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CONTENTS
POWERED MIXER
SRP-X351P
Operating Instructions
Safety Information ....................
2
Main Feature .............................. 3
Names and Functions ............... 4
Installation of The Tuner Unit .. 9
External Dimensions ................ 9
Block Diagrams ......................... 10
Main Specifications .................. 11
Troubleshooting ........................ Back Cover
Thank you for purchasing this Sony product. Please be sure
to read this manual before using this product. After reading,
keep the manual in a safe place for future reference.
 1999 by Sony Sound Tec Corporation
1
Warning
English
Italiano
WARNING
ATTENZIONE
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain
or moisture.
Per evitare il pericolo di incendi o scosse elettriche,
l’apparecchio non deve essere esposto alla pioggia o all’umidià.
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer
servicing to qualified personnel only.
Per evitare scosse elettriche, non aprire l’apparecchio. Per le
riparazioni rivolgersi solo a personale qualificato.
• Operate the unit only on 230V AC, 50/60 Hz.
• Far funzionare l’apparecchio con corrente alternata a 230 V,
50/60 Hz.
Français
AVERTISSEMENT
Afin d’éviter tout risque d’incendie ou d’électrocution, ne pas
exposer l’appareil à la pluie ou à l’humidité.
Afin d’écarter tout risque d’électrocution, garder le coffret
fermé. Ne confier l’entretien de l’appareil qu’à un personnel
qualifié.
• Faites uniquement fonctionner cet appareil sur une tension
Norsk
ADVARSEL
For å hindre brann og støtfare må enhetens overflate ikke
utsettes for regn eller fuktighet.
For å unngå elektrisk støt må kassen ikke åpnes. Service må
bare utføres av kvalifisert personell.
• Enheten må bare betjenes ved 230 V vekselstrøm, 50/60 Hz.
de 230 V CA, 50/60 Hz.
Suomi
Español
ADVERTENCIA
Para evitar incendios o el riesgo de electrocución, no exponga
la unidad a la lluvia ni a la humedad.
Para evitar descargas eléctricas, no abra la caja. En caso de
avería solicite los servicios de personal cualificado solamente.
VAROITUS
Tulipalon ja iskuvaaran välttämiseksi ei laitetta saa altistaa
sateelle ja kosteudelle.
Sähköiskun välttämiseksi ei koteloa saa avata. Anna vain
asiantuntijan suorittaa huolto.
• Laite käyttää 230 V:n vaihtovirtaa, jonka taajuus on 50/60 Hz.
• Alímente la unídad sólo con 230 V CA, 50/60 Hz.
Dansk
Deutsch
VORSICHT
Um die Feuergefahr und die Gefahr eines elektrischen Schlages
zu vermeiden, darf das Gerät weder Regen noch Feuchtigkeit
ausgesetzt werden.
Um einen elektrischen Schlag zu vermeiden, darf das Gehäuse
nicht geöffnet werden. Überlassen Sie Wartungsarbeiten stets
nur einem Fachmann.
ADVARSEL
For at undgå faren for brand eller elektrisk stød må udstyret
ikke udsættes for regn eller kraftig fugt.
Åbn ikke kabinettet, da der er risiko for elektriske stød. Overlad
alle reparationer til kvalificeret servicepersonale.
• Betjen kun enheden med 230 V veksetlstrøm, 50/60 Hz.
• Betreiben Sie das Gerät ausschließlich an 230 V
Wechselspannung, 50/60 Hz.
Nederlands
WAARSCHUWING
Stel het apparaat niet bloot aan regen of vocht, om gevaar van
brand of een elektrische schok te voorkomen.
Open niet de behuizing, om gevaar van elektrische shokken te
vermijden. Laat reparatiles aan de erkende vakhandel over.
• Last dit toestel enkel werken op 230 V wisselstroom, 50/60
Hz.
Svenska
VARNING
Utsätt inte apparaten för regn och fukt för att undvika riskerna
för brand och/eller elektriska stötar.
Öppna inte höljet. Det kan resultera i risk för elektriska stötar.
Överlåt allt reparations- och underhållsarbete till fackkunniga
tekniker.
• Du kan endast driva apparaten med 230 V växelström, 50/60
Hz.
2
Português
ADVERTÊNCIA
Para evitar o risco de incêndio ou de choques eléctricos, não
exponha o aparelho à chuva nem à humidade.
