Peavey SRC 1600/2400 User's Manual

Peavey SRC 1600/2400 User's Manual
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CHANNEL SECTION
GAIN (1)
Varies the gain of the channel input stage to allow a wide Input dynamic
range. Proper adjustment of the input gain is aided by observance
of the LIMIT LED.
HIGH (2)
An active tone control (shelving type, +15 dB) that varies the high
frequency boast or cut.
MID/FREQUENCY (3)
The {inner} "MID" is an active control capable of 15 dB of boost or
cut at the center frequency selected by the (outer) "FREQUENCY"
control. Frequency range is vanable from 200 Hz io 5 kHz.
LOW (4)
An active lone control (shelving type, £15 dB) thal varies the low fre-
quency boast or cul
AUX A (5)
Regulates the amount of signal routed to the AUX A Master control.
This control 1s: Pre (before) EQ and Pre Fader
AUX B (6)
Regulates the amount of signal routed to the AUX B Master control.
This control is Pre (before) EQ and Pre Fader,
AUX C (7)
The AUX C control regulates the amount of signal routed to the
AUX C Master control.
AUX D (8)
The AUX D control regulates the amount of signal routed to the
AUX D Master control,
PRE/POST SWITCH (9)
The PRE/POST switch will choose whether the AUX © signal is taken
PRE-EQ/FADER (Sut position) or POSTEQFADER (In position),
NOTE: PRE/POST switch is functional on both AUX C and AUX D
sends,
NOTE: PRE send controls are normally used for crealing a monitor
mix.
POST send controls are normally used for outboard effects:
AUX E/F (10) (11)
Two AUX sends are provided in a dual-concentric control. The inner
knob ls AUX E (10); the outer ls AUX F (11). Both sends are Post
(alter) EQ and Post Fader. The AUX E Send routes signal to the AUX Е
Master control. The AUX F Send routes signal to the AUX F Master
control
PAN (12)
For stereo operation, PAN is used to mix the channel output to left,
right, or in between in the "stereo image.” For mono or submaster-
ing operation, the PAN control is used with the assigment switches
to pan the channel output between Submasters 1 or 2 when the 1-2
button is pressed, Submasters 3 or 4 when the 3-4 button is pressed,
and direct to L or R when the L-R button is pressed
LIMIT LED (13)
Indicates when the signal level in the channel is too high. It illuminates
when the channel signal reaches approximately +15 dBW.
PFL (14)
Allows cueing of any channel or combination of channels instantly
through headphones connected {o the headphone jack (master sec-
tion). All channel functions (except fader) may be monitared via the
channel PFL system.
L-R (15)
When depressed, this button allows the channel tô send its output
through the PAN control, which will now "“crossiade’ between Out
pui Masters Left and Right. With this function engaged, Pan control
L position directs output to the Left Output Master, center position will
output to both Masters equally, and in the R position the output will
be sent to the Right Output Master.
1-2 (16)
When depressed, this button allows the channel to send its outpul
through the PAN control, which will now “crossfade’” between Sub-
masters 1 and 2. With this function engaged. Fan control L position
directs output to Submaster 1, center position will output to both sub-
masters equally, and in the R position the output will be sent to Sub-
master 2
3-4 (17)
When depressed, this button allows the channel to send lis output
through the PAN control, which will now “crossfade” between Sub-
masters 3 and 4 With this function engaged, Pan control L position
directs output to Submaster 3, center position will output to both Sub-
masters equally, anc in the R position the output will be sent to the
Submaster 4.
CHANNEL LEVEL FADER (18)
Determines the level of the channel. Calibration ıs in dB and level is
variable from infinity (off) to +10 dB. This should be operated near
the "0 dB" (unity gain) indicator whenever possible to assure an op-
timum balance between channel noise and headroom,
SUB 1 ARRAY (19)
A calibrated LED array is provided to visually indicate the output level
of SUB 1.
SUB 2/PFL ARRAY (20)
A calibrated, switch-selectable LED array is provided to visually in-
dicate the output level of Sub 2 or PFL.
SUB 2/PFL SELECT (21)
Switch Out position selects Sub 2; Switch In position selecis PRL
SUB 3/L ARRAY (22)
A calibrated, switch-selectable LED array 18 provided to visually in-
dicate the cutput level of Sub 3 or Left.
SUB 4/R ARRAY (23)
A calibrated, switch-selectable LED array Is provided to visually in-
dicate the cutput level of Sub 4 or Right
SUB 3/LEFT SELECT AND SUB 4/RIGHT SELECT (24)
Switch Out position selects Sub 3; Switch In position selects Left.
Switch Out position selects Sub 4; Switch In position selects Right.
AUX A RETURN SECTION
LEVEL (25)
Controls the level af the AUX "A" Return, When an outboard effects
device 1s patched into the AUX “A” patch loop, this control deter-
mines the level of the effect that is routed thru the AUX "A" Pan control.
PAN (26)
Assigns AUX "A" return to Left, Right, or both. Must be used in con-
junction with AUX “A” Return Level.
AUX B RETURN SECTION
LEVEL (27)
Controls the level of the AUX "B" Return. When an outboard effects
device is patched into he AUX “'B" patch loop, this control deter-
mines the level of the effect that is routed thru the AUX "B" Pan
control,
PAN (28)
Assigns AUX “B'' return to Left, Right, or both, Must be used in con-
junction with AUX “B" Return Level.
