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TOA D-2008SP CE User manual
INSTALLATION MANUAL
D-2000 Series
(Version 4)
DIGITAL MIXER
D-2008SP
D-2012C/
2012AS
Thank you for purchasing TOA’s Digital Mixer.
Please carefully follow the instructions in this manual to ensure long, trouble-free use of your equipment.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. HANDLING PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................... 5
2. NOMENCLATURE AND FUNCTIONS
2.1. D-2008SP Digital Mixing Processor Unit ............................................................ 6
2.2. D-2012C Remote Console Unit ........................................................................ 10
2.3. D-911 VCA Fader Unit ..................................................................................... 16
2.4. Optional Modules
2.4.1. D-921F Microphone/Line Input Module .................................................. 18
2.4.2. D-921E Microphone/Line Input Module ................................................. 18
2.4.3. D-922F Microphone/Line Input Module .................................................. 19
2.4.4. D-922E Microphone/Line Input Module ................................................. 19
2.4.5. D-2000AD1 Microphone/Line Input Module ........................................... 20
2.4.6. D-936R Stereo Input Module ................................................................. 21
2.4.7. D-923AE Digital Input Module ................................................................ 21
2.4.8. D-937SP Digital Input Module ................................................................ 21
2.4.9. D-971M Line Output Module .................................................................. 22
2.4.10. D-971E Line Output Module ................................................................ 22
2.4.11. D-971R Line Output Module ................................................................ 22
2.4.12. D-2000DA1 Line Output Module .......................................................... 23
2.4.13. D-972AE Digital Output Module ........................................................... 24
2.4.14. D-961SP Digital Output Module ........................................................... 24
2.4.15. D-981 Remote Control Module ............................................................ 24
2.4.16. D-983 Remote Control Module ............................................................ 25
2.4.17. D-984VC VCA Control Module ............................................................ 25
2.4.18. D-2000CB CobraNet Interface Module ................................................ 26
3. INSTALLATION
3.1. Inserting the D-2000CB .................................................................................... 27
3.2. Rack Mounting
3.2.1. D-2008SP .............................................................................................. 29
3.2.2. D-2012C ................................................................................................. 30
3.2.3. D-911 ..................................................................................................... 30
3.3. When Installing the D-2012C on a Desk
3.3.1. Components of the D-2012AS Console Case ....................................... 31
3.3.2. Attaching the D-2012AS Console Case ................................................. 31
4. CONNECTION
4.1. Connection Example 1 ..................................................................................... 33
4.2. Connection Example 2 ..................................................................................... 34
4.3. Removable Terminal Plug Connection ............................................................. 35
4.4. Connecting the Monitor Bus Terminal of the D-2008SP and D-2012C ............ 36
4.5. Audio Monitor Line Connection When Multiple Units Are Connected .............. 37
4.6. D-2012C's AC Power Cord Connection ........................................................... 38
4.7. D-911 Connection ............................................................................................ 38
4.8. D-984VC Specifications
4.8.1. Connection cable and pin arrangements of each terminal ..................... 39
4.8.2. Input and output channel VCA controls (1) – (4) .................................... 39
4.8.3. Contact controls (5) – (8) ....................................................................... 40
4.9. Ferrite Cable Clamp Attachment (For D-972AE only) ...................................... 41
4.10. System Expansion Using CobraNet Connection
4.10.1. CobraNet connection outline ................................................................ 42
4.10.2. Redundant configuration of switching hubs ......................................... 44
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4.10.3. Non-redundant configuration of switching hubs ................................... 45
4.10.4. Largest-scale system connection example .......................................... 46
5. PC CONNECTIONS ......................................................................................... 47
6. RETURNING SETTINGS TO THEIR INITIAL FACTORY DEFAULT
(D-2008SP ONLY) ............................................................................................ 48
7. FIRMWARE UPDATE PROCEDURE (D-2012C ONLY) ....................... 49
8. OPERATIONS
8.1. D-2008SP Operation ........................................................................................ 51
8.1.1. Recalling preset memories .................................................................... 52
8.1.2. Selecting the input or output channel to be monitored ........................... 53
8.1.3. Selecting the D-2012C's monitor channels ............................................ 54
8.1.4. Selecting CobraNet's monitor channels ................................................. 55
8.1.5. Key lock function ON/OFF ..................................................................... 56
8.2. D-2012C Operation
8.2.1. Key-assignable functions ....................................................................... 57
8.2.2. Preset memory recall ............................................................................. 58
8.2.3. Storage in preset memory ...................................................................... 58
8.2.4. Switching Line Inputs
(valid only when the D-936R or D-937SP module is installed) .............. 59
8.2.5. D-2008SP level indicator control (LED control) ..................................... 59
8.2.6. Fader layer switching ............................................................................. 60
8.2.7. D-2008SP control output ON/OFF (console switch) .............................. 61
8.2.8. D-2008SP (ID 1) external control switch ................................................ 61
8.2.9. Key lock function ON/OFF ..................................................................... 62
8.2.10. Monitor channel clear ........................................................................... 63
8.2.11. Monitoring ............................................................................................ 63
8.3. D-911 Operation
8.3.1. Volume adjustment ................................................................................ 64
8.3.2. Contact control ....................................................................................... 64
9. BLOCK DIAGRAMS
9.1. D-2008SP ......................................................................................................... 65
9.2. D-2012C ........................................................................................................... 68
9.3. D-911 ............................................................................................................... 69
10. LEVEL DIAGRAMS
10.1. Analog Input/Output ....................................................................................... 70
10.2. Digital Input/Output ........................................................................................ 70
11. SPECIFICATIONS
11.1.
11.2.
11.3.
11.4.
11.5.
11.6.
11.7.
11.8.
11.9.
11.10.
11.11.
D-2008SP Digital Mixing Processor Unit ....................................................... 71
D-2012C Remote Console Unit ..................................................................... 73
D-911 VCA Fader Unit ................................................................................... 74
D-921F Microphone/Line Input Module .......................................................... 74
D-921E Microphone/Line Input Module ......................................................... 75
D-922F Microphone/Line Input Module .......................................................... 75
D-922E Microphone/Line Input Module ......................................................... 76
D-2000AD1 Microphone/Line Input Module ................................................... 76
D-936R Stereo Input Module ......................................................................... 77
D-923AE Digital Input Module ........................................................................ 77
D-937SP Digital Input Module ........................................................................ 77
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11.12. D-971M Line Output Module .......................................................................... 78
11.13. D-971E Line Output Module .......................................................................... 78
11.14. D-971R Line Output Module .......................................................................... 78
11.15. D-2000DA1 Line Output Module .................................................................... 79
11.16. D-972AE Digital Output Module ..................................................................... 79
11.17. D-961SP Digital Output Module ..................................................................... 79
11.18. D-981 Remote Control Module ...................................................................... 80
11.19. D-983 Remote Control Module ...................................................................... 81
11.20. D-984VC VCA Control Module ...................................................................... 82
11.21. D-2000CB CobraNet Interface Module ......................................................... 83
11.22. D-2012AS Console Case ............................................................................... 83
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1. HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
• The power supply cords supplied with the D-2008SP and D-2012C are designed for exclusive use with each
equipment. Never use them with other equipment.
• Use the unit in locations where the temperature is between +5 to +40 °C (41 to 104 ºF) and the humidity is
less than 90 % (no condensation).
• The unit is a precision audio component. To prevent failure, do not give the unit strong shocks or vibrations.
• When mounting the D-2008SP in an equipment rack, be sure to mount a perforated panel larger than 1U
size*1 above and below the unit.
• Do not position the heat-generating component such as a power amplifier immediately below the D-2008SP
in the rack even if the perforated panel is mounted between them. Also, keep such components away from
each other so that the ambient temperature around the D-2008SP should not exceed +40 ºC (104 ºF).
Failure to do so may shorten the product life.
• When mounting the D-2012C in an equipment rack, be sure to mount a perforated panel larger than 1U
size*1 above the unit.
• Do not position the heat-generating component such as a power amplifier immediately below the D-2012C in
the rack. Also, keep such components away from each other so that the ambient temperature around the D2012C should not exceed +40 ºC (104 ºF). Failure to do so may shorten the product life.
• Do not place objects on the motorized faders of the D-2012C as these faders move up and down
automatically through operation such as preset memory recall.
• The largest-scale system can be configured with 4 D-2008SPs, 4 D-2012Cs, and 1 PC.
When using the multiple D-2008SP or D-2012C units, their firmware versions must be 3.0.0 or later, and the
D-2000 Setting software version must be 3.0.0 or later.
