User Handbook - Dave Langer (Creative Services)

User Handbook - Dave Langer (Creative Services)
S2 Digital I/O Analogue
Radio Broadcast Mixer
User Handbook
DAVE LANGER (Creative Services)
27 Cavendish Road, Salford,
M7 4WP, England.
Telephone: +44 161 740 7171
Facsimilie: +44 161 792 9595
Internet: http://www.jingle.org
E-mail: info@jingle.org
Revision 2.01 March, 2007
©Sonifex Ltd, 2000-7
All Rights Reserved
Sonifex Ltd, 61, Station Road, Irthlingborough,
Northants, NN9 5QE, England.
Tel : +44 (0)1933 650 700
Fax : +44 (0)1933 650 726
Email : sales@sonifex.co.uk or technical.support@sonifex.co.uk
Web : http://www.sonifex.co.uk
Information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent
a commitment on the part of Sonifex Ltd. Sonifex Ltd shall not be liable for any loss or
damage whatsoever arising form the use of information or any error contained in this
manual.
No part of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means,
electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or information storage and
retrieval systems, for any purpose other than the purchaser’s personal use, without the
express written permission of Sonifex Ltd.
Unless otherwise noted, all names of companies, products and persons contained herein are
part of a completely fictitious adaptation and are designed solely to document the use of
Sonifex products.
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Warranty & Safety Information
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Warranty and Liability
Returning the Warranty Card
Unpacking the S2
Safety of Mains Operated Equipment
Fuse Rating
Power Cable and Connection
WEEE & RoHS Directives - Sonifex Statement
Reporting Faults
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Introduction
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Installation Notes
Atmosphere
Electromagnetic Radiation
Dimensions and Cut-Out Sizes
Channel Configuration
Connectors and Cabling
System Block Diagrams
Applications
Removing & Replacing Channels
Connecting A Split Desk
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Power Supply
S2-PSU Power Supply
Front Panel
Rear Panel
Safety of Mains Operated Equipment
Ordering the Correct Mains Lead
Power Cable and Connection
Fuse Rating
S2-PSUS Dual Power Supply Switcher
Front Panel
Rear Panel
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Input Channels
S2-CML Mic/Line Input Channel
S2-CMM Mic/Mic Input Channel
S2-CS Dual Stereo Line Input Channel
S2-CSE Dual Stereo Line Input with EQ Channel
S2-CSG Stereo Line with Gram Input Channel
S2-CDS Digital Dual Stereo Input Channel
S2-CDSE Digital Dual Stereo Input with EQ Channel
S2-C6SS 6 Way Stereo Line Source Select Channel
S2-CT Telco Input Channel
S2-CSMM Stereo Mix-Minus Channel
S2-PG S2 Penny & Giles Conductive Plastic Fader
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S2 CML Mic/Line Channel With EQ
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Panel Controls
Rear Panel
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
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Innovative Design
Superb Audio Quality and Unquestionable Reliability
Features
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CON T E N TS
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S2-CMM Mic/Mic Channel With EQ
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Panel Controls
Rear Panel
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
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S2-CSE/S2-CS Dual Stereo Line Channel With & Without EQ
Panel Controls
Rear Panel
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
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S2-CSGE/S2-CSG Stereo Line And Gram Channel With & Without EQ
Panel Controls
Rear Panel
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
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S2-CDSE/S2-CDS Digital Dual Stereo Line Channel With & Without EQ
Panel Controls
Rear Panel
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
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10 S2-C6SS 6 Way Stereo Line Source Select Channel With EQ
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Panel Controls
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
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11 S2-CT Telco Channel With EQ
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Panel Controls
Rear Panel
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
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12 S2-CSMM Stereo Mix Minus Channel With EQ
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Panel Controls
Rear Panel
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
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13 Output Channels
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S2-ODP Digital PGM Output Channel & S2-ODPF Digital PGM Output Channel
With Master Fader
S2-ODA Digital AUD Output Channel & S2-ODAF Digital AUD Output Channel
With Master Fader
S2-OMC Control Room Monitor Channel
S2-OMS Studio Monitor Channel
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14 S2-ODPF/S2-ODP Digital Output PGM Channel With &
Without Master Fader
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Panel Controls
Rear Panel
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
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15 S2-ODAF/S2-ODA Digital Output AUD Channel With &
Without Master Fader
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Panel Controls
Rear Panel
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
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Panel Controls
Rear Panel
Channel Options and Jumper Settings
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Panel Controls
Rear Panel
Channel Options and Jumper Settings
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Meterbridge Module Types
Meterbridge Distribution Board
S2-MB1-5 Meterbridge Blanking Plates
S2-ML Meterbridge Loudspeaker Monitor Panel
S2-MVU Meterbridge VU Meter Panel, S2-MPPM PPM Meter Panel, S2-MPPT True
PPM Meter Panel & S2-ML53 LED Meter Panel
S2-MPH Meterbridge Phase Meter Panel
S2-MTB6 Meterbridge 6 Way Talkback Panel
S2-MTBS Meterbridge Station Master Talkback Panel
S2-MSB3 S2 Meterbridge Switch Panel With 3 Buttons
S2-MT Meterbridge Timer Panel
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Glossary
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Index
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FIGURES
FI G U RE S
Figures
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Fig 1-1 : S2-15 Chassis Complete with Channels.
Fig 1-2 : S2-7SS Script Space.
Fig 2-1 : Mixer Profile.
Fig 2-2 : Mixer Cut-Out details.
Fig 2-3 : XLR Connectors.
Fig 2-4 : RCA Phono Connector.
Fig 2-5 : BNC Connector.
Fig 2-6 : 1/4” Jack Connectors.
Fig 2-7 : 9 Pin & 15 Pin D-Type Connectors.
Fig 2-8 : 25 Pin D-Type Connectors.
Fig 2-9 : 9 Pin D-Type Power Connectors.
Fig 2-10 : System Block Diagram (Sheet 1).
Fig 2-11 : System Block Diagram (Sheet 2).
Fig 2-12 : Using the Sonifex RB-LC3 to control an On-Air Light.
Fig 2-13 : Mixer Bus Cable Slots.
Fig 2-14 : Mixer Bus Cable Screen Connection.
Fig 2-15 : Cable & Channel Connection.
Fig 2-16 : Meterbridge Interconnection.
Fig 3-1 : S2-PSU Front Panel.
Fig 3-2 : S2-PSU Rear Panel.
Fig 3-3 : S2-PSUS Front Panel.
Fig 3-4 : S2-PSUS Rear Panel.
Fig 5-1 : S2 Mic/Line Input Board Layout.
Fig 6-1 : S2 Mic/Mic Input Board Layout.
Fig 7-1 : S2 Dual Stereo Input With & Without EQ Board Layout.
Fig 8-1 : S2 Stereo Line & Gram With & Without EQ Board Layout.
Fig 9-1 : S2 Digital Dual Stereo Input Board Layout.
Fig 10-1 : S2 6 Way Source Selector Board Layout.
Fig 11-1 : S2 Telco Input Board Layout.
Fig 12-1 : S2 Stereo Mix-Minus Board Layout.
Fig 14-1 : S2 Digital PGM Output Board Layout.
Fig 14-2 : S2 Digital PGM Output With Fader Board Layout.
Fig 15-1 : S2 Digital AUD Output Board Layout.
Fig 15-2 : S2 Digital AUD Output With Fader Board Layout.
Fig 16-1 : Control Room Monitor Board Layout.
Fig 17-1 : Studio Monitor Board Layout.
Fig 18-1 : Meterbridge Distribution Board Layout.
Fig 18-2 : Blanking Plate.
Fig 18-3 : Loudspeaker Monitor Panel.
Fig 18-4 : PPM & True PPM Meter Panel.
Fig 18-5 : VU Meter Panel.
Fig 18-6 : VU & PPM LED Meter Panel.
Fig 18-7 : Phase Meter Panel.
Fig 18-8 : Meterbridge 6 Way Talkback Panel.
Fig 18-9 : Meterbridge Station Master Talkback Panel.
Fig 18-10 : S2-MSB3 S2 Meterbridge Switch Panel With 3 Buttons.
Fig 18-11 : Meterbridge Timer Panel.
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Warranty & Safety Information
Warranty and Liability
Important: the purchaser is advised to read this clause
(a)
The Company agrees to repair or (at its discretion) replace Goods which are found to
be defective (fair wear and tear excepted) and which are returned to the Company
within 12 months of the date of despatch provided that each of the following are
satisfied:
notification of any defect is given to the Company immediately upon its
becoming apparent to the Purchaser;
(ii)
the Goods have only been operated under normal operating conditions and
have only been subject to normal use (and in particular the Goods must have
been correctly connected and must not have been subject to high voltage or
to ionising radiation and must not have been used contrary to the Company’s
technical recommendations);
(iii)
the Goods are returned to the Company’s premises at the Purchaser’s expense;
(iv)
any Goods or parts of Goods replaced shall become the property of the
Company;
(v)
no work whatsoever (other than normal and proper maintenance) has been
carried out to the Goods or any part of the Goods without the Company’s prior
written consent;
(vi)
the defect has not arisen from a design made, furnished or specified by the
Purchaser;
(vii) the Goods have been assembled or incorporated into other goods only in
accordance with any instructions issued by the Company;
(viii) the defect has not arisen from a design modified by the Purchaser;
(ix)
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(i)
the defect has not arisen from an item manufactured by a person other than
the Company. In respect of any item manufactured by a person other than the
Company, the Purchaser shall only be entitled to the benefit of any warranty or
guarantee provided by such manufacturer to the Company.
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(b)
In respect of computer software supplied by the Company the Company does not
warrant that the use of the software will be uninterrupted or error free.
(c)
The Company accepts liability:
for death or personal injury to the extent that it results from the negligence of
the Company, its employees (whilst in the course of their employment) or its
agents (in the course of the agency);
(ii)
for any breach by the Company of any statutory undertaking as to title, quiet
possession and freedom from encumbrance.
(d)
Subject to conditions (a) and (c) from the time of despatch of the Goods from the
Company’s premises the Purchaser shall be responsible for any defect in the Goods
or loss, damage, nuisance or interference whatsoever consequential economic or
otherwise or wastage of material resulting from or caused by or to the Goods. In
particular the Company shall not be liable for any loss of profits or other economic
losses. The Company accordingly excludes all liability for the same.
(e)
At the request and expense of the Purchaser the Company will test the Goods to
ascertain performance levels and provide a report of the results of that test. The report
will be accurate at the time of the test, to the best of the belief and knowledge of the
Company, and the Company accepts no liability in respect of its accuracy beyond that
set out in Condition (a).
(f )
Subject to Condition (e) no representation, condition, warranty or other term, express
or implied (by statute or otherwise) is given by the Company that the Goods are of
any particular quality or standard or will enable the Purchaser to attain any particular
performance or result, or will be suitable for any particular purpose or use under
specific conditions or will provide any particular capacity, notwithstanding that the
requirement for such performance, result or capacity or that such particular purpose
or conditions may have been known (or ought to have been known) to the Company,
its employees or agents.
(g)
(i)
To the extent that the Company is held legally liable to the Purchaser for any
single breach of contract, tort, representation or other act or default, the
Company’s liability for the same shall not exceed the Price of the Goods.
(ii)
The restriction of liability in Condition (g)(i) shall not apply to any liability
accepted by the Seller in Condition (c).
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(i)
Where the Goods are sold under a consumer transaction (as defined by the Consumer
Transactions (Restrictions on Statements) Order 1976) the statutory rights of the
Purchaser are not affected by these Conditions of Sale.
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Returning the Warranty Card
In order to register the date of purchase so that we can keep you informed of any design
improvements or modifications, it is important to complete the warranty registration
document that is enclosed and return it to Sonifex Ltd in the UK, or register online at
www.sonifex.co.uk/register
For your own records you should write down the serial number of both the power supply
and the mixer chassis (2 for a split desk).
1st Mixer Serial Number
Power Supply Serial Number
Unpacking the S2
Each product is shipped in protective packaging and should be inspected for damage.
before use. Where an item is found to have transit damage, notify your supplier immediately
with all the relevant details of the shipment. Packing materials should be kept for inspection
and also for if the product needs to be returned.
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2nd Mixer Serial Number
(split desk only)
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Safety of Mains Operated Equipment
This equipment has been designed to meet the safety regulations currently advised
in the country of purchase and it conforms to the safety regulations specified by
use of the CE Mark.
The power supply is rated to 95 - 265VAC at 47 – 63Hz with a fuse of 2A.
WARR AN T Y & SAFE T Y INFORMAT I ON
Warning: There are no user serviceably parts inside the machine. If you should ever
need to look inside the unit, always disconnect the mains supply before removing the
equipment covers.
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Fuse Rating
The product is supplied with a single fuse in the live conducting path of the power-in feed
at the power supply. For reasons of safety it is important that the correct rating and type of
fuse is used. Incorrectly rated fuses could present a possible fire hazard, under equipment
fault conditions.
Power Cable and Connection
An IEC power connector is supplied with the product, which has a moulded plug attached
– this is a legal requirement. If no moulded plug has been supplied with your product,
please contact your supplier, because an IEC connector is always supplied from the
Sonifex factory.
If for any reason, you need to use the product with a different power cable, you should use
the following wiring guidelines
Wire Colour
Green, or green and yellow
Blue, or Black
Brown, or Red
Connection
Earth (E)
Neutral (N)
Live (L)
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WEEE & RoHS Directives - Sonifex Statement
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive was agreed on
13 February 2003, along with the related Directive 2002/95/EC on Restrictions
of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic
equipment (RoHS).
Sonifex Ltd will be happy to give you information about local organisations that can
reprocess the products, or alternatively all products that have reached “end of use” can be
returned to Sonifex and will be reprocessed correctly free of charge.
Sonifex Ltd has phased out the use of certain hazardous substances identified in the
European Union’s Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive. The RoHS directive
limits the use of certain hazardous substances currently used in EEE manufacture, including
lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, and halide-containing compounds PBB
(polybrominated biphenyl) and PBDE (polybrominated diphenyl ether). Elimination of these
substances will result in more environmentally friendly recycling of electronic equipment.
For the products which Sonifex manufacture, the main area where products were affected
was in the use of lead for manufacturing and assembling electronics circuit boards.
Sonifex Ltd practices lead-free (LF) manufacturing processes. LF solder is used on the
surface-mount PCB manufacturing processes and for hand soldering. The printed circuit
boards (PCBs) used are either gold plated, or immersion tin plated, both of which use no
lead. Historically the PCBs were hot air solder levelled (HASL) PCBs which used tin/lead
based solder.
The manufacturing processes include the assembly of purchased components from various
sources. Product is offered as RoHS compliant, or LF, only after sufficient evidence is received
from the component manufacturers that their components are RoHS compliant. Sonifex
Ltd relies solely on the distributor, or manufacturer, of the components for identification of
RoHS compliance. Thus whilst every effort is made to ensure compliance, Sonifex Ltd makes
no warranty, or certification, or declaration of compliance concerning said components.
WARR ANT Y & SAFE T Y INFORMATION
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE) aims to minimise the
impacts of electrical and electronic equipment on the environment during their life times
and when they become waste. It applies to a huge spectrum of products. It encourages
and sets criteria for the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery of waste electrical and
electronic equipment. All products manufactured by Sonifex Ltd have the WEEE directive
label placed on the case. It gives a contact for individuals who are unsure about the correct
procedure when the product has reached its “end of use”.
Sonifex Ltd defines “Lead Free” as pertaining to any product, which has been manufactured
by Sonifex Ltd using components which have been declared by the manufacturers as
“Lead Free”. All statements by Sonifex Ltd of RoHS compliance are based on component
manufacturer documentation.
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Reporting Faults
REPORTI NG A FAU LT
Although this Sonifex product is manufactured to the highest standards, it is possible that
minor faults may appear in the equipment over its normal lifetime. If you find any problems
with the product, please contact your Sonifex distributor, or contact Sonifex directly at the
following address, or fax with a copy of this completed sheet :
To :
Sonifex Ltd,
From:
Name
61, Station Road,
Position
Irthlingborough,
Company
Northants.
Address
NN9 5QE, UK
Tel : +44 (0)1933 650 700
Tel
Fax : +44 (0)1933 650 726
Fax
Email : technical.support@sonifex.co.uk
Email
For the Serial No. of your machine, see the
back panel of the unit.
Serial No.
Please describe the error in as much detail as possible (for example what you were doing
when the problem occurred, what actually happened, etc)
Description of Error
Also, if you have any suggestions for additions or upgrades to the unit , we would like to
hear what they are :
Additions that I Would Like to See
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1 Introduction
S2 is a new breed of radio broadcast mixer. Using the latest technology components,
S2 offers digital audio quality with analogue reliability in a modular format. S2 has both
digital and analogue input channels, together with simultaneous analogue and digital
outputs.
I NT RODU C T ION
Following on from the Sovereign range of audio mixers, S2 combines all the features needed
of a radio broadcast mixer in a stylish, flush-mounting chassis: a wide range of input and
output channels, PFL/Cue, fader-start operation of equipment, automatic monitor muting
on mic-live, light switching remote outputs, optional EQ on input modules, gram amp input
options and 2 main audio buses, allowing you to broadcast on the PGM bus while recording
on the AUD bus, with bus output selection on each module.
Fig 1-1 : S2-15 Chassis Complete with Channels.
Innovative Design
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The S2 chassis is available in 5 channel width sections, allowing 5, 10, 15, 20, 25
and 30 channel width mixers. This means S2 can be used for small newsrooms or
large on-air situations. The following table shows the model number along with the
total channel width.
Model No.
Number of Channels
Model No.
Number of Channels
S-05
5
S-20
20
S-10
10
S-25
25
S-15
15
S-30
30
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The Script Space (S2-7SS) occupies an area of 7 channel widths, and is designed to
hold documents / scripts for the Mixer operator when desk space is at a premium.
It is most commonly placed in the center of the mixer, although it can be positioned
anywhere within the mixer chassis. A 10 channel Script Space (S2-10SS), is
also available.
INTRODU C T I ON
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Fig 1-2 : S2-7SS Script Space.
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Blank channels (S2-CB) can be used to fill spaces in the chassis not occupied by
active channels.
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Modular “pop-up” input and output channels means that the mixer can be maintained
simply and quickly. Input channels can be individually removed and repaired whilst
still on-air.
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The angle of the meterbridge can be varied and set for best viewing position.
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Any channel can be in any position so that customizing the mixer for your own
purposes is easy.
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Large backlit buttons allow you to see the status of the mixer at all times.
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The fitted rear panel hides all cable connections but can be simply removed for
maintenance.
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The modular design of the desk gives you the flexibility to expand it at a later date.
You can even add another S2 mixer and link them together with a bus connector
cable to allow for split desk configurations.
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Superb Audio Quality and Unquestionable Reliability
The S2 uses the latest Crystal semiconductor technology to allow input and output of
digital audio signals up to 24 bit, 96kHz sample rate.
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The analogue signal paths use low noise circuitry to provide superb audio
performance well capable of satisfying radio listeners worldwide.
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The high reliability and build quality of S2 minimizes the chance of failure, avoiding
lost air-time. Each channel is individually checked twice before being assembled into
the finished chassis and the whole unit is tested before shipping.
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ALPS long throw 100mm faders give a smooth, repeatable response and the Neutrik
XLR connectors used are an industry standard.
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The use of VCAs controlled by the faders ensures tight stereo tracking and eliminates
mechanical and electronic noise.
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S2 has a separate 2U power supply providing regulated, ripple-free power to
the mixer.
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High quality stainless steel is used for the chassis and screws to prevent corrosion in
high humidity environments.
I NT RODU C T ION
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Features
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Fully modular build with six different frame sizes available.
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Optional script space.
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Digital and analogue inputs.
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Digital and analogue PGM and AUD outputs as standard.
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Mono analogue output.
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True cleanfeed output on each telco input.
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Stereo cleanfeed channel available.
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VCA faders.
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VU and PPM metering.
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Optional master faders on outputs for production use.
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Dual digital timers with real time clock.
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Separate control room and studio monitor channels.
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Optional RIAA inputs for dual stereo channel.
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2 Installation Notes
Atmosphere
The S2 mixer should be installed in an area which is not subject to excessive heat or cold.
Also, you should avoid installing it in atmospheric conditions which are dusty, smoky, or
dirty, or where there is moisture or vibration.
INSTALL AT I ON NOT E S
Do not use any liquids to clean the fascia of the mixer: a soft dry brush is ideal. Use a clean
cloth moistened with water or ethyl alcohol to clean the trim and scribble pads. Other
solvents may cause damage to paint or plastic parts.
Electromagnetic Radiation
Avoid using the S2 mixer close to strong sources of electromagnetic radiation such as, video
monitors or high power electric cabling. This may cause degradation of the audio quality
due to induced voltages in connecting leads and chassis. The S2 power supply should also
be sited at least 1 metre from the mixer.
In all cases the S2 mixer and power supply should be installed and serviced by qualified
personnel.
Dimensions and Cut-Out Sizes
The S2 mixer consists of a stainless steel chassis with plastic side and top mouldings and
aluminium front trim. The dimensions for the mixer below include the mouldings and trim.
The cut-out size is for reference only and should be checked with your mixer.
180mm
10mm
7°
117mm
23mm
Mounting Holes 5mm Diameter
505mm
521mm 565mm
Fig 2-1 : Mixer Profile.
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40mm
276mm
Woodwork
Rear Edge
577mm S2-15
768mm S2-20
958mm S2-25
1149mm S2-30
Woodwork
Front Edge
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506mm
196mm S2-5
387mm S2-10
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Fig 2-2 : Mixer Cut-Out Details.
Channel Configuration
Each of the channels can be re-configured by jumpers, which are displayed in the “Channel
Options and Jumper Settings” section of each chapter. You should ensure that you are
thoroughly familiar with the settings available for each channel before attempting
installation of the mixer. This is because some options may involve moving jumpers on
several channels to change the configuration of the mixer.
Connectors and Cabling
Many of the problems associated with installing and maintaining a mixing console are due
to the use of poor cables or faulty connections. It is recommended that, wherever possible,
pre-wired cables are purchased from recommended manufacturers. If you need bespoke
cables making, please ensure that a qualified engineer carries out the work.
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The main types of connectors used with the S2 mixers are the following:
XLR 3 Pin Connectors
The following diagram shows the pin details for the 3 pin XLR sockets and plugs:
Line, Mic &
AES/EBU Inputs
C/F, L/R Stereo &
AES/EBU Outputs
Pin 2. Hot (In Phase) Signal
Pin 2. Hot (In Phase) Signal
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Pin 1. Ground (Screen) Signal
Pin 1. Ground (Screen) Signal
Pin 3. Cold (Out Of Phase) Signal
Pin 3. Cold (Out Of Phase) Signal
3 Pin Socket
(Female)
3 Pin Socket
(Male)
Fig 2-3 : XLR Connectors.
RCA Phono Connector
This connector is used on the Stereo Gram Channel and the S/PDIF inputs on the digital
input/output channels.
Gram & S/PDIF
Inputs
Inner. Hot (In Phase) Signal
Outer. Ground (Screen) Signal
RCA Phono
(Female)
Fig 2-4 : RCA Phono Connector.
BNC Connector
This connector is used for the Word clock inputs on the PGM and AUD output channels.
Word Clock
Inputs
Inner. Hot (In Phase) Signal
Outer. Ground (Screen) Signal
BNC (Female)
Fig 2-5 : BNC Connector.
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6.35mm ‘A’ Gauge Stereo Jack Plugs
‘A’ Gauge Stereo Jack Plugs can be connected as follows:
¼“ ‘A’ Gauge Stereo Jack Plug used for T/B in and T/B Out
Tip - T/B Signal
Ring - Control Signal (T/B In)
Sleeve - Common
¼“ ‘A’ Gauge Stereo Jack Plug
used for Headphones and Monitors
Sleeve - Ground (Screen) Signal
Fig 2-6 : 1/4” Jack Connectors.
D Type Connectors
Several different D type connectors are used on the S2. A 9 pin plug is used for the remotes
on input channels and external inputs on monitor channels. A 15 pin socket is used for the
analogue outputs and mute relays on the output channels. A 25 pin socket is used for the
audio inputs, and a 25 pin plug for the remotes, on the 6 way stereo select channel. A 9 pin
plug & socket is used for the power connections from the PSU to the mixer.
9 Pin D-Type Plug used
for Remotes and Ext Inputs
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Tip - Left Signal
Ring - Right Signal
15 Pin D-Type Socket used for Analogue
Outpus and Mute Relays
Pin 1
Pin 6
Pin 9
Pin 15
Pin 8
Pin 9
Pin 1
Pin 5
Fig 2-7 : 9 Pin & 15 Pin D-Type Connectors.
