ANDIAMO.XT (SRC) Hardware Guide
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D.O.TEC® ANDIAMO.XT (SRC)
Hardware Guide
Version 1.7
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Table of Contents
Table of contents
About This Manual 5
How to Use This Manual Conventions 5
5
CHAPTER 1: Overview
6
Introduction6
Feature Summary
7
Applications8
CHAPTER 2: Legal issues & facts 10
Before Installing This Device 10
Defective Parts/Modules 10
First Aid (in case of electric shock) 11
Updates 12
Intended Operation 12
Conditions of Warranty 12
Conformity & Certificates 13
Contact 13
Contents 14
Accessories14
CHAPTER 3: Installation
16
Installing the Device 16
CHAPTER 4: Operation
20
Introduction 20
Global Control
20
Menu Control
21
Clocking22
Sample Rates
24
Output Format
26
Level Settings
27
Level Meters - analog I/O
28
Level Meters - digital I/O [XT Version]
29
Level Meters - digital I/O [XT SRC Version]
30
Signal Routing
32
MADI / Word clock / USB
34
Delay Compensation
35
AES3 Input / Output
36
Analog Input / Output
37
CHAPTER 5: Menu Navigation
Menu Navigation - Signal Routing [XT Version]
Menu Navigation - Signal Routing [XT SRC Version]
Menu Navigation - System Settings
38
38
42
44
CHAPTER 6: Troubleshooting and
Maintenance47
Troubleshooting47
Maintenance47
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CHAPTER 7: Technical Data
48
Appendix A: Wiring DSUB-25
51
DSUB-25 - analog (female)
DSUB-25 - AES3 (female)
51
51
Appendix B: Configuration Examples
52
Index54
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About This Manual
About this Manual
how to use this Manual
This manual guides you through the installation and operation of the
ANDIAMO.XT (SRC).
Use the Table of Contents at the beginning of the manual or Index
Directory at the end of the document to locate help on a particular
topic.
You can access more information and latest news by visiting on the
DirectOut website at www.directout.eu.
This document relates to the ANDIAMO.XT and the ANDIAMO.XT
SRC. Split sections are marked with an individual side bar.
XT Version
ANDIAMO.XT
XT SRC Version
ANDIAMO.XT SRC
Conventions
The following symbols are used to draw your attention to:
tips – indicate useful tips and shortcuts.
notes – are used for important points of clarification or cross references.
warning
Warnings – alert you when an action should always be observed.
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CHAPTER 1: Overview
ChAPtER 1: overview
introduction
Welcome to the ANDIAMO.XT (SRC), D.O.TEC’s high quality
AD/DA converter for MADI and AES signals.
The ANDIAMO.XT (SRC) provides one MADI input and output,
16 AES inputs and outputs and 32 channels analog inputs and outputs.
ANDIAMO.XT
The AES inputs are equipped with sample rate converters
- switchable in groups of eight channels. [SRC Version only]
ANDIAMO.XT SRC
With two RU height, two redundant power supplies and excellent
sounding converters the device offers best and safe audio quality at
a minimal need of rackspace.
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Feature Summary
MADI Ports
1 x MADI input and output
SC multi-mode connectors (SC version)
or
coaxial BNC connectors (BNC version)
MADI Formats
56/64 channel, 48k/96k Frame, S/MUX 2
AES Ports
16 x AES3 input (4 x DSUB-25 I/O) *
16 x AES3 output (4 x DSUB-25 I/O)
*) SRC Version: input SRCs switchable
in groups of eight channels
Sample Rates
44.1, 48, 88.2, 96 kHz +/-12.5%
Clock Inputs
1 x Word clock coaxial BNC (75 Ω
termination switchable)
This input also accepts an
AES3 frame (AES11).
Clock Output
1 x Word clock coaxial BNC
Line Inputs
4 x DSUB-25 (8 channels each)
Line Outputs
4 x DSUB-25 (8 channels each)
USB Port
USB 2.0 port for firmware
updates and remote control.
Routing Matrix
Signal routing on a per channel
basis - 128 x 128 routing matrix.
Remote Control
Software Remote control via USB,
Serial over MADI or MIDI over MADI
Power Supply
This device is equipped with two wide
range power supplies (84 V to 264 V
AC / 47 Hz to 63 Hz / safety class 1).
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Applications
ANDIAMO.XT (SRC) can be used for conversion, monitoring, recording and routing of analog and digital signals.
Typical applications include:
• monitoring digital audio
• recording line signals
• signal routing / distribution (128 x 128 cross points)
• conversion from / to AES to / from MADI
• integration of asynchronous AES signals [SRC Version]
• mixed conversion of AES and analog signals to MADI
• format conversion of MADI signals
• ...
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analog in - 4 x 8 channels
CHAPTER 1: Overview
digital in - 4 x 8 channels
MADI In
MADI Out
analog out - 4 x 8 channels
digital out - 4 x 8 channels
analog in - 4 x 8 channels
digital in - 4 x 8 channels
ANDIAMO.XT
MADI In
SRC
analog out - 4 x 8 channels
SRC
SRC
SRC
MADI Out
digital out - 4 x 8 channels
ANDIAMO.XT SRC
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CHAPTER 2: Legal issues & facts
ChAPtER 2: legal issues & facts
before installing this device
warning
Please read and observe ALL of the following notes before
installing this product:
• Check the hardware device for transport damage.
• Any devices showing signs of mechanical damage or damage
from the spillage of liquids MUST NOT be connected to the
mains supply, or disconnected from the mains immediately by
pulling out the power lead.
• All devices MUST be grounded. The device is grounded
through its IEC power connections.
• All devices MUST be connected to the mains using the threecord power leads supplied with the system. Only supply
electrical interfaces with the voltages and signals described in
these instructions.