Para evitar descargas eléctricas, não abra o aparelho. Peça
assistência somente a técnicos especializados.
• O apparelho só deve ser utilizado com corrente de 230 V CA,
50/60 Hz.
Main Feature
For the customers in Europe
This product with the CE marking complies with both the
EMC Directive(89/336/EEC) and the Low Voltage Directive
(73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of the European
Community.
Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the
following European standards:
•EN60065 :Product Safety
•EN55103-1:Electromagnetic Interference(Emission)
•EN55103-2:Electromagnetic Susceptibility(Immunity)
This product is intended for use in the following
Electromagnetic Environment(s):
E1(residential),E2(commercial and light industrial),E3
(urban outdoors) and E4(controlled EMC environment ex.
TV studio).
Peak inrush current
(1)Power ON,current probe method: 29A (240V)
(2)Hot switching inrush current, measured in
accordance with European
standard EN55103-1: 25A (230V)
Powered Mixer Has 170W+170W(4Ω) Power Amplifier,
and 4 Microphones, 3 Line Inputs.
Built-in power amplifier satisfy a small PA system with
170W+170W (4Ω) output.
Mixing of 4 microphone inputs and 3 stereo (line) inputs
Line input (ST3) can be select 4 AV's one.
Wireless Tuner Unit Can Be Installed
Two UHF SYNTHESIZED TUNER UNIT WRU-801A or
WRU-806A can be installed.
Wireless microphone system can be easy to set up.
Wireless Remote Controller supplied
AV input selection, master volume and MUTING can be
controlled.
Simple work of Sony's CD player or MD player, Cassette
Deck can be operated*.
* AV
equipment supplied with a wireless remote control or with
Control-S terminal only
Pour les clients européens
Ce produit portant la marque CE est conforme à la fols à la
Directive sur la compatibilité électromagnétique (EMC) (89/
336/CEE) et à la Directive sur les basses tensions (73/23/
CEE) émises par la Commission de la Communauté
européenne.
La conformité à ces directives implique la conformité aux
normes européennes suivantes:
•EN60065 :Sécurité des produits
•EN55103-1:Interférences électromagnétiques (émission)
•EN55103-2:Sensibilité électromagnétique (immunité)
Ce produit est prévu pour être utilisé dans les
environnements électromagnétiques suivants:
E1(résidentiel),E2(commercial et lndustrie légère),E3
(urbain extérieur) et E4(environnement EMC contrôlé ex.
studio de télévision).
Appel de courant de créte
(1)Mise sous tension (ON), méthode de sondago
du courant: 29A (240V)
(2)Mesuré conformément à la norme européenne
EN55103-1: 25A (230V)
Für Kunden in Europa
Exclusive Input Connectors for Recording Equipment
Line input (ST2) is separated from REC bass to avoid
oscillation come from flowing of its own signal.
Enough Number of Input/Output Terminals, Various
Function
1 The master input to connect equalizer or limiter.
2 The ECHO SEND/RETURN terminals for connect
Echo equipment
3 The ASSIGN SWITCH cuts the microphone signals
from MASTER OUTPUT.
4 Tone control (BASS, TREBLE), BALANCE switch of
stereo/monaural and MUTING button.
5 The MIC GROUP knob for centralized control of
summing signal from 4 microphone inputs.
6 The CONTROL-S terminal
7 The RS-232C REMOTE terminal
8 EIA standard 19 inch rackmountable (3U high)
Dieses Produkt besitzt die CE-Kennzeichnung und erfüllt
sowohl die EMV-Direktive (89/336/EEC) als auch die
Dilevtive Niederspannung (73/23/EEC) der EG-Kommission.
Die Erfüllung dieser Direktiven bedeutet Konformität für die
folgenden Europäischen Normen:
•EN60065 :Produktsicherheit
•EN55103-1:Elektromagnetische Interferenz(Emission)
•EN55103-2:Elektromagnetische Empfindlichkeit(Immunität)
Dieses Produkt ist für den Einsatz unter folgenden
elektromagnetischen Bedingungen ausgelegt:
E1(Wohnbereich),E2(kommerzleller und in beschränktem
Maße industrieller Bereich),E3(Stadtbereich im Freien) und
E4(kontrollierter EMV-Bereich, z.B. Fernsehstudio).
