Fame Installation Manual
Fame Installation Manual
Part Number: MANFAMEINS
Document Number: #119
Manual by: Ross Caston
Copyright © January 1998
Ref: FameInstall03.p65
T ABLE
OF
CONTENTS
1. FAME SPECIFICATIONS .......................................... 3
10. FAME AUDIO ASSIGNMENTS ............................. 18
Fame Controller Surface .............................. 3
Fame Processor Rack (MFX) ........................ 3
IBM Pentium PC .......................................... 3
Amek 400 Series Power Supply ................... 3
Input Assignments ..................................... 18
Output Assignments .................................. 19
11. FAME CONNECTOR DETAILS ............................. 20
2. SYSTEM SETUP ................................................... 4
Analogue Inputs ........................................ 20
Analogue Outputs ..................................... 20
Digital Inputs and Outputs ........................ 21
AES / EBU Inputs ................................. 21
AES / EBU Outputs .............................. 21
Power Connections ..................................... 4
Environment ................................................ 4
3. FAME COMPONENT CHECKLIST ............................. 5
12. MFX 3 SYNCHRONISATION CABLES ................... 22
4. FAME SYSTEM CABLES ......................................... 6
Console Control Cable .............................. 22
1. Fame Processor Rack Cables.............. 6
2. IBM PC Interconnect Cables .............. 6
3. AMEK 400 Series Power Supply ......... 6
4. X-POINT Matrix Switcher Unit .......... 6
5. Remote Control Mic Amplifiers ......... 6
13. CONTROL CABLES .......................................... 23
Matrix ....................................................... 23
Surround Monitor ...................................... 23
RCMA ....................................................... 23
CONTROL CABLE SETUP ......................... 23
5. INSTALLING THE FAME SYSTEM .............................. 7
14. MATRIX EDAC CONNECTION DETAILS ............... 24
The Fame Console ....................................... 7
16 x 16 X-POINT CONNECTIONS ........... 24
24 x 8 X-POINT CONNECTIONS ............. 24
32 x 8 X-POINT CONNECTIONS ............. 24
6. SURROUND MONITOR, MATRIX AND REMOTE MIC AMP
SETUP. ................................................................. 9
15. MATRIX EDAC CONNECTIONS ......................... 26
7. PENTIUM PC CONNECTION DETAILS .................... 11
16 x 16 Cross Point ................................... 26
24x8 Cross Point ....................................... 27
32x8 Cross Point ....................................... 28
Fame External Meters ................................ 29
IBM PC Rear View of Connector Panel. ..... 11
Slot 1 - Graphics driver card. .................... 11
Slot 2 - Control Surface Communications . 12
Slot 3 - Optional GPO Fader Start Card ..... 13
Slot 4 - Surround Monitor, Matrix & RCMA
Control Bus ............................................... 14
Slot 5 - High Speed Control Link ...................
14
COM A ..........................................................
15
16. SURROUND MONITOR DESCRIPTION .................. 31
Specifications ............................................ 32
Main Inputs to Speaker Outputs (Unity
Gain) ................................................... 32
Main & External Analogue Inputs ........ 32
Analogue Outputs................................ 32
Connectors ................................................ 33
General Purpose Interface. .................. 33
Remote IN. .......................................... 33
Remote OUT........................................ 34
8. 9098 MICROPHONE AMPLIFIER .......................... 16
Control Cabling ......................................... 16
9. FAME AUDIO CONNECTIONS .............................. 17
INDEX ............................................................... 42
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1. F AME S PECIFICATIONS
FAME CONTROLLER SURFACE
Max Height:
996mm
Max Width:
24 fader stand alone
16 fader stand alone
8 fader stand alone
24 fader drop through
16 fader drop through
8 fader drop through
Depth:
990mm Stand alone
676mm Drop through
Weight:
(Approx. Net)
24 fader stand alone
16 fader stand alone
8 fader stand alone
24 fader drop through
16 fader drop through
8 fader drop through
190 kg
130 kg
80 kg
170 kg
115 kg
70 kg
DC Power:
Maximum for 24 faders
0.4 KVA
1852mm
1486mm
1120mm
1764mm
1398mm
1032mm
FAME PROCESSOR RACK (MFX)
Height:
Max Depth:
Weight:
Voltage:
Fuse rating :
8U
465mm
19kg approx.
100 - 240 VAC, auto sensing.
125V @ 6.5 Amp
240V @ 3.15 Amp
IBM PENTIUM PC
Height :
Width:
Depth:
Voltage :
Power :
154mm
420mm
447mm
100 - 120V/220 - 240 VAC : Selectable on mains inlet.
150 VA
AMEK 400 SERIES POWER SUPPLY
Height :
Width :
Depth :
Weight:
Power:
Cooling:
3U
19 inch rack mount
550mm, allowing for DC power cable at rear of unit
11 kg
0.5 KVA
Fan assisted from fan mounted on top of unit. Adequate
ventilation must be provided to allow air to be drawn in from
the top by the fan.
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2. S YSTEM S ETUP
Each Fame system comprises of the following sub systems:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Fame PROCESSOR RACK
Fame CONTROL SURFACE (Including Stem Mic)
P100 IBM PC
400 SERIES POWER SUPPLY
16 BY 16 X-POINT MATRIX SWITCHER
SURROUND MONITOR UNIT
Optionally, any number of the following
· X-POINT MATRIX
· Remote Controlled Microphone Amplifier (RCMA)
POWER CONNECTIONS
All Fame systems are factory Preset for their destination power requirements.
Check the voltage setting and adjust as appropriate before applying power to any of the
units, in particular the PC.
The following units have auto-sensing AC mains inlets, from 100 to 240 VAC.
1. Fame processor rack - anti surge fuse ratings of 6A for 110V and 3A at 220V
2. AMEK 400 Series Power Supply
The AMEK400 series power supply provides the power to the control surface using an 8
metre DC power cable. The specifications for the power cable can be found in the Cable Appendix of this manual.
