Euphonix S5 Digital Audio Mixing System Operation Manual

Euphonix S5 Digital Audio Mixing System Operation Manual
Euphonix MC524
Monitor Interface Operation Manual
Document Revision: 2.0
Release Date: April, 2003
Part Number: 840-07521-02
MONITOR-COMMS INTERFACE
MC
524
Euphonix, Inc.
220 Portage Ave.
Palo Alto, California 94306
Phone:
650-855-0400
Fax:
650-855-0410
Web:
http://www.euphonix.com
e-mail:
info@euphonix.com
In the interest of continued product development, Euphonix Inc. reserves the right to make
improvements in this manual and the products it describes at any time, without notice or
obligation.
System 5, S5, Max Air, PatchNet, eMix, EuCon, R-1, Audio Deck, Studio Hub are trademarks
of Euphonix, Inc.
©2002 Euphonix, Inc. All rights reserved worldwide. No part of this publication may be
reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any
language in any form by any means without written permission from Euphonix, Inc.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The lighting flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert
the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electrical shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the product.
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with a dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has
two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong. The wider blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided
plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold
with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has
been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been
spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or
moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
15) WARNING – TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPARATUS TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
16) Do not expose this equipment to dripping or splashing and ensure that no objects filled with
liquids, such as vases, are placed on the equipment.
17) To completely disconnect this equipment from the AC Mains, disconnect the power supply
cord plug from the AC receptacle.
18) The mains plug of the power supply cord shall remain readily operable.
19) This unit is provided with a power supply cord set suitable for 120V AC input only (for U.S.A.
and Canada). For other than U.S.A. and Canada, a qualified person must provide for use with
this unit, an appropriate, approved power supply cord set which is in compliance with the end
use country requirements and has a minimum cross-sectional area of 1.0mm2.
20) For units with more than one power cord:
Caution: This unit has more than one power supply cord. Disconnect two power supply
cords before servicing to avoid electrical shock.
Attention: Cet appareil comporte plus d’un cordon d’alimentation. Afin de prévenir les
chocs électriques, débrancher les deux cordons d’alimentation avant de faire le
dépannage.
21) Operator Accessible Fuse:
Caution: For continued protection against risk of fire, replace only with same type and
rating of fuse.
Attention: Pour ne pas compromettre la protection contre les risques d’incendie, remplacer
par un fusible de même type et de même caractéristiques nominales.
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Table of Contents
List of Figures ....................................................................................................................... vi
List of Tables ........................................................................................................................ vii
Overview...............................................................................................................8
Features .................................................................................................................8
Mic Inputs..................................................................................................8
Line Inputs.................................................................................................8
Line Outputs ..............................................................................................8
Applications ..........................................................................................................8
Front Panel ............................................................................................................9
Rear Panel ...........................................................................................................10
Specifications ......................................................................................................11
Phantom Power: 48 V Jumper Settings ...................................................13
User Reference....................................................................................................14
Standard Configuration ...........................................................................14
Input/Output Connections .......................................................................17
Optional Configurations ..........................................................................22
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List of Figures
1
MC524 Front Panel .............................................................................................................9
2
MC524 Rear Panel ............................................................................................................10
3
Pins to set Phantom Power ................................................................................................13
4
MC524 Standard Cable Diagram ......................................................................................14
5
MC524 Standard Configuration ........................................................................................16
6
Elco 38 Connector ............................................................................................................17
7
Elco 90 Connector ............................................................................................................18
8
Elco 90 Connector ............................................................................................................19
9
Elco 90 Connector ............................................................................................................20
10
DB-25 Connector ..............................................................................................................21
11
Monitor Output Patch Cable Diagram ..............................................................................22
12
Monitor Output Patch Configuration ................................................................................23
13
Monitor Insert Patch Cable Diagram ................................................................................24
14
Monitor Insert Patch Configuration ..................................................................................25
15
Rear View of Elco Male 38-pin Connector (Insert pins from this side) ...........................26
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List of Tables
1
MC524 Performance Specifications .............................................................................. 11
2
MC524 Environmental and Power Specifications ......................................................... 12
3
MC524 Physical Dimensions ......................................................................................... 12
4
Upper and Lower Board Jumper Mappings ................................................................... 13
5
MC524 Standard Cable Specification ............................................................................ 15
6
In 1 Elco 38 Pinout ........................................................................................................ 17
7
In 2 Elco 90 Pinout ........................................................................................................ 18
8
Out 1 Elco 90 Pinout ...................................................................................................... 19
9
Out 2 Elco 90 Pinout ...................................................................................................... 20
10
Out 3 DB-25 Pinout ....................................................................................................... 21
11
Monitor Output Patch Cable Specifications .................................................................. 22
12
Monitor Insert Patch Cable Specification ...................................................................... 24
13
Tie Line Patch Elco 38 Pinout ....................................................................................... 26
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Overview
The MC524 Monitor Interface centralizes control room monitor and communication
signals in one box and places them under remote control by the system operator. The
MC524 is a digitally controlled analog signal router and level control device with a built
in Talk Back microphone circuit in a 2RU enclosure.
