT PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
R52
40.2K
1 Xb
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
VDD 16
NE5532
IC PINOUT
2 Yb X_Yb 15
AGND
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
3 Xa X_Yc 14
A
NOTE: PHASE SYMBOLS DENOTE SIGNAL POLARITY
IN PHASE
OUT OF PHASE
C28
22uF
Vee
AGND
V+
C4
0.1uF
Z1
C5V1
C5
0.1uF
Z2
C5V1
C6
0.1uF
C13
0.1uF
8
C14
0.1uF
C15
0.1uF
C19
0.1uF
C22
0.1uF
CT1
8
V+
5 Ya
Yc 12
1 OUT
V+ 8
6 INH
A 11
2 IN-
OUT 7
7 VEE
B 10
3 IN+
IN- 6
8 VSS
C 9
4 V-
IN+ 5
C26
100uF
4
CT1
4
V-
APPROVALS
DRAWN
CHECKED
DATE
SA 12-11-99
ISSUED
AGND
8
A-6000/Dec 1999
7
6
MLE-6000 Mono- Sheet
Input 1Module
w/EQ
Schematic
of 1
5
Page 5-10
4
3
W# 700206
2
3
5
6
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
DWG. NO.
13S0074A
D
SCALE
2
1
4
EQ/M-6000
CONTRACT NO.
C27 AGND
100uF
V-
C29
22uF
R54
2.43K
Vdd
R50
2.43K
4 X_Ya Xc 13
EQ/M-6000A PCB
SHEET
1
A
REV
1 OF 1
R178
1.0M
C100
10pF
UDB19
AGND
X_Y
X
INH U45 Y
S 4053
GND
AGND
4
4
7
+ +
SSM2142
U54 3 gnd
V-
AGND
5
V-
1
2
AGND
NE5532
IC PINOUT
AGND
UDB4
INSERTRTOUTLO
UDB17
C154
68pF
UDB5
+4dBu BAL
C155
68pF
3
5
INSERTRTOUTHI
SH
SH
UDB14
INSERTRTINLO
2
UDB1
INSERTRTINHI
3
+4dBu BAL
AGND
V+ 8
1 OUT- OUT+ 8
1 REF
N/C 8
OUT 7
2 SNC- SNC+ 7
2 IN-
V+ 7
OUT 6
3 IN+
IN- 6
3 GND
V+ 6
3 IN+
4 V-
IN+ 5
4 IN
V- 5
4 V- SENCE 5
STEREOCHON
MONOCHON
ON/OFF
AGND
8
C1 100UF
6
R7
40.2K
AGND
AGND
5
V-
V+
V-
V+
V-
R6
40.2K
1
2
V-
V-
7
8
5
AGND
AGND
+4dBu BAL
DIRECTOUTLTLO
C118
68pF
AGND
C105
68pF
AGND
120/1
DB9/7
120/2
DB9/3
120/8
DB9/8
6
V-
V+
4
7
+ +
SSM2142
U48 3 gnd
AGND
5
V-
7
8
DIRECTOUTRTHI
+4dBu BAL
DIRECTOUTRTLO
1
2
C119
68pF
AGND
C120
68pF
AGND
120/3
DB9/1
120/4
DB9/6
120/7
DB9/2
PREFADERRT
A
AGND
120/83
120/84
8
A-6000/Oct 2001
V-in
F1
C103
100UF
C104
100UF
C115
100UF
C116
100UF
1N4002W
D1
1N4002W
C86
0.1UF
C98
0.1UF
C68
0.1UF
C133
0.1UF
C62
0.1UF
C69
0.1UF
C51
0.1UF
C66
0.1UF
C136
0.1UF
C95
0.1UF
C122
0.1UF
C137
0.1UF
C121
0.1UF
C7
0.1UF
C107
0.1UF
C106
0.1UF
C4
0.1UF
C102
0.1UF
C135
0.1UF
C63
0.1UF
C132
0.1UF
C143
0.1UF
R197
2.43K
V+
D2
C101
0.1UF
C61
0.1UF
V-
C110
330UF
C111
0.1UF
C82
0.1UF
C99
0.1UF
C81
0.1UF
C125
0.1UF
C134
0.1UF
C28
1uF
C29
1uF
SH
HI
LO RT
OUT
5
8
2
8
1
6
5
V-
3
CONTRACT NO.
Z1
C5V1
5.1V
APPROVALS
DRAWN
CHECKED
3
SL-6000 Stereo Input Module Schematic - Sheet 1 of 5
-2dBu
V+
5532
+ U2
4
7
4
V-
VIEWED
FROM
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
SIDE)
B
MONOPRE
-2dBu
1
8
6
5
V-
AGND
DATE
SA 10-19-01
SA
SA
W# 700242
MONOPOST
6CONNECTOR
PIN JST
PINOUT
V+
5532
+ U19
AGND
Vee
4
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
SH
ISSUED
6
-2dBu
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Z2
C5V1
5.1V
POLYSW
.3A
7
C2 5
MONOPOST
VIEWED FROM
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
SIDE)
Vdd
C8
22UF
R196
2.43K
F2
POLYSW
.3A
1 NC1 NC2 4
9CONNECTOR
PIN JST
PINOUT
HI
LO LT
OUT
V-
V+in
120/86
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
AGND
PREFADERLT
120/85
DPDT
SLIDE
PINOUTSWITCH
6
AGND
DIRECT
OUT
AGND
-2dBu
V+
5532
+ U1
4
DIRECTOUTLTHI
1
2
POSTFADERRT
-2dBu
R21
4.99K
GND
V-
X_Y
X
INH U3 Y
S
74VHC4053
AGND
C14 100UF
4
+ +
SSM2142
U47 3 gnd
-2dBu
C15
10pF
4
AGND
15
6
10
-2dBu
AGND
X_Y
X 3
INH U3 Y 5
S
74VHC4053
3
V+
4
1
R19
11.0K
5
AGND
7
R81
1.00K
100UF C58
R3
40.2K
6
5532
+ U1
R20
11.0K
C56 22UF
V+
5532
U25
+
-5dBu
2
-2dBu
V+
4
AGND
V+
8
6
V-
-14dBu
R118
22.1K
CT10 1
10K 3 4
4
6
9
-2dBu
CT2 4
10K 6 5
POSTFADERLT
V-
AGND
C57
10pF
PREFADERRT
V+
-2dBu
BALANCE
8
C13 100UF
PREFADERRT
INSERT
BYPASS
V+
5532
+ U2
3
R2
4.99K
R119
88.7K
B
-5dBu
X_Y
X 13
INH U3 Y 12
S
74VHC4053
V+
(COMPONENT SIDE)
1 OUT
2 IN-
R1
4.99K
FADER
14
6
11
330UF C77
3 NO1 NO2 6
SSM2143
IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
C2
10pF
CT2 1
10K 3 2
V-
R80
1.00K
PREFADERLT
AGND
C3
10pF
R22
11.0K
-2dBu
V+
4
AGND
100UF C91
V-
V-
AGND
1
R23
3.92K
5532
U25
+
3
R24
3.92K
2
C90 22UF
5
330UF C76
2 C1
-2dBu
V+
2
UDB2
2
R74
11.0K
8
R161
22.1K
CT10 9
10K 7 6
-14dBu
V+
5
SSM2143
U56
+
1
4
AGND
V-
8
C92
10pF
PREFADERLT
V+
-2dBu
C 9
AGND
SSM2142
IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
LO
HI
LO RT RT HI
OUT IN
SW18
1
3
4
6
7
7
8
B 10
8 VSS
R4
10K
4
6
9
X_Y
X 13
INH U45 Y 12
S 4053
V+
7 VEE
-2dBu
AGND
AGND
INSERT
6
A 11
C5
10pF
14
6
11
5
6
Yc 12
6 INH
UDB16
AGND
-2dBu
V+
5532
U32
+
3
+4dBu BAL
V+
8
6
SH
SH
INSERTLTINHI
5 Ya
V-
V+
V-
V+
R172
10K
R174
10K
1
AGND
A/B
INPUT
SELECT
1
2
MODE
SELECT
V-
C152
68pF
UDB3
UDB15
D
4 X_Ya Xc 13
V+
4
C153
68pF
LO
HI
LO LT LT HI
OUT IN
5
SSM2143
U55
+
1
4
AGND
V-
V-
AGND
V-
1
2
R131
1.0M
V+
C97
10pF
X_Y
X 3
INH U44 Y 5
S 4053
V-
R169
33.2K
GND
AGND AGND
B
RIGHT
RT-LT
LT-RT
LEFT
V-
R181
4.99K
LINE
2
RT TRIM
4
6
9
X_Y
X
INH U45 Y
S 4053
VDD 16
R72
10K
3
2
5
UDB6
+4dBu BAL
2
V+
5532
+ U19
4
7
MONOPRE
V-
SL-6000
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
D
SCALE
2
-2dBu
C30
10pF
1
AGND
UDB18
INSERTLTOUTLO
INSERTLTINLO
-2dBu
V+
6
V-
INSERTLTOUTHI
R162
88.7K
B
LT-LT
RT-LT
LT-RT
RT-RT
3
+ +
SSM2142
U46 3 gnd
7
8
V+
V-
AGND
5
SSM2143
U53
+
1
4
AGND
V-
4
1
7
R18
10K
UDB/8
C150
0.001UF
-2dBu
V+
4
10K
R177
V+
5532
U31
+
AGND
5532
U32
+
V+
R73
10K
3
8
2
X_Y
X 1
INH U44 Y 2
S 4053
6
AGND
15
6
10
1 Xb
3 Xa X_Yc 14
V-
LINE2RTHI
+4dBu BAL
C151
0.001UF
LINE
22
LT TRIM
X_Y
X
INH U43 Y
S 4053
1
2
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
R5
4.99K
LINE2RTLO
15
6
10
MC14053BCP/
74VHC4053N
IC PINOUT
NOTE: PHASE SYMBOLS DENOTE SIGNAL POLARITY
IN PHASE
OUT OF PHASE
C6
10pF
UDB/7
7
2
3
1
V+
UDB/20
1
10K
R176
-2dBu
2
V+
AGND AGND
LO
HI
SH
6
15
6
10
V+
V+
AGND
C148
0.001UF
5
SSM2143
U60
+
1
4
AGND
V-
8
3
V-
-2dBu
V+
V-
C
C149
0.001UF
UDB/22
LINE2
3
LINE2LTHI
4
C92,
C93, R156,ONR157
NOT
LOADED
SLE-6000
MODULE
V-
UDB/21
+4dBu BAL
AGND
-2dBu
C75
10pF
UDB/9
7
2
V-
LO
HI
SH
LINE
12
RT TRIM
X_Y
X 3
INH U43 Y 5
S 4053
3
2 Yb X_Yb 15
V+
AGND AGND
LINE2LTLO
4
6
9
X_Y
X 13
INH U44 Y 12
S 4053
2
R173
10K
C146
0.001UF
3
14
6
11
R175
10K
AGND
1
10K
R170
7
R168
33.2K
UDB/11
6
4
V+
C96
10pF
C147
0.001UF
5
V+
LINE1RTHI
5
SSM2143
U59
+
1
4
AGND
V-
10K
R171
-2dBu
5532
U31
+
V-
UDB/10
3
+4dBu BAL
8
6
R202
4.99K
UDB/23
X_Y
X 13
INH U43 Y 12
S 4053
-2dBu
V+
V-
LO
HI
SH
7
2
14
6
11
LINE
12
LT TRIM
CR3
50K
AGND AGND
LINE1RTLO
3
CR4
50K
LINE1
AGND
1
CR5
50K
UDB/25
C144
0.001UF
6
V-
C145
0.001UF
5
SSM2143
U58
+
1
4
AGND
V-
R182
4.99K
3
R203
4.99K
2
LINE1LTHI
V+
UDB/24
LINE1LTLO
+4dBu BAL
V+
UDB/12
V+
D
LO
HI
SH
5
-2dBu
V+
CR2
50K
7
6
V-
7
V+
8
DWG. NO.
SL-6000SF PCB
13S0035
SHEET
1
A
REV
F
1 OF 6
Page 5-8
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
-2dBu
4
6
9
X_Y
X 3
INH U36 Y 5
S 4053
GND
120/38
AGND
X_Y
X 13
INH U40 Y 12
S 4053
15
6
10
X_Y
X 1
INH U40 Y 2
S 4053
4
6
9
X_Y
X 3
INH U40 Y 5
S 4053
GND
AGND
AGND
V-
V+
4
AGND
PRE/POST
MONO
1
22UF C85
8
2
3
AGND
1
2
3
4
5
6
4
1
V-
100UF C74
10K 3
LEVEL 2
CT9 1
AGND
-14dBu
C78 22UF
IFB
8
6
5
V-
UTLON
SOLO
CUE
8
A-6000/Oct 2001
7
6
3 Xa X_Yc 14
4 X_Ya Xc 13
4
R206
10K
V-
R207
10K
SEND2ACN
120/62
R208
10K
V-
V+
C
BUSMINUSMONITOR
120/82
IFBOUT
120/6
IFBOUT
120/5
MXMAACN
120/65
MXMAACN
120/66
MXMBACN
120/69
MXMBACN
120/70
R205
10
7
NE5532
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
Yc 12
1 OUT
V+ 8
6 INH
A 11
2 IN-
OUT 7
7 VEE
B 10
3 IN+
IN- 6
8 VSS
C 9
4 V-
IN+ 5
8
2
3
V-
AGND
MXM
A
PRE/POST
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1 NC1 NC2 4
2 C1
C2 5
3 NO1 NO2 6
4
APPROVALS
DRAWN
1
2
3
CHECKED
ISSUED
3
SL-6000 Stereo Input Module Schematic - Sheet 2 of 5
V-
SW23
SW25
R194 R193
10K 10K
W# 700242
120/73
120/74
MXMDACN
120/77
MXMDACN
120/78
SL-6000
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
D
SCALE
2
MXMCACN
MXMCACN
SW26
DATE
SA 10-19-01
SA
SA
B
SW24
MXM
D
ON/OFF
AGND
CONTRACT NO.
VIEWED
FROM
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
SIDE)
4
1
MXM
C
ON/OFF
MXM
D
PRE/POST
3CONNECTOR
PIN JST
PINOUT
V+
5532
U49
+
MXM
B
ON/OFF
MXM
C
PRE/POST
DPDT
SLIDE
PINOUTSWITCH
-2dBu
MXM
A
ON/OFF
SW14
MXM
B
PRE/POST
-2dBu
5 Ya
5
V+
C67
10pF
V+
5532
U49
+
SW13
MONOPOST
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
2 Yb X_Yb 15
1
R195
100
V+
5532
U28
+
MONOPRE
VDD 16
120/61
R185
10K
SUM-MINUS
SW12
SW15
V-
1 Xb
4
-2dBu
R156
10.0K
AGND
5532
U23
+
4
VIEWED
FROM
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
SIDE)
V+
SEND2ACN
V+
5532
U29
+
C123
10pF
C59
1 2
CR1
1.0K
3
50pF
R122
AGND AGND
9.09K
C72
68pF
-2dBu
C83
10pF
3
V+
8
2
V-
R124
10.0K
-2dBu
PREFADERRT
120/58
-2dBu
C87
10pF
3
V-
SW16
A
8
2
AGND
-2dBu
7
MC14053BCP/
74VHC4053N
IC PINOUT
R157
10K
V+
4
C124
10pF
SW11
-2dBu
V+
22UF C84
6CONNECTOR
PIN JST
PINOUT
SEND1ACN
V-
R209
10K
5
7
V-
SEND2
V+
5532
U29
+
R192 R191
10K 10K
7
7
R158
10K
R159
88.7K
AGND
8
6
V-
V-
-14dBu
C89 22UF
R160
22.1K
10K 3 2
RT
CT6 1
NOTE: PHASE SYMBOLS DENOTE SIGNAL POLARITY
IN PHASE
OUT OF PHASE
5532
U28
+
R128
10K
R127
88.7K
C65
10pF
V+
V-
V+
V-
R117
22.1K
C88
10pF
-2dBu
-2dBu
AGND
5
22UF C53
D
-2dBu
R123
10.0K
V+
R114
10.0K
R113
10.0K
R71
10.0K
C60
10pF
AGND
4
100UF C49
MONOPRE
V-
V+
4
3
5
1
AGND
R125
10.0K
AGND
3
-2dBu
V+
5532
U22
+
AGND
6
V+
4
120/57
V+
5532
U24
+
V+
MONOPOST
MONOPRE
C64
10pF
5
AGND
MONOPOST
5532
U23
+
V-
R126
10.0K
8
6
8
2
120/54
-2dBu
8
-2dBu
4
8
6
5
V-
R184
10K
CUE/SOLORTACN
X_Y
X
INH U20 Y
S 4053
AGND
120/53
22UF C54
PREFADERLT
AGND
GND
X_Y
X 3
INH U39 Y 5
S 4053
14
6
11
4
6
9
3
1
R186
88.7K
X_Y
X 1
INH U39 Y 2
S 4053
R70
10.0K
R145
10K
R144
10K
R146
10K
AUXRTACN
15
6
10
SENDPOST
-2dBu
120/34
120/37
CUE/SOLORTACN
4
6
9
120/33
AUXRTACN
X_Y
X 13
INH U39 Y 12
S 4053
120/50
X_Y
X 1
INH U20 Y 2
S 4053
SEND1
5532
U24
+
SEND1ACN
R204
10
X_Y
X 1
INH U36 Y 2
S 4053
14
6
11
SENDPRE
15
6
10
AGND
2
V+
V-
15
6
10
AUXLTACN
CUE/SOLOLTACN
-2dBu
ST/MONO
SEND2
X_Y
X 13
INH U20 Y 12
S 4053
10K 6 5
LT
CT6 4
V-
8
R188 R187
10K 10K
X_Y
X 13
INH U36 Y 12
S 4053
X_Y
X 3
INH U38 Y 5
S 4053
4
6
9
120/49
14
6
11
4
-14dBu
C55 22UF
R190 R189
10K 10K
14
6
11
AUXLTACN
CUE/SOLOLTACN
X_Y
X 1
INH U38 Y 2
S 4053
POSTFADERRT
X_Y
X 3
INH U21 Y 5
S 4053
AGND
100UF C50
V+
X_Y
X 3
INH U35 Y 5
S 4053
120/46
4
6
9
5
7
V-
R137
10K
R138
10K
R140
10K
R141
10K
R142
10K
4
6
9
UTLRTACN
SW1
PREFADERRT
X_Y
X
INH U21 Y
S 4053
1
2
V+
5532
U22
+
R183
22.1K
AUD RT
120/45
-2dBu
15
6
10
ST/MONO
SEND1
15
6
10
6
V-
X_Y
X 1
INH U35 Y 2
S 4053
120/27
120/29
120/28
120/30
POSTFADERLT
X_Y
X 13
INH U21 Y 12
S 4053
R130
10.0K
15
6
10
AUDMUSICRTACN
AUDSPEECHRTACN
AUDMUSICRTACN
AUDSPEECHRTACN
PREFADERLT
-2dBu
UTLRTACN
8
14
6
11
-2dBu
R129
10.0K
SW22
X_Y
X
INH U38 Y
S 4053
13
12
120/42
SW2
-2dBu
C73
10pF
X_Y
X 13
INH U35 Y 12
S 4053
X_Y
X
INH U37 Y
S 4053
3
5
UTLLTACN
-2dBu
V+
14
6
11
120/21
120/23
120/22
120/24
X_Y
X 1
INH U37 Y 2
S 4053
120/41
V-
AUD LT
4
6
9
AUDMUSICLTACN
AUDSPEECHLTACN
AUDMUSICLTACN
AUDSPEECHLTACN
15
6
10
UTLLTACN
R121
9.09K
X_Y
X 3
INH U34 Y 5
S 4053
15
6
10
X_Y
X 13
INH U37 Y 12
S 4053
14
6
11
R152
10K
R135
10K
X_Y
X 1
INH U34 Y 2
S 4053
SW21
120/15
120/17
120/16
120/18
R154
10K
R136
10K
PGM RT
PGMMUSICRTACN
PGMSPEECHRTACN
PGMMUSICRTACN
PGMSPEECHRTACN
14
6
11
4
6
9
R148
10K
X_Y
X
INH U34 Y
S 4053
13
12
SW20
R147
10K
X_Y
X
INH U33 Y
S 4053
3
5
120/9
120/11
120/10
120/12
R149
10K
PGM LT
14
6
11
R143
10K
B
PGMONAIR
AUDON
AUXON
X_Y
X 1
INH U33 Y 2
S 4053
4
6
9
R139
10K
C
15
6
10
PGMMUSICLTACN
PGMSPEECHLTACN
PGMMUSICLTACN
PGMSPEECHLTACN
R151
10K
R134
10K
-2dBu
DIRECTOUTRTLO 330UF C79
SW19
R153
10K
DIRECTOUTRTHI 330UF C108
X_Y
X 13
INH U33 Y 12
S 4053
R150
10K
-2dBu
14
6
11
R155
10K
DIRECTOUTLTLO 330UF C80
R133
10K
D
R132
10K
-2dBu
R116
10K
C52
10pF
R115
10.0K
DIRECTOUTLTHI 330UF C109
DWG. NO.
SL-6000SF PCB
13S0036
SHEET
1
A
REV
F
2 OF 6
Page 5-8a
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
11
C35
1uF
GND
GND
U5
10
74HC14
AARMDIPSW
74HC30
U17
9
10
1
2
CUEFDRSW
U14
R42
220
AUDSW
AUXSW
UTLSW
R48
220
8
AUX
9
UTL
R47
220
R50
220
11
ARM
SOLOSW
R52
220
CUESW
R54
220
14
15
CUELED
R97
88.7K
1
2
EFSONSW
3
EFSOFFSW
C44 1uF
R53
220
R98
88.7K
"EFS" SW
ONSW
GND
GND
R100
1.00K
R41
220
GND
CT8
VCC
OFFSW
5
6
8
Q13
MMBTA05
"OFF"SW GND
GND
C43
.1uF
U9
SOLODROP 1
CUEDROP 2
3
ONENABLESSEND 4
8
R55
4.99K
10
GND
74HC14
12
13
U11
8
GND
C46
.1uF
1
2
3
4
5
6
11
12
4
74HC02
GND
13
C36
1uF
U9
12
13
15
16 CUE
17
18
19
20
21
22 PGM
3
1
2
3
4
6
A-6000/Oct 2001
1
2
SW9
R95
10K
U27
R219
220
R120
220
3
1
2
R58
10K
9
10
1
2
4
5
R57
4.99K
GND
GND
11
U4
12
74HC14
U4
U18 11
74HC32
U15
MMBTA55
U11
74HC32
U15
3
1
2
SW7
U13
3
GND
EFS
ON/OFF
12
13
U27
11
VCC
R96
4.99K
12
13
11
MMBTA55
VCC
9
10
U13
CUELOGIC
CUE
9
10
2
3
74HC02
74HC00
9
10
U10
74HC30
U16
1
8
11
12
U15
GND
8
13
6
U26
12
U57
11
U42
U26
C130
0.1UF
74HC00
U52
U26
R179
4.99K
10
U42
10
C131
0.1UF
-
LDB/3
START
ACOMMON
LDB/5
COMM
ASTOP
LDB/4
STOP
BSTART
LDB/8
START
BCOMMON
LDB/6
COMM
BSTOP
LDB/7
STOP
AONIN
LDB/15
+
AONIN
LDB/14
-
BONIN
LDB/20
+
U52
14
S/S
A OUT
U27
U41
74HC00
9
10
R163
4.99K
16
12
C128
0.1UF
CHECKED
ISSUED
3
SL-6000 Stereo Input Module Schematic - Sheet 3 of 5
-
LDB/18
+
BOFFIN
LDB/19
-
AREADY
LDB/2
+
AREADY
LDB/1
-
2
BREADY
LDB/9
+
BREADY
BREADY
W# 700242
-
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
D
SCALE
2
LDB/10
SL-6000
DATE
SA 10-19-01
SA
SA
B
AREADY
R165
4.99K
APPROVALS
DRAWN
CHON
LDB/16
BOFFIN
R198
4.99K
GND
CUELED
SOLO
AOFFIN
R199
4.99K
1
C
BOFF
4
15
+
3
GND
U26 13
74HC00
-
LDB/17
R218
4.99K
C129
0.1UF
U42
LDB/21
AOFFIN
7
C141
0.1UF
13
S/S
B OUT
AOFF
8
U42
BONIN
R201
4.99K
CONTRACT NO.
4
LDB/25
BON
8
9
12
13
ONSWTR
5
SEQOUT
ASTART
R217
4.99K
7
GND
11
GND
6
SEQUENCE
OUT
AON
6
9
R164
4.99K
GND
74HC00
12
+
5
C140
0.1UF
11
1
2
74HC00
R101
10.0K
8
U14 13
74HC32
-
LDB/24
SEQUENCE
IN
D
R200
4.99K
6
GND
R166
4.99K
74HC02
11
LDB/23
SEQOUT
5
GND
11
9
12
4
5
74HC00
9
10
SOLO
U12 10
74LS37
1
9
11
R180
4.99K
U41 2
74HC00
10
U57
GND
3
SEQINONSW
12
GND
4
U41 5
74HC00
3
8
R102
10.0K
8
SEQIN
13
6
MMBTA55
74HC00
OPTIONAL
EXTERNAL
ON/OFF
PULSECONSTANT
SWITCH
74HC00
U18 8
74HC32
U30
9
10
U12 11
74LS37
8
74HC00
U41
5
Q7
9
10
SW10
PGMONAIR
74HC00
6
6
8
AUDON
11
U13
74HC00
REMOTE
ON/OFF
TO
START/STOP
DISABLE
ARM
UTL
AUX
U12 6
74LS37
U13
4
5
12
13
14
U57
8
Q11
GND
OFF
7
MMBTA55
74HC00
74HC00
R89
10K
15
4
Q6
SW6
U12 3
74LS37
3
+
GND
ARMA
8
16
U57
2
Q2
R94
10K
VCC
SW3
R112
10.0K
7
1
74HC00
VCC
15
GND
2
3
SENDPRE
10
LOCAL
READY
GND
8
U17
VCC
74HC00
74HC00
11
U16
R56
4.99K
GND
12
13
74HC32
5
6
U30
16
2
74HC02
74HC02
R111
1.00K
4
GND
GND
R110
10
3
C42
1uF
R82
1.00K
1
2
11
GND
I1
F0
I2
F1
I3
F2
I4
F3
I5
F4
I6
F5
I7
F6
I8
F7
I9
I10
I12 SLX2A
PROGRAM
I13
P20V8
74HC14
GND
GND
R106
10.0K
U9
C41
1uF
GND
6
12
13
U8
I0/CLK
I11/OE
74HC14
GND
R99
100
6
R105
1.00K
Q10
MMBTA05
C40
1uF
9
R92
1.00K
R107
10
5
"ON"SW
R93
100
1
2
U9
5
GND
4
74HC14
GND
R88
1.00K
VCC
4
C39
1uF
GND
GND 2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
14
23
2
U9
3
GND
1
13
74HC14
GND
R87
1.00K
C45 1uF
3
1
R86
1.00K
VCC
U9
C38
1uF
GND
U5 12
74HC14
GND
R85
1.00K
SOLO
R49
220
13
R51
220
12
GND
R84
1.00K
ARMSW
10
C37
1uF
GND
U52
LDB/22
R216
4.99K
4
1
74HC00
R90
10K
7
13
R83
1.00K
AUD
R46
220
6
R43
220
PGM
R91
1.00K
5
U14
SENDPOST
13
PGMSW
R44
220
4
U17
1
74HC02
8
9
PGMONAIR
R45
220
1
CT7
11
12
4
74HC32
R40
220
CT3
CT5
U14
10
C139
0.1UF
13
VCC
74HC32
GND
U30
Q12
MMBTA05
SEQIN
3
VCC
74HC02
74HC02
4
5
3
A
74HC02
U16 10
74HC32
2
B
BARMDIPSW
74HC02
"CUE" SW
C
A
B
8
U7
8
ARMA 9
U52
R224
475
GND
5
6
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
11
12
74HC14
8
9
SLX1A
PROGRAM
R39
4.99K
74HC02
RT-LT
6
13
U16
14
R220
475
GND
16V8
R8
4.99K
8
11
12
U30
R223
475
3
C34
1uF
VCC
U4
4
R222
475
1
U5
9
R79
1.00K
CT4
2
GND
R78
1.00K
R37
220
15
GND
6
74HC14
4
5
SEQINON
R167
4.99K
5
6
R225
475
R38
220
14
5
C33
1uF
TP1
U4
74HC00
74HC00
LT-RT
3
R221
475
PRESW
PRE
SENDONSW
SENDON
U5
1
2
R13
220
13
GND
R77
1.00K
RIGHT
R36
220
12
LEFT
GND
74HC14
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
R64
220
11
MONO
C32
1uF
GND 2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
4
VCC
RIGHT
LEFT
R109
220
10
STEREO
U5
3
U6
I0/CLK
I9/OE F0
F1
I1
F2
I2
F3
I3
F4
I4
F5
I5
F6
I6
F7
I7
I8
R108
220
9
GND
R76
1.00K
1
11
R104
10
8
GND
2
74HC14
C47
0.22uF
7
C31
1uF
R103
10
MODESW
STEREO
R34 R33 R32 R31 R30
220 220 220 220 220
6
R29
220
5
R27
220
BSW
R28
220
4
U5
1
R75
1.00K
C48
0.22uF
R26
220
3
D
ASW
R35
220
1
2
R25
220
VCC
CT1
DWG. NO.
SL-6000SF PCB
13S0038
SHEET
1
A
REV
F
3 OF 6
Page 5-8c
8
7
7DIPSWITCH
POSITION
PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1
22
33
44
55
66
77
1
D
74HC00/
74LS37
IC PINOUT
4DIPSWITCH
POSITION
PINOUT
ON 14
ON 13
ON 12
ON 11
ON 10
ON 9
ON 8
1
2
33
44
ON
ON
ON
ON
1
8
7
1 NC1 NC2 4
6
2 C1
5
3 NO1 NO2 6
VCC 14
1 Oa
2 I2a
I2d 13
3 Oa
I1d 12
4 I1b
74HC30
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
VCC 14
1 Ia
2 I1a
Od 13
3 I2a
I2d 12
Od 11
4 Ob
5 I2b
I2c 10
6 Ob
7 VSS
LM2940
IC PINOUT
74HC32
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
3
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
PS2502-4
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1 Xb
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
VDD 16
1
2 Yb X_Yb 15
2
VCC 14
1 I1
VCC 14
1 I1a
VCC 14
2 Oa
If 13
2 I2
N/C 13
2 I2a
I2d 13
3 Xa X_Yc 14
3
3 Ib
Of 12
3 I3
I8 12
3 Oa
I1d 12
4 X_Ya Xc 13
4
I1d 11
4 Ob
Ie 11
4 I4
I7 11
4 I1b
Od 11
5 Ya
Yc 12
5
5 I1b
Oc 10
5 Ic
Oe 10
5 I5
N/C 10
5 I2b
I2c 10
6 INH
A 11
6
I1c 9
6 I2b
I2c 9
6 O2c
Id 9
6 I6
N/C 9
6 Ob
I1c 9
7 VEE
B 10
7
Oc 8
7 VSS
I1c 8
7 VSS
Od 8
7 VSS OUT 8
7 VSS
Oc 8
8 VSS
C 9
8
1 2 3
1
16
2
14
3
12
1 OUT
V+ 8
1 OUT- OUT+ 8
1 REF
N/C 8
11
2 IN-
OUT 7
2 SNC- SNC+ 7
2 IN-
V+ 7
4
10
3 IN+
IN- 6
3 GND
V+ 6
3 IN+
OUT 6
9
4 V-
IN+ 5
4 IN
V- 5
4 V- SENCE 5
NE5532
IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
15
(COMPONENT SIDE)
SSM2143
IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
D
120/100
VCC
VCC
TP2
R60
100
R59
3.32K
D4
Q4
CHON
2
3
4148
MMBTA55
C
CUELOGIC
VCC
120/102
U17
STEREOCHON
1
74HC02
C
SW4
VCC
Q1
MMBTA55
5
6
OFF
4
BON
74HC02
2
1
3 U51
AON
U51
SW17
74HC02
ONSWTR
A
B
R212
10K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
GND
VCC
R215
10K
ONAIRTALLY
ST1MUTEB
CRMUTEB
TIMERRESTARTB
ST1MUTEA
CRMUTEA
TIMERRESTARTA
1
2
4
5
U18 3
74HC32
4
5
U27
R14
4.99K
R10
3.32K
PGMONAIR
R11
100
R9
3.32K
4
5
OFF
VCC
VCC
6
R15
4.99K
B
R68
3.32K
13
U51
TIMERRESTART
120/120
1
2
AUX
SW5
GND
OFF
GND
VCC
R67
3.32K
R69
100
MMBTA55
ST1MUTE
1
D3
1N4002W
C126
0.1uF
VIN OUT
GND
3
2 LM2940
C113
22UF
C21
0.1UF
8
9
C112
100UF
R214
10K
120/89
120/90
VCC
VCC
C71
0.1UF
GND
GND
VCC
C138
0.1UF
GND
VCC
C117
0.1UF
GND
VCC
C12
0.1UF
GND
VCC
C9
0.1UF
VCC
C70
0.1UF
GND
GND
VCC
C16
0.1UF
GND
GND
VCC
C93
0.1UF
GND
R211
10K
GND
GND
VCC
C18
0.1UF
GND
R213
10K
10
U51
R17
3.32K
120/116
SW8
R66
100
GND
Q8
MMBTA55
74HC02
R210
10K
CRMUTE
MONO
CHAN ON
120/118
VCC
VCC
C19
0.1UF
GND
VCC
C26
0.1UF
GND
VCC
C25
0.1UF
GND
VCC
C23
0.1UF
GND
VCC
C20
0.1UF
GND
VCC
C127
0.1UF
GND
VCC
C17
0.1UF
GND
VCC
C10
0.1UF
GND
VCC
C114
0.1UF
GND
VCC
C11
0.1UF
GND
VCC
C142
0.1UF
GND
VCC
C27
0.1UF
C24
0.1UF
GND
GND
C22
0.1UF
GND
A-6000/Oct 2001
7
6
5
4
3
SL-6000 Stereo Input Module Schematic - Sheet 4 of 5
SL-6000
CONTRACT NO.