ENVIRONMENT
The Fame processor rack, Matrix and Surround Monitor units should be located in a suitable machine room, with an ambient operating temperature between 18 - 24 Deg.C. The equipment should ideally be mounted in a 19 inch rack with a minimum depth of 600 mm, or with an
open back section.
Ensure that air flow for the Fame processor rack through the front of the grill, is not restricted.
The Matrix and Surround Monitor units should be mounted with a 1U spacing above and
below. This is required for sufficient cooling.
For all installations the following should be avoided:
·
·
·
·
·
·
Dusty areas
Damp areas
Areas subject to vibration
Areas with strong magnetic or electric fields
Installation near heat sources
Installation in area with restricted air circulation
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3. F AME C OMPONENT C HECKLIST
The following list of components are those shipped with a typical Fame system. The list does
not include extra items which may have been specified.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
Fame Console
Control surface (24, 16, 8 faders)
Fame Processor Rack MFX 19 inch rack
P100 IBM PC
Surface control computer
AMEK 400 Series PSU Control Surface Power Supply
X-Point Matrix
3U Cross Point Switcher (16 by 16)
Surround Monitor Unit 3U Analogue Monitoring unit
MFX Cable
24 Way Centronics Cable 10 Metre
Video Cable
15 Way VGA Extension Cable 10 Metre
9 Pin Control Cable
Sony Machine Control Cable 5 Metre
IEC Power Cable
Power Leads 2 Metre
SCSI Cable
External Drive SCSI Cable 1 Metre
SCSI Terminator
SCSI Bus Active Terminator
Connector Kit
D Connectors for MFX Audio Connections
EDAC Connector Kit EDAC Connectors for Matrix & Surround Units
CABHARNIBMS-COM 25 Way Ribbon cable, PC to Surface
CABHARNDSPSCREX 9 D to 9 D, PC to Touch Screen Cable 3 Metre
10.4TFTSCNHARN
TFT Display Cable 3 Metre
CABDCLIT 19X2
DC Power to Control Surface 8 Metres
CABHARNRACK07
25 Way to 9 Way Matrix/Surround Control 2 Metre
CABHARNRACK06
9 Way to 9 Way Matrix/Surround Interconnect 1M
CAB0200
RS 232 MFX to PC Control Cable 10 metres
Stem Mic
Control Room Talk Back Mic
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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4. FAME S YSTEM C ABLES
The cables supplied with each Fame system may need modifying to suit the installation. The
length of each cable supplied is defined in the Fame Component Checklist table. Below is a list
defining the maximum tested length for each cable. High specification cable and connectors
should be used for all cabling in the Fame system.
1. Fame Processor Rack Cables
·
·
·
·
·
1 of Console control cable 10 metres supplied, 30 metres maximum using
Belden 8 twisted pair data cable.
1 of VGA extension cable 10 metres supplied, 30 metres maximum. Use Gepco
VFM809 and terminate with BNC connectors. Use a short BNC to 15 way
adapter cable. If a greater distance is required use a VGA Booster for lengths of
200 metres.
1 of Sony 9 pin cable 5 metres supplied, 300 metres maximum.
1 of High Speed 25 way serial communication cable 10 metres, 25 metres
maximum.
2 of IEC Power cable
2. IBM PC Interconnect Cables
The length of these cables are governed by the maximum length for the TFT display
cable which is 3 metres.
·
·
·
1 of CABHARNIBMS-COM, 25 way ribbon cable connecting computer sub 979
card to the control surface, 3 metres supplied.
1 of CABHARNDSPSCREX, 9 pin to 9 pin touch screen controller cable, 3
metres.
1 of 10.4TFTSCNHARN, TFT display cable, 3 metres. This is the maximum
length for this cable.
3. AMEK 400 Series Power Supply
·
·
·
1 of CABDCLIT19X2, 8 metre DC power lead. Can extend to 15 metres maximum.
Type of cable used is LITTON YY-NR-BK-18 Core 2.5mm SQ-Black
Connectors CIR06A 22-14P F80 T39-PG21-26 and CIR06A 22-14S F80 T39PG21-26
4. X-POINT Matrix Switcher Unit
·
·
1 of CABHARNRACK07, 25 Way to 9 way serial control cable, 2 metres, 100
metres maximum.
1 of CABHARNRACK06, 9 way to 9 way rack interconnect control cable, 100
metres maximum.
5. Remote Control Mic Amplifiers
·
1 of SUBDSPFameXLR, 9 way to XLR, 100 metres maximum.
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5. INSTALLING
THE
F AME S YSTEM
The following block diagram is included for referencing the data cable interconnections for
the Fame system.
THE FAME CONSOLE
The console dimensions can be found in the Dimensions Appendix of this manual. There
are three frame sizes for the console in either a Standalone or Drop through version. These are:
·
·
·
24 Fader
16 Fader
8 Fader
The drop through frame has been designed to allow a custom made frame to be built
around the console. It is advised that the custom furniture be completed prior to delivery of the
Fame Console. Although the ‘drop through’ console can be supported on a flat surface as a
temporary measure until installation is complete. All relevant dimensions can be found in the
Appendix of this manual.
At least four people are required to lift a 24 fader Standalone Fame console. When lifting the
console care should be taken to avoid damage to the protruding TFT display.
1. Position the console to allow access to the rear connector panel beneath the TFT
display.
2. Locate 400 Series Power Supply, IBM PC, Matrix and Surround Monitor Units, with
their associated power and control cables.
·
·
·
·
·
·
1 of 25 way flat ribbon cable (Surface control)
1 of 9 pin D type F/M to 9 pin Male D type (Touch Screen Control)
1 of 44 way Hi Density Male to Male connector (TFT Display)
1 of 8 metre DC power cable (Surface DC supply)
1 of 25 way male D type to 9 way male D type (Matrix control)
1 of 9 way male D type to 9 way male D type (Matrix interconnect cable)
3. Before making any cable connections, ensure that power is disconnected from all
equipment. This will prevent electrical damage to components within the equipment.
4. The PC should be mounted at a maximum distance of 3 metres from the rear connector panel on the console. This length is governed by the TFT display cable.