• Do NOT use the device at extreme temperatures. Proper operation can only be guaranteed between temperatures of 5º C
and 45º C and a maximum relative humidity of 80 %, noncondensing.
• The cabinet of the device will heat up. DO NOT place the
device close to heating sources (e.g. heaters). Observe the
environmental conditions.
defective Parts/Modules
warning
This device contains no user-serviceable parts. Therefore do NOT
open the device.
In the event of a hardware defect, please send the device to your
D.O.TEC® representative together with a detailed description of the
fault.
We would like to remind you to please check carefully whether the failure is caused by erroneous configuration, operation or connection before sending parts for repair. See „CHAPTER 6: Troubleshooting and
Maintenance“ on page 47 for assistance with troubleshooting.
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first Aid (in case of electric shock)
warning
• DO NOT touch the person or his/her clothing before power
is turned off, otherwise you risk sustaining an electric shock
yourself.
• Separate the person as quickly as possible from the electric
power source as follows:
 Switch off the equipment.
 Unplug or disconnect the mains cable.
• Move the person away from the power source by using dry
insulating material (such as wood or plastic).
• If the person is unconscious:
 Check their pulse and reanimate if their respiration is
poor.
 Lay the body down and turn it to one side. Call for a doctor immediately.
• Having sustained an electric shock, ALWAYS consult a doctor.
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updates
D.O.TEC® products are continually in development, and therefore
the information in this manual may be superseded by new releases.
To access the latest documentation, please visit the DirectOut website: www.directout.eu.
This guide refers to firmware version 3.1.
intended operation
The ANDIAMO.XT (SRC) is designed for conversion of audio signals from digital to digital, analog to digital and vice versa. In this
context digital audio refers to a MADI signal (AES10) and AES signal (AES3).
warning
No compensation can be claimed for damages caused by operation
of this unit other than for the intended use described above. Consecutive damages are also excluded explicitly. The general terms
and conditions of business of DirectOut GmbH are applied.
Conditions of warranty
This unit has been designed and examined carefully by the manufacturer and complies with actual norms and directives.
Warranty is granted by DirectOut GmbH over the period of two years
for all components that are essential for proper and intended operation of the device. The date of purchase is applied for this period.
warning
All claims of warranty will expire once the device has been opened
or modified, or if instructions and warnings were ignored.
For warranty claims please contact the dealer where your device
was acquired.
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Conformity&Certificates
CE
This device complies with the basic requests of applicable EU guidelines. The appropriate procedure for approval has been carried out.
Rohs
(Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances)
This device was constructed fulfilling the directive on the restriction
of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment 2002/95/EC.
wEEE
(Directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment)
Due to the directive 2002/96/EC for waste disposal this device must
be recycled.
For correct recycling please dispatch the device to:
IMM Elektronik GmbH,
Leipziger Strasse 32
09648 Mittweida
Germany
Only stamped parcels will be accepted!
WEEE-Reg.-No. DE 93924963
Contact
Sales:
DirectOut GmbH, Leipziger Strasse 32, 09648 Mittweida, Germany
Phone: +49 (0)3727 6205-333 // Fax: +49 (0)3727 6205-56
www.directout.eu
Manufacturer:
IMM Elektronik GmbH, Leipziger Strasse 32, 09648 Mittweida,
Germany
Phone: +49 (0)3727 6205-0 // Fax: +49 (0)3727 6205-56
www.imm-gruppe.de
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Contents
The contents of your ANDIAMO.XT (SRC) package should include:
• 1 x ANDIAMO.XT (SRC) (19’’, 2 RU)
• 2 x power chord
• 2 x fixing unit for power plug
• 1 x Hardware Guide
To complete the delivery please download from the DirectOut
website:
• Software Guide ANDIAMO Remote
• D.O.TEC® USB Serial driver
• ‘ANDIAMO Remote’ application
http://www.directout.eu/en/support/downloads/andiamo.xt.html
Accessories
D.O.TEC® BREAKOUT series
The BREAKOUT series are adaptor boxes - available in different
variants - to widen the application range of the D.O.TEC® ANDIAMO series.
Each box is equipped with XLR connectors at the front panel and
DSUB-25 connectors at the rear panel. Audio signals are carried
passively between front and rear panel.
Five different models are available:
BREAKOUT.AN8 - analog input / output, 8 channels
BREAKOUT.AN16I - analog input, 16 channels
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BREAKOUT.AN16O - analog output, 16 channels
BREAKOUT.AES - digital input / output, 8 AES ports (16 channels)
BREAKOUT.AESid - digital input / output, 16 AESid ports (32 channels)
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CHAPTER 3: Installation
ChAPtER 3: installation
installing the device
1. Open the packaging and check that the contents have been
delivered complete and undamaged.
2. Fix the device in a 19’’ frame with four screws, or place it on
a non-slip horizontal surface.
warning
Avoid damage from condensation by waiting for the device to adapt
to the environmental temperature. Proper operation can only be
guaranteed between temperatures of 5º C and 45º C and a maximum relative humidity of 80%, non-condensing.
Ensure that the unit has sufficient air circulation for cooling.
3. Remove the protective cap from the optical MADI port(s)
before use.
Retain the protective cap if the optical port is unused. This will protect against soiling which can lead to malfunction.
4. Connect signal cable for the MADI signals.
ANDIAMO.XT (SRC) - SC version (optical)
ANDIAMO.XT (SRC) - BNC version (coaxial)
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5. Connect the signal cables1 for the analog and digital audio signals to the DSUB-25 connectors (TASCAM pinout - see page 51).
warning
Do not connect voltage sources to the analog outputs. This may
cause damage at the output stages. Observe the technical specifications - see „CHAPTER 7: Technical Data“ on page 48.