Spitzenstrom
(1)Einschaltstrom, Stromsonde: 29A (240V)
(2)Gemossen in EN55103-1: 25A (230V)
3
Names and Functions
Front panel
1
2
3
MIC1
MIC2
4
MIC3
MIC4
5
ST1
ST2
6
7 8 9 0
!¡
ST3
CLIP
ECHO RETURN
PROTECTION
EMG
+45V
ECHO/
AUX SEND
ØON øOFF
RF/
SIGNAL
ØON øOFF
RF/
SIGNAL
SIGNAL
SIGNAL
SIGNAL
SIGNAL
SIGNAL
+10
+10
+10
+5
+5
+5
0
0
0
-5
-5
-5
-15
-15
-15
-25
-25
-25
MASTER VOLUME
MUTING
A
B
C
MIC GROUP
MIC4
BASS
D
MIN
!™
!£
!¢ !∞
PLAYER
PLAYER/RECORDER
!§
!¶
1 POWER button
Pressing it turns on the power.
2 Wireless remote control sensor
It catches the signal from the infrared wireless remote
control.
If this sensor is covered by something, the remote
control may not function correctly. Place the unit so
that the sensor will be easy to receive the remote
control signal.
3 ECHO/AUX SEND knob
It adjusts the mixed signals after each channel fader
and outputs to the ECHO SEND terminal.
4 RF/SIGNAL indicators
They light up regardless of the position of channel
fader when sound signal of more than -20dB to the
standard input level are input.
As for MIC 1/MIC 2 would be light up when it
received the signal while the wireless tuner unit is
installed and switch of the microphone is turned on.
5 ECHO RETURN switch
When it is ON, the signal from the ECHO RETURN
input are assigned to L/R and Rec Bus.
6
MUTING button
Use muting outputs from MASTER OUTPUT,
MASTER INSERT, ECHO SEND, MIC GROUP
OUT, and SPEAKER output terminals.
4
!•
!ª
@º
MAX
TREBLE
MIN
MAX
BALANCE
L
R
@¡ @™ @£
7 CLIP indicator
Too high an output level will cause signal distortion
and make the CLIP indicator light up. When this
happens, lower the MASTER volume or the MIC/
LINE level knob until the indicator turns off. If too
much signal output for an extended period, it may
cause the equipment to overheat or to damage the
speakers.
8 PROTECTION indicator
It lights up while the protection circuit is working.
When the power is turned on, it also lights up for few
seconds and it turns off when the amplifier become
stable.
9 EMG indicator
It lights up when the unit receives a signal from the
emergency broadcast facilities and turns to standby.
As for EMG, refer to P. 75.
0 +48V indicator
It lights up while the Phantom power (DC+48V) is
supplied through the MIC input terminal.
!¡ MASTER VOLUME
Use to adjust the volume of MASTER OUTPUT and
SPEAKER terminal.
!™ MIC 4 terminal
This is input terminal in front for wired microphone.
If the wired microphones are connected to the MIC 4
terminals both at front and rear panel, the front input
is given priority.
Note : When you use the MIC 4, check the balanced
connection.
!ª SELECT buttons
!£ MIC 1/MIC 2 fader knobs
Use to adjust the mixing level of MIC 1/MIC 2.
Either the wireless microphone or the wired microphone can be used in MIC 1/MIC 2.
(Refer to page 6 and page 9.)
When the WRU-801A or WRU-806A (optional) is
put in to the tuner unit compartment at the rear panel,
the wireless microphone is given priority while it is
on.
Use to select one of the unit connected to ST3 A to D
input.
S VIDEO and VIDEO signal from the selected input
is directly output to the MASTER OUTPUT and the
REC OUTPUT.
The mixing level of the sound signal can be adjusted
by ST3 fader knob.
@º MIC GROUP knob
!¢ MIC 3 fader knob
Use to adjust the mixing level of MIC 3.
Only the wired microphone can be used in MIC 3.
!∞ MIC 4 fader knob
Use to adjust the level of the signal after mixing in
MIC 1 to 4 in a lump.
The signal will be output from the MIC GROUP OUT
terminal.
@¡ Bass control knob
Use to adjust the mixing level of MIC 4.
Use to adjust low frequency among the sound from
the MASTER OUTPUT or SPEAKER terminal.
!§ ST1 fader knob
Use to adjust the mixing level of ST1.
A playback unit will be connected to it mainly.
@™ TREBLE control knob
Use to adjust high frequency among the sound from
the MASTER OUTPUT or SPEAKER terminal.
!¶ ST2 fader knob
Use to adjust the mixing level of ST2.