AUX C RETURN SECTION
TO AUX A (29)
Allows the AUX "C” return to be assigned lo the AUX “A” mix.
TO AUX B (30)
Allows the AUX "C' return to be assigned to the AUX "B'" mix.
LEVEL (31)
Controls the level of the AUX "“C" Return. When an outboard effects
device is patched into the AUX “C” patch loop. this control deter-
mines the level of the effect that is routed thru the AUX “C” Pan
control.
PAN (32)
Assigns AUX "C” Return to L & R, or Subs 1, 2, 3, and 4, Must be
used in conjunction with assignment switches 30 thru 32.
PFL (33)
The “in” position of this switch assigns the AUX “C'” Return to PFL.
L-R (34)
The "in" position of this switch routes the AUX “C” Return thru
AUX “C” Pan control directiy to left, right, or both. The “out” posi-
tion removes AUX “C' from L and R.
1-2 (35)
The “in” position of this switch routes the AUX “C” Return thru
AUX “C” Pan control to Sub 1, Sub 2, or both. The “out” position
removes AUX "С" пот Subs 1 and 2.
3-4 (36)
The "in" position of this switch routes the AUX "C'” Return thru
AUX ‘C" Pan control to Sub 3, Sub 4, or both. The “out” position
removes AUX "C” from Subs 3 and 4,
Note: Assignment switching works in conjunction with AUX “C” Pan
control 32.
SUB 1 SECTION
PAN (37)
For stereo operation, PAN is used to "crossíade” the Submaster to
the center, left or right in the L-R “stereo image.” For mono operation,
PAN assigns the Submaster output to the Left or Right Masters.
PFL (38)
The “in” position of this switch assigns Sub 1 to PFL.
SUB 1 (39)
This fader sets the level of Submaster 1.
AUX D RETURN SECTION
TO AUX A (40)
Allows the AUX “'D" return lo be assigned to the AUX "A" mix.
TO AUX B (41)
Allows the AUX “D' return to be assigned to the AUX "BD mix
LEVEL (42)
Controls the level of the AUX “D” Return. When an outboard effects
device is paiched into the AUX “D” patch loop, this control determines
the level of the effect that is routed thru the AUX "D' Pan control.
PAN (43)
Assigns AUX "D" Return to L & R, or Subs 1, 2, 3, and 4, Must be
used in conjunction with assignment switches 41 thru 43.
PFL (44)
The "in" position of this switch assigns the AUX "D" Return to PFL.
L-R (45)
The “in” position of this switch routes the AUX "D" Return thru
AUX "D" Pan control directly to left, right. or both. The “out” position
removes AUX “D” from L and В.
1-2 (46)
The "in" position of this switch routes the AUX “D” Return thru
AUX “D” Pan control to Sub 1, Sub 2, or both. The “out” position
removes AUX “D” from Subs 1 and 2.
3-4 (47)
The ‘in position of this switch routes the AUX "D” Return thru
AUX "D" Pan control to Sub 3, Sub 4, or both. The "out" position
removes AUX “D" from Subs 3 and 4.
Note: Assignment switching works in conjunction with AUX “D” Pan
control 43.
SUB 2 SECTION
PAN (48)
For stereo operation, PAN is used to “crossíade the Submaster lo the
center, left or right in the L-R “stereo image” For mono operation. PAN
assigns the Submaster output to the Left or Right Masters.
PFL (49)
The "in" position of this switch assigns Sub 2 to PFL
SUB 2 (50)
This fader sets the level of Submaster 2.
AUX E RETURN SECTION
TO AUX A (51)
Allows the AUX "E" return to be assigned to the AUX “A” mix
TO AUX E (52)
Allows the AUX "E" return to be assigned to the AUX "B” mix.
LEVEL (53)
Controls the level of the AUX "E" Return. When an outboard effects
device is patched into the AUX “E” patch loop, this control determines
the level of the effect that is routed thru the AUX “E” Pan control.
PAN (54)
Assigns AUX "E" Return to L & R, or Subs 1, 2, 3, and 4 Must be
used in conjunction with assignment switches 56 thru 58.
PFL (55)
The "in position of this switch assigns the AUX “E” Return to PFL
L-R (56)
The "in" position of this switch routes the AUX “E” Return thru
AUX "E" Pan control directly to left, right, or both, The “out” position
removes AUX "E" from L and R.
1-2 (57)
The “in” position of this switch routes the AUX "E" Relurn thru
AUX “E” Pan control to Sub 1, Sub 2, or both. The “out” position
removes AUX "E" from Subs 1 and 2,
3-4 (58)
The “in” position of this swileh routes the AUX “E” Retum thru
AUX “E” Pan control to Sub 3, Sub 4, or both. The “out” position
removes AUX “E” from Subs 3 and 4.
Note: Assignment switching works in conjunction with AUX “E” Pan
control 54.
SUB 3 SECTION
PAN (59)
For stereo operation, PAN is used to "crossfade’’ the Submaster to the
center left. or right in the L-R "stereo image." For mano operation, PAN
assigns the Submaster output to the Left or Right Masters.