6. Optional: Connect an USB cable to the USB port for remote
control or firmware updates. This requires the D.O.TEC® USB
driver (Windows) being installed first. The driver and the installation instructions are available at www.directout.eu.
Link: http://www.directout.eu/en/support/downloads/andiamo.xt.html
7. Using the power cords provided connect both PSUs to a
matching power supply:
warning
This device Must be connected to the mains using the three-cord
power leads supplied with the system. Only supply the voltages and
signals indicated (84 V – 264 V).
This device may operate with only one power supply. To provide
power supply redundancy, it is recommended to connect both PSU 1
and PSU 2 to independent power supplies with separate fuses.
1
signal cables are not included in delivery
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8. Turn on the power switch and check the status of PSUs on
the front panel:
The first seconds after switch-on the actual firmware is indicated by
the lower metering panel - e.g. firmware version 3.1.
Use the D.O.TEC® Release Map to match your D.O.TEC® device
with the latest firmware or software release.
Link: http://www.directout.eu/upload/dokumente/dotec_release_map.pdf
To update the firmware an installed D.O.TEC® USB Serial driver (Windows) and the D.O.TEC® Update Tool are necessary. The software
and the installation instructions are available at www.directout.eu.
Link: http://www.directout.eu/en/support/downloads/andiamo.xt.html
Keep any packaging in order to protect the device should it need to
be dispatched for service.
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9. Installation of D.O.TEC® USB Serial driver
• download the D.O.TEC® USB Serial driver
• download the ‘Installation Guide for USB Control’
Link: http://www.directout.eu/en/support/downloads/andiamo.xt.html
• follow the installation instructions in the ‘Installation Guide for
USB Control’
10. Installation of ‘ANDIAMO Remote’
• download the ‘Software Guide ANDIAMO Remote‘
• download the ‘ANDIAMO Remote’ application
Link: http://www.directout.eu/en/support/downloads/andiamo.xt.html
• follow the installation instructions in the ‘Software Guide ANDIAMO REMOTE’
11. Start the ‘ANDIAMO Remote’ application
• Check selected COM port or MIDI I/O
• Click ‘CONNECT’
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CHAPTER 4: Operation
ChAPtER 4: operation
introduction
This chapter describes the basic operation of the device. Note that
throughout this manual, the abbreviation FS refers to sample rate or
sample frequency. So, when dealing with scaling factors, the following sample rates can be written as:
• 44.1 kHz = 1 FS; 88.2 kHz = 2 FS
or
• 48 kHz = 1 FS; 96 kHz = 2 FS
global Control
The control on the right of the front panel indicates the power supply. Power switches are on the back panel:
Power
2 switches
Enable / disable power supply.
Psu 1 & Psu 2
2 lEds (green): indicate the status
of both power supply units
LED OFF = Power supply inactive
LED ON = Power supply active
The green LEDs (PSU 1 & PSU 2) indicate that a working power
supply is connected to the power supply unit. Note that an unlit LED
does not guarantee that the device is free of voltage. To ensure
that the device is completely disconnected from mains voltage, the
power chords must be disconnected.
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Menu Control
All functions of the converter can be accessed using a simple menu.
Two pairs of push buttons are used for navigation and settings.
The upper pair is used to configure the signal routing - see „Menu
Navigation - Signal Routing” on page 38 [XT Version] or page 42
[XT SRC Version].
The lower pair controls the system settings - clock source, sample
rate, analog levels and MADI output format - see „Menu Navigation
- System Settings“ on page 44.
sElECt
button
Press longer than 2 seconds to
enter the menu. Press short for
navigation in menu mode.
sEt
button
Only active in menu mode. Press short
to adjust a setting. Press longer than
2 seconds to toggle the Matrix Mode.
When the menu mode is active a LED will blink in one of the sections while the remaining LEDs of this section are glowing weak.
This indicates:
• a setting can be adjusted in this section
• the blinking LED(s) is the selected option in this section
After a short period of time the menu mode is exit automatically.
Blinking LEDs are also used to indicate an error (e.g. missing sync).
Concentrate on the section where one LED is blinking and the remaining LEDs are glowing weak.
Most settings can be adjusted either locally or via the remote application (ANDIAMO Remote).
A few settings can be accessed via the remote application only:
• configuration of the system fan control
• redundancy mode (only devices with two MADI I/Os)
• routing matrix
The settings are stored inside the device.
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ANDIAMO.XT
ANDIAMO.XT SRC
Clocking
The system clock can be set to one of four possible clock sources
in the menu - see „CHAPTER 5: Menu Navigation“ on page 38.
The LEDs on the front panel inform about selection and sync state
of the selected source.
XT SRC Version:
For integration of AES signals that are not in sync with the selected
system clock, each AES input is equipped with a sample rate converter. These may be switched on in groups of eight channels - see
„Sample Rate Conversion [XT SRC Version]“ on page 43.
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int
lEd (green): indicates use of internal
clock generator as clock source
LED ON = Clock source
set to internal clock generator
AEs*
lEd (green): indicates use
of AEs as clock source
LED ON = Clock source set to AES input
LED blinking = Clock source set to AES and
no signal present or all SRCs switched on
wCK
lEd (green): indicates use of
word clock as clock source
LED ON = Clock source set to word clock
LED blinking = Clock source
set to word clock and no signal present
LED blinking pattern = signal
locked but not in sync
75Ω
lEd (yellow): indicates the termination
status of the word clock input
LED ON = Termination active
LED OFF = Termination inactive
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MAdi
lEd (green): indicates use of
MAdi input as clock source
LED ON = Clock source set to MADI input
LED blinking = Clock source
set to MADI input and no signal present
sYnC
lEd (green): indicates use of
MAdi input as clock source
LED ON = MADI input signal is in sync
LED blinking = MADI input signal
is locked but not in sync
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*) 16 SYNC LEDs in the metering section indicate the sync state of each AES port individually.