For details on how to check their versions, read the separate Setting Software Instructions, "Menu item
description."
Firmware of the D-2008SP and D-2012C can be updated using the Setting Software ver. 3.0.0 or later*2.
For details on how to update the firmware, read the separate Setting Software Instructions, "Method to
Enable Communications between the PC and the Unit."
The latest versions of the D-2000 Setting Software and Instruction Manual are made available on the TOA
product data download site (http://www.toa-products.com/international/).
• To clean, be sure to first switch off the unit's power, then wipe with a dry cloth. When the unit gets very dirty,
use a cloth damped in a neutral cleanser. Never use benzene, thinner, chemically-treated cleaning cloth, or
alcohol because such volatile liquids could deform or discolor the unit.
• About the wear-and-tear items
The D-2012C's following parts are wear-and-tear items. Replace them when they approach the end of their
useful lives, which vary depending on the environments or conditions of use. Note that the replacement of
such wear-and-tear parts is chargeable even when the unit is within the valid guarantee period.
· Motor fader:
30000 reciprocations (Approx. 6 years)
· Rotary encoder: 30000 rotations (Approx. 12 years)
*1 1U size = 44.5 mm or 1.75" (standard size)
*2 To update the D-2012C firmware ver. 2.0.0, use the dedicated "D-2012C Firmware Updater Software
Program." (Refer to p. 49.)
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2. NOMENCLATURE AND FUNCTIONS
2.1. D-2008SP Digital Mixing Processor Unit
The D-2008SP Digital Mixing Processor Unit is designed to have up to 32 audio inputs and outputs in total.
A built-in multiple signal processing functions permit the unit to be used as both a mixer and a signal
processor.
Its audio input/output and control ports can accept plug-in modules, making the unit have a maximum of 32
inputs or 32 outputs and up to 2 control modules.
Using the following optional modules enables the unit to perform their functions: Two D-983s Remote Control
Module for providing a maximum of 48 contact inputs and 32 contact outputs, D-984VC VCA Control Module
for VCA control, and D-2000CB CobraNet Interface Module for audio data transfer between CobraNet
devices.
Each function can be set using the D-2000 Setting Software.
Operation can be performed through the front key operation and from a PC with the D-2000 Setting Software
installed.
The D-2012C Remote Console Unit, when connected, remotely controls the D-2008SP's basic operations
such as volume control.
It can be mounted in an EIA component rack (3U size*).
* 1U size = 44.5 mm or 1.75" (standard size)
Note
CobraNet is a trademark of Cirrus Logic, Inc.
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1. Power switch [POWER ON/OFF]
Power is switched on and off with each
depression of this switch.
2. Power lamp
Lights when the power switch is set to ON.
3. Monitor number
Number of channel to be monitored using
headphones.
4. Level indicators [PEAK, +12 dB, 0 dB, –40 dB]
Indicate the signal level of each individual
channel.
Indicate the PFL (pre-fader level) value for the
input channel, and the AFL (after-fader level)
value for the output channel.
When an output channel is muted, only the
PEAK indicator lights. When all output channels
are muted by the "All Mute" function, all the
PEAK indicators flash.
5. Gate indicator (Orange)
Lights when the gate* is activated.
* This function passes, attenuates, or cuts the
input signal depending on its signal level.
6. Monitor selection indicator (Orange)
Lights to indicate the corresponding channel is
selected for monitoring using headphones.
7. Key lock indicator (Red)
Lights when key lock function is enabled.
14. Selection keys
Use the Up and Down keys to select the Item
selection indicator.
Use the Left and Right keys to select the preset
memory number when recalling the preset
memory or the desired monitor number when
MONITOR is selected.
15. Set key
Used for preset memory recall or key lock
setting.
16. LAN LINK/ACT indicator (Green)
Lights when the LAN connector on the rear panel
is connected, and flashes during LAN
communications.
17. LAN DETECT indicator (Orange)
Lights when this unit is selected on the D-2000
Setting Software.
18. SYSTEM STATUS indicator (Green)
Lights when the unit is in communication with a
PC.
19. SYSTEM ERROR indicator (Red)
Lights while the unit is being activated, and goes
out after the activation has been completed.
If this indicator remains lit even after activation
completion, this indicates an internal fan failure.
(For the relationship between the indicator and
D-2008SP status, refer to the table on p. 8.)
8. Item selection indicators [PRESET, UNIT ID,
MONITOR, CONSOLE, CobraNet] (Green)
The indicator of the item selected with the
Selection keys (14) lights.
20. SYSTEM RUN indicator (Green)
Lights when the unit is in normal operation, and
goes out when a failure occurs.
(For the relationship between the indicator and
D-2008SP status, refer to the table on p. 8.)
9. Number display
Displays the number of the preset memory
recalled.
21. CobraNet PRIMARY LINK indicator (Green)
Flashes during CobraNet communications via
the primary port.
10. Reset switch
Restarts the D-2008SP when pressed.
Press the switch (recessed) with a pen tip.
Note
Reactivating the unit stops audio signals
currently being output.
22. CobraNet SECONDARY LINK indicator
(Green)
Flashes during CobraNet communications via
the secondary port.
11. USB terminal
Not used.
12. Headphone jack
Audio outputs for the channel of which Monitor
selection indicator (6) is lighting can be
monitored. Connect stereo headphones of 16 Ω
or more. Adjust the monitor volume with the
headphone volume control knob (13).
13. Headphone volume control knob
Adjusts the headphone volume.
23. CobraNet CONDUCTOR/PERFORMER
indicator (Green)
Flashes when the primary port is in operation as
the conductor, and lights when it is in operation
as the performer.
24. WORD CLOCK SYNC indicator (Green)
Lights when internal word clock synchronization
is stable. Goes out if the clock gets out of
synchronization, then the internal mute functions,
causing the audio outputs to be interrupted. Even
if once the clock had got out of synchronization,
when the internal clock has stabilized, such
operation state automatically returns to normal.
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25. WORD CLOCK CobraNet indicator (Green)
Lights when the master of the internal word clock
gets synchronization from CobraNet.
26. WORD CLOCK EXTERNAL indicator (Green)
Lights when the master of the internal word clock
gets synchronization from the external word
clock generator connected to the rear panel's
word clock input.
• SYSTEM ERROR and SYSTEM RUN indicators vs. D-2008SP status
D-2008SP status
Indicator
During activation
After activation completion
Normal state
System error
Fan error
SYSTEM ERROR
Lit
Unlit
Unlit
Lit
SYSTEM RUN
Unlit
Lit
Unlit
Lit
Note
If both indicators light or remain unlit after the unit activation is complete, cycle the power. If the situation does not change
after the unit power-up, the unit may break down. Contact your TOA dealer.
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27. Functional earth terminal [SIGNAL GND]
Note: This terminal is not for protective earth.
28. Cooling fan
CAUTION
Do not block the fan exhaust vent. Doing so
may cause heat to build up inside the unit and
result in fire.
29. AC Inlet
Connect this inlet to the wall AC outlet using the
supplied power cord.
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the
equipment and the plug (disconnecting device)
shall be easily accessible.
30. CobraNet interface module slot
Accepts the D-2000CB CobraNet Interface
Module, allowing audio transmission with other
CobraNet equipment.
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31. Input/output and remote control modules
slots (7 – 8)
Accept the input, output or remote control
modules.
Insert the input module to use as input, output
module to use as output, and remote control
module to use as control input.
32. Input/output module slots (1 – 6)
Accept the input or output modules.
Insert the input module to use as input, and
output module to use as output.
33. LAN connection terminal
Connect this terminal to a 10BASE-T- or
100BASE-TX-compatible network.
This terminal can also be connected to a PC and
D-2012C via a switching hub.
(For the IP address setting, refer to "Network
Settings" of the separate software setting
manual.)
34. MAC address
This is the address* used by the unit. Since the
relationship of the unit's location to its MAC
address is established when setting the network
attributes, keep track of this relationship for later
use.
* The inherent address assigned to each network
component, expressed in 12-digit hexadecimal
notation.
35. Word clock termination switch
Terminates the word clock connection at 75 Ω.
To terminate the word clock connection at this
unit, shift the switch to the "ON" position. In other
cases, shift it to the "OFF" position. (Factory
preset: OFF)
37. RS-232C terminal
A communications connector for other control
equipment.
38. Monitor bus terminal
An audio transmission connector for the D2012C
Connects to the D-2012C's Monitor bus terminal.
Audio signals are output to the D-2012C's
headphone jack through the monitor bus or audio
signals from the D-2012C's Line input terminal
are input to the monitor bus.