5. From Slot 2 on the PC, connect the 25 way flat ribbon cable to the rear connector
panel on the Fame console. This is the surface control cable.
6. From Slot 1 on the PC, connect the 44 way Hi Density cable to the rear connector
panel on the Fame console. This is the TFT display cable.
7. From COM A on the PC, connect the 9 way Female to 9 way Male D type cable to the
rear connector panel on the Fame console. This is the RS232 Touch Screen communication cable.
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8. From Slot 4 on the PC, connect the 25 way D type to 9 way D type cable between the
PC and the Cross Point Matrix Unit. The X-Point Matrix has two 9 way D type Female
connectors labelled Data IN and Data Through. The PC connection is made to the
Data IN port.
9. The Data Interconnect cable, 9 way to 9 way D type, should be connected from the
Data Through port on the Matrix to the Data IN port on the Surround Monitor.
Further Data interconnect cables to additional Matrix and Surround Monitors should
be made at this point.
10. From Slot 5 on the PC connect the 25 way male to 25 way Male D type to the “Mixer”
port on the MFX Mainframe (Fame Processor rack).
11. *RCMA unit if supplied. Connect the 9 way D type to XLR control cable to the Data
Through connector on the rear of the last Matrix Unit. The RCMA should make up the
last unit in the chain.
12. *From Slot 4 on the PC connect the MIDI control cable to the client specific external
FX processors. This cable is not supplied but pin out information is in the Appendix
of this manual.
13. An external VGA monitor can be used to provide an additional display. This cable is
not supplied, but should be connected to Slot 1 on the PC. This is a 15 way Hi Density
connector, the pin out information is in the Appendix of this manual.
14. The VGA extension cable, 15 way Hi Density, should be connected to the VGA output
on the rear of the MFX rack.
15. The Centronics 24 way to D-Type 37 way cable supplied should be connected between the rear of the MFX mainframe and the 37-way D connector on the underside
of the FAME chassis.
SURROUND MONITOR, MATRIX AND REMOTE MIC AMP SETUP.
The Surround Monitor, Matrix and RCMA units communicate with the PC using a shared
data bus. Each unit on the data bus must have a unique ID number. The ID number can be in
the range of 1 to 16. The position of the unit on the bus does not relate to the ID number.
The Surround Monitor Unit must be set for ID 2.
The first unit on the data bus connects to the PC using a 25 way D to 9 way D type cable.
Each additional unit is connected to the bus using the 9 way D type data link cables.
It is recommended that the Remote Mic Amp be connected at the end of the data bus. The
ID set up for this unit is entered using the menus on the front control panel. The control cable
for the RCMA is a 9 way D to male XLR. This connects from the Data Out connector on the
Matrix or Monitor unit to the Master Control Input on the RCMA.
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6. PENTIUM PC CONNECTION D ETAILS
IBM PC REAR VIEW
OF
CONNECTOR PANEL.
There are 5 card slots on the rear connector panel of the PC. Below is a description of each
card and it’s relevant slot location.
SLOT 1 - GRAPHICS
DRIVER CARD.
This card is a Cirrus Logic VGA adapter, UV 635, part code 10.4TFTSCNDRV. It has TFT and
VGA display outputs.
Connectors:
·
26 way Hi Density - TFT display
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 10
Pin 11
Pin 12
Pin 13
Pin 18
Pin 26
Pin 22
Pin 35
B1
B2
B3
G0
G1
G2
G3
R0
R1
R2
R3
SHIFT CLOCK
ENAB
VSYNC
HSYNC
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·
15 way Hi Density - External VGA display, resolution 640 x 480. * Cable not supplied
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 9
Pin 10
Pin 11
Pin 12
Pin 13
Pin 14
Pin 15
Red
Green
Blue
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
N/C
GND
GND
N/C
HSYNC
VSYNC
N/C
SLOT 2 - CONTROL SURFACE COMMUNICATIONS
This card is known as the ‘979 card. It has two connections. One is used to communicate
with the control surface Master Scan Processor card the other is used to output MIDI data.
Connectors:
·
25 Way F/M D-Type flat ribbon - Control surface Comms.
Pin1
Pin2
Pin3
Pin4
Pin5
Pin6
Pin7
Pin8
Pin9
Pin10
Pin11
Pin12
Pin13
Pin14
Pin15
Pin16
Pin17
Pin18
Pin19
Pin20
Pin21
Pin22
Pin23
Pin24
Pin25
Screen
XMT -FF (-)
XMT - CLK (-)
XMT - DAT (-)
XMT - WR (-)
N/C
N/C
RCV - FF (-)
RCV - CLK (-)
RCV - DAT (-)
RCV - WR (-)
N/C
FRAME (-)
XMT - FF +
XMT - CLK +
XMT - DAT +
XMT - WR +
N/C
N/C
RCV -FF +
RCV - CLK +
RCV - DAT +
RCV - WR +
N/C
FRAME +
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MIDI Control
9 way F/M D type.
Pin1
Pin2
Pin3
Pin4
Pin5
Pin6
Pin7
Pin8
Pin9
N/C
N/C
DGND
MIDI TX (-)
MIDI TX (+)
MIDI RX (-)
MIDI RX (+)
DGND
N/C
Cable not supplied.
SLOT 3 - OPTIONAL GPO FADER START CARD
This card provides 40 General Purpose Outputs, software defined. The connector is a 50 pin
female high density D-type, specified as follows:
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
FUNCTION
0V
GPO 2
GPO 5
GPO 8
GPO 9
GPO 12
GPO 15
GPO 34
GPO 19
GPO 22
0V
GPO 26
GPO 29
GPO 32
GPO 37
GPO 40
+5V
GPO 1
GPO 4
GPO 7
GPO 33
GPO 11
GPO 14
0V
GPO 18
PIN
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
FUNCTION
GPO 21
GPO 24
GPO 25
GPO 28
GPO 31
GPO 36
GPO 39
+12V
0V
GPO 3
GPO 6
0V
GPO 10
GPO 13
GPO 16
GPO 17
GPO 20
GPO 23
GPO 35
GPO 27
GPO 30
0V
GPO 38
-12V
+5V
Each output is an open collector which can sink 24 mA at 0.45V sourced from a 4k7 resistor
at +5V. This is not very much current. The system is designed to be TTL compatible and can be
set to float in either direction at reset in groups of 8. External driver circuitry is required to
interface the Fader Start system.