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25 Pin D-Type Plug
used for Audio Inputs
Pin 14
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Pin 25
25 Pin D-Type Socket
used for Remotes
Pin 1
Pin 13
Pin 25
Pin 14
Pin 13
Pin 1
Fig 2-8 : 25 Pin D-Type Connectors.
9 Pin D-Type Plug used
for Power Connections
A1
9 Pin D-Type Socket used
for Power Interconnect Cable
A4
Pin 5
Pin 1
Pin 1
Pin 5
A5
A1
Fig 2-9 : 9 Pin D-Type Power Connectors.
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System Block Diagrams
Input Channels Diagram - CMM & CML
MIC
48V
LINE
MIC 2
EQ
ROUTING
VCA
TRIM
PAN
PGM AUD PFL C/FEED T/B
L R L R L R 1 2 1 2
MUTES
MIC
INSERT
GAIN
LINE
HF/LF
LINE
EQ
TRIM
48V
PFL
TO LEFT
PGM OUTPUT
TO RIGHT
PGM OUTPUT
VCA
INSERT
SEND
FADER
CPU
TO TIMER
BUS
INSERT
RETURN
MIC
LINE
AUD
PGM
LINE REMOTES
T/B ENABLE
CUE
PFL
EQ
ON
TO METER
SELECT
INPUT
TRIM
INPUT
EQ
HF/LF
EQ
PGM AUD PFL C/FEED T/B
ROUTING L R L R L R 1 2 1 2
VCA
TRIM
PFL
PAN
PFLTO
METER SELECT
TO TALKBACK
OUTPUT
VCA
C/FEED
OUTPUT
HYBRID LATCH
MUTES
Input Channel Diagram - CT Telco
FADER
CPU
PGM
AUD
EQ
CUE
T/B
CLEANFEED
SELECTION
AND ROUTING
ON
NULL
L FROM AUD
R OUTPUT
MIX BUS
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MIC CUE LIGHT
COUGH/REV T/B
LEFT
TRIM
INPUT 1
LINE LEFT
RIGHT
TRIM
INPUT 1
LINE RIGHT
LINE 1/2
VCA
TRIM
HF/LF
EQ
BAL
B
1
3
2
2
1
AES/SPDIF
INPUT 1
AES/EBU
AES/SPDIF INPUT
INPUT 2
D/A
SELECT
AES/EBU
INPUT 1 A 13
SPDIF B 2
INPUT 2
DIGITAL INPUT VERSION
INPUT 1 REMOTES
INPUT 2 REMOTES
TO S2-OMC &
S2-OMS CPU
PFL
CPU
PGM
A
PGM AUD PFL C/FEED T/B
L R L R L R 1 2 1 2
FADER
RIGHT
TRIM
INPUT 2
LINE RIGHT
ROUTING
VCA
LEFT
TRIM
INPUT 2
LINE LEFT
INPUT 2
RIAA
OPTION
EQ
MUTES
Input Channels Diagram - CSG,CSGE,CS,CSE,CDS,CDSE, and CSMM C6SS
AUD
INP 1
INP 2
EQ
3
C / FEED
LEFT
NULL
C / FEED
RIGHT
NULL
CUE
PFL
ON
FROM PGM
OUTPUT L
2
1
3
STEREO MIX-MINUS VERSION
6 x STEREO
BAL INPUTS
6 WAY INPUT
AND REMOTE
OUTPUT SELECTOR
FROM PGM
OUTPUT R
LEFT INPUT AMP
RIGHT INPUT AMP
6 x REMOTE
START/STOP
STEREO SELECTOR VERSION
Fig 2-10 : System Block Diagram (Sheet 1).
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PGM AUD
O/P O/P
L R L R
PFL T/B
O/P O/P
L R 1 2
REV T/B
TIMERS
Output Channels Diagram - ODP,ODPF,ODA, and ODAF
FADER OPTION
FROM LEFT
PGM BUS
ANALOGUE PGM
(AUD) OUTPUT LEFT
FROM RIGHT
PGM BUS
ANALOGUE PGM
(AUD) OUTPUT RIGHT
DIGITAL
AUDIO
INTERFACE
METER
SELECT
1
3
2
METERBRIDGE
1
FROM L&R
PFL BUS
A
B
AES/SPDIF
AES/EBU PGM
(AUD) OUTPUT
SPDIF PGM
(AUD) OUTPUT
SPDIF SYNC
AES/EBU SYNC
WORDCLOCK
FROM
TALKBACK
BUS
Output Channels Diagram - OMS and OMC
PGM AUD
O/P O/P
L R L R
PFL T/B
O/P O/P
L R 1 2
REV T/B
TIMERS
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CR
S2-ODP ONLY MON
FROM
MUTES BUS
AES/SPDIF
2
CPU
3
AUD
2
FROM CPU
ANALOGUE MONO
OUTPUT
1
OUTPUT
SELECT
3
A/D
PGM
PGM
EXTERNAL
INPUTS
C/ROOM/
STUDIO
MONITORS
AUD
EXT 1
TO S2-CT
TELCO
CLEANFEED
SELECTION
L&R
EXT 2
AUTO
CUE
STUDIO
T/B
FROM MUTES
BUS
LEVEL
CPU
AUTO
CUE
STUDIO C/ROOM
PRES/STUDIO
HEADPHONES
LEVEL
CUE/PFL MUTE/
DIM TALKBACK
GLOBAL T/B
SPLIT
CUE
REV T/B
TALKBACK
OUTPUT
TO MONITOR METERS
PGM AUD
O/P O/P
L R L R
REV T/B
TIMERS
Meterbridge Diagram - MPPM/T, PPM, MVU, VU, ML53, MPH, MTBS, MTB6, MT, and ML
PFL T/B
O/P O/P
L R 1 2
FROM MONITOR OUTPUT
REV T/B
S2-ML
S2-MT
DUAL TIMER, CLOCK AND DATE DISPLAY
CUE/PFL
TALKBACK
LOUDSPEAKER
CUE/PFL REV T/B
START
STOP
RESET
MODE
START
STOP
RESET
MODE
TO CLEANFEED
LEFT (S2-CSMM)
TO CLEANFEED
RIGHT (S2-CSMM)
PGM METERS
MONITOR METERS
PFL METERS
PHASE METER
S2-MPPM DUAL PPM METER PANEL
S2-MPPT TRUE DUAL PPM METER PANEL
S2-MVU DUAL VU METER PANEL
S2-ML53 DUAL LED BAR GRAPH METER
S2-MPH PHASE METER PANEL
Fig 2-11 : System Block Diagram (Sheet 2).
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Applications
This section of the handbook provides examples of how to configure the different types of
modules for typical applications:
Controlling an On-Air Light Using the Output Modules
The On-Air light, also known as Mic Live, is used to indicate to everyone inside or outside of
the Control Room and/or Studio that microphones are live and on-air.
Shown below is an example of connecting one of the latching relay contacts on the PGM or
AUD modules to a Sonifex RB-LC3. The remote connection on the LC3 is active low.
PGM or AUD Output Module
D-Type Outputs
& Remote Connectors
Pin 7
RB-LC3
Lamp
Pin 2
Mains
Output 1
Pin 14
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Two sets of latching relay contacts, activated by a control room mute, are available on the
15 way D type socket on the rear panel of the PGM and AUD modules for the Control Room
On-Air light and Studio On-Air light respectively. See the Remote Connector pin-outs of the
relevant modules for details.
Pin 14
Remote External
Control Inputs
Fig 2-12 : Using the Sonifex RB-LC3 to control an On-Air Light.
Controlling a Mic Cue Light using the Input Modules
The mic cue light is used to indicate to a guest, etc, situated in a talks studio, that they
should speak. The cue light is usually green, and there is usually one per microphone. This
should not be confused with a mic live light, which is red and there is one per studio or
control room, also known as “On Air light” (see above).
Opto-isolated outputs for a mic cue light are provided on the remote connectors of the
Mic/Mic and Mic/Line modules. See the Remote Connector pin-outs of the relevant modules
for details.
NOTE: It is vital that mains voltages are NOT connected to any of the connectors
on the mixer. If your On-Air light is to be mains operated then you should use a suitable
opto-isolated solid-state mains relay. The Sonifex Redbox RB-LC3 Light/Power controller
is a suitable unit that will control up to three On-Air lights and/or Mic cue lights.
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Enabling Talkback On Mic Modules
Talkback is used for off-air communication between studios, or between the Presenter,
the Studio guests and callers on the telephone line. The presenter’s microphone module
can be configured to be the talkback source to the studio guests and telephone callers
by connecting pin 9 to pin 7 on the presenters Mic/Mic or Mic/Line modules remote
connector. This talkback audio also appears on the talkback output connector on the control
room monitor module as a continuous feed. It can be used for routing talkback to other
destinations.
Cough Switch and Talkback On Mic Modules
A cough switch is used to momentarily mute the output of a live microphone channel
when you wish to clear your throat. Closing pin 8 to pin 7 on a Mic/Mic or Mic/Line modules
remote connector performs the cough function when the module is live, i.e. when the
mic input is selected, the channel is routed, the channel is ON and the fader is up. This
function can be used for the presenters mic but is more usually only provided for the studio
microphones.
The cough switch performs the function of talkback to the presenter when the module is
not live. In this case, when a studio guest presses his cough switch the microphone module
is put in to PFL, which routes the pre fade mic signal to the control room monitoring where
it can be heard by the presenter via his headphones or monitor loudspeakers. The presenter
can talk back to the studio by using the Studio T/B button situated on the studio monitor
module. For the presenter to hear the talkback from the studio automatically, either or both
the control room monitor loudspeakers and the headphones should be set to Auto Cue/PFL.
While the Cough switch is enabled, if PGM and/or AUD are enabled then they will flash
quickly to indicate that Cough is enabled.
Using Voice Processors On Mic Channels
The Insert point on Mic input channels is useful for hooking up an outboard effects unit
to be used with the microphone, for example, a voice processor. The insert send signal
is always available as a line level balanced output. The insert return signal is enabled by
placing jumper J10 on the channel, over pins 1 & 2. The insert return function is disabled in
Line mode except when jumper J5, Mic on Line Input, is set.
Remote Start and Stop
When an input module is being used in line mode (e.g a Mic/Line on input 2 or a Dual Stereo
module) it is usually necessary to control external equipment by means of the remote start
and stop functions. See the relevant modules for pin out details.
If your equipment has a remote facility for “Fader Start” then this normally requires a
latching contact to start, opening the contact will cause the equipment to stop. In this case
it is only necessary to use the start remote, but you will need to make the contact latching
by setting a jumper (See the relevant module for jumper settings).
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If your equipment has remote facilities for “Play”, “Stop”, “Re-Cue”, it will be necessary to
use both start and stop remotes. In this case you will need a momentary start. It should be
noted that pins 2 & 5 on the input modules remote connector is common to start and stop
and should be connected to the common pins on your equipments remote connector. Pins
1 & 4 on the remote should be connected to the “Play” pins on your equipment, and pins 3 &
6 should be connected to the “Stop” pins. Sometimes it may be useful to connect the mixer
stop remote to the “Re-Cue” pin.
The jumpers J11 and J12 on the Telco channel determine which of the two true cleanfeed
busses the channel uses. There can only be a maximum of two telco channels in each mixer
and they must not share a cleanfeed bus. If you have only one telco channel, the jumpers
are fitted over pins 1 & 2 of J11, using cleanfeed bus 1. If a second telco channel is present in
the mixer, then this second channel will have the jumpers fitted over pins 2 & 3 of J12, using
cleanfeed bus 2 only.
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Adding Telco Channels
When adding a Telco channel to the mixer there are certain requirements that need to be
met for the correct operation of the cleanfeed busses. Depending on whether you have 1,
2 or no telco channels fitted, you may have to alter the cleanfeed bus termination on the
digital PGM and AUD Output channels. If the console is supplied without Telco channels
then both cleanfeed mix busses will need to be terminated. With one Telco channel, only
the unused cleanfeed bus will require termination. With two Telco channels no termination
is required. Please refer to that section of the handbook for further info.
Removing & Replacing Channels
When installing the mixer it may be necessary to change certain characteristics of a channel
to suit your specific needs, e.g. jumper settings, internal gain pots, etc. To do this the channel
must be removed from the chassis to gain access to the jumpers and pots. Particular care
must be taken when performing this procedure.
To remove a channel, first disconnect any attached cables from the rear of the channel, and
remove the two screws from the front panel of the channel. The channel should now be
lifted slightly from the chassis with the aid of springs situated at the two fixing points, with
enough room to grab both ends of the channel, so that you can carefully lift it from the
chassis. Be careful not to lay the channel across the mixer, as the underside of the channel
PCB may cause scratching.
Once the necessary changes have been made, ensure that the main bus cable is still firmly
attached and carefully position the channel directly above the space where it was removed
from, holding it at a tilt, so that the fader end of the mixer will make contact with the
chassis first. Slowly lower it down into the mixer, making sure that the main bus cable is
formed correctly and the slack does not get trapped beneath the channel. Once the fader
end has made contact, continue lowering the rear end of the channel down until that also
makes contact, ensuring that it is flush with the channels beside it. Replace the screws, and
reattach the cables to the rear of the channel.
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Connecting A Split Desk
INSTALL AT I ON NOT E S
There are three cables used when connecting an S2 mixer split desk configuration. A 16
way IDC cable which connects the two meterbridge distribution boards, A 60 way jacketed
IDC cable which connects the two main mixer bus cables and an earth braid cable which
connects the two chassis’. When shipped, these three cables will already be attached to
one of the mixers and will require attaching to the other mixer. The procedure to do this is
described below.
Connecting The Mixer Bus Interconnect Cable
On the under side of the mixer chassis are two slots at each end. These are where the
mixer bus interconnect cable feeds through (Fig 2-13). The first thing to do is to remove
the channel from the end of the mixer where the cable is going to be connected. If the
interconnect cable is to be connected to the left handside mixer then this will be the
right most channel of the mixer. If the interconnect cable is to be connected to the right
handside mixer then this will be the left most channel.
Fig 2-13 : Mixer Bus Cable Slots.
Once the channel has been removed,
pull the cable through the slot making
sure that the cable has not twisted
coming from the first mixer. Pull it
through so that about 2 inches (5 cm) of
the cable jacketing is inside the chassis.
Connect the screening wire to one of
the clamping plate screws and screw in
the plate to the underside of the chassis
to secure the cable, and stop it from
moving (Fig 2-14).
Fig 2-14 : Mixer Bus Cable Screen Connection.
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Then loop the cable back over itself and connect the 60 way IDC plug to the main mixer bus
(Fig 2-15). Now reconnect the channel that was removed, to the free 60 way IDC socket,
using the procedure described on page 13 for removing and replacing channels.
Connecting The Meterbridge Interconnect Cable
To connect this cable some of the panels on the meterbridge will require removing to locate
the meterbridge distribution board. Once located, find the IDC header labelled on the
distribution PCB as “From Output Module”. At the back of the mixer chassis there is a slot
just above where the output modules sit. Feed the Meterbridge Interconnect cable through
the slot and plug it into the header. Once this has been done, replace the meterbridge
panels that were removed earlier to locate the distribution board.
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Fig 2-15 : Cable & Channel Connection.
Fig 2-16 : Meterbridge Interconnection.
Connecting The Earth Braid
As with the other cables, this will already be connected to one of the split desks. Simply
connect the other end of the cable to the other desk, by unscrewing the outer M4 nut and
removing the shakeproof washer. Then place the solder tag of the earth braid cable on the
bolt and then replacing the shakeproof and M4 nut.
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P O W E R S U P P LY
3 Power Supply
S2-PSU Power Supply
POWE R S U PPLY
Each S2 is shipped with a separate power supply in protective packaging and should be
inspected for damage before use. Where an item is found to have transit damage, notify the
carrier immediately with all the relevant details of the shipment. Packing materials should
be kept for inspection.
Fig 3-1 : S2-PSU Front Panel.
Front Panel
The S2-PSU is a 2U high rack-mount unit, which can supply power to the entire range of S2
mixers. A lead with a special 9 pin D-Type socket (see Fig 2-9) on each end is used to connect
the power supply to the mixer.
The power supply should be installed where there is adequate ventilation for heat to
circulate from the rear of the unit. The mixer has a heat sink attached to the rear panel,
which radiates some heat.
Four LED’s on the front of the unit indicate whether the power to the four voltage rails is
being supplied correctly. If one of the LED’s fails, then there is a problem with the power
supply unit.
Fig 3-2 : S2-PSU Rear Panel.
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Rear Panel
It is important to connect the mains supply in accordance with the information given.
Ensure that the rear panel mains voltage statement on the separate power supply indicates
that your equipment is suitable for your mains supply voltage and that the mains supply
fuse is correctly rated. The fuse as supplied is correct for the voltage setting.
Safety of Mains Operated Equipment
This equipment has been designed to meet the safety regulations currently advised
in the country of purchase and it conforms to the safety regulations specified by
use of the CE Mark.
This equipment will operate in a horizontal position.
WARNING: The power must be switched off at the supply or the power lead must be
disconnected before attempting to remove the panels or cover. Removal of the panels
and cover can expose dangerous voltages. The cover is connected to the chassis ground
of the equipment by means of fixing screws. It is essential to maintain this earth-ground
connection to maintain a safe operating environment.
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The power cable supplied carries an EARTH conductor, which is connected internally to the
equipment chassis ground. This connection through a properly wired power Connector
is essential for safe operation. Disconnection of this earth connection may render the
Equipment unsafe, with a consequential possible electrical shock hazard from exposed
metallic parts.
In addition, to provide an Electromagnetic Shield, contact between the cover and the
chassis must be maintained when in use.
The power supply is switchable between 230V & 115V.
Warning: There are no user serviceably parts inside the machine. If you should ever
need to look inside the unit, always disconnect the mains supply before removing the
equipment covers.
The rear panel of the equipment carries the Serial Number of the machine. The operating
voltage of the S2 power supply is selectable at the fuse carrier on the power inlet port of
the S2-PSU unit. Ensure that the machine operating voltage is correct for your mains power
supply.
The safety specification of your S2 power supply complies with local requirements and must
be earthed through the mains connector.
The IEC power connector or power lead provided must be connected as follows.
The Mains lead wires supplied with the equipment are coloured in accordance with the
following code: -
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Wire Colour
Green, or green and yellow
Blue, or Black
Brown, or Red
Connection
Earth (E)
Neutral (N)
Live (L)
Ordering the Correct Mains Lead
POWE R S U PPLY
When ordering an S2 from Sonifex, it is helpful if you can specify your required operating
voltage and mains lead. After the product code add:
UK, for 230V, UK 3 pin to IEC lead
EC, for 230V, European Schuko 2 pin to IEC lead
US, for 115V, 3 pin to IEC lead
AU for 230V, Australasian 3 pin to IEC lead
Power Cable and Connection
An IEC power connector is supplied with the S2, which has a moulded plug, attached – this
is a legal requirement. If no moulded plug has been supplied with your S2, please contact
your supplier, because an IEC connector is always supplied from the Sonifex factory.
If for any reason, you need to use the S2 with a different power cable, you should use the
following wiring guidelines.
NOTE: The colours of the wires in the mains lead may not correspond with the coloured
markings identifying the terminals of your plug.
Wire Colour
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Connection
Green and Yellow wire:
must be connected to the terminal marked with
E the colour green or green – yellow.
Blue wire:
must be connected to the terminal marked N or
coloured black.
Brown wire:
must be connected to the terminal marked L or
coloured red.
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Fuse Rating
The S2 is supplied with a single fuse in the live conducting path of the power infeed at the
power supply. For reasons of safety it is important that the correct rating and type of fuse
is used. Incorrectly rated fuses could present a possible fire hazard, under equipment fault
conditions.
Voltage Setting
Fuse Rating
115V
1.6A (Anti-surge – 20 x 5mm)
230V
3.15A (Anti-surge – 20 x 5mm)
Pin A1: +16V.
Pin A2: -16V.
Pin A3: 0V.
Pin A4: +VD.
Pin 1: +16V Sense.
Pin 2: -16V Sense.
Pin 3: 0V Sense.
Pin 4: +VD Sense.
Pin 5: +48V.
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Power Connector
This 9 pin D type plug (see Fig 2-9) is used to supply power to the Mixer, and has the
following connections;
+VD: Digital power rail.
V Sense: Voltage level sensing signals.
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S2-PSUS Dual Power Supply Switcher
POWE R S U PPLY
The S2-PSUS is a passive power switcher which takes the power feeds from 2 x S2-PSU units
and switches between them in the event of failure. Two trailing leads 0.5m in length connect
to 2 x S2-PSU units. With LED failure indicators and GPI alarms, the S2-PSUS is the perfect
dual redundant power supply module.
Fig 3-3 : S2-PSUS Front Panel.
Front Panel
As an intelligent unit, the PSUS detects changes in the DC levels supplied to the S2. A
failure in any one of the power rails, defined by calibrated limits, results in switching to the
secondary power unit.
Two indicator LEDs on the front of the unit are used to display which power supply is current
supplying the mixer. There are also eight LEDs that display the status for each of the rails.
The LED will stay illuminated when the rail is stable. If the LED flashes quickly, then the level
is too high on that rail or if the LED flashes slowly, then the level is too low on that
particular rail.
Fig 3-4 : S2-PSUS Rear Panel.
Rear Panel
There are alarm outputs on the rear of the unit, created using opto-isolator switches.
These alarm outputs mimic those on the front panel and there is also an alarm relay which
operates as a warning for total unit failure. This will come on if the both power supplies
have failed.
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Power Input Connectors
Two trailing leads 0.5m in length are used to connect 2 x S2-PSU units to the power switcher.
Power Output Connector
This 9 pin D type connector (see Fig 2-9) is used to route power to the Mixer from either the
master or slave power supply. It has the same connections as the output from the PSU (see
above).
Alarm & Status Connector
This 25 pin D type socket provides alarm and status output for the power switcher and has
the following connections;
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Pin 1: 0V.
Pin 2: Opto isolated +VE master alarm NPN collector.
Pin 3: Opto isolated +VE master alarm NPN emitter.
Pin 4: Opto isolated +VE slave alarm NPN collector.
Pin 5: Opto isolated +VE slave alarm NPN emitter.
Pin 6: Opto isolated -VE master alarm NPN collector.
Pin 7: Opto isolated -VE master alarm NPN emitter.
Pin 8: Opto isolated -VE slave alarm NPN collector.
Pin 9: Opto isolated -VE slave alarm NPN emitter.
Pin 10: Opto isolated +VD master alarm NPN collector.
Pin 11: Opto isolated +VD master alarm NPN emitter.
Pin 12: Opto isolated +VD slave alarm NPN collector.
Pin 13: Opto isolated +VD slave alarm NPN emitter.
Pin 14: Opto isolated +48 master alarm NPN collector.
Pin 15: Opto isolated +48 master alarm NPN emitter.
Pin 16: Opto isolated +48 slave alarm NPN collector.
Pin 17: Opto isolated +48 slave alarm NPN emitter.
Pin 18: Opto isolated master active NPN collector.
Pin 19: Opto isolated master active NPN emitter.
Pin 20: Opto isolated slave active NPN collector.
Pin 21: Opto isolated slave active NPN emitter.
Pin 22: Master alarm relay contact 1 (makes to pin 23).
Pin 23: Master alarm relay contact 2 (makes to pin 22).
Pin 24: 0V.
Pin 25: 0V.
Note: S2-PSU units manufactured before June 2006 will need to be modified for use with
the S2-PSUS. Contact Sonifex with the serial number of your unit if you wish to add-on
the S2-PSUS power supply switcher.
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INPUT CHANNELS
4 Input Channels
There are eleven different input channels available for installation in the mixer as well as a
blank channel and script space.
The channels are each covered in the following chapters, but a summary follows:
INPUT CHAN N E LS
S2-CML Mic/Line Input Channel
The Mic/Line Input channel is a mono input with a button switch to select either Mic or
Mono Line. If the Mic input is used for the presenter’s mic it can also become the talkback
mic. The talkback function will be retained when the channel input is switched to Line.
Equalisation is fitted as standard on this channel and is enabled by the EQ button, providing
7dB cut and boost at HF (6.5kHz) and LF (100Hz). The Mic input has a jumper selectable high
pass filter to remove low frequency intrusions. A Pan control is available to facilitate stereo
imaging. A balanced line level insert send and return is available for the Mic input but is
disabled in Line mode.
