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Digital Powered
Mixer
Operating Instructions
Before operating the unit, please read this manual
thoroughly and retain it for future reference.
Note
The supplied CD-ROM includes operating instructions for
the SRP-X700P Digital Powered Mixer (English, Japanese,
French, German, Spanish, Italian and Chinese versions).
SRP-X700P
Ver. 1.2
 2003 Sony Corporation
WARNING
For customers in the U.S.A.
To prevent fire or shock
hazard, do not expose the
unit to rain or moisture.
To avoid electrical shock,
do not open the cabinet.
Refer servicing to qualified
personnel only.
This symbol is intended to alert
the user to the presence of
uninsulated “dangerous
voltage” within the product’s
enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
This symbol is intended to alert
the user to the presence of
important operating and
maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
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 de 120 V CA,
50/60 Hz.
2
CAUTION
You are cautioned that any changes or
modification not expressly approved in
this manual could void your authority
to operate this equipment.
INFORMATION
This equipment has been tested and
found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio
communications.
However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving
antenna.
• Increase the separation between the
equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet
on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced
radio/TV technician for help.
If you have any questions about this
product, you may call:
Sony’s Business Information Center
(BIC) at 1-800-686-SONY (7669)
or Write to:
Sony Customer Information Services
Center 6900-29 Daniels Parkway,
PMB 330 Fort Myers, Florida 33912
Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name :
SONY
Model No. :
SRP-X700P
Responsible Party : Sony
Electronics Inc.
Address :
680 Kinderkamack Road,
Oradell,
NJ. 07649
U.S.A.
Telephone No. :
201-930-6972
This device complies with Part 15 of
the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following
two conditions;
(1) This device may not cause
harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any
interference received, including
interference that may cause
undesired opreration.
For customers in Canada
This ClassB digital apparatus complies
With Canadian ICES-003.
Owner’s Record
The model and serial numbers are located
on the rear of the unit. Record the serial
number in the space provided below.
Refer to them whenever you call upon
your Sony dealer regarding this product.
Model No. SRP-X700P
Serial No. _______________
IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER BE
LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF
ANY NATURE, OR LOSSES OR
EXPENSES RESULTING FROM
ANY DEFECTIVE PRODUCT OR
THE USE OF ANY PRODUCT.
Table of Contents
Features
Features ......................................................................................... 3
The SRP-X700P is a versatile digital powered mixer that
incorporates an audio mixer, RGB/video switcher, processor
and power amplifier in the 3U rack size.
Location and function of parts .................................................... 4
Front panel ................................................................................. 4
Rear panel .................................................................................. 6
Tuner Unit ................................................................................. 8
How to install the tuner unit ................................................. 8
How to remove the tuner unit ............................................... 8
How to Control the Display from the SRP-X700P .................... 9
Built-in digital mixer
The digital mixer incorporates A/D and D/A converters operating at
24 bit/48 kHz sampling and a high-performance DSP. In addition to
the usual functions of conventional ordinary audio mixers, the
SRP-X700P offers functions such as a feedback reducer in the
independent channel and automatic mixing by using digital
technology.
PROJECTOR CONTROL RS-232C Terminal ........................... 9
Many audio input/output terminals
PROJECTOR CONTROL CONTROL S IN/OUT Terminal ...... 9
Six microphone input systems and two stereo line input systems
can be freely assigned to ten output systems.
How to Control the SRP-X700P from External Equipment .... 9
REMOTE RS-232C Terminal ................................................... 9
REMOTE PARALLEL Terminal ........................................... 10
How to Control AV Equipment from the SRP-X700P ............ 11
Connecting the Speaker ........................................................... 11
System Configuration ................................................................. 12
Support for RGB/Component signals
The SRP-X700P is equipped with three composite/S video input
systems and three RGB/component input systems. This broad input
system eliminates need for a separate RGB switcher and video
switcher and enables simple system configuration. The SRP-X700P
supports high-resolution component signals such as 480 p and
1080 i, and also supports SXGA1) (1280 × 1024 pixels) of RGB
signals.
System example when operating the SRP-X700P
Built-in power-saving digital amplifier
with the default setting when shipped from the factory .......... 12
and environment equipment are connected ............................. 13
A power amplifier of 150 W + 150 W (8 Ω) or 200 W + 200W
(4 Ω) is incorporated. The rated power consumption is almost half
that of the conventional amplifier. The SRP-X700P also supports
high impedance speakers 150 W (70 V LINE, 32 Ω).
System example when operating the SRP-X700P
Support for 5.1-channel audio input
from the REMOTE PARALLEL terminal .............................. 14
4D and 4E INPUT terminals of LINE4 INPUT terminal support
5.1-channel audio input.
System example when external operation panel
Default settings ............................................................................ 15
Block Diagram ............................................................................ 17
Specifications .............................................................................. 18
Dimensions .................................................................................. 19
Troubleshooting .......................................................................... 20
This unit can be used even without setting the parameters
by using the supplied SRP-X700P Manager software.
See page 15 for the default parameters when shipped from
the factory.
ABOUT SUPPLIED CD-ROM
The supplied CD-ROM contains the two applications SRP-X700P
Manager and User Control Panel. In addition to the two
applications, the supplied CD-ROM contains the dedicated USB
driver software, the Control Software Manual and the SRP-X700P
Operating Instructions.
The Control Software Manual and the SRP-X700P Operating
Instructions are supplied as PDF files.
To open these files, Adobe Acrobat Reader must be installed into
your PC.
To get Adobe Acrobat Reader, download from www.adobe.com
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(U.S.A. and other countries).
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Incorporated.
Useful external remote terminal
• RS-232C terminal
This terminal enables outside personal computer and system
controller to control various operations of the SRP-X700P. This
terminal can also be used to turn on the power of a Sony
projector and plasma display, or put it in STANDBY. It also can
be used to select the input signals.
• Equipped with Control S output terminal
Basic operations (playback, stop, fast forward, rewind, etc.) of
the Sony AV products are possible.
• Equipped with parallel input and output terminals
Input selection, volume control and scene control of the SRPX700P can be performed in the input terminal. Operation of
environment equipment such as screen and lighting, and the
status display of the SRP-X700P can be performed via the output
terminal.
Installation of two systems of 800 MHz band
wireless tuner units WRU-806B (option)
Mountable in the EIA standard 19-inch rack
(occupying 3U size)
Setting up and operating the SRP-X700P using the
supplied software
The CD-ROM supplied with the SRP-X700P contains two software
applications. One is the User Control Panel that enables an external
personal computer to perform basic operations (sound volume
adjustment, input selection and scene control) of the SRP-X700P
and also the basic operations (playback, stop, fast forward, rewind,
etc.) of a Sony DVD, VCR, CD and MD. The other is SRP-X700P
Manager, which enables you to perform internal settings of the
SRP-X700P.
1)
SXGA are registered trade marks of the International Business Machines
Corporation, U.S.A.
3
Location and function of parts
Front panel
1
3
MIC3
MIC4
8
MIC1/WL1
MIC2/WL2
MIC5/LINE1
MIC6/LINE2
LINE3
LINE4
SIGNAL
OVER GAIN
SIGNAL
OVER GAIN
SIGNAL
OVER GAIN
SIGNAL
OVER GAIN
SIGNAL
OVER GAIN
SIGNAL
OVER GAIN
SIGNAL
OVER GAIN
SIGNAL
OVER GAIN
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
POWER
VU 1
+3
0
-5
-10
-20
2
3
OUTPUT
4
5
6
6
7
8 VU
+3
0
-5
-10
-20
7
MASTER A
MASTER B
PROTECTION
CLIP
OVER GAIN
-
LINE 4 SELECT
A
MASTER
OVER GAIN
-
SCENE
RECALL
B
A
ON
9
0
qa
OFF
A
B
LOCK
B
C
RS-232C
C
USB
D
E
D
F
WL 1
qs
2
1 POWER button and POWER indicator
Pressing the POWER button turns on the power. The POWER
indicator lights in green when the power turns on.