The MC524 receives the 22 monitor busses and two solo busses from the System 5
monitor matrix output and provides a control room output to three speaker sets, four
SLS/Cue monitor outputs as well as post preamp talk and listen mic outputs.
The SC253i Interface Pilot digitally controls the MC524 over a 15-pin control cable with
a maximum length 100 m. The system operator can control all MC524 parameters from
the System 5 control surface. There is only one MC524 in a System 5 configuration.
Features
Mic Inputs
Mic level inputs are provided for four Listen and two Talk mics on a 38-pin Elco connector. An analog gain stage provides boost or attenuation for mic level signals. Talk
Back mic inputs include phantom power and a compressor.
Line Inputs
There are 24 line level inputs for Control Room feeds, Monitor A–D, and Solo. Line
level inputs have attenuation only.
Line Outputs
Line outputs are on 90-pin Elco connectors for eight Monitor A (up to 7.1 monitoring),
two each for Monitor B–D, eight Control Room Main (up to 7.1 monitoring), six Control Room Alt 1 (up to 5.1 monitoring), two Control Room Alt 2, four Listen preamp,
two Talk preamp out, and two Solo outputs.
All cabling is provided from the digital input to the final user connections of the output
patchbay. See the cabling diagrams in the User Reference section.
Applications
The MC524 allows the System 5 engineer to adjust all Control Room communications
(Level Control, Cut, Dim and speaker selection) from the console Center Section. We
recommend installing the MC524 in the Control Room.
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Front Panel
MONITOR-COMMS INTERFACE
MC
524
Figure 1 MC524 Front Panel
Power Switch: The power switch turns the unit on/off.
Since the MC524 is digitally controlled via software, the power switch is the only front
panel control.
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Rear Panel
Figure 2 MC524 Rear Panel
In 1 (38-pin Elco): Talk Back, Listen Back and Mic inputs. This connector receives
four stereo listen channels and two stereo talk mic inputs. All signals input at this port
can be level boosted or attenuated. In standard patch configuration, input cable fans out
to 12 XLR females.
In 2 (90-pin Elco): Control Room Busses, Monitor A, B, C, D, and Solo busses inputs.
This connector receives eight Monitor A channels, and two each channels for Monitor
B, C, D. Signals input at this port can only be level attenuated. In standard configuration
these signals are fed from the AM713 converter.
Out 1 (90-pin Elco): Monitor A, B, C, D Speaker outputs. This connector outputs eight
Control Room channels, eight Monitor A channels, and two each channels for Monitor
B, C, D, and Solo. The output cable fans out to two 38-pin Elco connectors for the Euphonix Patchbay.
Out 2 (90-pin Elco): This connector outputs eight Control Room Main channels, six
Control Room Alt 1 channels, two Control Room Alt 2 channels, four Listen pre, two
talk pre and two Solo channels. The output cable fans out to two 38-pin Elco connectors
for the Euphonix Patchbay.
Out 3 (DB-25 female): This connector outputs four Listen pre, two Talk Back pre, and
two Solo channels, eight Monitor A channels, and two channels each for Monitor B, C,
D, and Solo. The output cable fans out to eight male XLR connectors.
Control (DB-15): Input for digital control signal from Digital Pilot. Signal format is
Euphonix TCC bi-directional serial protocol. All patching, switching, and gain controls
are communicated via this connection as well as MC524 IP address.