VCC
APPROVALS
DRAWN
CHECKED
ISSUED
8
MONOCHON
GND
C94
0.1UF
GND
R65
3.32K
POLYSW
.3A
VCC
U50
F3
UTLON
U11 6
74HC32
VCC
VCC
120/88
B
4
5
OFF
+DIGin
"UTL"
ENABLES
STEREO
CHAN ON
UTL
Q9
74HC02
120/87
AUXON
U11 3
74HC32
VCC
R16
10
VCC
11
12
120/110
"AUX"
ENABLES
STEREO
CHAN ON
MMBTA05
74HC00
U18 6
74HC32
ONAIRTALLY
6
U15
74HC00
Q3
GND
A
SSM2142
IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
13
4148
SOLOLOGIC
R12
3.32K
MC14053BCP/
74VHC4053N
IC PINOUT
1
D5
Q5
MMBTA55
CUELOGIC
2
TP3
R63
100
R62
3.32K
R61
3.32K
C2 5
74HC14
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1 I1a
4
VCC
VCC
SOLO
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
5
74HC02
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
DPDT
SLIDE
PINOUTSWITCH
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
2
6
DATE
SA 10-19-01
SA
SA
W# 700242
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
D
SCALE
2
DWG. NO.
SL-6000SF PCB
13S0042
SHEET
1
A
REV
F
4 OF 6
Page 5-8d
4
D
DB-9
5
7
1
4
2
C
B
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
3
120/1
120/3
120/5
120/7
120/9
120/11
120/13
120/15
120/17
120/19
120/21
120/23
120/25
120/27
120/29
120/31
120/33
120/35
120/37
120/39
120/41
120/43
120/45
120/47
120/49
120/51
120/53
120/55
120/57
120/59
120/61
120/63
120/65
120/67
120/69
120/71
120/73
120/75
120/77
120/79
120/81
120/83
120/85
120/87
120/89
120/91
120/93
120/95
120/97
120/99
120/101
120/103
120/105
120/107
120/109
120/111
120/113
120/115
120/117
120/119
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
51
53
55
57
59
61
63
65
67
69
71
73
75
77
79
81
83
85
87
89
91
93
95
97
99
101
103
105
107
109
111
113
115
117
119
CT11
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
102
104
106
108
110
112
114
116
118
120
DIRECTOUTLTLO
DIRECTOUTRTLO
IFBOUT
AGND
PGMMUSICLTACN
PGMSPEECHLTACN
AGND
PGMMUSICRTACN
PGMSPEECHRTACN
AGND
AUDMUSICLTACN
AUDSPEECHLTACN
AGND
AUDMUSICRTACN
AUDSPEECHRTACN
AGND
AUXLTACN
AGND
AUXRTACN
AGND
UTLLTACN
AGND
UTLRTACN
AGND
CUE/SOLOLTACN
AGND
CUE/SOLORTACN
AGND
SEND1ACN
AGND
SEND2ACN
AGND
MXMAACN
AGND
MXMBACN
AGND
MXMCACN
AGND
MXMDACN
AGND
BUSMINUSMONITOR
V-in
V+in
GND
+DIGin
TBSTUDIO1TO2
MXMAMONITOR
MXMCMONITOR
MONO1MONITOR
SOLOLOGIC
CUELOGIC
TALLY1
TALLY2
TALLY3/ST4MUTE
ONAIRTALLY
ST3MUTE
ST2MUTE
ST1MUTE
CRMUTE
TIMERRESTART
120/2
120/4
120/6
120/8
120/10
120/12
120/14
120/16
120/18
120/20
120/22
120/24
120/26
120/28
120/30
120/32
120/34
120/36
120/38
120/40
120/42
120/44
120/46
120/48
120/50
120/52
120/54
120/56
120/58
120/60
120/62
120/64
120/66
120/68
120/70
120/72
120/74
120/76
120/78
120/80
120/82
120/84
120/86
120/88
120/90
120/92
120/94
120/96
120/98
120/100
120/102
120/104
120/106
120/108
120/110
120/112
120/114
120/116
120/118
120/120
D
DB-9
3
6
9
8
UPPER DB-25 CONNECTOR
CT12
UDB25
UDB24
UDB23
UDB22
UDB21
UDB20
UDB19
UDB18
UDB17
UDB16
UDB15
UDB14
AGND
LINE1LTHI
LINE1RTLO
AGND
LINE2LTHI
LINE2RTLO
AGND
INSERTLTOUTHI
INSERTRTOUTLO
AGND
INSERTLTINHI
INSERTRTINLO
24
23
22
13
12
11
10
9
21
8
20
7
19
6
18
5
17
4
16
3
15
2
14
1
UDB13
LINE1LTLO
AGND
LINE1RTHI
LINE2LTLO
AGND
LINE2RTHI
INSERTLTOUTLO
AGND
INSERTRTOUTHI
INSERTLTINLO
AGND
INSERTRTINHI
CT13
LDB25
LDB24
LDB23
LDB22
LDB21
LDB20
LDB19
LDB18
LDB17
LDB16
LDB15
LDB14
SEQOUT
SEQOUT
SEQIN
SEQIN
BONIN
BONIN
BOFFIN
BOFFIN
AOFFIN
AOFFIN
AONIN
AONIN
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
Vcc
CHON
GND
BREADY
BREADY
BSTART
BSTOP
BCOMMON
ACOMMON
ASTOP
ASTART
AREADY
AREADY
CONTRACT NO.
4
A-6000/Oct 2001
25
3
UDB13
UDB12
UDB11
UDB10
UDB9
UDB8
UDB7
UDB6
UDB5
C
UDB4
UDB3
UDB2
UDB1
LOWER DB-25 CONNECTOR
A
AGND
1
CONNECTORS BUSS CHART
120 PIN EDGE CONNECTOR
DIRECTOUTLTHI
DIRECTOUTRTHI
IFBOUT
AGND
PGMMUSICLTACN
PGMSPEECHLTACN
AGND
PGMMUSICRTACN
PGMSPEECHRTACN
AGND
AUDMUSICLTACN
AUDSPEECHLTACN
AGND
AUDMUSICRTACN
AUDSPEECHRTACN
AGND
AUXLTACN
AGND
AUXRTACN
AGND
UTLLTACN
AGND
UTLRTACN
AGND
CUE/SOLOLTACN
AGND
CUE/SOLORTACN
AGND
SEND1ACN
AGND
SEND2ACN
AGND
MXMAACN
AGND
MXMBACN
AGND
MXMCACN
AGND
MXMDACN
AGND
+48Vin
V-in
V+in
GND
+DIGin
TBTOSTUDIO1_2
TBSTUDIO2TO1
MXMBMONITOR
MXMDMONITOR
MONO2MONITOR
PGMLTMONITOR
PGMRTMONITOR
AUDLTMONITOR
AUDRTMONITOR
AUXLTMONITOR
AUXRTMONITOR
UTLLTMONITOR
UTLRTMONITOR
SEND1MONITOR
SEND2MONITOR
2
2
LDB13
LDB12
LDB11
B
LDB10
LDB9
LDB8
LDB7
LDB6
LDB5
LDB4
LDB3
LDB2
LDB1
SL-6000
APPROVALS DATE
DRAWN
600 Industrial
Drive
SA 10-19-01
Bern, NC 28562
CHECKED
SA SIZE FSCM NO.NewDWG.
NO.
ISSUED
SA C
SCALE
SL-6000SF PCB SHEET
W# 700242
SL-6000 Stereo Input Module Schematic - Sheet 5 of 5
13S0037
1
A
REV
5 OF 6
F
Page 5-8b
3
A
D
SWSPMRED
2
4
3
DS1
B
SWSPMYLW
VCC
PRE
ON
4
3
PGMSW
SW6
AUDLED
1
2
AUDSW
4
3
VCC
2
PGM
B
AUXLED
4
3
AUXSW
7
LTLED
8
9
10
RTLED
11
12
13
ONAIRLED
14
ON AIR LED
15
CT2
1
UTLLED
1
2
4
3
AUX
2
3
4
SW8
VCC
2
6
SWSPMGRN
VCC
VCC
SW9
5
AUD
SWSPMRED
1
4
RIGHT LED
DS5
SWSPMGRN
VCC
VCC
PGMLED
1
3
VCC
VCC
4
SWSPMRED
SW7
AGND
ONLED
VCC
3
ONSW
VCC
4
2
MONOLED
UTLSW
5
6
VCC
PRELED
1
3
LEFT LED
DS4
SW4
PRESW
VCC
VCC
C
2
1
2
MONO LED
DS3
SW5
1
CT1
STLED
STEREO LED
DS2
BSW
VCC
1
AGND
3
VCC
VCC
BLED
4
MODESW
MODE
SWSPMGRN
SW3
AGND
MODELED
2
1
7
UTL
SWSPMYLW
SWSPMYLW
10
1
2
ARMSW
4
3
VCC
VCC
ARMLED
9
11
SW10
AGND1
8
12
13
14
ARM
15
SWSPMYLW
SOLOLED
4
3
SOLOSW
SW11
VCC
2
CUELED
SOLO
1
2
CUESW
4
3
VCC
A
1
VCC
VCC
SW12
AGND1
CONTRACT NO.
CUE
SWSPMRED
SWSPMRED
VCC
3
VCC
4
1
VCC
ALED
SW1
ASW
VCC
D
2
VCC
AGND
VCC
SW2
1
2
VCC
4
ASW
ALED
BSW
BLED
MODESW
MODELED
STLED
MONOLED
LTLED
RTLED
PRESW
PRELED
ONSW
ONLED
C
ONAIRLED
PGMSW
PGMLED
AUDSW
AUDLED
AUXSW
AUXLED
UTLSW
UTLLED
ARMSW
ARMLED
SOLOSW
SOLOLED
CUESW
CUELED
B
IPS-6000
APPROVALS DATE
DRAWN
600
Drive
SA 12-11-99
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
CHECKED
SIZE FSCM NO. DWG. NO.
ISSUED
C
IPS-6000B PCB SHEET
W# 700049
SCALE
A
13S0059
4
A-6000/Dec 1999
3
Mono
Input Module
Switch
Schematic
- Sheet
1 of 1Card
2
Page 5-5b
1
REV
1 of 1
_
6
100/50
D
4
3
SW1
7
11
9
SW4
9
R25
221K
100/50
C42
10pF
C44
10pF
C3
.039uF
-2dBu
4
AGND
V-
4
AGND
3
V-
AGND
4
1
100uF C30
V-
C
13
12
R42
2.00K
-2dBu
C9
3900pF
SW3
10
C19
.22uF
C20
.22uF
1
2
8
1
LT OUT
V-
C
X_Y 15
X
INH 6
Y
10
U5
GND
4053 S
AGND
8
12
10
-2dBu
R10
221K
4
5
AGND
V-
4
6
7
5
V-
AGND
V-
7
100uF C32
100uF C54
3
5
X_Y
INH
U5 S
4053
X
Y
2
4
6
9
V+
V+
TL072
U1
+
4
8
V+
R34
4.99K
TL072
U2
+
8
R5
10.0K
V+
R26
221K
7
6
V+
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1 Xb
3 Xa X_Yc 14
V+
3
AGND
4
1
7
CT1
7
RT OUT
5 Ya
Yc 12
6 INH
A 11
7 VEE
B 10
8 VSS
C 9
V-
AGND
R40
2.00K
R35
2.00K
NE5532
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
C45
100uF
Z1
C5V1
V+
Vdd
R36
2.43K
AGND AGND
C29
0.1uF
8
C33
0.1uF
C35
0.1uF
CT1
8
V+
1 OUT
V+ 8
2 IN-
OUT 7
3 IN+
IN- 6
4 V-
IN+ 5
C48
100uF
EQ/S-6000
CONTRACT NO.
C46
100uF
R37
2.43K
Vee
AGND
Z2
C5V1
C39
0.1uF
C41
0.1uF
C43
0.1uF
C49
100uF
AGND
4
V-
A
CT1
4
V-
APPROVALS
DRAWN
CHECKED
DATE
SA 12-11-99
ISSUED
8
A-6000/Dec 1999
B
VDD 16
2 Yb X_Yb 15
-2dBu
TL072
U6
+
V-
AGND
TL072
U3
+
8
R41
4.99K
V-
5
V+
V+
4
7
6
V+
V-
AGND
AGND
6
74VHC4053
IC PINOUT
100/50
V-
5
TL072
U4
+
8
V-
AGND
6
V+
R16
221K
6
8
V-
C51 100uF
3
5
4 X_Ya Xc 13
R19
221K
CT1
5
2
C4
.039uF
SW4
-2dBu
CT1
1
4
AGND
2
C36
10pF
R15
221K
1K/500
CT1
R33
2.00K
R23
1.00K
C5
.22uF
C6
.22uF
C18
.039uF
1
R38
4.99K
8
12
C37
10pF
B
CR1
10K
LOW
FREQ
2
3
4
C52
10pF
10
10K/5K
R11
1.00K
CR2
10K
C23
3900pF
1
AGND
U36
7
DUAL
POT PINOUT
R4
10.0K
C13
390pF
SW2
3
5
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
C31
10pF
8
12
C24
.039uF
C10
.039uF
C28
3900pF
MID
FREQ
2
C27
390pF
1
100/50
V+
TL072
U6
+
AGND AGND
2
6
4
R7
221K
HIGH
FREQ
3
R17
1.00K
1
1K/500
R18
1.00K
CR3
10K
R31
1.00K
C14
3900pF
10K/5K
SW4
2
6
4
C34
10pF
SW3
2
6
R12
1.00K
SW2
4
X_Y
INH
U5 S
4053
X
Y
6
14
6
11
V+
8
V+
TL072
U1
+
R32
4.99K
1
V+
R21
10.0K
V+
R9
221K
3
8
2
V-
V-
1
V+
TL072
U2
+
100uF C53
2
6
NOTE: PHASE SYMBOLS DENOTE SIGNAL POLARITY
IN PHASE
OUT OF PHASE
V+
AGND
R43
4.99K
3
8
2
V-
4
1
V+
TL072
U3
+
V-
3
8
2
V+
V+
TL072
U4
+
V-
3
V+
R27
221K
CT1
2
V-
2
8
R29
221K
CT1
C50 100uF
AGND
A GND
RT IN
2
6
R39
4.99K
C17
.039uF
1K/500
R28
221K
R6
1.00K
CR1
10K
4
-2dBu
U36
2
2
SW1
5
D
V+
C47
10pF
SW3
EQ/IN
1
5
R1
3.32K
7
11
9
C8
3900pF
6
R20
10.0K
C22
0.01uF
10K/5K
LT IN
A GND
R8
1.00K
R24
1.00K
LOW
FREQ
5
4
C38
10pF
SW2
6
R22
221K
7
11
C12
390pF
4
C40
10pF
MID
FREQ
5
C26
390pF
CR2
10K
R13
1.00K
R14
1.00K
CR3
10K
R30
1.00K
HIGH
FREQ
6
1
DS1
3
4
2
1
5
R3
1.30K
C7
.039uF
3
C16
.22uF
1K/500
C25
3900pF
C11
3900pF
10K/5K
SW4
1
5
C15
.22uF
3
C1
.22uF
SW3
1
5
C2
.22uF
SW2
3
5
R2
10.0K
7
C21
.039uF
8
7
6
SLE-6000 Stereo
Input
Module
w/EQ
Schematic
- Sheet 1 of 1
5
Page 5-10
4
3
W# 700341
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
DWG. NO.
13S0099
D
SCALE
2
EQ/S-6000S PCB
SHEET
1
A
REV
1 OF 1
SCHEMATIC D RAWINGS
A-6000 / May 94
Page 5 - 11
97
98
99
MXM D
MONITOR
MONO 1
MONITOR
MONO 2
MONITOR
5
15
3
16
1
14
HI
EXT 2
LT LO
SH
HI
EXT 2
RT LO
9
11
10
12
7
8
15
16
5
6
1
2
CUE/SOLO
LOGIC
2
17
SH
SH
4
19
SH
HI
6
EXT 1
LT LO
EXT 1
RT LO
18
LOWER
DB-25
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
HI
SEND 2
MONITOR
N/C
SEND 1
MONITOR
N/C
UTL RT
MONITOR
N/C
UTL LT
MONITOR
112
96
MXM C
MONITOR
N/C
95
BUS
94
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
CT-5
111
110
109
108
107
106
105
MXM B
MONITOR
MXM A
MONITOR
N/C
CUE/SOLO
LT
MONITOR
CUE/SOLO
RT
MONITOR
N/C
AUX RT
MONITOR
N/C
AUX LT
MONITOR
N/C
AUD RT
MONITOR
N/C
AUD LT
MONITOR
104
103
PGM RT
MONITOR
N/C
101
BUS
+4dBu
BAL 2 U20
1
4
-V
+V
3 +7 5
+4dBu
BAL 2 U21
1
4
-V
+V
3 +7 5
+4dBu
BAL 2 U22
1
4
-V
+V
3 +7 5
+4dBu
BAL 2 U23
1
4
-V
+V
3 +7 5
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
C65
22µF
C64
22µF
C63
22µF
C62
22µF
C61
22µF
C60
22µF
C59
22µF
C58
22µF
C57
22µF
C56
22µF
C55
22µF
C54
22µF
C71
22µF
C70
22µF
C69
22µF
C68
22µF
C67
22µF
C66
22µF
SSM 2143
-2dBu
C12
6 + 22µF
SSM 2143
-2dBu
C16
22µF
6 +
SSM 2143
-2dBu
C17
6 + 22µF
SSM 2143
-2dBu
C35
6 + 22µF
-2dBu
R86
100
-2dBu
R85
100
-2dBu
R84
100
-2dBu
R83
100
-2dBu
R76
100
-2dBu
R75
100
-2dBu
R74
100
-2dBu
-2dBu
R73
100
R72
100
-2dBu
R71
100
-2dBu
R65
100
-2dBu
R66
100
-2dBu
R82
47
-2dBu
R81
47
-2dBu
R80
100
-2dBu
R79
100
-2dBu
R78
100
-2dBu
R77
100
R64
15K(1%)
R63
15K(1%)
R62
15K(1%)
R61
15K(1%)
R60
15K(1%)
R59
15K(1%)
R58
15K(1%)
R57
15K(1%)
R56
15K(1%)
R55
15K(1%)
R54
15K(1%)
R53
15K(1%)
R52
15K(1%)
R51
15K(1%)
R50
15K(1%)
R49
15K(1%)
R48
15K(1%)
R47
15K(1%)
R39
15K(1%)
R37
15K(1%)
R35
15K(1%)
R33
15K(1%)
R31
15K(1%)
R28
15K(1%)
5
3
2
1
12
13
V SS
8
6
U16
7
5
3
2
1
12
13
6
INH
8
V SS
U17
7
5
3
2
1
12
13
V SS
8
INH
6
U18
7
5
3
2
1
12
13
9
4
10
15
11
14
8
6
4053
D
V SS
U19
7
INH
16
D
5
3
2
1
12
13
D
D
V DD V EE
9
4
10
15
11
14
4053
16
D
D
V DD V EE
9
4
10
15
11
14
16
D
D
V DD V EE
9
4
10
15
11
4053
8
INH
16
14
4053
6
V SS
7
D
D
V DD V EE
9
4
10
15
D
5
3
2
1
12
13
V EE
8
V SS
U15
INH
16
11
4053
D
6
INH
7
V EE
U14
V DD
14
4053
9
4
10
15
11
14
16
V DD
4
7
2
50K
1
2
3
2
50K
1
2
4
50K
TL072
1
4
TL072
1
5+
U13b
TL072
7
33p
R46
15K(1%)
-2dBu
R44
15K(1%)
-V
C33
6
8
+V
33p
U13a
3+
2
C32
R45
15K(1%)
R43
15K(1%)
R41
15K(1%)
-2dBu
50K
TL072
7
2
1 CR 8 3
33p
4.7K
U12b
5+
R92
3.9K
R93
3.9K
R94
3.9K
SWITCHED RT
VU TRIM
R42
-V
C30
6
8
+V
2
1 CR 7 3
33p
4.7K
U12a
3+
50K
R91
3.9K
R90
3.9K
R89
3.9K
R88
3.9K
13
8
20
7
22
9
21
11
23
10
25
12
24
PGM
VU
RT
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
.1µF
C43
.1µF
C79
.1µF
C50
SWTCHD
VU
LT
RT
AUX
VU
LT
RT
AUD
VU
LT
RT
LOWER
DB-25
V EE
-5V
-V
+V
+5V
V DD
5
18
6
19
7
20
8
21
9
22
10
23
11
24
12
25
LT
UPPER
R87 DB-25
3.9K
SWITCHED LT
VU TRIM
R40
C29
2
2
TL072
7
AUX RT
VU TRIM
1 CR 6 3
33p
U11b
5+
6
C27
-V
R38
4.7K
3
50K
C26
CR 5
33p
+V
2
8
1
U11a
3+
TL072
4
4.7K
TL072
AUX LT
R36
VU TRIM
7
AUD RT
VU TRIM
1 CR 4 3
33p
U10b
5+
6
C24
-V
R34
4.7K
C23
CR 3 50K
33p
+V
2
8
1
U10a
3+
TL072
4
4.7K
TL072
AUD LT
R32
VU TRIM
U9b
5+
PGM RT
VU TRIM
1 CR 2 3
33p
PGM LT
50K VU TRIM
TL072
1
2
1 CR 1 3
33p
-V
R30
4.7K
C21
6
8
U9a
3+
2
+V
C20
R29 4.7K
.1µF
C42
.1µF
C52
.1µF
C78
.1µF
C49
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
V DD
OUT/IN Y
OUT/IN X
IN/OUT X1
IN/OUT X0
CNTRL A
CNTRL B
CNTRL C
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
N/C
+V
V OUT
SENSE
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
+V
OUT
+
.1µF
C41
.1µF
C45
.1µF
C76
.1µF
C48
Q5
.1µF
C22
.1µF
C25
2
C39
.1µF
1
79L05
.1µF
C28
.1µF
C31
3
Q4
78L05
C46
.1µF
1
+D
D
2
3
TO VU
LAMPS
33
34
37
38
51
52
55
56
2
7818
Q8
1
13
1
2
14
15
3
4
16
17
.1µF
C74
UPPER
DB-25
80
79
76
75
72
71
68
67
64
63
60
83
84
85
86
93
92
91
82
81
78
77
74
73
70
69
66
65
62
61
58
57
54
53
50
49
46
45
42
-V
+V
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
R
SH1 OF 2
13S0006
7305 Performance Dr.
Syracuse, NY 13212
MO-6000, MMS-6000A, UTS-6000A PCBs
S.A.
11-22-93
MO-6000 METER OUTPUT
A-6000 AUDIO CONSOLE
R68
3.3Ω
100µF
+ C53
100µF
+ C75
R69
3.3Ω
30
48
41
29
47
59
28
44
22
36
27
21
35
43
18
32
24
17
31
40
16
23
15
25
26
39
12
20
C73
C18 + C51
100µF 1
.1µF
Q7
3 7918 2
.1µF
.1µF
3
C72
100µF
C19 +
J
J
10
14
11
9
13
19
BUS
BUS
1.UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED ALL RESISTORS
ARE 1/4W 5 % AND ARE MEASURED IN OHMS.
2.PHASE SYMBOLS DENOTE SIGNAL POLARITY
IN PHASE
OUT OF PHASE.
.1µF
C40
.1µF
C34
.1µF
C44
.1µF
C47
1 2 3
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
7818 ;7819
IC PINOUT
OUT
+
-V
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
TL072 IC PINOUT
- IN
+ IN
-V
REFERENCE
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
SSM2143 IC PINOUT
V EE
V SS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
4053 IC PINOUT
IN/OUT Y1
IN/OUT Y0
IN/OUT Z1
IN/OUT Z
IN/OUT Z0
INHIBIT
IN
PGM LT
MONITOR
TO SHEET 2
IN
6
5
U11
4
3
2
1
6
74AC14
C14
1uF
D2 4148
PR
5
CK Q
D
6
CLR Q
Y1
74LS74
1 HZ OUTPUT
CT2/3
J2
1HZOUT
8
9
U12 10
74ACT08
C5
32.768kHz
C6
10pF
GND
TP1
C4
10pF
50pF
GND
GND
GND
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
12
VDD 16
1 Q12
VDD 16
1 B
VCC 14
1 Ia
VCC 14
1 CLRa VCC 14
2 D2
QF 15
2 Q13
Q10 15
2 QB
2 I2a
I2d 13
2 I2a
I2d 13
2 Oa
If 13
2 Da
CLRb 13
3 LT
QG 14
3 Q14
Q8 14
3 QA
CL 14
3 Oa
I1d 12
3 Oa
I1d 12
3 Ib
Of 12
3 CKa
Db 12
4 BI
QA 13
4 Q6
Q9 13
4 DN
BO 13
4 I1b
Od 11
4 I1b
Od 11
4 Ob
Ie 11
4 PRa
CKb 11
5 LE
QB 12
5 Q5
RST 12
5 UP
CO 12
5 I2b
I2c 10
5 I2b
I2c 10
5 Ic
Oe 10
5 Qa
PRb 10
6 D3
QC 11
6 Q7
CLK 11
6 QC
LD 11
6 Ob
I1c 9
6 Ob
I1c 9
6 O2c
Id 9
6 Qa
Qb 9
7 D0
QD 10
7 Q4
RTC 10
7 QD
C 10
7 VSS
Oc 8
7 VSS
Oc 8
7 VSS
Od 8
7 VSS
Qb 8
8 VSS
QE 9
8 VSS
CTC 9
8 VSS
D 9
VCC
C2
0.1uF
74AC14
1 HZ INPUT
CT2/2
74LS74
J1
1HZIN
16
15
3
2
1
18
17
4
14
C
GND
A
B
C
D
LD
UP
DN
CL
QA
QB
QC
QD
3
2
6
7
BO 13
CO 12
GND
7
1
2
6
3
4
5
U5
D0
D1
D2
D3
LT
BI
LE
QA
QB
QC
QD
QE
QF
QG
R32
475
R33
475
R34
475
R15
475
R14
475
13
12
11
10
9
15
14
C10
0.1uF
15
1
10
9
11
5
4
14
GND
VCC
U8
A
B
C
D
LD
UP
DN
CL
QA
QB
QC
QD
3
2
6
7
BO 13
CO 12
7
1
2
6
3
4
5
U12
74ACT08
3
3
U11
4
74AC14
C24
0.001uF
GND
C13
0.1uF
GND
C17
0.1uF
GND
VCC
C18
0.1uF
GND
GND
a
f g
13
9
7
12
5
6
8
10
11
e
a
f g
b
e
d c dp
1
2
3
4
5
b
d c dp
6
7
8
1
2
GND
R9
475
R28
475
R30
475
R31
475
R11
475
13
12
11
10
9
15
14
R29
475
9
GND
0-9
15
1
10
9
11
5
4
14
VCC
U7
VCC
A
B
C
D
LD
UP
DN
CL
QA
QB
QC
QD
7
1
2
6
3
4
5
3
2
6
7
BO 13
CO 12
GND
R5
475
U3
D0
D1
D2
D3
LT
BI
LE
QA
QB
QC
QD
QE
QF
QG
R4
475
R24
475
R25
475
R26
475
R7
475
R6
475
13
12
11
10
9
15
14
15
1
10
9
11
5
4
14
GND
4
5
U12
74ACT08
6
VCC
U6
VCC
0-5
U13 3
74ACT00
A
B
C
D
LD
UP
DN
CL
QA
QB
QC
QD
RESTART
11
U12
74ACT08
4148 D3
R37
100
CT1/8
BO 13
CO 12
U11
8
74AC14
C26
0.001uF
4
5
1
U11
2
12
13
74AC14
U13 11
74ACT00
QA
QB
QC
QD
QE
QF
QG
R1
475
R20
475
R22
475
R23
475
R3
475
R21
475
13
12
11
10
9
15
14
0-9
74HC4511
B
U13 6
74ACT00
D5 1N4002W
DIG.COM
DIG.COM
4148 D1
CT1
1
2
3
GND
4
VCC
HOLD
CT1/2
HOLD
R41
100
5
11
C15
1uF
GND
AGND
C
R2
475
U2
D0
D1
D2
D3
LT
BI
LE
GND
C3
100uF
AGND
7
1
2
6
3
4
5
3
2
6
7
74HC192
9
GND
CT1/5
CT1/6
+DIGin
F1
POLYSW
.3A
C8
0.1uF
D4
1N4002W
VCC
Q1
+DIG
1
C7
330uF
VIN OUT
GND
3
2 LM2940
5
C9
0.1uF
C1
100uF
GND
4
POWER INTERFACE
CT1/7
GND
VCC
RESTART
A
GND
C25
0.1uF
GND
74HC4511
74HC192
D
VCC
C23
0.1uF
GND
A 15
DS2
COM1 14
COM2
dp1 4
dp2
d
d
17
dp
g2 dp c
e g1 18
e
c
f1
f2
e1 1
e2
g
g
d1 2
d2 b
f
f
b
c1 3
c2
b1 15
b2
a
a
a1 16
a2
GND
AGND
C21
0.1uF
GND
R10
475
QA
QB
QC
QD
QE
QF
QG
VCC
VDD 16
SECONDS
R8
475
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
VCC
C20
0.1uF
GND
18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
U4
D0
D1
D2
D3
LT
BI
LE
VCC
C19
0.1uF
7DISPLAY
SEGMENT
PINOUT
+DIG IN
R43
1.00K
RESET
R40
10.0K
12
13
1uF C22
CT1/1
VCC
VCC
R36
10.0K
R35
100
RESET
AGND
C16
0.1uF
GND
GND
VCC
VCC
VCC
74HC4511
74HC192
1
2
C12
0.1uF
VCC
GND
0-5
B
GND
11
10
8
6
5
12
7
9
13
a2
a1
a
a
b2
b1
c2
c1
b
b
f
f
d2
d1
g
g
e2
e1
f2
f1 e
c
c
e
g2
g1
dp
dp
d
d
dp2
dp1
COM2
COM1
74HC4511
74HC192
VCC
C11
0.1uF
R27
475
DS1
VCC
R44
100
15
1
10
9
11
5
4
14
VCC
U9
VCC
R12
475
VCC
VCC
GND
R13
475
VCC
1 D1
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1 I1a
VCC
MINUTES
U10
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
74HC192
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
VCC 14
74HC4060
PR
9
CK Q
D
8 1HZ
CLR Q
74HC4060
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
f1
g1
a1
b1
COM1
COM2
f2
a2
b2
10
11
12
13
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1
74HC4511
IC PINOUT
74LS74
IC PINOUT
e1
d1
c1
dp1
e2
d2
g2
c2
dp2
13
U11
74AC14
IC PINOUT
2
1 I1a
GND
VCC
3
74AC08
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
U1
12 RST
Q4 7
11 CLK
Q5 5
Q6 4
Q7 6
9 CTC
Q8 14
10 RTC
Q9 13
Q10 15
Q12 1
Q13 2
Q14 3
R17
10M
U10
4
74AC00
IC PINOUT
R16
330K
CT1/3 START/STOP
D
VCC
R39
4.99K
R38
475
START/
STOP
R19
10M
VCC
5
R45
100
7
R18
10M
8
8
Wheatstone/Oct 2000
U11
74AC14
R42
1.00K
10
9
10
RESET
HOLD
START/STOP
VCC
+DIGin
6
U13 8
74ACT00
7
8
TO
TIMER
CONTROL
GND
7
6
Timer Schematic - Sheet 1 of 1
5
Page 6-9
GND
GND
RESTART
CT2
CT1/1
CT1/2
CT1/3
CT1/4
CT1/5
CT1/6
CT1/7
CT1/8
RESET
HOLD
START/
STOP
+5V
+DIG IN
DIG.COM
DIG.COM
RESTART
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1HZIN
1HZOUT
GND
GND
+DIGin
+DIGin
CT2/1
CT2/2
CT2/3
CT2/4
CT2/5
CT2/6
CT2/7
CT2/8
TO CLOCK
N/C
1HZ INPUT
1HZ OUTPUT
N/C
DIG.COM
DIG.COM
+DIG IN
+DIG IN
APPROVALS
DRAWN
SA
CHECKED
DATE
10-24-00
ISSUED
3
TM-6
CONTRACT NO.