You can switch the projectors and displays connected to the
SRP-X700P, to power-on state or to power standby state from
the SRP-X700P as they are interlocked by the SRP-X700P
Manager setup.
By default when shipped from the factory, the projectors and
displays powers are interlocked with the POWER button of the
SRP-X700P.
Turning on the POWER button of the SRP-X700P, sets the AV
equipment connected to the CONTROL S OUT terminals 1
through 4, to power-on state. Note that the AV equipment does
not enter the power standby state when the POWER button of
the SRP-X700P is turned off.
2 Input faders
• MIC1/WL1 and MIC2/WL2 faders
Adjusts the level of the signals supplied from the MIC1/
WL1 and MIC2/WL2 input terminals.
Either a wireless microphone or wired microphone can be
connected. When the wireless tuner receives the signal, the
wireless microphone is selected automatically.
• MIC3 and MIC4 faders
Adjusts the level of the signals supplied from the MIC3 and
MIC4 input connectors.
• MIC5/LINE1 and MIC6/LINE2 faders
Adjusts the level of the signals supplied from the MIC5/
LINE1 and MIC6/LINE2 input terminals. The MIC/LINE
selector button on the rear panel can be used to switch the
reference input level.
By default, LINE is selected.
• LINE3 and LINE4 faders
Adjusts the level of the signals supplied from the LINE3
and LINE4 input terminals.
These input faders are not the “moving” type.
4
MIC TUNER
5
4
WL 2
qd
3 Input indicators
• SIGNAL indicator
The SIGNAL indicator lights in green when a signal is input
to each input terminal.
• OVER GAIN indicator
The OVER GAIN indicator lights in red when the input
level exceeds the GAIN LIMIT value that is set up by the
SRP-X700P Manager.
By default, the GAIN LIMIT is set to 10 dB.
–
• ∞ indicator
The – ∞ indicator lights in yellow when no audio is output in
such cases as muting or when the INPUT fader is located at
the – ∞ level position.
4 Tuner slots (WL 1/2)
This slot accepts the 800 MHz band wireless tuner unit WRU806B (option). It accepts up to two units. (For installation,
refer to page 8.) The WRU-806B Operating Instructions
provide full details on operating the tuner unit.
For operation of the tuner unit, read the WRU-806B Operating
Instructions thoroughly.
5 LINE 4 SELECT button
You can select a device to be connected to the input
connectors from 4A to 4F of LINE 4.
6 Master volume
With the master volume, you can control multiple faders that
are set as a single group. The faders to be controlled by the
master volume are set by the SRP-X700P Manager.
By default, the MASTER A is set to MIC1 to MIC4 input
faders, and the MASTER B is set to LINE1 to LINE4 input
faders.
The master volume is not the “moving” type.
• OVER GAIN indicator
The OVER GAIN indicator lights in red when the input
level exceeds the GAIN LIMIT value that is set by the SRPX700P Manager.
By default, the GAIN LIMIT is set to 10 dB.
• –∞ indicator
The –∞ indicator lights in yellow when no audio is output in
such cases as muting or when the INPUT fader is located at
the –∞ level position.
7 Power amplifier indicators
• PROTECTION indicator
The PROTECTION indicator lights in red when the
protection circuit of the internal power amplifier works.
• CLIP indicator
The CLIP indicator lights in red when the output level of the
internal power amplifier is excessive such that the output
signal is distorted.
Notes
When the PROTECTION indicator lights
The protection circuit operates (PROTECTION indicator
lights) and the speaker and amplifier are protected from
damage by decreasing or cutting the output signal in case of
the following:
• If the temperature of the heat sink inside the amplifier
exceeds the specified value.
The connected speaker impedance is too low.
Air intake and exhaust holes (on the right and left sides of
the SRP-X700P) are choked by dust.
• The SPEAKERS terminal is short-circuited.
In such a case, turn the POWER button to the OFF position
and remove the cause of the fault before using the unit
again.
• If DC voltage appears in the SPEAKERS terminal due to
failure.
Turn off the POWER button and contact your local Sony
Sales office or Dealer.
8 Level meters
Displays the output signal levels of the LINE OUTPUT 1 to
LINE OUTPUT 8 terminals, with the 5-point LED.
9 LOCK indicator
The LOCK indicator lights in red when the SRP-X700P
Manager locks the front panel of the SRP-X700P to prevent
illegal operation. While lit, you cannot control any operations
from the front panel of the SRP-X700P.
0 RS-232C indicator
The RS-232C indicator lights in green when a command is
sent or received through the REMOTE RS-232C terminal.
qa USB indicator
The USB indicator lights in green when a command is sent or
received through the USB terminal or the REMOTE USB
terminal.
qs USB terminal
Connect the SRP-X700P to a computer in which the supplied
software (SRP-X700P Manager and User Control Panel) is
installed using the USB terminal.
qd SCENE RECALL button
You can recall the scene memories A to D.
Use the SRP-X700P Manager to assign the scenes to the scene
memories A to D.
By default, the scene memory A is assigned to scene No. 1, the
scene memory B is assigned to scene No. 2, the scene memory
C is assigned to scene No. 3 and the scene memory D is
assigned to scene No. 4.
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Location and function of parts
Rear panel
qh
qa
ANT IN a
LINE4 INPUT
DC
9V OUT
35mA MAX
0
ANT IN b
9
OUTPUT
DC
9V OUT
35mA MAX
S VIDEO
VIDEO
qd
S VIDEO
VIDEO
R/R-Y
G/Y
COMPONENT/RGB
w;
SPEAKERS
B/B-Y
SYNC/HD
CH-2
CH-1
IMPEDANCE USE
4-16
IMPEDANCE USE
4-16
VD
5
CIRCUIT
BREAKER
PUSH RESET
70V LINE
IMPEDANCE USE 32 -10k
A
LINE3 IN
B
C
D
FRONT
L
L
L
E
REAR
CENTER
FRONT
REAR
R
3
4
+48V
+48V
+48V
+48V
ON
ON
ON
ON
1
OFF
2
4
OUT
RS-232C
PARALLEL
RS-232C
qg
MIC5/LINE1 IN
MIC INPUT
2
OFF
CONTROL S
IN
R
1
OFF
REMOTE
PROJECTOR CONTROL
3
WOOFER
R
R
OUTPUT
1
L
WOOFER
R
CONTROL S
CENTER
L
L
4
R
F
MIC6/LINE2 IN
LINE OUTPUT
1
(+48V)
MIC
LINE
qk
5
7
1
4
6
8
2
AC IN
(+48V)
MIC
LINE
OFF
2
REC OUT
3
2
3
ql
1 MIC INPUT 1 and MIC INPUT 2 terminals
6
qs
7
8 qf
<LINE4 INPUT COMPONENT/RGB terminal>
The microphone input terminals.
The wireless microphone has the first priority when the tuner
unit is installed but you can use the wired microphone up until
you turn ON the POWER of the wireless microphone.
2 MIC INPUT 3 and MIC INPUT 4 terminals
The microphone input terminals.