36. Word clock terminals
Used to input and output the word clock which
synchronizes the audio signal processing with
that of external equipment. Connect a
commercially available word clock generator.*
Helps to stabilize the system that uses two or
more CobraNet devices.
As “Through output” (THRU) is not electrically
buffered, it can be used for input.
* Two or more CobraNet devices can be
connected in series using the Through output.
However, it is recommended to connect the
CobraNet device with the word clock generator
on a one-on-one basis.
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2.2. D-2012C Remote Console Unit
The D-2012C is designed to be used with the D-2008SP Digital Mixing Processor. The D-2012C can be LANconnected to the D-2008SP Processor to allow remote operation of input and output channel volume
adjustment, signal level monitoring, contact control and preset memory recall, etc. The D-2012C is equipped
with line inputs and audio monitor bus terminal. A PC can be connected to perform such settings as selection
of channels for operation and assigning functions to the function keys, using the D-2000 setting software
supplied with the D-2008SP Processor. Up to 4 different fader layers can be set when assigning channels to
each motorized fader and rotary encoder, allowing an individual D-2012C unit to operate up to 80 channels in
monaural. More channels can be operated by performing settings for stereo link and grouping (refer to p. 60
for details about the fader layer). It can be mounted in an EIA Standard component rack (6U* size). It can also
be used as a desktop unit in combination with the optional D-2012AS Console Case.
* 1U size = 44.5 mm or 1.75" (reference size)
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• A-Section
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• B-Section
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1. Power switch
Power is switched on and off with each
depression of this switch.
4. Key lock indicator
Lights red when the operation keys or knobs are
locked.
2. Power indicator
Lights when the power is switched on.
5. Write-in space
Write the name of the function assigned to the
key, etc. in these spaces.
3. LAN connection indicator
Displays the connection status of the D-2008SP
to be controlled.
Lit:
When all the D-2008SP units to be
controlled are in controllable state.
Flashing: When both controllable and
uncontrollable D-2000SP units exist in
a system where multiple D-2008SP
units to be controlled are used.
Unlit:
When all the D-2008SP units to be
controlled are in uncontrollable state.
If there exists any uncontrollable D-2008SP,
check the D-2008SP's power supply and
connections.
6. Function keys (1 – 8)
Execute contact control, preset memory recall or
other functions assigned to the keys.
Use the D-2000 Setting Software to set functions
and assign them to the keys.
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• C-Section
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7. Level indicators [PEAK, +12 dB, 0 dB, –40 dB]
Indicate signal levels for each channel. Pre-fader
value is indicated for input channels and postfader value for output channels. Adjust the sound
volume so that the Peak indicator does not
continuously remain lit.
9. Channel ON/OFF keys
Turn on or off the output for each channel.
Pressing a key causes it to light and the signal of
its corresponding channel to be output. When
pressed again, the light goes out and the
channel's signal output is stopped.
8. Monitor channel selector keys
Select the channel to be monitored. Pressing a
key causes it to light and allows its
corresponding channel to be monitored. Pressing
the key again causes the light to go out,
disabling monitoring.
It can be enabled to switch the D-2008SP's
selection channel on the D-2000 Setting
Software in synchronization with this key
operation. (For details, read the separate Setting
Software Instructions, "Console SEL/MONI key
interlock setting.")
10. Write-in space
Write the name of the input or output channel,
etc. in these spaces.
11. Motorized faders (1 – 12)
Adjust the volume of each input or output
channel. With reference to fader position "0," the
position "–∞" provides the minimum volume, and
position "+10" the maximum volume.
Use the D-2000 Setting Software to perform
settings for the input or output channels for which
the volume is adjusted.
• D-Section
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Note: Refer to p. 12 for names and functions of parts 7 – 10.
12. Rotary encoders (1 – 8)
Adjust the volume of each input or output
channel. The volume increases as the encoder is
rotated clockwise, and decreases as it is rotated
counterclockwise. (The knob rotates endlessly.)
The volume indicators around the knob light
depending on the rotation of the knob.
Use the D-2000 Setting Software to perform
settings for the input or output channels for which
the volume is adjusted.
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• E-Section
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13. Line input signal level indicators
[SIGNAL, PEAK]
Display the signal level set with the Line input
volume control (15). The SIGNAL indicator lights
when a signal exceeding the reference level of
–20 dB is fed to the line input terminal. If a signal
at the line input terminals clips, the PEAK
indicator lights.
14. Line input terminals
Connect stereo equipment of stereo line level of
–10 dB* and 10 kΩ to these terminals. When
using these terminals, perform settings on the D2008SP side using the D-2000 Setting Software.
* 0 dB = 0.775 V
15. Line input volume control knob
Adjusts the signal input level from equipment
connected to the line input terminal. The volume
increases as the control knob is rotated
clockwise and decreases as it is rotated
counterclockwise. Adjust the level so that the
SIGNAL indicator lights without lighting the
PEAK indicator.
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16. Monitor signal indicators [SIGNAL, PEAK]
Indicates the level of the signal being monitored.
The SIGNAL indicator lights when a signal being
monitored exceeding the reference level of –20
dB is fed to the line input terminal. If the signal
level approaches clipping volume, the PEAK
indicator lights. Select the channel to be
monitored using Monitor channel selector keys
(8).
17. Monitor volume control knob
Adjusts the volume of sound monitored by the
headphones connected to the Headphone jack.
The volume increases as the control knob is
rotated clockwise and decreases as it is rotated
counterclockwise.
18. Headphone jack
Applicable impedance is 16 Ω or greater. This
jack allows monitoring of the sound output from
the channel selected with the Monitor channel
selector keys (8). Plug in headphones of 16 Ω or
more to this jack. Adjust the monitor volume with
the Monitor volume control knob (17).
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19. Functional earth terminal
Note: This terminal is not for protective earth.
20. AC Inlet
Connect this inlet to the wall AC outlet using the
supplied power cord.
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the
equipment and the plug (disconnecting device)
shall be easily accessible.
21. Monitor bus terminal
An audio transmission connector for the D2008SP. Connects to the D-2008SP's Monitor
bus terminal. D-2008SP's audio signals are
output to the headphone jack through the
monitor bus or audio signals from the Line input
terminals (14) are input to the D-2008SP.
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23. Reset switch
Avoid touching this switch, as it is used only
during maintenance.
24. LAN connection terminal
Connect this terminal to a 10BASE-T- or
100BASE-TX-compatible network. This terminal
can also be connected to a PC and D-2008SP
via a switching hub.
(For the IP address setting, refer to "Network
Settings" of the separate software setting
manual.)
25. RS-232C terminal
This RS-232C connector is provided for
maintenance purposes.
22. MAC address
This is the address* used by the unit. Since the
relationship of the unit's location to its MAC
address is established when setting the network
attributes, keep track of this relationship for later
use.
* The inherent address assigned to each network
component, expressed in 12-digit hexadecimal
notation.
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2.3. D-911 VCA Fader Unit
The D-911 VCA Fader Unit is designed for use with the D-2008SP.
Connecting to the D-984VC VCA Control Module installed in the D-2008SP permits volume adjustment of
input and output channels and contact controls of the D-2008SP. For details, refer to the instruction manual
enclosed with the D-911.
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1. Input fader
Adjusts the volume of each input equipment (i.e.
microphones and CD players). Fader position "0"
provides the minimum volume, and position "10"
the maximum volume.
Assign the channel to be operated using the D2000 Setting Software. It is also possible to
assign the channel as output fader.
4. Output volume control knob
Adjusts the output volume. Position "0" provides
the minimum volume, and position "10" the
maximum volume.
Assign the channel to be operated using the D2000 Setting Software.
It is also possible to assign the knob as input
volume control knob.
2. Control key
Recalls preset memories or controls the contact.
Lights when the preset memory is recalled or the
contact is turned on.
Assign the contact functions using the D-2000
Setting Software.
5. Write-in space
Used to fill in input/output name, preset memory
contents, or other notes for convenience of
operation.
3. Remote (Activation) switch
Setting this switch to the ON position closes the
remote (activation) output terminals (6) on the
rear panel, and setting this switch to the opposite
side opens the output terminals.
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6. Remote (activation) output terminals
Setting the Remote (activation) switch (3) to the
ON position closes the output.
7. VCA control module connection terminals
These terminals are used exclusively for the D984VC VCA Control module. Use an RJ45
connector for connection.
Note
Avoid connecting any other than the D-984VC to
these terminals.