Another 16 SRC LEDs indicate the activation status of the sample rate converters at each
AES input port - see „Level Meters - digital I/O [XT SRC Version]“ on page 30.
If the clock source is set to AES the selection of the AES port as
clock source uses the following pattern in ascending order:
lowest input port receiving a valid AES signal and SRC switched off
Automatic AES port selection - a change of the AES input signal
condition or changing the activation status of the SRCs may result
in a different clock source.
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sample Rates
The scaling factor and the base sample rate are indicated by three
LEDs.
2 fs
lEd (yellow): indicates scaling
factor of operation
LED ON = Scaling factor of
sample rate set to 2 FS
LED OFF = Scaling factor of
sample rate set to 1 FS
48k
lEd (green): indicates the use of
48 khz as base sample rate.
LED ON = Base sample rate set to 48 kHz
44.1k
lEd (green): indicates the use of
44.1 khz as base sample rate.
LED ON = Base sample rate set to 44.1 kHz
With the clock set to internal (INT) the sample rate can be adjusted
in the menu. All other clock sources (word clock, AES, MADI) define
the base rate automatically.
The scaling factor of the sample rate has to be defined manually
when the clock source is set to internal or AES or word clock.
When a MADI signal is used as clock source, the device will switch
to 2 FS operation automatically when a 96k Frame signal has been
detected. With 48k Frame signals no distinction is possible between
1 FS and 2 FS - so the scaling factor has to be set manually.
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Settings depending on clock source:
Clock source
base rate set
scaling factor set
int
manually
manually
AEs
automatically
manually
wCK
automatically
manually
MAdi
automatically
manually*
*) A 96k Frame signal will force scaling factor to 2 FS temporarily.
If the clock source is set to AES, word clock or MADI input no adjustment of the base rate is possible - the measured frequency of the
clock source is indicated then.
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output format
The format of the MADI output signal can be defined - allowing for
format conversion of the MADI signal. The output signal status is
indicated by two LEDs.
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56 ch
lEd (green): indicates the
channel format (64 ch or 56 ch)
of the MAdi output signal.
LED ON = MADI output is
set to 56 (28@2 FS) channel mode.
LED OFF = MADI output is
set to 64 (32@2 FS) channel mode.
96k
lEd (yellow): indicates the frame
format @2 fs (48k frame or 96k frame)
of the MAdi output signal.
LED ON = MADI output is set to 96k Frame
LED OFF = MADI output is set to 48k Frame
96k Frame is available with 2 FS only.
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level settings
The sensitivity of the AD and DA converters can be switched between two settings (high and low) where the analog level corresponds to 0 dBFS.
Depending on the model of the ANDIAMO the sensitivity levels are
different.
Four LEDs inform about the sensitivity that can be adjusted for input
and output separately.
high
lEd (green): indicates the adjusted
sensitivity of the converter.
LED ON = +15 dBU (+18 dBU / +24 dBU)
low
lEd (green): indicates the adjusted
sensitivity of the converter.
LED ON = +6 dBU (+9 dBU / +15 dBU)
With the level setting to “low” a digital gain (input) or a digital reduction (output) is applied to adapt the lower analog level (-9 dB).
The model of the ANDIAMO.XT (SRC) is a configure to order option. It is marked at the rear panel of the device.
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level Meters - analog i/o
All 32 analog channels have individual signal metering each with
three LEDs. As the sensitivity of the converters may be varied the
trigger threshold of each LED corresponds to the digital scale (dbFS).
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ovR
lEd (red): indicates an
analog input overload
LED ON = analog input signal
equals to more than -0.5 dBFS
sig (input)
lEd (green): indicates
signal level of channel input
LED ON = analog input signal
equals to more than -80 dBFS
The light intensity of the LEDs
depends on the audio level.
sig (output)
lEd (green): indicates
signal level of channel output
LED ON = analog output signal
equals to more than -80 dBFS
The light intensity of the LEDs
depends on the audio level.
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level Meters - digital i/o [XT Version]
All 16 AES ports have an individual display with three LEDs each.
A SYNC LED indicates the sync state for each port individually. The
clock priority follows an ascending order (port 1, port 2, ...).
lEd (green): indicates
sync status of the AEs input
LED ON = AES signal is in sync
LED blinking = AES input signal is
locked but not in sync or scaling
factor does not match.
LED OFF = no signal detected
sig (input)
lEd (green): indicates
signal level of channel input
LED ON = digital input signal
equals to more than -80 dBFS
The light intensity of the LEDs
depends on the audio level.
sig (output)
lEd (green): indicates
signal level of channel output
LED ON = digital output signal
equals to more than -80 dBFS
The light intensity of the LEDs
depends on the audio level.
XT Version
sYnC (Port 1-16)
If the clock source is set to AES the selection of the AES port as
clock source uses the following pattern in ascending order:
lowest input port receiving a valid AES signal
Automatic AES port selection - a change of the AES input signal
condition may result in a different clock source.
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level Meters - digital i/o [XT SRC Version]
XT SRC Version
All 16 AES ports have an individual display with four LEDs each. A
SYNC LED indicates the sync state for each port individually. The
clock priority follows an ascending order (port 1, port 2, ...).
sYnC (Port 1-16)
lEd (green): indicates
sync status of the AEs input
LED ON = AES signal is in sync
LED blinking = AES input signal is
locked but not in sync or scaling
factor does not match.
LED OFF = no signal detected
sRC (Port 1-16)
lEd (blue): indicates activation status of
sample rate converter at the AEs input
LED ON = SRC is active
LED OFF = SRC is inactive
sig (input)
lEd (green): indicates
signal level of channel input
LED ON = digital input signal
equals to more than -80 dBFS
The light intensity of the LEDs
depends on the audio level.
sig (output)
lEd (green): indicates
signal level of channel output
LED ON = digital output signal
equals to more than -80 dBFS
The light intensity of the LEDs
depends on the audio level.