AC Line In (IEC) and Fuse Tray: The power connector accepts standard IEC power
cords. 110, 220, or 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz can be applied at this connector.
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Specifications
Table 1 MC524 Performance Specifications
Main Inputs
Solo, CR 7, Mon A, B, C, D
Description
Electronically balanced, transformerless, differential input
Gain
Variable from 0 dB (unity) to -72 dB
Optimum Input Levels
Set to 0 dBFS = +27 dBU. Designed to be fed from Euphonix MA703 DAC.
Maximum Input Level Before Clipping
+28 dBU (sine wave)
Maximum Input Voltages
±16 VDC, ±25 VAC (common mode), ±50 VAC (differential)
Input impedance
10 kΩ ±10% each leg, 20 Hz – 20 kHz
CMRR
>40 dB (50 dB typical), 20 Hz – 20 kHz
Talk Back And Listen Mic Inputs
T1, T2, L1–L4
Description
Electronically balanced, transformerless, differential input with automatic level
optimization
Gain
AGC circuit optimizes front end gain to produce approx. +8 dBU signal; this is
variable from +8 to -64 dBU at the monitor outputs
Maximum Input Level Before Clipping
10 dBU (sine wave)
Maximum Input Voltages
±50 VDC, ±2.5 VAC (common mode), ±5 VAC (differential)
Phantom Power
48 V available, link selectable on PCB
Frequency Response
Attenuated LF and HF response, -3 dB at 200 Hz and 10 kHz
Monitor Outputs
Description
Electronically balanced and floating, differential output
Maximum Output Level
+28 dBU (sine wave)
Output Impedance
100 Ω ±10%, balanced or unbalanced, 20 Hz – 20 kHz
DC Offset
< ±5 mV with respect to chassis GND
Full Signal Path
Main Input To Monitor Output
Frequency Response
0/-0.4 dB, 20 Hz – 20 kHz (ref. 1 kHz)
Signal Breakthrough with Full Cut
<-110 dB, 20 Hz – 20 kHz
Distortion
<0.005%, 20 Hz – 20 kHz, +15 dBU output level
Crosstalk
< -100 dB at 1 kHz; < -90 dB at 20 kHz
Output Noise
<-90 dBU RMS (unweighted); >117 dB of dynamic range at unity gain
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Table 2 MC524 Environmental and Power Specifications
Operating Temperature
5–35°C
Power Requirements
90–240 VAC, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption
70 W
Table 3 MC524 Physical Dimensions
Height
3.5 inches
Width
19 inches
Depth
18.6 inches
Weight
17 lb
Leave about six inches behind the MC524 for cable connections.
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Phantom Power: 48 V Jumper Settings
Phantom power is enabled by fitting the link to short pins 1 and 2. If not required (i.e.,
using a dynamic mic) then it should be set to short pins 2 and 3. Pin 1 position can be
ascertained by looking for the square pad on the solder side.
Figure 3 Pins to set Phantom Power
Note that the standard Talk Back mic on the console (wired to T1) is a condenser type
which requires phantom power. Table 4 shows the mapping of the jumpers:
Table 4 Upper and Lower Board Jumper Mappings
Upper Board
Lower Board
J1
Talkback 1 (T1)
J1
Listen 2 (L2)
J2
Talkback 2 (T2)
J2
Listen 3 (L3)
J3
Listen 1 (L1)
J3
Listen 4 (L4)
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User Reference
Standard Configuration
recommended locations
Digital Core
2
1
A
3
MA703
A
Machine Room
B
Control Room
B
Use relative locations to
determine cable lengths
44
5
B
MC524
7,8
76
Figure 4 MC524 Standard Cable Diagram
The standard lengths specified in Table 5 are supplied so the monitor interface can be
located in the control room. Custom lengths are available and cable kits must be ordered
separately.