The sound signal of this channel is not output to the
REC OUTPUT terminal; you can use without being
bothered about oscillation from signal loop.
@£ BALANCE adjustment knob
Use to adjust the balance of left and right of the sound
from the MASTER OUTPUT or SPEAKER terminal.
Recorder/Player
SRP-X351P
INPUT
OUTPUT
ST2
When
recording
Note
×REC
OUTPUT
Sound signal of
except ST2
INPUT
MASTER
!• ST3 Fader knob
Use to adjust the level of the signal from AV equipment selected by the SELECT button stated in !ª.
When the PROTECTION indicator lights up
The protection circuit triggers and the PROTECTION indicator
lights up in following conditions. In this case, the speaker and
amplifier are protected by cutting output.
• When direct-current voltage appears in the SPEAKER
terminal from a malfunction.
• When rated temperature of amplifier internal heat sink is
exceeded.
• When impedance of the connected speaker is too low, or
when speaker outputs are shorted.
When the above happens, turn off the POWER switch, find
and fix the cause of the problem, and restart.
5
Names and Functions
Rear panel
1
3
2
8
9 0
!¡
1 ANT IN (antenna input) A/B terminals
Use to connect the antenna for wireless tuner. When
installing the tuner unit, connect the optional UHF
antenna WRU-801A/WRU-806A.
As these terminals output DC power of 9V for the
booster inside of the connected antenna, connection of
any antenna other than stated above may cause bad
performance or a malfunction.
(the max supply current is 20 mA)
Note
Before locating and connecting the antenna, read carefully the
instructions supplied with the antenna.
Incorrect location of the antenna may cause a bad reception
such as intermittent sounds. If it is not easy to relocate the
antenna after location, check carefully if the performance will
be satisfied with the location.
Use the coaxial cable of impedance 50 ohms/75 ohms (5D-FB,
5C-2V, etc.). The cable can be extended up to about 50 m with
5D-FB, and up to about 25 m with 5C-2V.
2 Tuner unit slot (MIC1, MIC2)
These are for installation of the optional 800MHz
wireless tuner unit WRU-801A/ WRU-806A. Up to
two units can be installed. (Refer to page 9 how to
install.)
Before installation, read carefully also the instructions
of WRU-801A/ WRU-806A.
6
4
5 6
!™!£ !¢
7
!∞
!§
3 REMOTE terminals
CONTROL S input terminal
Connect to the S output terminal of another equipment.
When this terminal is plugged in, the sensor of this
unit is not functioning.
Input signals are directly output from control S output
terminal.
CONTROL S output terminal
This terminal outputs the signal input from CONTROL S input terminal or the sensor.
RS-232C (serial input/output) terminal
Use to control this unit with a personal computer.
Connecting to a computer
Connect the computer to the RS-232C terminal of this
unit with a cross cable.
Terminal figure
: D-sub 9 pin, male,
inch type screw
Electrical specification : Based on RS-232C standard
Recommended cable : Plural leads shield cable for
data communication
Cable length
: 15m or under
1
5
6
Pin No.
9
Signal
Function
1
N.C
Not connected
2
RD
Received data
3
TD
Transmission data
4
ER
Data terminal ready
5
SG
Signal line grand
6
DR
Data set ready
7
RS
Transmission request
8
CS
Transmission approval
9
N.C
Not connected
4 MASTER INSERT (Tip: output, Ring:
input, Sleeve: GND)
These are input/output terminals for MASTER
OUTPUT. An external equipment can be inserted
before master volume.
This terminal receives signal from the emergency
broadcast facilities and makes this unit be in standby.
In this case, the EMG indicator on the front panel
lights up.
Select one of following two ways of connection as
follows.
When using the BREAK CONTACT terminal
Remove the short bar and connect the Relay of the
emergency broadcast facilities. When the relay is
contact is breaked, all AUDIO outputs of this unit will
be cut off.
When using the +24V IN terminal
This terminal receives signals of DC24V from the
emergency broadcast facilities.
When DC24V is cut off, all AUDIO outputs of this
unit will be cut off.
Remove the short bar of the
BREAK CONTACT terminal
’
This is the input terminals for microphones.
In MIC1 and MIC2, wireless microphone has priority
while the tuner unit is used. (Refer to page 44.)