If the clock source is set to AES the selection of the AES port as
clock source uses the following pattern in ascending order:
lowest input port receiving a valid AES signal and SRC switched off
Automatic AES port selection - a change of the AES input signal
condition or changing the activation status of the SRCs may result
in a different clock source.
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source
destination
signal Routing
Two methods of signal routing are available:
a) ‘Standard Bank Routing’ - signal routing of analog and
digital I/Os as a whole.
b) ‘Matrix Mode’ - individual signal routing of all analog and
digital I/Os on a per channel basis.
standard bank Routing
A routing matrix defined by each input (source) and output (destination) provides the possibility to distribute the signals among one
another. Each horizontal row represents all four destinations:
AEs
16 AES output ports
d/A
32 analog outputs
01..32
MADI output channel 01 to 32
33..64
MADI output channel 33 to 64
The vertical columns represent the corresponding source of each
destination.
Each source consists of 32 channels and cannot be subclassified.
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AEs
lEd (green): indicates the use
of the AEs input as source
LED ON = AES input is used as
source for this destination column
A/d
lEd (green): indicates the use of
the analog input as source
LED ON = analog input is used as
source for this destination column
01..32
lEd (green): indicates the use of the
MAdi input (channel 01-32 ) as source
LED ON = MADI input (ch. 01-32) is used
as source for this destination column
33..64
lEd (green): indicates the use of the
MAdi input (channel 33-64 ) as source
LED ON = MADI input (ch. 33-64) is used
as source for this destination column
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To mute a destination, set the source to nothing (no LED glowing in
that source column).
Matrix Mode
To setup an individual routing the remote control software (ANDIAMO Remote) is required. The settings of the routing matrix are
stored inside the device. So it is possible to toggle between both
routing methods without using the remote control.
See „CHAPTER 5: Menu Navigation“ on page 38 or ‘Software
Guide ANDIAMO Remote’.
If all 16 LEDs of the routing matrix are <ON> the ‘Matrix Mode’ is
enabled.
signal Routing at 2 fs
At 2 FS the number of transmitted channels in the MADI stream is
reduced, only 32 channels are available.
This also involves some specifics:
• both LEDs (01..32 and 33..64) will glow when MADI is selected as signal source for ‘AES’ or ‘D/A’ at 2 FS operation.
• setting ‘01..32’ means the lower half of the MADI signal; i.e.
channels 01-16.
• setting ‘33-64’ means the upper half of the MADI signal; i.e.
channels 17-32.
Some routing examples are illustrated here: „Appendix B: Configuration Examples“ on page 52.
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ANDIAMO.XT (SRC)- SC version (optical)
ANDIAMO.XT (SRC)- BNC version (coaxial)
MAdi / word clock / usb
A word clock signal output provides the system clock that is either derived from AES input, word clock input, MADI input or internal clock
generator.
The MADI port is used for transmission of 64 audio channels (AES10).
The USB port is used for firmware updates and for remote control.
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word clock output
bnC socket (coaxial)
System clock output - connect for
word clock output signal here.
word clock input
bnC socket (coaxial)
Connect word clock or AES3 DARS
(Digital Audio Reference Signal) here.
usb
usb socket (type b)
Connect for firmware updates
and remote control here.
MAdi in
sC socket (optical)
or
bnC socket (coaxial)
MADI input (64 ch),
connect MADI input signal here
MAdi out
sC socket (optical)
or
bnC socket (coaxial)
MADI output (64 ch),
connect for MADI output signal here
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delay Compensation
There is a delay of four samples between MADI input and output.
For conversion of all 64 channels (@ 1 FS) of a MADI signal two
ANDIAMOs may be daisy-chained. To ensure phase locked operation of all audio channels the delay between two ANDIAMOs will be
compensated then.
Delay compensation becomes active, if an ANDIAMO ‘sees’ another
ANDIAMO at its input. The ‘second’ ANDIAMO will switch to ID 02.
Active delay compensation is indicated by the software remote only.
Delay compensation:
ΔtA/D
ΔtD/A
id 01
0
+4 samples
id 02
+4 samples
0
ID 01
ID 02
Two ANDIAMO.XT (SRC)s daisy-chained
To ensure proper detection for delay compensation no other device
must be connected in between two ANDIAMOs.
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AEs3 input / output
Four DSUB-25 ports (4 x 4 input / output combined) are used for
transmission of the AES3 signals. Each port consists of four AES3
input and output ports itself transmitting eight audio channels (I/O).
TASCAM1 pinout is used - see „Appendix A: Wiring DSUB-25“ on
page 51 for wiring sketch.
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AEs i/o
(1-8)
dsub-25 Port
Digital audio input and output (AES3) connect audio channels 1-8 here
AEs i/o
(9-16)
dsub-25 Port
Digital audio input and output (AES3) connect audio channels 9-16 here
AEs i/o
(17-24)
dsub-25 Port
Digital audio input and output (AES3) connect audio channels 17-24 here
AEs i/o
(25-32)
dsub-25 Port
Digital audio input and output (AES3) connect audio channels 25-32 here
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Analog input / output
Eight DSUB-25 ports (4 x input / 4 x output) are used for transmission of the analog audio signals. Each port transmits eight audio channels. TASCAM1 pinout is used - see „Appendix A: Wiring
DSUB-25“ on page 51 for wiring sketch.