W# 700248
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
DWG. NO.
00S0008D
D
SCALE
2
A
TM-6SD PCB
SHEET
1
REV
1 OF 1
R86
3.92K
3
2
A-6000/Aug 2001
CR-6000 Control
Room
Module
Schematic
- Sheet 1 of 5
5
Page 5-20
1
V-
3
SW4
2
5
AGND
6
HDPN
PRE/POST
HDPN
V-
4
3
RT
V+
V+
VV+
V+
+ +
SSM2142
U46
gnd 5
V-
R172
3.3
1
2
-2dBu
C88 22uF
R130
10.0K
AGND
5532
U31
+
4
C175
68pF
14
6
11
X_Y
X 13
INH
Y 12
U28
S 4053
8
6
5
AGND
4
4
7
V-
X
Y
6
X_Y 4
INH 6
9
U29
4053 S
5
UDB5
D
AGND
AGND
CR2LTOUTHI
UDB15
CR2LTOUTLO
UDB3
+4dBu BAL
1
2
C177
68pF
AGND
C176
68pF
UDB16
HI
LO LT
OUT
SH
CR
OUTB
AGND
AGND
7
8
CR2RTOUTHI
UDB1
CR2RTOUTLO
UDB14
+4dBu BAL
1
2
C160
68pF
C138
68pF
UDB2
HI
LO RT
OUT
SH
C
AGND
AGND
7
8
HDPNLTOUTLO
UDB9
HDPNLTOUTHI
UDB21
+4dBu BAL
1
2
C171
68pF
AGND
C152
68pF
UDB22
LO
HI LT
OUT
SH
HDPN
OUT
AGND
AGND
7
8
HDPNRTOUTLO
UDB20
HDPNRTOUTHI
UDB7
+4dBu BAL
1
2
C172
68pF
C154
68pF
UDB8
LO
HI RT
OUT
SH
AGND
AGND
V-2dBu
C86 22uF
-2dBu
8
2
3
AGND
B
C103 22uF
5532
U36
+
4
-2dBu
V+
5532
U35
+
4
1
3
5
X
Y
X_Y 4
INH 6
U28 S 9
4053
8
2
GND
3
AGND
7
V-
3
DPDT
SLIDE
PINOUTSWITCH
4
APPROVALS
DRAWN
CHECKED
W# 700255
C2 5
3 NO1 NO2 6
V-
CR-6000
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
DWG. NO.
13S0077E
D
SCALE
2
1 NC1 NC2 4
2 C1
1
DATE
SA 8-10-01
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
-2dBu
V+
5532
U36
+
CONTRACT NO.
ISSUED
V-
-2dBu
R145
4.99K
AGND
AGND
V+
5532
U35
+
3
5
R128
2.00K
1
R142
10.0K
X_Y
X 1
INH
Y 2
U28
S 4053
UDB17
C174
68pF
7
8
V+
C104
10pF
15
6
10
8
R122
4.99K
-2dBu
V+
R121
2.00K
3
-2dBu
V+
8
2
R123
4.99K
V-
C87 22uF
C90
10pF
7
PHASE
R124
2.00K
4
AGND
R127
4.99K
R125
2.00K
AGND
V-
5
CR1RTOUTLO
HI
LO RT
OUT
SH
C109
10pF
C142
0.1uF
V+
5532
U31
+
UDB4
C108
10pF
C143
0.1uF
R129
10.0K
6
CR1RTOUTHI
POLYSW
.17A
C91
33pF
X_Y
X 13
INH
Y 12
U29
S 4053
CR
OUTA
AGND
+4dBu BAL
5
SLIDESW
LT
V+
+ +
SSM2142
U45
gnd -
UDB19
HI
LO LT
OUT
SH
R146
4.99K
R173
3.3
AGND
8
GND
6
4
1uF C146
C156
68pF
7
8
AGND
R131
1.0M
14
6
11
X_Y
X
INH
Y
U29
S 4053
EQIN
7
3
UDB6
F1
V+
R73
2.43K
5
AGND
V-
V-
3
AGND
1
3
4
6
R126
4.99K
AGND
1
2
R80
1.30K
10K
CT10
R81
1.30K
100uF C67
2
+4dBu
R143
10.0K
4
7
1
AGND
R174
40.2K
R82
1.30K
C60
.022uF
15
6
10
R74
4.99K
R75
4.99K
AGND
5532
U23
+
CT18
C62
.22uF
2
V+
+ +
SSM2142
U50
gnd V-
R198
40.2K
5
C164
0.1uF
R144
1.0M
6
-2dBu
V+
C63
.22uF
1
POLYSW
.17A
C105
33pF
8
3
R195
3.3
C165
0.1uF
AGND
R76
4.99K
10K
CT9
C61
.022uF
4
R196
3.3
C132
33pF
1
LM675
U37
+
AGND
C58
.022uF
V-
-14dBu
C38 22uF
R79
4.99K
V+
R18
40.2K
C36
10pF
100uF C37
10K 6 5
CT1 4
6
5
V-
V+p
5 C133 1uF
2
R72
4.99K
4
7
V-
R77
2.43K
F13
AGND
C64
.22uF
10K
CT9
AGND
-2dBu
AGND
8
6
6
5
2
V+
+ +
SSM2142
U49
gnd 5
4
4
UDB18
CR1LTOUTLO
AGND
AGND
AGND
GND
HDPN
LEVEL
V-
AGND
+4dBu
1uF C167
AGND
6
4
3
1
R78
4.99K
C59
.022uF
5
4
1
100uF C66
4
5
C68
10pF
3
AGND
V+
6
-2dBu
V+
5532
U23
+
V+
8
5532
U34
+
8
2
V-
-14dBu
C6 22uF
AGND
GND
10K
CT10
R83
1.30K
R84
40.2K
R141
4.99K
V+
C101
10pF
V-
AGND
6
AGND
10K 3 2
CT1 1
V-
X_Y 15
INH 6
10
U27
4053 S
4
1
100uF C35
R17
10.0K
X
Y
5532
U34
+
R85
10.0K
X_Y
INH
U27 S
4053
3
-2dBu
V+
3
V-
AGND
HDPN
MONO
12345
C65
.22uF
V-
X
Y
14
6
11
R116
4.99K
A
1
LM675
U42
+
SW5
SLIDESW
R119
4.99K
R139
2.00K
R96
2.00K
1
2
X_Y
INH
U27 S
4053
X
Y
8
2
R115
2.00K
R95
4.99K
HDPN
INTERRUPT
-MUTE
13
12
AGND
GND
4
6
9
3
V+
R170
40.2K
R202
40.2K
VIEWED
FROM
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
SIDE)
C84
10pF
R118
2.00K
R140
4.99K
3
5
R120
10K
V+
GND
R117
4.99K
GND
4
AGND
V-p
2
R197
1.0K
R97
10K
6
V-
R87
3.92K
C40
10pF
(COMPONENT SIDE)
1
2
3
+ +
SSM2142
U48
gnd 5
AGND
V+
V+
SW2
V-
R98
10K
4
V+p
5 C147 1uF
C145
330pF
4148 D5
C 9
3
4148 D19
HDPNON
B 10
8 VSS
4
4148 D18
B
7 VEE
V- 5
V-
V-
4148 D16
V+ 6
CRRT
LM675
IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
3CONNECTOR
PIN JST
PINOUT
1
2
3
4
5
6
4148 D14
1
2
3
4
3 GND
4 IN
7
C166
330pF
VIEWED
FROM
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
SIDE)
4148 D6
SOLO MUTED
HDPN MUTE
CUE/SOLO TO LT
CUE/SOLO TO RT
IN- 6
IN+ 5
AGND
R203
1.0K
6CONNECTOR
PIN JST
PINOUT
GND
4148 D4
4148 D17
3 IN+
4 V-
6
-2dBu
R88
10K
4148 D15
A 11
NOTE: PHASE SYMBOLS DENOTE SIGNAL POLARITY
IN PHASE
OUT OF PHASE
CUESOLOMUTE
4148 D3
CRMUTE_CR
Yc 12
6 INH
C144
33pF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
C157
68pF
AGND
V+
CR1LTOUTHI
+4dBu BAL
1
2
V-
GND
4148 D13
CRON
5 Ya
V-p
4148 D12
1 OUT- OUT+ 8
2 SNC- SNC+ 7
3
V+
4148 D11
V+ 8
OUT 7
CRLT
V-
4148 D10
5
V+
CUE TO LT
CUE TO RT
SOLO TO LT
SOLO TO RT
CUE MUTE
SOLO MUTE
CUE MUTED
4148 D9
SOLO_CR
GND
SW1
6
V-
7
8
4 X_Ya Xc 13
1 OUT
2 IN-
1
5532
U24
+
4
7
R201
40.2K
C
GND
4148 D8
AGND
R114
10K
8
R171
40.2K
4148 D7
CUE_CR
R93
10K
6
5
AGND
R94
10K
V+
C69
10pF
V-
8
ON
ON
ON
ON
AGND
3 Xa X_Yc 14
(COMPONENT SIDE)
V+
4
-14dBu
C41 22uF
10K 6 5
CT2 4
1
2
33
44
1
2
SSM2142
IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
5
V-
AGND
100uF C42
7
NE5532
IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
VDD 16
V+
5
5532
U33
+
1 Xb
2 Yb X_Yb 15
V-
6
4
CR
LEVEL
-2dBu
V+
V-
R19
10.0K
AGND
V+
5532
U24
+
4DIPSWITCH
POSITION
PINOUT
ON 14
ON 13
ON 12
ON 11
ON 10
ON 9
ON 8
3
V+
+ +
SSM2142
U47
gnd -
V+
C100
10pF
GND
8
AGND
3
AGND
-2dBu
6
4
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
V-
RTOUT
V+
AGND
R110
4.99K
-2dBu
V-
8
2
V+
X_Y 15
INH 6
U26 S 10
4053
-14dBu
C8 22uF
10K 3 2
CT2 1
V-
X
Y
100uF C7
1
R20
10.0K
X_Y
INH
U26 S
4053
V-
X
Y
4
R109
2.00K
1
2
14
6
11
3
5532
U33
+
R138
4.99K
AGND
2
X_Y 4
INH 6
9
U26
4053 S
-2dBu
V+
C81
10pF
13
12
R91
4.99K
R92
2.00K
X
Y
V+
R112
2.00K
R137
4.99K
LTOUT
R136
2.00K
-2dBu
3
5
8
V-
CUERTMONITOR
D
CR
INTERRUPT
-MUTE
R111
4.99K
CUELTMONITOR
1
22
33
44
55
66
77
1
74VHC4053N
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1
2
V+
7DIPSWITCH
POSITION
PINOUT
3
V-
4
V+
5
V-
6
V-
7
R113
4.99K
8
CR-6000SE PCB
SHEET
1
A
REV
1 OF 5
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
R158
11.0K
8
R200
10
R4
40.2K
R199
10
2
R159
11.0K
C113
33pF
CUE
LEVEL
V-
4
AGND
R134
4.99K
5532
U22
+
4
100uF C77
1
15
6
10
V-
X_Y
X 1
INH
Y 2
U25
S 4053
GND
1
8
6
AGND
5532
U32
+
5
4
AGND
7
V-
R155
40.2K
2
R154
1.0K
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1 NC1 NC2 4
2 C1
C2 5
3 NO1 NO2 6
3CONNECTOR
PIN JST
PINOUT
VIEWED
FROM
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
SIDE)
12345
VIEWED
FROM
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
SIDE)
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1 Xb
NE5532
IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
2 Yb X_Yb 15
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
C115
330uF
VDD 16
3 Xa X_Yc 14
SSM2142
IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
4 X_Ya Xc 13
(COMPONENT SIDE)
POLYSW
.3A
(COMPONENT SIDE)
5 Ya
Yc 12
1 OUT
V+ 8
1 OUT- OUT+ 8
1 REF
6 INH
A 11
2 IN-
OUT 7
2 SNC- SNC+ 7
2 IN-
V+ 7
7 VEE
B 10
3 IN+
IN- 6
3 GND
V+ 6
3 IN+
OUT 6
8 VSS
C 9
4 V-
IN+ 5
4 IN
V- 5
4 V- SENCE 5
C169
68pF
N/C 8
V-ss
+4dBu
F3
4
R176
3.3
1uF C134
AGND
C118
0.1uF
AGND
5
AGND
2
2
C120
330pF
1
LM675
U44
+
3
AGND
Z2
C5V1
5.1V
C71
1uF
C73
0.1uF
C72
1uF
C82
0.1uF
C74
0.1uF
C85
0.1uF
V+
R132
1.30K
Z1
C5V1
5.1V
C75
22uF
C76
22uF
C112
0.1uF
C110
0.1uF
C128
0.1uF
R135
1.30K
A
F5
C125
0.1uF
C83
0.1uF
C102
0.1uF
C106
0.1uF
C89
0.1uF
C107
0.1uF
C92
0.1uF
C173
0.1uF
C155
0.1uF
C161
0.1uF
C158
0.1uF
C39
0.1uF
C70
0.1uF
C96
0.1uF
C99
0.1uF
C159
0.1uF
C139
0.1uF
C170
0.1uF
C151
0.1uF
C140
100uF
C141
100uF
C149
100uF
C153
100uF
Vee
V-
8
A-6000/Aug 2001
7
6
CR-6000 Control
Room
Module
Schematic
- Sheet 2 of 5
V+in
POLYSW
.3A
120/85
V+in
120/86
AGND
F4
V-in
120/83
V-in
120/84
POLYSW
.3A
5
Page 5-20a
4
1
2
AGND
3
LT
B
SPKR
RT
F2
AGND
R181
3.3
C122
0.1uF
R182 POLYSW
.17A
3.3
C121
0.1uF
AGND
NOTE: PHASE SYMBOLS DENOTE SIGNAL POLARITY
IN PHASE
OUT OF PHASE
POLYSW
.3A
Vdd
CT13
AGND
4
1uF C137
AGND
AGND
F8
V-p
C117
0.1uF
+4dBu
AGND
C163
330uF
R175 POLYSW
.17A
3.3
V+c
5 C123 1uF
R157
1.0K
POLYSW
.3A
C131
330uF
3
AGND
CUE
MONO
F9
V+p
LM675
U43
+
SW3
SLIDESW
POLYSW
.3A
AGND
AGND
R180
40.2K
V+ss
F10
LDB11
C150
68pF
C136
33pF
POLYSW
.3A
AGND
F6
V-c
SSM2143
IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
POLYSW
.3A
UDB10
C
LO
HI RT
OUT
SH
V+
(COMPONENT SIDE)
74VHC4053N
IC PINOUT
F11
6
4
3
1
1
R179
40.2K
DPDT
SLIDE
PINOUTSWITCH
LM675
IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
C95
330uF
F7
R178
40.2K
R156
40.2K
C119
330pF
V+c
UDB23
CUERTOUTHI
V+c
5 C116 1uF
CUESOLOMUTE
6CONNECTOR
PIN JST
PINOUT
1
2
AGND
V-
B
CUE
OUT
CUERTOUTLO
+4dBu BAL
-2dBu
V+
AGND
R177
40.2K
3
V+
LDB25
LO
HI LT
OUT
SH
AGND
C135
33pF
2
AGND
V-
UDB24
C148
68pF
7
8
C98
10pF
8
5
UDB12
CUELTOUTHI
V+
-14dBu
C3 22uF
C168
68pF
V-c
V-
10K 6 5
CT8 4
AGND
5532
U41
+
4
100uF C124
6
1
2
V-c
V+
-2dBu
V+
-2dBu
V+
+ +
SSM2142
U53
gnd -
CUELTOUTLO
+4dBu BAL
AGND
3
R90
4.99K
3
V-
7
8
X_Y
X 3
INH
Y 5
U25
S 4053
R15
40.2K
R148
11.0K
3
AGND
V+
5
SSM2143
U38
+
1
4
AGND
V-
C129
33pF
120/53
2
V-
CUE/SOLORTACN
5
AGND
C34
10pF
7
-2dBu
V+
V2
8
3
V-
V+
+ +
SSM2142
U52
gnd -
6
V-
4
4
1
4
7
R3
10.0K
AGND
AGND
-2dBu
V+
5
4
6
9
6
5532
U32
+
3
TO
MO-6000
MODULE
-2dBu
V+
V+
8
V-
V+
D
AGND
V-
1
5532
U41
+
V-
6
V+
8
CUE/SOLORTACN
120/54
LT
10
V+
V-
X_Y
X
INH
Y
U25
S 4053
13
12
AGND
C
7
9
14
6
11
V-
4
100uF C93
7
V-
5532
U22
+
6
8
V-
5
AGND
AGND
5532
U40
+
4
6
V+
R133
4.99K
V-
-2dBu
V+
8
V+
AGND
10K 3 2
CT8 1
-14dBu
C5 22uF
CUERTMONITOR
-2dBu
V-
3
100uF C126
6
C97
10pF
R147
11.0K
3
C127
33pF
2
V-
CUE/SOLOLTACN
120/49
V+
8
V+
5
SSM2143
U39
+
1
4
AGND
V-
V+
7
2
-2dBu
R89
4.99K
V-
RT
CUE/
SOLO
MONOTOR
5
CUELTMONITOR
C4
10pF
4
V+
AGND
3
4
V-
5
2
7
R16
10.0K
D
V+
5532
U40
+
V-
6
1
-2dBu
V+
8
CUE/SOLOLTACN
120/50
V+
C111
33pF
CT15
CR-6000
CONTRACT NO.
APPROVALS
DRAWN
CHECKED
DATE
SA 8-10-01
ISSUED
3
W# 700255
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
DWG. NO.
13S0078E
D
SCALE
2
CR-6000SE PCB
SHEET
1
A
REV
2 OF 5
6
5
5
R34
220
R33
220
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
U6
11
12
8
74HC14
10
11
12
13
13
U5
74HC02
GND
R38
220
MXMASW
MXMALED
MXMCSW
MXMCLED
MXMDSW
MXMDLED
MXMBSW
MXMBLED
SEND1SW
SEND1LED
SEND2SW
SEND2LED
11
R8
1.00K
R37
220
3
C17
1uF
GND
13
1
R42
220
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
VCC 14
2 Oa
If 13
3 Ib
Of 12
4 Ob
Ie 11
5 Ic
Oe 10
6 O2c
Id 9
7 VSS
Od 8
C49
1uF
GND
5
6
U11
2
8
9
74HC14
3
R65
1.00K
R44
220
1 Ia
12
10
11
12
13
4
U7
74HC02
4
3
2
1
10
U7
74HC02
GND
R43
220
74HC14
IC PINOUT
U6
74HC14
C50
1uF
GND
1
U7
74HC02
GND
R66
1.00K
15
2
3
10
74HC14
C20
1uF
GND
U6
4
3
2
1
GND
R10
1.00K
14
B
9
R39
220
2
10
U5
74HC02
U11
4
11
12
74HC14
10
11
12
13
13
U7
74HC02
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
11
12
74HC74
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
8
U10
74HC30
2
3
U12
74HC02
R45
220
R46
220
EXT2
A
PR
5
CK Q
D
6
CLR Q
74HC74
EXT3
1
3 CKa
Db 12
CKb 11
5 Qa
PRb 10
6 Qa
Qb 9
7 VSS
Qb 8
C11
0.1uF
8
A-6000/Aug 2001
3
4
5
6
PR
9
CK Q
D
8
CLR Q
74HC74
EXT4
7
8
EXT4
9
10
11
U8
12
PR
5
CK Q
D
6
CLR Q
74HC74
MXMA
13
GND
10
11
12
13
PR
9
CK Q
D
8
CLR Q
74HC74
SEND2
8
5
6
74HC14
4
U16
74HC02
4
3
2
1
PR
5
CK Q
D
6
CLR Q
74HC74
MONO1
10
11
12
13
PR
9
CK Q
D
8
CLR Q
74HC74
MONO2
4
3
2
1
PR
5
CK Q
D
6
CLR Q
74HC74
PGM
10
11
12
13
PR
9
CK Q
D
8
CLR Q
74HC74
AUD
4
3
2
1
PR
5
CK Q
D
6
CLR Q
74HC74
AUX
10
11
12
13
PR
9
CK Q
D
8
CLR Q
74HC74
UTL
GND
74HC02
IC PINOUT
U9
PR
5
CK Q
D
6
CLR Q
74HC74
MXMD
GND
3
1 Oa
VCC 14
2 I1a
Od 13
3 I2a
I2d 12
4 Ob
I1d 11
5 I1b
Oc 10
6 I2b
I2c 9
7 VSS
I1c 8
MXMD
U9
PR
9
CK Q
D
8
CLR Q
74HC74
MXMB
MXMB
1 I1
VCC 14
9
2 I2
N/C 13
3 I3
I8 12
4 I4
I7 11
5 I5
N/C 10
6 I6
N/C 9
13
U11
8
9
U12
74HC02
12
11
12
74HC14
C47
0.001uF
11
U17
6
2
3
U18 1
74HC02
U17
5
6
8
4
U18
74HC02
U17
8
9
10
74HC14
10
U18
74HC02
GND
13
C52
1uF
GND
13
U16
74HC02
GND
R68
1.00K
7 VSS OUT 8
11
12
74HC14
C53
1uF
GND
4
74HC14
C51
1uF
R69
1.00K
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
U17
GND
R67
1.00K
74HC30
IC PINOUT
10
U16
74HC02
GND
5
GND
8
9
74HC14
C56
1uF
GND
2
74HC14
C54
1uF
GND
U17
GND
R71
1.00K
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
MXMC
C55
1uF
R70
1.00K
15
U8
PR
9
CK Q
D
8
CLR Q
74HC74
MXMC
1
R51
1.00K
14
MXMA
U17
11
12
12
74HC14
13
U18
74HC02
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
11
12
10
13
U12
74HC02
GND
U13
D
U14
SEND2
U15
MONO1
U15
MONO2
C
U19
PGM
U19
AUD
U20
AUX
B
U20
UTL
8
74HC30
VCC
C12
0.1uF
GND
CR-6000
CONTRACT NO.
VCC
GND
MONO1SW
MONO1LED
MONO2SW
MONO2LED
PGMSW
PGMLED
AUDSW
AUDLED
AUXSW
AUXLED
UTLSW
UTLLED
2
EXT3
U4
4
U12
74HC02
C46
1uF
U11
SEND1
CLRb 13
4 PRa
VCC
U16 1
74HC02
PR
5
CK Q
D
6
CLR Q
74HC74
SEND1
CT6
1 CLRa VCC 14
2 Da
74HC14
9
R49
1.00K
U4
5
6
1
2
3
6
U14
4
3
2
1
GND
R47
220
PR
9
CK Q
D
8
CLR Q
74HC74
EXT2
VCC
R40
220
1
8
9
6
4
3
2
1
GND
R41
220
CT5
U6
74HC14
C16
1uF
GND
4
U5
74HC02
GND
R7
1.00K
C
74HC14
C15
1uF
GND
5
6
4
GND
U11
U3
R48
220
R23
220
GND
R9
1.00K
R35
220
15
C44
1uF
10
11
12
13
C48
1uF
R52
220
14
3
R6
1.00K
GND
U6
RESET
R53
220
13
GND
5
R64
1.00K
R54
220
11
12
C57
100uF
EXT1
R55
220
10
74HC14
1
U5
74HC02
R56
220
9
2
3
VCC
R57
220
8
GND
2
1
U3
PR
5
CK Q
D
6
CLR Q
74HC74
EXT1
R58
220
7
MODESW
MODESWLED
STEREOLED
MONOLED
LTLED
RTLED
EXT3SW
EXT3LED
EXT4SW
EXT4LED
C45
1uF
4
3
2
1
R59
220
6
1
R22
1.00K
U6
VCC
R60
220
5
R5
4.99K
R61
220
4
EXT1SW
EXT1LED
EXT2SW
EXT2LED
R24
220
D
3
R25
220
2
R26
220
1
2
VCC
D1
4148
VCC
R36
220
CT3
3
R62
220
VCC
4
R63
220
7
R50
1.00K
8
VCC
C13
0.1uF
GND
VCC
C14
0.1uF
GND
VCC
C18
0.1uF
GND
C19
0.1uF
GND
7
VCC
VCC
C21
0.1uF
GND
VCC
C22
0.1uF
GND
VCC
C23
0.1uF
VCC
C24
0.1uF
GND
GND
6
VCC
C25
0.1uF
GND
CR-6000 Control
Room
Module
Schematic
- Sheet 3 of 5
VCC
C26
0.1uF
GND
VCC
C27
0.1uF
GND
VCC
C28
0.1uF
GND
5
Page 5-20b
VCC
C29
0.1uF
GND
VCC
C30
0.1uF
GND
VCC
C31
0.1uF
GND
VCC
C32
0.1uF
GND
4
VCC
C9
0.1uF
GND
VCC
C10
0.1uF
GND
C33
0.1uF
GND
APPROVALS
DRAWN
VCC
C79
0.1uF
GND
3
CHECKED
DATE
SA 8-10-01
ISSUED
W# 700255
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
DWG. NO.
13S0080E
D
SCALE
2
CR-6000SE PCB
SHEET
1
A
REV
3 OF 5
8
7
6
5
4
3
RTTOLT
LTTORT
R151
3.92K
R28
220
R27
220
R21
1.00K
GND
C43
1uF
GND
1
2
3
U2
STEREOLED
120/100
SOLOLOGIC
4
5
6
U2
CT7
VCC
11
LTLED
RTLED
120/102
CUELOGIC
5
GND
R11
1.00K
10
CUE_CR
2
VCC
74HC14
GND
EQIN
R14
220
B
GND
C1
1uF
GND
R163
3.92K
VCC
5
U21
PR
9
CK Q
D
8
CLR Q
74LS74
PHASE
120/104
2
4
5
R101
2.43K
R99
10
3
R103
1.00K
Q1
MMBTA05
6
GND
GND
GND
TALLY1
C78
1uF
GND
R186
3.92K
TALLY2
U30
PR
5
CK Q
D
6
CLR Q
74LS74
120/108
TALLY3/ST4MUTE
MMBTA05
Q2
MMBTA05
6
GND
GND
VCC
7
GND
MMBTA05
U51
TALLY2OUT_C
120/7
TALLY2OUT_E
GND
C80
1uF
GND
120/110
ONAIRTALLY
R192
3.92K
U30
PR
9 CRON
CK Q
D
8
CLR Q
74LS74
120/1
VCC
GND
TALLY3OUT_C
U51
A-6000/Aug 2001
2 LH1522 15
6CONNECTOR
PIN JST
PINOUT
TALLY3OUT_E
120/8
Qb 8
1 I1a
VCC 14
2 I2a
I2d 13
3 Oa
I1d 12
4 I1b
Od 11
5 I2b
I2c 10
6 Ob
I1c 9
7 VSS
Oc 8
MMBTA05
VCC
3
GND
ONAIRTALLYOUT_C
U51
120/5
14
4 LH1522 13
ONAIRTALLYOUT_E
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
16
2
14
3
12
4
10
MMBTA05
13
11
9
CR-6000
CONTRACT NO.
GND
DATE
SA 8-10-01
ISSUED
Page 5-20c
15
120/6
GND
5
B
LH1522AB
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROM
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
SIDE)
CHECKED
CR-6000 Control
Room
Module
Schematic
- Sheet 4 of 5
Qb 9
7 VSS
120/2
APPROVALS
DRAWN
6
PRb 10
6 Qa
16
R105
10.0K
7
5 Qa
74HC00
IC PINOUT
GND
8
CKb 11
Q12
R188
3.92K
CRON
Db 12
4 PRa
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
10
8 LH1522 9
1
R187
220
10
11
12
13
R107
220
5
120/4
Q13
R190
3.92K
R104
1.00K
R106
2.43K
4
TALLY1OUT_E
GND
R108
10
3
6 LH1522 11
GND
HDPNON
HDPHON
VCC
2
A
12
CLRb 13
3 CKa
Q10
R184
3.92K
R100
10.0K
1
U51
120/3
GND
GND
CT12
TALLY1OUT_C
Q11
R189
220
R102
220
4
3
2
1
1 CLRa VCC 14
2 Da
GND
GND
120/106
1
MC74LS74AN
IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
CRMUTE_CR
MMBTA05
PHASE
VCC
Q9
MMBTA55
R185
220
10
11
12
13
C
R169
10
R167
3.92K
Q7
R183
220
R1
1.00K
CT11
CRMUTE
EQIN
R13
220
15
GND
PR
5
CK Q
D
6
CLR Q
74LS74
120/118
R193
3.92K
14
EQINSW
EQINLED
PHASESW
PHASELED
U21
R194
3.92K
13
C2
1uF
PQ05SZ1 IC PINOUT
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
VCC
R191
3.92K
12
R2
220
11
4
3
2
1
R12
220
9
120/89
1 2 3
10
R161
3.92K
8
GND
D
120/88
120/90
GND
6
7
POLYSW
.3A
MMBTA55
MMBTA05
R165
3.92K
4
D2
1N4002W
Q8
2
C
C94
0.1uF
GND
RTTORT
U11
C162
22uF
120/87
R168
10
R166
3.92K
Q6
R162
3.92K
LTTOLT
1
11
C114 PQ05 3
0.1uF
+DIGin
GND
R164
3.92K
R31
220
U2
74LS37
3
F12
Vreg
1
VCC
8
U2
SOLO_CR
VCC
R160
3.92K
12
13
C130
100uF
GND
74LS37
PR
9
CK Q
D
8
CLR Q
74LS74
Q4
OUT VIN
GND
GND
MONOLED
R32
220
10
11
12
13
U1
Q5
2
MMBTA05
74LS37
9
10
VCC
Q3
R150
3.92K
74LS37
R153
10
R152
3.92K
MMBTA55
R149
3.92K
PR
5
CK Q
D
6
CLR Q
74LS74
R29
220
4
3
2
1
RESET
MODESW
MODESWLED
U1
R30
220
VCC
1
VCC
VCC
D
2
4
3
W# 700255
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
DWG. NO.
