Matrix Mixer Amplifier
Ideal for multi-zone paging
and music distribution in
room-combining applications.
sound without compromise
CP-9550M2 & CP-9500M2
Matrix Mixer Amplifier
• The compact solution for conference rooms,
gymnasiums or restaurants.
Enhanced GUI programming interface for PC configuration and uploading/downloading of settings.
• Designed for a multitude of applications
including audiovisual, zone paging, room
combining and many more.
Dual Channel Digital Signal Processor (DSP) on Input
& Output channels:
Flexible, Integrated Operating System (Mixer + Paging
Exceptional Audio Quality: 24-bit, 48 kHz sampling
• Can be used in conjunction with optional
modules as mixer or paging amplifier by
settings, depending on the application.
• Mixer functions along with simultaneous Priority Paging Matrix activation, each with 32 presets.
• Scene memory (x32) contains all mixer (non-priority) settings
• 10-Band Parametric EQ, High and Low Pass Filters,
Bass and Treble, Loudness, Compressor, Gate, Ducker,
• Paging memory (x32) contains global (static) input settings,
independent Xpoint assignments, paging trigger & paging
output levels for all high priority (1, 2 & 3) inputs.
Output channels only:
• Both scene & paging memories are stored in a single template along with remote assignments, security lock and other
global functions
NOM (Automix)
• Delay, TOA Speaker EQ Presets
DSP included on CP-9550M2 / CP-9500M2 Mainframe
Outputs, D-001T, D-001R and T-001T modules
• Mixer & Paging functions are independent and mixer (scene)
settings will not affect paging (event) functions.
Initial Setup Wizards
Dual Channel Power Amplifier
• CP-9550M2: 550 W (4 Ω) or 350 W (8 Ω)
• CP-9500M2: 500 W (100V line, high impedance 20 Ω)
Efficient – digital power amplifier efficiency as high as
80 % to 90 %, more than 60 % reduction in energy consumption compared to analog power amplifier.
High stability – provide comprehensive protection
circuitry in response to excessive current load, abnormal
short circuit, DC voltage output & the heat sink temperature rises.
Independent power supply – for each channel independent power supply design, even if a channel fails, it will
not affect the other channel.
Multiple Input Priority Modes sets priority order when
multiple inputs with the same priority level and output
assignment are broadcast.
Stereo Link – mirrors all the settings of one channel to
the adjacent channel, reducing redundant setup tasks
for stereo signals. Useful for stereo zone applications
Remote Controller Settings
Module Configuration Settings
Displays possible selections according to module insertion rules, ensuring correct system configuration.
Input & Output Channel Name
The names set using these screens
are carried over into subsequent
remote controller and paging configuration screens, streamlining the
setting process.
Easy pull-down menu facilitates complex
The remote controller buttons can be used to switch
scene memory, turn output sources on or off, and
control the start and stop of paging. The output
source on/off function includes Simultaneous Mode,
which allows simultaneous output from multiple
sources, and Exclusive Mode, which allows selection of only one output source. Knobs on the remote
controller adjust the volume for the selected inputoutput channels.
Speaker Line Switching – select up to four speaker lines
from a single amplifier output using optional model
SS-9001 Speaker. Selector and AD-246 Power Supply.
RS-232C serial port
• Allows upload & download of programming templates
and firmware upgrades as well as real-time control of
various parameters.
EQ Settings
Select from 3 types: LPF, HPF and PEQ.
Up to 12 filters can be applied to each input-output
channel. TOA‘s Speaker preset EQ is visible in graphic display. Use the Adjust button to change and
check the effects of EQ settings on the fly. Use the
Enable check boxes to deactivate filters without
erasing their settings. Use the All Bypass button to
disable all filters at once. Using these in conjunction
with the Adjust button allows EQ effects to be compared efficiently.
Paging Settings
Set 3-level prioritized paging for each activation
trigger (up to 32)
To handle multiple simultaneous paging calls with the
same priority level, the system can be set for “FIFO” (first
in, first out), “LIFO” (last in, first out), or “MIX” (mixing). This
allows paging settings to handle situations requiring sophisticated priority orders, for example in mass notification
systems. It is also possible to make settings that cause
a contact to be closed with the initiation of each page, a
feature that can be used to illuminate a strobe, call up a
CCTV camera’s preset positions, or enable audio or video
recording via external equipment. Additionally, the optional
S-20S module allows different messages to be broadcast
corresponding to individual triggered outputs.
• Control protocol available
• AMX and Crestron control modules available
* AMX is a trademark of AMX Corporation. Crestron is a trademark of
Crestron Electronics, Inc.
Cross Points Settings
Up to 32 preprogrammed broadcast patterns
that switch according to each scene can be
stored in the scene memory.