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SLOT 4 - SURROUND MONITOR, MATRIX & RCMA CONTROL BUS
This card is called the 1609 Serial Expansion. It provides communications between the PC
and the ancillary units. The communication protocol used is unique to Amek, and is named EXLink. Each device on the bus must have a unique ID number.
25 Way Female D-Type Connector
Pin 1
RX Signal
Pin 2
N/C
Pin 3
Signal Common
Pin 4
N/C
Pin 5
TX Signal
Pin 6 through Pin 25
N/C.
SLOT 5 - HIGH SPEED CONTROL LINK
This card is used for high speed communications with the Fairlight. It is a 979 card.
The connector is a 25 way female D-type, specification is as follows:
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 9
Pin 10
Pin 11
Pin 12
Pin 13
Pin 14
Pin 15
Pin 16
Pin 17
Pin 18
Pin 19
Pin 20
Pin 21
Pin 22
Pin 23
Pin 24
Pin 25
Screen
XMT -FF (-)
XMT - CLK (-)
XMT - DAT (-)
XMT - WR (-)
N/C
N/C
RCV - FF (-)
RCV - CLK (-)
RCV - DAT (-)
RCV - WR (-)
N/C
FRAME (-)
XMT - FF +
XMT - CLK +
XMT - DAT +
XMT - WR +
N/C
N/C
RCV -FF +
RCV - CLK +
RCV - DAT +
RCV - WR +
N/C
FRAME +
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The following pairing should be used on the interconnecting cable to the Fairlight. (Recommended cable is Belden 9510)
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 9
Pin 10
Pin 11
Pin 12
Pin 13
Screen
Pair 1
Pair 2
Pair 3
Pair 4
N/A
N/A
Pair 5
Pair 6
Pair 7
Pair 8
N/A
Pair 9
Pin 14
Pin 15
Pin 16
Pin 17
Pin 18
Pin 19
Pin 20
Pin 21
Pin 22
Pin 23
Pin 24
Pin 25
COM A
This port is used for RS232 communications with the Touch Screen Driver card. 9 way Male
connector.
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 9
N/C
TX
RX
N/C
GND
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
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7. 9098 M ICROPHONE AMPLIFIER
To use the RCMA on the Fame system the following definition file needs to be modified:
C: \ DSP \ SYSTEM \ IO.DEF
The format of the statement to modify is as follows:
IO_CHANNEL, Dir, Type, Link, Desc, Name, ID, Mic#
The parameters are as follows:
dir : direction + 8, direction is 1 = input, 2 = output
type : 9 = Remote RCMA port
link : Identifies stereo ports, 0= not linked, 1 = linked to next port, -1= linked to
previous port
desc : description field (eg. MIC1) appears in the I/O Description field on the IO
List
name :user editable field (eg. RCMA1) appears in the Name field on the IO List
ID : this is the RCMA unique ID number set up on the front control panel
For an RCMA set for ID 4, the following lines of code would be entered in the IO.def file:
IO_CHANNEL, 9, 9, 0, MIC1, RCMA1, 4, 0
IO_CHANNEL, 9, 9, 0, MIC2, RCMA2, 4, 1
IO_CHANNEL, 9, 9, 0, MIC3, RCMA3, 4, 2
IO_CHANNEL, 9, 9, 0, MIC4, RCMA4, 4, 3
CONTROL CABLING
On the rear of the RCMA connector panel there are two XLR Control connections:
MASTER IN
MASTER OUT
The control cable supplied with the RCMA unit is a 9 way Male D type to Male XLR. This
cable should be connected from the Remote Through connection on the Surround Monitor /
Matrix Unit to the Master IN XLR on the RCMA.
Additional RCMA units can be connected using a pin to pin XLR cable from Master Out.
The Master In control cable has the following pin out:
Male XLR
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
9 Way D Type Male
Pin 5
Pin 1
Pin 3
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8. FAME A UDIO CONNECTIONS
The Fame MFX3 rack has 24 inputs and 24 outputs. The input/output hardware is divided in
to modules. There are 6 modules. Each module provides 4 channels worth of analogue and
digital I/O processing.
On each module there are 3 connectors, these are:
·
·
·
15 Way Male D Type for the Analogue Outputs
15 Way Female D Type for the Analogue Inputs
37 Way Female D Type for the Digital Inputs and Outputs
The specific pin outs for each connector can be found in the connection details in the
Appendix.
REAR VIEW OF MFX 3 19 INCH RACK
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9. F AME AUDIO ASSIGNMENTS
INPUT ASSIGNMENTS
There are 24 physical inputs to the Fame. These are divided in to 12 ‘A’ inputs and 12 ‘B’
inputs.
Electrically the A and B inputs are identical, however, there are restrictions as to how the A
and B inputs are patched to FEEDS.
There are three types of FEEDS, Track, Live and Insert Returns. The following restrictions
apply when patching an Input to a Feed:
1. Track feeds. Use A or B inputs.
2. Live feeds. Use A inputs only.
3. Insert Return feeds. Use B inputs only.
INPUT
TYPE
FEED
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
A
A
B
B
A
A
B
B
A
A
B
B
A
A
B
B
A
A
B
B
A
A
B
B
LIVE INPUT
LIVE INPUT
INSERT RETURN
INSERT RETURN
LIVE INPUT
LIVE INPUT
INSERT RETURN
INSERT RETURN
LIVE INPUT
LIVE INPUT
INSERT RETURN
INSERT RETURN
LIVE INPUT
LIVE INPUT
INSERT RETURN
INSERT RETURN
LIVE INPUT
LIVE INPUT
INSERT RETURN
INSERT RETURN
LIVE INPUT
LIVE INPUT
INSERT RETURN
INSERT RETURN
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OUTPUT ASSIGNMENTS
The Fame has 24 physical outputs.