Channel coarse gain is set by internal presets for mic and line – fine gain is trimmed by the
front panel Trim control providing ± 12dB of gain. The channel has a Pre Fade Listen (CUE/
PFL) facility that can be automatically disabled when the fader is opened. There are logic
remote input controls for Mic Cough muting and Reverse Talkback, and output controls for
Mic cue lights and Line remote start/stop by fader or ON button. The remote outputs on
the 9 way D type plug are fed from NPN opto-isolators. The Mic input provides a jumper
selectable output to facilitate either Control Room or Studio Muting and Timer functions. In
addition the Line input can be configured with all the features of the Mic input when used
as a Mic input with an external mic amp.
S2-CMM Mic/Mic Input Channel
The Mic/Mic Input channel has all the features of the Mic/Line Input channel except that the
Line input is replaced by a second Mic input.
S2-CS Dual Stereo Line Input Channel
The Dual Stereo Input channel has two balanced stereo inputs with a button switch to select
between them. Each input is on XLR connectors with internal coarse gain adjustment. Fine
gain is trimmed by the front panel Trim control providing ± 12dB of gain. A Balance control
is available for small adjustments of the stereo image. The channel has a Pre Fade Listen
(CUE/PFL) facility that can be automatically disabled when the fader is opened.
There are logic remote output controls for each of the two inputs providing start/stop
functions by fader or ON button. The start function can be configured to be either
momentary (500mS) or latched for each input. The remote outputs on the 9 way D type plug
are fed from NPN opto-isolators.
S2-CSE Dual Stereo Line Input with EQ Channel
This channel is the Dual Stereo Input channel as above but fitted with equalisation,
providing 7dB cut and boost at HF (6.5kHz) and LF (100Hz).
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S2-CSG Stereo Line with Gram Input Channel
This channel is the Dual Stereo Input channel fitted with a RIAA input amplifier on the
second input. Input connections for this are unbalanced on phono sockets. This channel is
also available with equalisation, type number S2-CSGE.
S2-CDS Digital Dual Stereo Input Channel
S2-CDSE Digital Dual Stereo Input with EQ Channel
This channel is the Digital Dual Stereo Input channel as above but fitted with equalisation,
providing 7dB cut and boost at HF (6.5kHz) and LF (100Hz).
S2-C6SS 6 Way Stereo Line Source Select Channel
The 6 Way Stereo Line Source Select channel has 6 balanced stereo inputs on a 25 way
D type connector selectable by a 6 way mechanical interlocking switch bank. The switch
bank also controls 6 sets of remote outputs allowing each source to have a set of start/stop
remotes. The channel is fitted with EQ as standard and other functions similar to the dual
stereo input channel.
I NPU T CHANNELS
The Digital Dual Stereo Input channel has two 24-bit 96kHz digital inputs with a button
switch to select between them. Either input can be configured to be balanced AES/EBU on
standard XLR, or S/PDIF on phono sockets, selected by internal jumpers. The digital signals
are converted to analogue and from this point the channel functions are the same as the
Dual Stereo Line Input channel.
S2-CT Telco Input Channel
The Telco Input channel controls the connection to the telephone balance unit (hybrid).
It has only one mono input with EQ fitted as standard. Equalisation is enabled by the EQ
button, providing 7dB cut and boost at HF (6.5kHz) and LF (100Hz). A Pan control is available
to facilitate stereo imaging. A balanced line level output is provided for the cleanfeed back
to the hybrid.
Channel coarse gain is set by an internal preset and fine gain is trimmed by the front panel
Trim control providing ± 12dB of gain. The channel has a Pre Fade Listen (CUE/PFL) facility
that automatically routes talkback to the caller when selected. PFL can be automatically
disabled when the fader is opened. There is a logic remote output to place the hybrid “on
hold” by using the LINE HOLD button. The remote output on the 9 way D type plug is fed
from an NPN opto-isolator.
The bus system allows for two true cleanfeed systems when routed to the PGM outputs. Off
line phone conversations can be recorded via the AUD bus where a cleanfeed is generated
by the mix-minus method.
S2-CSMM Stereo Mix-Minus Channel
The Stereo Mix-Minus channel has one balanced stereo input and a balanced stereo mixminus output, on XLR connectors. The channel is intended for use where a remote stereo
source, such as another studio connected via ISDN, requires a stereo cleanfeed return. The
cleanfeed is generated by the mix-minus method from either the PGM or AUD outputs,
depending on the routing selection.
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The outputs on this channel can also be configured by jumpers as a mono sum of mix-minus
on the left channel and continuous talkback on the right channel (for use with some ISDN
codec applications and telephone balance units).
INPUT CHAN N E LS
Equalisation is fitted as standard on this channel and is enabled by the EQ button, providing
7dB cut and boost at HF (6.5kHz) and LF (100Hz). Coarse input gain is adjusted internally.
Fine gain is trimmed by the front panel Trim control providing ± 12dB of gain. A Balance
control is available for small adjustments of the stereo image. The channel has a Pre Fade
Listen (CUE/PFL) facility that can be automatically disabled when the fader is opened.
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There is a logic remote output function controlled by fader or ON button. The remote
function can be configured to be either momentary (500mS) or latched. The remote outputs
on the 9 way D type plug are fed from NPN opto-isolators.
S2-PG S2 Penny & Giles Conductive
Plastic Fader
The input and output channels of an S2
mixer can optionally be fitted with high
quality Penny & Giles faders.
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Panel Controls
PGM and AUD Selection
Selecting the PGM, AUD buttons routes the channel audio output to the PGM
and/or AUD mix busses. The buttons are illuminated in green to indicate the
routing status. Changing the status of the PGM button is inhibited when the
channel is “live”.
Equalisation Controls
The HF and LF controls are used to adjust the equalisation of the signal. The
HF control boosts and cuts the signal by ±7dB at 6.5kHz. The LF control boosts
and cuts the signal by ±7dB at 100Hz. The EQ button places the equalisation
in and out of the signal path. The button is illuminated in yellow when the EQ
is active.
TRIM Control
The Trim control provides an additional ±12dB of gain to fine tune the input
signal level.
BAL/PAN Control
The Bal control is used to pan the mono input signal in the stereo image.
Full anti-clockwise pans the signal to the left and increases the signal by 3dB
(right channel reduces by 70dB); full clockwise pans the signal to the right
and increases the signal by 3dB (left channel reduces by 70dB).
CUE/PFL Selection
Selecting the CUE/PFL button routes the pre-fader input signal to the
monitoring system where the signal can be heard via headphones and/or
loudspeakers. The level may be checked on meters and adjusted via the TRIM
control and panned via the BAL/PAN control. The button is illuminated in
green when CUE/PFL is active. There is a jumper option to cancel the CUE/PFL
selection when the fader is raised. This button works with both a momentary
and latched operation. If held down,
the selection is cancelled when released, otherwise the button is
alternate action.
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MIC/LINE Selection
Selecting the MIC/LINE button changes the channel input connection
between Mic and Line. The button is illuminated in red to indicate when Line
is selected. The operation of the button is inhibited when the channel is “live”.
Fader
The 100mm VCA fader provides unity gain when fully open. The channel input
signal is routed to the outputs whenever the fader is open, the ON button is
selected and either or both of the routing buttons are selected.
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ON Selection
The ON button works in conjunction with the fader and is used to control channel remotes,
routing, timers, etc. The button shows various states. When unlit the channel is off. Flashing
red indicates that the channel has been selected to ON but remains unrouted i.e. neither
PGM or AUD is selected. Steady red indicates that the channel is ON and “armed”, ready
for the fader to be raised. Raising the fader changes the illumination to green indicating
that the channel is live. Alternatively, with the button unlit the fader may be raised and
the channel can be operated simply by selecting ON. The illumination in this case toggles
between unlit, channel OFF and green, channel ON. Remotes, etc, are triggered when the
fader is up and the channel ON button shows green.
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Scribble Pad
A scribble pad is provided at the bottom for user labelling of the channel function
e.g. “Pres. Mic”
Rear Panel
Mic Input Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for the microphone input and has the
following connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Line Input Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for the electronically balanced line input
and has the following connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Remotes Connector
This 9 pin D type plug provides inputs and outputs for the following
channel functions;
•
Mic cue light
•
Line remote start
•
Line remote stop
•
Cough/reverse talkback switch
•
Talkback mic enable
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The connector pin-out is as follows;
Insert Send Connector
This XLR 3 pin plug is a balanced line level pre-EQ output intended to be fed to an effects
processor for the microphone input, and has the following connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Insert Return Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is intended for the input signal from the equipment fed by the Insert
Send. The connections are the same as the Insert Send connector. The Insert function is
disabled in Line mode except when the “Mic on Input 2” jumper is set. See Channel Options.
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
The Mic/Line channel with EQ can be configured in a number of different ways depending
on the jumper options set on the board. The on-board processor’s software is configured by
jumpers J1 to J5 and channel identifying links. The Mic/Line channel is identified by having
links LK14 and LK15 fitted. Other, customer specific, options can be programmed into the
software by special order. Special logic options will be identified by having links LK23 and
LK24 fitted.
The standard options available are;
•
Using a phantom powered microphone.
•
Enable full LF response on microphone input.
•
Enable the Insert Point.
•
Select momentary or latched start.
•
Select monitor mute for studio or control room.
•
Select timer option.
•
Enable or disable Cue/PFL cancel from fader.
•
Enable continuous momentary start from ON button.
•
Enable mic on Input 2.
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Pin 1: Opto isolated mic cue light NPN collector.
Pin 2: Common NPN emitter for above.
Pin 3: No connection.
Pin 4: Opto isolated Line start NPN collector.
Pin 5: Common NPN emitter for Line start and stop.
Pin 6: Opto isolated Line stop NPN collector.
Pin 7: 0V logic.
Pin 8: Cough/reverse talkback switch (make to 0V to activate).
Pin 9: Talkback mic enable (make to 0V to enable the mic input as the T/B mic).
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Summary of Jumper Settings for the Mic/Line Channel With EQ
Jumper
Set over Pins
J1
Latching contact for Mic cue light.
Momentary contact for Mic cue light.
J2
1&2
None
Latching contact for Line remote start.
Momentary contact for Line remote start.
1&2
None
Continuous momentary start from ON button,
see following description.
Normal start function.
J4
1&2
None
Fader up signal cancels previously selected Cue/PFL.
Normal Cue/PFL function.
J5
1&2
None
Microphone on Line input.
Normal Line input.
J6
1&2
2&3
Phantom power to Microphone.
Normal operation.
J7
1&2
None
Full LF response on Microphone input.
LF roll off.
J8
Not Fitted
J9
Not Fitted
J10
1&2
None
J11
Not Fitted
J12
Not Fitted
J3
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1&2
None
J13
J14
J15
1&2
2&3
None
1&2
2&3
None
1&2
2&3
None
Insert point enabled (Insert in).
Insert out only.
Control room monitor mute from Microphone input.
Studio monitor mute from Microphone input.
No mute function.
Auto start Timer 1.
Auto start Timer 2.
No timer function.
Control room monitor mute from Line input.
Studio monitor mute from Line input.
No mute function.
Note: Options in bold are set as default when shipped.
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P1
Mic 1 Trim
J7
J6
J10
LF
Phantom
Jumper On
Response
Power
For Mic Insert
P3
Line Input Trim
Left Sym.
P5
P6
Jumper Options Right Sym.
J1 = Latch Start I/P 1
J2 = Latch Start I/P 2
J3 = Cont. Mom. Start from On
J4 = Fader Cancel Cue/PFL
J5 = Mic In I/P 2
J13 = Mic Input Speaker Muting
J15 = Line Input Speaker Muting
JMute 1
J14 J13 J15
1
ST
2
CR
Timer Mute 2
5
P9
Set VCA 0dB
Special
LK24
LK23
J1
J2
J5
J4
J3
Mic/Line
LK15
LK14
Remote for Mic Cue Light
The remote output for the Microphone input (Input 1) can be used to operate a Mic Cue
light when the channel is ON and the fader is up. This should not be confused with a Mic
Live light. The Mic Cue light is used for indicating to presenter or guest that they should
talk into the microphone. Jumper J1 is placed over pins 1 & 2. This is the default setting and
produces a latched remote output.
Remote for Line
The remote output for the Line input (Input 2) can be used for starting a machine such as
a CD or MD player. The default setting produces a momentary remote output. If a latched
output is required then a jumper should be placed over pins 1 & 2 of J2. The remote stop
output for the Line input is always momentary.
Continuous Momentary Start
The continuous momentary start function is rarely used on the Mic/Line channel and
therefore J3 should be left in the default setting.
CUE/PFL Cancel
The CUE/PFL function is normally an alternate action. Press the button to select and press
again to de-select. However it may be desirable to have the fader up signal cancel a Cue/PFL
selection. Placing a jumper over J4 pins 1 & 2 will enable a previously selected Cue/PFL
function to be cancelled when the fader is up and the channel is ON. The default setting is
none (not fitted).
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Fig 5-1 : S2 Mic/Line Input Board Layout.
Mic on Line Input
In certain circumstances the microphone signal may be at line level, for instance, when used
with an external pre-amp or effects unit. The microphone can therefore be placed on the
line input but will require the control room or studio muting function to be enabled. Placing
jumper J5 over pins 1 & 2 will enable the muting functions on the line input. The default
setting is none (not fitted).
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Phantom Power
If you will be using a phantom powered microphone, jumper J6 must be placed over pins 1
& 2. If a normal microphone is used the jumper should be left over pins 2 & 3. With phantom
power selected a voltage of +48V is applied to pins 2 & 3 of the XLR connector. The voltage
is applied through 6k8 resistors limiting the current to 14mA. The default setting is with the
jumper over pins 2 & 3.
Microphone LF Response
The default setting of J7 is with the jumper over pins 1 & 2 which gives a full LF response to
the microphone. However, if your studio is acoustically poor and suffers from a lot of low
frequency rumbles the LF response of the microphone can be rolled off at 125kHz, 6dB
per octave, to reduce these acoustic problems. This is achieved by removing jumper J7.
Jumpers J8 and J9 are not fitted to the Mic/Line channel.
Enabling the Insert Point
The Insert point is useful for hooking up an outboard effects unit to be used with the
microphone, for example, a voice processor. The insert send signal is always available as a
line level balanced output. The insert return signal is enabled by placing jumper J10 over
pins 1 & 2. The insert return function is disabled in Line mode except when jumper J5, Mic
on Line Input, is set. The default setting of J10 is none (not fitted).
Jumpers J11 and J12 are not fitted to the Mic/line channel.
Mic Live Muting
The microphone input can be set to mute the control room or studio monitors. The default
setting of J13 over pins 1 & 2 will enable a live microphone to mute the control room
monitors. If it is required to mute the studio monitors the jumper should be shifted to pins
2 & 3. If no muting is required, the jumper should be removed. When a line level mic is used
on input 2, J15 sets the muting function. A jumper over pins 1 & 2 will mute the control
room monitors and over pins 2 & 3 will mute the studio monitors. Line input (input 2)
muting is only enabled when jumper J5, Mic on Line Input, is set. The default setting of J15
is none (not fitted).
Timer Auto Start
The dual timer in the meterbridge can be set to start automatically from a fader open/
channel On signal. Jumper J14 determines which timer is set to auto-start. A jumper over
pins 1 & 2 will start Timer 1, shifting the jumper to pins 2 & 3 will start Timer 2. The default
setting of J14 is none (not fitted).
Presets
Two presets are available for adjustment of the input gain for the mic and line levels. The
mic preset, P1, provides 59dB of gain adjustment, allowing an input range of –7dB to –66dB.
The preset should be adjusted to give 0dB output for the chosen microphone in use. The
level is preset for –50dB input when shipped.
The line preset, P3, provides 16dB of gain adjustment, allowing an input range of +6dB to
–10dB referenced to 0dB output. The preset should be adjusted to give 0dB output for the
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chosen source, and will cater for professional equipment with nominal output levels up to
+4dB and non-professional equipment with nominal output levels down to –10dBV. The
level is preset for 0dB input when shipped.
Presets P5 & P6 are for altering the audio waveform symmetry (i.e. distortion). They are
factory set on final test and should not be adjusted further.
A third preset, P9, sets the VCA fader gain to 0dB when the fader is fully open. This is preset
on final test and should not require further adjustment, unless it has been found necessary
to replace the fader or other VCA components.
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Panel Controls
PGM and AUD Selection
Selecting the PGM, AUD buttons routes the channel audio output to
the PGM and/or AUD mix busses. The buttons are illuminated in green
to indicate the routing status. Changing the status of the PGM button is
inhibited when the channel is “live”.
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MIC 1/MIC 2 Selection
Selecting the MIC 1/MIC 2 button changes the channel input connection
between MIC 1 and MIC 2. The button is illuminated in red to indicate when
MIC 2 is selected. The operation of the button is inhibited when the channel
is “live”.
Equalisation Controls
The HF and LF controls are used to adjust the equalisation of the signal.
The HF control boosts and cuts the signal by ±7dB at 6.5kHz. The LF control
boosts and cuts the signal by ±7dB at 100Hz. The EQ button places the
equalisation in and out of the signal path. The button is illuminated in yellow
when the EQ is active.
TRIM Control
The TRIM control provides an additional ±12dB of gain to fine tune the input
signal level.
BAL/PAN Control
The BAL/PAN control is used to pan the mono input signal in the stereo
image. Full anti-clockwise pans the signal to the left and increases the signal
by 3dB (right channel reduces by 70dB); full clockwise pans the signal to the
right and increases the signal by 3dB (left channel reduces by 70dB).
CUE/PFL Selection
Selecting the CUE/PFL button routes the pre-fader input signal to the
monitoring system where the signal can be heard via headphones and/or
loudspeakers. The level may be checked on meters and adjusted via the Trim
control and panned via the Bal control. The button is illuminated in green
when CUE/PFL is active. There is a jumper option to cancel the CUE/PFL
selection when the fader is raised. This button works with both a momentary
and latched operation. If held down, the selection is cancelled when
released, otherwise the button is alternate action.
Fader
The 100mm VCA fader provides unity gain when fully open. The channel
input signal is routed to the outputs whenever the fader is open, the ON
button is selected and either or both of the routing buttons are selected.
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ON Selection
The ON button works in conjunction with the fader and is used to control channel remotes,
routing, timers, etc. The button shows various states. When unlit the channel is off. Flashing
red indicates that the channel has been selected to ON but remains unrouted i.e. neither
PGM or AUD is selected. Steady red indicates that the channel is ON and “armed”, ready
for the fader to be raised. Raising the fader changes the illumination to green indicating
that the channel is live. Alternatively, with the button unlit the fader may be raised and
the channel can be operated simply by selecting ON. The illumination in this case toggles
between unlit, channel OFF and green, channel ON. Remotes, etc, are triggered when the
fader is up and the channel ON button shows green.
Rear Panel
Mic 1 Input Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for the first microphone input, and has the
following connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Mic 2 Input Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for the second microphone input, and has
the following connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Remotes Connector
This 9 pin D type plug provides inputs and outputs for the following
channel functions;
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Mic 1 cue light
•
Mic 2 cue light
•
Cough/reverse talkback switch
•
Talkback mic enable
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Scribble Pad
A scribble pad is provided at the bottom for user labelling of the channel function
e.g. “Pres. Mic”
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The connector pin-out is as follows;
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Pin 1: Opto isolated mic 1 cue light NPN collector.
Pin 2: Common NPN emitter for above.
Pin 3: No connection.
Pin 4: Opto isolated mic 2 cue light NPN collector.
Pin 5: Common NPN emitter for above.
Pin 6: No connection.
Pin 7: 0V logic.
Pin 8: Cough/reverse talkback switch (make to 0V to activate).
Pin 9: Talkback mic enable (make to 0V to enable the mic input as the T/B mic).
Insert Send Connector
This XLR 3 pin plug is a balanced line level pre-EQ output intended to be fed to an effects
processor for the microphone input, and has the following connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Insert Return Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is intended for the input signal from the equipment fed by the Insert
Send. The connections are the same as the Insert Send connector.
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
The Mic/Mic channel can be configured in a number of different ways depending on the
jumper options set on the board. The on-board processor’s software is configured by
jumpers J1 to J4 and channel identifying links. The Mic/Mic channel is identified by having
links LK16 and LK17 fitted. Other, customer specific, options can be programmed into the
software by special order. Special logic options will be identified by having links LK23 and
LK24 fitted.
The standard options available are;
•
Using a phantom powered microphone.
•
Enable full LF response on microphone inputs.
•
Enable the Insert Point.
•
Select momentary or Cue Light.
•
Select monitor mute for studio or control room.
•
Select timer option.
•
Enable or disable Cue/PFL cancel from fader.
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Summary of Jumper Settings for the Mic/Mic Channel With EQ
Jumper
Set over Pins
Effect
Latching contact for Mic 1 cue light.
Momentary contact for Mic 1 cue light.
J2
1&2
None
Latching contact for Mic 2 cue light.
Momentary contact for Mic 2 cue light.
1&2
None
Continuous momentary start from ON button,
see following description.
Normal start function.
J4
1&2
None
Fader up signal cancels previously selected Cue/PFL.
Normal Cue/PFL function.
J5
Not Fitted
J6
1&2
2&3
Phantom power to Microphone 1.
Normal operation.
J7
1&2
None
Full LF response on Microphone 1 input.
LF roll off.
J8
1&2
2&3
Phantom power to Microphone 2.
Normal operation.
J9
1&2
None
Full LF response on Microphone 2 input.
LF roll off.
J10
1&2
None
Insert point enabled (Insert in).
Insert out only.
J11
Not Fitted
J12
Not Fitted
J13
1&2
2&3
None
J14
Not Fitted
J15
1&2
2&3
None
J3
Control room monitor mute from Microphone 1 input.
Studio monitor mute from Microphone 1 input.
No mute function.
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J1
1&2
None
Control room monitor mute from Microphone 2 input.
Studio monitor mute from Microphone 2 input.
No mute function.
Note: Options in bold are set as default when shipped.
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Mic 1 Trim
P1
J7 LF
Response
J10
Mic 1
Phantom
Jumper
Mic
2
P2
Power
On
For
Trim
Mic 1
Mic Insert
J8
J9
Phantom
LF Response
Power
Mic 1
Mic 2
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J6
Left Sym.
P6
Jumper Options
J1 = Latch Start I/P 1
J2 = Latch Start I/P 2
J3 = Cont. Mom. Start from On
J4 = Fader Cancel Cue/PFL
J13 = Mic Input Speaker Muting
J15 = Line Input Speaker Muting
P5
Right Sym
J13 J15
ST
CR
Mute 1 Mute 2
J1
J2
P9
Set VCA 0dB
Special
LK24
LK23
J4
J3
LK17
LK16
Mic/Mic
Fig 6-1 : S2 Mic/Mic Input Board Layout.
Remote for Mic 1 Cue Light
The remote output for the Microphone 1 input can be used to operate a Mic Cue light when
the channel is ON and the fader is up. This should not be confused with a Mic Live light.
The Mic Cue light is used for indicating to presenter or guest that they should talk into the
microphone. Jumper J1 is placed over pins 1 & 2. This is the default setting and produces a
latched remote output.
Remote for Mic 2 Cue Light
The remote output for the Microphone 2 input can be used to operate a Mic Cue light when
the channel is ON and the fader is up. This should not be confused with a Mic Live light.
The Mic Cue light is used for indicating to presenter or guest that they should talk into the
microphone. Jumper J2 is placed over pins 1 & 2. This is the default setting and produces a
latched remote output.
CUE/PFL Cancel
The CUE/PFL function is normally an alternate action. Press the button to select and press
again to de-select. However it may be desirable to have the fader up signal cancel a CUE/PFL
selection. Placing a jumper over J4 pins 1 & 2 will enable a previously selected CUE/PFL
function to be cancelled when the fader is up and the channel is ON. The default setting is
none (not fitted).
Phantom Power Mic 1
If you will be using a phantom powered microphone, jumper J6 must be placed over pins 1
& 2. If a normal microphone is used the jumper should be left over pins 2 & 3. With phantom
power selected a voltage of +48V is applied to pins 2 & 3 of the XLR connector. The voltage
is applied through 6k8 resistors limiting the current to 14mA. The default setting is with the
jumper over pins 2 & 3.
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Mic 1 LF Response
The default setting of J7 is with the jumper over pins 1 & 2 which gives a full LF response to
the microphone. However, if your studio is acoustically poor and suffers from a lot of low
frequency rumbles the LF response of the microphone can be rolled off, at 125kHz, 6dB per
octave, to reduce these acoustic problems. This is achieved by removing jumper J7.