Analog input
(1-8)
dsub-25 Port
Analog audio input connect audio channels 1-8 here
Analog input
(9-16)
dsub-25 Port
Analog audio input connect audio channels 9-16 here
Analog input
(17-24)
dsub-25 Port
Analog audio input connect audio channels 17-24 here
Analog input
(25-32)
dsub-25 Port
Analog audio input connect audio channels 25-32 here
Analog output
(1-8)
dsub-25 Port
Analog audio output connect audio channels 1-8 here
Analog output
(9-16)
dsub-25 Port
Analog audio output connect audio channels 9-16 here
Analog output
(17-24)
dsub-25 Port
Analog audio output connect audio channels 17-24 here
Analog output
(25-32)
dsub-25 Port
Analog audio output connect audio channels 25-32 here
warning
Do not connect voltage sources to the analog outputs. This may
cause damage at the output stages. Observe the technical specifications - see „CHAPTER 7: Technical Data“ on page 48.
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CHAPTER 5: Menu Navigation
ChAPtER 5: Menu navigation
To setup the converter the menu mode has to be entered first. The
unit will switch back to idle mode automatically after timeout.
Menu navigation - signal Routing [XT Version]
Matrix Mode
XT Version
> 2 sek
> 2 sek
> 2 sek
> 2 sek
• Press the button <SELECT> longer than two seconds to enter
the menu mode
• Press <SELECT> to navigate through the menu-loop.
• Press <SET> to change a setting.
• Press <SET> longer than two seconds to toggle the Matrix
Mode
Output source:
AES
Output source:
analog
Output source:
MADI 01..32
Output source:
MADI 33..64
Output source:
Fallback mode*
Output source:
no signal
*) available for MADI output only
• Setting of input source.
• Fallback mode is available for MADI output only - see „Fallback mode“ on page 40.
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In menu mode the active parameter for adjusting is indicated by a
blinking LED. This LED reflects the setting of this parameter.
source
destination
Routing Matrix
Parameter <AEs>
Setting of the input source for AES output.
Possible sources: AES, analog, MADI 01-32, MADI 33-64
Parameter <d/A>
Setting of the input source for analog output.
Possible sources: AES, analog, MADI 01-32, MADI 33-64
Parameter <01..32>
Setting of the input source for MADI output channel 01-32.
Possible sources: AES, analog, MADI 01-32, MADI 33-64
Parameter <33..64>
Setting of the input source for MADI output channel 33-64
Possible sources: AES, analog, MADI 01-32, MADI 33-64
Matrix Mode <> Standard Bank Routing - see „Signal Routing“ on
page 32
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fallback mode
The routing matrix provides another setting (both AES and A/D LED
lit) for both MADI output banks.
In this ‘fallback mode’ the AES input is routed to the MADI output.
In case the AES input fails (no lock) the device switches to analog
input for the respective channel pair only!
All other inputs remain unchanged as long as they receive a valid
AES input signal.
The ‘fallback mode’ offers:
• mixed use of AES and analog inputs to convert to a MADI
bank of 32 channels
• redundancy to avoid unwanted silence in the MADI signal.
Fallback
to analog
only for
affected
AES ports.
3-
64
32
1-
I3
M
AD
I3
I0
Output
3-
Analog
M
AD
1-
M
AD
I0
Output
32
Analog
Routing
AES
Routing
AES
64
Input
Routing
Input
Routing
AES no lock
M
AD
AES lock
Fallback Mode - Sketch
The ‘fallback mode’ is available for the MADI output routing only; i.e.
for the outputs ‘01..32’ and ‘33..64’.
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Menu navigation - signal Routing [XT SRC Version]
Matrix Mode
XT SRC Version
> 2 sek
> 2 sek
> 2 sek
> 2 sek
• Press the button <SELECT> longer than two seconds to enter
the menu mode
• Press <SELECT> to navigate through the menu-loop.
• Press <SET> to change a setting.
• Press <SET> longer than two seconds to toggle the Matrix
Mode
Output source:
AES
Output source:
analog
Output source:
MADI 01..32
Output source:
MADI 33..64
Output source:
Fallback mode*
Output source:
no signal
*) available for MADI output only
• Setting of input source.
• Fallback mode is available for MADI output only - see „Fallback mode“ on page 40.
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Overview about parameters and routing matrix - see page 39.
sample Rate Conversion [XT SRC Version]
The sample rate converters for the AES inputs are switchable in
groups of eight channels.
SRC control
Parameter <01..08>
Setting of the sample rate converter for AES input 01-08:
Parameter <09..16>
Setting of the sample rate converter for AES input 09-16:
Possible status: ON, OFF
Parameter <17..24>
Setting of the sample rate converter for AES input 17-24:
Possible status: ON, OFF
Parameter <25..32>
Setting of the sample rate converter for AES input 25-32:
Possible status: ON, OFF
XT SRC Version
Possible status: ON, OFF
Latency introduced by SRC: less than 140 samples
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Menu navigation - system settings
• Press the button <SELECT> longer than two seconds to enter
the menu mode
• Press <SELECT> to navigate through the menu-loop.
• Press <SET> to change a setting.
Blinking LEDs are also used to indicate an error (e.g. missing sync).
Concentrate on the section where one LED is blinking and the remaining LEDs are glowing weak.
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In menu mode the active parameter for adjusting is indicated by a
blinking LED. This LED reflects the setting of this parameter.
System Settings
Parameter <Clock source>
Four different clock sources: AES, Word clock, MADI, internal
Internal allows for changing the base sample rate.
Parameter <sample Rate>
Two base sample rates: 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz
Two scaling factors: 1 FS and 2 FS
The setting of the base sample rate only affects the conversion with
the clock source set to INT. If the clock source is set to AES input or
word clock or MADI input no adjustment is possible - the measured
frequency of the clock source is indicated then.
Parameter <MAdi out format>
The channel format (56 ch or 64 ch) as well as the frame format
(48k Frame or 96k Frame) of the MADI output can be adjusted.
This setting does not affect the input signal.