PFL (60)
The “in'' position of this switch assigns Sub 3 to PFL,
SUB 3 (61)
This tader sets the level of Submaster 3.
AUX F RETURN SECTION
TO AUX A (62)
Allows the AUX “F" return to be assigned io the AUX “A” mix.
TO AUX B (63)
Allows the AUX “F" return to be assigned to the AUX “B” mix.
LEVEL (64)
Controls the level of the AUX “F” Return. When an outboard effects
device is paîched into the AUX "F" patch loop, this control determines
the level of the effect that is routed thru the AUX "F" Pan control.
PAN (65)
Assigns AUX “F" Return to L & В, ог Subs 1, 2, 3, and 4, Must be
used in conjunction with assignment switches 67 thru 65
PFL (66)
The “in” position of this switch assigns the AUX “F” Return to PFL.
L-R (67)
The “in' position of this switch routes the AUX “FE” Return thru
AUX "F' Pan control directly to left, right. or both. The ‘out position
removes AUX “F from L and R.
1-2 (68)
The “in” position of this switch routes the AUX °F Return thru
AUX “F” Pan control to Sub 1, Sub 2, or both. The "out" position
removes AUX "“F" from Subs 1 and 2.
3-4 (69)
The “in position of this switch routes the AUX “F' Return thru
AUX "F" Pan control to Sub 3, Sub 4, or both. The “out” position
removes AUX "F" from Subs 3 and 4.
Mote: Assignment switching works in conjunction with AUX CF" Pan
control 65.
SUB 4 SECTION
PAN (70)
For stereo operation, PAN is used to "crossfade” ihe Submaster to the
center, left, or right in the LR “stereo image.” For mona operation, FAN
assigns the Submaster output to the Left or Right Masters.
PFL (71)
The "in" position of this switch assigns Sub 4 to PFL.
SUB 4 (72)
This fader gets the level of Submaster 4.
POWER LED (73)
llluminates when AC power is being supplied to the unit,
LEFT (74)
Master Fader for all channels and Submasters assigned to the LEFT.
Determines the overall Left Main mix level,
RIGHT (75)
Master Fader for all channels and Submasters assigned to the RIGHT.
Determines the overall Right Main mix level,
POWER SWITCH (76)
Depress the switch 10 the "On" position. The red power LED (71) will
illuminate indicating power is being supplied to the unit.
LAMP (77)
À Z-pin XLA jack is provided for connecting an optional gooseneck
mixer lamp (Model ML-2) for illumination in adverse lighting conditions.
STEREO OUT (78)
Adjusts the Left and Right signal level to the STEREO OUT jack. Signals
are taken before (Pre) the LEFT and RIGHT Main Faders.
MASTER (79)
Controls the overall mix level when the mixer is operated in the mano
configuration (4x2x1), MASTER is the combination of the Main LEFT
and RIGHT signals and the MASTER AUX In.
HEADPHONE LEVEL (80)
Adjusts the level of L/R signals al the HEADPHONE jack, uniess the
PFL signal is present.
PFL LEVEL (81)
Controls the level for any “pre fade listen” (PFL) source, selected on
the mixer and sends this signal to the headphones. One or more PRL
switches must be engaged before this confrel is active. PFL LED in-
dicates when the PFL is active. NOTE: When the PFL 1s active, it over-
rides Sterec LR In the headphones
HEADPHONE JACK (82)
This stereo jack allows signal to flow to both sides of any stereo headset.
Tip = Left, Ring = Right.
AUX MASTERS/PFL (83)
Six AUX Masters are provided (one for each of the 6 AUX sends). Each
AUX Master control regulates the overall mix level appearing at the
AUX output jack. Each AUX Master is equipped with a PEL switch.
The “in” position ef his switch assigns the AUX to PFL
OPERATIONAL NOTE: (84)
The AUX mix capability of this console provides control over Monitor
and Effects mixing. Monitor mixes are normally configured PRE at the
channel faders (see Pre/Post switch AUX Cand D) The AUX Masters
become Monitor Master controls In this configuration, controlling the
signal level at the AUX output jack. Effects mixes are normally con-
figured POST at the channel faders. The AUX Masters become Effect
Master controls in this configuration, controlling the signal level at the
AUX output jack.
AUX A znd B sends are internally set PRE and should be the ob-
vious choices for Monitor mixing. AUX E and F sends are internally
set POST and should be the obvious choices for Effects. AUX C and
D sends are swilch-selectable (PRE or POST) and may be configured
for either Effects or Monitors,
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MASTER SECTION
MASTER L AUX IN (85)
An input to Master for patching in signals from external devices such
as effects processors.
MASTER R AUX IN (86)
An input to Master for patching in signals from external devices such
as effects processors.
MASTER OUTPUT (87)
This outpul is a “mong” combination of the left and right program
material. The signal level at this output is determined by the master
level control. May be used to drive external devices such as power
amps, graphic equalizers, effects processors, elc
PFL PATCH (88)
À sierec ‘ack for patching two PFL buses together from mixer to mixer
Tip = PFL Audio Signal, Ring = PFL Switching Control Signal, and
grounding the sleeve activates the FFL System.