Mic 2 LF Response
The default setting of J9 is with the jumper over pins 1 & 2 which gives a full LF response to
the microphone. However, if your studio is acoustically poor and suffers from a lot of low
frequency rumbles the LF response of the microphone can be rolled off, at 125kHz, 6dB per
octave, to reduce these acoustic problems. This is achieved by removing jumper J9.
Enabling the Insert Point
The Insert point is useful for hooking up an outboard effects unit to be used with the
microphone. The insert send signal is always available as a line level balanced output. The
insert return signal is enabled by placing jumper J10 over pins 1 & 2. The default setting of
J10 is none (not fitted).
Jumpers J11 and J12 are not fitted to the Mic/Mic channel.
Mic Live Muting
The microphone inputs can be set to mute the control room or studio monitors. The default
setting of J13 over pins 1 & 2 will enable a live microphone on Mic 1 input to mute the
control room monitors. If it is required to mute the studio monitors the jumper should be
shifted to pins 2 & 3. If no muting is required, the jumper should be removed. Similarly, J15
sets the muting function for the microphone on Mic 2 input. A jumper over pins 1 & 2 will
mute the control room monitors and over pins 2 & 3 will mute the studio monitors. The
default setting of J15 is none (not fitted).
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Phantom Power Mic 2
If you will be using a phantom powered microphone, jumper J8 must be placed over pins 1
& 2. If a normal microphone is used the jumper should be left over pins 2 & 3. With phantom
power selected a voltage of +48V is applied to pins 2 & 3 of the XLR connector. The voltage
is applied through 6k8 resistors limiting the current to 14mA. The default setting is with the
jumper over pins 2 & 3.
Presets
Two presets are available for adjustment of the input gain for mic 1 and mic 2 levels. Mic
1 preset, P1, and Mic 2 preset, P2, provide 59dB of gain adjustment, allowing an input
range of –7dB to –66dB. The presets should be adjusted to give 0dB output for the chosen
microphones in use. The level is preset for –50dB input when shipped.
Presets P5 & P6 are for altering the audio waveform symmetry (i.e. distortion). They are factory
set on final test and should not be adjusted further.
A third preset, P9, sets the VCA fader gain to 0dB when the fader is fully open. This is preset
on final test and should not require further adjustment, unless it has been found necessary
to replace the fader or other VCA components.
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PGM and AUD Selection
Selecting the PGM, AUD buttons routes the channel audio
output to the PGM and/or AUD mix busses. The buttons are
illuminated in green to indicate the routing status. Changing
the status of the PGM button is inhibited when the channel
is “live”.
INP 1/INP 2 Selection
Selecting the INP 1/INP 2 button changes the channel input
connection between Input 1 and Input 2. The button is
illuminated in red to indicate when Input 2 is selected.
The operation of the button is inhibited when the channel
is “live”.
Equalisation Controls (S2-CSE only)
The HF and LF controls are used to adjust the equalisation of
the signal. The HF control boosts and cuts the signal by ±7dB
at 6.5kHz. The LF control boosts and cuts the signal by ±7dB
at 100Hz. The EQ button places the equalisation in and out
of the signal path. The button is illuminated in yellow when
the EQ is active.
TRIM control
The TRIM control provides an additional ±12dB of gain to
fine tune the input signal level.
BAL/PAN Control
The BAL/PAN control is used to balance the stereo image.
Full anti-clockwise shifts the signal to the left and increases
the signal by 6dB (right channel reduces by 6dB); full
clockwise shifts the signal to the right and increases the
signal by 6dB (left channel reduces by 6dB).
CUE/PFL Selection
Selecting the CUE/PFL button routes the pre-fader input
signal to the monitoring system where the signal can be
heard via headphones and/or loudspeakers. The level may
be checked on meters and adjusted via the Trim control
and balanced via the Bal control. The button is illuminated
in green when CUE/PFL is active. There is a jumper option
to cancel the CUE/PFL selection when the fader is raised.
This button works with both a momentary and latched
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operation. If held down, the selection is cancelled when released, otherwise the button is
alternate action.
Fader
The 100mm VCA fader provides unity gain when fully open. The channel input signal is
routed to the outputs whenever the fader is open, the ON button is selected and either or
both of the routing buttons are selected.
Scribble Pad
A scribble pad is provided at the bottom for user labelling of the channel function
e.g. “MD 1”
Rear Panel
Line 2 Left Input Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for the left analogue channel of input 2,
and has the following connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
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ON Selection
The ON button works in conjunction with the fader and is used to control channel remotes,
routing, timers, etc. The button shows various states. When unlit the channel is off. Flashing
red indicates that the channel has been selected to ON but remains unrouted i.e. neither
PGM or AUD is selected. Steady red indicates that the channel is ON and “armed”, ready
for the fader to be raised. Raising the fader changes the illumination to green indicating
that the channel is live. Alternatively, with the button unlit the fader may be raised and
the channel can be operated simply by selecting ON. The illumination in this case toggles
between unlit, channel OFF and green, channel ON. Remotes, etc, are triggered when the
fader is up and the channel ON button shows green.
Line 2 Right Input Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for the right analogue channel of input 2,
and has the following connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Remotes Connector
This 9 pin D type plug provides inputs and outputs for the following
channel functions;
•
•
•
•
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Line 1 remote stop
Line 2 remote start
Line 2 remote stop
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The connector pin-out is as follows;
Pin 1: Opto isolated Line 1 start NPN collector.
Pin 2: Common NPN emitter for Line 1 start and stop.
Pin 3: Opto isolated Line 1 stop NPN collector.
Pin 4: Opto isolated Line 2 start NPN collector.
Pin 5: Common NPN emitter for Line 2 start and stop.
Pin 6: Opto isolated Line 2 stop NPN collector.
Pin 7: 0V logic.
Pin 8: General purpose I/O 1.
Pin 9: General purpose I/O 2.
Line 1 Left Input Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for the left analogue channel of input 1, and has the following
connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Line 1 Right Input Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for the right analogue channel of input 1, and has the following
connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
The dual stereo channel with and without EQ can be configured in a number of different
ways depending on the jumper options set on the board. The on board processors software
is configured by jumpers J1 to J5 and channel identifying links. The dual stereo channel
without EQ is identified by having links LK4 and LK11 fitted. The dual stereo channel with
EQ is identified by having links LK5 and LK11 fitted. Other, customer specific, options can be
programmed into the software by special order. Special logic options will be identified by
having links LK9 and LK10 fitted.
The standard options available are;
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Select momentary or latched start for Input 1.
•
Select momentary or latched start for Input 2.
•
Enable continuous momentary start from ON button.
•
Enable or disable Cue/PFL cancel from fader.
•
Select timer option.
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Summary of Jumper Settings for the Dual Stereo Channel With & Without EQ
Jumper
Set over Pins
Effect
Latching contact for Line 1 remote start.
Momentary contact for Line 1 remote start.
J2
1&2
None
Latching contact for Line 2 remote start.
Momentary contact for Line 2 remote start.
J3
1&2
None
Continuous momentary start from ON button, see
following description.
Normal start function.
J4
1&2
None
Fader up signal cancels previously selected CUE/PFL.
Normal CUE/PFL function.
J5
Not Fitted
J6
1&2
2&3
None
J7
Not Fitted
J8
Not Fitted
J9
Not Fitted
J10
Not Fitted
J11
Not Fitted
Auto start Timer 1.
Auto start Timer 2.
No timer function.
Note: Options in bold are set as default when shipped.
Trim L
P3
Trim R
P4
I/P 1 Trim L I/P 1 Trim R
P1
P2
P15
Jumper Options
P16
J1 = Latch Start I/P 1
J2 = Latch Start I/P 2
J3 = Cont. Mom. Start from On Button
J4 = Fader Cancel Cue/PFL
J5 = Unused
J6A = Timer 1 B = Timer 2
J6
A
B
P15 =
Left Sym.
Set VCA 0dB
Dual Stereo
P16 =
Right Sym. Dual Stereo
with EQ
Analogue
Jumper J1-J5
Options
P17
LK4
LK5
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J1
1&2
None
LK9
LK10
LK11
Fig 7-1 : S2 Dual Stereo Input With & Without EQ Board Layout.
Remote for Line 1 Input
The remote output for the Line 1 input can be used for a start and stop function wired to
other studio equipment such as CD or MD players. The default setting for J1 is none (not
fitted), which produces a momentary remote contact. If your equipment requires a latching
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contact for remote start then a jumper should be placed over pins 1 & 2 of J1. The remote
stop for Input 1 is always momentary.
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Remote for Line 2 Input
The remote output for the Line 2 input can be used for a start and stop function wired to
other studio equipment such as CD or MD players. The default setting for J2 is none (not
fitted), which produces a momentary remote contact. If your equipment requires a latching
contact for remote start then a jumper should be placed over pins 1 & 2 of J2. The remote
stop for Input 2 is always momentary.
Continuous Momentary Start
The continuous momentary start function can be used for equipment that only ever
requires a remote start but not a stop. Placing a jumper over J3 pins 1 & 2 enables the
function. When enabled the operation of the ON button is changed to a continuous start
button. With the fader down, the button shows red. With the fader up, the button shows
green and each press of the ON button will trigger a momentary start from the remote
contacts. The default setting for J3 is none (not fitted). It is not possible to configure a
latching remote start output when the continuous momentary start option has been
selected.
CUE/PFL Cancel
The CUE/PFL function is normally an alternate action. Press the button to select and press
again to de-select. However it may be desirable to have the fader up signal cancel a CUE/PFL
selection. Placing a jumper over J4 pins 1 & 2 will enable a previously selected CUE/PFL
function to be cancelled when the fader is up and the channel is ON. The default setting is
none (not fitted).
Jumper J5 is not fitted to this channel.
Timer Auto Start
The dual timer in the meterbridge can be set to start automatically from a fader open/
channel On signal. Jumper J6 determines which timer is set to auto-start. A jumper over pins
1 & 2 will start Timer 1, shifting the jumper to pins 2 & 3 will start Timer 2. The default setting
of J6 is none (not fitted).
Jumpers J7 to J10 are not fitted to this channel.
Presets
Four presets are available for adjustment of the input gain, left and right, for the two line
inputs. Presets, P1 (left), P2 (right) adjust the levels for Line input 1 and P3 (left), P4 (right)
for Line input 2. They provide 16dB of gain adjustment, allowing an input range of +6dB to
–10dB referenced to 0dB output. The presets should be adjusted to give 0dB output for the
chosen source, and will cater for professional equipment with nominal output levels up to
+4dB and non-professional equipment with nominal output levels down to –10dBV. The
levels are preset for 0dB input when shipped.
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Presets P15 & P16 are for altering the audio waveform symmetry (i.e. distortion). They are
factory set on final test and should not be adjusted further.
A seventh preset, P17, sets the VCA fader gain to 0dB when the fader is fully open. This is
preset on final test and should not require further adjustment, unless it has been found
necessary to replace the fader or other VCA components.
The setup procedure for configuring the pins is described in the following steps. Since the
settings are stored in non-volatile RAM, this only needs to be done once.
•
To initiate setup, press and hold down the PGM button while pressing the AUD button
five times. Once completed, all the buttons will turn off and after a short while will
display the current setting for GPIO 1’s function (pin 8 on the remote connector).
•
Using the PGM button, cycle through the following options (shown in the table
below) until the desired setting is selected. For example to set GPIO 1 to a latching,
active high input, press the PGM button until only the CUE/PFL button is illuminated
ON. This setting is then applied by pressing the ON button. The PGM button will flash
quickly for about a second to indicate that the setting is stored.
General Purpose I/O Function Options
GPIO Function
Latching /
Momentary
Active Low /
Active High
ON Button
CUE/PFL
Button
AUD
Button
I
L
AL
OFF
OFF
OFF
I
M
AL
ON
OFF
OFF
I
L
AH
OFF
ON
OFF
Input /
Output
I
M
AH
ON
ON
OFF
O
L
AL
OFF
OFF
ON
O
M
AL
ON
OFF
ON
O
L
AH
OFF
ON
ON
O
M
AH
ON
ON
ON
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General Purpose I/O
Two I/O pins are available on the remotes connector that can be configured for general
purpose use. Currently they can be used to either turn the channel on and off remotely or
used as an indication for when the channel is live. They are completely configurable and
can be set as inputs or outputs, latching or momentary and active high or active low.
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Now select GPIO 1’s action using the PGM button as before. Currently this can only be
set to the module ON action or none (as shown in the table below), by illumination of
the ON button.
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GPIO Action
Description
None
When set as an input the remote pin replicates the ON
button on the module.
When set as an output the remote pin goes active when
the module is live
Channel ON
ON Button
OFF
ON
•
As before, press the ON button to apply the setting, noticing that the
PGM button flashes.
•
The module will now display the current setting of GPIO 2’s function. This is changed
in exactly the same way as GPIO 1, selecting from the options in the above table.
•
Once the ON button is pressed, this setting is stored and the action can be selected.
•
After the next ON button press, the module will exit the setup procedure and the
module can now be used as normal.
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Panel Controls
PGM and AUD Selection
Selecting the PGM, AUD buttons routes the channel audio
output to the PGM and/or AUD mix busses. The buttons are
illuminated in green to indicate the routing status. Changing
the status of the PGM button is inhibited when the channel
is “live”.
Equalisation Controls (S2-CSGE only)
The HF and LF controls are used to adjust the equalisation of
the signal. The HF control boosts and cuts the signal by ±7dB
at 6.5kHz. The LF control boosts and cuts the signal by ±7dB
at 100Hz. The EQ button places the equalisation in and out
of the signal path. The button is illuminated in yellow when
the EQ is active.
TRIM Control
The TRIM pot provides an additional ±12dB of gain to fine
tune the input level.
BAL/PAN Control
The BAL/PAN control is used to balance the stereo image.
Full anti-clockwise shifts the signal to the left and increases
the signal by 6dB (right channel reduces by 6dB); full
clockwise shifts the signal to the right and increases the
signal by 6dB (left channel reduces by 6dB).
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LINE/GRAM Selection
Selecting the Line/Gram button changes the channel input
connection between Stereo Line on XLR and RIAA on phono.
The button is illuminated in red to indicate when Gram
(RIAA) is selected. The operation of the button is inhibited
when the channel is “live”.
CUE/PFL Selection
Selecting the CUE/PFL button routes the pre-fader input
signal to the monitoring system where the signal can be
heard via headphones and/or loudspeakers. The level may
be checked on meters and adjusted via the Trim control
and balanced via the Bal control. The button is illuminated
in green when CUE/PFL is active. There is a jumper option
to cancel the CUE/PFL selection when the fader is raised.
This button works with both a momentary and latched
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operation. If held down, the selection is cancelled when released, otherwise the button is
alternate action.
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Fader
The 100mm VCA fader provides unity gain when fully open. The channel input signal is
routed to the outputs whenever the fader is open, the ON button is selected and either or
both of the routing buttons are selected.
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ON Selection
The ON button works in conjunction with the fader and is used to control channel remotes,
routing, timers, etc. The button shows various states. When unlit the channel is off. Flashing
red indicates that the channel has been selected to ON but remains unrouted i.e. neither
PGM or AUD is selected. Steady red indicates that the channel is ON and “armed”, ready
for the fader to be raised. Raising the fader changes the illumination to green indicating
that the channel is live. Alternatively, with the button unlit the fader may be raised and
the channel can be operated simply by selecting ON. The illumination in this case toggles
between unlit, channel OFF and green, channel ON. Remotes, etc, are triggered when the
fader is up and the channel ON button shows green.
Scribble Pad
A scribble pad is provided at the bottom for user labelling of the channel function
e.g. “Gram 1”
Rear Panel
GRAM Input (RIAA) Left and Right Connector
These phono connectors are used for the gram RIAA (turntable) left and
right inputs. These inputs have on-board RIAA equalisation suitable for
magnetic pick up cartridges.
Inner: Phase.
Outer: Screen.
Remotes Connector
This 9 pin D type plug provides inputs and outputs for the following
channel functions;
•
Line 1 remote start
•
Line 1 remote stop
•
Line 2 remote start
•
Line 2 remote stop
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The connector pin-out is as follows;
Line 1 Left Input Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for the left channel of input 1, and has the following
connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Line 1 Right Input Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for the right channel of input 1, and has the following
connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
The Stereo Line and Gram channel with and without EQ can be configured in a number of
different ways depending on the jumper options set on the board. The on-board processor’s
software is configured by jumpers J1 to J5 and channel identifying links. The Stereo Line and
Gram channel without EQ is identified by having links LK6 and LK11 fitted. The Stereo Line
and Gram channel with EQ is identified by having links LK7 and LK11 fitted. Other, customer
specific, options can be programmed into the software by special order. Special logic
options will be identified by having links LK9 and LK10 fitted.
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Pin 1: Opto isolated Line 1 start NPN collector.
Pin 2: Common NPN emitter for Line 1 start and stop.
Pin 3: Opto isolated Line 1 stop NPN collector.
Pin 4: Opto isolated Gram input start NPN collector.
Pin 5: Common NPN emitter for Gram input start and stop.
Pin 6: Opto isolated Gram input stop NPN collector.
Pin 7: 0V logic.
Pin 8: General purpose I/O 1.
Pin 9: General purpose I/O 2.
The standard options available are;
•
Select momentary or latched start for Input 1.
•
Select momentary or latched start for Input 2.
•
Enable continuous momentary start from ON button.
•
Enable or disable Cue/PFL cancel from fader.
•
Select timer option.
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Summary of Jumper Settings for the Dual Stereo Gram Channel With & Without EQ
Jumper
Set over Pins
J1
Latching contact for Line 1 remote start.
Momentary contact for Line 1 remote start.
J2
1&2
None
Latching contact for Gram input remote start.
Momentary contact for Gram input remote start.
1&2
None
Continuous momentary start from ON button,
see following description.
Normal start function.
J4
1&2
None
Fader up signal cancels previously selected Cue/PFL.
Normal Cue/PFL function.
J5
Not Fitted
J6
1&2
2&3
None
J7
Not Fitted
J8
Not Fitted
J9
Not Fitted
J10
Not Fitted
J11
Not Fitted
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Effect
1&2
None
Auto start Timer 1.
Auto start Timer 2.
No timer function.
Note: Options in bold are set as default when shipped.
I/P 1
Trim L
P1
I/P 1
Trim R
P2
P15
Jumper Options
J1 = Latch Start I/P 1
P16
J2 = Latch Start I/P 2
J3 = Cont. Mom. Start from On Button
J4 = Fader Cancel Cue/PFL
J5 = Unused
J6A = Timer 1 B = Timer 2
J6
A
B
P15 =
Left Sym.
P17
Set VCA 0dB
P16 =
Right Sym.
LK6
Dual Stereo LK7
Dual Stereo with EQ LK9
Analogue LK10
LK11
Jumper J1-J4
Options
Fig 8-1 : S2 Stereo Line & Gram With & Without EQ Board Layout.
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Remote for Line 1 Input
The remote output for the Line 1 input can be used for a start and stop function wired to
other studio equipment such as CD or MD players. The default setting for J1 is none (not
fitted), which produces a momentary remote contact. If your equipment requires a latching
contact for remote start then a jumper should be placed over pins 1 & 2 of J1. The remote
stop for Input 1 is always momentary.
Continuous Momentary Start
The continuous momentary start function can be used for equipment that only ever
requires a remote start but not a stop. Placing a jumper over J3 pins 1 & 2 enables the
function. When enabled the operation of the ON button is changed to a continuous start
button. With the fader down, the button shows red. With the fader up, the button shows
green and each press of the ON button will trigger a momentary start from the remote
contacts. The default setting for J3 is none (not fitted). It is not possible to configure a
latching remote start output when the continuous momentary start option has been
selected.
CUE/PFL Cancel
The CUE/PFL function is normally an alternate action. Press the button to select and press
again to de-select. However it may be desirable to have the fader up signal cancel a CUE/PFL
selection. Placing a jumper over J4 pins 1 & 2 will enable a previously selected CUE/PFL
function to be cancelled when the fader is up and the channel is ON. The default setting is
none (not fitted).
Jumper J5 is not fitted to this channel.
Timer Auto Start
The dual timer in the meterbridge can be set to start automatically from a fader open/
channel On signal. Jumper J6 determines which timer is set to auto-start. A jumper over pins
1 & 2 will start Timer 1, shifting the jumper to pins 2 & 3 will start Timer 2. The default setting
of J6 is none (not fitted).
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Remote for Gram Input
The remote output for the Gram input can be used for a start and stop function for
turntables. The default setting for J2 is none (not fitted), which produces a momentary
remote contact. If your equipment requires a latching contact for remote start then a
jumper should be placed over pins 1 & 2 of J2. The remote stop for the Gram input is always
momentary.
Jumpers J7 to J10 are not fitted to this channel.
Presets
Two presets are available for adjustment of Line Input 1 gain, left and right. Presets, P1
(left), P2 (right) provide 16dB of gain adjustment, allowing an input range of +6dB to –10dB
referenced to 0dB output. The presets should be adjusted to give 0dB output for the chosen
source, and will cater for professional equipment with nominal output levels up to +4dB
and non-professional equipment with nominal output levels down to –10dBV. The levels are
preset for 0dB input when shipped.
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The RIAA Gram input level (Input 2) is fixed.
Presets P15 & P16 are for altering the audio waveform symmetry (i.e. distortion). They are
factory set on final test and should not be adjusted further.
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A fifth preset, P17, sets the VCA fader gain to 0dB when the fader is fully open. This is preset
on final test and should not require further adjustment, unless it has been found necessary
to replace the fader or other VCA components.
General Purpose I/O
Two I/O pins are available on the remotes connector that can be configured for general
purpose use. Currently they can be used to either turn the channel on and off remotely or
used as an indication for when the channel is live. They are completely configurable and
can be set as inputs or outputs, latching or momentary and active high or active low.
The setup procedure for configuring the pins is described in the following steps. Since the
settings are stored in non-volatile RAM, this only needs to be done once.
•
To initiate setup, press and hold down the PGM button while pressing the AUD button
five times. Once completed, all the buttons will turn off and after a short while will
display the current setting for GPIO 1’s function (pin 8 on the remote connector).
•
Using the PGM button, cycle through the following options (shown in the table
below) until the desired setting is selected. For example to set GPIO 1 to a latching,
active high input, press the PGM button until only the CUE/PFL button is illuminated
ON. This setting is then applied by pressing the ON button. The PGM button will flash
quickly for about a second to indicate that the setting is stored.
General Purpose I/O Function Options
GPIO Function
Input /
Output
•
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ON
Button
CUE/PFL
Button
AUD
Button
AL
OFF
OFF
OFF
AL
ON
OFF
OFF
L
AH
OFF
ON
OFF
Latching /
Momentary
Active Low /
Active High
I
L
I
M
I
I
M
AH
ON
ON
OFF
O
L
AL
OFF
OFF
ON
O
M
AL
ON
OFF
ON
O
L
AH
OFF
ON
ON
O
M
AH
ON
ON
ON
Now select GPIO 1’s action using the PGM button as before. Currently this can only be
set to the module ON action or none (as shown in the table below), by illumination of
the ON button.
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General Purpose I/O Action Options
GPIO Action
Description
None
When set as an input the remote pin replicates the ON
button on the module.
When set as an output the remote pin goes active when
the module is live
Channel ON
ON Button
OFF
ON
As before, press the ON button to apply the setting, noticing that the PGM
button flashes.
•
The module will now display the current setting of GPIO 2’s function. This is changed
in exactly the same way as GPIO 1, selecting from the options in the above table.
•
Once the ON button is pressed, this setting is stored and the action can be selected.
•
After the next ON button press, the module will exit the setup procedure and the
module can now be used as normal.
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PGM and AUD Selection
Selecting the PGM, AUD buttons routes the channel
analogue audio output to the PGM and/or AUD mix busses.
The buttons illuminate green to indicate the routing status.
Changing the status of the PGM button is inhibited for a
“live” channel.
INP 1/INP 2 Selection
Selecting the INP 1/INP 2 button changes the channel input
connection between Input 1 and Input 2. The digital inputs
can be configured by internal jumpers to be either AES/
EBUor S/PDIF. The button is illuminated in red to indicate
when Input 2 is selected. The operation of the button is
inhibited for a “live” channel.
Equalisation Controls (S2-CDSE only)
The HF and LF controls are used to adjust the equalisation of
the signal. The HF control boosts and cuts the signal by
± 7dB at 6.5kHz. The LF control boosts and cuts the signal by
±7dB at 100Hz. The EQ button places the equalisation in and
out of the signal path. The button is illuminated in yellow
when the EQ is active.