13S0081E
D
SCALE
2
CR-6000SE PCB
SHEET
1
A
REV
4 OF 5
8
7
6
5
4
3
CT17
AGND
DB-9
5
7
1
4
2
D
AGND
AGND
C
AGND
AGND
AGND
B
AGND
120 PIN EDGE CONNECTOR
120/1
120/3
120/5
120/7
120/9
120/11
120/13
120/15
120/17
120/19
120/21
120/23
120/25
120/27
120/29
120/31
120/33
120/35
120/37
120/39
120/41
120/43
120/45
120/47
120/49
120/51
120/53
120/55
120/57
120/59
120/61
120/63
120/65
120/67
120/69
120/71
120/73
120/75
120/77
120/79
120/81
120/83
120/85
120/87
120/89
120/91
120/93
120/95
120/97
120/99
120/101
120/103
120/105
120/107
120/109
120/111
120/113
120/115
120/117
120/119
TALLY2OUT_E
TALLY1OUT_C
ONAIRTALLYOUT_C
TALLY2OUT_C
PGMMUSICLTACN
PGMSPEECHLTACN
AGND
PGMMUSICRTACN
PGMSPEECHRTACN
AGND
AUDMUSICLTACN
AUDSPEECHLTACN
AGND
AUDMUSICRTACN
AUDSPEECHRTACN
AGND
AUXLTACN
AGND
AUXRTACN
AGND
UTLLTACN
AGND
UTLRTACN
AGND
CUE/SOLOLTACN
AGND
CUE/SOLORTACN
AGND
SEND1ACN
AGND
SEND2ACN
AGND
MXMAACN
AGND
MXMBACN
AGND
MXMCACN
AGND
MXMDACN
AGND
+48Vin
V-in
V+in
GND
+DIGin
TBTOSTUDIO1_2
TBSTUDIO2TO1
MXMBMONITOR
MXMDMONITOR
MONO2MONITOR
PGMLTMONITOR
PGMRTMONITOR
AUDLTMONITOR
AUDRTMONITOR
AUXLTMONITOR
AUXRTMONITOR
UTLLTMONITOR
UTLRTMONITOR
SEND1MONITOR
SEND2MONITOR
CT16
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
51
53
55
57
59
61
63
65
67
69
71
73
75
77
79
81
83
85
87
89
91
93
95
97
99
101
103
105
107
109
111
113
115
117
119
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
102
104
106
108
110
112
114
116
118
120
TALLY3OUT_C
TALLY1OUT_E
ONAIRTALLYOUT_E
TALLY3OUT_E
PGMMUSICLTACN
PGMSPEECHLTACN
AGND
PGMMUSICRTACN
PGMSPEECHRTACN
AGND
AUDMUSICLTACN
AUDSPEECHLTACN
AGND
AUDMUSICRTACN
AUDSPEECHRTACN
AGND
AUXLTACN
AGND
AUXRTACN
AGND
UTLLTACN
AGND
UTLRTACN
AGND
CUE/SOLOLTACN
AGND
CUE/SOLORTACN
AGND
SEND1ACN
AGND
SEND2ACN
AGND
MXMAACN
AGND
MXMBACN
AGND
MXMCACN
AGND
MXMDACN
AGND
BUSMINUSMONITOR
V-in
V+in
GND
+DIGin
TBSTUDIO1TO2
MXMAMONITOR
MXMCMONITOR
MONO1MONITOR
SOLOLOGIC
CUELOGIC
TALLY1
TALLY2
TALLY3/ST4MUTE
ONAIRTALLY
ST3MUTE
ST2MUTE
ST1MUTE
CRMUTE
TIMERRESTART
120/2
120/4
120/6
120/8
120/10
120/12
120/14
120/16
120/18
120/20
120/22
120/24
120/26
120/28
120/30
120/32
120/34
120/36
120/38
120/40
120/42
120/44
120/46
120/48
120/50
120/52
120/54
120/56
120/58
120/60
120/62
120/64
120/66
120/68
120/70
120/72
120/74
120/76
120/78
120/80
120/82
120/84
120/86
120/88
120/90
120/92
120/94
120/96
120/98
120/100
120/102
120/104
120/106
120/108
120/110
120/112
120/114
120/116
120/118
120/120
DB-9
3
6
9
8
CT19
UDB25
UDB24
UDB23
UDB22
UDB21
UDB20
UDB19
UDB18
UDB17
UDB16
UDB15
UDB14
AGND
CUELTOUTHI
CUERTOUTLO
AGND
HDPNLTOUTHI
HDPNRTOUTLO
AGND
CR1LTOUTHI
CR1RTOUTLO
AGND
CR2LTOUTHI
CR2RTOUTLO
25
24
23
22
13
12
11
10
9
21
8
20
7
19
6
18
5
17
4
16
3
15
2
14
1
AGND
CUELTOUTLO
AGND
CUERTOUTHI
HDPNLTOUTLO
AGND
HDPNRTOUTHI
CR1LTOUTLO
AGND
CR1RTOUTHI
CR2LTOUTLO
AGND
CR2RTOUTHI
EXT4RTLO
2
UPPER DB-25 CONNECTOR
AGND
EXT4LTHI
EXT4LTLO
3
4
UDB13
5
UDB12
6
UDB11
7
UDB10
8
UDB9
9
UDB8
10
UDB7
11
UDB6
12
UDB5
13
UDB4
14
UDB3
15
UDB2
16
UDB1
17
AGND
EXT3RTHI
EXT3RTLO
AGND
EXT3LTHI
EXT3LTLO
21
22
23
AGND
LDB25P13
24
25
26
LDB3
LDB16
LDB4
LDB17
LDB5
LDB18
LDB6
LDB20
EXT1RTLO
AGND
EXT1LTHI
EXT1LTLO
20
LDB2
LDB15
EXT2RTLO
AGND
EXT1RTHI
19
LDB14
LDB19
LDB7
LDB8
LDB21
LDB9
LDB22
LDB10
LDB23
LDB11
LDB24
LDB12
LDB25
LDB13
N/C
TO
LOWER
DB-25
CONNECTOR
CT4
1
2
LOWER DB-25 CONNECTOR
CT20
LDB25
LDB24
LDB23
LDB22
LDB21
LDB20
LDB19
LDB18
LDB17
LDB16
LDB14
AGND
EXT1LTHI
EXT1RTLO
AGND
EXT2LTHI
EXT2RTLO
AGND
EXT3LTHI
EXT3RTLO
AGND
EXT4LTHI
EXT4RTLO
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
LDB25P13
EXT1LTLO
AGND
EXT1RTHI
EXT2LTLO
AGND
EXT2RTHI
EXT3LTLO
AGND
EXT3RTHI
EXT4LTLO
AGND
EXT4RTHI
3
4
LDB13
5
LDB12
6
LDB11
7
LDB10
8
LDB9
9
LDB8
10
LDB7
11
LDB6
12
LDB5
13
LDB4
14
LDB3
15
LDB2
16
LDB1
17
18
19
20
AGND
21
22
23
24
25
26
GND
GND
Vcc
Vcc
RTTORT
RTTOLT
LTTOLT
LTTORT
EXT1
EXT2
EXT3
EXT4
SEND1
SEND2
MONO1
MONO2
MXMA
MXMC
MXMB
MXMD
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
AGND
AGND
TO
SS-6000
PCB
A
CHECKED
A-6000/Aug 2001
6
CR-6000 Control
Room
Module
Schematic
- Sheet 5 of 5
5
Page 5-20d
4
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
3
W# 700255
D
C
V+ss
V+ss
V-ss
B
V-ss
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
DWG. NO.
13S0079E
D
SCALE
2
LTOUT
AGND
RTOUT
AGND
AGND
SEND2MONITOR
AGND
SEND1MONITOR
AGND
UTLRTMONITOR
AGND
UTLLTMONITOR
AGND
AUXRTMONITOR
AGND
AUXLTMONITOR
AGND
AUDRTMONITOR
AGND
AUDLTMONITOR
AGND
PGMRTMONITOR
AGND
PGMLTMONITOR
AGND
MONO2MONITOR
AGND
MONO1MONITOR
AGND
MXMDMONITOR
AGND
MXMCMONITOR
AGND
MXMBMONITOR
AGND
MXMAMONITOR
V+ss
V+ss
V-ss
V-ss
CR-6000
DATE
SA 8-10-01
ISSUED
AGND
7
CT14
CONTRACT NO.
APPROVALS
DRAWN
8
1
40A
CONN
1
2
3
120
PIN
4
EDGE
CONNECTOR 5
120/119
6
7
120/117
8
9
120/115
10
11
120/113
12
13
120/111
14
15
120/109
16
17
120/107
18
19
120/105
20
21
120/103
22
23
120/101
24
25
120/99
26
27
120/98
28
29
120/97
30
31
120/96
32
33
120/95
34
35
120/94
36
120/86
37
120/85
38
120/84
39
120/83
40
LDB1
AGND
EXT2RTHI
AGND
EXT2LTHI
EXT2LTLO
18
LDB15
AGND
EXT4RTHI
1
2
CR-6000SE PCB
SHEET
1
A
REV
5 OF 5
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
D
D
RECORDSW
4
3
CT1
MODE
1
SWSPMRED
2
3
4
DS1
SEND1LED
4
AGND
3
SEND1SW
SEND2LED
SEND1
2
MONO2SW
4
3
VCC
VCC
MONO1
1
13
14
MONO2
15
SWSPMGRN
SW15
ONAIRLED
ON AIR LED
PGMLED
1
2
4
3
SW14
PGMSW
AUDLED
1
2
4
3
1
2
4
3
SW17
SEND2SW
AUXLED
1
2
4
SEND2
3
UTLLED
1
2
4
3
UTLSW
1
2
3
UTL
SWSPMYLW
4
5
6
4
3
VCC
CUELED
4
3
MXM B
SW10
MXMDLED
1
2
4
3
VCC
10
11
CUE
MXMDSW
CUE1SW
CUE1LED
MXM D
SWSPMRED
9
12
SWSPMYLW
SW20
1
2
4
3
CUE2SW
1
CUE2LED
4
CUE 1
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
2
3
CT4
1
MXMASW
MXMALED
MXMCSW
MXMCLED
MXMDSW
MXMDLED
MXMBSW
MXMBLED
SEND1SW
SEND1LED
SEND2SW
SEND2LED
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
14
15
15
APPROVALS
DRAWN
CHECKED
DATE
SA 7-15-99
ISSUED
AGND
A-6000/Jul 1999
6
5
SPS-6000 Super -Phone
Module
Switch
Card
Schematic
Page 5-5
Sheet 1 of 1
CUESW
CUELED
CUE1SW
CUE1LED
CUE2SW
CUE2LED
SPS-6000
CONTRACT NO.
7
B
6
SWSPMRED
A
8
C
15
CUE 2
SWSPMRED
SWSPMGRN
13
SW19
VCC
MXMBLED
MXMBSW
VCC
AGND
2
2
SWSPMGRN
VCC
VCC
SW11
1
MXM C
SWSPMRED
1
3
CUESW
VCC
MXM A
4
MXMCSW
VCC
MXMCLED
2
VCC
3
1
SW18
VCC
4
MXMASW
7
CT2
SW16
AUXSW
8
SW8
VCC
2
6
SWSPMGRN
SWSPMYLW
VCC
MXMALED
1
5
AUD
AUX
SWSPMGRN
VCC
VCC
AGND
3
4
AUDSW
7
SW9
AGND
MONO2LED
2
RIGHT LED
SW6
SWSPMRED
B
MONO1SW
SWSPMRED
VCC
2
3
PGM
VCC
VCC
SW7
1
2
4
ONAIRLED
MONO1SW
MONO1LED
MONO2SW
MONO2LED
PGMSW
PGMLED
AUDSW
AUDLED
AUXSW
AUXLED
UTLSW
UTLLED
1
EXT1SW
EXT1LED
EXT2SW
EXT2LED
RECORDSW
RECORDSWLED
RECORDLED
MONOLED
LTLED
RTLED
EXT3SW
EXT3LED
EXT4SW
EXT4LED
VCC
VCC
EXT4
AGND
1
SWSPMRED
RTLED
DS5
SWSPMYLW
MONO1LED
12
VCC
3
LTLED
11
SW12
VCC
4
EXT4SW
VCC
EXT4LED
2
DS4
VCC
VCC
SW5
LEFT LED
SW13
VCC
DS3
SWSPMYLW
1
MONO LED
VCC
EXT3
MONOLED
VCC
EXT3SW
10
VCC
3
9
VCC
2
4
VCC
C
1
8
VCC
VCC
DS2
VCC
VCC
EXT3LED
7
RECORD LED
EXT2
SWSPMYLW
SW4
RECORDLED
VCC
3
6
VCC
4
5
EXT2SW
VCC
EXT2LED
2
VCC
VCC
SW3
1
CT3
VCC
EXT1
SWSPMGRN
VCC
2
RECORDSWLED
VCC
3
SW1
1
VCC
4
EXT1SW
VCC
EXT1LED
2
VCC
VCC
SW2
1
4
3
W# 700182
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
DWG. NO.
13S0076
D
SCALE
2
SPS-6000A PCB
SHEET
1
A
REV
1 OF 1
CT3
7
CT3
9
EXT3RTLO 2
+4dBu BAL
EXT3RTHI 3
4
7
5
CT3 4
CT3
AGND
7
LO 14
RT HI 1
SH 2
2
1
3
CT3
2
CT3
1
CT3
3
EXT4RTLO 2
+4dBu BAL
EXT4RTHI 3
A
AGND
14
6
11
105
X_Y
X 13
INH U9 Y 12
SVHC4053
CT2 20
AUDLTMONITOR
CT2 19
107
CT2 18
6
-2dBu
C32 22uF
4
6
9
AGND
V-
109
X_Y
X 3
INH U8 Y 5
SVHC4053
CT2 16
AUDRTMONITOR
CT2 14
AUXLTMONITOR
6
-2dBu
C51 22uF
15
6
10
AGND
V-
113
X_Y
X 1
INH U8 Y 2
SVHC4053
CT2 12
AUXRTMONITOR
115
CT2
V+
5
6
-2dBu
C48 22uF
AGND
V-
14
6
11
GND
X_Y
X
INH U8 Y
SVHC4053
117
13
12
UTLLTMONITOR
8
CT2
7
CT2
6
CT2
5
UTLRTMONITOR
C39 22uF
C31 22uF
SEND1MONITOR
EXT1
EXT2
EXT3
EXT4
MXMA
MXMB
MXMC
MXMD
MONO1
MONO2
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
SEND1
SEND2
C40 22uF
-2dBu
AGND
R53
4.99K
4
6
9
X_Y
X 3
INH U12 Y 5
SVHC4053
15
6
10
X_Y
X 1
INH U12 Y 2
SVHC4053
14
6
11
X_Y
X 13
INH U12 Y 12
SVHC4053
4
6
9
X_Y
X 3
INH U11 Y 5
SVHC4053
X_Y
X
INH U11 Y
SVHC4053
1
2
14
6
11
X_Y
X
INH U11 Y
SVHC4053
13
12
4
6
9
X_Y
X 3
INH U10 Y 5
SVHC4053
AGND
A-6000/Jul 1999
R18
10K
R19
1.0M
3
2
4
AGND
4
6
9
X_Y
X 3
INH U14 Y 5
SVHC4053
14
6
11
X_Y
X 13
INH U14 Y 12
SVHC4053
GND
-2dBu
1
8
6
5
AGND
AGND
6
Source Select Card Schematic - Sheet 1 of 2
5
Page 1-1
4
5532
U2
+
4
C
V+
C2 100uF
7
RTOUT
V-
RTTORT
LTTORT
RTTOLT
LTTOLT
CT2 37
V+in
F2
POLYSW
.3A
CT2 38
C3
100uF
F1
POLYSW
.3A
C11
0.1uF
C49
0.1uF
C53
0.1uF
C42
0.1uF
C26
22uF
C9
22uF
CT1
3
CT1
4
CT1
5
CT1
8
CT1
6
CT1
7
CT1
(COMPONENT SIDE)
1 OUT
V+ 8
5 Ya
Yc 12
1 REF
2 IN-
OUT 7
6 INH
A 11
2 IN-
V+ 7
3 IN+
IN- 6
7 VEE
B 10
3 IN+
OUT 6
4 V-
IN+ 5
8 VSS
C 9
4 V- SENCE 5
N/C 8
APPROVALS
DRAWN
CHECKED
C41
0.1uF
C10
0.1uF
C50
0.1uF
C43
0.1uF
B
C6
0.1uF
C15
0.1uF
V-
C12
0.1uF
DATE
SA 7-16-99
ISSUED
W# 700279
C44
0.1uF
C8
0.1uF
C16
0.1uF
C35
0.1uF
Z2
C5V1
5.1V
Z1
C5V1
5.1V
C17
0.1uF
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
DWG. NO.
13S0048
D
SCALE
2
C13
0.1uF
SS-6000
CONTRACT NO.
SSM2143
IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
C46
0.1uF
Vee
VDD 16
3
CT1
Vdd
AGND
3 Xa X_Yc 14
1
2
V+
C4
100uF
AGND
4 X_Ya Xc 13
CT2
GND
CT2 39
83
CT2 40
84
TO
120CONN
PIN
120
PIN
EDGE
EDGE
CONN
2 Yb X_Yb 15
3
-2dBu
C54 22uF
V-in
NE5532
IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
CT2
AGND
V-
85
86
1 Xb
2
-2dBu
V+
5532
U19
+
3
CT2
4 CT2
R20
1.0M
X_Y
X
INH U14 Y
SVHC4053
1
2
VCC
8
1
R22
10K
V-
74VHC4053N
IC PINOUT
7
LTOUT
-2dBu
V-
C7
10pF
R29
10K
AGND
R30
10K
4
AGND
15
6
10
7
VIEWED
FROMSIDE)
ABOVE
(COMPONENT
(COMPONENT SIDE)
4
C1 100uF
1
-2dBu
V+
5532
U19
+
5
V+
5532
U2
+
V+
6
-2dBu
C14
10pF
8
2
V+
X_Y
X 1
INH U13 Y 2
SVHC4053
V-
R28
10K
R27
10K
15
6
10
V-
AGND
8
X_Y
X 3
INH U13 Y 5
SVHC4053
AGND
AGND
GND
4
6
9
R59
4.99K
8
1
2
X_Y
X 13
INH U3 Y 12
SVHC4053
X_Y
X 13
INH U13 Y 12
SVHC4053
7
C47
10pF
X_Y
X 3
INH U3 Y 5
SVHC4053
14
6
11
14
6
11
R21
10K
V-
4
AGND
D
R17
10K
C52
10pF
V+
V-
R58
4.99K
V+
V+
5532
U18
+
5
AGND
-2dBu
C45
10pF
1
2
V+
X_Y
X 13
INH U4 Y 12
SVHC4053
8
6
V-
14
6
11
X_Y
X
INH U3 Y
SVHC4053
V-
R56
4.99K
R26
4.99K
R37
4.99K
R36
4.99K
R35
4.99K
R34
4.99K
R33
4.99K
-2dBu
SEND2MONITOR
X_Y
X
INH U4 Y
SVHC4053
15
6
10
-2dBu
AGND
119
R25
4.99K
R1
100
R2
100
R3
100
R4
100
C30 22uF
-2dBu
9
CT2
C38 22uF
-2dBu
CT2 11
CT2 10
C29 22uF
-2dBu
CT2 13
V+
5
C37 22uF
-2dBu
CT2 15
111
R5
100
-2dBu
CT2 17
V+
5
R6
100
-2dBu
C28 22uF
15
6
10
15
6
10
4
AGND
1
V-
6
-2dBu
C33 22uF
X_Y
X 3
INH U4 Y 5
SVHC4053
3
R57
4.99K
CT2 21
4
6
9
V+
5532
U18
+
C55
10pF
CT2 22
C36 22uF
X_Y
X
INH U1 Y
SVHC4053
13
12
4
6
9
-2dBu
PGMRTMONITOR
14
6
11
8
2
V+
103
C27 22uF
X_Y
X 1
INH U1 Y 2
SVHC4053
-2dBu
R24
2.43K
AGND
9
10
11
12
17
19
18
20
15
16
21
22
23
24
13
14
25
26
PGMLTMONITOR
CT2 23
AGND
CT1
CT1
CT1
CT1
CT1
CT1
CT1
CT1
CT1
CT1
CT1
CT1
CT1
CT1
CT1
CT1
CT1
CT1
CT2 24
-2dBu
R32
4.99K
101
X_Y
X 1
INH U9 Y 2
SVHC4053
C25 22uF
R31
4.99K
15
6
10
AGND
V-
SSM2143
U20
+
1
4
6
V+
5
SSM2143
U21
+
1
4
6
EXT
4 IN
AGND
EXT4LTLO 2
+4dBu BAL
EXT4LTHI 3
V-
CT3
V+
B
5
4
6
V-
AGND
LO 3
LT HI 15
SH 16
V+
AGND
CT2 25
-2dBu
C34 22uF
AGND
V-
SSM2143
U15
+
1
MONO2MONITOR
15
6
10
NOTE: PHASE SYMBOLS DENOTE SIGNAL POLARITY
IN PHASE
OUT OF PHASE
R23
2.43K
8
CT2 26
-2dBu
X_Y
X
INH U1 Y
SVHC4053
V-
CT3
CT2 27
3
5
1
R55
4.99K
AGND
8
7
9
V-
LO 17
RT HI 4
SH 5
V+
7
CT2 28
MONO1MONITOR
4
6
9
2
R54
4.99K
EXT
3 IN
AGND
98
99
V+
5
SSM2143
U16
+
1
4
CT3 12
AGND
V-
X_Y
X
INH U9 Y
SVHC4053
3
5
C24 22uF
R52
4.99K
CT3 10
4
6
9
-2dBu
R51
4.99K
CT3 11
6
-2dBu
C21 22uF
C23 22uF
R50
4.99K
11
10
12
V-
LO 6
LT HI 18
SH 19
EXT3LTLO 2
+4dBu BAL
EXT3LTHI 3
MXMDMONITOR
R49
4.99K
7
V+
AGND
CT2 30
CT2 29
V+
5
SSM2143
U17
+
1
4
CT3 15
97
-2dBu
R48
4.99K
8
CT3 13
CT2 31
R47
4.99K
SH
CT3 14
CT2 32
C22 22uF
R46
4.99K
C
14
13
15
V-
LO 20
RT HI 7
96
MXMCMONITOR
R7
100
7
EXT2RTLO 2
+4dBu BAL
EXT2RTHI 3
V+
AGND
X_Y
X
INH U10 Y
SVHC4053
13
12
R8
100
EXT
2 IN
AGND
V-
SSM2143
U5
+
1
4
CT3 18
14
6
11
-2dBu
R9
100
CT3 16
EXT2LTLO 2
+4dBu BAL
EXT2LTHI 3
-2dBu
C5 22uF
C19 22uF
R10
100
CT3 17
MXMBMONITOR
R11
100
17
16
18
V-
LO 9
LT HI 21
SH 22
CT2 34
3
-2dBu
R12
100
7
V+
AGND
CT2 35
C18 22uF
R13
100
4
CT3 21
6
R44
4.99K
SSM2143
U6
+
1
MXMAMONITOR
4
R14
100
CT3 19
EXT1RTLO 2
+4dBu BAL
EXT1RTHI 3
1
2
CT2 33
V+
5
R43
4.99K
CT3 20
X_Y
X
INH U10 Y
SVHC4053
120
PIN
EDGE
120CONN
PIN
CONN TO
EDGE
CT2 36
94
95
R42
4.99K
20
19
21
V-
LO 23
RT HI 10
SH 11
AGND
V-
R41
4.99K
7
15
6
10
R40
4.99K
1 IN
V+
AGND
6
-2dBu
C20 22uF
5
R16
100
V+
4
CT3 24
D EXT
7 V+
5
SSM2143
U7
+
1
R39
4.99K
CT3 22
EXT1LTLO 2
+4dBu BAL
EXT1LTHI 3
R38
4.99K
CT3 23
V-
LOWER
LOWER
DB-25
CONN 26PIN
CONN
23
LO 12
LT HI 24 22
24
SH 25
6
R15
100
7
R45
4.99K
8
SS-6000S PCB
SHEET
1
A
REV
1 OF 2
2
3
4
RT
SH
1
CT-9
SH
LT
1
1
RN14
3.9K
2
2
+
+
-2dBu
1
3
7
8
7
1
2
8
TB 1
TB 2
COMMON TB 2
COMMON TB 1
D
4053
D
8
4
3
RN12
3.9K
D
7
RN12
3.9K
D
-V
8
D
+5V
D
-V
TB STU 2-STU 1 MUTE
D9
1N914
D
Q19
2N3903
6
5
RN12
3.9K
+
C11
100µF
Q20
2N3903
1
+5V
5
R34
100
8
RN10
3.9K
7
7
D
D
CR TB
INTRPT
FET SW
D
CR TB
INTRPT
FET SW
+V
+5V
V DD
STU 2(4) MUTE
STU 1(3) MUTE
C47
.1µF
6
INH
4053
D
8
V SS
8
V EE
-5V
-V
7
8
7
10p
-V
C20
22µF
C31
22µF
5
+
CR3
5K
+
C37
100µF
2
R16
10K(1%)
C6
22µF
+
4
+V
C30
+
U8a
C41
.1µF
C42
.1µF
D7
1N914
D8
1N914
C40
.1µF
C43
.1µF
C28
.1µF
C22
.1µF
6
+V
C25
.1µF
C17
.1µF
C59
.1µF
C27
.1µF
C16
Q17
78L05
C18
1
79L05
Q18
2
C83
C81
.1µF
C78
.1µF
.1µF
.1µF
.1µF
.1µF
C80
C75
+ 22µF
3
.1µF
C76
.1µF
3
R37
10K
(1%)
+5V
5532
6
8
4053
D D
INH
7
2
1
5
3
12
OUT
+
-V
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
+V
OUT
+
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
5532 IC PINOUT
IN
IN
.1µF
C88
.1µF
.1µF
C91+ 100µF
C92
C79 1
.1µF
Q22
3 7918 2
.1µF
5
-V
C87
1
7
2
U36
C85
2
7818
C77
100µF
+
3
+V
-V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
+FORCE
+SENSE
CNY74-4 IC PINOUT
8
7
6
5
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
1
2
3
4
SSM2142 IC PINOUT
-FORCE
-SENSE
GND
V IN
V EE
V SS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
OUT/IN Y
OUT/IN X
IN/OUT X1
IN/OUT X0
CNTRL A
CNTRL B
CNTRL C
V DD
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
4053 IC PINOUT
IN/OUT Y1
IN/OUT Y0
IN/OUT Z1
IN/OUT Z
IN/OUT Z0
INHIBIT
12345
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
LM675 IC PINOUT
1 2 3
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
7818 ;7819
IC PINOUT
N/C
N/C
N/C
1 BAL
8+4dBu
2142
1 BAL
2
5 SSM
U24
2
5 SSM
U23
-V
1
8
3
-V
R56
3.3Ω
100µF
+ C89
100µF
+ C90
N/C
N/C
R58
3.3Ω
R59
3.3Ω
+4dBu
BAL
2142
6
5
STU 1
PRE
OUT
STU 2
PRE
OUT
N/C
13
40
39
38
37
CT-9
83
84
85
86
BUS
5
9
4
-V
+V
-V
+V
SH
LO OUT
TB
SH
HI
LO RT
STU 2
OUT
2
HI
SH
LO LT
HI
SH
LO RT
HI
SH
LO LT
HI
14
1
16
3
15
5
17
4
19
6
18
SH
STU 1
OUT
8
HI
SH
LO LT
HI
SH
LO RT
HI
SH
LO RT
BUS DB-9
1 BAL
8+4dBu
2142
2
5 SSM
U29
R57
3.3Ω
1 BAL
2
5 SSM
U28
-V
+V
6
4+ 7
3
HI
LO LT
20
7
22
9
21
11
23
10
25
12
24
UPPER
DB-25
R
SH1 OF 3
13S0009A
7305 Performance Dr.
Syracuse, NY 13212
SC-6000A, MMS-6000A, SS-6000 PCBs
S.A.
01-27-94
SC-6000 STU CONTROL MDL
A-6000 AUDIO CONSOLE
N/C
1 BAL
2
5 SSM
U27
8+4dBu
2142
-V 2142
+V
6
4+ 7
8+4dBu
3
8+4dBu
1 BAL
2
5 SSM
+V
6
4+ 7
3
2142
7
U26
+V
6
4+
-V
SSM 2142
3
.1µF
C86
Q21
+V
6
-2dBu
4+
-2dBu
5532
-V
4
7
10p
.1µF
C84
5+
8
+V
U19b
U6b
5+
5532
3
-2dBu
5532
1
10p
R52
10K(1%)
C66
7
-2dBu
U19a
3+
10p
4
R51
10K(1%)
C65
6
-V
-V 2142
+V
6
4+ 7
8+4dBu
3
8+4dBu
1 BAL
2
5 SSM
U22
+V
6
4+ 7
3
+V
6
4+ 7
-V 2142
+V
6
-V
4+ 7
5532
8+4dBu
-2dBu
U25
1 BAL
3
2
5 SSM
7
.1µF
C82
2
1
5
3
12
8
10p
U18b
5+
13 2
R4
10K(1%)
C13
13 6
V EE
V SS
U7
4053
D D
6
8
7
INH
U14
V SS
TB MUTE
FET SW
10
15
9
4
11
14
16
V DD
12
+V
C63
R50
10K(1%)
-2dBu
5532
1
10p
U18a
3+
2
C62
13 6
5
3
2
1
V EE
STU 2
MUTE
FET SW
10
100µF 10K(1%)
15
9
4
11
14
16
V DD
+ R32
C26
R30
100K
(DIM)
D
4053
STU 1
MUTE
FET SW
7
10p
C64
C15 2
22µF
1
C53
+
STU 2(4) TB MUTE
STU 1(3) TB MUTE
R6
10K(1%)
C33
100µF
+
6
8
D D
INH
V SS
U13
7
V EE
R49
10K(1%)
-2dBu
10 11 12 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 24 27 28 29 30 33 34 37 38 41 42 45 46 49 50 53 54 57 58 61 62 65 66 69 70 73 74 77 78 81 82 100 102 104 106 110 118 120
.1µF
C38
.1µF
C56
.1µF
C23
.1µF
C39
3
SW3
4
STU TB
MUTE
-2dBu
1
R33
10K(1%)
R17
40.2K(1%) -2dBu
5532
3+
2
14
9
4
10
15
+ R28
11
C46
100µF 10K(1%)
7
R27
100K
(DIM)
D
R29
10K(1%)
-2dBu
R15
(DIM)
40.2K(1%)
R31
100K
C24 10p
(OPTIONAL DIM)
R5
100K
+
C45
100µF
10p
5532
8
R18
U8b
10K(1%) 5 +
4
-14dBu
-V
5
6
C19
22µF
(CT-6)
SC 2
LEVEL
1
3
-14dBu
1
R21
40.2K(1%) -2dBu
5532
6
8
R22
U9b
4
10K(1%) 5 +
4
-14dBu
-V
6
(CT-7)
U9a
3+
2
16
V DD
N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C
9
CR2
5K
+
-2dBu
U17b
4 5532
5+
6
+V
C61
R48
10K(1%)
1
10p
2
+
SC 1
LEVEL
1
3
R20
10K(1%)
-14dBu
C44
100µF -2dBu
CR5
5K
U17a
5532
3+
2
C60
R47
10K(1%)
-V
+
C32
100µF
-2dBu
U16b
5+
4 5532
6
+V
10p
CR4
5K
+
-2dBu
(DIM)
R19
40.2K(1%)
R26
100K
C29 10p
1.UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED ALL RESISTORS
ARE 1/4W 5 % AND ARE MEASURED IN OHMS.
2.PHASE SYMBOLS DENOTE SIGNAL POLARITY
IN PHASE
OUT OF PHASE.
3.D1-D8 ARE 1N914
4.ALL (DIM) RESISTORS ARE OPTIONAL.