9 +48V button
5 EMG input terminals
‘
8 MIC input terminals (1:GND 2:HOT
3:COLD)
(+24V IN)
BREAK
CONTACT
It supplies the Phantom power (DC+48V) to the MIC
1 - 4 terminals for condenser microphones.
When it is ON, DC+48V is output for the MIC
terminals except for the MIC4 on the front panel.
Notes
• Make sure to turn the MIC fader toward minimum before
connecting or disconnecting any cable or turning the +48
button to ON.
• Make sure to connect a line equipment to ST1 to ST3 inputs.
• When using a microphone powered by +48V and a dynamic
microphone simultaneously, the dynamic microphone may
not show its performance to the full.
0 ST1/ST2 input terminals
Use them for inputs from audio equipment.
Connect a playback equipment mainly to ST1 and a
record player to ST2.
!¡ ST3 (AV) input terminals
Use them for inputs from AV equipment.
Each of input A to D is selected by the SELECT
button on the front panel.
!™ MASTER OUTPUT terminals
Relay
!£ REC OUTPUT terminals
<- or ->
‘
’
Signal routed through the Master Volume are output
here.
‘
’
(+24V output)
The emergency broadcast facilities
Signal not routed through the tone control (BASS,
TREBLE), BALANCE and Master Volume are output
here.
Video signal is the same as for MASTER OUT signal.
6 CIRCUIT BREAKER
When over-current flows into the unit, the circuit
breaker cuts the power. In this case, remove the cause
of over-current and reset the breaker by pressing
RESET button.
7 SPEAKER output terminals
Connect with the speakers. Connect + of the speaker
to the red terminal and - to the black terminal. Use
the speaker of 4 to 16 impedance.
7
Names and Functions
!¢ ECHO SEND/RETURN terminals
Remote control
Connect effectors such as reverbrators and delay units
to this terminal.
SEND terminal
This terminal outputs audio signals mixed by ECHO/
AUX SEND knob of MIC1 to MIC4 and ST1 to ST3
in monaural
A
B
C
D
1
DISC SKIP
2
CD
RETURN terminals
This is an input terminal for signal returned from the
effector. When the ECHO RETURN switch on the
front panel is set to ON, these are assigned to L and to
R.
Adjust the input level using effector's level controller.
MD
3
TAPE DECK A
4
TAPE DECK B
!∞ MIC GROUP and ASSIGN switch
MASTER
VOLUME
MIC GROUP OUTPUT terminal
It outputs signal of which level is adjusted by MIC
GROUP knob.
ASSIGN switch
This is normally on.
When this switch is set to OFF, the microphone signal
for MASTER OUTPUT and SPEAKER terminals are
cut off.
Using this, turn it OFF when a PA system with ceiling
speakers and external power amplifier.
INSERT terminal (Tip: output, Ring: input, Sleeve:
GND)
Use it to connect an external graphic equalizer or a
feedback reducer.
MUTING
5
6
1 FUNCTION button
Use to select one of ST3 A to D input.
2 CD deck operation buttons
Use to operate the Sony CD deck.
3 MD deck operation buttons
Use to operate the Sony MD deck.
4 TAPE deck operation buttons (A, B)
Use to operate the Sony TAPE deck.
5 MASTER VOLUME operation knob
!§ MODE switch
It will be monaural when MASTER INSERT, MASTER OUTPUT and SPEAKER output are set to
MONO.
Use to adjust the master volume level.
6 MUTING button
Use to mute the output signal from MASTER OUTPUT, MASTER INSERT, ECHO SEND, MIC
GROUP OUTPUT or SPEAKER output terminals.
Inserting batteries into the remote
8
You can control this unit with using the supplied remote.
When to replace batteries
Insert two R6 (size AA) batteries by matching the + and –
With normal use, the batteries should last for about six
on the batteries. When using the remote, point it at the
remote sensor on the equipment.
months. When the remote no longer operates the equipment, replace all the batteries with new ones.
Notes
• Do not leave the remote near an extremely hot or humid
place.
• Do not drop any foreign object into the remote casing,
particularly when replacing the batteries.
• Do not expose the remote sensor to direct sunlight or lighting
apparatuses. Doing so may cause a malfunction.
• If you don't use the remote for an extended period of time,
remove the batteries to avoid possible damage from battery
leakage and corrosion.
Installation of The Tuner Unit
4
Turn off the power of this unit.
Fix the tuner cover.
Remove the tuner cover.