3 MIC 5/LINE 1 IN and MIC 6/LINE 2 IN
terminals
The microphone and line input terminals.
You can select the input level of these input terminals with the
ql MIC/LINE selector button. When you select the
microphone level, the DC +48 V power is output to the
condenser microphone automatically.
By default, they are set to the LINE (4).
4 LINE 3 IN terminals
qj
(HD D-sub 15-pin, female)
Pin No.
Function
Pin No.
1
Video input R/R-Y
9
N.C
2
Video input G/Y
10
GND
3
Video input B/B-Y
11
N.C
4
GND
12
N.C
5
N.C
6
GND
13
Composite sync signal/
horizontal sync signal, SYNC/HD
7
GND
14
Vertical sync signal VD
8
GND
15
N.C
Function
The input terminals for audio products.
5 LINE 4 INPUT terminals
The input terminals for AV equipment.
As to the video input signals, the combination of composite
signal and S video signal or the combination of component
signal and RGB signal is selected by the SRP-X700P Manager
for each channel.
• 4A, 4B and 4C input terminals
The video input terminals for accepting the composite and
S video signals, and the stereo audio input terminal.
By default, they are set to –10 dBu with the composite
signal.
• 4D and 4E input terminals
The video input terminals for accepting the component and
RGB signals, and the audio input terminal accepting the 5.1channel surround audio signal.
By default, 4D is set to –10 dBu with the component signal
and 4E is set to –10 dBu with the RGB signal.
• 4F input terminal
The video input terminals for accepting the component and
RGB signals, and the stereo audio input terminal.
By default, it is set to –10 dBu with the RGB signal.
6
6 LINE OUTPUT 1 and LINE OUTPUT 2 terminals
The audio output terminals.
7 LINE OUTPUT 3 to LINE OUTPUT 8 terminals
The audio output terminals.
8 REC OUT terminal
The audio output terminal.
Usually, connect this terminal to an MD unit for recording.
9 SPEAKERS terminal
The output terminal of the internal power amplifier.
You can connect a high impedance speaker (70 V LINE). (In
the case of high impedance speaker 70 V LINE, the output
signal becomes monaural.) You can select the output signal
and operating mode with the SRP-X700P Manager.
By default, the operating mode is set to Lo impedance and the
output signal is set to LINE OUT1 and LINE OUT2.
For the speaker connection, see “Connecting the Speaker” on
page 11.
0 Video output terminals
The video signal that is selected by the LINE 4 SELECT
button on the front panel is output from this terminal. (The
video signal format is not converted from each other.)
• 5BNC output terminals
The RGB and component signal output terminals.
• VIDEO terminal
The composite signal output terminal.
• S VIDEO terminal
The S VIDEO signal output terminal.
qa CONTROL S OUTPUT 1 to CONTROL S
OUTPUT 4 terminals
You can control AV equipments connected to the LINE 3 IN
terminal and LINE 4 INPUT terminal by remote control
through these terminals.
Note
The AV equipment connected to the LINE3 IN terminal
cannot be controlled from supplied software User Control
Panel.
You can perform the basic operations of Sony DVD, VCR,
CD, MD and CD-R audio, such as playback, stop, fast forward
and rewind. You can select either the wired connection or the
wireless connection for each terminal from the SRP-X700P
Manager.
qs PROJECTOR CONTROL terminals
The SRP-X700P can controls a applicable projector and
plasma display connected to the video output terminals from
this terminal.
By default, connection to use the VPL-FX50 is set through
RS-232C.
• RS-232C terminal
This terminal is for a projector or plasma display having the
RS-232C terminal.
• CONTROL S IN/OUT terminal
The SRP-X700P can control a projector without the RS232C terminal through the CONTROL S.
When controlling a projector using the CONTROL S OUT
terminal, mixed use of the component signal and the RGB
signal is not possible.
qd REMOTE PARALLEL terminal
The parallel remote terminal contains 12 INPUTs and 10
OUTPUTs.
You can control the SRP-X700P from external remote
equipment using the INPUT parallel remote pins. You can
control the external remote equipment from the SRP-X700P
using the OUTPUT parallel remote pins. You can select the
functions of the respective terminals using the supplied SRPX700P Manager software.
qf REMOTE RS-232C terminal
The RS-232C remote terminal.
You can control the SRP-X700P with external equipment
connected to the RS-232C terminal from a remote location.
qg REMOTE USB terminal
You can connect a personal computer in which the supplied
software (SRP-X700P Manager and User Control Panel) is
installed, to the SRP-X700P through the USB terminal.
Note that the USB terminal on the front panel has priority if
the USB terminal on the front panel is being used.
qh ANT IN terminal
The antenna input terminal for the wireless tuner.
Connect a UHF antenna of the AN-820A (option).
9V power is supplied from this terminal as the power for the
antenna booster. Do not connect any antenna other than the AN820A, otherwise the system may not work or may cause failure.
Note
For details of installation and connection of an antenna,
thoroughly read the operating instructions supplied with the
antenna.
If the antenna is not installed correctly, it may cause defective
reception resulting in intermittent sound. Especially, if the
location cannot be changed easily after installing the antenna,
check the operations thoroughly prior to installation.
Connect the antenna using coaxial cable having the impedance
of 50 Ω. The maximum length of the cable is approximately
50 m with 5D-FB. Do not use the cable of a
75 Ω system such as 5C-2V, as its maximum length is half that
of the 5D-FB and it may cause a trouble.
If noise occurs:
There can be a case that a specific channel cannot be used due
to external noise or the noise caused by interference radio
wave depending on the installation location. In such a case,
find a channel that does not illuminate the RF indicator when
the wireless microphone power and the transmitter power are
turned off (i.e., the channel that is not adversely affected by
noise and interference radio wave). Use the unaffected
channel. Select the same unaffected channel for the wireless
microphone and the transmitter.
qj AC IN terminal
Connect the power cord supplied to this terminal.
qk + 48 V button
Press this button to supply the DC +48V condenser
microphone power to the MIC INPUT 1 to MIC INPUT 4
terminals. When this button is pressed ON ($), DC +48 V is
output.
By default, this button is set to OFF (4).
ql MIC/LINE selector button
You can select the input level of the MIC 5/LINE 1 IN and MIC
6/LINE 2 IN terminals with this button. (Refer to page 18.)
Also, when this button is set to the (+48 V) MIC ($) position,
the DC +48 V condenser microphone power is output
automatically.
By default, this button is set to LINE (4).
Notes
• The depressed position, which is the ON position, of both
the qk +48 V button and the ql MIC/LINE selector button
is lower than the face of the rear panel. The depressed ON
position is designed intentionally to prevent mis-operation.
• Before you make any attempt to disconnect and connect
cables or to press any of the +48 V button, MIC/LINE
selector button or other buttons, be sure to decrease the
input fader completely or to turn off the power.
w; CIRCUIT BREAKER
The circuit breaker works to turn off the main power of this unit
if an excessive current flows in the power supply of this unit.
If the circuit breaker trips, please contact your local Sony
Sales office or Dealer.
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Location and function of parts
Tuner Unit
How to install the tuner unit
Please refer to the table Sony 800 MHz-band system models
frequency range in the Operating Manual of Wireless Microphone
or Transmitter.