D
V DD V EE
R36 16
7
10K
3 U12
4
5
9
13
14
12
11
1
15
2
10
+5V
C52
.1µF
6
INH
4053
D
8
V SS
C58
R46
10K(1%)
1
10p
C34
100µF -2dBu
U16a
5532
3+
2
C57
.1µF
D
C49
.1µF
D
4
R35
10Ω
C50
.1µF
6
RN10
3.9K
3
3
6
8
RN9
10K
R42
100
8
RN8
3.9K
5
5
7
RN9
10K
RN9
10K
4
6
RN8
3.9K
R41
10Ω
4
3
3
RN7
10K
7
6
V DD V EE
R40 16
7
10K
3 U11
4
5
9
13
14
12
11
1
15
2
10
R45
10K(1%)
1
D10
1N914
R38
100
R39
100
RN12
3.9K
RN10
3.9K
RN9
10K
-2dBu
-2dBu
-2dBu
RN8
3.9K
RN7
10K
4
8
RN7
10K
5
RN7
10K
+5V
C14
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
-2dBu
-2dBu
-2dBu
2
SW3
SW1
TB 2
ON SW
RN10
3.9K
C69
100µF
+
+
C73
100µF
4 5532
7
10p
U21b
5+
8
+V
C74
TB STU
MUTE
5532
-V
4
U6a
3+
2
+V
10p
1
10p
R55
10K(1%)
3+
R3
40.2K(1%) -2dBu
C12
SW2
RN8
3.9K
+
TB 1
ON SW
U21a
5532
C72
6
7
R54
10K(1%)
+5V
2
8
10p
+
C68
100µF
U15b
4 5532
5+
6
+V
C55
R44
10K(1%)
1
10p
U15a
5532
3+
2
C54
R43
10K(1%)
C67
100µF
13 14 19 20 25 26 31 32 35 36 39 40 43 44 47 48 51 52 55 56 59 60 63 64 67 68 71 72 75 76 79 80
2
3
1
TB STU 1 TO STU 2
RN11
2 3.9K 1
2
4
RN11
7 3.9K 8
6
6
8
D
INH
V SS
15
14
STU 2 TB
INTRPT
FET SW
2
10
12
11
1
5
9
13
4
V EE
TB STU 1-STU 2 MUTE
RN11
3 3.9K 4
TB STU 2 TO STU 1
V DD
C35
.1µF
-14dBu
+
D
STU 1 TB
INTRPT
FET SW
4053
R23 16
7
10K
3 U20
+5V
C36
.1µF
6
8
D
INH
V SS
V DD V EE
R24 16
7
10K
3 U10
4
5
9
13
14
12
11
1
15
2
10
C5
R2
22µF 10K(1%)
RN11
6 3.9K 5
1
2
3
D
D
3
SW4
STUDIO
4
(CT-5)
TB CR1
LEVEL 10K
C10
100µF -2dBu
BUS
108
112
114
116
91
92
C71
100µF
-2dBu
8
5
4
+
RN14
3.9K
RN14
3.9K
R53
100
7
3
6
3
DB-9
STU 4
MUTE
(TALLY3)
STU 3
MUTE
STU 2
MUTE
STU 1
MUTE
CR TO
STU TB
STU2
7
6
RN13
10K
RN13
10K
RN13
10K
4
8
R25
100
8
RN6
3.9K
RN6
3.9K
5
7
6
7
6
5
4
3
3
4
8
RN5
10K
5
RN5
10K
C70
100µF
RN14
3.9K
-2dBu
-2dBu
BUS
TB
STU2
93
TO
STU1
TB
RN6
3.9K
RN5
10K
-2dBu
1
RN6
3.9K
2
2
RN5
10K
1
-2dBu
-2dBu
RN13
10K
TB
STU1
MONITORS TO
FROM SS-6000
+5V
-IN
+IN
-V
OUT
+V
TO SS-6000
+5V
R
EXT 1
5
R
SEND 1
9
G
MXM A
13
R
2
Y
EXT 2
6
R
SEND 2
10
G
MXM C
14
G
3
4
Y
EXT 3
7
11
EXT 4
8
Y
MONO1
G
Y
Y
MXM D
2(CT2)
8(CT2)
9(CT2)
10(CT2)
7(CT3)
16
13(CT3)
8(CT3)
8(CT1)
9(CT1)
12
G
Y
N/C
2
N/C
3
N/C
4
14(CT1)
13(CT1)
12(CT1)
11(CT1)
7(CT2)
6(CT2)
5(CT2)
4(CT2)
14(CT2)
13(CT2)
12(CT2)
11(CT2)
12(CT3)
11(CT3)
10(CT3)
9(CT3)
5
CT1
6
1
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
CT4
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
7
2
R
8
10
11
12
RED
MMS-6000 PCB
14
+5V
1
+5V
15
DS1
DS2
YEL
X2
B
X3
C
X4
D
17
23
16
22
15
21
14
20
12
CT8
U5
A
X0
B
X1
C
X2
D
X3
DS3
1
N/C
N/C
N/C
DA
3
4
TP 1
N/C
N/C
RN1 3.9K
RN2
3.9K
RN3
3.9K
RN4
3.9K
8 6
4 2
7 5
3 1
7 5
3 1
86
4 1
7 5
3 1
8 6
4 2
8 6
4 2
75
3 2
Q3
Q2
Q1
Q8
Q7
Q6
89
88
D.COM
87
X0
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
X8
X9
X 10
V SS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
V CC
A
B
C
D
G2
G1
X 15
X 14
X 13
X 12
X 11
74C922 IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
OSC
KEY
X4
X3
Q5
Q12 Q11 Q10
Q9
V CC
A)
B
C
D
OE
DA
X1
X2
Q16 Q15 Q14 Q13
4022 IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
D
Q1-Q16
2N3906
A2
A1
A3
A6
A7
N/C
A4
V SS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
V CC
N/C
CLK
CE
C OUT
A5
A8
N/C
74LS37 IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
+5V
+5V
16
+5V
R8
1K
14
C7
.1µF
13
R7
47K
12
D
D
D
22µF
2
1
3
7
6
9
11
4
5
10
U1
CLK
CE
C
OUT
15
4022
+ C1
5
14 74LS37
6
+5V
U3b
4
5
1
D6 1N914
D4
D2
D3
D5
8
D1 1N914
1N914
1N914
1N914
1N914
2
10
1 2940 3
3.3Ω +
C93
100µF
T-5.0
C94
.1µF
D
2
U2d
+5V
C95
C51
C21
C4
C3
C2
.1µF
.1µF
.1µF
.1µF
.1µF
.1µF
11
RT-LT
5
RT-RT
7
LT-LT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
7
1 2 3
11
D
8
7
1
D
D
D
6
2
U3a
9
+
3
13
U2c
C48
100µF
LM2940 T-5.0
IC PINOUT
U2a
8
12
10
R60
LT-RT
74LS37
13
Q23
8
4
12
R13
220
6
1
U3c
D
14
U2b
3
9
R14
10K(1%)
D
U3a
14VCC
13
12
11
10
9
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
VSS 7
+5V
7
+D
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
R1
220
R10
220
90
74LS154 IC PINOUT
V SS
R12
220
RIGHT
EXT 1
EXT 2
EXT 3
EXT 4
SEND 1
SEND 2
MONO 1
MONO 2
MXM A
MXM C
MXM B
MXM D
PGM
AUD
AUX
UTL
Q4
6
DS4
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
2
X4 5
6
2
6
X5
Y2 KEY
5
7
3
X6
Y3 OSC
8
4
13
X7
Y4 OE
9
9
X8
D
10
X9
74C922
11
X10
13
X11
+
C9
C8
14
1µF
.1µF
X12
18
G1 X13 15
19
D
G2 X14 16
17
X15
12
74LS154
D
Y1
4
BUS
1.UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED ALL RESISTORS
ARE 1/4W 5 % AND ARE MEASURED IN OHMS.
2.D1-D8 ARE 1N914
1
A
R11
220
LEFT
YEL
7
U4
5
MONO
13
8
24
X1
R9
220
STEREO
GRN
10
+5V
18
3
MODE
9
11
3(CT2)
15(CT1)
15(CT2)
15(CT3)
15(CT4)
MONO2
MXM B
15
Y
+5V
TO SS-6000 PCB
1
1(CT1)
3(CT3)
4(CT3)
5(CT3)
6(CT3)
10(CT1)
1(CT2)
1(CT3)
1(CT4)
14(CT3)
2
3
+5V
SC-6000 STU CONTROL MDLE
D.COM
4
A-6000 AUDIO CONSOLE
01-27-94
S.A.
+5V
R
7305 Performance Dr.
Syracuse, NY 13212
SH2 OF 3
13S0010A
SC-6000, MMS-6000A, SS-6000 PCBs
-2dBu
UPPER
DB-25
15
HI
BAL
LINE LO
IN/OUT
2
3
U7
C29
100µF
-2dBu
+
1 SSM 2143
4
-V
LOWER
DB-25
U2b
C47
.001µF
C46
.001µF
C14
100µF
92
STU2 TO
STU1 TB
93
-2dBu
-2dBu
1
LINE
IN LO 14
SH
+V
3 +7 5
2
C30
100µF
R27
4
10K(1%)
U8
R23
4.7K
R25
10K(1%)
10p
+
4
5532
8
U2a
3+
4
50K
C19
100µF
R32
10K(1%)
1
R53
10K(1%) 2
7
U5b
R49
47K
10
R31
47K
C40
6
+
2
+
5532
-V
SSM 2143
1
15
-2dBu
10p
C41
C27
100µF
U4
R51
10K(1%)
5+
5532
R47
10K(1%)
+
R22
10K(1%)
NULL
33p
C37
+V**
5
4
2
1+
R41
1K
-2dBu
C26
1µF
+
RT+
54
RT-
LM675
3
-V**
+
C25
1µF
C35
330p
BUS
61
N/C
62
N/C
65
N/C
66
69
N/C
7
6
N/C
13
N/C
9
N/C
14
N/C
10
N/C
19
70
N/C
11
N/C
20
73
N/C
12
N/C
25
74
N/C
15
N/C
26
8
77
N/C
16
N/C
31
78
N/C
17
N/C
32
56
81
N/C
18
N/C
35
82
N/C
21
N/C
36
94
N/C
22
N/C
39
23
N/C
40
99
N/C
24
N/C
43
101 N/C
27
N/C
44
28
N/C
47
29
N/C
48
30
N/C
59
33
N/C
60
34
N/C
63
37
N/C
64
38
N/C
67
41
N/C
68
42
N/C
71
45
N/C
72
46
N/C
75
49
N/C
76
BUS
50
N/C
79
CUE
100 LOGIC
53
N/C
80
54
N/C
57
N/C
58
N/C
1
R42
2Ω
EXT
SPKR
C36
.18µF
120 N/C
2
8
1
14
4 5532
-V
DS1
BUSY
YEL
CT1
11
CT2
4
CT2
8
CT2
12
DS8
DS6
DS7
CT1
15
DS5
CT1
7
CT2
1
CT1
12
CT2
5
CT2
9
CT2
13
CT4
3
CT4
5
CT4
8
CT5
1
CT4
12
CT5
5
CT5
9
CT5
13
D30
D31
2
D32
3
D33
4
D34
5
D35
D36
R18
47Ω
C6
.1µF
R14
4.7K
Q4
2N3906
R15
4.7K
Q5
2N3906
R19
10Ω
CUE
LOGIC
ENABLE
Q3
2N3906
R17
4.7K
R13
100Ω
SW10
R11
4.7K
1
C5
.1µF
R12
2.4K
D4
1N4002
D3
D
D
+5V
V DD
CT2
CT3
1
1
N/C
4
4
2
2
N/C
2
17
17
3
3
N/C
3 18
18
4
4
6
6
6
6
4
5
7
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW5
SW6
SW7
SW8
7
7
19
8
8
22
22
11
11
25
25
CT4
4
CT1
4
1
BUS
+D
90
89
3.3Ω
R61
3.3Ω +
C58
100µF
Q10
C7
C55
.1µF
.1µF
88
D.COM
87
1 2940 3
T-5.0
2
+5V
+
C4
C56
C57
100µF
.1µF
.1µF
D
D
CT1
6
2
SW1
R60
CT4
6
CT4
10
CT1
10
3
SW2
CT5
3
CT2
3
4
SW3
CT4
14
CT1
14
5
SW4
CT5
7
CT2
7
6
SW5
D20
D19
D18
CT5
11
CT2
11
7
SW6
CT5
15
CT2
15
8
SW7
UTS-6000A
PCB
SW8
CT1
2
CT1
9
CT2
2
CT1
13
CT2
6
CT2
10
CT2
14
CT4
2
CT4
9
CT5
2
CT4
13
CT5
6
CT5
10
CT5
14
D
+
D
+5V
74LS74
12
R8
220
11
7
R6
5
5
8
8
N/C
9
9
N/C
10
10
N/C
11
11
N/C
12
12
N/C
13
13
N/C
14
14
N/C
15
15
N/C
C2
.1µF
D
+
10 14
S D V CC
3
C21 2
22µF
3
D
Q
U1b
CP
Q
C16
9
C39
C45
C49
+
.1µF
.1µF
.1µF
.1µF
C17
C38
C44
C48
C53
.1µF
.1µF
.1µF
.1µF
.1µF
3
C22
1
3
SD
D
Q
U1a
CP
Q
5
74LS74 IC PINOUT
4053 IC PINOUT
LM675 IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
- IN
+ IN
-V
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
N/C
+V
V OUT
SENSE
C D (a)
D (a)
CP (a)
S D (a)
Q (a)
Q (a)
V SS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
V CC
C D (b)
D (b)
CP (b)
S D (b)
Q (b)
Q (b)
IN/OUT Y1
IN/OUT Y0
IN/OUT Z1
IN/OUT Z
IN/OUT Z0
INHIBIT
V EE
V SS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
V DD
OUT/IN Y
OUT/IN X
IN/OUT X1
IN/OUT X0
CNTRL A
CNTRL B
CNTRL C
R58
3.3Ω
+ 22µF
-V*
C9
470µF
6
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
REFERENCE
-V
+V*
SSM2143 IC PINOUT
+V
OUT
+
83
R37
3.3Ω
4
2
84
100µF
R38
10Ω
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
8
7
6
5
+ C33
+5V
5532 IC PINOUT
1
2
3
4
.1µF
+V
85
100µF
R39
10Ω
+
+
R36
3.3Ω
C8
470µF
SW10
CD
OUT
+
-V
+ C34
2
74LS74
D
86
C52
C54
100µF 1
.1µF
Q9
3 7918 2
79L05
C24
.1µF
Q6
7818
+ C50
-V
V EE
-5V
R59
3.3Ω
1
Q8
C51 2
100µF
8
R7
2.4K
Q2
2N3903
Q7
78L05
+V
C D GND
13 7
D
R9
2.4K
D
.1µF
D1
1N914
C3
22µF
1
C23
1
IN
+D
19
D17
SW4
5
R10
+5V
10K(1%)
220
1N4002
IN
5
10
D16
10
D15
10
D
D12
9
23
UTS-6000A PCB
+D
9
23
D11
PR SW
D14
21
D13
21
D9
7
D7
Y
D10
20
D8
20
D5
6
8
D37
1N914
R16
1.5K
8
7
6
+5V
+D
CT1
8
SW1 1
D28 D27 D26 D25 D24 D23 D22 D21
CT1
1
D2
1N914
1
DIG
EXT COM
FEED
LOWER
DB-25
CT5
12
CT1
5
D6
STATION CALL LINES
UPPER
DB-25
CT5
8
CT1
3
D29
D
1N914
CT5
4
LM2940 T-5.0
IC PINOUT
7818 ;7819
IC PINOUT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
1 2 3
1 2 3
12345
-V
3
+V
2
UPPER LOWER
DB-25
DB-25
12
12 -V EXT
24
24 +V
FEED
ICM-6000 INTERCOM MDLE
A-6000 AUDIO CONSOLE
06-16-94
S.A.
+IN
-IN
-V
OUT
+V
R3
220
CT4
11
UTS-6000A
PCB
R5
1.5K
CT4
15
DS4
Q1
2N3906
CT4
7
DS2
R4
4.7K
DS1-8
RED
DS1
+5V
CT4
1
DS3
R30
100K
BUS
1
55
LOWER
DB-25
R44
10Ω
+V
3+
4053
53
R43
40.2K(1%)
5
10p
U5a
CUE
ACN
52
C31
100µF
U3
R52
10K(1%)
MIC
TRIM
+V
2
4
-V
2
51
7
-V
D
-2dBu
1 CR 1 3
2
+
1
8
R40
21K(1%)
C18
1
5+
5532
R1
1K
R28
10K(1%)
6
C32
100µF
8
U6b
C15
50p*
4
SW9
+4dBu
BAL
+V
6
LT-
R46
10K(1%)
R48
10K(1%)
C1
.001µF
LT+
49
-2dBu
10p
+
R50
1K
3
-2dBu
UPPER
DB-25
HI
6
R56
10K(1%)
3+
V SS
BUS
50
1
U6a
11
D
C43
10p
2
12
INH
-2dBu
BUS
R45
10K(1%)
R2
1.69K(1%)
R26
10K(1%)
2
-2dBu
C42
R35
47K
13
D
6
BUS
STU1 TO
STU2 TB
7
5532
CR2
10K
91
5
9
R55
10K(1%)
+
3
14
5+
+4dBu
BAL
16
CR TO
STU TB
R33
47K
R57
10K(1%)
C28
100µF
4053
3
SH
10p
7
U4
R54
1K
BAL
LINE LO
IN/OUT
C12
6
1.UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED ALL RESISTORS
ARE 1/4W 5 % AND ARE MEASURED IN OHMS.
2.PHASE SYMBOLS DENOTE SIGNAL POLARITY
IN PHASE
OUT OF PHASE.
3.D1-D4, D21-28, 37 ARE 1N914.
4.D5-20, 29-D36 ARE 1N4002.
15
HI
C13
R34
R21
100µF
40.2K(1%)
+ 10K(1%) 4
R20
10K(1%)
6
16
SH
V EE
V DD
16
+V
3 +7 5
R
7305 Performance Dr.
Syracuse, NY 13212
ICM-6000, UTS-6000A PCBs
13S0028A
FROM SH 2
(LOGIC CONTROLS)
LINE
8 IN
LINE
7 IN
LINE
6 IN
LINE
5 IN
LINE
4 IN
LINE
3 IN
LINE
2 IN
LINE
1 IN
25
10
23
11
21
SH
HI
RT LO
SH
HI
22
7
20
8
18
SH
HI
RT LO
SH
HI
19
4
17
5
15
SH
HI
RT LO
SH
HI
14
2
13
RT LO
SH
N/C
25
10
23
11
21
SH
HI
RT LO
SH
HI
22
7
20
8
18
SH
HI
RT LO
SH
HI
19
4
17
5
15
SH
HI
RT LO
SH
HI
3
16
1
14
2
13
LO
SH
HI
RT LO
SH
N/C
LT
6
LO
LT
9
LO
LT
12
24
LO
LT
1
HI
HI
16
SH
LOWER
DB-25
3
LO
LT
6
LO
LT
9
LO
LT
12
24
LO
LT
HI
UPPER
DB-25
LINE 7
LINE 8
LINE 6
LINE 5
LINE 4
LINE 3
LINE 2
+V
7
5
-2dBu
R14
C32
10K(1%)
6 + 100µF
-2dBu
R16
C34
10K(1%)
6 + 100µF
-2dBu
R18
C36
10K(1%)
6 + 100µF
-2dBu
R20
C38
10K(1%)
6 + 100µF
+V
7
5
-2dBu
R22
C25
10K(1%)
6 + 100µF
-2dBu
R24
C27
10K(1%)
6 + 100µF
-2dBu
R26
C16
10K(1%)
6 + 100µF
-2dBu
R28
C10
10K(1%)
6 + 100µF
2
+4dBu
BAL 3 U27
+
1
SSM 2143
4
-V
+V
-2dBu
R29
2 75
C9
10K(1%)
6 + 100µF
+4dBu
BAL 3 U28
1
+
SSM 2143
4
-V
+V
7
5
2
+4dBu
BAL 3 U11
+
1
SSM 2143
4
-V
+V
-2dBu
R27
2 75
C15 10K(1%)
6 + 100µF
+4dBu
BAL 3 U15
1
+
SSM 2143
4
-V
+V
7
5
+4dBu
BAL 3 U14
+
1
SSM 2143
4
-V
+V
-2dBu
R25
2 75
C23
10K(1%)
6 + 100µF
+4dBu
BAL 3 U26
1
+
SSM 2143
4
-V
2
-V
+V
7
5
+4dBu
BAL 3 U12
+
1
SSM 2143
4
-V
+V
-2dBu
R23
2 75
C26
10K(1%)
6 + 100µF
+4dBu
BAL 3 U13
1
+
SSM 2143
4
2
+4dBu
BAL 3 U22
1
+
SSM 2143
4
-V
+V
-2dBu
R21
2 75
C39 10K(1%)
6 + 100µF
+4dBu
BAL 3 U23
+
1
SSM 2143
4
-V
2
+V
7
5
+4dBu
BAL 3 U20
1
+
SSM 2143
4
-V
+V
-2dBu
R19
2 75
C37
10K(1%)
6 + 100µF
+4dBu
BAL 3 U21
+
1
SSM 2143
4
-V
2
+V
7
5
2
+4dBu
BAL 3 U18
1
+
SSM 2143
4
-V
+V
-2dBu
R17
2 75
C35 10K(1%)
100µF
+
6
+4dBu
BAL 3 U19
+
1
SSM 2143
4
-V
+V
7
5
+4dBu
BAL 3 U16
1
+
SSM 2143
4
-V
+V
-2dBu
R15
2 75
C33
10K(1%)
6 + 100µF
+4dBu
BAL 3 U17
+
1
SSM 2143
4
-V
2
D
D
6
D
INH
D
8
6
D
D
5
3
12
13
2
1
2
1
9
4
11
14
10
15
D
8
4053
6
7
V SS
U10
INH
16
D
5
3
12
13
2
1
D
V EE
8
6
5
3
12
13
2
1
V DD
V SS
INH
U9
7
V EE
D
5
3
12
13
7
D
9
4
11
14
10
15
16
8
4053
6
V SS
U8
INH
D
5
3
12
13
2
1
V EE
4053
4053
V DD
9
4
11
14
10
7
V SS
16
15
8
INH
D
D
12
V EE
U7
V DD
9
4
11
14
10
15
16
7
V SS
4053
6
INH
U6
V DD
9
4
11
14
10
15
16
5
3
2
1
13
7
V EE
8
V SS
U5
V DD
11
14
9
4
10
15
16
V EE
4053
V DD
OUT
+
-V
1
2
3
4
C22
Q1
78L05
3
C43
C45
C47
C49
C50
8
7
6
5
R13
47K
-V
4
7
5532
U1b
5+
10p
R2
10K(1%)
1
C48
-2dBu
-2dBu
C46
10p
5532
C4
6
8
+V
U1a
3+
2
C3
R1
10K(1%)
C44
C29
C31
C40
C63
7818
Q3
C53 2
100µF
+
3
1
.1µF
C51
+
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
V DD
C57
100µF
R31
3.3Ω
-V
+V
OUT/IN Y
OUT/IN X
IN/OUT X1
IN/OUT X0
CNTRL A
CNTRL B
CNTRL C
-V
-V
5
1
8
2 SSM 2142
U25
+4dBu
BAL
+4dBu
BAL
6
5
7
4
3
8
2
1
BUS
RT
LINE
OUT
LT
-V
+V
SH
LO SPARE
HI
SH
LO
HI
SH
LO
HI
83
84
85
86
BUS
1 2 3
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
7818 ;7819
IC PINOUT
SH1 0F 2
S.A.
01-28-94
LS-6000 PCB
13S0025
7305 Performance Dr.
Syracuse, NY 13212
R
A-6000 AUDIO CONSOLE
LS-6000 LINE SELECT MODULE
5
9
4
2
6
1
8
3
7
DB-9
1.UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED ALL RESISTORS
ARE 1/4W 5 % AND ARE MEASURED IN OHMS.
2.PHASE SYMBOLS DENOTE SIGNAL POLARITY
IN PHASE
OUT OF PHASE.
3
8
C62
C30
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
.1µF .1µF .1µF .1µF
C1
1
2 SSM 2142
5
+V
6
4+ 7
3
U24
+V
6
4+ 7
C54
C28
V EE
V SS
IN/OUT Y1
IN/OUT Y0
IN/OUT Z1
IN/OUT Z
IN/OUT Z0
INHIBIT
C64+ 100µF
C55 +
C52 1
C56
.1µF .1µF .1µF .1µF .1µF .1µF .1µF
.1µF 100µF
Q4
3 7918 2
R30
3.3Ω
-V
C42
C24
N/C
+V
V OUT
SENSE
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
4053 IC PINOUT
.1µF .1µF .1µF .1µF
C2
1
2
3
4
.1µF .1µF .1µF .1µF .1µF .1µF .1µF
C41
+V
-5V
V EE
C19
1
- IN
+ IN
-V
REFERENCE
C6 2
100µF
+
+V
-V
+FORCE
+SENSE
C21 + 100µF
C5
1
.1µF .1µF .1µF
Q2
3 79L05 2
C17
C12
100µF
+
C20
.1µF .1µF .1µF
C18
8
7
6
5
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
1
2
3
4
SSM2143 IC PINOUT
SSM2142 IC PINOUT
-FORCE
-SENSE
GND
V IN
+5V
V DD
C11
100µF
+
+V
OUT
+
R12
47K
8
7
6
5
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
5532 IC PINOUT
IN
LINE 1
IN
+5V
1
+5V
+5V
18
2
SW1
3
10
R
4
8
LINE 1
5
7
SW2
6
1
7
2
1
5
LINE 2
2
11
B
X3
C
X4
D
Y1
DA
13
LINE 3
14
10
14
12
6
6
5
SW5
INH
+
V SS
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
OSC
KEY
X4
X3
9
10
SW7
12
LINE 7
13
14
SW8
74LS240
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
V CC
OE2
OUT(a)
IN(h)
OUT(b)
IN(g)
OUT(c)
IN(f)
OUT(d)
IN(e)
V SS
11
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
88
87
9
U4e
R32
3.3Ω +
C60
100µF
C58
.1µF
D
1 2940 3
T-5.0
2
13
9
N/C
61
N/C
14
10
N/C
62
N/C
19
11
N/C
65
N/C
20
12
N/C
66
N/C
25
15
N/C
69
N/C
26
16
N/C
70
N/C
31
17
N/C
73
N/C
32
18
N/C
74
N/C
35
21
N/C
77
N/C
36
22
N/C
78
N/C
39
23
N/C
81
N/C
40
24
N/C
82
N/C
43
27
N/C
91
N/C
LINE 5
44
28
N/C
47
29
N/C
48
30
N/C
51
33
N/C
52
34
N/C
55
37
N/C
56
38
N/C
59
41
N/C
60
42
N/C
63
45
N/C
64
46
N/C
67
49
N/C
LM2940 T-5.0
IC PINOUT
68
50
N/C
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
71
53
N/C
10
RN1
1K
2
3
V CC
A)
B
C
D
OE
DA
X1
X2
6
14
U4c
1
LINE 6
74LS240
D
17
3
U4h
LINE 7
74LS240
5
19
D
4
D
16
U4b
LINE 8
74LS240
10
D
C7
C8
C59
C61
100µF
.1µF
.1µF
.1µF
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
X4
X6
X
X7
X5
INH
V EE
V SS
R5
220
R11
220
R6
220
R7
220
R10
220
R8
220
R4
220
72
54
N/C
R9
220
75
57
N/C
76
58
N/C
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
V CC
X2
X1
X0
X3
A0
A1
A2
1 2 3
79
1.UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED ALL RESISTORS
ARE 1/4W 5 % AND ARE MEASURED IN OHMS.
D
120 N/C
4051 IC PINOUT
4
1
+5V
+
BUS
74LS240
Q5
BUS
D.COM
LINE 4
74LS240
8
LINE 8
89
18
U4a
9
R
90
LINE 3
4051
15
+D
7
U4f
BUS
LINE 2
74LS240
13
11
R
12
U4d
2
VSS
8
C14
1µF
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
8
LINE 6
8
8
6
6
R
LINE 1
74LS240
74C922 IC PINOUT
7
4
U4g
VEE X7 4
5
SW6
5
BUS
D
OE1
IN(a)
OUT(h)
IN(b)
OUT(g)
IN(c)
OUT(f)
IN(d)
OUT(e)
4
LINE 5
X4 1
X5 5
X6
7
15
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
3
R
20
X0 13
X1 14
X2 15
X3 12
A1
9 A2
TP 1
+5V
2
2
7
15
A0
74LS240
IC PINOUT
CT2
1
R
X
11
D
LINE 4
3
16
74C922
15
SW4
U3
3
12
R
6
X2
17
13
Y4 OE
9
D C13
.1µF
10
SW3
A
Y3 OSC
4
9
X1
Y2 KEY
3
8
R
U2
11
16
VDD
RX
330
TO SH 1
(LOGIC CONTROLS)
CT1
UTS-6000A PCB
80
LS-6000 LINE SELECT MODULE
A-6000 AUDIO CONSOLE
01-28-94
S.A.
SH2 OF 2
R
7305 Performance Dr.
Syracuse, NY 13212
LS-6000, UTS-6000A PCBs
13S0026
EXT
2 IN
EXT
1 IN
10
HI
SH
11
96
97
MXM C
MONITOR
MXM D
MONITOR
119
N/C
18
HI
SP
SP
SP
2
SH
1
HI
14
16
SH
LO
3
15
UPPER
DB-25
83
84
85
86
LO
HI
-V
+V
5
SH
BUS
17
LO
4
8
SH
HI
20
HYBRID LO
2 IN
19
7
HI
SH
13
N/C
6
22
SH
LO
9
SP
21
HI
HYBRID LO
1 IN
UPPER
DB-25
117
115
114
113
112
111
110
109
108
107
106
105
104
103
102
101
99
N/C
UTL RT
MONITOR
N/C
UTL LT
MONITOR
N/C
AUX RT
MONITOR
N/C
AUX LT
MONITOR
N/C
AUD RT
MONITOR
N/C
AUD LT
MONITOR
N/C
PGM RT
MONITOR
N/C
PGM LT
MONITOR
95
MXM B
MONITOR
98
94
BUS
MXMD
MXMC
MXMA
MXMB
CH ON
P CUE
CUE 2
CUE 1
UTL
AUX
AUD
PGM
"1" IN
23
25
SH
LO
12
24
LO
HI
MXM A
MONITOR
TO SHEET 2
4
-V
U13
R107
3.3Ω
+
C27
22µF
+
C28
22µF
+
C29
22µF
+
C30
22µF
+
C31
22µF
R106
2.4K
Q6
3
.1µF
C12
.1µF
C11
1N751
C24
.1µF
C54
.1µF
1N751
C46
Z1
470µF +
C71 +
1 100µF
3
Q5
+
2 C43
100µF
Z2
+
C63
100µF
1 SSM 2143
R108
2.4K
4
-V
6
-2dBu
.1µF
C49
.1µF
C56
.1µF
.1µF
C50
.1µF
C57
.1µF
C77
.1µF
.1µF
C55
C66
C48
FDR
CALL2
.1µF
C51
.1µF
C79
.1µF
C78
.1µF
C67
CR2
10K
1
D
D
12
13
7
V SS
3
.1µF
C80
C81
.1µF
C52
.1µF
2
1
5
3
12
13
8
5
8
7
6
10p
8
+V
C40
2
C39
1
10p
.1µF
C59
.1µF
C91
.1µF
C88
.1µF
C70
V EE
-5V
-V
+V
57 58 61 62 65 66 69 70 73 74 77 78 81 82 91 92 93 98 99 112 114
.1µF
C53
.1µF
C85
.1µF
C82
.1µF
+5V
V DD
+
C45
100µF
R55
88.7K(1%) -2dBu
+
C25
100µF
R56
88.7K(1%) -2dBu
-V
10K
-2dBu
4 5532
U9b
5+
6
+V
10p
R75
11K(1%)
-V
C47
2
4 5532
1
10p
1 CR 1 3 -2dBu
FEED
TRIM
R54
U7a
22.1K(1%) 3
+
-14dBu
5532
+
C69
5
4
8
+V
U9a
3+
2
C58
R74
4.7K
7
R57
U7b
22.1K(1%) 5
+ 4
-14dBu
5532
-V
+
C13
22µF
D
5
3
2
1
12
13
CT10 C23
22µF
3
4
7
V SS
4053
D
6
CT9
9
4
10
15
11
U12
INH
16
14
.1µF
2
1
5
3
V EE
8
V SS
7
8
6
D
D
V DD V EE
11
14
10
15
9
8
12
13
2
1
5
3
V EE
U19
INH
16
4
C68
2
2
D
6
INH
7
V SS
U20
V DD
11
14
10
4053
CR1
10K
1
9
4
16
15
4053
D
6
INH
U21
V EE
4053
V DD
11
14
10
15
9
4
16
V SS
2
1
6 8
D
D
INH
4053
U10
V DD
10
15
59 60 63 64 67 68 71 72 75 76 79 80
2
1
2
U16
+V
3 +7 5
FDR
CALL1
R82
22.1K(1%)
R83
22.1K(1%)
R84
22.1K(1%)
R85
22.1K(1%)
R86
22.1K(1%)
R87
22.1K(1%)
R88
22.1K(1%)
R89
22.1K(1%)
R90
10K(1%)
R91
10K(1%)
R92
10K(1%)
R93
10K(1%)
R77
10K(1%)
1/2 INPUT
SELECT
R76
10K(1%)
V DD 16 7 V EE
13
14
12
11
N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C N/C
.1µF
C74
.1µF
SW7
SW8
SW9
+
C32
22µF
+
C33
22µF
+
C34
22µF
+
C38
22µF
+
C22
22µF
+
C37
22µF
+
C42
22µF
+
C61
100µF
+
C60
100µF
+V -2dBu
C62
3 +7 5
100µF
6
U15
+
2
1 SSM 2143
4
-V
-2dBu
-2dBu
-2dBu
-2dBu
-2dBu
-2dBu
-2dBu
C75
R109
3.3Ω
+4dBu
BAL
+4dBu
BAL
R122
100
R121
100
R120
100
R119
100
R118
100
R117
100
R116
100
R115
100
-2dBu
-2dBu
R113
100
R114
100
-2dBu
SW10
2143
1 SSM
6
-2dBu
2143
1 SSM
-2dBu
4
-V
U14
-2dBu
2
+V
3 +7 5
2
6
-2dBu
R112
100
R111
100
+4dBu
BAL
+4dBu
BAL
+V
3 +7 5
R35
10K(1%)
R36
10K(1%)
R34
10K(1%)
R33
10K(1%)
R29
10K(1%)
R30
10K(1%)
R32
10K(1%)
R31
10K(1%)
R40
10K(1%)
R42
10K(1%)
R41
10K(1%)
R39
10K(1%)
R37
10K(1%)
R38
10K(1%)
R43
10K(1%)
R44
10K(1%)
SW6
MICS
TO
ASSIGN
R94
47K
+
C64
100µF
-2dBu
-2dBu
-2dBu
U6b
2
10K
1 CR 2 3
5532
U5a
3+
2
C18
2
10K
5532
10p
CALLs TO
TRACK
2 & 3 TRIM
1
R50
4.7K
-V
4
U4b
1 CR 4 3
5532
5+
6
+V
10p
CALLs TO
TRACK
1 TRIM
8
7
10K
C17
2
1 CR 3 3
5532
1
10p
COMPOSITE
TRIM
R49
4.7K
3+
U4a
C16
2
4
-V
1
10K
TO
HYBRID
2 TRIM
2
1 CR 6 3
5532
7
10K
TO
HYBRID
1 TRIM
2
1 CR 5 3
10p
R48
4.7K
3+
U6a
8
+V
C20
2
4
-V
10K
TO
ASSIGN
1 TRIM
2
5532
7
10p
R52
4.7K
5+
U5b
8
+V
C19
6
8
V SS
4053
D
6
INH
U11
D
5
3
12
47K
R98
+
2
13
C65
100µF
1
-V
5
5
5
6
5
6
7
2
5
2
U29
4+
+V
-2dBu
3
7
2
U30
4+
+V
-2dBu
3
7
2
U28
6
+V
4+
3
7
2
U32
6
-2dBu
3
4+
+V
-2dBu
3
7
U31
4+
6
+V
-2dBu
+
C41
100µF
-2dBu
7
-2dBu
8 +4dBu
1 BAL
8 +4dBu
1 BAL
8 +4dBu
1 BAL
8 +4dBu
1 BAL
8 +4dBu
1 BAL
R78
10K(1%)
4 5532
U17b
5+
8
+V
10p
R97
10K(1%)
C84
R96
10K(1%) 6
1 CR 7 3
10p
R51
4.7K
5+
6
C21
R53
4.7K
R45
10K(1%)
U17a
3+
5532
1
10p
R95
10K(1%) -2dBu
C83
2
9
4
11
14
10
15
V EE
7
9
4
U18a
HI
5
3
LO
HI
SH
HI
HI
LO
HI
22 SH
9
21
11 SH
23 LO
10
13 N/C
25 SH
12 LO
24
19 SH
6
18
8
20 LO
7
LOWER
DB-25
4053
1
CALLERS
TO
TRACK 2 & 3
CALLERS
TO
TRACK 1
COMPOSITE
OUT
TO
HYBRID 2
+V
8
7
10p
-V
9
4
10
15
11
14
6
INH
8
V SS
5
3
2
1
12
13
5
3
2
1
12
13
V SS
7
5
3
2
1
12
13
9
4
10
15
11
14
+V
OUT
+
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
D
8
V SS
4053
6
INH
U27
SP
HI
SH
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
OUT/IN Y
OUT/IN X
IN/OUT X1
IN/OUT X0
CNTRL A
CNTRL B
CNTRL C
V DD
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
+V
-V
+FORCE
+SENSE
- IN
+ IN
-V
REFERENCE
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
N/C
+V
V OUT
SENSE
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
SSM2143 IC PINOUT
-FORCE
-SENSE
GND
V IN
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
SSM2142 IC PINOUT
V EE
V SS
IN/OUT Y1
IN/OUT Y0
IN/OUT Z1
IN/OUT Z
IN/OUT Z0
INHIBIT
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
4053 IC PINOUT
HI
LO SP
SH
LO SP
9
3
2
SH
6
7
1
8
2
7
UTL
RT ACN
UTL
LT ACN
AUX
RT ACN
LO SP
HI
-
+
-
+
-
+
4
6
4
AUX
- LT ACN
+
-
SP
5
1
3
AUD
MUS
+ RT ACN
-
+
-
8
DB-9
BUS
80
79
46
48
47
45
42
41
44
43
40
39
38
37
34
33
36
35
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
+ LT ACN
23
SP
-
AUD
MUS
+
-
+ RT ACN
PGM
MUS
22
21
20
19
18
17
-
+
SP
PGM
R
13S0029A
7305 Performance Dr.
Syracuse, NY 13212
SPN-6000A, SPS-6000 PCBs
S.A.