These are also divided into A and B types.
Electrically the A and B outputs are identical, however, there are restrictions as to how the A
and B outputs are used.
The outputs can be either Bus or Insert Send outputs. The following restrictions apply:
1. Buses can only use the A outputs
2. Insert Sends can only use the B outputs
3. Direct ‘disk track’ outputs can use any output
OUTPUT
TYPE
SOURCE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
A
A
B
B
A
A
B
B
A
A
B
B
A
A
B
B
A
A
B
B
A
A
B
B
BUS OUTPUT
BUS OUTPUT
INSERT SEND
INSERT SEND
BUS OUTPUT
BUS OUTPUT
INSERT SEND
INSERT SEND
BUS OUTPUT
BUS OUTPUT
INSERT SEND
INSERT SEND
BUS OUTPUT
BUS OUTPUT
INSERT SEND
INSERT SEND
BUS OUTPUT
BUS OUTPUT
INSERT SEND
INSERT SEND
BUS OUTPUT
BUS OUTPUT
INSERT SEND
INSERT SEND
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10. F AME CONNECTOR D ETAILS
The audio connector details are only shown for the first four channels. Each input output
module has identical pin outs.
ANALOGUE INPUTS
Connectors:
Input:
Input level:
Input sensitivity:
Input attenuation range :
Input impedance:
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
15 pin D - mini Female
Balanced
+22dBu Max
- 10 dBu / +4dBu software switched
14dB to -99 dB
> 10K ohm
FUNCTION
Frame Ground
IN 1 GND
IN 2 +
IN 2 IN 3 GND
IN 4 +
IN 4 NC
IN 1 +
IN 1 IN 2 GND
IN 3 +
IN 3 IN 4 GND
NC
ANALOGUE OUTPUTS
Connector:
Output:
Output Level:
Output impedance:
Output Load:
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
15 Pin D - mini Male
Electronic Balanced Differential
+ 22 dBu max at 0 dBFS
< 55 ohms
600 ohms minimum
FUNCTION
Frame Ground
OUT 1 GND
OUT 2 +
OUT 2 OUT 3 GND
OUT 4 +
OUT 4 NC
OUT 1 +
OUT 1 OUT 2 GND
OUT 3 +
OUT 3 OUT 4 GND
NC
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DIGITAL INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
AES / EBU Inputs
Connector:
Channels:
Sample Rates:
Input Type:
Input Level:
PIN
17
18
19
35
36
37
37 way D mini Female
2 by Stereo pairs per I/O module
44.1 KHz, 48 KHz, 32 KHz, 44.056 KHz
200 mV Differential Minimum
+22 dBu Peak (0 dBFS)
FUNCTION
AES IN 1 GND
AES IN 2 AES IN 2 +
AES IN 1 AES IN 1 +
AES IN 2 GND
AES / EBU Outputs
Connector:
Channels:
Sample Rates:
Output Level:
PIN
14
15
16
32
33
34
37 way D mini Female
2 by Stereo pairs per I/O module
44.1K, 48K, 32K, 44.056 KHZ
4.3V Minimum
FUNCTION
AES OUT 1 GND
AES OUT 1 AES OUT 1 +
AES OUT 2 AES OUT 2 +
AES OUT 2 GND
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11. MFX 3 SYNCHRONISATION C ABLES
CONSOLE CONTROL CABLE
24 Pin Male Centronics to 37 Pin Male D Connector. The cable is 12 twisted pair 7/0.02
stranded cores RS422 hi-speed low-impedance data cable with a braided screen (eg Garland
MCP-12S/BS). The cable is wired pin for pin at both ends - NOTE PAIRING!
/ Pin 1
\ Pin 4
Ground
Spare 3
Green
Green/Red
/ Pin 2
\ Pin 3
Spare 1
Spare 2
Grey
Grey/Red
/ Pin 23
\ Pin 15
RSO2
Spare 4
Green
Green/Black
/ Pin 24
\ Pin 16
RSO1
Ground
Orange
Orange/Black
/ Pin 5
\ Pin 17
FS+
FS-
Brown
Brown/White
/ Pin 6
\ Pin 18
RX422+
RX 422 -
Grey
Grey/White
/ Pin 7
\ Pin 19
MI2+
MI2 -
Orange
Orange/White
/ Pin 8
\ Pin 20
MFX Sen
SYSC
Green
Green/Yellow
/ Pin 9
\ Pin 21
MI1+
MI1-
Blue
Blue/White
/ Pin 10
\ Pin 22
MO1+
MO1-
Green
Green/White
/ Pin 11
\ Pin 13
RSI2
Ground
Grey
Grey/Black
/ Pin 12
\ Pin 14
RSI1
Ground
Brown
Brown/Black
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This is an itemised list of the cables supplied with each unit. The block diagram shows a
typical set up. More units can be added using the appropriate interconnect cables.