RIGHT SECTION
RIGHT AUX IN (89)
An input to the RIGHT MASTER for patching in signals from external
devices such as effect processors, or adding channels from a second
mixer,
RIGHT OUTPUT (90)
An output from the RIGHT MASTER for patching signals out ot exter-
nal devices such as effects processors, graphic equalizers, power
amplifiers, etc.
RIGHT LINE IN (91)
A ins level input to the Right Line Amplifier for patching in signals before
the balanced outpul. This Input jack is switching and may be used for
“In Ling" loop capability in conjunction with the right line output, An
external signal patched in at this point may utilize the right line driver
stage and the XLR balanced output. NOTE: The insertion of à a”
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phone plug at this point removes the balanced output capability from
the right main via the switching jack.
RIGHT BALANCED OUT (92)
A balanced line output containing the RIGHT OUTPUT signal. The
signal level at this output is controlled by the right master slider, uniess
the “Right Line Input” switching jack has been activated. This balanc-
ed output may be used to balance other signals which may be patch-
ed in at the RIGHT LINE INPUT. (See Right Line In, 91.)
LEFT SECTION
LEFT AUX IN (93)
An input to the LEFT MASTER for patching in signals from external
devices such as effects processars, or adding channels from a second
mixer.
LEFT OUTPUT (94)
An output from the LEFT MASTER for patching signals out te external
devices such as effects processors, graphic equalizers, power amplifiers,
etc
LEFT LINE IN (95)
A line level input to the Left Line Amplifier for patching in signals before
the balanced output, This input jack is switching and may be used for
“In Ling" loop capability in conjunction with the left line output, An ex-
ternal signal patched in at this point may utilize the left line driver stage
and the XLR balanced output. NOTE: The insertion of à 14” phone
plug at this point removes the balanced output capability from Ihe left
main via the switching jack:
LEFT BALANCED OUT (96)
A balanced line output containing the LEFT OUTPUT signal. The signal
level at this output is controlled by the left master slider. unless the "Left
Line Input” switching jack has been activated. This balanced output
may be used to balance other signals which may be patched in at the
LEFT LINE INPUT. (See Left Line In, 95.)
AUX A SECTION
AUX A AUX IN (97)
An input for patching external signals into the AUX A mixing bus. When
connecting mare than one mixer for additional channels, the AUX or
Monitor cutput trom the second mixer should normally patch in at this
point.
AUX A OUT (98)
An output from the combinaton of AUX À channe: SEND controis and
the AUX A Master control for patching signals out to external devices
such as power amplifiers. graphic equalizers, etc. The AUX A Output
is PRE the channel EQ and Fader and is normally used for a separate
monitor mix.
AUX À LINE IN (99)
A line level input to the AUX A Line Amplifier for patching in signals
before the balanced output. This input jack is switching and may be
used for "ln Ling” loop capability in conjunction with the AUX A line
output. Any external signal patched in at this paint may utilize the AUX A
line driver stage and the XLR balanced output, NOTE: The insertion
of a 4” phone plug at this point removes thie balanced output capability
from the AUX A bus via the switching jack.
AUX A BALANCED OUT (100)
A balanced Ine output containing the AUX À output signal. The signa!
level al this output is controlled by the AUX À Master Level, unless the
CALC A Line Input’ switching ¡ack has been activated. This balanced
output may be used to balance other signals which may be patched
in at the AUX A Line Input (See AUX A Line In, 99)
AUX B SECTION
AUX B AUX IN (101)
An input for patching external signals into the AUX B mixing bus. When
connecting more than ong mixer for additional channels, the AUX or
Monitor output from the second mixer should normally patch in at this
pom.
AUX B OUT (102)
An output from he combination of AUX B channel SEND controls and
Ine AUX B Master control for patching signals out to external devices
such as power amplifiers, graphic equalizers, etc. The AUX B Output
ig POST the channel EQ and Fader and is normally used to drive ex-
ternal effects processors controlled by AUX 83 Effects loop. When ex-
ternal effects devices are not employed, the AUX B Output may be
used as a separate recording mi or to drive additional power
amplspeaker combinations,
AUX B LINE IN (103)
À line ‘evel input to the AUX A Line Amplifier for patching in signals
before the balanced output. This input jack is swiiching and may be
used far “In Ling” loop capability in conjunction with the AUX B line
output. Any external signal patchea in at this point may utilize the AUX. A
line driver stage and the XLR balanced output. NOTE: The insertion
cf a a" phone plug at this point removes the balanced output capability
from the AUX B bus wa the switching jack.
AUX B BALANCED QUT (104)
A balanced line output containing the AUX B ouput signal. The signal
level at this cutout 1s controlled by the AUX B Master Level, unless the
CACA 5 Line Input switehing ¡ack has been activated. This balanced
Quipul may be used to balance other signals which may be patched
in at the AUX B Line Input. (See AUX B Line In, 103)
AUX C SECTION
AUX C OUT (105)
An output from the combination of AUX C channe: SEND controls and
the AUX C Master control for patching signals out to external devices
such as power amplifiers, graphic equalizers, etc. The AUX C Output
Is switchable PRE or POST from the channel and may be used as a
separate monitor mix of 16 drive external effects processors. When ad-
ditional monitor mixes are not needed and no external effects devices
are employed, the AUX © Duiput may be used as a separate recor-
ding mix or lo drive additional power amp/speaker combinations,
AUX C RETURN (106)
A signal patched into the ALIX C Return input is routed directly to the
AUX C Leve: control, completing the “C'' effects loop, (See AUX C
QUT, 101) The AUX C Return jack 1s normally used tor the outout from
external effects devices controlled by the AUX C bus
AUX D SECTION
AUX D OUT (107)
An output from the combination of AUX D channel SEND controls and
ine AUX D Master control for patching signals oul to external devices
such as power amplifiers, graphic equalizers, etc. The AUX D Output
Ss switchable PRE or POST from the channel and may be used as a
separate monitor mix orto drive external effects processors. When ad-
dilicnal monitor mixes are not needed and no external ef-
lects devices are employed, the AUX D Output may be used as a
separate recording mix or to drive acditional power amp/speaker
combinations.