12-22-94
A-6000 AUDIO CONSOLE
SPN-6000 SUPERPHONE MDLE
D
5
3
2
1
12
13
8
6
D
D
V DD V EE
16
7
4053
9
4
10
15
11
U26
INH
16
14
1 2 3
7
V SS
U25
6
INH
U24
D
D
V DD V EE
4053
8
7
6
5
5
3
2
1
12
13
8
D
D
V DD V EE
16
7
4053
9
4
10
15
11
14
16
7818 ;7819
IC PINOUT
1
2
3
4
V SS
7
16
15
14
13
5
8
6
D
D
V DD V EE
9
4
10
15
11
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
OUT
+
-V
V SS
U23
6
INH
16
14
D
INH
12
3
-
11
2
MUS
-
+ LT ACN
9
10
1
56
+
RT-
54
55
RT+
53
52
CUE
ACN
LT-
50
51
LT+
49
BUS
12
13
8
D
D
V DD V EE
9
4
10
15
11
R105
10K(1%)
R104
10K(1%)
R102
10K(1%)
R103
10K(1%)
V EE
7
U22
5532 IC PINOUT
R73
10K(1%)
R72
10K(1%)
R70
10K(1%)
R71
10K(1%)
R69
10K(1%)
R68
10K(1%)
R67
10K(1%)
R66
10K(1%)
R65
10K(1%)
R64
10K(1%)
4053
R63
10K(1%)
R62
10K(1%)
R61
10K(1%)
R60
10K(1%)
R58
10K(1%)
14
V DD
16
4053
+
C72
22µF
+
C73
22µF
-2dBu
U18b
5+
4 5532
6
C87
R101
10K(1%)
R59
10K(1%)
R100
10K(1%)
TO
HYBRID 1
+4dBu
BAL
5532
3+
2
10p
R99
10K(1%) -2dBu
C86
U10
C36
470µF
+
+
C35
470µF
1.UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED ALL RESISTORS
ARE 1/4W 5 % AND ARE MEASURED IN OHMS.
2.PHASE SYMBOLS DENOTE SIGNAL POLARITY
IN PHASE
OUT OF PHASE.
R81
10K(1%)
R79
10K(1%)
R80
10K(1%)
V DD
16
IN
UPPER
DB-25
IN
RED
MXMB
MXMA
REC
2
1
CUE 2
CUE 1
P CUE
UTL
AUX
AUD
PGM
ON
OFF
DIG COM
+D
SW-300 PCB
SW5
SW-300 PCB
SW4
OPTIONAL
EUROPIAN
FADER
START
SWITCH
OPTIONAL
FADER
PGM CUE
SWITCH
OPTIONAL
FADER
CUE CALL1
SWITCH
OPTIONAL
FADER
CUE CALL2
SWITCH
YEL
YEL
RED
YEL
YEL
GRN
RED
RED
MXMD
ON AIR
GRN
GRN MXMC
GRN
GRN
REC
RED
YEL
GRN
6
7
6
7
2
3
CT5
1
2
3
CT8
2
3
CT5
1
2
3
CT8
5
6
4
5
6
4
5
6
4
5
6
4
88
87
90
89
BUS
+
+
D
Q2
Q1
D
D
+5V
D
2
.001µF
10
RN1
10K
RN1
10K
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
C4
10
6
.1µF
D8
D9
D16
D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10
2-D
1-D
9
8
7
6
5
NAUX-Q
PCUE-D NUTL-Q
UTL-D
AUX-D
AUD-D
19
20
21
PGM-Q 22
PGM-D 23
NAUD-Q
+5V
24
Vcc
PRESS
D
11
D
/OE
REC-Q
12
U2-74LS37
Vss
10
14
MXD-Q 13
MXC-Q
MXB-Q
15
16
17
18
D
/OE
D
D
13
14
15
Q5
16 D19
17 D18
*UTL
*AUX
*AUD
PGM
.1µF
C5
D
R26
10K
D
R24
10K
D
.1µF
C6
R27
1.5K
R23
1.5K
.1µF
C26
.1µF
C76
+5V
+5V
4
RN3
10K
1
D
CH OFF
"1" SEL
1.ALL 10 K RESISTORS ARE 1%
2.UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED ALL RESISTORS
ARE 1/4W 5 % AND ARE MEASURED IN OHMS.
3.Q1,Q2,Q5 ARE 2N3903
4.Q3,Q4 ARE 2N3906
5.D1-D39 ARE 1N914
D
Vss
12
CUE-X
OFF-Q
NCUE2-Q
U2
SPH2
20V8
OFF-D
ON-D
CUE2-D NCUE1-Q
R123
10K
11
10
9
8
7
18 D17
6 CUE1-D
NPCUE-Q
5
4
3
2
1
A-FB
MXD-D
MXC-D
MXB-D
MXA-D
1-Q
2-Q 19
MXA-Q
U1
SPH1
16V8
PRESS
+5V
20
Vcc
4 REC-D
3
2
1
"1" SEL
D6
D7
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
R124
10K
CUE
DROPOUT
C2
D
5 RN3
2 10K
10
SW1
1
1
1
R11
47Ω
.001µF
RN2
1 10K 2
1
1
R5
39Ω
RN1
2 10K 1
C1
100µF
T-5.0 + C44
1 2940 3
Q7
10Ω
R28
10Ω
R25
C9
1µF
100K R22
D
D
RN2
10K
100K R20
C8
1µF
C90
.1µF
+5V
+5V
+5V
+5V
+5V
D32
D
D31
D
D30
D
R18
220Ω
R17
220Ω
R16
220Ω
R15
220Ω
R14
220Ω
R13
220Ω
R12
220Ω
R10
220Ω
R7
220Ω
R8
220Ω
R9
220Ω
220Ω R6
220Ω R4
220Ω R3
220Ω R2
220Ω R1
+5V
R110
3.3Ω
1
2
2
1
3
3
CT12
1
2
2
1
3
3
CT11
3
1
1
3
CT6
CT6
2
3
3
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
CT7
15
15
CT7
14
14
13
13
11
11
12
10
12
CT4
10
13
13
CT4
12
11
11
12
10
10
9
9
7
7
8
6
6
8
1
1
CT3
5
5
CT3
4
4
9
3
3
9
2
2
8
CT2
CT2
8
8
7
7
8
6
6
5
5
3
3
4
2
2
4
1
CT1
1
SPS-6000 PCB CT1
D
8
6
D21
D22
13
+5V
U3d
12
*CUE 2
*CUE 1
U3b
14
D28
D27
D24
LM2940 T-5.0
IC PINOUT
CH ON
SW3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
MXA-Q
MXB-Q
MXC-Q
MXD-Q
REC-Q
/OE
2-Q
1-Q
V CC
14VCC
13
12
11
10
9
8
V SS
OFF-D
-X
CUE-X
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
OE
PGM-D
PGM-Q
NAUD-Q
NAUX-Q
NUTL-Q
NPCUE-Q
NCUE1-Q
NCUE2-Q
OFF-Q
V CC
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
20V8(SPH2)
IC PINOUT
1
2
3
4
5
6
VSS 7
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
74LS37 IC PINOUT
V SS
A-FB
B-D
REC-D
MXA-D
MXB-D
MXC-D
MXD-D
PRESS
A-D
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
16V8(SPH1)
IC PINOUT
1 2 3
3
3
8
9
7
D26
R21
10K
+5V
SW2
2
1
+5V
1
VIEWED FROM ABOVE
(COMPONENT SIDE)
PRESS
AUD-D
AUX-D
UTL-D
PCUE-D
CUE1-D
CUE2-D
ON-D
11
D29
"UTL" ENABLES
CHAN ON
D25
"AUX" ENABLES
CHAN ON
7
U3c
U3a
*PGM CUE
10
9
5
4
D20
D
10K
RN3
*PGM
D23
7
1
3
2
4
5
6
D
+
C14
4
5
D39
D33
D35
D34
D36
D37
D38
R46
100Ω
2
Q4
2N3906
2
1
+5V
R47
100Ω
U8
4N38
RN4
3.9K
SW11
3
5
C15
1µF
7 1
C7
+
D
C3
.1µF
17
4
16
3
15
2
14
1
TIMER
RESTART
CR MUTE
START
/STOP
COMMON
STOP
START
RECORD
READY
LOWER
DB-25
120
118
116
ST1 MUTE
N/C
ON AIR
TALLY
110
N/C
108
N/C
CUE
N/C
106
104
102
100
BUS
Q3
2N3906
+5V
CUE 2
CUE 1
P CUE
UTL
AUX
AUD
PGM
CH ON
R
13S0030B
7305 Performance Dr.
Syracuse, NY 13212
SPN-6000A, SPS-6000 PCBs
S.A.
05-01-95
A-6000 AUDIO CONSOLE
SPN-6000 SUPERPHONE MDLE
4
6
8
C10
+5V
R19
10Ω
MXM D
MXM C
MXM B
MXM A
"1" IN
TO SHEET 1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
D
D
CT1
SW"3a"
1
2
2
SW"3b"
3
4
5
8
SW3aLED
R1 1.0K
10
11
12
R2 1.0K
SW5aLED
SW5a
SW5a
SW4aLED
13
14
15
C
SW3aLED
SW3a
SW3a
SW5aLED
9
SW"4a"
3
4
5
6
7
CONNECTORS CHART
CT3
1
6
UDB/1
7
UDB/14
8
UDB/15
9
UDB/2
SW"4b"
SW3bLED
R7 1.0K
SW3b
SW3b
SW5bLED
10
UDB/5
11
UDB/18
12
UDB/19
13
UDB/6
14
UDB/3
15
SW3bLED
R8 1.0K
SW5bLED
SW5b
SW5b
SW4bLED
LDB/1
UPPER DB-25 CONNECTOR
LDB/14
LDB/15
CT5
LDB/2
1
LDB/5
2
LDB/18
3
LDB/19
4
LDB/6
5
LDB/3
6
SW"5b"
SW"5a"
7
8
9
10
11
12
SW"6a"
CT2
1
R3 1.0K
SW4a
SW4a
SW6aLED
2
3
4
5
SW"7a"
R5 1.0K
11
12
13
SW7aLED
SW7a
SW7a
SW8aLED
10
B
SW6aLED
SW6a
SW6a
SW7aLED
7
9
AGND
R4 1.0K
6
8
SW4aLED
R6 1.0K
SW8aLED
SW8a
SW8a
14
15
SW"6b"
UDB/16
1
UDB/17
2
UDB/4
3
UDB/7
4
UDB/20
5
UDB/21
UDB/8
SW"7b"
UDB/9
9
UDB/10
11
UDB/11
12
UDB/25
R10 1.0K
SW"8b"
R11 1.0K
SW7bLED
SW7b
SW7b
SW8bLED
R12 1.0K
13
SW8bLED
SW8b
SW8b
14
UDB/12
SW6bLED
SW6b
SW6b
SW7bLED
8
10
SW4bLED
SW4b
SW4b
SW6bLED
7
UDB/23
UDB/24
R9 1.0K
6
UDB/22
UTS-6000
PCB
AGND
13
CT4
15
14
LDB/16
15
LDB/17
16
LDB/4
17
LDB/7
18
LDB/20
19
LDB/21
20
LDB/8
21
LDB/9
22
LDB/22
23
LDB/23
24
LDB/10
25
SW3aLED
LOWER DB-25 CONNECTOR
CT6
SW3a
SW4aLED
UDB/1
1
UDB/2
2
SW4a
SW5aLED
UDB/3
3
UDB/4
4
SW5a
SW6aLED
UDB/5
5
UDB/6
6
UDB/7
7
UDB/8
8
UDB/9
9
UDB/10
10
SW6a
SW7aLED
SW7a
SW8aLED
SW8a
UDB/11
11
UDB/12
12
SW3aLED
UDB/14
14
UDB/15
15
UDB/16
16
UDB/17
17
UDB/18
18
UDB/19
19
UDB/20
20
SW3a
SW4aLED
SW4a
SW5aLED
SW5a
SW6aLED
SW6a
SW7aLED
SW7a
SW8aLED
SW8a
13
UDB/21
21
UDB/22
22
UDB/23
23
UDB/24
24
UDB/25
25
SW3bLED
LDB/1
SW3b
SW4bLED
LDB/2
SW4b
SW5bLED
LDB/4
SW5b
SW6bLED
LDB/6
SW6b
SW7bLED
SW7b
SW8bLED
LDB/3
LDB/5
C
LDB/7
LDB/8
LDB/9
LDB/10
LDB/11
SW8b
LDB/12
SW3bLED
LDB/14
SW3b
SW4bLED
SW4b
SW5bLED
SW5b
SW6bLED
SW6b
SW7bLED
SW7b
SW8bLED
SW8b
LDB/15
LDB/16
LDB/17
LDB/18
LDB/19
LDB/20
LDB/21
LDB/22
LDB/23
LDB/24
B
LDB/25
LDB/11
LDB/24
LDB/25
LDB/12
UTS-6000
PCB
AGND
APPROVALS
DRAWN
CHECKED
DATE
SA 7-26-99
ISSUED
8
A-6000/Jul 1999
TR-6000
CONTRACT NO.
A
7
6
TR-6000 Tape Remote
Module
Schematic
- Sheet 1 of 1
5
Page 5-5
4
3
W# 700178
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
DWG. NO.
13S0050
D
SCALE
2
TR-6000A PCB
SHEET
1
A
REV
1 OF 1
8
7
6
FOR
24 HOURS
OPERATION
REMOVE R67
3
2
6
7
7
1
2
6
3
4
5
BO 13
CO 12
D0
D1
D2
D3
LT
BI
LE
6
GND
GND
U17
12
13
4
3
2
1
U25 3
74ACT00
10
11
12
13
13
U17
12
11
74AC14
R66
10.0K
U17
9
10
10
74AC14
QA
QB
QC
QD
7
1
2
6
3
4
5
3
2
6
7
BO 13
CO 12
D0
D1
D2
D3
LT
BI
LE
QA
QB
QC
QD
QE
QF
QG
R14
475
13
12
11
10
9
15
14
R40
475
R42
475
R39
475
VCC
15
1
10
9
11
5
4
14
GND
0-5
74HC4511
GND
VCC
U11
A
B
C
D
LD
UP
DN
CL
BO 13
CO 12
D0
D1
D2
D3
LT
BI
LE
GND
R10
475
13
12
11
10
9
15
14
QA
QB
QC
QD
QE
QF
QG
0-9
R9
475
R37
475
R11
475
R36
475
R38
475
R12
475
VCC
15
1
10
9
11
5
4
14
GND
74HC4511
GND
74HC192
FOR
SLAVE REMOVE
OPERATION
J3 AND INSTALL
J1
U4
7
1
2
6
3
4
5
3
2
6
7
QA
QB
QC
QD
3
VCC
U10
A
B
C
D
LD
UP
DN
CL
QA
QB
QC
QD
7
1
2
6
3
4
5
3
2
6
7
BO 13
CO 12
GND
74HC192
U21
74ACT08
1
2
GND
U3
D0
D1
D2
D3
LT
BI
LE
QA
QB
QC
QD
QE
QF
QG
R5
475
13
12
11
10
9
15
14
R4
475
R33
475
R7
475
R32
475
R34
475
R6
475
13
9
7
12
5
6
8
10
11
COM1 14
COM2
dp1 4
dp2
d
d
17
dp
g2 dp c
e
e g1 18
c
f1
f2
e1 1
e2
g
g
d1 2
d2 b
f
f
b
c1 3
c2
b1 15
b2
a
a
a1 16
a2
DS4
VCC
15
1
10
9
11
5
4
14
GND
0-5
74HC4511
VCC
U9
A
B
C
D
LD
UP
DN
CL
BO 13
CO 12
GND
U2
7
1
2
6
3
4
5
3
2
6
7
QA
QB
QC
QD
D0
D1
D2
D3
LT
BI
LE
QA
QB
QC
QD
QE
QF
QG
D
R2
475
13
12
11
10
9
15
14
R1
475
R30
475
R3
475
R28
475
R31
475
R29
475
0-9
74HC4511
GND
74HC192
C
3
4
5
12
13
9
3
R56
3.32K
13
C34
1uF
C9
0.1uF
C10
0.1uF
12
11
U15
10
74AC14
9
4
5
6
U15
1
2
8
74AC14
C31
0.1uF
GND
3
U17
1
2
4
74AC14
C41
0.001uF
U19 3
74ACT00
12
13
8
9
10
9
10
74ACT74
9
10
U27
SET
9
CLK Q
D
8
CLR Q
12
13
U28
74ACT08
U28
74ACT08
U24 8
74ACT00
6 HOURS
8 MINUTES
11
U28
74ACT08
GND
15
1
10
9
11
5
4
14
U8
U20
74ACT08
A
B
C
D
LD
UP
DN
CL
VCC
3
2
6
7
QA
QB
QC
QD
BO 13
CO 12
GND
74HC192
SECONDS
12
13
15
1
10
9
11
5
4
14
U1
A
B
C
D
LD
UP
DN
CL
QA
QB
QC
QD
3
2
6
7
BO
CO
13
12
U23 6
74ACT00
11
U23
74ACT00
VCC
VCC
C12
0.1uF
GND
VCC
C13
0.1uF
GND
VCC
C15
0.1uF
GND
GND
7
VCC
C16
0.1uF
GND
32.768kHz
C3
10pF
VCC
C17
0.1uF
GND
VCC
C18
0.1uF
GND
C19
0.1uF
GND
TP1
32.678kHz
9
10
GND
VCC
C20
0.1uF
GND
12
11
C2
10pF
C4
50pF
GND
VCC
6
9
U19 10
74ACT00
2
U26 8
74ACT00
U26
74ACT00
4
5
3
11
U18
74ACT08
VCC
VCC
7
5
4
6
14
13
15
1
2
3
C27
0.1uF
GND
6
VCC
C26
0.1uF
GND
9
10
U26 6
74ACT00
1HZOUT60
U25
74ACT00
5
Page 6-10
U19 6
74ACT00
+5VREG
U15
8
CT2/7
CT2/6
10
11
12
13
SET
CT1/1
1
C29
0.1uF
GND
D4
1N4002W
GND
1
C21
330uF
VIN OUT
GND
+5VREG
C6
0.1uF
VCC
SS14 D3
6
C22
22uF
C30
22uF
5
3V
SET (H,M,S)
3
2 LM2940
POWER INTERFACE
BACK-UP
BATTERY
E1
CKC-5
PCB
6
C36
0.001uF
7
U24
74ACT00
4
5
3
U24
74ACT00
9
6
10
11
J3
4
3
2
1
GND
VCC
1HZ
12
C23
0.1uF
SET
5
CLK Q
D
6
CLR Q
1
2
1HZOUT CT2/3
CT1/12
3
GND
VCC
1HZOUT
1HZOUT60
MODE
TO
CLOCK
CONTROL
1OUTPUT
HZ (CT2)
1OUTPUT
HZ (CT1)
VCC
VCC
C32
0.1uF
GND
VCC
C35
0.1uF
GND
VCC
C37
0.1uF
GND
3
CT1/11
CT1/12
CT1/13
CT1/14
DIG.COM
+5V
1 HZ OUTPUT
1(FROM
HZ OUTPUT
60 HZ)
MODE
SELECT
5
6
7
8
TO TIMER
APPROVALS
DRAWN
SA
VCC
C7
0.1uF
GND
CT1/10
4
CONTRACT NO.
74ACT74
C14
0.1uF
GND
4
14
U16
VCC
GND
CT2
8
1
2
SET
9
CLK Q
D
8
CLR Q
C28
0.1uF
GND
C5
0.1uF
GND
Q1
+DIG
2
5
U16
VCC
GND
POLYSW
.3A
R65
1.00K
D2 1N4002W
+3V
B
NOT INSTALLED
SS14 D1
3
74ACT74
VCC
GND
GND
1
C39
0.1uF
F1
+DIGin
CT2/8
CT2/5
VCC
C45
0.1uF
GND
CT1
13
VCC
VCC
C43
0.1uF
+DIG IN
+DIG IN
DIG.COM
DIG.COM
1OUTPUT
HZ
(FROM
60 HZ)
CT1/13
1HZCLK
C25
0.1uF
GND
4
5
8
74AC14
VCC
J2
74AC14
74HC4060
C24
0.1uF
GND
U22
RST Q4
CLK Q5
Q6
Q7
CTC Q8
RTC Q9
Q10
Q12
Q13
Q14
U17
9
C44
0.001uF
4
Y1
U23 3
74ACT00
12
13
74HC192
8
U23 8
74ACT00
U18
74ACT08
GND
9
10
VCC
4
5
4
5
U26 11
74ACT00
GND
4
U27
SET
5
CLK Q
D
6
CLR Q
Clock Schematic - Sheet 1 of 1
Wheatstone/May 2001
3
1
2
GND
C11
0.1uF
GND
U15
74AC14
R55
10.0K
VCC
GND
U18
74ACT08
U24 11
74ACT00
U15
74AC14
U19 11
74ACT00
GND
VCC
1
2
R27
10M
U15
C1 74AC14
22uF
40.2K
R57
4148
D5
SET
1
U20 2
74ACT08
R61
100
U25 11
74ACT00
GND
3
8
A
B
C
D
LD
UP
DN
CL
U5
GND
5
GND
VCC
U12
R15
475
a
b
c
b
d
f
g
e
f
e
c
g
dp
d
dp
COM1
COM2
DS3
a
SECONDS
R8
475
R64
1.00K
R68
3.32K
R63
100
1
2
2
2
VCC
15
1
10
9
11
5
4
14
GND
U18 10
74ACT08
GND
74AC14
C38
22uF
GND
CT1/1
VCC
74HC192
U25
74ACT00
VCC
D6
4148
C42
1uF
C8
0.1uF
AGND
R45
475
R41
475
R35
475
7
6
4
2
1
9
10
5
3
8
R51
10.0K
V1
33V
VARISTOR
GND
C33
0.1uF
VCC
GND
GND
R54
3.32K
Z1
1.0V
R52
3.32K
MODE
CT1/14
AGND
VCC
8
GND
GND
LOCAL
SET
HOURS,
MINUTES,
SECONDS
REMOTE
R47
475
74ACT74
4
A
6
3
1
VCC
6
1
SW2
AGND
R44
475
74HC4511
GND
74AC14
GND
2
REMOTE
VCC
U17
5
R59
10.0K
R62
10.0K
RESET
LOCAL
VCC
MODE
AGND
R18
475
13
12
11
10
9
15
14
R13
475
+5VREG
R58
100
U20
74ACT08
SW1
4
R19
475
R60
100
11
VCC
CT2/4
QA
QB
QC
QD
QE
QF
QG
R46
475
GND
COM2
COM1
dp dp
d
c
e
g
f
e
g
f
d b
c
a
b
a
DS2
1
J1
60HZIN
CT2/1
1
BO 13
CO 12
D0
D1
D2
D3
LT
BI
LE
12
13
GND
VCC
7
1
2
6
3
4
5
3
2
6
7
QA
QB
QC
QD
U6
1HZIN
CT2/2
C47
0.001uF
EXTERNAL
RESET
A
B
C
D
LD
UP
DN
CL
74HC192
REMOVE
24
HOURSFOR
OPERATION
B
15
1
10
9
11
5
4
14
0-9
VCC
U13
R17
475
4
5
U20
74ACT08
12
13
60 HZ INPUT
VCC
GND
R25
10M
1 HZ INPUT
R22
475
R53
100
C
R50
475
74HC4511
GND
74HC192
QA
QB
QC
QD
QE
QF
QG
R48
475
GND
FOR
60HZ POWERLINE
OPERATION
REMOVE
J3 AND INSTALL
J2
8
3
5
10
9
1
2
4
6
7
2
+5VREG
R26
10M
QA
QB
QC
QD
R21
475
13
12
11
10
9
15
14
R23
475
a2
a1
a
a
b2
b1
c2
c1
b
b
f
f
d2
d1
g
g
e2
e1
f2
f1 e
c
c
e
g1
dp
dp g2
d
d
dp2
dp1
COM2
COM1
DS1
3
MINUTES
R16
475
11
10
8
6
5
12
7
9
13
R24
330K
A
B
C
D
LD
UP
DN
CL
U7
R49
475
+5VREG
R43
475
R69
1.00K
GND
15
1
10
9
11
5
4
14
0-2
VCC
U14
R20
475
C40
0.001uF
VCC
R67
100
D
4
+5VREG
HOURS
16
15
3
2
1
18
17
4
14
5
C46
0.1uF
GND
CHECKED
ISSUED
W# 700258
DATE
5-3-01
RESET
GND
GND
+DIGin
+DIGin
CT2/1
CT2/2
CT2/3
CT2/4
CT2/5
CT2/6
CT2/7
CT2/8
60 HZ INPUT
1HZ INPUT
1HZ OUTPUT
EXTERNAL
RESET
DIG.COM
DIG.COM
+DIG IN
+DIG IN
CLK-5
A
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
SIZE FSCM NO.
DWG. NO.
00S0013E
D
SCALE
2
J4
60HZIN
1HZIN
1HZOUT
CLK-5SE PCB
SHEET
1
REV
1 OF 1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
100uF
200V
.0047uF
HEAVY
DUTY
A.C.
SUPPLY
CABLE
105-120
VAC
INPUT60Hz
15A
6A4
3.6K
2W
GRN
PSR-1000 PCB
NOTES:
ALL
"SOFT
START"
COMPONENTS
PCB
MOUNTED
AND
ATTACHED
TO
115V
AC SOCKET,
NOIS
HAND
WIRING
NO
METAL
CHANGE
REQUIRED.
IN
ADJ
BLACK
WHT-BLK
BROWN
BLACK
WHT-BRN
ORANGE
VIO
VIO
BROWN
YELLOW
RED
ORANGE
GREEN
RED
~
~13.5V
~
- MB3510 +
~
~13.5V
~11V
~
- MB3510 +
~11V
~19.5V
~
- MB3510 +
~
~19.5V
~19.5V
~
- MB3510 +
~
~19.5V
A) AUDIO/PHANTOM COMMON
B) +V AUDIO
C) -V AUDIO
D) LAMP COMMON
E) +PHANTOM
F) DIGITAL COMMON
G) +DIGITAL
H) +LAMP
I) N/C
J) N/C
GRN
STATIC
SHIELD
~115VAC
C
D
I
J
B
A
E
H
F
G
A
POWER SUPPLY CONNECTOR
CASE
OUT
3
2
1
VIEWED
(SOLDERFROM
SIDE) BOTTOM
LM1085/LM317
IC PINOUT
A
.0047uF
BLACK
BLACK
NOTES: MODES:
FAILURE
1.RELAY
AND/OR
DRIVE
CIRCUIT
FAILSNOCOIL
"SOFT
START".
2.RELAY
CONTACTS
FAIL- ALLWAYS
"SOFT
START",
OUTPUTS
APPROACH
DROPOUT
ORPWR
NODC
OUTPUTS.
3.PLUGING
CORD
WITH PWR SWITCH ONNO
"SOFT START".
8
Rx
1.0
~39VAC CT
~39VAC CT
~42VAC
~22VAC CT
~27VAC CT
Z15L390
Z15L390
Z15L390
Z15L390
Z15L390
Z15L390
Z15L390
Z15L390
WP3
=21V
DC
WP2
WP1
WP7
=21V
DC
WP6
WP5
~
WP8
WP7
=17V
DC
WP6
WP5
TP4
WP3
10000uF
50V
10000uF
50V
+48V
F1
TP2
10000uF
50V
10000uF
50V
10000uF
50V
10000uF
50V
620
1uF
10uF
63V
0.0047uF
1uF
C15
1uF
C18
1uF
C14
1uF
C12
1uF
C4
1uF
C7
1uF
C5
1uF
C1
620
R15
620
R6
10uF 100K
63V
R8
C9
C22
R15
C15
1uF
C18
1uF
C14
1uF
2
2
2
2
2
3
Q2
3
R5
1 LM1085
VIN OUT
ADJ
Q3
1 LM1085
3
1 LM1085
VIN OUT
ADJ
3
3
3
R9
Q2
Q3
3
3
6A4
3
CR3 1 2
500 3
B
+11V
TRIM
1N4002
1uF
C17
1uF
C13
+7.5V
TRIM
D12
1 LM1085
VIN OUT
ADJ
Q7
1 LM1085
VIN OUT
ADJ
Q5
D14
CR1 1 2
500 3
1uF
C6
1uF
C3
1uF
C2
+40V
TRIM
1N4002
D3
1 LM1085
VIN OUT
ADJ
220
3
1 LM1085
VIN OUT
ADJ
R5
3
6A4
1 LM1085
VIN OUT
ADJ
Q1
D1
VoutPHR
-16V
TRIM
1N4002 D8
10K 3 2
CR2 1
470
100
3
1 LM317
VIN OUT
ADJ
Q4
D10 1N4002
CR3 1
1uF
C17
VoutV-3
1uF
C16
VoutV-2
1uF
C13
VoutV-1
VoutV-
+16V
TRIM
1uF
C6
VoutV+3
1uF
C3
VoutV+2
1uF
C2
VoutV+1
1N4002 D12
500 3 2
470
R16
1 LM1085
VIN OUT
ADJ
Q7
1 LM1085
VIN OUT
ADJ
Q6
1 LM1085
VIN OUT
ADJ
Q5
D14 6A4
CGND
VoutV+
1N4002 D3
500 3 2
CR1 1
R16
2
2
2
Q1
VIN OUT
ADJ
470
V-adj
2
2
2
V+adj
2
D1 6A4
IMPORTANT:
FOR
Q1-Q7FILM
USE INSULATOR!
HIGHT THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY
CERAMIC
TP2
C24
C23
TP1
C20
1uF
C12
R6
620
C4
1uF
C7
1uF
C5
1uF
C1
CGND
C8
VinVPH
VinV-
TP1
VinV+
POLYSW
.4A
470uF
100V
C21
C19
1N4002 D6
1N4002 D5
D7 1N4002
V+PH
10000uF
50V
10000uF
50V
D4 1N4002
C24
C23
PS-410
(RIGHT)PCB
=13V
DC
WP2
WP1
VPHAC2
82V
82ZA2
C27
0.47uF
WP11
C20
C19
PS-410
(LEFT) PCB
~ WP10 VPHAC1
~42
VAC
-WP8
+
-WP4
+
B
CGND
47
47
220
47
47
V1
R4
R17
R10
R4
R17
C26
2200uF
C28
2200uF
10uF
63V
C11
0.0047uF
C10
C
.05
.05
.05
R2
R3
R7
R14
R18
R19
.05
.05
.05
R2
R3
2200uF
C26
R7
.05
.05
.05
2200uF
C28
C
TP7
TP6
TP7
6A4
D13
NOT
INSTALLED
NOT
INSTALLED
C29
2200uF
10K
R11
DATE
DS3
620
R20
DS5
330
R1
SCALE
WP23
WP26
+11V
LED
AGND
B
F
G
I
J
E
C
A
GRN
D
YLW H
MB3510
BRN
ORG
MB3510
VIO
BLU
MB3510
BLK
RED
MB3510
D
SHEET
1 OF 7
REV
LAMP
COMMON
+LAMP
DIGITAL
COMMON
+DIG
N/C
N/C
00S0014E
PS-410E PCB
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
PHANTOM 5
-V AUDIO
AUDIO
COMMON
600
Drive
NewIndustrial
Bern, NC 28562
DWG. NO.
