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BID SPECIFICATION
FOR
POWERED MIXER / SWITCHER
MODEL NUMBER
SRP-X700P
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PERFORMANCE THAT IS TO BE EXPECTED OF A SONY PRODUCT. THE
INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS CURRENT AS OF JUNE 2002. PRODUCT
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
SONY ELECTRONICS INC.
DISPLAY PRODUCTS GROUP
1 SONY DRIVE, MD 3D9
PARK RIDGE, NJ 07656
TEL# (201)-930-1000, FAX# (201)-358-4303
1.0 General Information
The purpose of this information is to provide the specification for a product whose
primary purpose is the signal distribution of audio, video and / or computer
graphics information to audio speakers, video or graphics displays or other
processing devices.
This distribution of these signals is to be accomplished via a rack mountable
signal processing device. This document provides the minimum specifications for
this device.
2.0 Description
This product shall be classified as an audio and video signal processing device.
This device shall be directly compatible with microphone and line level audio
sources, video and computer sources, without the use of external devices to
provide this compatibility.
This device shall employ the use of digital signal processing and control to
ensure maximum flexibility and performance in the system environment.
Encased in a durable metal casing, this device shall employ a shape that allows
for rack mounting in a 19” EIA standard rack, using the included rack mount
capability. The unit shall occupy no more than 3 EIA rack units.
3.0 Source Compatibility / Suitability for Application
This device shall be directly compatible with the following audio sources.
Balanced / Unbalanced microphone sources (Phantom power on or off)
Balanced / Unbalanced line level sources
This device shall be compatible with the following video and computer sources.
NTSC Video (Composite and Y/C)
PAL Video (Composite and Y/C)
PAL-M Video (Composite and Y/C)
PAL-N Video (Composite and Y/C)
SECAM Video (Composite)
Modified NTSC 4.43 (Composite)
Component Video (50 and 60 Hz)
480P (60Hz)
575P (50Hz)
720P (60Hz)
1035I (60 Hz)
1080I (50 and 60 Hz)
VGA Computer Graphics (Modes 1, 2 and 3, 60 - 85 Hz)
VESA 800x600 Computer Graphics (56 - 85 Hz)
VESA 1024 x 768 Computer Graphics (43 – 85 Hz)
VESA 1152 x 864 Computer Graphics (70 – 75 Hz)
SUN 1152 x 900 Computer Graphics (65 – 76 Hz)
VESA 1280 x 1024 Computer Graphics (43 – 60 Hz)
Mac 13” Computer Graphics
Mac 16” Computer Graphics
4.0 User Interface / Controllability Information
Control of this device shall be accomplished through one of the following
methods:
Front panel control
Serial control jack for control by external control systems
Advanced serial control jack for control by external control systems
Parallel (Contact closure) control jack for control by external control systems
USB control jacks for control by computer
All of these control methods shall be standard to the device.
In addition, this device shall be able to control other source and display devices.
This shall be accomplished through one or more of the following methods.
Serial control jacks for control of source devices
Serial control jack for control of projector or display
Advanced serial control jack for control of projector or display
All of these control methods shall also be standard to the device.
The front panel control panel shall allow the operator manual control over setup
and configuration of the device. All functions available for control shall be directly
accessible on individual controls, and metering of various audio signals shall be
possible from independent LED’s.
The serial control jack shall employ the use of a standardized device control
protocol that is commonly accepted and understood by control systems
manufacturers. This control jack shall accept unidirectional serial commands that
provide full control over the device.
The following device functions shall be available for control using this method.
Pass through for any compatible projector or display device from projector or
display device remote from supplying manufacturer
The advanced serial control jack shall employ the use of a standardized device
control protocol that is commonly accepted and understood by control systems
manufacturers. This control jack shall accept and transmit bi-directional serial
commands that provide full control over the device, and provide
acknowledgement to the control system of the received command.
The parallel (contact closure) control jack shall employ the use of a standardized
device control protocol that is commonly accepted and understood by control
systems manufacturers. This control jack shall accept and transmit commands
based on the state of specific contacts, when shorted to ground. This method
shall provide limited control over the device, and provide acknowledgement to
the control system of the received command.
The following device functions shall be available for control using this method.
Muting
Scene recall
Volume adjustment
Input selection (priority over-ride)
Input state (priority over-ride)
Power / off of connected projector or display
Power status of connected projector or display
Pass-through control of serial connected source devices
Over-limit indicator on / off
Scene recall on / off
The USB control jacks shall employ the use of a standardized device control
protocol that is commonly accepted and understood by computer manufacturers.