Dual Mic/Line Input
Module with DSP
Two Balanced
Mic / Line Inputs
Digital Signal
• 10-Band Parametric EQ
• Bass / Treble
• Loudness
• High and Low Pass Filters
• Compressor
Line Input
Module with DSP
Adjustable Sensitivity
(9 levels, -60 to -10 dBV)
Phantom Power
(24 VDC)
Removable Terminal
Maximum four per
Required for VOX
function and input
Two RCA phone inputs
per channel provides
stereo summing
Digital Signal Processing
• 10-Band Parametric EQ
• Bass / Treble
• Loudness
• High and Low Pass Filters
• Compressor
Ambient Noise
Controller Module
adjusts output gain
to compensate for
changes in ambient
noise level
Each input can be
assigned to control
a specific output
Telephone Zone
Paging Module
Two inputs with
+24VDC phantom
power for condenser
14 preset gain ratios
Accessory sensing
micro phone: AN-9001
Maximum two per
Telephone paging
to up to eight zones
DTMF dialing to
access outputs
Dial up to eight
output zones in
one operation
Analog extension
or page port
Dual Line
Output Module
Page port operation
requires contact
closure activation
RJ-11 Telephone
Jack and Removable
Terminal Blocks
Maximum one per
Two Balanced
Line Outputs
Digital Signal
• 10-Band Parametric EQ
• Bass / Treble
• Loudness
• High and Low Pass Filters
• Compressor
• TOA speaker EQ presets
Control Module
Removable Terminal
Maximum three per
8 assignable
control inputs
for activating
Event, Volume
Up/Down, Mute,
Power On/Off,
Emergency Mute or
Sync On/Off
RS-485 Control
Eight assignable
control outputs for
activating external
Terminal Block
Maximum one per
Allows use of up to
16 RS-485 remote
control panels
Bi-directional RS-485
provides control
and status feedback
display for each
remote function
Dual ports allows
independent home
runs for up to 8 modules
each 24V DC power adapter
(optional AD-246) required
for each 1 port used
For control option
slot on mainframe in
addition to a C-001T
Power Supply
220 - 240 VAC (50 / 60 Hz)
Power Consumption
253 W (according to IEC/EN 60065)
Audio Input
220 W (according to IEC/EN 60065)
Max. 8 channels, modular construction (modules optional)
Speaker Output
550 W x 2 (4 Ω), 350 W (8 Ω), Connector: Neutrik NL4MD-H-1 x 2
500 W x 2 (20 Ω), Connector: M4 screw terminal
Class D (100 V)
Module Slot
Analog input (slot 1 - 8): -10dB*, 10k Ω, unbalanced
Control Input/Output
RS-232C, D-sub connector (9P, female)
Control input: 4, no-voltage make contact, open voltage: 3.3V DC, short-circuit current: 1mA or less, removable terminal block (14 pins)
Control output: 4 outputs, open collector output, withstand voltage: 27V DC,control current: 50mA, removable terminal block (14 pins)
Remote volume: 2 channels, connect a 10k Ω/linear taper variable resistor or input the DC voltage of 0 to 10V, removable terminal block (14
Signal processing
24 bit / 48 kHz
Cross Talk
> 60 dB (20 kHz)
Tone Control Bass: +/-12dB (at 100Hz), Treble: +/-12dB (at 10kHz)
Parametric EQ 10 bands, Freq: 20Hz – 20kHz, 31 steps, Variable range: +/- 12dB, Q: 0.3 – 5
Speaker Equalizer 10 (setup software has 30 TOA speaker presets)
High-pass Filter -12dB/oct, Variable frequency range: 20Hz - 20kHz, 31 steps
Low-pass Filter -12dB/oct, Variable frequency range: 20Hz - 20kHz, 31 steps
Compressor Depth: 1 – 5
Delay 0 – 40 ms (1 ms steps), maximum 40 ms (CH1 + CH2)
Scene/Event Memory 32
Auxiliary Function Key lock function
Frequency Response
20 Hz ... 20 000 Hz
< 0,008 %
S/N Ratio
< 0.3 %
90 dB
85 dB
Operating Temperature
-10° to 40 °C
Operating Humidity
35% to 80% RH (no condensation)
Panel: aluminum, hair-line, black; Case: surface-treated steel plate, black paint
Dimensions (B x H x T)
420 x 107.6 x 415 mm
9.6 kg (without modules)
Remote Panel
Six assignable buttons to activate preset selection or volume up/down
Operates on Remote Volume Control with RC-001T on the back panel
Remote Control Panel
Four assignable buttons each with LED status indicator can control Xpoint settings (on/off, select), paging activation, scene and relay activation
Assignable ID rotary adjustment on
box T
Remote Control Panel
Four assignable buttons each with
LED status indicator can control
Xpoint settings (on/off, select), paging activation, scene and relay activation
Assignable ID rotary adjustment
on box
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Remote Panel
preset selection or volume up/down
Variable knob to control volume
Operates on Remote Volume Control
terminal on the 9000M2 back panel
Remote Panel
Works with contact inputs on
mainframe and on C-001T
Six buttons - 4 locking with label strips and 2 momentary buttons for control program change,
volume up/down, channel on/
mute, emergency mute, power, paging prohibit function.
Four assignable buttons to activate Remote Control Panel
Rotary Encoder can be assigned to control any input or output volume
Multiple input or outputs may be “ganged” for
Master volume terminals
Multi-segment LED indicator provides
visual volume level status
Remote Control Panel
Eight assignable buttons each with LED status indicator can
control Xpoint settings (on/off,
select), paging activation, scene and relay activation
Assignable ID rotary adjustment
on box
Ambient Noise
Sensing Microphone
Ceiling or wall-mount
condenser microphone
Fits one gang electrical box
Use with AN-001T module
Speaker Selector
Two amplifier inputs for Paging/BGM applications
Requires optional 24VDC power supply(AD-246)
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