After installation of the tuner unit, turn on the power
of the unit and turn on the power of the wireless
Check the up and down sides of the tuner unit, and
microphone to check it is receiving. While receiving,
insert it into the slot.
the RF/SIGNAL indicator lights up. Note that the RF/
SIGNAL indicator will not light up when the setting
The upper slot corresponds to MIC1 and the lower slot
to MIC2. (Set the group and channel of the tuner unit
channel of the microphone is different from the setting
of the tuner unit, or when the microphone power is
to same as wireless microphone's one.)
consumed.
Insert it deeply into the compartment.
Do not insert or remove the tuner
unit while the power is on. This
may be cause of noise or
malfunction of the connector.
NOTICE
To prevent breakdown or injury, do not put your hand
inside of the slot except when you install or remove the
tuner unit.
Tuner unit
Tuner cover
24
52
238
350
13
30
External Dimensions
MIC1
MIC2
MIC3
MIC4
ST1
ST2
ST3
CLIP
ECHO RETURN
PROTECTION
EMG
+45V
ECHO/
AUX SEND
SIGNAL
SIGNAL
SIGNAL
SIGNAL
+10
+10
+10
+5
+5
+5
0
0
0
-5
-5
-5
-15
-15
-15
-25
-25
-25
MASTER VOLUME
MUTING
SIGNAL
57.2
ØON øOFF
RF/
SIGNAL
A
B
132
ØON øOFF
RF/
SIGNAL
C
MIC GROUP
MIC4
D
BASS
MIN
PLAYER
MAX
TREBLE
MIN
MAX
BALANCE
L
R
PLAYER/RECORDER
336
482
8
1
2
3
Unit ; mm
9
10
L
REMOTE
CONTROL S IN
IR
REMOTE
RS-232C
R
CH Fader
LCF
Signal IND
ECHO BUS
MIC
ASSIGN
SW
C D Mute
MIC
GROUP
Main Controller
A B
MIC GROUP BUS
ECHO
ECHO
ECHO
ECHO
ECHO
ECHO
RS-232C Controller
CH Fader
Signal IND
ECHO
RETURN
Same as ST3 Ach
ST 3 Dch
L
Same as ST3 Ach
ST 3 Cch
ECHO
RETURN
HA
Signal IND
Signal IND
Same as ST3 Ach
+48V
LCF
RF/Signal IND
Same as MIC1
HA
Same as MIC4
(without phone jack)
ST 3 Bch
R
L
Video
S-Video
R
for Player/
Recorder
ST 2
-10dBu
-10dBu
ST 3 Ach
R
L
for Player
ST 1
-10dBu
MIC 4
-54dBu
MIC 2
-54dBu
MIC 3
-54dBu
MIC 1
-54dBu
+48V
WIRELESS
WRU-801A or
WRU-806A
REC R
REC L
MODE
MONO
STEREO
BALANCE
TREBLE BASS
M
MASTER
+48V
+48V
EMG
PROTECTION
CLIP
MASTER INSERT
-5dBu
-10dBu
AC IN
CIRCUIT BRAKER
POWER
SW
EMG CONTROL
REMOTE
CONTROL-S OUT
R
L
Video
S-Video
REC OUTPUT
R
L
Video
S-Video
MASTER OUTPUT
SREAKERS OUTPUT
125W+125W 8Ω
R 170W+170W 4Ω
L
R
L
ECHO SEND
-10dBu
MIC GROUP INSERT
-10dBu
MIC GROUP OUTPUT
-10dBu
Block Diagrams
Main Specifications
AUDIO INPUT/OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS
Name
MIC IN
Connector Type
Number of channels Standard input/output level
Max input/output level
Input/output impedance
(REAR)
XLR-3-31
4
-54dBu
-24dBu
2.2kΩ
(FRONT)
PHONE
ST1 input
Phono Jack
1(Stereo)
-10dBu
+20dBu
20kΩ
ST2 input
Phono Jack
1(Stereo)
-10dBu
+20dBu
20kΩ
ST3 input(A,B,C,D)
Phono Jack
4(Stereo)
-10dBu
+20dBu
20kΩ
Echo return input
Phono Jack
1(Stereo)
-10dBu
+10dBu
20kΩ
Mic group output
Phono Jack
1
-10dBu
+10dBu
470Ω
Echo send
Phono Jack
1
-10dBu
+10dBu
470Ω
Master output
Phono Jack
1(Stereo)
-5dBu
+15dBu
470Ω
Rec output
Phono Jack
1(Stereo)
-10dBu
+10dBu
470Ω
Screw type
1(Stereo)
Speakers output
Rated output 125W + 125W (8Ω 1kHz THD 0.1%)
binding terminal
170W + 170W (4Ω 1kHz THD 0.1%)
VIDEO INPUT/OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS
ST3 input(A,B,C,D)
(S-VIDEO)
Mini-DIN
(VIDEO)
Phono Jack
4
1Vp-p(Y)
75Ω