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2.4. Optional Modules
Notes
• Make sure that the power is switched OFF before attaching or detaching modules.
• To avoid failures due to static electricity, do not touch the parts or terminals on the circuit board of both the
unit and module.
• Ensure that the module is installed and secured with screws in the correct position.
• Cover idle slots with the blank panels attached to the unit as shipped by the factory.
• Two silver slotted screws at the upper and lower portion of the module face are handles used for module
detachment. Never rotate them because they do not function as screws.
MIC/LINE INPUT MODULE
Handle
1
GND LIFT
2.4.1. D-921F Microphone/Line Input Module
MIC/LINE INPUT MODULE [–50 / –36 / –10 / +4 dB]
1
GND LIFT
1
2
NORMAL
2
1. Monaural input terminal [1, 2] (XLR-3-31 equivalent)
Electronically-balanced input terminal.
(Pin 1: Ground, Pin 2: Hot, Pin 3: Cold)
Use XLR-3-12C or equivalent for connection.
3: Cold
Input sensitivity (–50/–36/–10/+4 dB) and
phantom power (+15 V) ON/OFF can be set by
a PC using the setting software supplied with
the D-2008SP.
2: Hot
1: Ground
2. Ground lift switch [GND LIFT/NORMAL]
Hum noise may be generated due to ground loops created when the unit
is connected to other equipment. Setting the switch to the GND LIFT
position cuts the ground loop.
GND LIFT
NORMAL
model D-921F
1 :E
2 :H
3 :C
2.4.2. D-921E Microphone/Line Input Module
MIC/LINE INPUT MODULE [–50 / –36 / –10 / +4 dB]
3
E
C
1
H
GND LIFT
4
NORMAL
E
C
H
2
3. Monaural input terminal [1, 2]
Electronically-balanced, removable terminal block.
(H: Hot, C: Cold, E: Ground)
Input sensitivity (–50/–36/–10/+4 dB) and phantom power (+15 V)
ON/OFF can be set by a PC using the setting software supplied with the
D-2008SP.
Note
Be sure to use the supplied removable terminal plugs (3P) for
connection.
GND LIFT
NORMAL
model D-921E
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4. Ground lift switch [GND LIFT/NORMAL]
Hum noise may be generated due to ground loops created when the unit
is connected to other equipment. Setting the switch to the GND LIFT
position cuts the ground loop.
2.4.3. D-922F Microphone/Line Input Module
MIC/LINE INPUT MODULE
ON
NORMAL
MIC
5
1
OFF : PHANTOM
LIFT : GND
LINE
+4dB(LINE)
-36dB(MIC)
-10dB(LINE)
-50dB(MIC)
6
2: Hot
1: Ground
6. Input sensitivity switch [PHANTOM, GND LIFT, MIC/LINE]
4-pole switch. Enables phantom power (+15 V; ON/OFF, enabled only
when set to the MIC position), ground lift and input sensitivity.
Input sensitivity: –36 or –50 dB (MIC mode) / –10 or +4 dB (LINE mode)
Note
To use as monitor input, set the "PHANTOM" switch to OFF and "Input
sensitivity" switch to "+4 dB (LINE)."
2
ON
NORMAL
MIC
5. Monaural input terminal [1, 2] (XLR-3-31 equivalent)
Electronically-balanced input terminal.
(Pin 1: Ground, Pin 2: Hot, Pin 3: Cold)
Use XLR-3-12C or equivalent for connection.
3: Cold
model D-922F
OFF : PHANTOM
LIFT : GND
LINE
+4dB(LINE)
-36dB(MIC)
-10dB(LINE)
-50dB(MIC)
ON
NORMAL
MIC
OFF : PHANTOM
LIFT : GND
LINE
+4dB(LINE)
-36dB(MIC)
-10dB(LINE)
-50dB(MIC)
2.4.4. D-922E Microphone/Line Input Module
MIC/LINE INPUT MODULE
ON
NORMAL
MIC
7
E
C
1
H
OFF : PHANTOM
LIFT : GND
LINE
+4dB(LINE)
-36dB(MIC)
-10dB(LINE)
-50dB(MIC)
8
E
C
H
ON
NORMAL
MIC
model D-922E
OFF : PHANTOM
LIFT : GND
LINE
+4dB(LINE)
-36dB(MIC)
-10dB(LINE)
-50dB(MIC)
2
7. Monaural input terminal [1, 2]
Electronically-balanced, removable terminal block.
(H: Hot, C: Cold, E: Ground)
Note
Be sure to use the supplied removable terminal plugs (3P) for
connection.
8. Input sensitivity switch [PHANTOM, GND LIFT, MIC/LINE]
4-pole switch. Enables phantom power (+15V; ON/OFF, enabled only
when set to the MIC position), ground lift and input sensitivity.
Input sensitivity: –36 or –50 dB (MIC mode) / –10 or +4 dB (LINE mode)
Note
To use as monitor input, set the "PHANTOM" switch to OFF and "Input
sensitivity" switch to "+4 dB (LINE)."
ON
NORMAL
MIC
OFF : PHANTOM
LIFT : GND
LINE
+4dB(LINE)
-36dB(MIC)
-10dB(LINE)
-50dB(MIC)
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2.4.5. D-2000AD1 Microphone/Line Input Module
MIC/LINE INPUT MODULE [–50 / –36 / –10 / +4 dB]
1
9
LIFT
10
LIFT
2
LIFT
3
LIFT
model D-2000AD1
4
2 :H
3 :C 1 :E
9. Monaural input terminal [1, 2, 3, 4] (XLR-3-31 or equivalent)
Electronically balanced input terminal.
2: Hot
(Pin 1: Ground, Pin 2: Hot, Pin 3: Cold)
Use XLR-3-12C or equivalent for connection.
3: Cold
Input sensitivity (–50/–36/–10/+4 dB) and phantom power (+48 V) ON/OFF
settings can be performed by a PC using the D-2000 Setting software
1: Ground
supplied with the D-2008SP.
Notes
• Be sure to turn off the phantom power (+48 V) when using an unbalanced microphone or equipment
such as a CD player or effecter other than a microphone. As doing otherwise may cause damage to the
unit.
• To insert or remove a condenser microphone that requires external power source, turn down the fader of
the corresponding channel, turn off its channel and the phantom power (+48 V), then wait at least 1
minute before inserting or removing. As doing otherwise may cause damage or failure to this module
and microphone.
• Noise may be produced when or after the phantom power (+48 V) is turned on or off. Be sure to turn on
or off the phantom power (+48 V) after turning down the fader of the corresponding channel and turning
off the channel.
Also, never operate the fader nor turn on and off the channel for 1 minute after turning on or off the
phantom power (+48 V).
• Current consumption of the phantom power supply must be 5 mA or less per channel.
10. Ground lift switch
When the D-2008SP is connected to other equipment, a ground may
create a loop, potentially generating hum noise. In such cases, the ground
loop can be cut off by setting the DIP switch on the circuit board to the
LIFT position.
Note
When shifting the DIP switch, never touch other parts on the circuit board.
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LIFT
(Factory preset)
LIFT
(To the LIFT side)
2.4.6. D-936R Stereo Input Module
STEREO SELECT INPUT MODULE [ –10 dB]
1R
1L
2R
2L
3R
3L
4R
4L
Note
This module cannot be used as a monitor input.
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model D-936R
11. Stereo input terminal [1L/1R, 2L/2R, 3L/3R, 4L/4R]
Unbalanced, RCA jack stereo input terminals. Either a single stereo input
can be selected from the 4 available stereo inputs or all 4 stereo
channels can be mixed.
Mode setting and stereo selection are performed by a PC using the
setting software supplied with the D-2008SP. They can also be remotely
selected by way of connected external equipment through the use of the
control module.
Input signal level: –10 dB
2.4.7. D-923AE Digital Input Module
DIGITAL INPUT MODULE
DIGITAL IN
1/2
12
AES/EBU
12. AES/EBU digital input terminal [AES/EBU, 1/2]
(XLR-3-31 equivalent)
Digital input terminal of AES/EBU format.
(Pin 1: Ground, Pin 2: Signal, Pin 3: Signal)
Use the XLR-3-12C or equivalent for
3: Signal
connection.
Note
Use a digital audio cable with characteristic
impedance of 110 Ω for connection.
2: Signal
1: Ground
model D-923AE
2.4.8. D-937SP Digital Input Module
DIGITAL INPUT MODULE
Note
This module cannot be used as a monitor input.
DIGITAL IN
OPTICAL
1
13
13. Optical input terminal [OPTICAL, 1, 2]
Optical input terminal of S/PDIF format.