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Table 5 MC524 Standard Cable Specification
Cable
Qty
Description
10M Part #
20M Part#
Accessory cable kits by special
order
936-07084-01
936-07156-01
Length
1
1
MADI Output: RG59 75 Ω coax
032-07230-00
032-07306-00
2
1
AES/EBU Sync:
one male XLR <> one female XLR
030-07085-01
030-07153-01
3
1
TCC Control from 253i Interface
Pilot
030-06983-01
030-06985-01
4
1
TB/LB Mic:
one male Elco 38 <> 12 female XLR
030-06919-01
2m
5
1
CR/Mon/Solo Bus:
one male Elco 90 <> 24 female XLR
030-07225-01
1m
6
1
TB and LB Mic Pre Out:
one DB-25 <> eight male XLR
032-07038-00
3m
7
2
Elco 90-pin Connector w/hood
100-07470-00
NA
8
180
Elco Crimp Pins
100-02100-00
NA
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MA703
MADI
IN
DIGITAL
OUTPUTS
ANALOG
OUTPUTS
1
MADI in from Core
2
2
24XLRFto 1xEM90
Monitor bus outs
from MA703
AES/EBU Sync In
from Studio Hub
5
12XLRF<>1xEM38
4 Listen &
2 Talk Mic inputs
Control from Digital
Interface Pilot
4
8 - Control Room
8 - Mon A
2 - Mon B
2 - Mon C
2 - Mon D
2 - Solo
8xXLRM to DB25
3
6
8 - Mon A
2 - Mon B
2 - Mon C
2 - Mon D
7, 8
2 - Solo out
2 - Talk pre out
4 - Listen pre out
8 - CR Main out
6 - CR Alt 1 out
2 - CR Alt 2 out
Connectors and pins provided
Figure 5 MC524 Standard Configuration
16
2 - TB pre out
4 - Listen pre out
2 - Solo out
(TB1 returns to
core for slate)
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Input/Output Connections
Table 6 In 1 Elco 38 Pinout
Crk #
Designator
24 X 32
High
Low
Gnd
1
M1
Talk 1
A
E
L
2
M2
Talk 2
B
F
M
3
M3
Listen 1
C
H
N
4
M4
Listen 2
D
J
P
5
M5
Listen 3
DD
JJ
PP
6
M6
Listen 4
EE
KK
RR
7
FF
LL
SS
8
HH
MM
TT
9
R
S
V
10
T
U
W
11
X
Z
AA
12
Y
BB
CC
B
A
F
E
H
J
T
S
R
Y
X
B
B
A
A
D
D
J
J
F
F
E
E
K
K
P
P
U
W
V
Z
K
P
N
M
L
D
C
L
L
R
R
C
C
H
H
M
M
S
S
N
N
T
T
Figure 6 Elco 38 Connector
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Table 7 In 2 Elco 90 Pinout
Low
Gnd
1
L3
Cntrl Rm (L)
A
H
R
2
L4
Cntrl Rm (C)
B
J
S
3
L5
Cntrl Rm (R)
C
K
T
4
L6
Cntrl Rm (Sl)
D
L
U
5
L7
Cntrl Rm (Sr)
E
M
V
6
L8
Cntrl Rm (B)
F
N
W
7
L9
Cntrl Rm (Li)
X
AE
AM
8
L10
Cntrl Rm (Ri)
Y
AF
AN
9
L11
Mon A (L)
Z
AH
AP
10
L12
Mon A (C)
AA
AJ
AR
11
L13
Mon A (R)
AB
AK
AS
12
L14
Mon A (Sl)
AC
AL
AT
13
L15
Mon A (Sr)
BJ
BS
BY
14
L16
Mon A (B)
BK
BT
BZ
15
L17
Mon A (Li)
BL
BU
CA
16
L18
Mon A (Ri)
BM
BV
CB
17
L19
Mon B (L)
BN
BW
CC
18
L20
Mon B (R)
BP
BX
CD
19
L21
Mon C (L)
CF
CN
CW
20
L22
Mon C (R)
CH
CP
CX
21
L23
Mon D (L)
CJ
CR
CY
22
L24
Mon D (R)
CK
CS
CZ
23
L1
Solo (L)
CL
CT
DA
24
L2
Solo (R)