TRIM Control
The TRIM pot provides an additional ±12dB of gain to fine
tune the input level.
BAL/PAN Control
The BAL/PAN control is used to balance the stereo image.
Full anti-clockwise shifts the signal to the left and increases
the signal by 6dB (right channel reduces by 6dB); full
clockwise shifts the signal to the right and increases the
signal by 6dB (left channel reduces by 6dB).
CUE/PFL Selection
Selecting the CUE/PFL button routes the pre-fader input
signal to the monitoring system where the signal can be
heard via headphones and/or loudspeakers. The level may
be checked on meters and adjusted via the Trim control and
balanced via the Bal control. The button is illuminated in
green when CUE/PFL is active. There is a jumper option to
cancel the CUE/PFL selection when the fader is raised.
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This button works with both a momentary and latched operation. If held down, the
selection is cancelled when released, otherwise the button is alternate action.
Fader
The 100mm VCA fader provides unity gain when fully open. The channel input signal is
routed to the outputs whenever the fader is open, the ON button is selected and either or
both of the routing buttons are selected.
The illumination in this case toggles between unlit, channel OFF and green, channel ON.
Remotes, etc, are triggered when the fader is up and the channel ON button shows green.
Scribble Pad
A scribble pad is provided at the bottom for user labelling of the channel function e.g. “CD 1”
Rear Panel
S/PDIF Input Connector
Two phono connectors are used for S/PDIF Inputs 1 and 2. There are on
board jumpers to configure this input in place of the AES/EBU inputs .
Inner: Signal.
Outer: Screen.
Remotes Connector
This 9 pin D type plug provides inputs and outputs for the following
channel functions;
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Line 1 remote start
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Line 1 remote stop
•
Line 2 remote start
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ON Selection
The ON button works in conjunction with the fader and is used to control channel remotes,
routing, timers, etc. The button shows various states. When unlit the channel is off. Flashing
green indicates that there is no valid digital input. Flashing red indicates that the channel
has been selected to ON but remains unrouted i.e. neither PGM or AUD is selected. Flashing
red and green indicates that both of the above states are valid. Steady red indicates that the
channel is ON and “armed”, ready for the fader to be raised. Raising the fader changes the
illumination to green indicating that the channel is live. Alternatively, with the button unlit
the fader may be raised and the channel can be operated simply by selecting ON.
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The connector pin-outs are as follows;
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Pin 1: Opto isolated Line 1 start NPN collector.
Pin 2: Common NPN emitter for Line 1 start and stop.
Pin 3: Opto isolated Line 1 stop NPN collector.
Pin 4: Opto isolated Line 2 start NPN collector.
Pin 5: Common NPN emitter for Line 2 start and stop.
Pin 6: Opto isolated Line 2 stop NPN collector.
Pin 7: 0V logic.
Pin 8: General purpose I/O 1.
Pin 9: General purpose I/O 2.
Input 1 AES/EBU Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for AES/EBU Input 1, and has the following connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Input 2 AES/EBU Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for AES/EBU Input 2, and has the following connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
The digital dual stereo channel with and without EQ can be configured in a number of
different ways depending on the jumper options set on the board. The on-board processor’s
software is configured by jumpers J1 to J5 and channel identifying links. The digital dual
stereo channel without EQ is identified by having links LK4 and LK12 fitted. The digital dual
stereo channel with EQ is identified by having links LK5 and LK12 fitted. Other, customer
specific, options can be programmed into the software by special order. Special logic
options will be identified by having links LK9 and LK10 fitted.
The standard options available are;
•
Select momentary or latched start for Input 1 remote output.
•
Select momentary or latched start for Input 2 remote output.
•
Enable continuous momentary start from ON button.
•
Enable or disable Cue/PFL cancel from fader.
•
Select timer option.
•
Select AES/EBU or S/PDIF for Input 1.
•
Select AES/EBU or S/PDIF for Input 2.
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Summary of Jumper Settings for the Digital Dual Stereo Channel With & Without EQ
Set over Pins
J1
1&2
None
Latching contact for Line 1 remote start.
Momentary contact for Line 1 remote start.
J2
1&2
None
Latching contact for Line 2 remote start.
Momentary contact for Line 2 remote start.
1&2
None
Continuous momentary start from ON button,
see following description.
Normal start function.
J4
1&2
None
Fader up signal cancels previously selected CUE/PFL.
Normal CUE/PFL function.
J5
1&2
None
De-emphasis at 50/15µs, enabled.
De-emphasis disabled.
J6
1&2
2&3
None
Auto start Timer 1.
Auto start Timer 2.
No timer function.
J7
1&2
2&3
Input 1 selected from AES/EBU.
Input 1 selected from S/PDIF.
J8
1&2
2&3
Input 2 selected from AES/EBU.
Input 2 selected from S/PDIF.
J9
Not Fitted
J10
Not Fitted
J11
1&2
None
J3
Effect
PFL is disabled when no digital input is detected
Normal PFL function
Note: Options in bold are set as default when shipped.
Jumper Options
P15 =
J1 = Latch Start I/P 1
Left Sym.
J2 = Latch Start I/P 2
I/P 1
P16 =
J3
=
Cont.
Mom.
Start
Trim R
Right Sym.
from On Button
P2
J4 = Fader Cancel Cue/PFL
J5 = De-emphasis
J6A = Timer 1 B = Timer 2
J11 = Unlocked PFL Mute
J6
Jumpers J7 &J8
A
Pos. A = AES
B
Pos. B = SPDIF
I/P 1
Trim L
P1
P15
P16
Set VCA 0dB
Dual Stereo
Dual Stereo with EQ
Digital
Jumper J1-J5
Options J11
P17
LK4
LK5
LK9
LK10
LK12
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Jumper
J7
Input 1
BA
J8
Input 2
BA
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Remote for Digital Input 1
The remote output for Input 1 can be used for a start and stop function wired to other
studio equipment such as CD or MD players. The default setting for J1 is none (not fitted),
which produces a momentary remote contact. If your equipment requires a latching contact
for remote start then a jumper should be placed over pins 1 & 2 of J1. The remote stop for
Input 1 is always momentary.
Remote for Digital Input 2
The remote output for Input 2 can be used for a start and stop function wired to other
studio equipment such as CD or MD players. The default setting for J2 is none (not fitted),
which produces a momentary remote contact. If your equipment requires a latching contact
for remote start then a jumper should be placed over pins 1 & 2 of J2. The remote stop for
Input 2 is always momentary.
Continuous Momentary Start
The continuous momentary start function can be used for equipment that only ever
requires a remote start but not a stop. Placing a jumper over J3 pins 1 & 2 enables the
function. When enabled the operation of the ON button is changed to a continuous start
button. With the fader down, the button shows red. With the fader up, the button shows
green and each press of the ON button will trigger a momentary start from the remote
contacts. The default setting for J3 is none (not fitted). It is not possible to configure a
latching remote start output when the continuous momentary start option has been
selected.
CUE/PFL Cancel
The CUE/PFL function is normally an alternate action. Press the button to select and press
again to de-select. However it may be desirable to have the fader up signal cancel a CUE/PFL
selection. Placing a jumper over J4 pins 1 & 2 will enable a previously selected CUE/PFL
function to be cancelled when the fader is up and the channel is ON. The default setting is
none (not fitted).
De-emphasis
Placing a jumper over pins 1 & 2 of J3 will decode 50/15µs emphasis when indicated by
certain channel status bits in the incoming digital audio data.
Disabling PFL When no Input is Detected
When J11 is fitted, if a digital input is not detected on the selected input, then PFL is
disabled/muted.
Timer Auto Start
The dual timer in the meterbridge can be set to start automatically from a fader open/
channel On signal. Jumper J6 determines which timer is set to auto-start. A jumper over pins
1 & 2 will start Timer 1, shifting the jumper to pins 2 & 3 will start Timer 2. The default setting
of J6 is none (not fitted).
Jumpers J7 to J10 are not fitted to this channel.
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AES/EBU, S/PDIF Select for Input 1
Input 1 can be either balanced AES/EBU or unbalanced S/PDIF. The default setting for J7,
pins 1 & 2, is AES/EBU input via XLRs. Shifting the jumper to pins 2 & 3 enables the S/PDIF
input on phonos.
AES/EBU, S/PDIF Select for Input 2
Input 2 can be either balanced AES/EBU or unbalanced S/PDIF. The default setting for J8,
pins 1 & 2, is AES/EBU input via XLRs. Shifting the jumper to pins 2 & 3 enables the S/PDIF
input on phonos.
Presets P15 & P16 are for altering the audio waveform symmetry (i.e. distortion). They are
factory set on final test and should not be adjusted further.
A fifth preset, P17, sets the VCA fader gain to 0dB when the fader is fully open. This is preset
on final test and should not require further adjustment, unless it has been found necessary
to replace the fader or other VCA components.
General Purpose I/O
Two I/O pins are available on the remotes connector that can be configured for general
purpose use. Currently they can be used to either turn the channel on and off remotely or
used as an indication for when the channel is live. They are completely configurable and
can be set as inputs or outputs, latching or momentary and active high or active low.
The setup procedure for configuring the pins is described in the following steps. Since the
settings are stored in non-volatile RAM, this only needs to be done once.
•
To initiate setup, press and hold down the PGM button while pressing the AUD button
five times. Once completed, all the buttons will turn off and after a short while will
display the current setting for GPIO 1’s function (pin 8 on the remote connector).
•
Using the PGM button, cycle through the following options (shown in the table
below) until the desired setting is selected. For example to set GPIO 1 to a latching,
active high input, press the PGM button until only the CUE/PFL button is illuminated
ON. This setting is then applied by pressing the ON button. The PGM button will flash
quickly for about a second to indicate that the setting is stored.
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Presets
Two presets are available for adjustment of the input level trim, left and right, for the digital
inputs. Presets, P1 (left), P2 (right) provide 15dB of gain adjustment, to compensate for level
differences in the digital input circuitry. These are preset on final test and should not require
further adjustment.
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GPIO Function
Latching /
Momentary
Active Low /
Active High
ON Button
CUE/PFL
Button
AUD
Button
I
L
AL
OFF
OFF
OFF
I
M
AL
ON
OFF
OFF
I
L
AH
OFF
ON
OFF
I
M
AH
ON
ON
OFF
O
L
AL
OFF
OFF
ON
O
M
AL
ON
OFF
ON
O
L
AH
OFF
ON
ON
O
M
AH
ON
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Now select GPIO 1’s action using the PGM button as before. Currently this can only be
set to the module ON action or none (as shown in the table below), by illumination of
the ON button.
General Purpose I/O Action Options
GPIO Action
Description
ON Button
None
-
OFF
Channel ON
When set as an input the remote pin replicates the ON
button on the module.
When set as an output the remote pin goes active when
the module is live
ON
•
As before, press the ON button to apply the setting, noticing that the PGM
button flashes.
•
The module will now display the current setting of GPIO 2’s function. This is changed
in exactly the same way as GPIO 1, selecting from the options in the above table.
•
Once the ON button is pressed, this setting is stored and the action can be selected.
•
After the next ON button press, the module will exit the setup procedure and the
module can now be used as normal.
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PGM and AUD Selection
Selecting the PGM, AUD buttons routes the channel audio output to
the PGM and/or AUD mix busses. The buttons are illuminated in green
to indicate the routing status. Changing the status of the PGM button is
inhibited when the channel is “live”.
Equalisation Controls
The HF and LF controls are used to adjust the equalisation of the signal. The
HF control boosts and cuts the signal by ± 7dB at 6.5kHz. The LF control
boosts and cuts the signal by ± 7dB at 100Hz. The EQ button places the
equalisation in and out of the signal path. The button is illuminated in yellow
when the EQ is active.
TRIM Control
The Trim control provides an additional ± 12dB of gain to fine tune the input
signal level.
BAL/PAN Control
The BAL/PAN control is used to balance the stereo image. Full anti-clockwise
shifts the signal to the left and increases the signal by 6dB (right channel
reduces by 6dB); full clockwise shifts the signal to the right and increases the
signal by 6dB (left channel reduces by 6dB).
CUE/PFL Selection
Selecting the CUE/PFL button routes the pre-fader input signal to the
monitoring system where the signal can be heard via headphones and/or
loudspeakers. The level may be checked on meters and adjusted via the Trim
control and balanced via the Bal control. The button is illuminated in green
when CUE/PFL is active. There is a jumper option to cancel the CUE/PFL
selection when the fader is raised. This button works with both a momentary
and latched operation. If held down, the selection is cancelled when
released, otherwise the button is alternate action.
Fader
The 100mm VCA fader provides unity gain when fully open. The channel
input signal is routed to the outputs whenever the fader is open, the ON
button is selected and either or both of the routing buttons are selected.
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Input Selection
The interlocking switch bank may select one of six stereo inputs. A depressed
button indicates the selected input. The switches select the individual
balanced stereo inputs as well as the remote outputs.
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ON Selection
The ON button works in conjunction with the fader and is used to control channel remotes,
routing, timers, etc. The button shows various states. When unlit the channel is off. Flashing
red indicates that the channel has been selected to ON but remains unrouted i.e. neither
PGM or AUD is selected. Steady red indicates that the channel is ON and “armed”, ready
for the fader to be raised. Raising the fader changes the illumination to green indicating
that the channel is live. Alternatively, with the button unlit the fader may be raised and
the channel can be operated simply by selecting ON. The illumination in this case toggles
between unlit, channel OFF and green, channel ON. Remotes, etc, are triggered when the
fader is up and the channel ON button shows green.
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Scribble Pad
A scribble pad is provided at the bottom for user labelling of the channel function e.g. “OS 1”.
Rear Panel
Stereo Audio Source Input Connector
This 25 pin D type socket is used for all of the Stereo Source inputs, and
has the following connections;
Pin 1: Screen, chassis.
Pin 2: OS 1 Left phase.
Pin 3: OS 1 Right phase.
Pin 4: OS 2 Left phase.
Pin 5: OS 2 Right phase.
Pin 6: OS 3 Left phase.
Pin 7: OS 3 Right phase.
Pin 8: OS 4 Left phase.
Pin 9: OS 4 Right phase.
Pin 10: OS 5 Left phase.
Pin 11: OS 5 Right phase.
Pin 12: OS 6 Left phase.
Pin 13: OS 6 Right phase.
Pin 14: OS 1 Left non-phase.
Pin 15: OS 1 Right non-phase.
Pin 16: OS 2 Left non-phase.
Pin 17: OS 2 Right non-phase.
Pin 18: OS 3 Left non-phase.
Pin 19: OS 3 Right non-phase.
Pin 20: OS 4 Left non-phase.
Pin 21: OS 4 Right non-phase.
Pin 22: OS 5 Left non-phase.
Pin 23: OS 5 Right non-phase.
Pin 24: OS 6 Left non-phase.
Pin 25: OS 6 Right non-phase.
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Source Remotes Connector
This 25 pin D type plug provides remote start/stop outputs for all the sources, and has the
following connections;
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
The 6 way stereo line source select with EQ channel can be configured in a number of
different ways depending on the jumper options set on the board. The on board processors
software is configured by jumpers J1 to J3. Other, customer specific, options can be
programmed into the software by special order. Special logic options will be identified by
having links LK4 and LK5 fitted.
The standard options available are;
•
Enable or disable Cue/PFL cancel from fader.
•
Enable continuous momentary start from ON button.
•
Select momentary or latched start for all inputs.
•
Select timer option.
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Pin 1: Screen, chassis.
Pin 2: OS 1 Start.
Pin 3: Common.
Pin 4: OS 2 Start.
Pin 5: Common.
Pin 6: OS 3 Start.
Pin 7: Common.
Pin 8: OS 4 Start.
Pin 9: Common.
Pin 10: OS 5 Start.
Pin 11: Common.
Pin 12: OS 6 Start.
Pin 13: Common.
Pin 14: OS 1 Stop.
Pin 15: Common.
Pin 16: OS 2 Stop.
Pin 17: Common.
Pin 18: OS 3 Stop.
Pin 19: Common.
Pin 20: OS 4 Stop.
Pin 21: Common.
Pin 22: OS 5 Stop.
Pin 23: Common.
Pin 24: OS 6 Stop.
Pin 25: Common.
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Summary of Jumper Settings for the 6 Way Stereo Source Channel With EQ
Jumper
Set over Pins
J1
1&2
None
Fader up signal cancels previously selected Cue/PFL.
Normal Cue/PFL function.
1&2
None
Continuous momentary start from ON button, see following
description.
Normal start function.
J3
1&2
None
Latching contact for all remote starts.
Momentary contact for all remote starts.
J4
1&2
2&3
None
Auto start Timer 1.
Auto start Timer 2.
No timer function.
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Effect
Note: Options in bold are set as default when shipped.
Input Trim Left
P1
Jumper Options
J1 = Fader Cancel CUE/PFL
J2 = Cont. Mom. Start from
On Button
P2 J3 = Latch Start
Input Trim Right
P3
P5
Left Sym. Set VCA 0dB
Right Sym.
LK4
P4
LK5
Special
J1J2J3 Logic
J4 A - Timer 1 B = Timer 2
A J4
B
Fig 10-1 : S2 6 Way Source Selector Board Layout.
Cue/PFL Cancel
The Cue/PFL function is normally an alternate action. Press the button to select and press
again to de-select. However it may be desirable to have the fader up signal cancel a Cue/PFL
selection. Placing a jumper over J1 pins 1 & 2 will enable a previously selected Cue/PFL
function to be cancelled when the fader is up and the channel is ON. The default setting for
J1 is none (not fitted).
Continuous Momentary Start
The continuous momentary start function can be used for equipment that only ever
requires a remote start but not a stop. Placing a jumper over J2 pins 1 & 2 enables the
function. When enabled the operation of the ON button is changed to a continuous start
button. With the fader down, the button shows red. With the fader up, the button shows
green and each press of the ON button will trigger a momentary start from the remote
contacts. The default setting for J2 is none (not fitted).
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Source Remotes
The remote outputs for the six sources can be used for a start and stop function wired to
other studio equipment such as CDs or MDs. The default setting for J3 is none (not fitted),
which produces a momentary remote contact. If your equipment requires a latching contact
for remote start then a jumper should be placed over pins 1 & 2 of J3. The remote stops are
always momentary. It is not possible to configure a latching remote start output when the
continuous momentary start option has been selected.
Presets
Two presets are available for adjustment of the input gain, left and right, for all six line
inputs. Presets, P1 (left), P2 (right) provide 16dB of gain adjustment, allowing an input
range of +6dB to –10dB referenced to 0dB output. The presets should be adjusted to give
0dB output for the chosen source, and will cater for professional equipment with nominal
output levels up to +4dB and non-professional equipment with nominal output levels down
to –10dBV. The levels are preset for 0dB input when shipped.
A third preset, P5, sets the VCA fader gain to 0dB when the fader is fully open. This is preset
on final test and should not require further adjustment, unless it has been found necessary
to replace the fader or other VCA components.
Presets P3 & P4 are for altering the audio waveform symmetry (i.e. distortion). They are
factory set on final test and should not be adjusted further.
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Timer Auto Start
The dual timer in the meterbridge can be set to start automatically from a fader open/
channel On signal. Jumper J4 determines which timer is set to auto-start. A jumper over pins
1 & 2 will start Timer 1, shifting the jumper to pins 2 & 3 will start Timer 2. The default setting
of J4 is none (not fitted).
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PGM and AUD Selection
Selecting the PGM, AUD buttons routes the channel audio output to
the PGM and/or AUD mix busses. The buttons are illuminated in green
to indicate the routing status. Changing the status of the PGM button is
inhibited when the channel is “live”. Selecting the PGM button also routes the
channel to one of the two true cleanfeed busses. When selecting the AUD
button only, a cleanfeed is generated via the channel mix-minus system.
When both PGM and AUD are selected the channel operates in the true
cleanfeed mode, sending the PGM signal to the cleanfeed bus.
Equalisation Controls
The HF and LF controls are used to adjust the equalisation of the signal. The
HF control boosts and cuts the signal by ± 7dB at 6.5kHz. The LF control
boosts and cuts the signal by ± 7dB at 100Hz. The EQ button places the
equalisation in and out of the signal path. The button is illuminated in yellow
when the EQ is active.
TRIM control
The TRIM control provides an additional ± 12dB of gain to fine tune the input
signal level.
BAL/PAN Control
The BAL/PAN control is used to pan the mono input signal in the stereo
image. Full anti-clockwise pans the signal to the left and increases the signal
by 3dB (right channel reduces by 70dB); full clockwise pans the signal to the
right and increases the signal by 3dB (left channel reduces by 70dB).
CUE/PFL & T/B Selection
Selecting the CUE/PFL & T/B button routes the pre-fader input signal to the
monitoring system where the signal can be heard via headphones and/or
loudspeakers. The level may be checked on meters and adjusted via the TRIM
control and panned via the BAL/PAN control. In addition, talkback is routed
back to the caller via the cleanfeed system. This enables the presenter/
technical operator to communicate with the caller prior to putting the caller
live to air. The button is illuminated in green when CUE/PFL is active. There
is a jumper option to cancel the CUE/PFL selection when the fader is raised.
This button works with both a momentary and latched operation. If held
down, the selection is cancelled when released, otherwise the button is
alternate action.
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Fader
The 100mm VCA fader provides unity gain when fully open. The channel
input signal is routed to the outputs whenever the fader is open, the ON
button is selected and either or both of the routing buttons are selected.
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Scribble Pad
A scribble pad is provided at the bottom for user labelling of the channel function.
Rear Panel
Telco Line Input Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for the electronically balanced telco line
input, and has the following connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Remotes Connector
This 9 pin D type plug provides inputs and outputs for the following
channel functions;
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TBU hold
The connector pin-out is as follows;
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LINE HOLD Selection
The LINE HOLD button works in conjunction with the fader and is used to control channel
remotes and routing. The button shows various states. When unlit the channel is off.
Flashing red indicates that the channel has been selected to LINE HOLD but remains
unrouted i.e. neither PGM or AUD is selected. Steady red indicates that the channel is
holding the telephone line and “armed”, ready for the fader to be raised. Raising the fader
changes the illumination to green indicating that the channel is live. Alternatively, with the
button unlit the fader may be raised and the channel can be operated simply by selecting
LINE HOLD button (Note though that this will cause dial tone and the dialling of the call to
be heard on-air). The illumination in this case toggles between unlit (channel off ) and green
(channel on). Remotes are triggered when the LINE HOLD button is on.
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Pin 1: Opto isolated TBU hold NPN collector.
Pin 2: Common NPN emitter for above.
Pin 3: No connection.
Pin 4: No connection.
Pin 5: No connection.
Pin 6: No connection.
Pin 7: 0V logic.
Pin 8: No connection.
Pin 9: No connection.
Cleanfeed Output Connector
This XLR 3 pin plug is a balanced line level output intended to be fed back to the TBU.
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
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Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
The telco channel with EQ can be configured in a number of different ways depending
on the jumper options set on the board. The on-board processor’s software is configured
by jumpers J1, J4 and channel identifying links. The telco channel is identified by having
links LK21 and LK22 fitted. Other, customer specific, options can be programmed into the
software by special order. Special logic options will be identified by having links LK23 and
LK24 fitted.
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The standard options available are;
•
Select momentary or latched Hybrid hold.
•
Enable or disable Cue/PFL cancel from fader.
•
Cleanfeed selection - jumpers J11 & J12 must be set the same for a telco module
•
Select timer option.
Summary of Jumper Settings for the Telco Channel With EQ
Jumper
Set over Pins
Effect
J1
1&2
None
Latching contact for telephone hybrid hold.
Momentary contact for telephone hybrid hold.
J2
Not Fitted
J3
Not Fitted
J4
1&2
None
J5
Not Fitted
J6
Not Fitted
J7
Not Fitted
J8
Not Fitted
J9
Not Fitted
J10
Not Fitted
J11
1&2
2&3
Set-up for cleanfeed bus 1.
Set-up for cleanfeed bus 2.
J12
1&2
2&3
Set-up for cleanfeed bus 1.
Set-up for cleanfeed bus 2.
J13
Not Fitted
J14
Not Fitted
J15
Not Fitted
Fader up signal cancels previously selected CUE/PFL.
Normal Cue/PFL function.
Note: Options in bold are set as default when shipped.
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Jumper Options
J1 = Latch Start I/P 1
J4 = Fader Cancel Cue/PFL
Left Sym.
Set VCA 0dB
Right Sym.
C/Feed Sel.
J11
CF2
CF1
C/Feed Sel.