2
3
4
model D-937SP
COAXIAL
14
14. Coaxial input terminal [COAXIAL 3, 4]
Coaxial input terminal of S/PDIF format.
Notes
• Use a coaxial cable with characteristic impedance of 75 Ω for
connection.
• One of four line inputs (stereo) is selected. Input selection is performed
by a PC using the setting software supplied with the D-2008SP.
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2.4.9. D-971M Line Output Module
LINE OUTPUT MODULE [+4 dB]
1
15
2
15. Monaural output terminal [1, 2, 3, 4] (XLR-3-32 equivalent)
Electronically-balanced output terminal.
1: Ground
(Pin 1: Ground, Pin 2: Hot, Pin 3: Cold)
Output signal level: +4 dB
3: Cold
Use XLR-3-11C or equivalent for connection.
2: Hot
3
4
model D-971M
1 :E
2 :H
3 :C
2.4.10. D-971E Line Output Module
LINE OUTPUT MODULE [+4 dB]
16
E
C
1
H
E
C
2
H
16. Monaural output terminal [1, 2, 3, 4]
Electronically-balanced, removable terminal block.
(H: Hot, C: Cold, E: Ground.)
Output signal level: +4 dB
Note
Be sure to use the supplied removable terminal plugs (3P) for
connection.
E
3
C
H
E
4
C
model D-971E
H
2.4.11. D-971R Line Output Module
LINE OUTPUT MODULE [–10 dB]
model D-971R
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2(R)
1(L)
4(R)
3(L)
17
17. Monaural output terminal [1(L), 2(R), 3(L), 4(R)]
Unbalanced, RCA jack output terminals. Each output is equipped with a
2-channel splitter.
Output signal level: –10 dB
2.4.12. D-2000DA1 Line Output Module
LINE OUTPUT MODULE [–10/+4 dB]
1
18
ON
19
2
3
ON
model D-2000DA1
4
1 :E
2 :H
3 :C
18. Monaural output terminal [1, 2, 3, 4] (XLR-3-32 equivalent)
Balanced (electronically-balanced) or unbalanced output, switchable.
• Balanced output mode (factory preset)
(Pin 1: Ground, Pin 2: Hot, Pin 3: Cold)
• Unbalanced output mode
(Pin 1: Ground, Pin 2: Hot, Pin 3: No connection but may be
connected to Pin 1 Ground)
The output level can be set to either +4 dB or –10 dB.
Use XLR-3-11C or equivalent for connection.
Notes
• Be sure to place this terminal in Unbalanced output mode for
accepting an Unbalanced input device. Balanced output mode can
also be used in this case, but the output level decreases by 6 dB.
• Be sure to place this terminal in Balanced output mode for accepting
a Balanced input device. Unbalanced output mode can also be used
in this case, but the maximum output level decreases by 6 dB.
19. Output level/output mode setting switch
4-position DIP switch for setting the
output level and output mode.
DIP SW
The output level can be set to either
–10 dBu
+4 dB or –10 dB.
CH 1 CH 3
The output mode can be set to either
UNBAL
balanced output (electronically–10 dBu
CH 2 CH 4
balanced, BAL) or unbalanced output
UNBAL
(UNBAL).
The output is factory-preset to
+4 dB/balanced output (BAL). (All
switches are set to ON.)
The output level in each output mode is shown below.
[Balanced output mode]
[Balanced output mode]
1. Ground
3. Cold
2. Hot
[Unbalanced output mode]
1. Ground
3. No connection
(may be connected
to Pin 1 Ground)
ON
(DEFAULT)
+4 dBu SIGNAL LEVEL
BAL
MODE
+4 dBu
SIGNAL LEVEL
BAL
MODE
[Unbalanced output mode]
Max. output level
Max. output level
+24 dB
Output level: +4 dB
+10 dB
+4 dB
Output level: –10 dB
Output level
+24 dB
Output level
2. Hot
+18 dB
+10 dB
Output level: +4 dB
+4 dB
Output level: –10 dB
–10 dB
–10 dB
–20 dBFS
0 dBFS
Input level
–20 dBFS
0 dBFS
Input level
Notes
• Do not touch any other parts on the pc board when operating the switch.
• The maximum output level is +18 when set to +4 dB/unbalanced output.
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2.4.13. D-972AE Digital Output Module
DIGITAL OUTPUT MODULE
DIGITAL OUT
1/2
20
AES/EBU
18. AES/EBU digital output terminal [AES/EBU, 1/2, 3/4]
(XLR-3-32 or its equivalent)
Digital output terminal of AES/EBU format.
(Pin 1: Ground, Pin 2: Signal, Pin 3: Signal)
Use the XLR-3-11C or equivalent for 3: Signal
connection.
Note
Use the digital audio cable with characteristic
impedance of 110 Ω for connection.
1: Ground
2: Signal
3/4
model D-972AE
AES/EBU
2.4.14. D-961SP Digital Output Module
DIGITAL OUTPUT MODULE
DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL
1
21
22
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
2
COAXIAL
19. Optical output terminal [OPTICAL 1, 2]
Optical output terminal of S/PDIF format.
20. Coaxial output terminal [COAXIAL 1, 2]
Coaxial output terminal of S/PDIF format.
Note
Use a coaxial cable with characteristic impedance of 75 Ω for
connection.
Each pair of the S/PDIF optical output and the coaxial RCA jack output
delivers output in parallel.
model D-961SP
2.4.15. D-981 Remote Control Module
REMOTE CONTROL MODULE
23
C
1
2
3
4
5
INPUT
6
7
8
C
24
C
21. Contact input terminal [INPUT, C, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, C]
Removable terminal block, 8-circuit contact input terminal.
Individual contact functions are assigned by a PC using the D-2000
Setting Software supplied with the D-2008SP.
Note
Be sure to use the supplied removable terminal plugs (10P) for
connection.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
model D-981
24
C
OUTPUT
22. Contact output terminal [OUTPUT, C, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, C]
Removable terminal block, 8-circuit contact output terminal.
Individual contact functions are assigned by a PC using the D-2000
Setting Software supplied with the D-2008SP.
2.4.16. D-983 Remote Control Module
1-4
5-8
CTRL IN
1-6
7-12
CONTROL UNITS FOR D-901 ONLY
REMOTE CONTROL MODULE
CTRL OUT
25
4
5
6
7
8
26
9-12 13-18
13-16 19-24
23. Contact input terminal [CTRL IN, 1-6, 7-12, 13-18, 19-24]
CTRL IN
Six-circuit RJ45 contact input terminals.
Pin No.
1 – 6 7 – 12 13 – 18
Individual contact functions are assigned
1
IN 1
IN 7
IN 13
by a PC using the D-2000 Setting
2
IN 2
IN 8
IN 14
3
IN 3
IN 9
IN 15
Software supplied with the D-2008SP.
IN 6
IN 5
IN 4
C
C
IN 12
IN 11
IN 10
C
C
IN 18
IN 17
IN 16
C
C
19 – 24
IN 19
IN 20
IN 21
IN 24
IN 23
IN 22
C
C
model D-983
24. Contact output terminal [CTRL OUT,1-4, 5-8, 9-12, 13-16]
Four-circuit RJ45 contact output
CTRL OUT
Pin No.
terminals.
1–4
5–8
9 – 12
1
OUT 1 OUT 5 OUT 9
Individual contact functions are assigned
2
C1
C5
C9
by a PC using the D-2000 Setting
3
OUT 2 OUT 6 OUT 10
4
C3
C7
C 11
Software supplied with the D-2008SP.
5
6
7
8
OUT 3
C2
OUT 4
C4
13 – 16
OUT 13
C 13
OUT 14
C 15
OUT 7 OUT 11 OUT 15
C6
C 10
C 14
OUT 8 OUT 12 OUT 16
C8
C 12
C 16
2.4.17. D-984VC VCA Control Module
CTRL IN
1-4
5-8
IN CH
1-6
7-12
CONTROL UNITS FOR D-901 ONLY
VCA CONTROL MODULE
VCA
29
30
model D-984VC
1-4
5-8
CTRL OUT
1-4
5-8
OUT CH
27
28
25. Input channel VCA terminal [IN CH, 1 – 6, 7 – 12]
RJ45 VCA terminals.
Pin No.
Assign the VCA channels to this terminal.
1
Up to 12 channels can be controlled.
2
The channel assignment can be
3
4
performed by a PC using the D-2000
5
Setting Software supplied with the D6
2008SP.