This control jack shall accept and transmit bi-directional serial commands that
provide full control over the device, and provide acknowledgement to the control
system of the received command. These jacks shall be accessible both on the
front and back of the device.
The serial control output jacks shall employ the use of a standardized device
control protocol that is commonly accepted and understood by control systems
manufacturers. This control jack shall send unidirectional serial commands that
provide limited control over the controlled source device. The controllable source
devices shall include those with a compatible control input from the supplying
manufacturer.
The following device functions shall be available for control using this method.
Play
Stop
Pause
Fast Forward
Record
Previous Track
Next Track
The serial control output jack shall employ the use of a standardized device
control protocol that is commonly accepted and understood by control systems
manufacturers. This control jack shall transmit uni-directional serial commands
that provide full control over the projector or display. The controllable projectors
or displays shall include those with a compatible control input from the supplying
manufacturer.
The following device functions shall be available for control using this method.
Power On / Standby
Input selection
The advanced serial control output jack shall employ the use of a standardized
device control protocol that is commonly accepted and understood by control
systems manufacturers. This control jack shall accept and transmit bi-directional
serial commands that provide full control over the projector or display, and
provide acknowledgement to the control system of the received command. The
controllable projectors or displays shall include those with a compatible control
input from the supplying manufacturer.
The following device functions shall be available for control using this method.
Power On / Standby
Input selection
5.0 Performance Specifications
This device shall fully support all video color systems using pass-though
capability.
The maximum video bandwidth shall be at least 10MHz. The maximum RGB
bandwidth shall be at least 150MHz. The device shall be capable of passing a
resolution of at least 1280x1024 pixels at 60Hz refresh.
This device shall support audio signals within the frequency range of 20Hz to
20,000Hz.
This device shall include a built-in stereo audio amplifier that is capable of
producing 150w per channel on 8 Ohm speaker loads, 200w on 4 Ohm speaker
loads and 150w when used with 70V speakers.
This device shall have a minimum audio signal to noise ratio of 94db, with less
than -85db of crosstalk between adjacent audio channels.
This device shall provide +48V DC power to the microphone inputs for use with
condenser type microphones. This feature shall be switchable on or off
independently on each microphone input channel.
This device shall provide slots for the integration of two wireless microphone
tuner modules, for use with handheld or body back style transmitters. The
transmitters and modules shall be available from the supplying manufacturer as
options. A UHF antenna shall also be available as an option for use with the
wireless system.
6.0 Dimensional Information
This device shall have maximum cabinet dimensions of 5.25 inches high by 19
inches wide and 13.88 inches deep. This device shall fit into a standard 19-inch
EIA rack, occupying no more than 3 EIA rack spaces.
This device shall not weigh more than 29 pounds.
7.0 Connectivity Information
This device shall provide for connection of multiple source devices without
employing the use of an external interface. These connections shall include the
following:
(4) Balanced microphone inputs on XLR 3-pin connectors
(2) Balanced microphone or line inputs on XLR 3-pin connectors
(1) Unbalanced stereo line input on RCA (Phono) connectors
(3) Composite video on BNC connectors or Y/C video on 4 Pin DIN connectors
Unbalanced stereo line inputs on an RCA (Phono) connectors
(1) Component / Analog RGB on an HD-15 (VGA) connector
Unbalanced stereo line input on an RCA (Phono) connectors
(2) Component / Analog RGB on HD-15 (VGA) connectors
Unbalanced analog 5.1 surround line inputs on RCA (Phono) connectors
This device shall provide for connection of multiple audio and video output
devices without employing the use of an external interface. These connections
shall include the following:
(2) Balanced line outputs on XLR 3-pin connectors
(4) Unbalanced stereo line outputs on RCA (Phono) connectors
(4) 4-16 Ohm / 70V speaker outputs on screw type binding terminals
(1) Composite video on a BNC connector
(1) Y/C video on a 4-Pin DIN connector
(1) Component / Analog RGB on (5) BNC connectors
8.0 Power Requirements
This device shall accept power at 120, 220, or 230 VAC at either 50 or 60 Hz.
This device shall consume no more than 150 watts.
Power to this device shall be supplied via a detachable standard power cord that
is readily available for replacement from local suppliers.
9.0 Warranty Information
This device shall carry a 90-day labor and 1-year parts manufacturer’s warranty.
Authorized servicing dealers of the devices’ manufacturer shall perform warranty
service.
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