J12
CF2
CF1
Telco Trim C/Feed Trim
P3
P4
P5
P6
Special
Telco
J1
J4
11
P9
LK24
LK23
LK22
LK21
P7 P8
Fig 11-1 : S2 Telco Input Board Layout.
Remote for Hybrid Hold
The remote output of the Telco channel can be used to hold the line on a telephone hybrid
when the channel is ON and the fader is up. The hybrid is also put on hold when the Cue/
PFL & T/B button is selected. Jumper J1 is placed over pins 1 & 2. This is the default setting
and produces a latched remote output. If your hybrid requires a momentary contact then
shift the jumper to pins 2 & 3.
Jumpers J2 and J3 are not fitted to the Telco channel.
CUE/PFL & T/B Cancel
The CUE/PFL & T/B function is normally an alternate action. Press the button to select and
press again to de-select. However it may be desirable to have the fader up signal cancel a
CUE/PFL & T/B selection. Placing a jumper over J4 pins 1 & 2 will enable a previously selected
CUE/PFL & T/B function to be cancelled when the fader is up and the channel is ON. The
default setting is none (not fitted).
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Left Right
Cleanfeed
Mix-Minus
Null
Jumpers J5 to J10 inclusive are not fitted to the Telco channel.
Cleanfeed Bus Output Select
The jumpers J11 and J12 determine which of the two true cleanfeed busses the channel
uses. There can only be a maximum of two telco channels in each mixer and they must not
share a cleanfeed bus. If you have only one telco channel, the jumpers are fitted over pins
1 & 2 of J11, using cleanfeed 1. If a second telco channel is present in the mixer, then this
second channel will have the jumpers fitted over pins 2 & 3 of J12, using cleanfeed 2 only.
Presets
The line input preset, P3, provides 16dB of gain adjustment, allowing an input range of
+6dB to –10dB referenced to 0dB output. The preset should be adjusted to give 0dB output
for the chosen telephone hybrid, and will cater for professional equipment with nominal
output levels up to +4dB and non-professional equipment with nominal output levels down
to –10dBV. The level is preset for 0dB input when shipped.
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The cleanfeed output level preset, P4, provides 10dB of gain adjustment, allowing an output
level from –6dB to +4dB and should be adjusted to suit the level expected by the hybrid in
use. The level is preset for 0dB output when shipped.
Presets P5 & P6 are for altering the audio waveform symmetry (i.e. distortion). They are
factory set on final test and should not be adjusted further.
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Two presets are used to set up the cleanfeed mix-minus null when the channel is routed to
AUD only. With the channel routed to AUD only and a signal of 1kHz applied to the input
and adjusted to register 0dB on the console output, P7 (left) and P8 (right) are adjusted for
minimum signal at the cleanfeed output connector.
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A further preset, P9, sets the VCA fader gain to 0dB when the fader is fully open. This is
preset on final test and should not require further adjustment, unless it has been found
necessary to replace the fader or other VCA components.
Terminating The Cleanfeed Busses
Depending on whether you have 1, 2 or no telco channels fitted, you may have to alter the
cleanfeed bus termination on the digital PGM and AUD Output channels. Please refer to
that section of the handbook for further info.
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Panel Controls
Equalisation Controls
The HF and LF controls are used to adjust the equalisation of the signal. The
HF control boosts and cuts the signal by ± 7dB at 6.5kHz. The LF control
boosts and cuts the signal by ± 7dB at 100Hz. The EQ button places the
equalisation in and out of the signal path. The button is illuminated in yellow
when the EQ is active.
TRIM Control
The TRIM control provides an additional ± 12dB of gain to fine tune the input
signal level.
BAL/PAN Control
The BAL/PAN control is used to balance the stereo image. Full anti-clockwise
shifts the signal to the left and increases the signal by 6dB (right channel
reduces by 6dB); full clockwise shifts the signal to the right and increases the
signal by 6dB (left channel reduces by 6dB).
CUE/PFL & T/B Selection
Selecting the CUE/PFL & T/B button routes the pre-fader input signal to the
monitoring system where the signal can be heard via headphones and/or
loudspeakers. The level may be checked on meters and adjusted via the TRIM
control and balanced via the BAL/PAN control. In addition, talkback is routed
to the cleanfeed output. This enables the presenter/technical operator to
communicate with the remote source prior to going live to air. The button
is illuminated in green when CUE/PFL is active. There is a jumper option to
cancel the CUE/PFL selection when the fader is raised. This button works
with both a momentary and latched operation. If held down, the selection is
cancelled when released, otherwise the button is alternate action.
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PGM and AUD Selection
Selecting the PGM, AUD buttons routes the channel audio output to
the PGM and/or AUD mix busses. The buttons are illuminated in green
to indicate the routing status. Changing the status of the PGM button is
inhibited when the channel is “live”. Selecting the PGM button also routes
the PGM main output via the mix minus system to the cleanfeed output.
Similarly, selecting the AUD button routes the AUD main output to the
mix minus system. When both PGM and AUD are selected the mix minus is
derived from the PGM output.
The outputs on the this channel can also be configured by jumper settings
as a mono sum of mix-minus on the left channel and continuous talkback on
the right channel (for use with some ISDN codec applications and telephone
balance units).
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Fader
The 100mm VCA fader provides unity gain when fully open. The channel input signal is
routed to the outputs whenever the fader is open, the ON button is selected and either or
both of the routing buttons are selected.
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ON Selection
The ON button works in conjunction with the fader and is used to control channel remotes,
routing, timers, etc. The button shows various states. When unlit the channel is off. Flashing
red indicates that the channel has been selected to ON but remains unrouted i.e. neither
PGM or AUD is selected. Steady red indicates that the channel is ON and “armed”, ready
for the fader to be raised. Raising the fader changes the illumination to green indicating
that the channel is live. Alternatively, with the button unlit the fader may be raised and
the channel can be operated simply by selecting ON. The illumination in this case toggles
between unlit, channel OFF and green, channel ON. Remotes, etc, are triggered when the
fader is up and the channel ON button shows green.
Scribble Pad
A scribble pad is provided at the bottom for user labelling of the channel function
e.g. “OB 1”.
Rear Panel
Left Cleanfeed Output Connector
This XLR 3 pin plug is used for the left channel cleanfeed output, and has
the following connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Right Cleanfeed Output Connector
This XLR 3 pin plug is used for the right channel cleanfeed output, and
has the following connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Remotes Connector
This 9 pin D type plug provides inputs and outputs for the following
channel functions;
•
Line input remote start
•
Line input remote stop
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The connector pin-out is as follows;
Line Left Input Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for the left channel input, and has the following connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Line Right Input Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for the right channel input, and has the following connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
The stereo mix-minus channel with EQ can be configured in a number of different ways
depending on the jumper options set on the board. The on-board processor’s software is
configured by jumpers J1 to J5 and channel identifying links. The stereo mix-minus channel
is identified by having links LK8 and LK11 fitted. Other, customer specific, options can be
programmed into the software by special order. Special logic options will be identified by
having links LK9 and LK10 fitted.
The standard options available are;
•
Select momentary or latched start for the Input.
•
Enable continuous momentary start from ON button.
•
Enable or disable Cue/PFL cancel from fader.
•
Select timer option.
•
Cleanfeed output selection.
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Pin 1: Opto isolated Line input start NPN collector.
Pin 2: Common NPN emitter for Line 1 start and stop.
Pin 3: Opto isolated Line input stop NPN collector.
Pin 4: No connection.
Pin 5: No connection.
Pin 6: No connection.
Pin 7: 0V logic.
Pin 8: General purpose I/O 1.
Pin 9: General purpose I/O 2.
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Summary of Jumper Settings for the Stereo Mix-Minus Channel With EQ
Jumper
Set over Pins
J1
1&2
None
J2
Not Fitted
1&2
Latching contact for Line input remote start.
Momentary contact for Line input remote start.
None
Continuous momentary start from ON button,
see following description.
Normal start function.
J4
1&2
None
Fader up signal cancels previously selected Cue/PFL.
Normal Cue/PFL function.
J5
1&2
None
Mute C/F on Talkback enable.
Talkback mixed onto C/F output on Talkback enable.
J6
1&2
2&3
None
Auto start Timer 1.
Auto start Timer 2.
No timer function.
J3
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J7
Not Fitted
J8
Not Fitted
J9
1&2
2&3
Cleanfeed left to C/F output left.
Cleanfeed mono to C/F output left.
J10
1&2
2&3
Cleanfeed right to C/F output right.
Continuous talkback (T/B 1) to C/F output right.
J11
Not Fitted
Note: Options in bold are set as default when shipped.
J9 & 10
C/F R Trim P14 P13 C/F L Trim
I/P1
Trim L
P1
P15
Cleanfeed A
P16
P7P5 P6P8
P5 & P6 1kHz Null
P7 & P8 100Hz Null
L
R
P9 & P10 1kHz Null
R P11 & P12 100Hz Null AJ6
B
I/P1
Trim R
P2 Cleanfeed B
P11P9 P10P12
L
P15 = Left Sym.
P16 = Right Sym.
P17
Set VCA 0dB
Stereo Mix Minus
J1 J3J4
LK8
LK9
LK10
LK11
Jumper Options
J1 = Latch Start I/P 1
J3 = Cont. Mom. Start
J4 = Fader Cancel Cue/PFL
J6A = Timer 1 B = Timer 2
Fig 12-1 : S2 Stereo Mix-Minus Board Layout.
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Remote for Line Input
The remote output for the Line input can be used for a start and stop function wired to
other studio equipment such as CD or MD players. The default setting for J1 is none (not
fitted), which produces a momentary remote contact. If your equipment requires a latching
contact for remote start then a jumper should be placed over pins 1 & 2 of J1. The remote
stop is always momentary.
CUE/PFL Cancel
The CUE/PFL function is normally an alternate action. Press the button to select and press
again to de-select. However it may be desirable to have the fader up signal cancel a CUE/PFL
selection. Placing a jumper over J4 pins 1 & 2 will enable a previously selected CUE/PFL
function to be cancelled when the fader is up and the channel is ON. The default setting is
none (not fitted).
Jumper J5 is not fitted to this channel.
Timer Auto Start
The dual timer in the meterbridge can be set to start automatically from a fader open/
channel On signal. Jumper J6 determines which timer is set to auto-start. A jumper over pins
1 & 2 will start Timer 1, shifting the jumper to pins 2 & 3 will start Timer 2. The default setting
of J6 is none (not fitted).
Jumpers J7 and J8 are not fitted to this channel.
Cleanfeed Output Selection
The default setting for jumpers J9 and J10 is over pins 1 & 2 which gives stereo cleanfeed
outputs. There may be a situation where only mono cleanfeed is required with a continuous
feed of talkback from the studio. Placing jumper J9 over pins 2 & 3 places mono cleanfeed
on the left cleanfeed output and placing jumper J10 over pins 2 & 3 places the continuous
talkback feed on the right cleanfeed output.
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Continuous Momentary Start
The continuous momentary start function can be used for equipment that only ever
requires a remote start but not a stop. Placing a jumper over J3 pins 1 & 2 enables the
function. When enabled the operation of the ON button is changed to a continuous start
button. With the fader down, the button shows red. With the fader up, the button shows
green and each press of the ON button will trigger a momentary start from the remote
contacts. The default setting for J3 is none (not fitted). It is not possible to configure a
latching remote start output when the continuous momentary start option has been
selected.
Presets
Two presets are available for adjustment of the Line Input gain, left and right. Presets, P1
(left), P2 (right) provide 16dB of gain adjustment, allowing an input range of +6dB to –10dB
referenced to 0dB output. The presets should be adjusted to give 0dB output for the chosen
source, and will cater for professional equipment with nominal output levels up to +4dB
and non-professional equipment with nominal output levels down to –10dBV. The levels are
preset for 0dB input when shipped.
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Eight presets are used to adjust the cleanfeed null for the left and right channels. Cleanfeed
is derived from the PGM or AUD output busses and are set up as follows. With the channel
routed to PGM only and a signal of 1kHz applied to the input and adjusted to register
0dB on the console output, P5 (left) and P6 (right) are adjusted for minimum signal at the
cleanfeed output connectors. The input signal frequency is then changed to 100Hz and P7
(left) and P8 (right) are adjusted for a level of –45dB at the cleanfeed output connectors.
Change the routing to AUD only and repeat the set up using presets P9, P10 at 1kHz and
P11, P12 at 100Hz. This will be set up during final test and should not require further
adjustment, unless the channel position changes within the frame when minor adjustment
may be required to maintain best performance.
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Two presets are available for adjustment of the Cleanfeed gain, left and right. The presets
P13 (left), P14 (right) should be adjusted to give 0dB output for the chosen source.
Presets P15 & P16 are for altering the audio waveform symmetry (i.e. distortion). They are
factory set on final test and should not be adjusted further.
A further preset, P17, sets the VCA fader gain to 0dB when the fader is fully open. This is
preset on final test and should not require further adjustment, unless it has been found
necessary to replace the fader or other VCA components.
General Purpose I/O
Two I/O pins are available on the remotes connector that can be configured for general
purpose use. Currently they can be used to either turn the channel on and off, indicate
when the channel is live, or control Talkback enable. They are completely configurable and
can be set as inputs or outputs, latching or momentary and active high or active low.
The setup procedure for configuring the pins is described in the following steps. Since the
settings are stored in non-volatile RAM, this only needs to be done once.
•
To initiate setup, press and hold down the PGM button while pressing the AUD button
five times. Once completed, all the buttons will turn off and after a short while will
display the current setting for GPIO 1’s function (pin 8 on the remote connector).
•
Using the PGM button, cycle through the following options (shown in the table
below) until the desired setting is selected. For example to set GPIO 1 to a latching,
active high input, press the PGM button until only the CUE/PFL button is illuminated
ON. This setting is then applied by pressing the ON button. The PGM button will flash
quickly for about a second to indicate that the setting is stored.
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General Purpose I/O Function Options
GPIO Function
Latching /
Momentary
Active Low /
Active High
ON Button
CUE/PFL
Button
AUD
Button
I
L
AL
OFF
OFF
OFF
I
M
AL
ON
OFF
OFF
I
L
AH
OFF
ON
OFF
I
M
AH
ON
ON
OFF
O
L
AL
OFF
OFF
ON
O
M
AL
ON
OFF
ON
O
L
AH
OFF
ON
ON
O
M
AH
ON
ON
ON
Now select GPIO 1’s action using the PGM button as before. This can be set to the
Talkback control action, the module ON action, or none (as shown in the table below),
by illumination of the ON button and CUE/PFL button.
General Purpose I/O Action Options
GPIO Action
None
Channel ON
Talkback
Enable
Description
When set as an input the remote pin
replicates the ON button on the module.
When set as an output the remote pin goes
active when the module is live
When set as an input the remote pin controls
talkback enable to the C/F outputs.
When set as an output the remote pin goes
active when talkback is enabled.
ON
Button
CUE/PFL
Button
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
•
As before, press the ON button to apply the setting, noticing that the
PGM button flashes.
•
The module will now display the current setting of GPIO 2’s function. This is changed
in exactly the same way as GPIO 1, selecting from the options in the above table.
•
Once the ON button is pressed, this setting is stored and the action can be selected.
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Input /
Output
After the next ON button press, the module will exit the setup procedure and the module
can now be used as normal.
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OUTPUT CHANNELS
13 Output Channels
There are six different output channels, available for installation in the mixer as well as a
blank channel and script space. The channels are each covered in the following chapters,
but a summary follows:
OUTPUT CH AN N E LS
S2-ODP Digital PGM Output Channel &
S2-ODPF Digital PGM Output Channel With Master Fader
This channel is common to every mixer and provides a digital and analogue stereo output
from the PGM mix bus and a mono analogue output. The digital output is available as a
balanced AES/EBU signal via standard XLRs or as S/PDIF on phono sockets. The sample
rate can be set automatically or by internal jumpers from 32 kHz to 96 kHz and the output
sample size from 16 to 24 bits. The balanced analogue PGM output and mono output is
available on a 15 way D type connector.
Button switches at the top of the channel select the mono output source. The S2-ODPF
version has output faders for production use.
S2-ODA Digital AUD Output Channel &
S2-ODAF Digital AUD Output Channel With Master Fader
This channel is common to every mixer and provides a digital and analogue output from
the AUD mix bus. The digital output is available as a balanced AES/EBU signal via standard
XLRs or as S/PDIF on phono sockets. The sample rate can be set automatically or by internal
jumpers from 32 kHz to 96 kHz and the output sample size from 16 to 24 bits. The balanced
analogue AUD outputs are available on a 15 way D type connector.
Button switches at the top of the channel select the monitoring source to the meterbridge.
The S2-ODAF version has output faders for production use.
S2-OMC Control Room Monitor Channel
The Control Room Monitor channel is used for the monitoring of various sources on the
control room loudspeakers and (presenters) headphones. A suitable power amplifier
connected to the channel monitor output must be used to drive the loudspeakers. A front
panel control is used to vary the monitor level. Headphones can be driven directly from the
channel headphone connector on the front or rear panel via the level control.
A 4 way electronically interlocking switch bank selects the source routed to the speakers
and headphones from either of two external inputs, the PGM, or AUD output. “Auto PFL”
buttons adjacent to each level control allow the monitoring of PFL when an input channel
has been selected to CUE/PFL. In addition, Split PFL can be selected to the headphones,
which will place the selected source in mono in one ear and PFL in mono in the other.
This channel controls the signal conditioning for the talkback input and output and routes
these signals to and from the talkback bus. Internal jumpers can be configured to allow
talkback to replace or dim the selected source. A Global Talkback system can be configured
to allow every contribution point in the control room and studio to communicate with each
other via their microphone and headphones.
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An illuminated Mute LED shows when a live microphone channel in the control room has
muted the control room speakers.
S2-OMS Studio Monitor Channel
The Studio Monitor channel is used for the monitoring of various sources on the studio
loudspeakers and headphones. A suitable power amplifier connected to the channel
monitor output must be used to drive the loudspeakers. A front panel control is used to
vary the monitor level. Headphones can be driven directly from the channel headphone
connector on the rear panel via the level control.
A separate Studio T/B button is provided to allow the presenter/engineer to talk to the
studio at other times and internal jumpers allow this talkback to replace or dim the selected
source. A Global Talkback system can be configured to allow every contribution point in
the control room and studio to communicate with each other via their microphone and
headphones.
An illuminated Mute LED shows when a live microphone channel in the studio has muted
the studio speakers.
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A 4 way electronically interlocking switch bank selects the source routed to the speakers
and headphones from either of two external inputs, the PGM, or AUD output. “Auto PFL”
buttons adjacent to each level control allow the monitoring of PFL when an input channel
has been selected to CUE/PFL.
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Channel With & Without Master Fader
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Mono Output Selection
The Mono compatible output can be used to feed a mono
transmitter or any station output monitoring system that
requires a mono signal such as a background music system.
The Mono output can be derived from either the PGM or
AUD outputs by selecting the appropriate button.
Lock Indicator
The illuminated lock indicator shows that the digital output
is locked to the onboard master clock, incoming Word clock
or AES/EBU, S/PDIF compatible sync signal. If sync is lost
then the indicator will flash. The channel automatically
searches for a sync signal on the Word Clock, or the selected
digital input, and automatically locks to a valid sync clock.
To disable locking to the AES/EBU or S/PDIF input, simply
remove jumpers J10 and J11.
Fader (S2-ODPF only)
The 100mm VCA fader provides unity gain when fully open.
S2 -ODP
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Rear Panel
AES/EBU PGM Output Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for the AES/EBU Output, and has the
following connections;
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Inner: Signal.
Outer: Screen.
S/PDIF Sync Input Connector
This phono connector is used for the S/PDIF sync input. There is an on
board jumper to set up this input in place of the AES/EBU sync input.
Inner: Signal.
Outer: Screen.
Outputs & Remotes Connector
This 15 pin D type socket provides outputs for the following channel
functions;
•
PGM analogue outputs
•
Mono analogue output
•
Control Room muting relays
The connector pin-out is as follows;
Pin 1: Chassis ground.
Pin 2: PGM left output phase.
Pin 3: PGM right output phase.
Pin 4: No connection.
Pin 5: No connection.
Pin 6: Mono output phase.
Pin 7: Control Room mute relay contact 1A (makes to pin 14).
Pin 8: Control Room mute relay contact 2A (makes to pin 15).
Pin 9: PGM left output non-phase.
Pin 10: PGM right output non-phase.
Pin 11: No connection.
Pin 12: No connection.
Pin 13: Mono output non-phase.
Pin 14: Control Room mute relay contact 1B.
Pin 15: Control Room mute relay contact 2B.
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S/PDIF PGM Output Connector
This phono connector is used for S/PDIF output. There are on board
jumpers to set up this input in place of the AES/EBU output.
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Word Clock Input Connector
This 75 ohm BNC socket is used for the word clock input, and has the following connections;
Inner: Signal.
Outer: Screen.
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AES/EBU Sync Input Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for AES/EBU Sync Input, and has the following connections;
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Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
The PGM digital stereo output channel can be configured in a number of different ways
depending on the jumper options set on the board. The on board processors software
is configured by jumpers J3 to J9 and channel identifying links. The PGM digital output
channel is identified by having links LK42 and LK45 fitted. The PGM digital output channel is
identified by having links LK42, LK45 and LK46 fitted.
The standard options available are;
•
Cleanfeed mix bus termination.
•
Select mode and sample rate.
•
Select output sample size.
•
Select channel status bits.
•
Select AES/EBU or S/PDIF output.
•
Select AES/EBU or S/PDIF sync input.
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Summary of Jumper Settings for the PGM Digital Output Channel
Set over Pins
J1
1&2
None
Cleanfeed 1 terminated.
Cleanfeed 1 active.
J2
1&2
None
Cleanfeed 2 terminated.
Cleanfeed 2 active.
J3
1&2
None
See table (page 83) Synchronisation Mode & Sample Rate
Selection.
See table (page 83) Synchronisation Mode & Sample Rate
Selection.
J4
1&2
None
See table (page 83) Synchronisation Mode & Sample Rate
Selection.
See table (page 83) Synchronisation Mode & Sample Rate
Selection.
J5
1&2
None
See table (page 83) Synchronisation Mode & Sample Rate
Selection.
See table (page 83) Synchronisation Mode & Sample Rate
Selection.
J6
1&2
None
See table (page 83) Synchronisation Mode & Sample Rate
Selection.
See table (page 83) Synchronisation Mode & Sample Rate
Selection.
J7
1&2
None
See table (page 83) Output Bit Depth Selection.
See table (page 83) Output Bit Depth Selection.
J8
1&2
None
See table (page 83) Output Bit Depth Selection.
See table (page 83) Output Bit Depth Selection.
J9
1&2
None
See table (page 83) Channel Status Bits Selection.
See table (page 83) Channel Status Bits Selection.
J10
1&2
2&3
AES/EBU sync input selected.
S/PDIF sync input selected.
J11
1&2
AES/EBU sync input selected.
2&3
S/PDIF sync input selected.
1&2
S/PDIF output selected.
2&3
AES/EBU output selected.
J12
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Note: Options in bold are set as default when shipped.
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J12
J3
AES J4
SPDIF J5
J6
J7
J8
J9
A/D
LK42
Trim L
Module A
LK45
Digi
P5
P6
A/D
Trim R
J1J2
Set
Threshold P9
P8 Set
Gain
Left P7
Lim
Sym.
Right P6
Lim
Sym.
Left P7
Lim
Sym.
P3
Set VCA
0dB
P2 P1 Left
Right
Sym.
Sym.
Set
Threshold P9
P8 Set
Right P6
Gain
Lim
Sym.
J11J10
AES
SPDIF
Fig 14-1 : S2 Digital PGM Output Board Layout.
J12
J3
AES J4
SPDIF J5
J6
J7
J8
J9
LK42
Module A
LK45
Digi
Fader
LK46
A/D
Trim L
P5
P6
J1J2
A/D
Trim R
J11J10
AES
SPDIF
Fig 14-2 : S2 Digital PGM Output With Fader Board Layout.
Cleanfeed Terminations
If the console is supplied without Telco channels then J1 and J2 will be fitted to terminate
the cleanfeed mix busses. With one Telco channel only J2 is fitted and with two Telco
channels no jumpers are fitted. There is no default setting.
Synchronisation Mode and Sample Rate
The following jumpers, J3 to J9, are used for setting the Sync Mode and Sample Rate of the
digital output.
In Master mode, the digital output sample rate is simply set by, and locked to, the internal
on-board clock generator. No sync signal is used or required.
In Auto mode the sample rate follows the sync input. When the sync signal is not present
the sample rate will be set by, and locked to, the internal on-board clock generator at a
frequency determined by the jumpers.