7
8
IN CH
1–6
IN CH 1
IN CH 2
IN CH 3
IN CH 6
IN CH 5
IN CH 4
V
C
7 – 12
IN CH 7
IN CH 8
IN CH 9
IN CH 12
IN CH 11
IN CH 10
V
C
26. Output channel VCA terminal [OUT CH, 1 – 4, 5 – 8]
RJ45 VCA terminals.
Assign the VCA channels to this terminal.
OUT CH
Pin No.
Up to 8 channels can be controlled.
1–4
5–8
1
OUT CH 1
OUT CH 5
The channel assignment can be
2
OUT CH 2
OUT CH 6
performed by a PC using the D-2000
3
OUT CH 3
OUT CH 7
4
C
C
Setting Software supplied with the D5
V
V
2008SP.
6
7
8
27. Control input terminal [CTRL IN, 1 – 4, 5 – 8]
RJ45 Control Input terminals.
These RJ45 Control Input terminals Pin No.
1
correspond to 8 control inputs.
2
Individual contact functions are assigned
3
4
by a PC using the D-2000 Setting
5
Software supplied with the D-2008SP.
6
7
8
28. Control output terminal [CTRL OUT, 1 – 4, 5 – 8]
RJ45 Control output terminals.
These RJ45 Control output terminals Pin No.
1
correspond to 8 control outputs.
2
Individual contact functions are assigned
3
by a PC using the D-2000 Setting
4
5
Software supplied with the D-2008SP.
6
7
8
OUT CH 4
V
C
OUT CH 8
V
C
CTRL IN
1–4
5–8
CTRL IN 1
CTRL IN 5
C
C
CTRL IN 2
CTRL IN 6
C
C
CTRL IN 3
CTRL IN 7
C
C
CTRL IN 4
CTRL IN 8
V
V
CTRL OUT
1–4
5–8
CTRL OUT 1
CTRL OUT 5
C1
C5
CTRL OUT 2
CTRL OUT 6
C3
C7
CTRL OUT 3
CTRL OUT 7
C2
C6
CTRL OUT 4
CTRL OUT 8
C4
C8
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2.4.18. D-2000CB CobraNet Interface Module
29
30
31
30
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
29. CobraNet terminals [PRIMARY/SECONDARY]
Terminals used for CobraNet connection. Connect with the commercially available CobraNet device via a
switching hub.
Connect the Primary and Secondary terminals to each single switching hub or two cascade-connected
switching hubs.
Notes
• Be sure to connect both the Primary and Secondary terminals to a switching hub.
• After connection completion, press the D-2008SP's front-mounted Reset switch to restart the D-2008SP.
• Concerning a switching hub, contact TOA dealer.
30. Indicators
LED name
LED
Name
(a)
PRIMARY operation/CONDUCTOR indicator
(b)
PRIMARY LINK/ACT indicator
(c)
SECONDARY operation/ CONDUCTOR indicator
(d)
SECONDARY LINK/ACT indicator
Detailed function
LED
Function
Operation/CONDUCTOR
indicator
LED color
Orange
LED status
Flashing or lit
Unlit
Not operating
Note
Both of the PRIMARY and SECONDARY indications
could not go out at a time.
Flashing or lit
Link to the switching hub, or data transmission and
reception
Unlit
Unconnected
(a)
(c)
(b)
LINK/ACT indicator
(d)
31. Panel
26
Green
System status
CobraNet operation
Flashing: Conductor
Lit:
Performer
Note
One of the PRIMARY and SECONDARY indicators
flashes or lights.
3. INSTALLATION
3.1. Inserting the D-2000CB
WARNING
To prevent a fire or electric shock, never open nor remove the unit
case, as there are high voltage components inside the unit. Refer all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
Be sure to install the D-2000CB first before inserting other modules into the slots.
Step 1. Remove the D-2008SP's power plug from an AC wall outlet.
WARNING
Never do this work with the power cord connected to the AC
outlet, as doing so may cause electric shock.
Step 2. Remove 8 blank panels by unscrewing
16 screws on the D-2008SP's rear panel.
Blank panels
D-2008SP
2
Step 3. Remove the blank panel covering the
CobraNet interface module slot by
unscrewing 2 screws on the D-2008SP's
rear panel.
The removed screws are not used.
3
2
Screw post (female)
D-2008SP
Connector
Blank panel
Note
Never touch the parts on the
circuit board.
3
5
4
D-2000CB
6
Connector
Machine screw M3 x 8
(supplied with the D-2000CB)
Machine screw M3 x 6
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Step 4. Remove the D-2000CB's panel.
Note: The removed 2 screws are used in step 7.
Step 5. Insert the D-2000CB's connector into the D-2008SP's internal connector.
CAUTION
Terminal pins of the connector are exposed on the solder side
of the D-2000CB board. Never touch these terminal pins when
inserting the connector to prevent finger injury.
Step 6. Secure the D-2000CB to the inside of the D-2008SP with 1 screw.
Note
Be sure to secure the D-2000CB with the screw.
Doing otherwise may cause its connector to be disconnected, resulting in malfunction.
Step 7. Secure the panel to the CobraNet interface
module slot section with 2 screws.
Ensure that 2 connectors of the D-2000CB
project from the rectangle hole in the panel
before tightening screws.
D-2008SP
D-2000CB
[Installing the input, output, and control modules]
After mounting completion of the D-2000CB, install
other modules with the removed screws that held the
blank panels.
Further, replace the removed blank panels to the idle
slots.
7
Panel
(removed in step 4)
Machine screw M3 x 6
(removed in step 4)
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D-2000CB's connector
3.2. Rack Mounting
CAUTION
(When rack mounting screws are supplied)
The supplied rack-mounting screws can be used for the TOA equipment
rack only. Do not use them for other racks.
When installing the unit in a rack other than that of TOA, be sure to use
the screws with a diameter of over 5 mm (0.2") and length of over 12 mm
(0.47") to mount the unit.
Failure to do so may cause personal injury.
(When rack mounting screws are not supplied)
Rack mounting screws are not supplied with the unit.
Be sure to use the screws with a diameter of over 5 mm (0.2") and length
of over 12 mm (0.47") to mount the unit.
Failure to do so may cause personal injury.
3.2.1. D-2008SP
D-2008SP
Notes
• To achieve sufficient ventilation, be sure to mount a perforated panel larger than 1U size* above and below
the unit.
• Do not position the heat-generating component such as a power amplifier immediately below the D-2008SP
in the rack even if the perforated panel is mounted between them. Also, keep such components away from
each other so that the ambient temperature around the D-2008SP should not exceed +40 ºC (104 ºF).
Failure to do so may shorten the product life.
* 1U size = 44.5 mm or 1.75" (standard size)
D-2008SP
Perforated panel
(with ventilation slots)
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3.2.2. D-2012C
D-2012C
Notes
• To achieve sufficient ventilation, be sure to mount a perforated panel larger than 1U size* above the unit.
• Do not position the heat-generating component such as a power amplifier immediately below the D-2012C in
the rack. Also, keep such components away from each other so that the ambient temperature around the D2012C should not exceed +40 ºC. Failure to do so may shorten the product life.
* 1U size = 44.5 mm or 1.75" (standard size)
Perforated pane
(with ventilation slots)
D-2012C
3.2.3. D-911
D-911
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3.3. When Installing the D-2012C on a Desk
Attaching the D-2012AS Console Case to the D-2012C allows the D-2012C to be used on a desk.
3.3.1. Components of the D-2012AS Console Case
Machine screw M4 x 10:
4 pieces
Side panel L
Side panel R
Decorative panels
Armrest
Machine screw
M4 x 25 (with washer):
11 pieces
Rubber foot: 4 pieces
3.3.2. Attaching the D-2012AS Console Case
Step 1. Remove 3 screws on each side of the D-2012C to detach the rack mounting brackets.
The removed screws are not used.
D-2012C
Rack mounting bracket
Step 2. Attach the 4 rubber feet to the bottom surface of the
D-2012C using the 4 supplied screws.
Be sure to attach the rubber feet, as the air vents
are provided at the bottom surface.
Machine screw
M4 x 10*
Rubber foot*
* Component parts of the D-2012AS.
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Step 3. Attach the side panel L to the left side of the D-2012C and side panel R to its right side with 2 each
screws.
Step 4. Fit each decorative panel into the holes on the side panels L and R, then secure them with 2 each
screws from the side panels inside.
Decorative panel*
3
Machine screw M4 x 25
(with washer)*
Side panel L*
Side panel R*
4
Machine screw M4 x 25
(with washer)*
Step 5. Attach the armrest to the D-2012C's front panel with 3 screws.