AUX D RETURN (108)
A signal patched into the AUX D Return input is routed directly to the
AUX D Level contral, completing the "D7 effects loop, (See AUX D
OUT. 103) The AUX D Return jack 1s normally used for the output from
external effects devices controlled by the AUX D bus,
AUX E SECTION
AUX E OUT (109)
An output from the combination of AUX E channe! SEND controls and
the AUX E Master control for patching signals out to external devices
suchas power amplifiers, graphic equalizers, ete. The ALK E Qutpul
IS POST the channel EC and Fader and is normally used to drive ex-
ternal effects processors. When no external effects devices are
employed, the AUX E Quipul may be used asa separate recording
mix, or tp drive additional power amp/speaker combinations,
AUX E RETURN (110)
À signal patched into the AUX E Return input is routed directly to the
AUX E Level control, completing the “E effects loop. (Sea AUX E OUT,
105) The AUX E Return jack is normally used for the output from &x-
ternal effects devices controlled by the AUX E bus
AUX F SECTION
AUX F OUT (111)
An output from the combination of AUX F channel SEND controls and
the AUX F Master control for patching signals cut to external devices
such as power amplifiers, graphic equalizers, ele. The ALIX F Output
is POST the channel EQ and Fader and 1s normally used lo drive ex
ternal effects processors. When no external effects devices are
employed, the AUX F Output may be used as a separate recording
mix or to drive additional power amp/spagker combinations.
AUX F RETURN (112)
A signal patched into the ALIX F Return input is routed directly to the
AUX F Level control, completing the F" effects pop. (See AUX F OUT,
107.) The AUX F Return jack 1s normally used for the output from ex-
ternal effects devices controlled by the AUX F bus.
SUBMASTER SECTION
SUBMASTER AUX INPUTS (113)
These inputs may be used fo patch an external signal into any of the
four submix buses. AUX inputs are normally used far connecting a se-
cond mixer for addimonal channels,
SUBMASTER SENDS (114)
These sends provide outputs from all four Submasters to drive exter-
nal devices such as effects processors, ape recorder inputs, graphic
equalizers, etc. The signal level at the "Sub Sends’ is determined by
the Submaster slider, 1 thru 4. Submasler sends are normally used as
Ihe cutout for an independent effects loop on a particular sub group,
or to supply an unbalanced output 10 tape deck inputs. (See SUB
Returns, 115)
SUBMASTER 4, 3, 2, and 1 RETURNS (115)
The sub returns are switching inputs and route signals patched in at
this point directly to the Submaster PAN controls. The sub returns are
normally used to complete the effects patch loop for signal processing
ol individual Submasters (See SUB SENDS, 114) NOTE: The sub retum
paich point is “after” the submaster slider and “before” he Submaster
pan control.
AUX A RETURN SECTION
AUX A RETURN (116)
À signal patched into the AUX A Return input is routed directly to the
AUX A Return level and pan controls to the left and right masters. This
is à stereo connection with Tip=Leit and Ring =Right,
AUX B RETURN SECTION
AUX B RETURN (117)
A signal patched into the AUX B Rewrn input is routed directly to the
AUX E Return level and pan controls to the left and right masters. This
S a stereo connection with Tip=Left and Ring=Right
STEREO SECTION
STEREO OUT (118)
À stereo (L and R) output is provided for driving external devices such
as Siereo tape recorders, stereo equalizers, siereo power ampliiers, etc.
The signal level at Ihe stereo out jack is determined by the stereo out
level control. NOTE: Stereo 4" plugs used to access the STEREO OUT
signal should be wired Tip = left and Ring = right.
PHANTOM POWER ON/OFF
PHANTOM POWER ON/OFF (119)
This switch selects 48V DC phantom power for all channels. In the “off”
position, no phantom powering is available on any channels.
CHANNEL PATCH SECTION
Note: These facilites are duplicated on every channel
PATCH PRE (120)
A pre-EQ and level seno/return patch. This uses à stereo jack. Tip is
send, and ring 15 retum
LOW Z IN (121)
For use with low impedance microphones or low level sources equip-
ned with an XLA connector.
LINE IN (122)
Input for use with line level sources equipped with an Ya” connector.
LINE CORD (123)
For your safety, we have incorporated a 3-wire line (mains) cable with
proper grounding facilities, It is not advisable to remove the ground
pin under any circumstances, If it is necessary to use the equipment
without proper grounding facilities, suitable grounding adaptors should
Бе used. Less noise and greatly reduced shock hazard exists when
the unit is operated with the proper grounded receptacles.