CM
CU
BD
D
B
C
U
C
W
C
P
C
X
C
R
C
Y
C
S
C
Z
C
T
D
A
C
D
C
L
C
B
C
J
C
A
C
N
B
Y
C
F
B
Z
C
H
B
L
B
J
A
Z
B
S
B
D
B
A
B
K
B
E
S
T
A
P
A
W
A
N
A
V
C
K
C
C
B
N
B
V
B
U
A
R
B
M
A
J
A
A
A
H
Z
A
F
Y
A
E
C
M
B
R
B
P
B
W
B
B
B
F
A
T
A
X
A
S
A
B
B
X
B
H
A
U
A
Y
A
L
A
C
A
K
V
U
T
S
R
X
A
M
P
W
F
N
E
M
D
L
C
K
B
J
A
H
C
U
High
C
E
24 X 32
B
C
Designator
A
D
Crk #
Figure 7 Elco 90 Connector
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Table 8 Out 1 Elco 90 Pinout
Low
Gnd
1
BO11
Mon A (L)
A
H
R
2
BO12
Mon A (C)
B
J
S
3
BO17
Mon A (R)
C
K
T
4
BO18
Mon A (Sl)
D
L
U
5
BO19
Mon A (Sr)
E
M
V
6
BO20
Mon A (B)
F
N
W
7
BO21
Mon A (Li)
X
AE
AM
8
BO22
Mon A (Ri)
Y
AF
AN
9
BO23
Mon B (L)
Z
AH
AP
10
BO24
Mon B (R)
AA
AJ
AR
11
BO25
Mon C (L)
AB
AK
AS
12
BO26
Mon C (R)
AC
AL
AT
13
BO27
Mon D (L)
BJ
BS
BY
14
BO28
Mon D (R)
BK
BT
BZ
15
BL
BU
CA
16
BM
BV
CB
17
BN
BW
CC
18
BP
BX
CD
19
CF
CN
CW
20
CH
CP
CX
21
CJ
CR
CY
22
CK
CS
CZ
23
CL
CT
DA
24
CM
CU
BD
D
B
C
U
C
R
C
Y
C
S
C
Z
C
T
D
A
C
D
C
L
C
C
C
B
C
J
C
A
C
X
C
P
C
W
C
N
C
F
B
Y
B
J
B
S
B
Z
B
K
S
T
B
E
B
A
B
D
A
Z
C
H
B
L
A
P
A
W
A
N
A
V
C
K
B
V
B
U
A
R
B
M
A
J
A
A
A
H
Z
A
F
Y
A
E
C
M
B
R
B
P
B
N
B
F
B
W
B
B
A
T
A
X
A
S
A
B
B
X
B
H
A
U
A
Y
A
L
A
C
A
K
V
U
T
S
R
X
A
M
P
W
F
N
E
M
D
L
C
K
B
J
A
H
C
U
High
C
E
24 X 32
B
C
Designator
A
D
Crk #
Figure 8 Elco 90 Connector
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Table 9 Out 2 Elco 90 Pinout
Low
Gnd
1
BO31
Solo L
A
H
R
2
BO32
Solo R
B
J
S
3
TL1
Talk 1
C
K
T
4
TL2
Talk 2
D
L
U
5
TL3
Listen 1
E
M
V
6
TL4
Listen 2
F
N
W
7
TL5
Listen 3
X
AE
AM
8
TL6
Listen 4
Y
AF
AN
9
BO3
CR main (L)
Z
AH
AP
10
BO4
CR main (C)
AA
AJ
AR
11
BO5
CR main (R)
AB
AK
AS
12
BO6
Cntrl Rm (Sl)
AC
AL
AT
13
BO7
Cntrl Rm (Sr)
BJ
BS
BY
14
BO8
CR main (B)
BK
BT
BZ
15
BO9
CR main (Li)
BL
BU
CA
16
BO10
CR main (Ri)
BM
BV
CB
17
BO13
CR Alt 1 (L)
BN
BW
CC
18
BO14
CR Alt 1 (C)
BP
BX
CD
19
BO15
CR Alt 1 (R)
CF
CN
CW
20
BO16
CR Alt 1 (Sl)
CH
CP
CX
21
BO29
CR Alt 1 (Sr)
CJ
CR
CY
22
BO30
CR Alt 1 (B)
CK
CS
CZ
23
BO1
CR Alt 2 (L)
CL
CT
DA
24
BO2
CR Alt 2(R)
CM
CU
BD
D
B
C
U
C
R
C
Y
C
S
C
Z
C
T
D
A
C
D
C
L
C
C
C
B
C
J
C
A
C
X
C
P
C
W
C
N
C
F
B
Y
B
J
B
S
B
Z
B
K
S
T
B
E
B
A
B
D
A
Z
C
H
B
L
A
P
A
W
A
N
A
V
C
K
B
V
B
U
A
R
B
M
A
J
A
A
A
H
Z
A
F
Y
A
E
C
M
B
R
B
P
B
N
B
F
B
W
B
B
A
T
A
X
A
S
A
B
B
X
B
H
A
U
A
Y
A
L
A
C
A
K
V
U
T
S
R
X
A
M
P
W
F
N
E
M
D
L
C
K
B
J
A
H
C
U
High
C
E
24 X 32
B
C
Designator
A
D
Crk #
Figure 9 Elco 90 Connector
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Table 10 Out 3 DB-25 Pinout
Crk #
Designator
24 X 32