1
1 Turn off the power of this unit.
2 Remove the tuner cover.
3 Check the up and down sides of the tuner unit, and insert it into
3
GP
AF
BATT
RF
the slot. (Fig. 1)
CH
GP
CH
SCENE
RECALL
Tuner unit
MASTER
A
B
ECT
LINE 4 SEL
A
2
B
C
Display
4
D
E
AF
GP
F
BATT
RF
GP
CH
5
6
7
Fig. 1
4 After installation of the tuner unit, turn on the power of the unit
and turn on the power of the wireless microphone to check it is
receiving. While receiving, the RF/SIGNAL indicator lights
up. The RF/SIGNAL indicator will not light up when the
setting channel of the microphone is different from the setting
of the tuner unit, or when the microphone power is consumed.
Notes
Take the following precautions to prevent interference and noise.
• If there is a TV broadcasting station nearby, to avoid possible
interference from its broadcasting, do not use that station’s channel.
• When simultaneously using two tuners, always set the tuners to
different channels within the same group (other than group 00).
• Please make a choice of model in accordance with your area to
use picking up an unused TV channel.
• Make sure that the channel selected on the microphone is the
same as that selected on the tuner being used in the same system.
How to remove the tuner unit
1 Turn off the power of this unit.
2 Insert a screwdriver having the shaft diameter of 2 to 4 mm or
less with shaft length of 30 mm or longer, into the hole under
the lower part of the tuner slot as shown. Remove the tuner
unit. (Fig. 2)
B
ECT
LINE 4 SEL
A
RF
8
9
GP
CH
0
qa
1 GP (group) button
To change the group, press the + or – button while holding this
button down.
2 CH (channel) button
To change the channel in a group, press the + or – button while
holding this button down.
3 + button
To go to a higher group or channel, press this button while
holding the GP or CH button.
Press this button changes the indication from GP/CH to
frequency.
4 – button
To go to a lower group or channel, press this button while
holding the GP or CH button.
The indicator lights and the indications appear when the audio
output level is higher than the reference level.
B
C
D
E
AF
GP
F
BATT
5 AF (audio frequency) indicator
6 AF (audio frequency) level indications
SCENE
RECALL
MASTER
A
AF
BATT
RF
GP
CH
Tuner unit
7 BATT (battery) indicator
8 BATT (battery) indication
Indicate the condition of the wireless microphone transmitter
batteries. The indicator and indication appear and start
flashing about one hour before the transmitter batteries go flat.
The time at which flashing begins will depend on the type of
battery used in the transmitter, and its condition.
9 GP/CH (group/channel) indication
Fig. 2
Note
Insert it deeply into the slot.
Do not insert or remove the tuner unit while the power is on. This
may cause noise.
CAUTION
To prevent breakdown or injury, do not put your hand inside of the
slot.
8
Shows the reception channel group and respective channel
number.
Pressing the + button changes this indication to the frequency
indication.
0 RF (ratio frequency) level indications
qa RF (ratio frequency) indicator
The indicator lights and the indications (dots) appear when the
antenna reception is optimal. Depending on the RF input level,
the number of dots changes.
How to Control the Display from the SRP-X700P
For the projectors that the SRP-X700P supports by default, refer to the “List of supported projectors” on a separate document.
PROJECTOR CONTROL RS-232C Terminal
To connect the RS-232C terminal of applicable projectors and that of plasma display to this terminal;
This model can switch the input signals and power ON/STANDBY of the projector and plasma display in interlocked condition.
<SRP-X700P side>
(D-sub 9-pin, male)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
FG
RD
TD
ER
SG
DR
RS
CS
N. C
<Sony projector/
plasma display side>
Function
Frame ground
Receive data
Send data
Not connected
Signal line ground
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
(D-sub 9-pin, female)
Signal
FG
RX DA
TX DA
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
RI
Function
Frame ground
Receive data
Send data
Data terminal ready
Ground
Data set ready
Request to send
Clear to send
Called display
PROJECTOR CONTROL CONTROL S IN/OUT Terminal
The SRP-X700P can switch the input signals and power ON/STANDBY of
the projector automatically when CONTROL S cable is connected to Sony’s
projector as interlocked operation. The RGB signal and the component
signal cannot be connected at the same time for the interlocked operation.
Connect the wired remote commander supplied with a projector to the
CONTROL S IN terminal. Then you can establish various setups of a
projector from the SRP-X700P. If you want to use the wired remote
commander on battery, locally fabricate a connecting cord with STEREO
mini plug connected at one end, for supplying the power.
<SRP-X700P>
Remote
commander CONTROL S
PROJECTOR
Projector
IN
OUT
How to Control the SRP-X700P from External Equipment
Note
The USB terminal and the REMOTE USB terminal are the dedicated terminal to control this unit from the SRP-X700P Manager and User
Control Panel.
REMOTE RS-232C Terminal
Use of this terminal enables you to control the SRP-X700P from an external
controller.
Terminal shape
Electrical specifications
Recommended cable
Cable length
:
:
:
:
D-sub 9-pin, male (with inch-type screws)
Conforms to RS-232C standard
Multi-core shielded cable for data communication
15 m or less
Communication format
Baud rate
Bit length
Stop bit
Parity
:
:
:
:
9600 bps
8 bits
1 bit
ODD (odd number)
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
FG
RD
TD
ER
SG
DR
RS
CS
N. C
Function
Frame ground
Receive data
Send data
Not connected
Signal line ground
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Note
Use the null modem cable when connecting the SRP-X700P with computer.
9
How to Control the SRP-X700P from External Equipment
REMOTE PARALLEL Terminal
The REMOTE PARALLEL terminal enables the SRP-X700P to be
remotely controlled with a simple circuit connected externally to
this terminal.
Terminal shape
Recommended cable
Cable length
: D-sub 25-pin, female
: Multi-core shielded cable for data
communication
: 50 m or less
INPUT terminal
You can set the functions of the respective terminals from the
PARALLEL INPUT FUNCTION setup box in the REMOTE
screen of the supplied SRP-X700P Manager software.
All faders and sound volume controls can be controlled from a
remote location by connecting a variable resistor as shown, in the
range of 0 to – ∞ dB.
You can perform the following operations by adding a make contact.
• Input selection of LINE 4 system
• Muting
• Scene recall
• Sound volume adjustment (Up/Down)
• Controlling the AV equipment connected to the CONTROL S
terminal
• Power-ON/STANDBY selection of a projector
OUTPUT terminal
(D-sub 25-pin, female)
<Example of input circuit>
Input terminal
(No. 2 to No. 13)
GND
(Nos. 1, 14 and 25)
10
0 dB
–∞ dB
10 kΩ
Curve-B variable
resistor
SRP-X700P
Input terminal
(No. 2 to No. 13)
GND
(Nos. 1, 14 and 25)
<Example of output circuit>
SRP-X700P
Output terminal
(No. 15 to No. 24)
The turning ON conditions of the respective pins of the OUTPUT
terminal can be set from the following.
• Input selector state of LINE 4 system
• Turning ON the OVER and – ∞ indicators
• Turning ON the scene recall button
• Generation of the Power-ON/STANDBY command of a
projector
You can select the ON conditions from the PARALLEL OUTPUT
FUNCTION setup box on the REMOTE screen of the supplied
SRP-X700P Manager software.
Pin No.
SRP-X700P
40 mA MAX
N
LED
24 V
MAX
GND
(Nos. 1, 14 and 25)
Function
1
GND
2
INPUT1
3
INPUT2
4
INPUT3
5
INPUT4
6
INPUT5
7
INPUT6
8
INPUT7
9
INPUT8
10
INPUT9
11
INPUT10
12
INPUT11
13
INPUT12
14
GND
15
OUTPUT1
16
OUTPUT2
17
OUTPUT3
18
OUTPUT4
19
OUTPUT5
20
OUTPUT6
21
OUTPUT7
22
OUTPUT8
23
OUTPUT9
24
OUTPUT10
25
GND
Note
• Do not apply any reverse voltage across the output terminal.