1Vp-p
75Ω
Master output
Rec output
(S-VIDEO)
Mini-DIN
(VIDEO)
Phono Jack
2
1Vp-p(Y)
75Ω
1Vp-p
75Ω
CONTROL TERMINAL SPECIFICATIONS
RS-232C terminal
CONTROL-S input
D-sub 9 male
φ 3.5 jack
1
1
7 function is controled
CONTROL-S output
φ 3.5 jack
1
Through out from input
EMG CONTROL
Screw type
1
Break contact, 24V signal control (Active "break")
2
DC 9V out
terminal
OTHER TERMINALS
Antenna in
BNC
+48Vphantom power
Power supply for MIC 1 to 4 XLR terminals only
20mA max
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
ITEM
MEASUREMENT CONDITIONS
STANDARD
Frequency characteristics
20 to 20kHz, 1kHz reference, master output
+0.5, -1dB
Total harmonic distortion
MIC IN-Master output, 1kHz -54dBu input
less than 0.05%
AUDIO SYSTEM
Input conversion noise level
ST input -Master output, 1kHz -10dBu input
less than 0.01%
MIC IN input, 150Ω termination, IHF-A
less than -126dBu
S/N ratio
ST input, input short, IHF-A
more than 85dB
Rasidual noise level
Master volume 0, IHF-A, Speaker output
less than 100µV
Crosstalk
1kHz, between L-R channels
less than -60dB
1kHz, between input channels
less than -80dB
TONE
MIC L.C.F fc=100Hz
-12dB/oct
TREBLE 10kHz (shelving type)
±12dB
BASS 60Hz (peaking type)
±12dB
VIDEO
SYSTEM
Frequency characteristics
50 to 10MHz, reference 3.58MHz
+0.5dB, -1dB
Crosstalk
3.58MHz, 1Vp-p
less than -50dB
S/N ratio
100kHz, H.P.F, 5MHz, L.P.F
more than 65dB
S-VIDEO
Frequency characteristics
50 to 10MHz, reference 3.58MHz
+0.5dB, -1dB
Crosstalk
3.58MHz, 1Vp-p
less than -50dB
S/N ratio
100kHz, H.P.F, 5MHz, L.P.F
more than 65dB
Power requirment
Power consumption
Dimensions
Weight
AC 230V 50/60Hz
400W
482 × 132 × 350 (width/height/depth) mm
not includeing max protrusion
15kg
Operating temp.
Storage temp.
Suplied accessories
0°C to 40°C
-20°C to 60°C
Operating instructions (1)
Remote control (SRP-351RM) (1)
Battery R6 SIZE AA (2)
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Troubleshooting
Power will not turned on.
• Is the power cord unplugged?
• Is the curcuit breaker working? (See page 7.)
No sound.
• Does the EMG indicator turn off? (See pages 4 and 7.)
• Does the PROTECTION indicator turn off? (See page 4.)
No sound is output to MASTER OUTPUT
or SPEAKER terminals from microphone.
• Has the ASSIGN switch been set to OFF? (See page 8.)
• Has the MIC GROUP knob been set to –∞? (See page 5.)
No sound from wireless microphone.
• Is the channels of microphone and tuner unit matching?
And does the RF/SIGNAL indicator light on when the microphone
is turned on? (See page 9.)
• Is the antenna connected correctly?
Sound is heard in monaural.
Has the MODE switch been set to STEREO? (See page 8.)
Sound is distorted.
Is the CLIP indicator lighting on? (See page 4.)
No sound from MIC4.
Has another microphone been connected to MIC4 terminal
on the front panel?(See page 4.)
Wireless remote control does not function.
• Has a plug been connected to CONTROL-S input terminal
on the rear panel?(See page 6.)
• Are the remote control batteries dead?(See page 8.)
Signal of the ST2 can not be recorded.
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Signal from ST2 does not output to REC OUTPUT. (See page 5.)
Printed in Japan
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