+V AUDIO
10
PIN
OUTPUT
CONNECTOR
D
PSC-6008
WP26
WP24
WP15
WP12
+
+11V
OUTPUT
WP25
-
+7.5V
LED
WP19
WP9
WP22
WP20
WP17
WP16
+
+7.5V
OUTPUT
WP18
- WP21
+40V
LED
WP13
+
+40V
OUTPUT
WP14
-
SIZE FSCM NO.
D
DS4
DS6
10K
NOT
INSTALLED
R13
10K
1N4002 D11
+12V
LED
NOT
INSTALLED
WP24
WP15
WP12
WP19
+
-16V
OUTPUT
WP25
-
+7.5V
LED
WP9
WP22
WP20
WP17
WP16
+
+16V
OUTPUT
WP18
- WP21
NOT
INSTALLED
R12
VoutPHD
SA 8-31-01
W# 700259
ISSUED
CHECKED
APPROVALS
DRAWN
-16V
LED
NOT
INSTALLED
Z6V2
Z2
+16V
LED
NOT
INSTALLED
+11V
TEST
POINT
TP8
6A4
D2
TP3
Z6V2
Z1
+40V
LED
NOT
INSTALLED
+7.5V
TEST
POINT
TP4
VPHcom
NOT
INSTALLED
C25
2200uF
TP5
SW1
PHANTOM
POWER
ON
DIP SWITCH
1
2
3
4
+4OV
TEST
POINT
D9
1N4002
-16V
LED
1.0K
NOT
INSTALLED
Z2
Z6V2
6.2V
R20
C29
TP8
V-com
D13
6A4
+16V
LED
1.0K
R1
NOT
INSTALLED
2200uF
+16V
TEST
POINT
-
V+com
D2
6A4
TP3
TP4
+16V
TEST
POINT
-
NOT
INSTALLED
Z1
Z6V2
6.2V
C25
NOT
INSTALLED
2200uF
CONTRACT NO.
.05
R14
R19
Page 5-35
.05
DS6
DS4
DS5
DS3
DS1
VoutPH
Power Supply Schematic - Sheet 1 of 1
DS2
A-6000/Aug 2001
Load Sheets
LOAD SHEETS
CHAPTER CONTENTS
Mono Mic/Line Input....................................................................... 6-2
Mono Mic/Line Input (w/EQ)........................................................... 6-2a
Stereo Line Input ............................................................................. 6-3
Stereo Line Input (w/EQ) ................................................................. 6-4
Output Master ................................................................................. 6-5
Meter Output .................................................................................. 6-6
Control Room Monitor ..................................................................... 6-7
Studio Control ................................................................................. 6-8
Source Select PCB (CR & SC monitor modules) ............................ 6-9
Intercom .......................................................................................... 6-10
Line Selector ................................................................................... 6-11
Superphone ..................................................................................... 6-12
Tape Remote ................................................................................... 6-13
Main Interface Board ....................................................................... 6-14
Timer .............................................................................................. 6-15
Timer Control ............................................................................... 6-16
Clock ............................................................................................... 6-17
Clock Control ............................................................................... 6-18
Power Supply .................................................................................. 6-19
94
A-6000 / May
Jul 02
Page 6 - 1
DS1
C3
SW1
.1uF
R15
R14
220
2N3903
R12
R13
R11
2N3903
R10
R9
MASTER A
LT
RT
AUX
RT
LT
PGM
B
GAIN TRIM
A
S1
MONO SUM
MXM
DS2
SW2
PGM
M1
220
100
10K
100
C8
C6
.1uF
10K
C7
22µF
AUX
OPTIONAL FADERS
OMSW-6000 PCB
R10
10K
C31
R14
+
+
C47
+
100uF
+
U14
U15
2143
2142
R39
R43
U13
C51
47K
CR12
10K
C50
47K
CR11
CT3
C53
R44
100uF
+
CT2
R41
47K
CR10
R42
Q4
47K
CR9
100uF
10K
Q3
.1uF
.1uF
7918
+
100uF
C37
7818
R40
+
U34
R48
C66
1
BUS
10K
33pF
10K
33pF
C121
10K
33pF
C122
C123
5532
C97
+
C106
Q6
100uF
.1uF
.1uF
.1uF
C124
C125
SW3
MUSIC
INSERT
BYPASS
10K
10p
C56
.1uF
2143
SW1
U20
.1uF
.1uF
C71
2143
U24 2142
3.3Ω
R67
R68
5532
5532
U23 2143
+
7818
5532
ON
OFF
C52
.1uF
100uF
R74
R73
C69
.1uF
U19 2142
R75 R76 R77
3.3Ω
.1uF
U30
C96
C80
10p
11K
10p
11K
U33
C95
10K
C79
3.3Ω
C94
R72 33pF
R66
10K
10K
33pF
10K
C60
C70
U32
100uF
C104
C120
+
BUS
MINUS
10K
33pF
C119
5532
C78
C105 U31
R85
.1uF
C118
5532
C93
33pF
10K
R84
U43
C92
33pF
10K
R71
R70
.1uF
C102
10K
33pF
U28
.1uF
5532
+
100uF
C103 U29
R83
.1uF
C117
C76
33pF
10K
R82
C116
10K
33pF
R81
5532
C90
10K
33pF
R65
C75
33pF
10K
C91 U27
R64
C89
.1uF
5532
U26
R63
U22
.1uF
U21
.1uF
C74
33pF
10K
R80
2142
10K
33pF
C88
C77
R79
C87
5532
C73
R75
10K
33pF
.1uF
U18 2143
7918
C68
33pF
10K
C115
5532
R50
33pF
10K
.1uF
U42
U41
U40
U39
2142
.1uF
C100
2142
.1uF
C114
.1uF
C113
2142
.1uF
R49
U38
.1uF
C112
2142
.1uF
C111
U37
.1uF
C110
U36
2142
2142
C101
R69
C72
U35
2142
.1uF
C109
2142
.1uF
C107
C108
.1uF
2142
22.1K
11K
5.49K
C86 10p
C99
+
100uF
R60
R61
R62
.1uF
C85
22.1K
11K
5.49K
C84 10p
R57
R58
R59
C82
.1uF
22.1K
11K
5.49K
C83 10p
100uF
R54
R55
R56
R51
22.1K
11K
5.49K
C81 10p
R52 R53
C59
Q5
C67
10p
10K
C58
C57
11K
10p
5532
C65
U17
.1uF
C64
R47
10p
11K
C62
R46
C63
11K
10p
5532
.1uF
10p
11K
C61
R45
100uF
U16
+
+
100uF
C39
100uF
10K
100uF
C32
22µF
100uF
2143
100uF
C15
10K
C30 22µF
+
C48
C49
Q2
6.19K
C12
C13
R9
.1uF
.1uF
10K
C36
C35
U11
.1uF
C29
.1uF
78L05
79L05
U12
2143
10p
C20
C38
10K
R14
22µF C28
Q1
U6
10p
C19
CR7 CR8
CR6
C8
22µF C14
C54
C55
CR5
22µF
R4
U7 +
3.3Ω
CR4
5532
3.3Ω
CR3
R3
10K
R38
CR2
5532
C4
10p
6.19K
R37
CR1
10p
6.19K
6.19K
10K TRIM
10K TRIM
10K TRIM
10K TRIM
10K TRIM
10K TRIM
10K TRIM
10K TRIM
.1uF
.1uF
C9
10K
R7
6.19K
10K
10p
R24
C34
C34
22.1K
4053
R11
6.19K
10p
C18
U5
10K
+
U10
6.19K
10p
C11
5532
R13
R23
22.1K
22.1K
R22
22µF
R8
C10
22µF
C17
R21
+
R20
C45
CT1
22.1K
C16
U4
R2
10p
47K
.1uF
.1uF
+
5532
R5
C7
R6
U3
22µF
C46
22.1K
11K
5.49K
.1uF
.1uF
R34
R35
R36
.1uF
22.1K
11K
5.49K
C43 10p
R31
R32
R33
C44
22.1K
11K
5.49K
C42 10p
.1uF
C41
R28
R29
R30
22.1K
11K
5.49K
C40 10p
2143
C3
C2
6.19K
U2
SOCK
R25
R26
R27
R1
C6
U1
R19
C26
C27
C25
.1uF
5532
2143
11K
10p
10p
C24
R18
10p
R17
C23
C22
.1uF
5532
U9
11K
10p
11K
U8
11K
10p
C21
R16
2143
.1uF
C5
+
.1uF
C1 22µF
.1uF
.1uF
R1 R2 D1 R3 D2 R4 D3 R5
4.7K
10K
10K
1N914
100
1N914
10K
1N914
100
+
C5 22µF
4.7K
R6 R7
+
22µF
R8
C1
C4
10K
8 DIP CT1
10K
C2
.1uF
22µF
Q3
Q2
Q1
LM2931
14013
.1uF
+
U1
.1uF
2142
2143
C126
.1uF
ON
U25
SPEECH
INSERT
BYPASS C98
OFF
SW2
.1uF
2143
U45
U46
U44
C127
119
.1uF
2143
13
5.49K
6.19K
10K
11K
22.1K
}
1%
U-DB
1
13
WHEATSTONE CORP.
OM-6000
LOAD SHEET
13L0009B
L-DB
1
U47
C73
100uF
+
U21
+
2142
U22
10K
40.2K
2142
U23
} 1%
2142
U24
2142
U25
2142
U26
13
U-DB
2142
U27
U28
2142
U29
2142
U30
2142
1
C89
7818
Q21
+
100uF
7918
3.3Ω
+
R60
13L0013B
100uF
C70
+
Q22
BUS
1
WHEATSTONE CORP.
SC-6000A
LOAD SHEET
C46
+
CT9
119
13
+
+
C93
L-DB
100uF
DIP SW
DIP SW
SW3
SW4
R42
C52
C31
100
100uF
.1uF
+
10Ω
R40
R41
C50
.1uF
40.2K
R21
C30 10p
10K
R22
C34
10K
C49
C51
.1uF
R39
100
.1uF
R38
C48
100
10K
U9
1N914
.1uF
.1uF
40.2K
10p
10K
C27
C28
R19
C29
R20
+
C67
C68
CT10
1
RN12
100uF
1N914
D7
D8
R37
R36
C20
2N3903
100uF
10K
C37
10Ω
+
79L05
C17
.1uF
R6
C16
.1uF
10K
100K
CT7
3.9K
+
SW 1
5K D AUDIO ROT FDR
2N3903
+
CR 4
CR 5
3.9K
STU2
DIM
R34
22uF
STU 4 MUTE
STU 3 MUTE
STU 2 MUTE
STU 1 MUTE
RN11
C45
C26
5532
TB STU2 STU1 MUTE
TB STU1 STU2 MUTE
STU 2(4) TB MUTE
STU 1(3) TB MUTE
C44
100uF
C47
R35
C18
+ C19
D10
100uF
+
1N914
100uF
DIALIGHT
SW
D9
+
CT6
100
78L05
CR 2
CR 3
.1uF
U8
40.2K
R17
C25 10p
10K
R18
.1uF
40.2K
10p
10K
5532
C23
R15
C24
R16
C14
.1uF
R5
R4
C13
10K
10p
5K D AUDIO ROT FDR
1N914
4053
R58
100uF
R59
U14
3.3Ω
100uF
100uF
3.3Ω
C33
R57
+
R56
CT4
.1uF
C15
22uF
3.3Ω
100uF
4053
+
Q18
3.3Ω
C11
TB DIM
100uF
22uF
U7
C22
C10
5532
+
C91
C92
100uF
10K
10p
40.2K
+
+
Q17
.1uF
RN4
22uF
U6
.1uF
2N3906
C5
R2
C12
R3
220
CT5
C90
CT3
C88
Q16
2N3906
.1uF
Q15
R1
2N3906
3.9K
Q14
C87
2N3906
2N3906
.1uF
10K
.1uF
Q9 Q10 Q11 Q12
R33
C43
LT
RT
RN3
Q13
C86
U19
10K
.1uF
CR 1 10K S AUDIO
C95
100uF
.1uF
.1uF
C79
100K
U13
2N3906
2N3906
C4
3.9K
.1uF
R30
STU 1
DIM
R31
R32
4053
100K
2N3906
U5
C85
5532
10K
10p
U18
R52
C66
5532
10K
10p
.1uF
10p
10K
10K
.1uF
10K
LT
RT
CT2
R50
C63
C64
C65
R51
R28
R29
C42
100K
100K
RN2
.1uF
U17
R27
R26
4053
10p
10K
U12
C62
R49
C9
.1uF
5532
C61
3.9K
2N3906
10K
10p
Q8
74LS154
C84
+
2N3906
.1uF
100uF
Q7
C83
C77
2N3906
.1uF
U16
Q6
C82
5532
1µF
2N3906
R48
.1uF
74C922
Q5
.1uF
.1uF
TP1
C81
RN9
U11
RN10
CT8
10p
10K
C3
U4
+
3.9K
C8
C60
R47
4053
.1uF
.1uF
.1uF
10K
C40
C41
3.9K
C59
2N3906
Q4
RN1
U3
.1uF
2N3906
Q3
C2
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
+
.1uF
+
10K
10p
100uF
R46
C58
CT1
2N3906
2N3906
10p
10K
Q2
R14
Q1
C57
R45
RN8
10K
1N914
1N914
1N914
1N914
1N914
1N914
C1
C80
C69
74LS37
C78
U20
3.9K
R25
C38
C39
R10
R11
R12
U2
RN7
10K
100
.1uF
.1uF
R24
.1uF
C36
C35
R9
74LS37
.1uF
R53
U15
.1uF
5532
10p
10K
.1uF
4053
C55
R44
C56
U10
C76
5532
100
4053
10K
10p
.1uF
10K
10p
C7
47K
1K
220
220
220
220
220
10K
.1uF
R13
.1uF
C53
R43
C54
R8
R7
C75
C72
RN6
.1uF
10K
22µF
R55
C74
10p
10K
100uF
R54
+
3.9K
R23
C21
RN14
RN5
.1uF
10K
U1
3.9K
RN13
10K
4022
MMS-6000A
PCB
DIALIGHT
SW
22uF
C6
+ 22uF
22uF
C32
100uF
+
SW 2
Q19
Q20
2940
C71
100uF
Q23
C94
2
1
0
10
5
10
6
5
10
6
TB 1
STUDIO 1
0
4
TB 2
STUDIO 2
0
4
TALKBACK
8
9
1
6
7
5
2
4
3
1
3
2
3
9
7
9
7
UTL
AUX
STEREO
AUD
PGM
D
B
2
C
A
1
S2
MXM
MONO
8
8
SENDS
EXTERNAL
RT
LT
MONO
STEREO
MODE
S1
4
3
2
1
47K
1K
10pF
R49
R50
C40
R51
5532
U5
5532
U6
2.61K
10K
40.2K
}
.1uF
13
1%
C28
U-DB
2143
2143
U7
U8
C30
100uF
C50
+
1
100uF
100uF
+
C51
Q8
C31
100uF
+
C32
C33
100uF
7818
+
7918
C57
C55
C56
.1uF
.1uF
R61
R60
SW9
SW10
BUS
1
WHEATSTONE CORP.
ICM-6000
LOAD SHEET
13L0016A
R40
C35
R41
C36
R42
C37
R43
R44
DIP SW
1N4002
1N4002
D32
D33
1N4002
1N4002
D35
D36
D34
1N4002
1N4002
D31
CUE LOGIC ENABLE
EXT +V
EXT -V
EXT +D
1N4002
CT4
21K
330pF
1K
.18uF
2Ω
33p
42.2K
10Ω
D37
1N914
R38
R39
DIP SW
10Ω
10Ω
R37
Q9
R36
100uF
3.3Ω
C34
3.3Ω
1N4002
8
R59
7
R58
3
4
5
6
STATIONS
SW7
220
2N3903
4.7K
2N3906
R5
1.5K
R6
220
R7
2.4K
R8
220
C2 .1uF
R9
2.4K
1N914
D1
R10
10K
R4
R12
R13
R16
C6
D12
D11
D10
D9
D8
D5
D6
D7
R14
R15
D3
D4
Q10
LM2940T-5.0
100uF
1N4002
1N4002
1N4002
1N4002
1N4002
1N4002
1N4002
D15
D16
D17
D18
D19
D20
SW8
C8
C25 1µF
13
L-DB
470uF
470uF
1N4002
D13
.1uF
4.7K
47Ω
10Ω
2N3906
D14
C7
R17
R18
R19
.1uF
1.5K
2N3906
1N4002
1N4002
1N4002
1N4002
1N4002
1N4002
1N4002
1N4002
4.7K
4.7K
1N914
1N914
2N3906
2.4K
100
C4 .1uF
1N914
D2
4.7K
R11
C5 .1uF
Q5
3.3Ω
+
SW6
D30
CT3
3.3Ω
100uF
SW5
Q4
3.3Ω
+
SW4
D29
C15
3.3Ω
C29
2
SW3
Q3
.1uF
.1uF
100uF
C53
C54
+
U1
R47
R48
1
SW2
74LS74
10K
10K
SW1
22µF
R45
R46
+
C3
10K
10K
T1
Q2
C52
TRIM
R3
R1
R2
C1
50K TRIM
.001uF
1K
1.69K
10K TRIM
DS1
.1uF
1N914
Q1
.1uF
D28
1N914
J1
R24
R23
CR2
C49
D26
D27
1N914
1N914
D24
D25
1N914
100uF
.1uF
D22
D23
+
1N914
1N914
C14
D21
R20
C12
R21
R22
CR1
1N914
JUMP
470
4.7K
40.2K
10K
10pF
10K
C11
.001uF
CT2
C48
10K
10K
R28
EXT LINE IN
CR TO STU TB
STU1 TO STU2 TB
STU2 TO STU1 TB
10K
R26
R27
C10
.001uF
C13
C46 .001uF
C47 .001uF
.1uF
100uF
C45
C27
C44
U4
10K
+
R25
C18
C16
C17
10pF
.1uF
.1uF
5532
10K
10pF
10K
C19
R29
4.7K
C20 330pF
JUMP
J2
JUMP
J3
R30
100K
100uF
U2
47K
R35
C24
R34
10K
47K
R33
CT1
R56
C43
R57
100uF
10pF
10K
+
C42
R55
Q7
10K
1K
4053
.1uF
10K
47K
R32
MIC TRANS
10K
10pF
C23
R31
PRI
R52
C41
R53
R54
22µF
.1uF
+
78L05
22µF
10K
.1uF
C39
Q6
79L05
C22
.1uF
C21
C38
UTS-6000A PCB
+
100uF
CT5
+
+
100uF
+
C58
119
CT7
CT8
1
C9
LM675
U3
1µF
C26
CT6
STATION
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
INTERCOM
PRIVACY
BUSY
NULL
MIC
SOURCE
PRE SELECT
220
220
220
220
220
220
220
220
.1uF
U3
U4
1µF
C15
1K(BUSSED)
100uF
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
R22
R23
R24
R25
R26
R27
R28
R29
U13
U14
C56
100uF
C58
C59
.1uF
R32
+
.1uF
R31
R30
C60
3.3Ω
7918
100uF
3.3Ω
+
C54
C55
Q4
100uF
7818
.1uF
Q3
.1uF
C51
.1uF
2142
C50
2142
.1uF
C49
U25
.1uF
C48
C46
U23
U24
.1uF
U22
.1uF
.1uF
2143
C47
.1uF
2143
2143
Q5
BUS
C57
2143
U26
100uF
C53
U15
U27
100uF
LM2940T-5.0 +
100uF
1
C62
+
.1uF
U12
3.3Ω
+
100uF
2143
C61
2143
119
U28
13
10K
}
1%
U-DB
13
1
WHEATSTONE CORP.
LS-6000
LOAD SHEET
13L0023A
.1uF
2143
C63
2143
+
C39
100uF
C45
U21
+
L-DB
1
C64
10K
R21
.1uF
C44
U20
2143
2143
U11
C27
100uF
2143
.1uF
10K
R20
.1uF
U19
2143
C43
.1uF
C42
U18
2143
+
C29
10K
R19
+
C26
100uF
.1uF
10K
R18
+
C38
C28
10K
R17
+
C37
100uF
.1uF
10K
C36
100uF
100uF
+
C24
U10
R16
.1uF
C40
U17
2143
C41
.1uF
U16
2143
+
.1uF
U9
C52
2143
100uF
C23
.1uF
U8
4053
10K
+
C16
+
C31
4053
R15
+
100uF
C30
U7
C35
100uF
+
CT2
.1uF
4053
.1uF
C21
.1uF
C19
.1uF
4053
10K
+
C34
100uF
100uF
C22
CT1
U6
C33
100uF
C10
RN1
R14
C32
+
R6
R7
R8
R9
R10
R11
C13
74LS240
R4
R5
C8
.1uF
330
+
4051
C25
100uF
100uF
C14
4053
U5
74C922
C6
C12
C18
.1uF
.1uF
100uF
.1uF
+
4053
+
C5
C7
R3
100uF
.1uF
78L05
79L05
R2
C4
Q2
C9
U2
TP
100uF
C11
C17
Q1
C20
R13
10K
10pF
C3
R1
47K
C2
10pF
10K
100uF
R12
C1
.1uF
5532
47K
+
U1
.1uF
UTS-6000A PCB
2143
U13
2143
U14
+
2143
U15
+
U16
2143
+
5532
U17
C64
10K
11K
22.1K
88.7K
+
}
100uF
5532
U18
1%
C65
U19
13
U20
U-DB
+
U21
22uF C89
U23
U24
1
U25
U26
BUS
U27
C73
+
22µF
22µF
+
R105
R107
Q7
100uF
LM2940
+
100uF
+
C45
C54
SW11
R103 R104 Z1 R106 R108
1
WHEATSTONE CORP.
SPN-6000A
LOAD SHEET
13L0015A
Q5
CT11
.1uF
7 P DIP SW
13
2142
U28
2142
U30
119
L-DB
SW4 +
1µF
Q3
Q4
100
2N3906
CT12
2N3903
2N3903
1µF
+
C9
Q1
3.9K(ISOL)
RN4
2142
2142
2142
U32
1
C57
+
R47
100uF
R22
R23
R24
R25
R26
R27
R28
.1uF
5532
C25
R20
100K
1.5K
10K
10Ω
10K
1.5K
10Ω
U31
C78
C44
U7
100K
2N3906
1N914
1N914
1N914
10Ω
1N914
D22
D23
R19
C8
C91
Q5
C24
100
1N914
220
1N914
220
1N914
220
1N914
1N914
1N914
.1uF
D8
R10
D9
C4
1µF
.1uF
CT10
.1uF
R46
D20 D21
.1uF
RN3
C56
D14
R16
D15
R17
D16
R18
D17
D18
D19
C6
.1uF
47Ω
1N914
220
1N914
220
1N914
220
1N914
220
.001uF
220
220
220
220
.1uF
1N914
220
1N914
DIALIGHT
SW
.1uF
C37 22µF 22µF C38
+
C26
C5
R11
D10
R12
D11
R13
D12
R14
D13
R15
10K(BUSSED)
.1uF
22µF
22µF C13
.1uF
+
C55
C23
2N3903
E FDR
START
.1uF
CUE2
SW
R123
R124
CUE1
SW
10K
10K
CT8
CR MUTE
CR W/PGM MUTE
ST1 MUTE
ST1 W/PGM MUTE
ON AIR
CUE ENABLE
TIMER RESTART
CT7
R56
88.7K
C40 10p
22.1K
R57
C22
C39 10p
R55
88.7K
R6
R7
R8
R9
C3
1N914
1N914
1N914
C2
.1uF
TWO 10K SINGLE AUDIO FDRs
C77
100uF
C74
D39
+
1N914
CT9
D33
D34
D35
D36
D37
D38
+
22.1K
Q2
CT6
R122
C43
R54
22µF
R111
R112
R113
R114
R115
R116
R117
R118
R119
R120
R121
PGM
AUX
UTL
CUE
ENABLES ENABLES SW
CH ON
CH ON
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
1N914
1N914
1N914
1N914
1N914
1N914
C71
C76
470uF
CT5
R110
100uF
.1uF
+
SW3
3.3Ω
SW2
C75
22µF
Q6
SW2 RT-AUX FOLLOWS ON SW
SW2 LT-AUX ENABLES CH ON
SW3 RT-UTL FOLLOWS ON SW
SW3 LT-UTL ENABLES CH ON
.1uF
.1uF
+
7818
C42
7918
C46
Z2
R73
10K
CUE
DROP
OUT
2.4K
3.3Ω
2.4K
3.3Ω
.1uF
C53
R72
10K
+
C72
4053
.1uF
C70
4053
R70
R71
10K
10K
+
1N751
1N751
.1uF
C52
R68
R69
10K
10K
470uF
R67
C36
10K
SW7 SW8 SW9 SW10
UTL AUX AUD PGM
.1uF
.1uF
C51
10p
4053
C68
+
R65
R66
CT4
10K
MICS
TO
ASSIGN
.1uF
4053
10K
10K
R64
R63
R61
R62
10K
R43
R44
R45
D5
D6
D7
SW1
C69
C50
.1uF
470uF
C67
10K
10K
C35
.1uF
+
10K
R53
4.7K
10K
10K
R42
R41
R39
R40
C12
R37
R38
CT3
4053
CR7
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
.1uF
10K
10K TRIM
1N914
D1
R1
220
1N914
D2
R2
220
1N914
D3
R3
220
R4
220
R5
39Ω
C1 .001uF
1N914
D4
RN2
R102
R81
R60
R58
R59
22µF C34
10K
10K
10K
R93
R92
+
10K
R91
+ C32
R90
10K
10K
R89
R87
22µF
C49
22.1K
22.1K
22.1K
R85
22µF
.1uF
22.1K
C28 C30 +
R86
R88
C66
4053
22µF
22µF
.1uF
U12
22.1K
R83
R84
+
22µF
22µF C33
4053
100uF
22µF
10K
C41
C27
U22
U11
COMPOSITE
TO ASSIGN
22.1K
22.1K
TO
HYBRID 2
10 K
10K(BUSSED)
74LS37
C90
.1uF
10 K
SW6
SPH2
1µF
.1uF
C59
U6
1µF
4053
4053
CR6
4.7K
C21
C10
+
R109
100uF
10p
C20
+
4053
+
5532
R82
TO
HYBRID 1
4.7K
10 K
R52
10p
CT2
22.1K
CALLERS
TO TR 2&3
C19
R51
CR5
10 K
CR4
C18
10K
R79
R80
R34
R35
R36
C11
R33
10K(BUSSED)
U3
CR 1
CR 2
10K
10K
+
RN1
4053
10K
10K
10K
10K
.1uF
10K
R30
R29
R31
R32
CR1
U2
C7
10K
10K
C63
10K
4.7K
10p
SPH1
10K
10p
10K
.1uF
100uF
5532
U1
R100
C87
R101
C88
100uF
R78
4053
10K
CALLERS
TO TR 1
U5
10K
R96
C84 10p
10K
R97
C85 .1uF
47K
R98
C86 10p
10K
R99
C62
4.7K
10p
47K
10p
10K
COMPOSITE
10 K
R49
R50
10K
5532
R94
C83
R95
10 K
CR3 CR2
10K
10K
10K
CT1
.1uF
100uF
U4
C82
C61
C48
C16 C17
.1uF
10p
U10
.1uF
10K
R76
R77
10K
R48
4.7K
10p
C81
C58
C60
.1uF
100uF
R75
C47
5532
11K
10p
U9
C80
.1uF
+
C79
R74
4.7K
SPS-6000
PCB
DIALIGHT
SW
1N914
1N914
1N914
1N914
1N914
1N914
1N914
1N914
D24
D25
D26
10K
1N914
R21
D27
D28
D29
D30
D31
D32
SW5
1µF
C15
C14
4N38
+
U8
U29
REC
EXTERNAL
FEEDS
READY
D
B
UTL
AUX
CUE
2
CUE
START
00
70
60
50
40
30
20
15
10
5
0
CALLERS INPUT
CALLERS
CUE
1
PROGRAM
ASSIGN
AUD
PGM
ON AIR
C
A
MXM
CALLER FEED
FEED TRIM
2
1
OPTIONS
14-pin dip socket
connector (CT1) for
ribbon cable to main
clock PCB.
HOLD switch (SW1)
FAST switch (SW2)
PARTS LIST — CLOCK CONTROL CARD
PART NUMBER
CT1
SW1
SW2
A6000 / Mar 97
DESCRIPTION
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD, CKC–5C
CONNECTOR, 14-PIN DIP SOCKET
SWITCH, PUSHBUTTON, DPDT,
LATCHING
SWITCH, PUSHBUTTON, DPDT,
MOMENTARY
Clock Control Card — PCB & Parts List
QTY
1
1
1
1
Page 6 - 18
APPENDIX
Appendix
CHAPTER CONTENTS
BALANCED vs UNBALANCED I/O CONNECTIONS ..................... A-1
Typical Unbalanced Connections (dwg) ............................. A-2
NOTES ON LEVEL MEASUREMENT ........................................... A-3
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................. A-3
Basic Procedures .............................................................. A-3
Testing a "Live" Console – Precautions ............................... A-3
Integrated Circuits ............................................................ A-4
OTHER DETAILS ........................................................................ A-5
EXTERNAL SOURCE MACHINE INTERFACES ............................ A-6
GENERAL ................................................................................ A-6
Start/Stop Control from Channel ON/OFF Switches ......... A-6
Tallyback "READY" Functions ........................................... A-7
Remote Control of Channel ON/OFF Switches ................... A-8
INDIVIDUAL SOURCE MACHINES ........................................... A-9
Denon 951A CD Player ...................................................... A-9
Denon 995R MD Player ................................................... A-11
Fidelipac DCR 1000 Floppy Cart Player ........................... A-13
Sony MDS-B3 Player ....................................................... A-15
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ................................................. A-16
SL-6000 Off Circuit Modification ..................................... A-16
Double Connection to One Pin Wiring Procedure ............. A-17
BALANCED VERSUS UNBALANCED
INPUT/OUTPUT CONNECTIONS
By now everyone knows (or should know) that balanced inputs and
outputs are highly desirable - they have an intrinsic ability to reject hum,
noise, crosstalk, and RF, even if the shielding and grounding leave something
to be desired. Telephone companies routinely pack hundreds of balanced
lines into one cable, with no shielding, next to AC power lines and street
lights, and if good balance is maintained, the individual circuits are completely
free of noise and crosstalk.
Not all equipment used in stations is balanced, however, and the most
cost-effective devices often don’t have +4 dBu output levels, either. Because
of these realities, all Wheatstone consoles are designed to accept balanced
or unbalanced sources with levels as low as -10 dBu.
Connecting unbalanced inputs is simple—wire to the console with typical
shielded two conductor cable (like Belden 9451), just as if you were
connecting a balanced source. At the unbalanced machine’s output, connect
the black wire (LOW) to the shield. This “pseudo-balanced” connection has
proven to be the simplest and most trouble-free way to go. Another plus is
that the wiring need not be changed out if a balanced output machine is
subsequently installed in that position. If the machine has a -10 dBu output,
don’t hesitate to turn your input trimmers as high as is needed.
A-6000 / Nov
Sep 93
96
Appendix Page - 1
APPENDIX
The ability to use output HIGH or
LOW permits an easy phase reversal of the console's output
signals, should this be desired.
A-6000 consoles use a new type of balanced output circuit, which behaves
exactly like the secondary of a high-quality transformer, with no center tap—
this output is both balanced and floating. Either the HIGH or LOW side of the
output should be strapped to ground, with the output taken from the other
side. (Normally you’d strap LOW to ground, and take HIGH to feed your
unbalanced equipment.)
This type of self-compensating active-balanced output has been tried
before, but it required costly hand-matching of resistors to maintain
stability and low distortion. The 2142 balanced line driver IC uses lasertrimming of the on-chip resistors, under computer control, to achieve the
desired results at a realistic price. A major advantage over the discrete
component designs is the ability to replace the IC without the need for handpicking resistors to restore the performance of the circuit. If lightning ever
strikes in your neighborhood, you know that nothing is totally immune to a
close hit. It’s comforting to know that you can simply unplug the left or right
Program output stage, and swap in another (let’s say, for example, from an
Audition output or a CR module control room output), and be back up and
running in minutes.