MATRIX
PART CODE
CABHARNRACK07
CABHARNRACK06
DESCRIPTION LENGTH
25 Way Male D to 9 way Male D
9 Way Male D to 9 way Male D
1 metre
1 metre
DESCRIPTION LENGTH
25 Way Male D to 9 way Male D
9 Way Male D to 9 way Male D
1 metre
1 metre
SURROUND MONITOR
PART CODE
CABHARNRACK07
CABHARNRACK06
RCMA
PART CODE
SUBDSPFameXLR
DESCRIPTION LENGTH
XLR MALE TO 9 Way Male D3 metres
CONTROL CABLE SETUP
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13. M ATRIX EDAC C ONNECTION DETAILS
16
X
16 X-POINT CONNECTIONS
24
X
8 X-POINT CONNECTIONS
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X
8 X-POINT CONNECTIONS
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14. M ATRIX EDAC C ONNECTIONS
16
X
16 CROSS POINT
EDAC 3
CCT Input
01
IN 1 Sc
01
IN 1+
01
IN 102
IN 2 Sc
02
IN 2 +
02
IN 2 03
IN 3 Sc
03
IN 3 +
03
IN 3 04
IN 4 Sc
04
IN 4 +
04
IN 4 05
IN 5 Sc
05
IN 5 +
05
IN 5 06
IN 6 Sc
06
IN 6 +
06
IN 6 07
IN 7 Sc
07
IN 7+
07
IN 7 08
IN 8 Sc
08
IN 8 +
08
IN 8 09
Not Used
09
Not Used
09
Not Used
10
IN 9 Sc
10
IN 9 +
10
IN 9 11
IN 10 Sc
11
IN 10 +
11
IN 10 12
IN 11 Sc
12
IN 11+
12
IN 1113
IN 12 Sc
13
IN 12+
13
IN 1214
IN 13 Sc
14
IN 13 +
14
IN 13 15
IN 14Sc
15
IN 14+
15
IN 14 16
IN 15Sc
16
IN 15+
Pin
A
E
F
H
B
C
D
J
K
L
R
S
T
M
N
P
U
V
AB
W
X
AC
Y
Z
AA
AE
AH
AD
AF
AJ
AL
AP
AR
AM
AS
AT
AZ
AU
AV
AW
BA
BB
BC
AX
AY
BK
BD
EDAC 4
Input Through
Connections
In Parallel
with EDAC 3
25
EDAC 7
CCT Output
01 OUT1 Sc
01 OUT1 +
01 OUT1 02 OUT2 Sc
02 OUT2 +
02 OUT2 03 OUT3 Sc
03 OUT3 +
03 OUT 3 04 OUT 4Sc
04 OUT 4+
04 OUT 4 05 OUT5 Sc
05 OUT 5 +
05 OUT 5 06 OUT6 Sc
06 OUT 6 +
06 OUT 6 07 OUT7 Sc
07 OUT7 +
07 OUT7 08 OUT8Sc
08 OUT 8 +
08 OUT 8 09 Not Used
09 Not Used
09 Not Used
10 Out9Sc
10 OUT9+
10 OUT911 Out10Sc
11 OUT10+
11 OUT1012 Out11Sc
12 OUT11+
12 OUT1113 Out12Sc
13 OUT12+
13 OUT1214 Out13Sc
14 OUT13+
14 OUT1315 Out14Sc
15 OUT14+
15 OUT1416 Out15Sc
16 OUT15+
Pin
A
E
F
H
B
C
D
J
K
L
R
S
T
M
N
P
U
V
AB
W
X
AC
Y
Z
AA
AE
AH
AD
AF
AJ
AL
AP
AR
AM
AS
AT
AZ
AU
AV
AW
BA
BB
BC
AX
AY
BK
BD
EDAC 8
Output Through
Connections
In Parallel
with EDAC7
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17
17
17
18
18
18
IN 15 IN 16 Sc
IN 16 +
IN 16 Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
BE
BF
BL
BM
BN
BH
BJ
16
17
17
17
18
18
18
OUT15Out16Sc
OUT16+
OUT16Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
EDAC 2
Pin Input Through
A
Connections
E
In Parallel
F
with EDAC 1
H
B
C
D
J
K
L
R
S
T
M
N
P
U
V
AB
W
X
AC
Y
Z
AA
AE
AH
AD
AF
AJ
AL
AP
AR
AM
AS
AT
AZ
AU
AV
AW
BA
BB
EDAC 5
CCT Output
01 IN 17 Sc
01 IN 17+
01 IN 1702 IN 18Sc
02 IN 18+
02 IN 1803 IN 19Sc
03 IN 19+
03 IN 1904 IN 20 Sc
04 IN 20 +
04 IN 20 05 IN 21Sc
05 IN 21+
05 IN 2106 IN 22 Sc
06 IN 22 +
06 IN 22 07 IN 23 Sc
07 IN 23 +
07 IN 23 08 IN 24 Sc
08 IN 24 +
08 IN 24 09 Not Used
09 Not Used
09 Not Used
10 Out1Sc
10 OUT1+
10 OUT111 Out2Sc
11 OUT2+
11 OUT212 Out3Sc
12 OUT3+
12 OUT313 Out4Sc
13 OUT4+
13 OUT414 Out5Sc
14 OUT5+
14 OUT5-
BE
BF
BL
BM
BN
BH
BJ
24X8 CROSS POINT
EDAC 1
CCT Input
01 IN 1 Sc
01 IN 1+
01 IN 102 IN 2 Sc
02 IN 2 +
02 IN 2 03 IN 3 Sc
03 IN 3 +
03 IN 3 04 IN 4 Sc
04 IN 4 +
04 IN 4 05 IN 5 Sc
05 IN 5 +
05 IN 5 06 IN 6 Sc
06 IN 6 +
06 IN 6 07 IN 7 Sc
07 IN 7+
07 IN 7 08 IN 8 Sc
08 IN 8 +
08 IN 8 09 Not Used
09 Not Used
09 Not Used
10 IN 9 Sc
10 IN 9 +
10 IN 9 11 IN 10 Sc
11 IN 10 +
11 IN 10 12 IN 11 Sc
12 IN 11+
12 IN 1113 IN 12 Sc
13 IN 12+
13 IN 1214 IN 13 Sc
14 IN 13 +
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EDAC 6
Pin Output Through
A
Connections
E
In Parallel
F
with EDAC 5
H
B
C
D
J
K
L
R
S
T
M
N
P
U
V
AB
W
X
AC
Y
Z
AA
AE
AH
AD
AF
AJ
AL
AP
AR
AM
AS
AT
AZ
AU
AV
AW
BA
BB
15
15
15
16
16
16
17
17
17
18
18
18
IN 14Sc
IN 14+
IN 14 IN 15Sc
IN 15+
IN 15 IN 16 Sc
IN 16 +
IN 16 Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
BC
AX
AY
BK
BD
BE
BF
BL
BM
BN
BH
BJ