High
Low
Gnd
1
T1
24
12
25
2
T2
10
23
11
3
L1
21
9
22
4
L2
7
20
8
5
L3
18
6
19
6
L4
4
17
5
7
Solo L
15
3
16
8
Solo R
1
14
2
13 12 11 10 9 8
7
6
5
4
3
2 1
25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14
Figure 10 DB-25 Connector
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Optional Configurations
Monitor Output Patch
recommended locations
Digital Core
2
A
1
3
A
Machine Room
B
Control Room
B
MA703
Use relative locations to
determine cable lengths
44
5
B
MC524
76
D
A
C
C
A
B
Monitor Output Patch
E, F
Figure 11 Monitor Output Patch Cable Diagram
Patchbay, cables, pins and connectors are ordered separately as required.
Table 11 Monitor Output Patch Cable Specifications
Part
Qty
Description
Part #
Length
C
2
MC524 Patch Connect:
one male Elco 90 <> two male Elco 38
030-07036-01
2m
D
1
Tie Line Patch
950-03770-01
NA
E
4
Elco 38-Pin Connector w/hood
100-02099-00
NA
F
160
Elco Crimp Pins (Supplied with standard configuration) 100-02100-00
2m
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MA703
DIGITAL
OUTPUTS
ANALOG
OUTPUTS
MADI
IN
1
MADI in from Core
2
24 female XLR to 1 male Elco 90
Monitor bus outs from MA703
AES/EBU Sync In
from Studio Hub
5
12 female XLR to 1 Elco 38
4 Listen and 2 Talk Mic inputs
Control from Digital
Interface Pilot
8 - Control Room
8 - Mon A
2 - Mon B
2 - Mon C
2 - Mon D
2 - Solo
4
A
3
8 male XLR to DB-25
A
6
8 - Mon A
2 - Mon B
2 - Mon C
2 - Mon D
B
1 male Elco 90 to
2 male Elco 38
C,D
2 - Solo out
2 - Talk pre out
4 - Listen pre out
8 - CR Main out
6 - CR Alt 1 out
2 - CR Alt 2 out
Upper 25-36
Lower 37-48
Lower 25-36
USER
C,D
Connectors and pins provided
Connectors and pins provided
Upper 37-48
2 - TB pre out
4 - Listen pre out
2 - Solo out
(TB1 returns to
core for slate)
Upper 13-24
Upper 1-12
Lower 13-24
USER
USER
Lower 1-12
USER
USER
Monitor Output Patch
TB & LB M i c P r e O u t
Solo
Talk Mics
Listen M ics
CR Main
Alt 1
Alt 2
Mon B
Mon A
Mon D
R
T1
T2
L1
L2
L3
L4
L C R SL SR B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48
Li
Ri
L C R SL SR B L R L C R SL SR B
Mon C
L
Li
Ri
L R L R L R
Figure 12 Monitor Output Patch Configuration
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Monitor Insert Patch
recommended locations
Digital Core
2
A
1
3
MA703
EE
H
E
B
Control Room
Use relative locations to
determine cable lengths
E
B
B
MC524
6
F
Machine Room
B
Monitor Insert Patch
G
F
6
7
A
F
6
Monitor Output Patch
B
Figure 13 Monitor Insert Patch Cable Diagram
Patchbay, cables, pins and connectors are ordered separately as required.