• Do not connect the shield cable of the REMOTE wire and the
GND wire to the terminal table or the like. It can cause
malfunction and noise.
• Install the REMOTE cable away from the dimmer, motor and
others.
How to Control AV Equipment from the SRP-X700P
The SRP-X700P can control the Sony equipment connected to the CONTROL S OUTPUT1 through 4 terminals. The functions which can be
operated are as follows.
Note that the functions of REC, POWER ON, and POWER STANDBY cannot be operated from the supplied software SRP-X700P Manager
and User Control Panel, to prevent the system from malfunctioning.
PREV.
NEXT
STOP
REW.
PLAY
F.F.
PAUSE
REC
POWER
ON
POWER
STANDBY
MD
CD-R Audio
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
VTR1 (Beta)
VTR2 (8mm)
VTR3 (VHS)
VTR4 (DV)
—
—
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
CD
DVD
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
—
a
a
Use the supplied IR transmitter VM-50 to control the Sony equipment that is not equipped with the
CONTROL S terminal.
• Confirm location of the remote control signal receptor part of the Sony equipment that you want to control, and fix the supplied IR
transmitter VM-50 with a both-sided adhesive tape as shown below.
Setting Requirements
View from the front
View from the top
5cm
IR LED
IR receiver
20cm
20cm
5cm
Install the VM-50 inside a rack. Recess the
IR receiver behind the IR LED by more than
10 cm. Install the IR receiver in the location
that is within the range of 20 cm higher and
20 cm lower than the IR LED (as shown by
the dotted line of the illustration). The IR
receiver of the equipment should be located
more than 5 cm far from the IR LED in the
right and left.
10cm
Note
VM-50
Service area
Front panel side
of the equipment
VM-50
If any screening object is placed in between
the IR LED and the IR receiver, the infrared
ray is blocked to disable control of the
external equipment.
• Operate the SRP-X700P Manager or the User Control Panel to confirm that it can control the Sony equipment. If they cannot control the
equipment, change position of the supplied IR transmitter VM-50 until they can control the equipment.
Connecting the Speaker
Speaker connection method changes depending on the operating mode.
When the “70 V LINE” mode is selected, the output signal becomes monaural. Connect the (+) terminal of a speaker to the (+) terminal (red)
of SPEAKERS CH-1 and the (–) terminal of a speaker to the (+) terminal (red) of SPEAKERS CH-2.
• Connecting speakers with
low impedance [Lo imp.]
• Connecting speakers with
high impedance [70 V LINE]
CH-1 +
+
CH-1 +
CH-1 –
–
CH-1 –
+
CH-2 –
–
CH-2 –
–
CH-2 +
+
Impedance
4Ω to 16Ω
CH-2 +
Impedance
32Ω to 10kΩ
The table below shows the number of speakers that can be connected in the high impedance [70 V LINE] mode.
1 kΩ
Power applied to
each speaker
5W
Number of speakers
you can connect
30
3.3 kΩ
1.5 W
100
10 kΩ
0.5 W
300
Impedance
∗ The notation in [ ] is displayed in the
SRP-X700P Manager.
11
12
PC 1
CD player
DVD player
REAR
OFF
4
R
L
ON
REAR
OFF
+48V
FRONT
WOOFER
CENTER
AUDIO
PC 2
ON
+48V
3
WOOFER
CENTER
E
AUDIO
OFF
R
L
MIC INPUT
FRONT
D
RGB
ON
C
COMPONENT/RGB
RGB
5.1 channel surround
Component
OFF
+48V
ON
+48V
R
L
2
R
R
B
1
L
A
L
LINE3 IN
S VIDEO
VIDEO
LINE4 INPUT
(+48V)
MIC
LINE
MIC5/LINE1 IN
R
L
F
ANT IN b
DC
9V OUT
35mA MAX
4
3
OUTPUT
MIC6/LINE2 IN
(+48V)
MIC
LINE
2
1
OUT
B/B-Y
SYNC/HD
1
RS-232C
PROJECTOR CONTROL
CONTROL S
IN
G/Y
R/R-Y
CONTROL S
VIDEO
S VIDEO
OUTPUT
2
LINE OUTPUT
VD
4
3
6
5
PARALLEL
8
7
70V LINE
2
1
REC OUT
REMOTE
AC IN
CIRCUIT
BREAKER
PUSH RESET
To power outlet
RS-232C
IMPEDANCE USE 32 -10k
CH-1
IMPEDANCE USE
4-16
SPEAKERS
CH-2
IMPEDANCE USE
4-16
To power outlet
Front speaker (R)
Sub woofer (SW)
Power amplifier
Ceiling speaker
Power amplifier
Center speaker (C)
Power amplifier
Surround speaker (LS) Surround speaker (RS)
USER CONTROL PANEL
USB
Front speaker (L)
LCD data projector
• You can realize the above system configuration with the default setting of the SRP-X700P. You can use the system without changing any setups from the supplied software SRP-X700P Manager.
• You can control the VHS, DV and DVD, can select channel of the LINE4 INPUT terminal, and can control the sound volume of microphone and AV equipment from the supplied software User
Control Panel. (CD and MD cannot be controlled.)
• VHS, DV and DVD cannot be controlled from the front panel of the SRP-X700P.
• The system configuration shown above uses the two unit of the UHF synthesizer tuner unit WRU-806B (option).
• If you want to use an electret condenser microphone for MIC3 and MIC4, set the +48 V button of the corresponding channel to ON.
• Connect the VPL-FX50 as a projector through RS-232C.
• Install the IR transmitter VM-50 in the SRP-X700P or in the location inside a rack that allows its receptor block to receive the remote control signal. For the installation of the VM-50, see “How to
Control AV Equipment from the SRP-X700P” on page 11.
• If you use VHS and DV that can select their remote control mode, set the remote control mode of VHS to “VTR3” and set the remote control mode of DV to “VTR4”.
IR
transmitter
DV VCR
VHS VCR
MD recorder
ANT IN a
DC
9V OUT
35mA MAX
S VIDEO
VIDEO
R/G/B/HD/VD Y/R-Y/B-Y
RS-232C
System Configuration
System example when operating the SRP-X700P with the default
setting when shipped from the factory
PC 1
CD player
DVD player
REAR
OFF
4
R
L
ON
REAR
OFF
+48V
FRONT
WOOFER
CENTER
AUDIO
PC 2
ON
+48V
3
WOOFER
CENTER
E
AUDIO
OFF
R
L
MIC INPUT
FRONT
D
RGB
ON
C
COMPONENT/RGB
RGB
5.1 channel surround
Component
OFF
+48V
ON
+48V
R
L
2
R
R
B
1
L
A
L
LINE3 IN
S VIDEO
VIDEO
LINE4 INPUT
(+48V)
MIC
LINE
MIC5/LINE1 IN
R
L
F
ANT IN b
DC
9V OUT
35mA MAX
4
3
OUTPUT
MIC6/LINE2 IN
(+48V)
MIC
LINE
2
1
OUT
B/B-Y
SYNC/HD
1
RS-232C
PROJECTOR CONTROL
CONTROL S
IN
G/Y
R/R-Y
CONTROL S
VIDEO
S VIDEO
OUTPUT
2
LINE OUTPUT
VD
4
3
6
5
PARALLEL
8
7
70V LINE
I/F
BOX
2
1
REC OUT
REMOTE
AC IN
Screen
CIRCUIT
BREAKER
I/F
BOX
Curtain
I/F
BOX
Power amplifier
Ceiling speaker
Power amplifier
Sub woofer (SW)
Power amplifier
Center speaker (C)
Illumination
External system controller
Operation terminal
To power outlet
Front speaker (R)
Surround speaker (LS) Surround speaker (RS)
USER CONTROL PANEL
USB
RS-232C
PUSH RESET
To power outlet
RS-232C
IMPEDANCE USE 32 -10k
CH-1
IMPEDANCE USE
4-16
SPEAKERS
CH-2
IMPEDANCE USE
4-16
Front speaker (L)
LCD data projector
• You can control the SRP-X700P from a remote location by one of the three methods (either from the User Control Panel or from the external operation panel or from external system controller.)