Machine screw
M4 x 25
(with washer)*
Armrest*
[Finished assembly]
* Component parts of the D-2012AS.
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4. CONNECTION
4.1. Connection Example 1
AMX, Crestron, or other
control equipment
BGM player (Cassette deck, CD
player, MD player, etc.)
D-971M
5
INPUT
6
7
2
2
8
C
C
1R
1L
2R
2L
3R
3L
1
2
3
3
4
4
1
2
3
MIC/LINE INPUT MODULE [–50 / –36 / –10 / +4 dB]
4
1
MIC/LINE INPUT MODULE [–50 / –36 / –10 / +4 dB]
3
1
STEREO SELECT INPUT MODULE [ –10 dB]
2
D-2000DA1
LINE OUTPUT MODULE [–10/+4 dB]
1
LINE OUTPUT MODULE [+4 dB]
REMOTE CONTROL MODULE
C
Microphone
1
2
3
3
4
5
OUTPUT
4R
4L
6
D-981
1 :E
2 :H
3 :C
model D-936R
model D-971M
model D-981
1 :E
2 :H
3 :C
model D-2000DA1
8
D-936R
4
2 :H
3 :C 1 :E
model D-2000AD1
model D-2000AD1
7
C
4
2 :H
3 :C 1 :E
D-2000AD1
PC
Remote controller
Speaker
Switching hub
Power amplifier
D-2012C
Speaker
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4.2. Connection Example 2
BGM player (Cassette deck, CD player, MD player, etc.)
D-2008SP
D-981
INPUT
6
7
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
8
C
C
C
C
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
5
INPUT
4
OUTPUT
5
6
1
2
1
2
1R
1L
2R
2L
3R
3L
4R
4L
3
3
1
2
3
MIC/LINE INPUT MODULE [–50 / –36 / –10 / +4 dB]
5
1
D-2000AD1
MIC/LINE INPUT MODULE [–50 / –36 / –10 / +4 dB]
4
C
STEREO SELECT INPUT MODULE [ –10 dB]
3
D-936R
D-2000DA1
LINE OUTPUT MODULE [–10/+4 dB]
2
LINE OUTPUT MODULE [+4 dB]
1
REMOTE CONTROL MODULE
REMOTE CONTROL MODULE
C
D-971M
1
2
3
OUTPUT
6
4
model D-936R
1 :E
2 :H
3 :C
model D-2000DA1
4
model D-971M
model D-981
model D-981
8
C
1 :E
2 :H
3 :C
4
:E
:H
:C
model D-2000AD1
7
8
model D-2000AD1
7
C
4
:E
:H
:C
PC
Power amplifier
Switching hub
Microphone
Remote controller
Microphone
Remote controller
Speaker
Speaker
Main speaker (R)
D-2012C
D-2012C
Main speaker (L)
Zone A
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Zone B
4.3. Removable Terminal Plug Connection
Model Number
a
l1
l2
AI 0,34-8 TQ
2 (0.08)
0.8 (0.03) 12.5 (0.49) 8 (0.31)
AI 0,5-8 WH
2.5 (0.1)
1.1 (0.04) 14 (0.55)
l2
l1
8 (0.31)
Model Number
AI 1,5-8 BK
a
a1
a2
l1
b
3.4 (0.31)
AI-TWIN 2 x 1,5-8 BK
Unit: mm (in)
l2
Insulation sleeve
Contact section
b
Recommended ferrule terminals for power supply cables
(made by Phoenix Contact)
a1
b
b
a
Notes
• Avoid soldering stranded or shielded cable, as contact resistance may increase when the cable is tightened
and the solder is crushed, possibly resulting in an excessive rise in joint temperatures.
• When connecting 2 cables or a shielded cable to a single terminal,
use a ferrule terminal with an insulation sleeve to crimp the cables
because such cable conductors could become loose.
Insulation sleeve
Contact section
Recommended ferrule terminals for signal cables
(made by Phoenix Contact)
Unit: mm (in)
1.8 (0.07) 14 (0.55) 8 (0.31)
6.6 (0.26) 3.6 (0.14) 2.3 (0.09) 16 (0.63) 8 (0.31)
a2
l2
l1
Crimping tool: CRIMPFOX UD6-4 (made by Phoenix Contact)
Cable sheath to trim
Solid cable and stranded cable
Shielded cable
7 mm*
7 mm*
(0.28'')
(0.28'')
* Expose 8 mm (0.31'') or more when using
the above ferrule terminal, and cut off an
extra conductor protruding from the sleeve.
15 mm
(0.59'')
Wiring procedures
Step 1. Wiring the supplied removable terminal plug.
Slotted screwdriver
1-1. Loosen the terminal screws to insert the wire.
Tightens
1-2. Tighten the terminal screws.
Ensure that the wire does not break free when
pulled. If the wire does pull free, repeat the
connection procedure from the start.
Terminal screw
Loosens
Removable terminal plug
Step 2. Insert the wired terminal plug into the
corresponding terminal block in the unit's rear
panel.
Note
Do not reverse Steps 1 and 2 above. Force is applied
to the connected receptacle pins while tightening the
terminal screw and they may be damaged, resulting in
bad connector contact.
Tip
Recommended slotted screwdriver type:
Screwdriver with blade that is 3 mm (0.12'') in width
Bit shape
3 mm
(0.12'')
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4.4. Connecting the Monitor Bus Terminal of the D-2008SP and D-2012C
When using the D-2012C's Line input terminal or headphone jack, connect the D-2012C's Monitor bus
terminal to the Monitor bus terminal on the D-2008SP.
Notes
• Set the identical ID number for the D-2008SP and D-2012C to be connected through monitor bus terminals.
Use the D-2000 Setting Software to set the ID number.
• If D-2008SP Console Setting is performed using the D-2000 Setting Software, the D-2008SP can be set to
receive audio signal from the D-2012C's line input terminal. If D-2012C Function Setting is set, the D2012C's monitor channel output can also be monitored with headphones.
Additionally, if the D-2008SP's output channel is set to "Monitor," output from the monitor channel selected
at the D-2012C can also be output to the D-2008SP's output channel.
D-2008SP
Category 5 or higher shielded
twisted pair cable for LAN
(with RJ45 connectors)
D-2012C
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Monitor bus terminals
4.5. Audio Monitor Line Connection When Multiple Units Are Connected
Connecting multiple D-2008SP units through monitor input and output terminals allows audio signals other
than that of the main unit to be monitored.
[Connection Example]
Speaker
Power amplifier
Slot 3: D-2000DA1
Slot 4: D-2000DA1
Slot 5: D-2000AD1
Slot 8
D-2008SP
(ID1)
5
4
3
Slot 1
D-2012C (ID 1)
Note: Audio signals of the
D-2008SP units with
ID1 and ID2 only can
be monitored
Monitor input
Monitor output 1
Monitor output 2
Monitor bus
D-2012C (ID 2)
Note: Audio signals of the
D-2008SP units with
ID1 through ID3 can
be monitored.
D-2012C (ID 3)
Note: Audio signals of the
D-2008SP units with
ID1 and ID3 only can
be monitored.
Monitor output 1
Slot 8
5
Slot 1
D-2008SP
(ID 2)
Monitor input
Monitor input
Slot 5: D-2000AD1
Slot 8: D-2000DA1
Monitor bus
Switching hub
Slot 7: D-2000AD1
Slot 8
7
Slot 1
D-2008SP
(ID 3)
Monitor output 2
Monitor input
Monitor bus
Notes
• Set the identical ID number for the D-2008SP and D-2012C to be connected through monitor bus terminals.
Use the D-2000 Setting Software to set the ID number.
• Insert the audio module used for monitor input into one of Slots 5 – 8.
• Neither the D-936R Stereo input module nor D-937SP Digital input module can be used as a monitor input.
• When using the D-922F and D-922E Microphone/Line input module as monitor inputs, set the "PHANTOM"
switch to "OFF" and "Input sensitivity" to "+4 dB (LINE)."
• The headphones connected to the D-2008SP can only monitor audio signals from the channels of this D2008SP.
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4.6. D-2012C's AC Power Cord Connection
To prevent the AC power cord from accidentally coming off, secure it with the supplied cable clamp as shown
below.
D-2012C
Connection panel
Machine screw
M3×6 (accessory)
Cable clamp
(accessory)
Power cord
(accessory)
Screw hole
4.7. D-911 Connection
Connect the D-911 to the D-984VC VCA Control Module installed in the D2008SP.