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In Auto Lock mode, the sample rate follows the sync input. If the sync signal is removed then
the sample rate will be set by, and locked to, the internal on-board clock generator at the
closest frequency available to the previous sync input. When there has been no sync input
detected the output will lock to the on-board clock generator at 32kHz.
In Slave mode, the sample rate follows the sync input. When the sync signal is not present
the digital output is muted.
J3
J4
J5
J6
32
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
44.1
Fitted
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
48
Not Fitted
Fitted
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
96
Fitted
Not Fitted
Fitted
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Not Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Not Fitted
48
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
Fitted
96
Fitted
Fitted
Not Fitted
Fitted
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Not Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Reserved
Not Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Reserved
Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
J7
J8
16 bits
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
20 bits
Fitted
Not Fitted
24 bits
Not Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
AUTO
32
44.1
Auto Lock
Slave Mode
Output Bit Depth
Reserved
Channel Status Bits
Consumer
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MASTER
Synchronisation Mode /
Sample Rate (kHz)
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Sync Select
The pair of jumpers, J10 and J11, select the sync source between AES, pins 1 & 2, and
S/PDIF, pins 2 & 3. The default is AES/EBU. Both jumpers need to be altered for this to work
correctly.
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Digital Output Mode
Jumper J12 selects the digital output mode between AES/EBU, pins 1 & 2, and S/PDIF, pins 2
& 3. The default is AES/EBU.
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Presets
Presets P1 & P2 are for altering the audio waveform symmetry (i.e. distortion) through the
VCA stage. They are factory set on final test and should not be adjusted further.
Preset P3 sets the VCA fader gain to 0dB when the fader is fully open. This is preset on final
test and should not require further adjustment, unless it has been found necessary to replace
the fader or other VCA components.
Presets, P5 (left) and P4 (right), set the peak digits through the conditioning circuits to the
analogue to digital converter. This is preset on final test and should not require further
adjustment.
Preset P8 sets the gain through the limiter that feeds the analogue to digital converters.
Preset P9 sets the threshold. Presets P6 & P7 are for altering the audio waveform symmetry
(i.e. distortion) through the limiting stage. They are all factory set on final test and should
not be adjusted further.
ADC Calibration
For optimum performance, the module should be calibrated when it has been powered up
for approximately 10-15 minutes. The circuitry and chipsets contained in the module will
warm up during this time and the performance will deteriorate unless calibrated (the noise
floor and dynamic range will be 1-2dB down on their best). The calibration cycle calibrates
the gain and the zero reference of the A/D converter.
To calibrate, hold down the PGM button and press the AUD button 5 times. The lock LED on
the front panel will flash quickly for 2 – 3 seconds and will return to it’s previous state. The
calibration procedure is now complete.
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Lock Indicator
The illuminated lock indicator shows that the digital output
is locked to the onboard master clock, incoming Word clock
or AES/EBU, S/PDIF compatible sync signal. If sync is lost
then the indicator will flash. The channel automatically
searches for a sync signal on the Word Clock, or the selected
digital input, and automatically locks to a valid sync clock.
To disable locking to the AES/EBU or S/PDIF input, simply
remove jumpers J10 and J11.
Fader (S2-ODAF only)
The 100mm VCA fader provides unity gain when fully open.
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Meter Display Selection
When the meters in the meterbridge are plugged up to
the “Monitor Meter” position they will display the selected
signal from the electronically interlocking PGM, AUD, or CR
MON buttons. The CR MON signal source is the presenter’s
headphone on the control room monitor channel, pre
talkback and level control. This signal could be PGM, AUD,
EXT 1, EXT 2, or PFL, as selected by the presenter.
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AES/EBU AUD Output Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for the AES/EBU Output, and has the
following connections;
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Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
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S/PDIF AUD Output Connector
This phono connector is used for the S/PDIF Output. There are on board
jumpers to set up this output in place of the AES/EBU output.
Inner: Signal.
Outer: Screen.
S/PDIF Sync Input Connector
This phono connector is used for the S/PDIF sync input. There is an on
board jumper to set up this input in place of the AES/EBU sync input.
Inner: Signal.
Outer: Screen.
Output & Remotes Connector
This 15 pin D type socket provides outputs for the following channel
functions;
•
AUD analogue outputs
•
Studio muting relays
The connector pin-out is as follows;
Pin 1: Chassis ground.
Pin 2: AUD left output phase.
Pin 3: AUD right output phase.
Pin 4: No connection.
Pin 5: No connection.
Pin 6: No connection.
Pin 7: Studio mute relay contact 1A (makes to pin 14).
Pin 8: Studio mute relay contact 2A (makes to pin 15).
Pin 9: AUD left output non-phase.
Pin 10: AUD right output non-phase.
Pin 11: No connection.
Pin 12: No connection.
Pin 13: No connection.
Pin 14: Studio mute relay contact 1B.
Pin 15: Studio mute relay contact 2B.
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Meterbridge Interconnect
An internal ribbon cable to the meterbridge is fitted to the AUD output channel and appears
via the rear panel.
Word Clock Input Connector
This 75 ohm BNC socket is used for the word clock input, and has the following connections;
Inner: Signal.
Outer: Screen.
Pin 1: Screen.
Pin 2: Phase.
Pin 3: Non-phase.
Channel Options, Jumper Settings and Presets
The AUD digital stereo output channel can be configured in a number of different ways
depending on the jumper options set on the board. The on-board processor’s software
is configured by jumpers J3 to J9 and channel identifying links. The AUD digital output
channel is identified by having links LK43 and LK45 fitted. The AUD digital output with fader
is identified by having links LK43, LK45 and LK46 fitted.
The standard options available are;
•
Select mode and sample rate.
•
Select output sample size.
•
Select channel status bits.
•
Select AES/EBU or S/PDIF output.
•
Select AES/EBU or S/PDIF sync input.
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AES/EBU Sync Input Connector
This XLR 3 pin socket is used for AES/EBU Sync Input, and has the following connections;
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Summary of Jumper Settings for the AUD Digital Output Channel
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Jumper
Set over Pins
J1
Not Fitted
J2
Not Fitted
J3
1&2
None
See table (page 90) Synchronisation Mode &
Sample Rate Selection.
See table (page 90) Synchronisation Mode &
Sample Rate Selection.
J4
1&2
None
See table (page 90) Synchronisation Mode &
Sample Rate Selection.
See table (page 90) Synchronisation Mode &
Sample Rate Selection.
J5
1&2
None
See table (page 90) Synchronisation Mode &
Sample Rate Selection.
See table (page 90) Synchronisation Mode &
Sample Rate Selection.
J6
1&2
None
See table (page 90) Synchronisation Mode &
Sample Rate Selection.
See table (page 90) Synchronisation Mode &
Sample Rate Selection.
J7
1&2
None
See table (page 90) Output Bit Depth Selection.
See table (page 90) Output Bit Depth Selection.
J8
1&2
None
See table (page 90) Output Bit Depth Selection.
See table (page 90) Output Bit Depth Selection.
J9
1&2
None
See table (page 90) Channel Status Bits Selection.
See table (page 90) Channel Status Bits Selection.
J10
1&2
2&3
AES/EBU sync input selected.
S/PDIF sync input selected.
J11
1&2
AES/EBU sync input selected.
2&3
S/PDIF sync input selected.
1&2
S/PDIF output selected.
2&3
AES/EBU output selected.
J12
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Note: Options in bold are set as default when shipped.
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J3
AES J4
SPDIF J5
J6
J7
J8
J9
LK42
Module B
A/D
Trim L
P5
P6
A/D
Trim R
LK45
Digi
Left P7
Lim
Sym.
Right P6
Lim
Sym.
Set
Threshold P9
P8 Set
Gain
Fig 15-1 : S2 Digital AUD Output Board Layout.
J3
AES J4
SPDIF J5
J6
J7
J8
J9
LK42
Module B
A/D
Trim L
P5
P6
A/D
Trim R
Right
Sym.
LK45
Digi
Fader
LK46
Left P7
Lim
Sym.
P2 P1
Right P6
Lim
Sym.
Set
P3 VCA
0dB
Left
Sym.
Set
Threshold P9
P8 Set
Gain
J11J10
AES
SPDIF
Fig 15-2 : S2 Digital AUD Output With Fader Board Layout.
Synchronisation Mode and Sample Rate
The following jumpers, J3 to J9, are used for setting the Sync Mode and Sample Rate of the
digital output.
In Master mode, the digital output sample rate is simply set by, and locked to, the internal
on-board clock generator. No sync signal is used or required.
In Auto mode the sample rate follows the sync input. When the sync signal is not present
the sample rate will be set by, and locked to, the internal on-board clock generator at a
frequency determined by the jumpers.
In Auto Lock mode, the sample rate follows the sync input. If the sync signal is removed then
the sample rate will be set by, and locked to, the internal on-board clock generator at the
closest frequency available to the previous sync input. When there has been no sync input
detected the output will lock to the on-board clock generator at 32kHz.
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AES
SPDIF
J12
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In Slave mode, the sample rate follows the sync input. When the sync signal is not present
the digital output is muted.
Synchronisation Mode /
Sample Rate (kHz)
J3
J4
J5
J6
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
44.1
Fitted
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
48
Not Fitted
Fitted
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
96
Fitted
Not Fitted
Fitted
Not Fitted
32
Not Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Not Fitted
90
44.1
Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Not Fitted
48
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
Fitted
96
Fitted
Fitted
Not Fitted
Fitted
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Not Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Reserved
Not Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Reserved
Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
AUTO
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32
Auto Lock
Slave Mode
Output Bit Depth
J7
J8
Not Fitted
Not Fitted
20 bits
Fitted
Not Fitted
24 bits
Not Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
Fitted
16 bits
Reserved
Channel Status Bits
Consumer
Professional
J9
Not Fitted
Fitted
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Sync Select
The pair of jumpers, J10 and J11, select the sync source between AES, pins 1 & 2, and
S/PDIF, pins 2 & 3. The default is AES/EBU. Both jumpers need to be altered for this to work
correctly.
Digital Output Mode
Jumper J12 selects the digital output mode between AES/EBU, pins 1 & 2, and S/PDIF, pins
2 & 3. The default is AES/EBU.
Preset P3 sets the VCA fader gain to 0dB when the fader is fully open. This is preset on
final test and should not require further adjustment, unless it has been found necessary to
replace the fader or other VCA components.
Presets, P5 (left) and P4 (right), set the peak digits through the conditioning circuits to the
analogue to digital converter. This is preset on final test and should not require further
adjustment.
Preset P8 sets the gain through the limiter that feeds the analogue to digital converters.
Preset P9 sets the threshold. Presets P6 & P7 are for altering the audio waveform symmetry
(i.e. distortion) through the limiting stage. They are all factory set on final test and should
not be adjusted further.
Gain can be altered using P4 and P5 on board versions S2-OP-04 and above, as P8 is no
longer fitted on these boards.
ADC Calibration
For optimum performance, the module should be calibrated when it has been powered up
for approximately 10-15 minutes. The circuitry and chipsets contained in the module will
warm up during this time and the performance will deteriorate unless calibrated (the noise
floor and dynamic range will be 1-2dB down on their best). The calibration cycle calibrates
the gain and the zero reference of the A/D converter.
To calibrate, hold down the PGM button and press the AUD button 5 times. The lock LED on
the front panel will flash quickly for 2 – 3 seconds and will return to it’s previous state. The
calibration procedure is now complete.
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Presets
Presets P1 & P2 are for altering the audio waveform symmetry (i.e. distortion) through the
VCA stage. They are factory set on final test and should not be adjusted further.
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Panel Controls
PGM, AUD, EXT 1 & EXT 2 Selection
The electronically interlocking PGM, AUD, EXT 1 & EXT 2 buttons select the
monitor source for the control room headphones and loudspeaker monitors.
The buttons illuminate to show the selected source, PGM and AUD in green,
EXT 1 and EXT 2 in red. The External Inputs are used for monitoring an off air
signal or another studio output.
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Monitor level
The control room monitor loudspeaker level can be variable between 0 (cut
off ) and 10 (maximum). The output will need to be fed to a suitable power
amplifier to drive the loudspeakers.
Monitor Auto Cue/PFL
When the yellow illuminated AUTO CUE/PFL button is selected, any input
channels selected to CUE/PFL are automatically routed to the control room
monitor loudspeakers.
Mute
The red mute LED will illuminate whenever a mic channel, which has been
designated to Control Room mute, goes live. This will mute the control
room monitors to prevent feedback. Two pairs of contacts on the remote
connector of the PGM output channel will close whenever the mute function
is active. These can be used to remotely illuminate “Mic Live” lights.
Phones
The control room headphone level can be varied between 0 (cut off ) and
10 (maximum). Internal amplifiers provide enough drive for headphone
impedances of 35 ohms and above.
Phones Auto Cue/PFL
When the yellow illuminated AUTO CUE/PFL button is selected, any input
channels selected to CUE/PFL are automatically routed to the control room
headphones.
Phones Split Cue/PFL
The control room headphones have the additional facility of SPLIT CUE/PFL.
When this button is selected, the monitor source will be heard in mono
in the left headphone, and CUE/PFL will be heard in mono in the right
headphone. The button is illuminated yellow when selected.
Control Room Phones
The control room headphones may be plugged into this standard 6.35mm
stereo jack socket or the parallel jack socket on the rear panel.
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External Inputs Connector
This 9 pin D type plug is used for the stereo balanced analogue external
input signals.
Presenter Headphones Connector
This standard 6.35mm jack socket is used for the control room
headphones. It is wired in parallel with the headphone connector on the
front panel and has the following connections;
Tip: Left channel.
Ring: Right channel.
Sleeve: Screen.
Control Room Monitors Connector
This standard 6.35mm jack socket is the output for the control room
monitor loudspeakers, and has the following connections;
Tip: Left channel.
Ring: Right channel.
Sleeve: Screen.
A suitable amplifier should be used to send this signal to the
loudspeakers, or connect active loudspeakers directly to this output.
Talkback Input Connector
This standard 6.35mm jack socket is used for the Reverse Talkback input,
and has the following connections;
Tip: Talkback audio.
Ring: Talkback control.
Sleeve: Screen.
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The connector pin-out is as follows;
Pin 1: Chassis ground.
Pin 2: Ext 1 left phase.
Pin 3: Ext 1 right phase.
Pin 4: Ext 2 left phase.
Pin 5: Ext 2 right phase.
Pin 6: Ext 1 left non-phase.
Pin 7: Ext 1 right non-phase.
Pin 8: Ext 2 left non-phase.
Pin 9: Ext 2 right non-phase.
Talkback Output Connector
This standard 6.35mm jack socket is used for the continuous talkback
output, and has the following connections;
Tip: Talkback audio.
Ring: No connection.
Sleeve: Screen.
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Channel Options and Jumper Settings
The control room monitor channel can be configured in a number of different ways
depending on the jumper options set on the board. The on-board processor’s software is
configured by jumpers J1 to J4 and channel identifying links. The control room monitor is
identified by having link LK10 fitted.
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The standard options available are;
•
Enable/disable global talkback.
•
Enable/disable talkback to loudspeakers.
•
Enable/disable talkback dimming on loudspeakers.
•
Enable/disable talkback dimming on headphones.
Summary of Jumper Settings for the Control Room Monitor Channel
Jumper
Set over Pins
Effect
J1
1&2
None
Global talkback enabled.
Global talkback disabled.
J2
1&2
None
Control Room Loudspeaker talkback enabled.
Control Room Loudspeaker talkback disabled.
J3
1&2
None
Control Room Loudspeaker talkback dimming enabled.
Control Room Loudspeaker talkback dimming disabled.
J4
1&2
None
Control Room Headphones talkback dimming enabled.
Control Room Headphones talkback dimming disabled.
Note: Options in bold are set as default when shipped.
Jumper Options
J1 = Global T/B Enable
J2 = LS T/B Enable
J3 = LS Dim Enable
J4 = HP Dim Enable
LK10
J3
J1
C/Room
J4
J2
Fig 16-1 : Control Room Monitor Board Layout.
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Global Talkback Enable
Jumper J1 placed over pins 1 & 2 enables global talkback. This is a system whereby all
programme presenters, guests, etc, can talk to each other from their individual microphones
via the monitoring system. When enabled, the system becomes active when the control
room and studio mutes are inactive i.e. no Mic channels with mic live muting are active. The
monitored source on each person’s headphones will dim by –12dB and they will be able
to talk and hear each other at a normal level. When a microphone channel fader is raised,
triggering a mute, the system will drop back into normal monitoring. The default setting for
J1 is disabled (not fitted).
Control Room Loudspeaker Talkback Dim Enable
Jumper J3 placed across pins 1 & 2 enables talkback dimming of the control room monitor
loudspeakers. With J2 and J3 enabled, incoming talkback will dim the monitored source by
–12dB and talkback will be heard at normal level. The default setting for J3 is enabled.
Control Room Headphone Talkback Dim Enable
Jumper J4 placed across pins 1 & 2 enables talkback dimming of the control room monitor
headphones. With J4 enabled, incoming talkback will dim the headphone source by –12dB
and talkback will be heard at normal level. The default setting for J4 is disabled (not fitted).
Presets
There are no presets to adjust on the control room monitor channel.
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Control Room Loudspeaker Talkback Enable
Jumper J2 placed over pins 1 & 2 enables talkback to the control room monitor
loudspeakers. This will allow a talkback audio and control signal on the talkback input jack
to replace the monitored source on the loudspeaker monitors. If the monitors are already
muted then talkback will be muted too. Talkback will also appear on the control room
headphones as a replacement to the monitored source. The default setting for J2 is enabled.
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Panel Controls
PGM, AUD, EXT 1 & EXT 2 Selection
The electronically interlocking PGM, AUD, EXT 1 & EXT 2 buttons select the
monitor source for the studio headphones and loudspeaker monitors. The
buttons illuminate to show the selected source, PGM and AUD in green,
EXT 1 and EXT 2 in red. The External Inputs are used for monitoring an off air
signal or another studio output.
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Monitor Level
The studio monitor loudspeaker level can be variable between 0 (cut off ) and
10 (maximum). The output will need to be fed to a suitable power amplifier
to drive the loudspeakers.
Monitor Auto CUE/PFL
When the green illuminated Auto CUE/PFL button is selected, any input
channels selected to CUE/PFL are automatically routed to the studio monitor
loudspeakers.
Mute
The red mute LED will illuminate whenever a mic channel, which has been
designated to studio mute, goes live. This will mute the studio monitors to
prevent feedback. Two pairs of contacts on the remote connector of the AUD
output channel will close whenever the mute function is active. These can be
used to remotely illuminate “Mic Live” lights.
Phones
The studio headphone level can be variable between 0 (cut off ) and 10
(maximum). Internal amplifiers provide enough drive for headphone
impedances of 35 ohms and above.
Phones Auto CUE/PFL
When the yellow illuminated AUTO CUE/PFL button is selected, any input
channels selected to CUE/PFL are automatically routed to the studio
headphones.
Studio T/B (Talkback)
When pressed, the STUDIO T/B button will route talkback from the control
room talkback microphone channel to the studio loudspeakers and/or the
studio headphones, depending on jumper settings. The talkback signal will
replace or mix with the monitored source depending on jumper settings.
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External Inputs Connector
This 9 pin D type plug is used for the stereo balanced external input
signals.
The connector pin-out is as follows;
Studio Headphones Connector
This standard 6.35mm jack socket is the output for the studio
headphones, and has the following connections;
Tip: Left channel.
Ring: Right channel.
Sleeve: Screen.
Studio Monitor Connector
This standard 6.35mm jack socket is the output for the studio monitor
loudspeakers, and has the following connections;
Tip: Left channel.
Ring: Right channel.
Sleeve: Screen.
A suitable amplifier should be used to send this signal to the
loudspeakers, or connect active loudspeakers directly to this output.
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Pin 1: Chassis ground.
Pin 2: Ext 1 left phase.
Pin 3: Ext 1 right phase.
Pin 4: Ext 2 left phase.
Pin 5: Ext 2 right phase.
Pin 6: Ext 1 left non-phase.
Pin 7: Ext 1 right non-phase.
Pin 8: Ext 2 left non-phase.
Pin 9: Ext 2 right non-phase.
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Channel Options and Jumper Settings
The studio monitor channel can be configured in a number of different ways depending
on the jumper options set on the board. The on-board processor’s software is configured
by jumpers J1 to J4 and channel identifying links. The control room monitor is identified by
having link LK11 fitted.
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The standard options available are;
•
Enable/disable global talkback.
•
Enable/disable talkback to loudspeakers.
•
Enable/disable talkback dimming on loudspeakers.
•
Enable/disable talkback dimming on headphones.
Summary of Jumper Settings for the Studio Monitor Channel
Jumper
Set over Pins
Effect
J1
1&2
None
Global talkback enabled.
Global talkback disabled.
J2
1&2
None
Studio Loudspeaker talkback enabled.
Studio Loudspeaker talkback disabled.
J3
1&2
None
Studio Loudspeaker talkback dimming enabled.
Studio Loudspeaker talkback dimming disabled.
J4
1&2
None
Studio Headphones talkback dimming enabled.
Studio Headphones talkback dimming disabled.
Note: Options in bold are set as default when shipped.
Jumper Options
J1 = Global T/B Enable
J2 = LS T/B Enable
J3 = LS Dim Enable
J4 = HP Dim Enable
LK11 Studio
J4 J3
J2 J1
Fig 17-1 : Studio Monitor Board Layout.
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Global Talkback Enable
Jumper J1 placed over pins 1 & 2 enables global talkback. This is a system whereby all
programme presenters, guests etc. can talk to each other from their individual microphones
via the monitoring system. When enabled, the system becomes active when the control
room and studio mutes are inactive i.e. no Mic channels with mic live muting are active. The
monitored source on each person’s headphones will dim by –12dB and they will be able
to talk and hear each other at a normal level. When a microphone channel fader is raised,
triggering a mute, the system will drop back into normal monitoring. The default setting for
J1 is disabled (not fitted).
Studio Loudspeaker Talkback Dim Enable
Jumper J3 placed across pins 1 & 2 enables talkback dimming of the studio monitor
loudspeakers. With J2 and J3 enabled, incoming talkback will dim the monitored source by
–12dB and talkback will be heard at normal level. The default setting for J3 is enabled.
Studio Headphones Talkback Dim Enable
Jumper J4 placed across pins 1 & 2 enables talkback dimming of the studio monitor
headphones. With J4 enabled, incloming talkback will dim the headphone source by –12dB
and talkback will be heard at normal level. The default setting for J4 is disabled (not fitted).
Presets
There are no presets to tamper with on the studio monitor channel.
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Studio Loudspeaker Talkback Enable
Jumper J2 placed over pins 1 & 2 enables talkback to the studio monitor loudspeakers. This
will allow talkback, activated by pressing the Studio T/B button, to replace the monitored
source on the loudspeaker monitors. If the monitors are already muted then talkback will
be muted too. Talkback will also appear on the studio headphones as a replacement to the
monitored source. The default setting for J2 is enabled.
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18 Meterbridge Modules
The meterbridge area can house different styles of metering, dual timer, PFL/Talkback
speaker, switcher and talkback modules. S2’s meterbridge modules are freely assignable so
that you can position them exactly where you want them.
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Three styles of dual meter panels, for displaying signal levels, are available for mounting in
the meterbridge: Dual VU panel S2-MVU, dual PPM panel S2-MPPM, and dual true PPM
panel S2-MPPT. The S2-ML53 is an LED meter for displaying both VU and PPM scales.
Illuminated LEDs on each meter panel indicate the monitoring source.
A meterbridge panel, S2-MPH can be linked to a dual meter panel and used to display
phase information on the selected source.
A meterbridge loudspeaker panel, S2-ML, can be used to monitor PFL and Reverse Talkback
via separate level controls. The speaker will mute in a “mic live” situation.
A comprehensive dual timer display, S2-MT, is available for timing events triggered from
mic or line input modules. The timer can also display the real time and date synchronised to
a standard time broadcast.
Two talkback panels are available. The S2-MTB6 can be used for communicating with up to
6 other mixers or dedicated talkback systems, and the S2-MTBS is used for interfacing with
a Sonifex Station Master.
A 3 button switch panel, S2-MSB3, is a meterbridge panel, 1 channel wide, with 3 buttons
which can be used for bespoke control of the S2, or for your own purposes, e.g. equipment
control.
S2-MPPM
Meterbridge PPM panel.
2-MPPT
Meterbridge true PPM meter panel.
S2-MVU
Meterbridge VU meter panel.
S2-ML53
Meterbridge LED Meter panel.
S2-MPH
Meterbridge Phase Meter panel.