CHANNEL PATCH
DIAGRAM
EFFECTS DEVICEGRAPHIC
PRE CHANNEL PATCH
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NOTE: ALL CABLING SHOULD BE
SHIELDED UNTIL INPUT OF POWER
AMP IS CONNECTED AFTER POWER
AMP ALL CABLING MAY BE SPEAKER
CABLES.
IN
STERO
SIGNAL PROCESSOR PATCH
OUT IN
SIGNAL PROCESSOR PATCH
OUT IN
SIGNAL PROCESSOR PATCH
OUT IN
SIGNAL PROCESSOR PATCH
SPECIFICATIONS:
All specification are typical unless other-
wise noted, and are referenced to
nominal output level (O dBV) unless
otherwise noted. All measuremetns are
wideband 20 Hz to 20 kHz unless
otherwise stated.
O dev = 1 Volt
O dBu = .778 Volt
CHANNEL
Equivalent Input Noise:
-133 dBV (150 ohm, 25 Degrees C.,
60 dB Gain)
Frequency Response:
+2 dB 20-20,000 Hz all EQ Flat
Distortion:
Less than 05% @ 0 de Output
60 dB Gain Typical .003% @ 0 dB
Output 30 dB Gain (Mic input to L or
R Qutputs, EQ flat, Sliders at О)
Common Mode Rejection Ration
ICMRR)
Greater than 100 dB typical
Input Impedance:
Mic = 2K Ohms
Line = 10K Ohms
Patch Return = 20K Ohms
Output Impedance:
Patch Send = 100 Ohms
High EQ:
+15 dB @ 10 kHz Minimum
Center Detent flat + de
Mid EQ:
+15 dB @ Selected Frequency
Mid Frequency:
200 Hz to 5 kHz adjustment of Mid
Frequency
Low EQ:
+16 dB @ 50 Hz Minimum
Center Detent flat +2 dB
Maximum Preamp Gain:
50 dB Minimum
Minimum Preamp Gain:
2 dB
Maximum Channel Gain:
70 de
(Pan at L or A, Slider (7 Max, EQ flat)
Maximum Input Level:
Mic = +16 dBV (6.3V RMS!
Line = +36 dBV (60V RMS)
Patch Return = +18 dBY (BY RMS)
Maximum Qutput Level:
Patch Send = +18 dBV (8V RMS]
Nominal Input Level:
Mic = -20 dBV (100mV, -18 dBuj
Line = 0 dBV (1V RMS)
Patch Return = © dBV (1.0V RMS)
Headroom:
Nominal = 18 dev
Red LED = 3 dev
Pan Characteristics:
2 dB Down @ Mid Positions
LED Level:
Red = +15 dBV (5.62% BMS)
MASTER
LED Meter Calibration:
0 = O dBV (1.0V RMS]
Nominal Output Level Unbalanced:
Master: = +0 dBV (1.0V RMS)
L& RR = +0 dBV (1.0V RMS)
AUX A-F = +0 dBV (10V RMS)
Nominal Output Level Balanced
L & R = +6 dBV {2.0V AMS)
AUX À & B = +6 deV (2.0V RMS)
Nominal Headroom:
Master = 19 dB
L & R = 19 dB (Balanced and
Unbalanced)
AUX A-F = 19 dB (Balanced and
Unbalanced]
Maximum Output Level Unbalanced:
Master = + 19.5 dBV (9.5V AMS,
4+ 21.5 dBu)
L&R = +195 dBV (9.5V RMS,
+ 21.5 dBu)
AUX A-F = 419.5 dBV {9.5V BMS,
+ 21.5 dBu)
Maximum Output Level
L & В = +255 dBY (18.8V EMS,
+27.5 dBu
AUX A-F = +255 dBV (18.8V
RMS, +27.5 dBul
Output Impedance:
Master = 100 ohms
L & B = 100 ohms (Balanced and
Unbalanced)
AUX A-F = 100 ohms (Balanced
and Unbalanced)
OUTPUT NOISE:
SRC™ 1600
Residual: -97 dBV
IL E A Sliders down)
Bus: -90 dBV (All Channel
sliders down, Effect Return
down, all Pan at middle)
Nominal: -83.5 dBV (All
Channels at 30 dB Gain,
150 ohm Input, EQ Flat, Pan
Middle, sliders at O, all assigns
at L & R, Effects Returns down)
SRC™ 2400
Residual: -97 dev
(L & À Sliders down!
Bus: -88 dBV
(All Channel sliders down, Ef-
fects Returns down, all Pan at
middie)
Nominal: -80 dBV
(All Channels at 30 dB Gain,
150 Ohm Input, EQ Flat, Pan
Middle, Sliders at 0, All assigns
at L & R, Effects Returns down
AUX A-F Return Input Impedance:
100K Ohms
Effect A & B Return Gain:
16.5 de Max
Auxiliary Input Gain:
O de
(Master, L, A, AUX A & B, Sub 1-4)
PFL Auxiliary:
Tip = PFL Signal E 1V RMS
Nominal
Ring = PFL Switch Signal (Groun-
ding Activates PFL)
Headphone:
Stereo 8 ohm to 200 ohm Nominal
Tip = Left Ring = Right, Sleeve =
Ground
500mW Total Power
Less than 1% distortion
Power Consumption:
120V AC 60 Hz, 30 Watts
Weight & Dimensions
SRC™1600
43 Ibs.
36%" Wx 5” Hx 26%" D
SRC™ 2400
57 lbs.