Parameter <Analog in level>
The converter offers the ability to change the sensitivity of its analog
inputs corresponding to 0 dBFS.
Depending on the model these levels are different:
• Model A: +15 dBU (high) / +6 dBU (low)
• Model B: +18 dBU (high) / +9 dBU (low)
• Model C: +24 dBU (high) / +15 dBU (low)
Parameter <Analog out level>
As for the input level the output signal at 0 dBFS can also be calibrated to two different levels.
Three different models are available - see <Analog In Level>.
With the level setting to “low” a digital gain (input) or a digital reduction (output) is applied to adapt the lower analog level (-9 dB).
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CHAPTER 6: Troubleshooting and Maintenance
ChAPtER 6: troubleshooting and
Maintenance
troubleshooting
To identify a possible defect with the device please consult the following table.
If the fault cannot be resolved using these instructions, please contact your local D.O.TEC representative or visit support.directout.eu.
issue
Possible reason
solution
Device doesn’t work.
Power supply
is broken.
Check that the power supply
switch is on, that the device
is connected to the power
supply and that the socket is
working. Defective fuses must
be exchanged by qualified
service personal only.
Optical port does
not work.
Optic is dirty.
Use an air supply to carefully
remove any dust.
Never use objects for cleaning.
No signal at the
output port.
Connections (input /
output) are mixed up.
Check the connections and
change the cables if necessary.
Check the routing matrix
No signal at the
output port.
Signal cable
defective.
Exchange the signal cable.
MADI signal at the
input is not stable.
Signal source
is defective
Change the source
or
use appropriate cables (see
„CHAPTER 7: Technical
Data“ on page 48).
bad signal condition
(Jitter > 1 ns) - e.g.
due to exceeded
length or bad
screening attenuation
of signal cable.
Clicks in the
audiosignal.
Input source is not
in sync with clock
master of the box.
or
Check the status of input
LED and check clock setting
of the connected device.
Maintenance
To clean the device, use a soft, dry cloth. To protect the surface,
avoid using cleaning agents.
The device should be disconnected from the power supply during
the cleaning process.
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CHAPTER 7: Technical Data
CHAPTER 7: Technical Data
Dimensions
• Width 19’’ (483 mm)
• Height 2 RU (89 mm)
• Depth 10’’ (254 mm)
Weight
• about 7 kg
Power Consumption
• 40 W (typical)
Power Supply
• 84 V - 264 V AC / 47 Hz - 63 Hz / Safety class 1
Fuses
• Fuse 250 V - 2 A (slow-blow) – 2 fuses per power supply
Environmental Conditions
• Operating temperature +5°C up to +45°C
• Relative humidity: 10% - 80%, non condensing
MADI Port (Version SC)
• 1 x SC socket FDDI (input / output)
• ISO/IEC 9314-3
• Wave length 1310 nm
• Multi-Mode 62.5/125 or 50/125
MADI Port (Version BNC)
• 2 x BNC socket (input / output)
• Impedance: 75 Ω
• 0.3 V up to 0.6 V (peak to peak)
Sample Rate
• 30 - 50 kHz @1 FS
• 60 - 100 kHz @2 FS
MADI Format (I/O)
• 48k Frame, 96k Frame
• 56 channel, 64 channel
• S/MUX 2
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AEs Port (i/o)
• 4 x DSUB-25 (16 ports input / output each)
• AES3 balanced
sRC Performance [XT SRC Version]
• all rates from 30 kHz to 50 kHz and their multiples
• THD+N: 140 dB
• Frequency response ripple: < 0.025 dB
• Latency: < 140 samples
line input
• 4 x DSUB-25 (8 analog audio channels each - balanced)
line output
• 4 x DSUB-25 (8 analog audio channels each - balanced)
A/d section
• SNR: -115.5 dB RMS (20 Hz - 20 kHz) / -118 dB(A)
• THD @ -1 dBFS: -113 dB
• Frequency response: -0.15 dB (10 Hz) / -0.15 dB (20 kHz)
• Input impedance: 20 kΩ (balanced) / 10 kΩ (unbalanced)
• Input level (depending on model):
Model / Level
High
Low
Model A
+15 dBu
+6 dBu
Model B
+18 dBu
+9 dBu
Model C
+24 dBu
+15 dBu
d/A section
• SNR: -113.5 dB RMS (20 Hz - 20 kHz) / -116.5 dB(A)
• THD @ -1 dBFS: -100 dB
• Frequency response: -0.5 dB (10 Hz) / -0.15 dB (20 kHz)
• Output impedance: < 50 Ω
• Output level (depending on model):
Model / Level
High
Low
minimum load resistance
Model A
+15 dBu
+6 dBu
600 Ω
Model B
+18 dBu
+9 dBu
600 Ω
Model C
+24 dBu
+15 dBu
2,4 kΩ
The outputs are not servo balanced.
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Word Clock
• 1 x BNC socket (75 Ω impedance) - input
• 1 x BNC socket (75 Ω impedance) - output
• WCLK signal or AES3id signal
• Termination 75 Ω switchable
USB
• 1 x USB socket (Type B)
• for firmware updates and remote control
Latency
• ca. 1 ms (A/D - D/A)
Cable Specifications
• coaxial cable - impedance 75 Ω, screening attenuation better
than 85 dB
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Appendix A: Wiring DSUB-25
Appendix A: wiring dsub-25
For the transmission of the analog and AES3 audio signals DSUB25 ports are used. As the sketch shows TASCAM1 pinout is applied.
dsub-25 - analog (female)
dsub-25 - AEs3 (female)
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Appendix B: Configuration Examples
AppendixB:ConfigurationExamples
Example 1:
output
signal @ output
AES
MADI 01-32
Analog (D/A)
MADI 33-64
MADI 01-32
AES
MADI 33-64
Analog (A/D)
Clock source is ‘word clock’ with termination enabled. The MADI input signal is in
sync with the system clock.