• You can control the SRP-X700P and the equipment connected to the SRP-X700P by sending command from external system controller to the SRP-X700P. (The system controller software is separately necessary.)
• If you use a projector that is controlled through the CONTROL S terminal, the RGB signal equipment and the component signal equipment cannot be mixed in the system connection. The component signal
output equipment such as DVD should use the 4A to 4C LINE 4 INPUT terminals connecting the video or S video signal.
• The system configuration shown above uses the two unit of the UHF synthesizer tuner unit WRU-806B (option).
• If you want to use an electret condenser microphone for MIC3 and MIC4, set the +48 V button of the corresponding channel to ON.
• Install the IR transmitter VM-50 in the SRP-X700P or in the location inside a rack that allows its receptor block to receive the remote control signal. For the installation of the VM-50, see “How to Control AV
Equipment from the SRP-X700P” on page 11.
• If you want to control the environment equipment such as screen, curtain and illuminations from the REMOTE PARALLEL output terminal, use the optional interface box (I/F box).
• For the external operation panel and interface box (I/F Box), see “System example when operating the SRP-X700P from the REMOTE PARALLEL terminal” on page 14.
IR
transmitter
DV VCR
VHS VCR
MD recorder
ANT IN a
DC
9V OUT
35mA MAX
External operation panel
RS-232C or CONTROL S
S VIDEO
VIDEO
R/G/B/HD/VD Y/R-Y/B-Y
System example when external operation panel and environment
equipment are connected
13
System Configuration
System example when operating the SRP-X700P from the REMOTE
PARALLEL terminal
The REMOTE PARALLEL terminal of the SRP-X700P is shipped from the factory with the default setting on the premise of the external
operation panel as described below.
START
VHS
DV
Camera
Stand DVD
PC1
PC2
MIC
AV
FINISH
EMG STOP
START button (SCENE No. 1 recall): Sets OUTPUT7 and OUTPUT9 to ON to lower the screen, to close the curtain, to darken the illumination and to start presentation.
FINISH button (SCENE No. 2 recall): Sets OUTPUT8 and OUTPUT10 to ON to raise the screen, to open the curtain, to turn on the illumination and to end the presentation.
EMG STOP button (SCENE No. 3 recall): Sets OUTPUT7 through OUTPUT10 to OFF to stop moving the screen and the curtain, and to turn on the illumination.
Selector block: Switches the LINE4 INPUT terminals A through F.
MIC volume control: Controls the microphone sound volume.
AV volume control: Controls sound volume of the AV equipment.
SRP-X700P REMOTE PARALLEL terminal
D-sub 25-pin connector
Pin No.
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
Terminal name
GND
INPUT1
INPUT2
INPUT3
INPUT4
INPUT5
INPUT6
INPUT7
INPUT8
INPUT9
INPUT10
INPUT11
INPUT12
GND
OUTPUT1
OUTPUT2
OUTPUT3
OUTPUT4
OUTPUT5
OUTPUT6
OUTPUT7
OUTPUT8
OUTPUT9
OUTPUT10
GND
External operation panel
Function name
GND
VHS selection
DV selection
Camera selection
DVD selection
PC1 selection
PC2 selection
START
FINISH
EMG STOP
Microphone sound volume
AV equipment sound volume
———
GND
VHS selection tally
DV selection tally
Camera selection tally
DVD selection tally
PC1 selection tally
PC2 selection tally
Lowers the screen.
Raises the screen.
Close the curtain/turn off illumination.
Open the curtain/turn on illumination.
GND
VHS VCR selector button
DV VCR selector button
Picture presentation camera selector button
DVD selector button
PC1 selector button
PC2 selector button
START (presentation start) button
FINISH (presentation finish) button
Emergency stop button
Microphone sound volume control (10kΩ B-curve)
AV equipment sound volume control (10kΩ B-curve)
40mA or less
VHS VCR selection LED
DV VCR selection LED
Picture presentation camera selection LED
DVD selection LED
PC1 selection LED
PC2 selection LED
LED
DC 24V or less
Precaution on the environment interface box specifications
• The REMOTE PARALLEL output terminal provides the open-collector output of
alternate operation. It means that the output terminal keeps outputting the ON signal
after an output command is issued to operate the environment equipment by using
scene recall and others, regardless of the operating condition of the environment
equipment. The environment equipment motors should be stopped when you want to
stop raising or lowering the screen or curtain, by the Interface Box.
• The Emergency Stop signal turns off the output signals at the OUTPUT7 to
OUTPUT10 terminals.
Please create an Interface Box that stops moving the screen and the curtain, and turns
on illumination when the output terminals are turned off.
Lowers the screen.
Raises the screen.
Screen
interface box
Closes the curtain.
Opens the curtain.
Curtain
interface box
Turns off illumination.
Turns on illumination.