52%” Wx 5” Hx 25%” D
Features and specifications subject to
change without notice.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY VALID ONLY WHEN PURCHASED AND REGISTERED IN THE UNITED STATES OR CANADA. ALL EXPORTED PRODUCTS
ARE SUBJECT TO WARRANTY AND SERVICES TO BE SPECIFIED AND PROVIDED BY THE AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR FOR EACH COUNTRY.
Ces clauses de garantie ne sont vaiables qu'aux Etats-Unis et au Canada. Dans tour les autres pays, les clauses de garantie et de maintenance sont
fixees par le distributeur national et assuree par lul seion la legislation envigueur. » » Diese Garantie ist nur in den USA and Kanada gultig. Alle Export-
Produkte sind der Garantie und dem Service des Importeurs des jewelligen Landes unterworfen. » = Esta garantia es valida solamente cuando el
producto es comprado en E.U. continentales o en Canada. Todos los productos que sean comprados en el extranjero, estan sujetos a las garantias y
servicio que cada distribuidor autorizado determine y ofrezca en los diferentes paises.
PEAVEY ONE-YEAR LIMITED
WARRANTY/REMEDY
FEAVEY ELECTRONICS CORPORATION ("PEAVEY") warrants this product, EXCEPT for covers, footswitches, patehcords, tubes and meters, to be free from
defects in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from date of purchase, PROVIDED, however, that this limited warranty is extended only to the
original retall purchaser and is subject to the conditions, exclusions, and limitations hereinafter set forth:
PEAVEY 90-DAY LIMITED WARRANTY ON TUBES AND METERS
If this product contains tubes or meters, Peavey warrants the tubes or meters contained in the product to be free from defects in material and workmanship for
a period of ninety (90) days from date of purchase; PROVIDED, however, that this limited warranty is extended only to the original retail purchaser and is also
subject to the conditions, exclusions, and limitations hereinafter set forth.
CONDITIONS, EXCLUSIONS, AND LIMITATIONS OF LIMITED WARRANTIES
These limited warranties shall be void and of no effect, if:
a. The first purchase of the product is for the purpose of resale; or
b. The original retail purchase is not made from an AUTHORIZED PEAVEY DEALER; or
6. The product has been damaged by accident or unreasonable use, neglect, improper service or maintenance, or other causes not arising out of defects in
material or workmanship; or
d. The serial number affixed to the product is altered, defaced, or removed.
In the event of a defect in material and/or workmanship covered by this limited warranty, Peavey will:
a. Inthe case of tubes or meters, replace the defective component without charge.
b. In other covered cases (i.e., cases involving anything other than covers, footswitches, patchcords, tubes or meters), repair the defect in material or
workmanship or replace the product, at Peavey's option; and provided, however, that, in any case, all costs of shipping, if necessary, are paid by you, the
purchaser.
THE WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD SHOULD BE ACCURATELY COMPLETED AND MAILED TO AND RECEIVED BY PEAVEY WITHIN FOURTEEN (14)
DAYS FROM THE DATE OF YOUR PURCHASE.
In order to obtain service under these warranties, you must:
a. Bring the defective item to any PEAVEY AUTHORIZED DEALER or AUTHORIZED PEAVEY SERVICE CENTER and present therewith the ORIGINAL
PROOF OF PURCHASE supplied to you by the AUTHORIZED PEAVEY DEALER in connection with your purchase from him of this product.
If the DEALER or SERVICE CENTER is unable to provide the necessary warranty service you will be directed to the nearest other PEAVEY AUTHORIZED
DEALER or AUTHORIZED PEAVEY SERVICE CENTER which can provide such service.
OR
b. Ship the defective item, prepaid, to:
PEAVEY ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
International Service Center
326 Hwy. 11 & 80 East
Meridian, MS 39301
including therewith a complete, detailed description of the problem, together with a legible copy of the original PROOF OF PURCHASE and a complete return
address. Upon Peavey's receipt of these items: If the defect is remedial under these limited warranties and the other terms and conditions expressed herein
have been complied with, Peavey will provide the necessary warranty service to repair or replace the product and will return it, FREIGHT COLLECT, to you,
the purchaser.