No SRCs are enabled at the AES inputs.
Sample rate is 44.1 kHz and the analog
reference levels are set to ‘high’.
Example 2:
output
signal @ output
AES
Analog (A/D)
Analog (D/A)
MADI 01-32
MADI 01-32
AES or analog
(‘fallback mode’)
MADI 33-64
muted - no signal
Clock source is the MADI input signal.
SRCs are enabled at all AES inputs.
Sample rate is 48 kHz and the analog
reference levels are set to ‘high’ for the
input and to ‘low’ (-9 dB) for the output.
Example 3:
set to ‘high’.
output
signal @ output
AES
MADI 01-64
(32 input channels)
Analog (D/A)
MADI 01-64
(32 input channels)
MADI 01-32
AES port 01-08*
MADI 33-64
Analog input 17-32*
Clock source is the MADI input signal.
SRCs are enabled at AES input 01-16.
Sample rate is 96 kHz and the frame
mode is set to 96k Frame at the MADI
output. The analog reference levels are
*) As the scaling factor is set to 2 FS, the number of available channels in the MADI signal is
reduced to 32 channels.
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Example 4:
output
signal @ output
AES
MADI 01-64
(32 input channels)
Analog (D/A)
AES
MADI 01-32
MADI 01-32
(lower half, i.e. input
channels 01-16)
MADI 33-64
AES ports 9-16*
Clock source is the AES input signal**.
The MADI input signal is in sync with the
system clock.
No SRCs are enabled at the AES inputs.
Sample rate is 88.2 kHz and the frame mode is set to 48k Frame
at the MADI output. The analog reference levels are set to ‘low’
(-9 dB).
*) As the scaling factor is set to 2 FS, the number of available channels in the MADI signal is
reduced to 32 channels.
**) Selection of the AES input as clock source: lowest input port receiving a valid AES signa
Example 5:
output
signal @ output
AES
AES
Analog (D/A)
MADI 01-64*
(32 input channels)
MADI 01-32
MADI 33-56
(upper half, i.e. input
channels 17-28)
MADI 33-64
MADI 01-28
(lower half, i.e. input
channels 01-14)
Clock source is set to internal clock generator. The MADI input signal is in sync
with the system clock.
All SRCs are enabled at the AES inputs. So the AES outputs feed a
sample rate converted signal matching the system clock.
Sample rate is 96 kHz and the frame mode is set to 96k Frame at
the MADI output. The MADI output channel format is set to ‘56 ch’.
So the MADI output signal feeds 28 channels only. The analog reference levels are set to ‘high’.
*) The setting ‘56 ch’ affects the MADI output signal only. All 32 MADI input channels are fed
to the analog outputs.
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Index
Index
Level
Input����������������������������������������������������������� 49
Meters�������������������������������������������� 28, 29, 30
Output�������������������������������������������������������� 49
Settings������������������������������������������������������ 27
B
Bank Selection see Signal Routing
C
Cable Specifications________________ 50
Clocking
Load resistance____________________ 49
M
Matrix Mode see Signal Routing
Menu Control______________________ 21
Model____________________________ 27
to AES������������������������������������������������������� 22
to MADI������������������������������������������������������ 23
to Word Clock�������������������������������������������� 22
Conditions of Warranty see Warranty
Conformity & Certificates_____________ 13
CE�������������������������������������������������������������� 13
RoHS��������������������������������������������������������� 13
WEEE�������������������������������������������������������� 13
Contact__________________________ 13
Contents_________________________ 14
Conventions_______________________ 5
P
Pinout See DSUB-25
R
Remote Control__________________ 7, 14
S
Sample Rate Converter______________ 43
Sample Rates
possible������������������������������������������������������� 7
selection - automatically <> manually�������� 25
D
Defective Parts/Modules_____________
Delay Compensation________________
Digital Gain_______________________
Dimensions_______________________
DSUB-25_________________________
10
35
27
48
51
Selection
AES port���������������������������������������������� 23, 30
Signal Routing
at 2 FS������������������������������������������������������� 33
Matrix Mode����������������������������������������������� 33
Standard Bank Routing����������������������������� 32
E
SNR
Environmental Conditions_________ 16, 48
analog / digital������������������������������������������� 49
digital / analog������������������������������������������� 49
F
Fallback mode_____________________ 40
Feature Summary___________________ 7
Firmware_________________________ 18
First Aid__________________________ 11
Frequency Response
Software Remote see Remote Control
Support__________________________ 47
System Settings___________________ 44
T
Technical Data____________________ 48
THD
analog / digital������������������������������������������� 49
digital / analog������������������������������������������� 49
analog / digital������������������������������������������� 49
digital / analog������������������������������������������� 49
Fuses____________________________ 48
I
Troubleshooting____________________ 47
Impedance
input����������������������������������������������������������� 49
output��������������������������������������������������������� 49
Intended Operation_________________ 12
L
Latency
A/D to D/A�������������������������������������������������� 50
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U
Updates__________________________ 12
USB_____________________________ 50
W
Warranty_________________________ 12
WEEE See Conformity & Certificates: WEEE
D.O.TEC ANDIAMO.XT (SRC) Hardware Guide - Version 1.7
© 2013 DirectOut GmbH
DirectOut Technologies®
© 2013 DirectOut GmbH
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Notes
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DirectOut Technologies®
Notes
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D.O.TEC ANDIAMO.XT (SRC) Hardware Guide - Version 1.7
© 2013 DirectOut GmbH
DirectOut Technologies®
© 2013 DirectOut GmbH
®
D.O.TEC ANDIAMO.XT (SRC) Hardware Guide - Version 1.7
Notes
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