Illumination
interface box
Example of controlling the environment equipment by scene recall operation
Terminal
name
Environment
equipment
OFF
ON
OFF
OUTPUT 8,10
ON
OUTPUT 7,9
Screen Curtain Illumination
Bright
Raise
Open
Stop
Bright
Lower Close
Dark
START
Turning on
the power (SCENE No. 1 recall)
14
EMG STOP
(SCENE No. 3 recall)
FINISH
(SCENE No. 2 recall)
START
(SCENE No. 1 recall)
Default settings
INPUT
AUTOMATIC MIXER SETUP
Item
Initial setting
MIC1 - MIC4
TRIM
LCF
Item
–60 dBu
ON/OFF
DEFAULT/EDIT
Initial setting
ON
MIC5/LINE1, MIC6/LINE2
+4 dBu
LINE3, LINE4A - 4F
–10 dBu
THRESHOLD
–3 dB
MIC1 - MIC4
ON
RATIO
3:1
MIC5/LINE1, MIC6/LINE2
OFF
COMPRESSOR
DEFAULT
ATTACK
22 ms
RELEASE
100 ms
THRESHOLD
–30 dB
PEQ
OFF
FR
OFF
COMP
OFF
MUTING
OFF
GAIN LIMIT
+10 dB
INPUT FADER
0 dB
ONLY ONE
OFF
63 Hz
LAST ON
OFF
Band 2
2.5 kHz
SELECT
Band 3
20 kHz
Band 1
1.0
Band 2
1.5
Band 3
0.47
Band 1
FREQ
MIC1 - MIC4
MIC5/LINE1,
MIC6/LINE2
Q
PEQ
GAIN
FREQ
LINE3, LINE4
PEQ
Q
GAIN
INPUT
AUTOMATIC
SELECT
0 dB
63 Hz
Band 2
20 kHz
1.0
0.47
Band 1,2
0dB
HOLD
1000 ms
RELEASE
470 ms
NOM
OUTPUT
Band 1 - 3
Band 2
MIXER
LIMITER
Band 1
Band 1
GATE
OFF
MIC1-MIC6/LINE2
ON
THRESHOLD
+10 dB
ATTACK
0.47 ms
RELEASE
100 ms
OUTPUT1-REC OUT2 ON
ROUTING
Routing
LINE OUT1, LINE OUT2
MIC1/WL1
Mix level
–20 dB
LINE OUT7, LINE OUT8, REC OUT1, REC OUT2 0dB
LINE OUT1, LINE OUT2
MIC2/WL2
–20 dB
LINE OUT7, LINE OUT8, REC OUT1, REC OUT2 0 dB
LINE OUT1, LINE OUT2
MIC3
–20 dB
LINE OUT7, LINE OUT8, REC OUT1, REC OUT2 0 dB
LINE OUT1, LINE OUT2
MIC4
–20 dB
LINE OUT7, LINE OUT8, REC OUT1, REC OUT2 0 dB
MIC5/LINE1
LINE OUT1, REC OUT1
0 dB
MIC6/LINE2
LINE OUT2, REC OUT2
0 dB
L
LINE OUT1
0 dB
R
LINE OUT2
0 dB
L
LINE OUT1, REC OUT1
0 dB
R
LINE OUT2, REC OUT2
0 dB
L
LINE OUT1, REC OUT1
0 dB
C
LINE OUT5
0 dB
R
LINE OUT2, REC OUT2
0 dB
SW
LINE OUT6
0 dB
LS
LINE OUT3
0 dB
LINE3
A⋅B⋅C⋅F
LINE4
D⋅E
RS
SP OUT
LINE OUT4
0 dB
ROUTING
ATT LEVEL
CH1 LINE OUT1
–10 dB
CH2 LINE OUT2
–10 dB
15
Default settings
OUTPUT
REMOTE
Item
Initial setting
Item
Initial setting
OUTPUT1, OUTPUT2
+4 dBu
INPUT1
AV SEL A
OUTPUT3 - OUTPUT8
–5 dBu
INPUT2
AV SEL B
REC OUT1, REC OUT2
–5 dBu
INPUT3
AV SEL C
HCF
OFF
INPUT4
AV SEL D
EQ
OFF
INPUT5
AV SEL E
DELAY
0 ms
MUTING
REF LEVEL
INPUT6
AV SEL F
OFF
INPUT7
RECALL 1
GAIN LIMIT
+10 dB
INPUT8
RECALL 2
OUTPUT FADER
0 dB
INPUT9
RECALL 3
Band 1
25 Hz
INPUT10
LVL Master A
Band 2
40 Hz
INPUT11
LVL Master B
Band 3
80 Hz
INPUT12
NONE
Band 4
160 Hz
OUTPUT1
AV SEL A
Band 5
315 Hz
OUTPUT2
AV SEL B
Band 6
630 Hz
OUTPUT3
AV SEL C
OUTPUT2
Band 7
1.25 kHz
OUTPUT4
AV SEL D
EQ
Band 8
2.5 kHz
Band 9
OUTPUT1,
FREQ
INPUT
PARALLEL I/O
OUTPUT5
AV SEL E
5 kHz
OUTPUT6
AV SEL F
Band 10
10 kHz
OUTPUT7
RECALL 1
Band 11
20 kHz
OUTPUT8
RECALL 2
Q
Band 1 - 11
1.5
OUTPUT9
RECALL 1
GAIN
Band 1 - 11
0 dB
OUTPUT10
RECALL 2
HCF
OUTPUT
OFF
LINE3
Band 1
63 Hz
Band 2
250 Hz
Band 3
2.5 kHz
OUTPUT3 -
Band 4
20 kHz
OUTPUT8
Band 1
1.0
Band 2, 3
1.5
Band 4
0.47
MACHINE
Band 1 - 4
0 dB
CONTROL
FREQ
EQ
Q
GAIN
HCF
SELECT
OUTPUT
ATT
LINE4B
LINE4C
LINE4D
OFF
MODE
SPEAKER
LINE4A
MACHINE TYPE
MD
CTRL S OUTPUT CH
1
MACHINE TYPE
VTR3 (VHS)
CTRL S OUTPUT CH
2
MACHINE TYPE
VTR4 (DV)
CTRL S OUTPUT CH
2
MACHINE TYPE
NONE
CTRL S OUTPUT CH
1
MACHINE TYPE
DVD
CTRL S OUTPUT CH
3
Lo Imp.
LINE4E,
MACHINE TYPE
NONE
CH1
OUTPUT 1
LINE4F
CTRL S OUTPUT CH
1
CH2
OUTPUT 2
CH1
WIRED
CH1
10 dB
CONNECTION CH2
WIRED
CH2
10 dB
TYPE
CH3
IR
CH4
WIRED
PROJECTOR
I/F TYPE
RS-232C
PROJECTOR PROTOCOL
VPL-FX50
REMOTE POWER ENABLE
ON
CONTROL
INPUT VIDEO
TYPE
LINE4A - LINE4C
VIDEO
LINE4D
COMPONENT
LINE4E, LINE4F
RGB
GROUP FADER
Item
16
Initial setting
MASTER A
MIC1/WL1, MIC2/WL2, MIC3, MIC4
MASTER B
MIC5/LINE1, MIC6/LINE2, LINE3, LINE4
REMOTE1 - REMOTE6
Not assigned
A
B
C
D
LINE 4
S VIDEO IN
LINE4
COMPONENT
/RGB IN
F
E
A
B
C
LINE 4
VIDEO
IN
LINE 4D, 4E
RL/RR/C/W
LINE 4A
|
4F
LINE 3
MIC5/LINE1
MIC6/LINE2
MIC 3,4
ANT a,b
MIC 1,2
+48V
LINE
+48V
TUNER
SLOT
WL1,2
+48V
A/D
TRIM
TRIM
TRIM
TRIM
SIGNAL
SIGNAL
SIGNAL
SIGNAL
INPUT
SELECTOR
A/D
A/D
A/D
RF IND.