Peavey's liability to the purchaser for damages from any cause whatsoever and regardless of the form of action, including negligence, is limited to the actual
damages up to the greater of $500.00 or an amount equal to the purchase price of the product that caused the damage or that is the subject of or is directly related
to the cause of action. Such purchase price will be that in effect for the specific product when the cause of action arose. This limitation of liability will not apply to
claims for personal injury or damage to real property or tangible personal property allegedly caused by Peavey's negligence. Peavey does not assume liability for
personal injury or property damage arising out of or caused by a non-Peavey alteration or attachment, nor does Peavey assume any responsibility for damage to
interconnected non-Peavey equipment that may result from the normal functioning and maintenance of the Peavey equipment.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL PEAVEY BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOST PROFITS, LOST SAVINGS, ANY INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, OR ANY
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT, EVEN IF PEAVEY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
THESE LIMITED WARRANTIES ARE IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR USE; PROVIDED, HOWEVER, THAT IF THE OTHER TERMS AND
CONDITIONS NECESSARY TO THE EXISTENCE OF THE EXPRESSED, LIMITED WARRANTIES, AS HEREINABOVE STATED, HAVE BEEN COMPLIED
WITH, IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE NOT DISCLAIMED DURING THE APPLICABLE ONE-YEAR OR NINETY-DAY PERIOD FROM DATE OF PURCHASE OF
THIS PRODUCT.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATION ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, OR THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THESE LIMITED WARRANTIES GIVE YOU
SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH MAY VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
THESE LIMITED WARRANTIES ARE THE ONLY EXPRESSED WARRANTIES ON THIS PRODUCT, AND NO OTHER STATEMENT, REPRESENTATION,
WARRANTY, OR AGREEMENT BY ANY PERSON SHALL BE VALID OR BINDING UPON PEAVEY.
In the event of any modification or disclaimer of expressed or implied warranties, or any limitation of remedies, contained herein conflicts with applicable law,
then such modification, disclaimer or limitation, as the case may be, shall be deemed to be modified to the extent necessary to comply with such law.
Your remedies for breach of these warranties are limited to those remedies provided herein and Peavey Electronics Corporation gives this limited warranty only
with respect to equipment purchased in the United States of America.
INSTRUCTIONS — WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD
1. Mail the completed WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD to:
PEAVEY ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
P.O. BOX 2898
Mendian, MS 39302-2898
a. Keep the PROOF OF PURCHASE. In the event warranty service is required during the warranty period, you will need this document. There will be no
identification card issued by Peavey Electronics Corporation.
2. IMPORTANCE OF WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARDS AND NOTIFICATION OF CHANGES OF ADDRESSES:
a. Completion and mailing of WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARDS — Should notification become necessary for any condition that may require correction,
the REGISTRATION CARD will help ensure that you are contacted and properly notified.
b. Notice of address changes — If you move from the address shown on the WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD, you should notify Peavey of the change of
address so as to facilitate your receipt of any bulletins or other forms of notification which may become necessary in connection with any condition that may
require dissemination of information or correction.
3. You may contact Peavey directly by telephoning (601) 483-5365.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: When using electric products, basic cautions should always be followed. including the following:
|. Read all safety and operating instructions before using this product.
3. All safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
3, Obey all cautions in the operating instructions and on the back of the unit.
4, All operating instructions should be followed.
5, This product should not be used near water, i.e.. a bathtub, sink, swimming pool. wet basement, etc.
6. This product should be located so that its position does nat interfere with its proper ventilation. It should not be placed Mat against a
wall or placed in a built-in enclosure that will impede the flow of cooling air.
7. This product should not be placed near à source of heat such as a stove, radiator, or another heat producing amplifier.
8, Connect only to à power supply of the type marked on the unit adjacent to the power supply card.
ÿ Never break off the ground pin on the power supply cord. For more information on grounding, write for our free booklet “Shock
Hazard and Grounding.”
10. Power supply cords should always be handled carefully. Never walk or place equipment on power supply cords, Periodically check
cords for cuts or signs of stress, especially at the plug and the point where the cord exits the unt,
11. The power supply cord should be unplugged when the unit is to be unused for long periods of time.
12, If this product is to be mounted in an equipment rack, rear support should be provided.
13. Metal parts can be cleaned with a damp rag. The vinyl covering used on some units can be cleaned with a damp rag or an ammonta-
based household cleaner if necessary. Disconnect unit from power supply before cleaning.
14. Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the unit through the ventilation holes or any other
Openings,
This unit should be checked by a qualified service technician 1f:
a The power supply cord or plug has been damaged.
b: Anything has fallen or been spilled into the unit.
e. The unit does not operate correctly.
d. The unit has been dropped or the enclosure damaged.
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16. The user should not attempt 10 service this equipment. All service work should be done by a qualified service technician,
17. This product should be used only with a cart or stand that is recommended by Peavey Electronics.
18. Exposure to extremely high noise levels may cause a permanent hearing loss, Individuals vary considerably in susceptibility to noise
induced hearing loss, but nearly everyone will lose some hearing if exposed to sufficiently intense noise for a sufficient time.
The U.S. Government's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has specified the following permissible noise level
expostres.
Duration Per Day In Hours Sound Level dBA, Slow Response
8 20
6 92
4 95
3 97
2 100)
| 1/2 102
105
1/2 110
|/4 or less 115
According 10 OSHA, any exposure in excess of the above permissible limits could result in some hearing loss.
Ear plugs or protectors in the ear canals or over the ears must be worn when operating this amplification system in order to prevent a
permanent hearing loss if exposure 1s in excess of the limits as set forth above. To ensure against potentially dangerous exposure to high
sound pressure levels, it is recommended that all persons exposed to equipment capable of producing high sound pressure levels such as
this amplification system be protected by hearing protectors while this unit 1% in operation.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!
EN"
Features and specifications subject to change without notice.
Peavey Electronics Corporation 711 À Street / Meridian, MS 39301 / U.S.A. / (601) 483-5365 / Fax 486-1278
©1993 #80301305 Printed in U.S.A. 2/96
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