Table 12 Monitor Insert Patch Cable Specification
Part
Qty
Description
Part #
Length
E
3
TB/LB Mic, Bus: one male Elco 38 <> 12 female XLR
030-06919-01
2m
F
3
MC524 Patch Connect:
one male Elco 90 <> two male Elco 38
030-07036-01
2m
G
1
MC524 Patch Connect:
one male Elco 38 <> one male Elco 38
030-07158-01
2m
H
1
Tie Line Patch
950-03770-01
NA
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MA703
DIGITAL
OUTPUTS
ANALOG
OUTPUTS
MADI
IN
1
MADI in from Core
2
AES/EBU Sync In
from Studio Hub
1
2
3
4
E
5
(2) 12 female XLR to 1 male Elco 38
Monitor bus outs from MA703
E
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48
L C R SL S R B
Li
Ri
L C R SL SR B Li Ri L R L R L R
1
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48
Control Roo
Mon A
m
2
3
4
5
6
Upper 25-36
12 female XLR <>
1 Elco 38
4 Listen and
2 Talk Mic inputs
Mon C
Mon D
Solo
L
TB Mics
R
T1
T2 L1
Listen Mics
L2 L3
L4
Monitor Insert Patch
H
Upper 37-48
Mon B
Lower 37-48
Lower 25-36
Upper 13-24
Upper 1-12
1 male Elco 90 <>
2 male Elco 38
E
Control from Digital
Interface Pilot
F
3
2 - TB pre out
4 - Listen pre out
2 - Solo out
(TB1 returns to core for slate)
Lower 1-12
F
G
1 male Elco 38 <>
1 male Elco 38
8 - Control Room
8 - Mon A
2 - Mon B
2 - Mon C
2 - Mon D
2 - Solo
8 male XLR to DB-25
F
6
8 - Mon A
2 - Mon B
2 - Mon C
2 - Mon D
Upper 37-48
Lower 13-24
2 - Solo out
2 - Talk pre out
4 - Listen pre out
8 - CR Main out
6 - CR Alt 1 out
2 - CR Alt 2 out
1 male Elco 90 <>
2 male Elco 38
Upper 25-36
Lower 37-48
Lower 25-36
USER
Upper 13-24
Upper 1-12
Lower 13-24
USER
USER
Lower 1-12
USER
USER
Monitor Output Patch
TB & LB M i c P r e O u
t
Talk Mics
Solo
Listen M ics
CR Main
Alt 1
Alt 2
Mon B
Mon A
Mon D
R
T1
T2
L1
L2
L3
L4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48
Li
Ri
L C R SL SR B L R L C R SL SR B
Mon C
L
L C R SL SR B
Li
Ri
L R L R L R
Figure 14 Monitor Insert Patch Configuration
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Table 13 Tie Line Patch Elco 38 Pinout
Signal Name
Hot
Cold
Connector
Pair Number
Shield
pin E
pin L
1
Channel 2, 14, 26, 38
Input/Output
pin B
pin F
pin M
2
Channel 3, 15, 27, 39
Input/Output
pin C
pin H
pin N
3
Channel 4, 16, 28, 40
Input/Output
pin D
pin J
pin P
4
Channel 5, 17, 29, 41
Input/Output
pin DD
pin JJ
pin PP
5
Channel 6, 18, 30, 42
Input/Output
pin EE
pin KK
pin RR
6
Channel 7, 19, 31, 43
Input/Output
pin FF
pin LL
pin SS
7
Channel 8, 20, 32, 44
Input/Output
pin HH
pin MM
pin TT
8
Channel 9, 21, 33, 45
Input/Output
pin R
pin S
pin V
9
Channel 10, 22, 34. 46
Input/Output
pin T
pin U
pin W
10
Channel 11, 23, 35, 47
pin X
pin Z
pin AA
11
Channel 12, 24, 36, 48
Input/Output
pin Y
pin BB
pin CC
12
W
X 23
24 Y
B
A
B
A
F
H
D
E
H
F
D
E
L
M
K
JJ
L
M
K
T
R
S
P
T
R
S
P
17
18
19
20
U
T
22
S
Z
R
L
V
M
N
21
P
K
J
H
F
E
16
D
15
C
14
B
13
A
N
N
pin A
C
C
Channel 1, 13, 25, 37
Input/Output
Figure 15 Rear View of Elco Male 38-pin Connector (Insert pins from this side)
Connector Specifications
38-pin male w/ hood Elco P/N 00-8016-038000-519 (Euphonix P/N 100-02099)
Use crimp pins Elco P/N 60-8017-031300-339 (Euphonix P/N 100-02100)
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