15
15
15
16
16
16
17
17
17
18
18
18
Out6Sc
OUT6+
OUT6Out7Sc
OUT7+
OUT7Out8Sc
OUT8+
OUT8Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
BC
AX
AY
BK
BD
BE
BF
BL
BM
BN
BH
BJ
32X8 CROSS POINT
edac 1 + edac 2
CCT
Pin
01 IN 1 Sc A
01 IN 1+
E
01 IN 1F
02 IN 2 Sc H
02 IN 2 + B
02 IN 2 C
03 IN 3 Sc D
03 IN 3 + J
03 IN 3 K
04 IN 4 Sc L
04 IN 4 + R
04 IN 4 S
05 IN 5 Sc T
05 IN 5 + M
05 IN 5 N
06 IN 6 Sc P
06 IN 6 + U
06 IN 6 V
07 IN 7 Sc AB
07 IN 7+
W
07 IN 7 X
08 IN 8 Sc AC
08 IN 8 + Y
08 IN 8 Z
09 N/A
AA
09 N/A
AE
09 N/A
AH
10 IN 9 Sc AD
10 IN 9 + AF
10 IN 9 AJ
11 IN10Sc AL
11 IN 10+ AP
11 IN 10 - AR
12 IN11Sc AM
12 IN 11+ AS
12 IN 11- AT
13 IN12Sc AZ
13 IN 12+ AU
edac 5 + edac 6
CCT
01 IN 17 Sc
01 IN 17+
01 IN 1702 IN 18 Sc
02 IN 18 +
02 IN 18 03 IN 19 Sc
03 IN 19 +
03 IN 19 04 IN 20 Sc
04 IN 20 +
04 IN 20 05 IN 21 Sc
05 IN 21+
05 IN 21 06 IN 22 Sc
06 IN 22 +
06 IN 22 07 IN 23 Sc
07 IN 23 +
07 IN 23 08 IN 24 Sc
08 IN 24 +
08 IN 2409 N/A
09 N/A
09 N/A
10 IN 25 Sc
10 IN 25 +
10 IN 25 11 IN 26 Sc
11 IN 26 +
11 IN 26 12 IN 27 Sc
12 IN 27+
12 IN 2713 IN 28 Sc
13 IN 28+
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Pin
A
E
F
H
B
C
D
J
K
L
R
S
T
M
N
P
U
V
AB
W
X
AC
Y
Z
AA
AE
AH
AD
AF
AJ
AL
AP
AR
AM
AS
AT
AZ
AU
edac 7 + edac 8
CCT
01 Out 1 Sc
01 Out 1 +
01 Out 1 02 Out 2 Sc
02 Out 2 +
02 Out 2 03 Out 3 Sc
03 Out 3 +
03 Out 3 04 Out 4 Sc
04 Out 4 +
04 Out 4 05 Out 5 Sc
05 Out 5 +
05 Out 5 06 Out 6 Sc
06 Out 6 +
06 Out 6 07 Out 7 Sc
07 Out 7 +
07 Out 7 08 Out 8 Sc
08 Out 8 +
08 Out 8 09 N/A
09 N/A
09 N/A
10 N/A
10 N/A
10 N/A
11 N/A
11 N/A
11 N/A
12 N/A
12 N/A
12 N/A
13 N/A
13 N/A
Pin
A
E
F
H
B
C
D
J
K
L
R
S
T
M
N
P
U
V
AB
W
X
AC
Y
Z
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14
14
15
15
15
16
16
16
17
17
17
18
18
18
IN 12IN13Sc
IN 13+
IN 13 IN14Sc
IN 14+
IN 14 IN15Sc
IN 15+
IN 15 IN16Sc
IN 16+
IN 16 N/A
N/A
N/A
AV
AW
BA
BB
BC
AX
AY
BK
BD
BE
BF
BL
BM
BN
BH
BJ
13
14
14
14
15
15
15
16
16
16
17
17
17
18
18
18
IN 28IN 29 Sc
IN 29 +
IN 29 IN 30Sc
IN 30+
IN 30 IN 31Sc
IN 31+
IN 31 IN 32 Sc
IN 32 +
IN 32 Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
AV
AW
BA
BB
BC
AX
AY
BK
BD
BE
BF
BL
BM
BN
BH
BJ
13
14
14
14
15
15
15
16
16
16
17
17
17
18
18
18
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
FAME EXTERNAL METERS
The External Meter Housing has on 56 way EDAC connection with the following
circuits:
CCT
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
8
8
9
9
9
10
10
10
11
FUNCTION
INPUT 1 Sc
INPUT 1 +
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 Sc
INPUT 2 +
INPUT 2 INPUT 3 Sc
INPUT 3 +
INPUT 3 INPUT 4 Sc
INPUT 4 +
INPUT 4 INPUT 5 Sc
INPUT 5 +
INPUT 5 INPUT 6 Sc
INPUT 6 +
INPUT 6 INPUT 7 Sc
INPUT 7 +
INPUT 7 INPUT 8 Sc
INPUT 8 +
INPUT 8 Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
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A
E
F
H
B
C
D
J
K
L
R
S
T
M
N
P
U
V
AB
W
X
AC
Y
Z
AA
AE
AH
AD
AF
AJ
AL
28
11
11
12
12
12
13
13
13
14
14
14
15
15
15
16
16
16
17
17
17
18
18
18
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
AP
AR
AM
AS
AT
AZ
AU
AV
AW
BA
BB
BC
AX
AY
BK
BD
BE
BF
BL
BM
BN
BH
BJ
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15. S URROUND M ONITOR D ESCRIPTION
The Surround Monitor Unit provides the analogue monitor and meter switching for the
Fame system. It comprises of the following features.
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8 Main Inputs. These inputs are fed from the designated Control Room Monitor outputs of the Fame.
8 External Inputs. These inputs can be fed from the X-Point Matrix to provide
‘External to Monitor’ switching. The definition file ‘Mon_Sect.def’ is used to
control the external source selection.
External Stereo Input. This input is provided for monitoring an external source
‘Post Insert’. It can only be monitored on speaker feeds 1&2.