TRIM
LCF
LCF
LCF
A/D
FR
FR
FR
SIGNAL
3BAND
PEQ
3BAND
PEQ
3BAND
PEQ
-
∞
MUTING FADER
MUTING FADER
-
MUTING FADER
OVER
GAIN
LOCK
REMOTE
USB
RS-232C
MUTING
AUTOMATIC
MUTING FADER
MIXER
MUTING FADER 14IN 10OUT
MUTING FADER
MUTING FADER
COMPONENT
/RGB OUT
S VIDEO
OUT
VIDEO
OUT
2BAND
PEQ
2BAND
PEQ
COMP
COMP
COMP
OVER
GAIN
4BAND
PEQ
11BAND
PEQ
∞
ATT
D/A
0/-5/-10
0/-5/-10
+4/0/-5/-10
+
CLIP
PROTECTION
REC OUT
LINE
OUT 3-8
LINE
OUT 1,2
SP OUT
1,2
USB(REAR)
USB (FRONT)
CTRL S OUT
1,2,3,4
PROJECTOR
CTRL S OUT
PROJECTOR
CTRL S IN
PARALLEL
REMOTE
RS-232C for external
system controller
RS-232C for
projector control
D/A
D/A
D/A
POWER
AMP
OUTPUT
LEVEL
LEVEL
METER
MODE
70V LINE
MAIN CPU
DELAY
DELAY
SELECTOR
MUTING
Block Diagram
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Specifications
AUDIO INPUT/OUTPUT
Input
MIC 1/WL 1,
MIC 2/WL 2,
MIC 3, MIC 4
Terminal shape
Circuit
Channel
Reference input level
Maximum input level
Impedance
–60 to –45 dBu
–37 to –22 dBu
2.2 kΩ or more
–60 to –45 dBu
–37 to –22 dBu
2.2 kΩ or more (in MIC mode)
–10 to +4 dBu
+10 to +24 dBu
10 kΩ (in LINE mode)
XLR 3-31type
Balanced
Monaural
XLR 3-31type
Balanced
Monaural
Pin
Unbalanced
Stereo
–10 to 0 dBu
+10 dBu
10 kΩ or more
LINE 4 (A B C F) Pin
Unbalanced
Stereo
–10 to 0 dBu
+10 dBu
10 kΩ or more
LINE 4 (D E)
Unbalanced
Stereo/
5.1 surround
–10 to 0 dBu
+10 dBu
10 kΩ or more
MIC 5/LINE 1
MIC 6/LINE 2
LINE 3
Pin
Output
Terminal shape
Circuit
Channel
Reference output level Maximum output level
Load impedance
LINE OUT 1-2
XLR 3-32type
Balanced
Monaural
–10/–5/0/+4 dBu
+24 dBu
600 Ω or more
LINE OUT 3-8
Pin
Unbalanced
Monaural
–10/–5/0 dBu
+15 dBu
10 kΩ or more
REC OUT 1-2
Pin
Unbalanced
Monaural
–10/–5/0 dBu
+15 dBu
10 kΩ or more
SPEAKERS OUTPUT
Output
Terminal shape
CH 1
CH 2
Screw-type terminal
70 V LINE
Impedance
Maximum output
4 Ω to 16 Ω
150 W + 150 W (8 Ω 1 kHz, T.H.D 10%)
4 Ω to 16 Ω
200 W + 200 W (4 Ω 1 kHz, T.H.D 10%)
32 Ω to 10 kΩ
150 W (32 Ω 1 kHz, T.H.D 10%)
VIDEO/RGB INPUT/OUTPUT
Input
LINE 4 (A B C)
LINE 4 (D E F)
Output
R/R-Y, G/Y, B/B-Y,
Terminal shape
Signal format
Level
Impedance
75 Ω
Pin
Composite
1 Vp-p (75Ω)
MINI Din
Y/C
1 Vp-p (Y)/0.286 Vp-p (C)
75 Ω
Component/RGB
0.7 Vp-p (video signal)
1 to 5 V (sync signal)
75 Ω (video signal)
47 kΩ (sync signal input)
HD D-sub 15-pin
Terminal shape
Signal format
Level
Impedance
0.7 Vp-p (video signal)
75 Ω (video signal)
1 to 5 V (sync signal)
47 kΩ (sync signal input)
BNC
Component/RGB
S VIDEO
MINI Din
Y/C
1 Vp-p (Y)/0.286 Vp-p (C)
75 Ω
VIDEO
BNC
Composite
1 Vp-p
75 Ω
SYNC/HD, VD
REMOTE
AUDIO
20 Hz to 20 kHz ± 0.5 dB
(with LINE OUT, 1 kHz reference)
T.H.D
0.01 % or less (LINE OUT, 1 kHz)
S/N ratio
94 dB or more (LINE 3, LINE 4, IHF-A)
Crosstalk
–85 dB or less (between LINE channels,
1 kHz with input cutoff)
Equivalent input noise level
–124 dBu or less (–60 dBu, with input
terminated in 150 Ω, IHF-A)
0 dBu = 0.775 V
Frequency response
VIDEO/S VIDEO
Frequency response
50 Hz to 10 MHz
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OUT
RS-232C
USB (front/rear)
D-sub 9-pin (male)
Mini jack
D-sub 25-pin (female)
Make contact input
Logic: C-MOS LEVEL active L
Input pulse width: 100 msec or more
Open collector output
Withstand voltage: +24 V or less
Maximum sink current: 40 mA
D-sub 9-pin (male)
TYPE-B
OTHERS
COMPONENT/RGB
Frequency response
PROJECTOR CONTROL
RS-232C
CONTROL S IN/OUT
REMOTE
PARALLEL I/O
IN
50 Hz to 150 MHz
480 p, 1080 i,
1280 × 1024 60 Hz (SXGA) supported
ANT IN terminal
+48 V power supply
BNC DC +9 V is supplied.
Supplied to MIC 1 to MIC 6 XLR
terminals. (For MIC 1 to MIC 4,
supplied when the +48 V button is
ON.)
(For MIC 5 and MIC 6, supplied at
MIC level setting only.)
General
Power requirement
Power consumption
Dimensions
Mass
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Supplied accessories
Optional accessories
AC 120 V, 50/60 Hz
150 W
482 × 132 × 350 mm (w/h/d)
(19 × 5 1/4 × 13 7/8 inches)
(excluding protrusions)
Approx. 13 kg (28 lb 11 oz)
0°C to 40°C
–20°C to 60°C
Power cord (1), Foot (4), CD-ROM (1),
IR transmitter VM-50 (1),
Operating instructions (1)
UHF antenna AN-820A,
UHF synthesizer tuner unit WRU-806B
To prevent electromagnetic wave interference due to portable
communication devices:
If communication devices such as cellular phones are used
near this unit, incorrect operation may be caused or the image,
sound, etc. may be affected. Turn off the power of all portable
communication devices near this unit if possible.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
3 (1/8)
4 (3/16)
350 (13 7/8)
30 (1 3/16)
Dimensions
482 (19)
430 (17)
132 (5 1/4)
Unit : mm (inches)
* This drawing includes the supplied feet.
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Troubleshooting
Before contacting us, please check the following again. If the trouble persists, please contact your local Sony Sales office or Dealer.
Start the supplied software SRP-X700P Manager and check the settings of the SRP-X700P. Check the following if the problem still
cannot be solved.
Symptom
Power is not turned on.
Cause/Remedy
• Power cord is disconnected.
→ Firmly insert the power cord fully into the AC IN terminal and wall outlet.
No sound is output.
• Input fader is decreased.
→ Increase the input fader.
• Master volume is decreased.
→ Increase the master volume.
• ROUTING setup is incorrect.
→ Set the ROUTING correctly using the SRP-X700P Manager.
No microphone sound is output.
• MIC/LINE selector button is set to LINE.
→ Set the MIC/LINE selector button to MIC.
Sound is distorted.
• The LINE equipment is connected to MIC5/LINE 1 IN and MIC6/LINE 2 IN terminals
while the MIC/LINE selector button is set to the MIC position.
→ Set the MIC/LINE selector button to LINE.
No video comes out.
• Video input signal setup is incorrect.
→ Set the video input signal correctly again.
The SRP-X700P cannot be controlled
by RS-232C.
• The cable routing method does not satisfy the specifications of this unit.
• The RS-232C parameter settings do not satisfy the specifications of this unit.
→ Connect cables following the instructions for “REMOTE RS-232C Terminal” described on
page 9.
PROTECTION indicator remains lit.
• When DC voltage appears in the SPEAKER terminal due to failure.
→ Set the POWER button switch to OFF.
• If the heat sink temperature inside the amplifier exceeds the specified value.
The connected speaker impedance is too low.
→ Set the POWER button to OFF and connect the SRP-X700P to a speaker having the
correct impedance.
Air intake and exhaust holes (on the right and left sides of the SRP-X700P) are choked
by dust.
→ Clean the air intake and exhaust holes by removing dust with a vacuum cleaner.
• Speaker terminal is short-circuited.
→ Set the POWER button switch to OFF and remove the cause of the short-circuit.
Sony Corporation
Printed in Japan
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