CONSOLE INPUT
RED
Balanced
Source
Output
BALANCED INPUT
BLK
SHIELD
A-6000 CONSOLE INPUTS
RED
Unbalanced
Source
Output
UNBALANCED INPUT
BLK
SHIELD
CONSOLE INPUT
Tie low (black) and shield
together at source end
Typical unbalanced input and output connections to the A-6000 console.
CONSOLE OUTPUT
H
2142
L
BALANCED
OUTPUT
SH
A-6000 CONSOLE OUTPUTS
CONSOLE OUTPUT
H
+
2142
UNBALANCED
OUTPUT
L
–
SH
A-6000 / Nov
Sep 93
96
Appendix Page - 2
APPENDIX
NOTES ON LEVEL MEASUREMENT
Audio levels today are commonly referred to as voltage equivalents of power
levels in 600 ohm circuits. One milliwatt (0 dBm) in 600 ohms is a voltage of
.775 V. The corresponding unit for use in circuits where the exact impedance
is unknown or irrelevant is the dBu (the "u" stands for "unloaded"). Thus, 0
dBu is .775 V regardless of the impedance of the circuit where it is measured.
(Note the dBu should not be confused with the dBV; 0 dBV = 1 volt.)
For your convenience, here are some commonly encountered values:
0 dBm in 600 ohms = .775 V = 0 dBu in any impedance
+4 dBu = 1.23 V
+8 dBu = 1.95 V
-10 dBu = .245 V
-20 dBu = 77.4 mV
-50 dBu = 2.45 mV
When checking out a system, remember to measure the input voltage at the
connector, as variations in input impedance and generator source impedance
can invalidate your results.
TROUBLESHOOTING
BASIC PROCEDURES
If you have encountered difficulty in testing your installation, check the
items listed below before opening the console. Note that some items may
seem very obvious; it is often the most obvious things that we overlook.
1) Check that the AC power source for the console is live, and that the
console power cable is connected to the AC source.
2) Make sure that the sources you are using to test the console installation
are producing normal, line level signals. For example, if a cart machine is
the source, is the cart playing? Is the output of it connected to the console?
3) When checking for sound from the control room speakers, is the
amplifier on? Is the amplifier volume turned up to a normal level? Are the
speakers connected to the amplifier outputs?
4) If you have checked external devices and connections, and feel that the
problem is within the console, double check all wiring before attempting to
troubleshoot the console itself.
Testing a "Live" (Powered-Up) Console – Precautions
(1) If a module must be removed, but remain connected while trouble–
shooting, place a piece of cardboard or other non-conducting material
across the console where the module will be placed. This will prevent
shorting, and also avoid scratching or marring the faceplates.
(2) Be extremely careful when using meter or oscilloscope test probes, to
avoid shorting a test point to an adjacent connection. This is especially
important when probing a pin 7 op-amp output, since the adjacent pin 8 is
at 18 volts.
(3) NEVER remove or insert an integrated circuit while the console is
powered up.
A-6000 / Nov 93
Appendix Page - 3
APPENDIX
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
The audio circuits of the console consist almost entirely of plug-in IC opamps. The types called out in the schematic drawings and parts lists are
chosen for optimum performance; in an emergency situation other types of
known matching pin-out and capability can be temporarily substituted.
Some useful troubleshooting hints for these circuits follow.
(1) Resistors and capacitors, including electrolytic capacitors, have a
vanishingly small failure rate in this equipment.
(2) Do not attempt to put any significance to the fact that you can measure
very low signal levels on the inverting or "minus" input of an op-amp stage.
Due to the large open-loop gain of the typical op-amp, the inverting input of
an amplifier, configured as an inverter with its non-inverting input grounded,
acts as a “virtual ground,” and signal levels at this point can be expected to
be extremely low. However, a circuit fault could result in a large signal level
at the inverting input, so it may be worth checking.
(3) When one of these ICs fails, it commonly swings its output to one of
the power supply rails. This should be a first check when a bad IC is
suspected. Measure the output pin of the IC directly (as opposed to
measuring after a coupling capacitor) under a no-signal condition and look
for a large DC offset at the output. Note that this test is not valid for those
op-amps used in non-audio circuits such as integrators and relay drivers.
(4) The capacitive loading effect of a test probe may occasionally cause
oscillations in a high gain amplifier circuit. For this reason it is advisable,
when using meter probes to measure DC voltage in an amplifier circuit, to
isolate the “hot” lead from the circuit under test with a 10K resistor. This
introduces a slight measurement error, depending on the meter input
impedance, but this error is slight compared to the error that occurs if the
amplifier is oscillating. If signal tracing with an oscilloscope, use a low
capacity probe.
(5) Because of the feedback loop in the op-amp circuit, sometimes a signal
can be measured or heard even when the IC is defective or even removed.
Generally this signal will become more and more distorted as the level
increases; also the gain of the affected path will be incorrect. Don’t assume
that because you can observe an output signal the IC must be working
properly.
(6) All of the console modules pick up their power supply voltage from the
main distribution busses by means of small value (typically 3.3Ω) resistors.
These resistors are provided to limit the current drawn by the module under
fault conditions and prevent a module level fault from becoming a console
level fault. These resistors will generally become open circuits when an IC
fails, often with no visual indication. Whenever a fault if suspected check the
voltage on the module side of these resistors. If one needs replacement
(there are extras in the spare parts kit) be sure to stand it up from the circuit
card as it can become hot enough to burn the card under fault conditions.
When all of the circuits in a module indicate the same fault (all outputs have
no audio and a large DC value, or all meters are pegged under no signal
conditions, etc.) it is generally due to one of these fusing resistors being
open. Do not defeat the protection offered by these resistors by replacing
them with wires. In a pinch any low value 1/4 watt resistor can be used.
A-6000 / Nov 93
Appendix Page - 4
APPENDIX
OTHER DETAILS
(1) In general, A-6000 consoles are rugged and user friendly. I/O connections can be unplugged or plugged in while powered up with no damage,
provided the precautions described above concerning removal and replacement of modules are carefully followed. Occasionally, this will cause a
transient in the logic system that may be sufficient to affect a channel’s ON/
OFF or CUE status, but this is rare. (Note that mic module ON/OFF status
and CUE switches power up randomly when the console is energized; this
is normal, and does not indicate anything wrong with the logic system.)
(2) If the power cable is being unplugged from the mainframe or the power
supply, be sure to first turn the power off to avoid arcing the connector pins.
(3) The module faceplate Lexan panel overlays are very durable, and can
be easily cleaned with Windex. If they should become burned or torn through
carelessness they can be replaced; consult Wheatstone for details.
(4) Care should be taken with the plexiglas covering the VU meters, as it
is easily scratched.
(5) Fader knobs should be removed or installed only when the fader is at
the end of its travel, to avoid "bowing" the internal fader structure.
Wheatstone maintains an active program of user support and technical assistance. You are encouraged to call (252-638-7000) or fax (252637-1285) the factory with any questions, problems, ideas, or
suggestions regarding your A-6000 console.
A-6000 / Nov
May 93
98
Appendix Page - 5
APPENDIX
Starting and Stopping Remote Devices Using
SL-6000 Module ON & OFF Switches:
Option 1: REMOTE START/STOP OF EXTERNAL MACHINE
USER-SUPPLIED CIRCUITRY
MODULE LOWER DB-25
CONNECTOR PINS
REMOTE
START
LDB
3
"A" START
REMOTE
STOP
LDB
4
"A" STOP
REMOTE
COMMON
LDB
5
"A" START/STOP COM
LDB
8
"B" START
LDB
7
"B" STOP
LDB
6
"B" START/STOP COM
SL-6000 MODULE CIRCUITRY
A/B SOURCE
SELECT SW
ON/OFF LOGIC
CIRCUITS
(OPTO-ISOLATED)
CHAN "ON" SW
CHAN "OFF" SW
Option 2: REMOTE START/STOP OF EXTERNAL MACHINE
USER-SUPPLIED CIRCUITRY
(USER MACHINE REQUIRES "LO" TO ACTIVATE COMMAND)
MODULE LOWER DB-25
CONNECTOR PINS
REMOTE
START
LDB
3
"A" START
REMOTE
STOP
LDB
4
"A" STOP
REMOTE
COMMON
LDB
5
"A" START/STOP COM
LDB
8
"B" START
LDB
7
"B" STOP
LDB
6
"B" START/STOP COM
LDB
13
+5V
LDB
11
COMMON
(USER MACHINE REQUIRES "HI" TO ACTIVATE COMMAND)
SL-6000 MODULE CIRCUITRY
A/B SOURCE
SELECT SW
*
ON/OFF LOGIC
CIRCUITS
(OPTO-ISOLATED)
CHAN "ON" SW
CHAN "OFF" SW
+5V
*Replace standard part with WHEATSTONE
Part #340020; consult factory for details
A-6000 / Nov
Sept93
96
Appendix Page - 6
Using SL-6000 Module OFF Switch Lamps as
Tally ("Ready") Lites for Remote Devices:
Option 1: LOCAL OFF SW TALLY
APPENDIX
(MODULE CHANNEL ON/OFF SWITCH CONTROLS OFF LAMP)
SL-6000 MODULE CIRCUITRY
ON/OFF
LOGIC
CIRCUITS
(No external connections required)
Source "A"
PCB Versions
SL-6000 &
SL-6000A,B,C,D
PCB Versions
SL-6000S &
SL-6000SA,SB,SC
SW 11 Position 4
SW 8 Position 1
SW 11 Position 1
SW 8 Position 4
PCB MOUNTED
DIPSW
ON (up)
Source "B"
Option 2: REMOTE OFF SW READY TALLY
USER-SUPPLIED CIRCUITRY
(TYPICAL "OFF" LAMP OUTPUT
OR SECONDARY CUE RELAY ON
SOURCE MACHINE)
(MOMENTARY SWITCH
OR LOGIC LO)
(USER CIRCUITRY SUPPLIES ISOLATED SWITCH CLOSURE TO DIGITAL COMMON)
MODULE LOWER DB-25
CONNECTOR PINS
+5V
LDB
13
"A" READY+
LDB
2
"B" READY+
LDB
9
DIG COM
LDB
11
"A" READY-
"B" READY-
SL-6000 MODULE CIRCUITRY
A/B SOURCE
SELECT SW
+5V
ON/OFF LOGIC
CIRCUITS
(OPTO-ISOLATED)
OFF SW LAMP
D
D
LDB
1
LDB
10
PCB Versions SL-6000 & SL-6000A,B,C,D
DIPSW 11 Position 4 (Source "A") OFF (down)
DIPSW 11 Position 1 (Source "B") OFF (down)
PCB Versions SL-6000S & SL-6000SA,SB,SC
DIPSW 8 Position 1 (Source "A") OFF (down)
DIPSW 8 Position 4 (Source "B") OFF (down)
Option 3: REMOTE OFF SW READY TALLY
USER-SUPPLIED CIRCUITRY
(USER CIRCUITRY SUPPLIES LAMP VOLTAGE)
MODULE LOWER DB-25
CONNECTOR PINS
SL-6000 MODULE CIRCUITRY
A/B SOURCE
SELECT SW
+5–12V DC
"A" READY+
LDB
2
"B" READY+
LDB
9
ON/OFF LOGIC
CIRCUITS
(OPTO-ISOLATED)
OFF SW LAMP
(TYPICALLY "STOP" OR
"READY" LAMP OUTPUT ON
SOURCE MACHINE)
D
(MOMENTARY SWITCH
OR LOGIC LO)
D
"A" READY-
LDB
1
"B" READY-
LDB
10
PCB Versions SL-6000 & SL-6000A,B,C,D
DIPSW 11 Position 4 (Source "A") OFF (down)
DIPSW 11 Position 1 (Source "B") OFF (down)
PCB Versions SL-6000S & SL-6000SA,SB,SC
DIPSW 8 Position 1 (Source "A") OFF (down)
DIPSW 8 Position 4 (Source "B") OFF (down)
A-6000 / Nov
Sept93
96
Appendix Page - 7
Turning the SL-6000 Module ON & OFF from a Remote Location
Option 1: EXTERNAL ON
USER-SUPPLIED CIRCUITRY
(MOMENTARY SWITCH
OR LOGIC LO)
(USER CIRCUITRY SUPPLIES DIGITAL COMMON CLOSURE TO MODULE'S ON/OFF LOGIC)
MODULE LOWER DB-25
CONNECTOR PINS
+5V
LDB
13
"A" ON+
LDB
15
"B" ON+
LDB
20
DIG COM
LDB
11
"A" ON–
LDB
14
"B" ON–
Option 2: EXTERNAL ON
USER-SUPPLIED CIRCUITRY
5-12V DC
D
(MOMENTARY SWITCH
OR LOGIC LO)
Option 3: EXTERNAL OFF
USER-SUPPLIED CIRCUITRY
(MOMENTARY SWITCH
OR LOGIC LO)
(TYPICALLY SECONDARY CUE
OR OTHER EOM SIGNAL ON
A SOURCE MACHINE)
USER-SUPPLIED CIRCUITRY
5-12V DC
D
(MOMENTARY SWITCH
OR LOGIC LO)
Option 5: EXTERNAL OFF
USER-SUPPLIED CIRCUITRY
(must drive 5mA)
LOGIC HI
DIG COM
A-6000 / Nov 93
APPENDIX
+5V
A/B SOURCE
SELECT SW
ON/OFF LOGIC
CIRCUITS
(OPTO-ISOLATED)
LDB
21
(USER CIRCUITRY SUPPLIES POWER AND DIGITAL COMMON CLOSURE TO MODULE'S ON/OFF LOGIC)
MODULE LOWER DB-25
CONNECTOR PINS
"A" ON+
LDB
15
"A" ON-
LDB
14
"B" ON+
LDB
20
"B" ON-
LDB
21
SL-6000 MODULE CIRCUITRY
REMOTELY POWERED
A/B SOURCE
SELECT SW
ON/OFF LOGIC
CIRCUITS
(OPTO-ISOLATED)
(USER CIRCUITRY SUPPLIES ISOLATED CLOSURE TO MODULE'S ON/OFF LOGIC)
MODULE LOWER DB-25
CONNECTOR PINS
+5V
LDB
13
"A" OFF+
LDB
17
"B" OFF+
LDB
18
DIG COM
LDB
11
"A" OFF–
LDB
16
"B" OFF–
Option 4: EXTERNAL OFF
SL-6000 MODULE CIRCUITRY
SL-6000 MODULE CIRCUITRY
+5V
A/B SOURCE
SELECT SW
ON/OFF LOGIC
CIRCUITS
(OPTO-ISOLATED)
LDB
19
(USER CIRCUITRY SUPPLIES POWER AND DIGITAL COMMON TO MODULE'S ON/OFF LOGIC)
MODULE LOWER DB-25
CONNECTOR PINS
"A" OFF+
LDB
17
"A" OFF-
LDB
16
"B" OFF+
LDB
18
"B" OFF-
LDB
19
SL-6000 MODULE CIRCUITRY
REMOTELY POWERED
A/B SOURCE
SELECT SW
ON/OFF LOGIC
CIRCUITS
(OPTO-ISOLATED)
(USER CIRCUITRY SUPPLIES POWER AND LOGIC "HI" TO MODULE'S ON/OFF LOGIC)
MODULE LOWER DB-25
CONNECTOR PINS
"A" OFF+
LDB
17
"A" OFF–
LDB
16
"B" OFF+
LDB
18
"B" OFF-
LDB
19
SL-6000 MODULE CIRCUITRY
A/B SOURCE
SELECT SW
ON/OFF LOGIC
CIRCUITS
(OPTO-ISOLATED)
Appendix Page - 8
Connection Instructions - Denon 951A CD Player
ref: A-6000 Stereo Line Input Module
(Use DB-25 male connector on each end of cable)
Pin numbers in ( ) are for source "B"
A START
(8)
3
2
A COMMON
(6)
5
10
A STOP
(7)
4
4
CUE
A READY +
(9)
2
22
+5V
A READY - (10)
1
16
CUE TALLY
OFF+
(18)
17
A OFF-
(19)
16
** A
**
COMMAND COM.
Denon Rear Panel DB-25
SL- 6000 Module Lower DB-25
This connection will cause the SL-6000
module to turn off when the Denon reaches
the end of a cut and goes into cue mode.
Earlier model SL-6000 modules require a
slight modification to properly enable this
function. (see separate "OFF MODIFICATION" sheet)
PLAY
*
**
Perhaps the easiest way to accomplish these
jumps is at the Denon end of the cable. Refer to separate sheet ("Wiring Procedure – Double Connection to
One Pin") for the recommended procedure.
DENON CD PLAYER MODES:
In order to use the Denon 951A CD player with an SL-6000 input module, certain mode
presets must first be performed on the Denon. The procedure for setting Model 951A
presets is as follows:
a) Modes may be set only when no disc is loaded into the player OR a disc is loaded but the
player is in STANDBY mode.
b) Press the STDBY/CUE button once while holding in the INDEX and TIME buttons. Preset
"d1" appears on the display. To access other presets (i.e., "d1" thru "d7"; see chart on page 7 of
Denon manual) press the STDBY/CUE button the number of times necessary while holding in the
INDEX and TIME buttons.
c) Each preset ("d1" thru "d7") has eight character positions associated with it (see display);
each position can be OFF ("0") or ON ("1"). Positions are accessed by turning the SELECT knob
until the desired character flashes. The character may then be toggled between "0" and "1" by
pressing the SELECT knob.
d) Once you have finished setting desired presets (see next section) press the STDBY/CUE
button until "d7" is displayed, then press it once again. All new presets will be saved, and the
display will return to normal.
A-6000 / Sept 96
Appendix Page - 9
(1) Deactivate REMOTE INHIBIT - The SL-6000 connects to the Denon via its DB-25 parallel
remote connector; you must therefore make sure this connector is activated. Proceed as follows:
a) While holding in the Denon INDEX and TIME buttons, press the STDBY/CUE button until
preset "d3" appears in the display.
b) Turn the SELECT knob until d3 character position 1 flashes. Press the knob (if necessary) so position 1 reads "0" (off). The Denon DB-25 parallel remote connector will now accept
control commands.
2) Set Track Finish Mode - You need to tell the Denon what to do when it finishes playing a
track. There are two presets which affect this function:
a) Enter "d2" preset mode
b) Turn the SELECT knob until character position 5 flashes on the display. Set position five
to "0"; the Denon will then STOP when track playback ends.
c) Enter "d4" preset mode
d) Turn the SELECT knob until character position eight flashes. Set position eight to "0"; the
Denon will now follow preset "d2-5" mode.
OPERATION:
If a CD is cued up, pressing the SL-6000 ON button will turn the channel on and start the Denon
playback. Pressing the SL-6000 OFF button will turn the channel off and cause the Denon to re-cue
to the beginning of the cut.
READY (OFF) LAMP OPERATION:
The SL-6000 ready circuit must have its "LOCAL" mode disabled via an internal PCB
dipswitch*. When no CD is loaded, the console OFF light is unlit. When a CD is loaded but cueing
up, the console OFF light flashes. When a track is cued up and ready to be played, the console
OFF light is illuminated continuously.
*On SL-6000 printed circuit board versions "A" thru "D" this is "SW11"; on SL-6000 printed circuit board
versions SL-6000S, "SA", "SB" and "SC" this is "SW8"; in both cases dipswitch positions 1 & 4 must be
DOWN.
SL-6000 "OFF" CIRCUIT MODIFICATION:
Not required for module PCB versions SL-6000SC or later. For earlier printed circuit board
versions, see separate instruction sheet.
A-6000 / Sept 96
Appendix Page - 10
Connection Instructions - Denon 995R MD Player
ref: A-6000 Stereo Line Input Module
(Use DB-25 male connector on each end of cable)
Pin numbers in ( ) are for source "B"
A START
(8)
3
2
A COMMON
(6)
5
10
A STOP
(7)
4
4
CUE
A READY +
(9)
2
22
+5V
A READY - (10)
1
16
STANDBY/CUE TALLY
20
CUE TALLY
A OFF+
(18)
17
A OFF-
(19)
16
*
PLAY
COMMAND COM.
SL- 6000 Module Lower DB-25
Denon Rear Panel DB-25
*
Perhaps the easiest way to accomplish this jump is
at the Denon end of the cable. Refer to separate sheet
("Wiring Procedure – Double Connection to One Pin")
for the recommended procedure.
DENON MINIDISC MODES:
In order to use the Denon 995R minidisc player with an SL-6000 input module, certain
mode presets must first be performed on the Denon.
(1) Activate REMOTE ENA - (Remote Enable) The SL-6000 connects to the Denon via its DB25 parallel remote connector; this connector must therefore be activated (and the Denon alternate
serial remote connector deactivated). This is accomplished by entering the Denon preset mode.
Proceed as follows:
a) Press the Denon STDBY/CUE button while holding down the MODE/CUE button; you will
then be in "Preset Mode" (note character display).
b) Turn the SELECT knob until "Remote ENA" appears in the display. (If "Remote INH"
(inhibit) appears, press the SELECT knob to change the display to "Remote ENA" (enable)). The
Denon DB-25 parallel remote connector will now accept control commands.
c) Turn the SELECT knob until "Serial INH" appears in the display. (If "Serial ENA" (enable)
appears, press the SELECT knob to change the display to "Serial INH" (inhibit)). The Denon DB-9
serial connector is now deactivated.
A-6000 / Sept 96
Appendix Page - 11
(2) Set AUTO CUE Mode - In AUTO CUE mode the Denon detects blank sections (3 or
more seconds long) in source program material and sets its own start of play point based on the
beginning of subsequent signal.
a) Enter "Preset Mode" (see step 1-a in previous section)
b) Turn the SELECT knob until "Cue Det. (-XX)dB" (cue detect) appears on the character
display. The default setting of "OFF" (i.e., auto cue deactivated) must be changed. Available
choices are OFF,-72,-66,-60,-54,-48,-42,-36.) The numbers refer to the dB level the Denon will
use to detect start of play points. Set the dB level best suited for your program material.
3) Set TALLY CUE Mode - In order to turn off, the SL-6000 module needs to know when a
track has finished playing. It does this by detecting cue signals from the Denon. You must
therefore activate cue signal output by setting the "Tally Cue" mode on the Denon:
a) Enter "Preset Mode"
b) Turn the SELECT knob until "Tally (E.O.M./EndCue/Cue)" appears on the character
display. Choose the "Tally Cue" setting. As cue signals occur they will now be outputted on
pins 24 & 25 of the Denon's remote parallel connector.
4) Record CUE POINTS - You decide at what point you want a track to end. You do this by
recording a CUE POINT onto your program material at the Denon. The basic procedure is quite
simple:
a) Press PLAY/PAUSE on the Denon (you can also use the << SEARCH >> buttons) to
get the exact point you want;
b) Press and hold down the MODE/CUE button and press the REC button at the same
time. The Denon TOC and CUE displays will blink and the word "complete" will appear on the
character display for approximately 3 seconds. Your CUE point has been recorded.
See "11 - RECORDING CUE SIGNALS" on page 50 of your Denon manual for more complete instructions.
5) Set Playback FINISH RECUE Mode - You need to tell the Denon what to do when it
finishes playing a track.
a) Enter "Preset Mode"
b) Turn the SELECT knob until "Finish Recue" appears on the character display. By
selecting this mode the Denon will automatically recue back to the beginning of a track once it
has finished playing. (Other choices are possible; see page 21 of Denon manual.)
READY (OFF) LAMP OPERATION:
The SL-6000 ready circuit must have its "LOCAL" mode disabled via an internal PCB
dipswitch*. When no disc is loaded, the module's channel OFF light is unlit. When a disc is
loaded but cueing up, the OFF light flashes. When a track is cued up and ready to be played,
the OFF light is illuminated continuously.
*On SL-6000 printed circuit board versions "A" thru "D" this is "SW11"; on SL-6000 printed circuit
board versions SL-6000S, "SA", "SB" and "SC" this is "SW8"; in both cases dipswitch positions 1 & 4 must
be DOWN)
OPERATION:
Pressing the SL-6000 module ON button starts the minidisc playback. Pressing the channel
OFF button causes playback to stop and re-cue and the ready light (OFF switch indicator lamp)
to flash. When the track reaches the end, the channel is turned off and the ready light flashes.
When there is no minidisc in the player, the ready light is off. When a track is cued up and ready
to play, the ready light is on continuously.
A-6000 / Sept 96
Appendix Page - 12
Connection Instructions
Fidelipac DCR 1000 Floppy Cart Player
ref: A-6000 Stereo Line Input Module
(Use DB-25 male connector on each end of cable)
Fidelipac DCR-1000 Cart Machine
SL- 6000 Module Lower DB-25
Pin numbers in ( ) are for source "B"
A READY - (10)
1<
15
STOP TALLY O.C.
A READY +
(9)
2<
24
LAMP SUPPLY +12V
A START
(8)
3
>1
PLAY SW
A STOP
(7)
4
>2
STOP SW
A COMMON
(6)
5<
11
GROUND
18
SEC CUE TALLY O.C.
23
LAMP SUPPLY +12V
A OFF-
(19)
16 <
A OFF+
(18)
17 <
SEQ IN +
22 <
SEQ IN -
23 <
SEQ OUT+
24
SEQ OUT-
25 <
*
FROM SEC CUE TALLY (pin 18)
ON PRIOR MACHINE
>
Optional sequence connections
12
GROUND
> JUMP DGND'S ON ALL MACHINES
v
TO "SEQ IN-" (pin 23)
OF NEXT SL-6000
MODULE
DCR-1000 Remote DB-25
*
Perhaps the easiest way to accomplish these jumps
is at the Fidelipac end of the cable. Refer to separate
sheet ("Wiring Procedure – Double Connection to One
Pin") for the recommended procedure.
A-6000 / Sept 96
Appendix Page - 13
READY (OFF) LAMP OPERATION:
The SL-6000 ready circuit must have its "LOCAL" mode disabled via an internal PCB
dipswitch*. When no disc is loaded, the module's channel OFF light is unlit. When a disc is loaded
but cueing up, the OFF light flashes. When a track is cued and ready to be played, the OFF light is
illuminated continuously.
*On SL-6000 printed circuit board versions "A" thru "D" this is "SW11"; on SL-6000 printed circuit board
versions SL-6000S, "SA", "SB" and "SC" this is "SW8"; in both cases dipswitch positions 1 & 4 must be
DOWN)
OPERATION:
If a disc is cued up, pressing the SL-6000 ON button will turn the channel on and start DCR
playback. Pressing the SL-6000 channel OFF button will stop the DCR and cause the SL-6000 OFF
lamp to flash rapidly, indicating an aborted playback. When the disc plays to the end, secondary cue
detect will cause the SL-6000 module to turn off and the channel OFF lamp will flash slowly, indicating the track has played thru to the end. When there is no disc in the DCR, or while one is cueing,
the SL-6000 OFF lamp will be dark. When a track is cued and ready to play, the SL-6000 OFF lamp
will be illuminated continuously.
SEQUENCE OPTION:
On SL-6000 modules equipped and wired for sequence operation is as above, except that
secondary cue detect will also cause the next DCR machine to start and the next armed input
channel to turn on (that is, the next module with its ARM switch engaged).
A-6000 / Sept 96
Appendix Page - 14
Connection Instructions - Sony MDS-B3 Player
ref: A-6000 Stereo Line Input Module
(Use DB-25 male connector on each end of cable)
Pin numbers in ( ) are for source "B"
A START
(8)
3
20
PLAY
A STOP
(7)
4
21
STOP
A COMMON
(6)
5
7
COMMON
4
STOP LAMP
1
COMMON
(9)
**
A READY +
2
◊
18
5V
(optional; see below )
(10)
1
OFF+
(18)
17
A OFF-
(19)
16
A READY -
*A
3
EOM
SL- 6000 Module Lower DB-25
*
This connection will cause the
SL-6000 module to turn off when the
Denon reaches the end of a track and goes
into cue mode. Earlier model SL-6000
modules require a slight modification to
properly enable this function. (see separate "OFF MODIFICATION" sheet)
Sony Rear Panel DB-25
◊Perhaps the easiest way to accomplish this jump is at the Sony
end of the cable. Refer to separate sheet ("Wiring Procedure – Double
Connection to One Pin") for the recommended procedure.
**LOCAL/READY STATUS:
Set SL-6000 "LOCAL" enable dipswitches* for LOCAL mode (UP, or default position) unless machine STOP status will be used for OFF tally. NOTE the second "OFF tally" arrangement is of limited
praticality, because the Sony machine only activates "STOP" status at the end of the disc; not at the
end of the cut.
*On SL-6000 printed circuit board versions "A" thru "D" this dipswitch is labelled "SW11"; on SL-6000 printed
circuit board versions SL-6000S, "SA", "SB" and "SC" this is "SW8".
SONY PRESET MODES:
Set Sony repeat switch to OFF; set CUE MODE to "Auto Pause"; set EOM to "01".
OPERATION:
Pressing the SL-6000 ON switch starts the machine. Pressing the ON switch a second time will
pause the machine. Pressing the ON switch a third time will restart the machine, etc. Pressing the SL6000 OFF switch will stop the machine and reset the pickup to the beginning of the disc.
If an EOM has been set for a track, the machine will turn the SL-6000 module OFF at the EOM set
point. NOTE however that the Sony machine will not allow an EOM to be set exactly at the end of a
track; it must be set no closer than one second from the end (a "00" setting deactivates the EOM
command). If you record your cut slightly more than one second longer than the actual audio, and set
the EOM 1 second from the end, then EOM will turn the channel OFF without chopping the tail of the
audio. If you prefer not to do this, do not wire the EOM command to the SL-6000 channel OFF port and
have your operators turn the channel OFF manually. (The Sony machine does not provide a separate
unique signal identifying the exact end of a cut.) Note the PAUSE status output flashes at the end of a
cut; however it is held steady during PLAY.
A-6000 / Sept 96
Appendix Page - 15
SL-6000 Input Module OFF Circuit Modification
ref: External Source Machine Hookups
—Numbers in ( ) are for source "B"—
For versions SL-6000A, SL-6000B, SL-6000C:
The modification consists of installing a .1uf monolythic capacitor in series with PIN#10
(PIN#2) of U18 (U17).
a. Remove the fader to expose U18 (U17) on the SL-6000 PCB.
b. Remove U18 (U17) from the socket on the SL-6000 PCB.
c. Carefully bend PIN#10 (PIN #2) of the IC away from the body so it will not fit into the socket.
d. Solder one lead of the .1uf monolithic ceramic capacitor to bent lead of the IC.
e. Form the second lead of the .1uf capacitor so it will fit into the IC socket where the IC lead
used to go.
f. Re-install U18 (U17) into the socket on the SL-6000 with the capacitor lead going into the
socket in the location of the bent IC lead.
g. Re-install the fader.
NOTE: If the above modification is not performed and some external source machines (without
isolated EOM signals) are wired to turn the console channel OFF as shown on the hookup sheets,
the machine will turn the channel OFF at the end of a cut as expected. However, when the SL-6000
ON button is pressed, the source machine will start but the SL-6000 module will not turn on. It will
require a second press of the ON button to turn the channel on.
This problem is eliminated with the modification described above.
For versions SL-6000S, SL-6000SA, SL-6000SB:
The modification consists of installing a .1uf monolythic capacitor in series with PIN#8 of
U26 and jumping PIN#6 to PIN#7 of U16 with a 4.7kΩ resistor.
a. Remove U26 from the socket on the SL-6000 PCB.
b. Carefully bend PIN#8 of the IC away from the body so it will not fit into the socket.
c. Solder one lead of the .1uf monolithic ceramic capacitor to the bent lead of the IC.
d. Form the second lead of the .1uf capacitor so it will fit into the IC socket where the IC lead
used to go.
e. Re-install U26 into the socket on the SL-6000 with the capacitor lead going into the socket at
PIN#8.
f. Remove the fader to expose U16.
g. Solder a 4.7kΩ 1/4 watt resistor between PIN #6 and PIN#7 of U16. Solder the resistor between the pins of the socket.
h. Re-install the fader.
NOTE: Not required for module PCB versions SL-6000SC or later.
A-6000 / Nov 93
Appendix Page - 16
Wiring Procedure - Double Connection to One Pin
ref: DB-25 male multi-pin connector
Most audio equipment machine interfaces (as well as Wheatstone consoles) use subminiature D-type connectors. Sometimes the interfaces require
making two connections to a single DB pin. If the wiring has been set up
using punchblocks, this is not a problem; however, for situations where direct
machine-to-console wiring is used, Wheatstone recommends the following
procedure:
1) Connect the first wire to the desired pin as you normally would.
2) Note connector pins may easily be removed from the DB-25 shell with the wire
still attached: Hold the connector with the metal part down and observe its side.
You will see a row of "Vees"—simply press the top of the selected vee together
with a scribe or other sharp instrument; this will unlock the pin from the shell,
allowing it to be removed.
3) With the pin removed, strip out a short section of insulation from the connected
wire and wrap and solder the second wire to the first as shown above.
4) A short piece of heatshrink tubing (pictured here before being slid into place)
completes the connection.
5) Re-insert the pin into the DB-25 shell, spreading the vee apart to lock it in place.
A-6000 / Sep 96
Appendix Page - 17
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