S2-MT
Meterbridge dual timer panel.
S2-ML
Meterbridge loudspeaker monitor and talkback panel.
S2-MTB6
Meterbridge 6 way talkback panel.
S2-MTBS
Meterbridge Station Master talkback panel.
S2-MSB3
Meterbridge 3 button switch panel.
S2-MB1-5
Meterbridge blanking plate channel width 1-5.
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Meterbridge Distribution Board
The Meterbridge Distribution Board is situated in the rear section of the meterbridge
metalwork and is the interface between the channel area of the desk and the meterbridge
modules. Six connectors on the board provide power and various signals to the meterbridge
modules and it is therefore possible, where space permits, to install 1 x S2-ML, 1 x S2-MT,
and up to three of your chosen style of meter panels. Meters can be configured to display
PFL, PGM, or Monitor, which is the signal selected by the buttons on the PGM output
module. The sixth connector provides power only for customer option meterbridge units.
When the S2 is used for a split frame installation, a meterbridge distribution board is fitted
to each meterbridge section.
J1, J2 In Position A Output Meter Reads Stereo PGM
J1, J2 In Position B Output Meter Reads Stereo PGM Interrupted By PFL
J3 On Enables PFL LED On Output Meter Board
B
Spare Power Timer
PFL/ T/B LS
J2 J1 J3
B
A
A
From Output Module Monitor Meter PGM Output Meter PFL Meter
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The meterbridge distribution board has active circuitry allowing a basic mixer set up with
one set of meters displaying the PGM output, or PGM output interrupted by PFL. Jumpers
J1 and J2 select between: PGM output, jumpers over pins 1 & 2, or PGM interrupted by PFL,
jumpers over pins 2 & 3. Meters should be plugged up to the “Output Meter” connector, PL6.
The red “PFL” led will illuminate when PFL is being displayed.
Fig 18-1 : Meterbridge Distribution Board Layout.
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S2-MB1-5 Meterbridge Blanking Plates
Fig 18-2 : Blanking Plate.
Meterbridge blanking plates are available in channel widths from 1 to 5 inclusive and are
used to fill areas in the meterbridge not occupied by active modules.
S2-ML Meterbridge Loudspeaker Monitor Panel
Fig 18-3 : Loudspeaker Monitor Panel.
The speaker is used for monitoring PFL and reverse talkback in the control room directly
from the mixer. Two control knobs are provided for adjusting the levels of the PFL and
Talkback signals from cut-off at 0 to unity gain at 10. The speaker is muted automatically
when the control room mute is active, to prevent feedback.
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S2-MVU Meterbridge VU Meter Panel, S2-MPPM PPM Meter Panel,
S2-MPPT True PPM Meter Panel & S2-ML53 LED Meter Panel
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Fig 18-4 : PPM & True PPM Meter Panel.
Fig 18-5 : VU Meter Panel.
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Fig 18-6 : VU & PPM LED Meter Panel.
The dual meter panels are used for monitoring console signal levels.
The S2-MPPM panel has two fast-reading moving-coil meters with PPM-style scale.
The S2-MPPT panel has two moving-coil PPM movements, conforming to true PPM ballistics.
The S2-ML53 panel has an LED meter display with both PPM and VU scales.
The PPMs have a 1-7 scale and will be configured such that a 1kHz signal, at 0dBu at the
PGM output, will indicate a meter reading of 4. Each mark on the PPM scale indicates a 4dB
change in signal level.
The S2-MVU two moving coil VU meters will be configured such that a 1kHz signal, at +4dBu
at the PGM output, will indicate a meter reading of 0VU.
The LED meter panel displays both VU and PPM readings simultaneously.
The meters can be configured internally to be fed from one of three signal sources,
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PGM output which can optionally be interrupted by PFL. Plug into the
OUTPUT METER connector on the meterbridge distribution board, and set
jumpers J1-J3.
Select
The output of the meter switch on the AUD output module which can
show PGM, AUD,or CR MON, which is the selected monitor source on the
control room monitor module, (EXT 1, EXT 2,PGM, or AUD) interrupted
by PFL. Plug into the MONITOR METER connector on the meterbridge
distribution board.
PFL
The output of the PFL bus. Plug into the PFL METER connector on the
meterbridge distribution board.
It is therefore possible, depending on the frame size, to house up to three meter panels,
thereby providing a comprehensive metering system. Illuminated LEDs indicate the relevant
source shown on the meters.
The S2-ML53 has an adjustable pot accessible from the front panel which alters the meter
brightness, this can be altered using a jewellers screwdriver.
S2-MPH Meterbridge Phase Meter Panel
The S2-MPH is a phase meter which operates on the
selected source to the meters. 5 LED indicators show the
phase angle in 45 degree steps from 0 (in-phase) to 180
(out of phase). A separate phase meter can be linked to
each meter in the meterbridge by use of the supplied
in-line cable.
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Fig 18-7 : Phase Meter Panel.
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S2-MTB6 Meterbridge 6 Way Talkback Panel
Fig 18-8 : Meterbridge 6 Way Talkback Panel.
The S2-MTB6 Meterbridge Talkback Panel is used for communicating with up to 6 other
locations. While a button is pressed, the switch is illuminated and the talkback is active. The
buttons work with both a momentary and latched operation. If held down, the selection is
cancelled when released, otherwise the button is alternate action.
Rear Panel
External Talkback Connector
This 15 pin D type plug is used for connecting to other talkback panels in other mixers, or
dedicated talkback systems.
The connector pin-out is as follows;
Pin 1: Talkback 1 out phase.
Pin 2: Talkback 2 out phase.
Pin 3: Talkback 3 out phase.
Pin 4: Talkback 4 out phase.
Pin 5: Talkback 5 out phase.
Pin 6: Talkback 6 out phase.
Pin 7: Talkback in phase.
Pin 8: Ground.
Pin 9: Talkback 1 out non-phase.
Pin 10: Talkback 2 out non-phase.
Pin 11: Talkback 3 out non-phase.
Pin 12: Talkback 4 out non-phase.
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Pin 13: Talkback 5 out non-phase.
Pin 14: Talkback 6 out non-phase.
Pin 15: Talkback in non-phase.
Mixer Talkback Connector
This 9 pin D type plug is used for connecting the Talkback module to the Control Room
Monitor channel. The connection cable is supplied with the Talkback module, which plugs
into the S2-MTB6 via the mixer meterbridge housing, and down into the two talkback jack
sockets on the rear of the Control Room channel.
The connector pin-out is as follows;
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Pin 1: Talkback in phase (to mixer).
Pin 2: Talkback control.
Pin 3: No connection.
Pin 4: Talkback out phase (from mixer).
Pin 5: Ground.
Pin 6: Talkback in non-phase (to mixer).
Pin 7: No connection.
Pin 8: Talkback out non-phase (from mixer).
Pin 9: No connection.
Fig 18-9 : Meterbridge Station Master Talkback Panel.
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The S2-MTBS panel is used for interfacing with a Sonifex Station Master. See the Station
Master manual for functionality and connection information.
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Station Master Talkback Connector
This 25 pin D type socket is used for connecting to the Talkback connector on a Sonifex
Station Master.
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The connector pin-out is as follows;
Pin 1: +15V.
Pin 2: Offer switch.
Pin 3: Accept switch.
Pin 4: Delay switch.
Pin 5: Dump switch.
Pin 6: Talkback 1 switch.
Pin 7: Talkback 2 switch.
Pin 8: Talkback 3 switch.
Pin 9: Talkback 4 switch.
Pin 10: Talkback all switch.
Pin 11: Ground.
Pin 12: Talkback out.
Pin 13: Talkback control out.
Pin 14: Ground.
Pin 15: Offer indicator.
Pin 16: Accept indicator.
Pin 17: Delay indicator.
Pin 18: Dump indicator.
Pin 19: Talkback 1 indicator.
Pin 20: Talkback 2 indicator.
Pin 21: Talkback 3 indicator.
Pin 22: Talkback 4 indicator.
Pin 23: Talkback in.
Pin 24: Ground.
Pin 25: Ground.
Mixer Talkback Connector
This 9 pin D type plug is used for connecting the Talkback module to the Control Room
Monitor channel. The connection cable is supplied with the Talkback module, which plugs
into the S2-MTBS via the mixer meterbridge housing, and down into the two talkback jack
sockets on the rear of the Control Room channel.
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The connector pin-out is as follows;
S2-MSB3 S2 Meterbridge Switch Panel With 3 Buttons
This is a meterbridge panel, 1 channel wide, with 3 buttons which
can be used for bespoke control of the S2, or for your own purposes,
e.g. equipment control.
S2-MT Meterbridge Timer Panel
Fig 18-10 : S2-MSB3 S2
Meterbridge Switch
Panel With 3 Buttons.
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Pin 1: Talkback in phase (to mixer).
Pin 2: Talkback control.
Pin 3: No connection.
Pin 4: Talkback out phase (from mixer).
Pin 5: Ground.
Pin 6: Talkback in non-phase (to mixer).
Pin 7: No connection.
Pin 8: Talkback out non-phase (from mixer).
Pin 9: No connection.
Fig 18-11 : Meterbridge Timer Panel.
Overview
Each of the dual timers can be used for timing events triggered by Timer 1, Timer 2, or the
Mic fader open signal. In addition the upper timer is used for displaying the time of day and
the lower timer for displaying the date. The illumination pattern of the red LEDs indicates
the timer display mode.
The date and time can be synchronised to a very accurate internal clock or optionally from
an external source, MSF, DCF, SMPTE, or RS232 time code string.
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Panel Controls
START / STOP
When the display is in Timer 1, Timer 2 or MIC timer (manual) mode, this button causes
the timer to start, if currently stopped, or stop, if currently running. This button has other
functions when the display is in other modes, which are described below.
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RESET
When the display is in Timer 1, Timer 2 or MIC timer (manual) mode, this button causes the
timer to be reset, but only if that timer is not currently running.
MODE
Changes the current display mode from TIMER 1, to TIMER 2, to MIC, to TIME (or DATE) back
to TIMER 1 again. This button also has other functions, which are described below.
Quick Date View
Hold down the upper timer “START/STOP” button while in Time mode.
The Date will be displayed until the button is released.
Quick Time View
Hold down the lower timer “START/STOP” button while in Date mode.
The Time will be displayed until the button is released.
Rear Panel
RS232 Connector
This 9 pin D type plug is used for connecting to another RS232 enabled device (e.g PC’s Com
port).
The connector pin-out is as follows;
Pin 1: CD.
Pin 2: Receive Data (From PC).
Pin 3: Transmit Data (To PC).
Pin 4: DTR.
Pin 5: Ground.
Pin 6: DSR.
Pin 7: RTS.
Pin 8: CTS.
Pin 9: No internal connection.
NOTE: Only Pins 2 & 3 are currently used.
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MSF/DCF Antenna & SMPTE/EBU Connector
This 9 pin D type socket is used for receiving a time code signal from an MSF/DCF antenna
or other compatible sources.
The connector pin-out is as follows;
+VD: Digital power rail. ~8.5V.
Configuring The Timer
The timers are configured according to the following comprehensive instructions,
Setting The Time
•
Hold down the upper timer Mode button for 5 seconds.
•
The upper display will now be displaying the date with the year digits flashing.
•
Use the Start/Stop & Reset buttons to increment/decrement the year.
•
Then press the Mode button to select the Month, then the Day, Hour, Minutes,
Seconds.
•
When the seconds have been set, the next press of the Mode button stores the time,
and exit the time setting mode.
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Pin 1: Signal+.
Pin 2: Signal-.
Pin 3: Ground.
Pin 4: +VD.
Pin 5: No internal connection.
Pin 6: Ground.
Pin 7: Ground.
Pin 8: 5V.
Pin 9: 5V.
Setting The Mode
•
Hold down the lower timer Mode button for 5 seconds.
•
To increment Option numbers press the same mode button.
•
To increment/decrement sub option number use the Start/Stop & Reset buttons.
•
Continue to the last option (14), the next mode press will store the settings.
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Option
Number
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0
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Sub Option
Number
Description
-
Time Code Synchronisation Source
0
None
1
MSF Radio Time Code
2
DCF Radio Time Code
3
SMPTE/EBU Time Code
4
RS232 Time Code String
Time Code Synchronisation Source
There are numerous types of Radio Time Code that could be added to this list, but at
present only those listed are supported. Other time code options can be implemented
depending on availability of test sources and/or customer demand. The Time Codes
commonly supported are selectable via option 0.
Indication of Lock to Source
Hold down the upper timer “RESET” button while in TIME mode, a status indication will be
displayed. This code is identical to that of the time code output string:
0 = not locked, 1 = signal/not locked, 2 = locked
Also note that source number 0 (internal RTC) implies “not locked”.
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RS232 Port
The RS232 communications port is fully configurable, with separate options for data bits,
stop bits, and baud rate, which can all be set independently of each other.
Option
Number
1
3
4
5
Description
-
RS232 Data Bits
0
7 data bits
1
8 data bits
-
RS232 Stop Bits
0
1 stop bit
1
2 stop bits
-
RS232 Parity
0
None
1
Even parity
2
Odd parity
-
RS232 Baud Rate
0
9600 baud
1
19200 baud
2
38400 baud
3
57600 baud
4
115200 baud
-
RS232 Output
0
Disable
1
Enable
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2
Sub Option
Number
RS232 Output Format
A time code string can be output from the timer module for use in synchronising other
devices to the module.
“dd/mm/yy,hh:mm:ss,A,B,C,D,hh:mm:ss.tt,hh:mm:ss.tt,hh:mm:ss.tt\n\r”
DATE,TIME,[3 MODE CH],TIMER_1,TIMER_2,MIC_TIMER.
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A = Date string format. (See option no. 6)
B = Time code synchronisation source (see option no. 0)
C = Indication of lock to source 0 = not locked, 1 = signal/not locked, 2 = locked.
Also note that source number 0 (internal RTC) implies “not locked”.
D = Indication of presence of timecode signal 0 = No signal, 1 = Signal present.
\n = New Line.
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\r = Carriage return.
RS232 Input Format
“dd/mm/yy,hh:mm:ss\n\r”
DATE,TIME
(Date format is dependent on setting of option no. 6.)
Option
Number
6
Sub Option
Number
Description
-
Date Display Format
0
dd/mm/yy
1
dd/yy/mm
2
mm/dd/yy
3
mm/yy/dd
4
yy/dd/mm
5
yy/mm/dd
Timers and Timer Events
The timers and their event handling can be configured using the options below. If the timer
is not currently being displayed the module can automatically switch to this timer when
an event occurs. If the timer is currently running the event can trigger the timer to reset or
continue counting. On an event the display will freeze for a determined number of seconds.
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Option
Number
7
8
10
11
12
13
14
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Description
-
Timer1
0
On event do not display (unless already displayed)
1
On event show to display 1
2
On event show to display 2
-
Timer 1 Event Option
0
On event restart timer
1
On event split timer
-
Timer 2
0
On event do not display (unless already displayed)
1
On event show to display 1
2
On event show to display 2
-
Timer 2 Event Option
0
On event restart timer
1
On event split timer
-
Mic Timer
0
On event do not display (unless already displayed)
1
On event show to display 1
2
On event show to display 2
-
Mic Timer Control
0
Auto mode: The Mic timer is controlled via the Mic
fader only.
1
Manual mode: The Mic timer can be controlled via
the module control buttons and/or the Mic Fader.
-
Freeze Time
0
On second event freeze display for 1 second
1
On second event freeze display for 2 seconds
2
On second event freeze display for 3 seconds
3
On second event freeze display for 4 seconds
4
On second event freeze display for 5 seconds
-
Time Setting
0
Disallow while locked to time code source
1
Allow while locked to time code source
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Sub Option
Number
18
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19 Technical Specifications
TECHNIC AL SPECI FI C AT I ON S
Input/Output Impedances
Mic Input:
> 1k5Ω electronically balanced.
Mono Line Input:
> 20kΩ electronically balanced.
Stereo Line Input:
> 20kΩ electronically balanced.
PGM & AUD Output:
< 75Ω electronically balanced.
Mono Output:
< 75Ω electronically balanced.
Monitor Outputs:
< 75Ω unbalanced.
AES Input/Output:
110Ω
S/PDIF Input/Output:
75Ω
BNC Wordclock input:
50Ω
Input/Output Gain Range
Mic Input:
Preset pot +13dB to +66dB ref -50dBu,
TRIM pot ± 12dB
Mono Line Input:
Preset pot –6dB to +10dB ref 0dBu,
TRIM pot ± 12dB
Stereo Line Input:
Preset pot –6dB to +10dB ref 0dBu,
TRIM pot ± 12dB
Telco Input:
Preset pot –6dB to +10dB ref 0dBu,
TRIM pot ± 12dB
Telco Output:
Preset pot –6dB to +4dB ref 0dBu
Mix Minus Input:
Preset pot –6dB to +10dB ref 0dBu,
TRIM pot ± 12dB
Mix Minus Output:
Preset pot –3dB to +3dB ref 0dBu
Digital Input:
0dBFS = +12dBu on input; TRIM pot ±
12dB allowing 0dBu to +24dBu
Digital Output:
0dBFS = +18dBu
Frequency Response
Mic Input:
40Hz to 20kHz –1dB, +0dB (-3dB at
130Hz with HPF in).
Line Inputs:
20Hz to 20kHz –0.5dB, +0dB.
RIAA Input:
30Hz to 16kHz ± 1.5dB RIAA equalised.
Noise (20Hz to 20kHz)
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Mic Input E.I.N.:
-129dB with 150Ω source.
Stereo Inputs (fader down, no routing):
-89dB ref 0dB
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Stereo Inputs (fader down,
one channel routed):
-89dB
Stereo Inputs (unity gain, no routing):
-89dB
Stereo Inputs (unity gain, one channel routed):
-86dB
Stereo Inputs (unity gain,
two channels routed):
-83dB
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Distortion
Total Harmonic Distortion:
Crosstalk
Inter-channel:
< -90dBu.
Stereo:
-90dBu at 1kHz.
Equalisation
LF: Shelving at 100Hz.
± 7dB
HF: shelving at 6.5kHz.
± 7dB
Range
Pan Range
off/-3dB centre/off
Balance Range
± 6dB
Common Mode Rejection Ratio
Mic Input:
> 100dB at 70dB gain.
T E CHN I C AL SPECIFIC ATIONS
0.015% at 1kHz, 0dB.
0.025% at 10kHz, 0dB.
Digital I/O
Sync Input Sample Rate Range:
30kHz – 100kHz
Output Sample Rates (Using Onboard Clock):
32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz, & 96kHz
Output Sample Width:
16, 20, 24 bit
Output
Headphone Output Load
>45 ohms, recommended 400Ω
Maximum Output (Analogue)
+26dBu balanced into 2k or greater
Power
Power Rating (S2-PSU):
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Filtered IEC, switchable 115V, 230V,
fused, 210W max.
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S2 Mixer Weights and Boxed Dimensions
TECHNIC AL SPECI FI C AT I ON S
Mixer
Chassis Type
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Width (cm)
Depth (cm)
Height (cm)
Gross
Weight (kg)
Nett
Weight (kg)
S2-30
137
70
45
36
34
S2-25
100
70
45
33
31
S2-20
100
70
45
30
28
S2-15
100
70
45
27
25.5
S2-10
80
70
45
24
22.5
S2-05
60
70
45
21
19.5
Note : Weights are approximate and based on a mixer chassis fully loaded with channels.
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G LO S S A R Y
Glossary
The reduction of a signal level. Attenuation is usually measured in dB.
AES
Audio Engineering Society.
AES/EBU
Professional digital audio standard covering frame format, connections
and interfaces. Interface is usually on XLR sockets and plugs.
Balance
The relative levels of the left and right channels
of a stereo signal.
Cleanfeed
A cleanfeed is the signal produced by the telco module, which is used
as the output to be fed back to a caller on a telephone line. A true
cleanfeed is the sum of all the other signals, which constitute the
programme output, except for the caller’s audio.
Clipping
The onset of severe distortion in the signal path, usually
caused by the peak signal voltage being limited by the circuit’s
headroom.
CMRR
Common Mode Rejection Ratio. This is the ratio of the extent to which
a differential amplifier will cancel noise, which is present on both
inputs, compared to its ability to amplify the wanted signal.
Cross-talk
This is the amount of an unwanted signal which appears,
or is induced, on a different or unassimilated signal. The problem is
usually most prevalent with adjacent channels.
CUE
See PFL.
dB (decibel)
A ratio of two voltages or signal levels, expressed by the equation
G LOS S ARY
Attenuation
dB=20LOG(V1/V2)
Adding the suffix “u” denotes that the signal is relative to 0.775V RMS.
Adding the suffix “v” denotes that the signal is relative to 1V RMS.
De-emphasis
Pre-emphasis and de-emphasis are techniques used to improve
the overall signal to noise ratio in communication channels.
The frequency response of the channel is weighted with a 6 dB per
octave slope prior to transmission (pre-emphasis), and then the
inverse of this weighting is applied at the receiving end (de-emphasis)
to restore a flat frequency response.
EIN
Equivalent Input Noise. It is the ratio of output noise to the gain. It
describes the level of noise which would need to be fed into an ideal
amplifier to produce the measured output noise.
EQ
EQualisation. This is the method of cutting or boosting selected bands
of frequencies in the signal.
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Gain
The degree of amplification, or attenuation applied to a signal.
Hybrid
A device that allows a telephone line to be connected to a broadcast
desk in such a way that the caller may hear the programme output
without the caller’s voice being re-introduced onto the phone line.
Essentially a two to four wire converter.
LED
Light Emitting Diode.
Mix-minus
Another method of producing a cleanfeed, except that the caller’s
voice is removed from the signal electronically. Due to phasing
problems at the signal band edges, the mix-minus method often
produces a lower grade signal to the true cleanfeed method.
PAN
This controls the levels (usually of a mono signal) sent to the left and
right outputs and is an abbreviation of “panorama”.
PFL (CUE)
Pre Fade Listen, also called CUE. A function that allows the operator to
monitor the pre fader signal independently of the programme output.
Pre-emphasis
see De-emphasis.
S/PDIF
Sony/Phillips Digital Interface. Domestic digital audio interface
standard using phono connectors or optically using fibre-optic
connectors.
TBU
See hybrid.
T/B
Talkback (and reverse talkback, Rev T/B). This is the ability for two or
more studios to communicate with each other off-air.
Telco
TELephone COmmunication. The telco module is used by the
presenter to talk to telephone callers via a hybrid or TBU.
THD
Total Harmonic Distortion.
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INDEX
Index
A
ADC Calibration
Adding Telco Channels
AES/EBU Sync Input Connector
Alarm & Status Connector
R
84
13
80
21
6
11
11
12
117
D
Digital I/O
Distortion
D Type Connectors
117
117
7
E
Enabling Talkback On Mic Modules
Equalisation
12
117
F
Frequency Response
116
I
Input/Output Gain Range
Input/Output Impedances
Input Modules
116
116
11
M
Meterbridge Module Types
100
T
P
Power
Power Connector
Power Input Connectors
Power Output Connector
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S2-C6SS 6 Way Stereo Line Source
Select Channel
23
S2-CDSE Digital Dual Stereo Input
with EQ Channel
23
S2-CDS Digital Dual Stereo Input Channel 23
S2-CML Mic/Line Input Channel
22
S2-CMM Mic/Mic Input Channel
22
S2-CSE Dual Stereo Line Input
with EQ Channel
22
S2-CSG Stereo Line with Gram
Input Channel
23
S2-CSMM Stereo Mix-Minus Channel
23
S2-CS Dual Stereo Line Input Channel
22
S2-CT Telco Input Channel
23
S2-ML
100
S2-ML53
100
S2-MPH
100
S2-MPPM
100
S2-MPPT
100
S2-MT
100
S2-MTB6
100
S2-MTBS
100
S2-MVU
100
S2-ODAF Digital AUD Output Channel
With Master Fader
76
S2-ODPF Digital PGM Output Channel
With Master Fader
76
S2-OMC Control Room Monitor Channel
76
S2-OMS Studio Monitor Channel
77
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S2 MPH Meterbridge Phase Meter Panel 105
Safety of Mains Operated Equipment
iv, 17
System Block Diagrams
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I NDE X
C
Controlling an On-Air Light
Controlling a Mic Cue Light
Cough Switch and Talkback On
Mic Modules
Crosstalk
117
6
114
S
B
BNC Connector
Range
RCA Phono Connector
RS232 Input Format
117
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21
21
Timers and Timer Events
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W
Warranty and Liability
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N OT E S
N OT E S
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N OT E S
NOT E S
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