* 12 in to 8 Surround Multiplexer Card. Two of these cards can be fitted. Each
card provides an additional 12 A and 12 B inputs (12 Film and 12 Direct),
which are mixed to 8 sub buses, L bus, R bus, C bus, S bus, LS bus, RS bus, LF
bus and RF bus. Following the source selector, there are 12 meter feeds provided and a non destructive pre or post mute solo system.
8 Inserts. These are post source selection and allow for the insertion of an
encoding device.
Studio Talk Back input. This input can only be routed to speaker outputs 7 & 8,
which should be used for feeding the ‘Studio’ monitors. The optional ACAD
card can route the signal to the Secondary Studio Monitor.
Return Talk Back input. This input is used for talk back from the Studio to the
Control Room. The Talk Back signal can only be picked up by speaker outputs
1&2. The Return Talk Back function is triggered remotely using GPI inputs on
the Surround Monitor Unit.
Solo Input L & R. Not used
External Meter Input L&R. This input can be fed to the Solo Meter Output L&R.
*External Studio L&R Input. Used to feed an external source to the Secondary
Studio Speakers.
*Studio Output L&R. Used as the feed for the Secondary Studio Monitors
(secondary monitor system).
*Derived O/P L&R. Sourced from ‘post inserts’. Used to feed the secondary
monitor system or a stereo machine..
*Noise I/O. Can be used as an input to inject Noise for monitor line ups. A Pink
Noise generator is fitted to the ACAD card. The Noise can be switched to this
output and used for adding ambience or monitor line up purposes.
*Mono Speaker Output. This output can be used to feed a Mono speaker in a
booth, or console near field speaker. It’s source can be fed from the Mono Mix,
Solo or Return Talk Back. The mono source can be pre or post the Academy
filter card. Noise is not fed to this output.
8 Speaker Outputs. These are assigned as
1= L, 2=R, 3=C, 4=S (or SUB in 5 channel or 5.1 mode), 5=LS, 6=RS, 7=Studio
Left, 8=Studio R.
2 Alternate Speaker Outputs (B1, B2). These can be used for near field stereo
monitors.
8 Main Meter Outputs. Pre insert, pre monitor level control.
Solo Meters L & R. Can be sourced from L&R solo, L&R external input, Mono
pre insert (L) and post insert (R ) or from the secondary monitor source (if
option fitted).
*12 or 24 Meter Outputs. Requires one or 2 Multiplexer cards to be fitted.
*Derived Mono Insert Send/Return.
Academy Filter. Optional filter card.
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The Monitor Schematic provides more detailed signal flow information.
The Surround Monitor Unit, like the Matrix and RCMA, is controlled by the PC via the Serial
Communication Bus. The Surround Monitor Unit must be set for ID 2. Audio connections are
made via eight 56 way EDAC connectors, the Surround Monitor Rear View diagram shows the
relevant EDAC circuits.
Refer to diagrams for the relevant EDAC pin outs.
There is a 25 way D type connector on the rear of the unit. This connection is the General
Purpose I/O. Return Talk Back is triggered from this connector via the following connection:
SPECIFICATIONS
Main Inputs to Speaker Outputs (Unity Gain)
Frequency Response
10 Hz Flat to 200KHz (-3dB)
Noise DIN
-87dBu
Distortion 20Hz to 20kHz at 0dBu <0.0025%
Main & External Analogue Inputs
Connectors
Input
Input Level (Max)
Input Sensitivity
Input Impedance
56 way EDAC socket
Balanced
+26dBu
+ 4dBu
40K ohm Balanced
Analogue Outputs
Connectors
Output Impedance
Output Level (Max)
56 way EDAC socket
65 ohms Balanced
+26 dBu
(More detailed specifications are available on request.)
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CONNECTORS
General Purpose Interface.
8 general purpose inputs, opto-isolated +5V max. 2 general purpose outputs, opto-isolated
+5V max.
25 Way D Female ‘J2’
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 9
Pin 10
Pin 11
Pin 12
Pin 13
Pin 14
Pin 15
Pin 16
Pin 17
Pin 18
Pin 19
Pin 20
Pin 21
Pin 22
Pin 23
Pin 24
Pin 25
GPI 0+
GPI 1+
GPI 2 +
GPI 3+
GPI 4+
GPI 5+
GPI 6+
GPI 7+
GPO 0+
GPO 1+
DGND
ADGND
AD+V
GPI 0GPI 1GPI 2GPI 3GPI 4GPI 5GPI 6GPI 7GPO 0GPO 1+5V
AD IN
Control Voltage (+5V Max)
Remote IN.
Serial Comms Data to the PC.
9 Way D Type Female
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pni 5
Pni 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 9
Signal Gnd
N/C
RX
N/C
TX
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
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Remote OUT.
Serial Comms Data to additional Matrix units.
9 Way D Type Female
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pni 5
Pni 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 9
Signal Gnd
N/C
RX
N/C
TX
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
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INDEX
A
O
AES / EBU Inputs 20
AES / EBU Outputs 20
Analogue Inputs 19
Analogue Outputs 19
Audio Assignments 17
Audio Connections 16
Output Assignments 18
P
PC 6, 10
Power Connections 4
Power Supply 6
C
R
Component Checklist 5
Connector Details 19
Console Control Cable 21
CONTROL CABLE SETUP 22
Control Cables 22
Control Surface Communications 11
RCMA 13
S
Specifications 3
Surround Monitor 8, 13, 30
System Cable 6
System Setup 4
D
Digital Inputs and Outputs 20
X
E
X-POINT CONNECTIONS 23
X-POINT Matrix 6
EDAC Connection Details 23
Environment 4
External Meters 28
G
General Purpose Interface 32
GPO Fader Start Card 12
Graphics driver card 10
H
High Speed Control Link 13
I
IBM 10
Input Assignments 17
Installing the Fame System 7
M
Matrix 8, 13
Matrix EDAC Connections 25
MFX 3 Synchronisation Cables 21
Mic Amp 8
Mic Amplifiers 6
Microphone Amplifier 15
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