Connect each of eight terminals to the D-984VC's terminal of the same
name by way of the fully-connected straight cable as shown on the right.
[Connection]
1–8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
D-984VC
Control Output terminal 1 – 4
Control Output terminal 5 – 8
1-4
5-8
IN CH
1-6
7-12
CONTROL UNITS FOR D-901 ONLY
Control Input terminal 5 – 8
E
F
G
H
VCA CONTROL MODULE
Control Input terminal 1 – 4
VCA
CTRL IN
model D-984VC
1-4
5-8
CTRL OUT
A
B
C
D
Input channel VCA terminal 1 – 6
Input channel VCA terminal 7 – 12
Outnput channel VCA terminal 1 – 4
Outnput channel VCA terminal 5 – 8
1-4
5-8
OUT CH
D-911
A B C D
E F G H
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1–8
4.8. D-984VC Specifications
The optional VCA Fader Unit D-911 can remotely control the VCA Control Module D-984VC.
However, You can make a special unit having the same functions as the D-911 referring to the technical
information described here.
4.8.1. Connection cable and pin arrangements of each terminal
• For connecting to each terminal, use a CAT5 (Category 5) UTP cable fitted with RJ45 connectors at both
ends.
Note
Use a STP cable in an environment where the cable is susceptible to noises.
• Maximum cable length is 100 m.
• Pin arrangement of the D-984VC's terminals
[Input channel VCA terminals]
D-984VC
1-4
5-8
Control input
terminals
IN CH
1-6
7-12
CONTROL UNITS FOR D-901 ONLY
VCA CONTROL MODULE
VCA
CTRL IN
model D-984VC
1-4
5-8
CTRL OUT
Input channel
VCA terminals
Output channel
VCA terminals
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1-4
5-8
OUT CH
Control output
terminals
IN CH
1–6
IN CH 1
IN CH 2
IN CH 3
IN CH 6
IN CH 5
IN CH 4
V
C
7 – 12
IN CH 7
IN CH 8
IN CH 9
IN CH 12
IN CH 11
IN CH 10
V
C
1
2
[Control input terminals]
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CTRL IN
1–4
5–8
CTRL IN 1
CTRL IN 5
C
C
CTRL IN 2
CTRL IN 6
C
C
CTRL IN 3
CTRL IN 7
C
C
CTRL IN 4
CTRL IN 8
V
V
5
[Output channel VCA terminals]
OUT CH
1–4
5–8
OUT CH 1
OUT CH 5
OUT CH 2
OUT CH 6
OUT CH 3
OUT CH 7
C
C
V
V
OUT CH 4
OUT CH 8
V
V
C
C
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
3
4
[Control output terminals]
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CTRL OUT
1–4
5–8
CTRL OUT 1
CTRL OUT 5
C1
C5
CTRL OUT 2
CTRL OUT 6
C3
C7
CTRL OUT 3
CTRL OUT 7
C2
C6
CTRL OUT 4
CTRL OUT 8
C4
C8
6
7
8
4.8.2. Input and output channel VCA controls (1) – (4)
• With 5 V at an input channel VCA pin (IN CH 1 – 12) or at an output channel VCA pin (OUT CH1 – 8), the
corresponding channel's sound volume is minimum. With 0 V, the sound volume is at the level set by the D2008SP.
• Use 10 kΩ potentiometers of taper B.
• Up to 6 volume controls can be connected to each V pin.
[Connections to the input channel VCA terminal]
D-2008SP's volume
0V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
IN CH 1
IN CH 2
IN CH 3
IN CH 6
IN CH 5
IN CH 4
V (+5 V)
C (GND)
D-984VC
[IN CH 1 – 6]
RJ45
Minimum level +5 V
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[Connections to the output channel VCA terminal]
D-2008SP's volume
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0V
OUT CH 1
OUT CH 2
OUT CH 3
C (GND)
V (+5 V)
OUT CH 4
V (+5 V)
C (GND)
D-984VC
[OUT CH 1 – 4]
RJ45
Minimum level +5 V
4.8.3. Contact controls (5) – (8)
• Preset memory recall function is assigned to the contact input and output pins at the factory. To change this
function assignment to give channel ON/OFF or stereo input selection, refer to the separate Setting
Software Instructions .
• The V pins of the control input terminals (5) and (6) can be used for LED connections. To do this, connect
the contact COM pins to use out of the C1 – 4 pins of the control output (7) or the C5 – 8 pins of the control
output (8) to the C pins of the control input (5) or (6). (The diagram below is an example where the control
output's C1 – 4 pins are connected to the control input's C pins.)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CTRL IN 1
C (GND)
CTRL IN 2
C (GND)
CTRL IN 3
C (GND)
CTRL IN 4
V (+5 V)
D-984VC's control
input terminal (5)
[CTRL IN 1 – 4]
RJ45
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CTRL OUT 1
C1
CTRL OUT 2
C2
CTRL OUT 3
C3
CTRL OUT 4
C4
D-984VC's control
output terminal (7)
[CTRL OUT 1 – 4]
RJ45
• The current capacity is 40 mA per V pin. When more current is needed, connect a power supply separately
as shown below.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CTRL IN 1
C (GND)
CTRL IN 2
C (GND)
CTRL IN 3
C (GND)
CTRL IN 4
V (+5 V)
D-984VC's control
input terminal (5)
[CTRL IN 1 – 4]
RJ45
DC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CTRL OUT 1
C1
CTRL OUT 2
C2
CTRL OUT 3
C3
CTRL OUT 4
C4
D-984VC's control
output terminal (7)
[CTRL OUT 1 – 4]
RJ45
• Never connect the V pins of control inputs (5) and (6) to the V pins of VCA pins (1) – (4) as the sound
volume may be affected due to voltage drop caused by these connections.
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4.9. Ferrite Cable Clamp Attachment (For D-972AE only)
To reduce electromagnetic noise, place the supplied ferrite clamp over each digital output cable when making
a cable connection to the D-972AE Digital Output Module.
Install one ferrite clamp per digital output cable.
DIGITAL OUTPUT MODULE
DIGITAL OUT
1/2
AES/EBU
Loop the cable one turn.
3/4
model D-972AE
AES/EBU
D-972AE
Ferrite clamp
(Supplied with the D-972AE)
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4.10. System Expansion Using CobraNet Connection
4.10.1. CobraNet connection outline
The system can be expanded by inserting the D-2000CB CobraNet Interface Module into the D-2008SP and
connecting it to other CobraNet equipment.
Connect the D-2000CB to other CobraNet equipment via a switching hub.
Connect each of CobraNet Primary and Secondary ports of the D-2000CB to the same switching hub or
different switching hubs connected in cascade.
D-2008SP
D-2000CB
CobraNet terminal (PRIMARY)
CobraNet terminal (SECONDARY)
Notes
• Make the CobraNet terminals completely independent from other LAN.
• The distance between each of D-2000CB modules and the switching hub is less than 100 m.
• Be sure to make connections of both terminals PRIMARY and SECONDARY.
• Audio signals may be interrupted temporarily at the time of switching between PRIMARY and SECONDARY
ports.
• When connecting CobraNet terminal PRIMARY or SECONDARY to multiple switching hubs, be sure to
connect the hubs in cascade.
• Up to 7 switching hubs can be connected in cascade. The number of switching hubs between the D-2000CB
and all CobraNet devices connected to the D-2000CB should be 7 or less. (Refer to connection examples 1
and 2 on the next page.)
• When using multiple switching hubs, making star connection at the hub directly connected to the D-2000CB
as shown in Connection example 2 is highly recommended to reduce the number of cascade-connected
hubs.
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[Connection example 1: Redundant configuration of switching hubs]
D-2000CB
CobraNet PRIMARY
3
SW-HUB
2
SW-HUB
1
CobraNet SECONDARY
CobraNet PRIMARY
(Operating)
SW-HUB
CobraNet
SECONDARY
CobraNet unit A
CobraNet unit B
CobraNet
PRIMARY
CobraNet
SECONDARY
(Operating)
SW-HUB
4
SW-HUB
5
SW-HUB
6
As shown in the example above, when the CobraNet unit A is operating via the CobraNet PRIMARY and the
CobraNet unit B is operating via the CobraNet SECONDARY, 6 switching hubs are used for communications
between both units. Therefore, in a redundant configuration of switching hubs*, the number of hubs cascadeconnected from the D-2000CB should be 3 or less.
* A method of connecting a single unit's CobraNet PRIMARY and SECONDARY terminals to each different
switching hub to prevent the system from going down when a cable is broken or power fails.
[Connection example 2: Non-redundant configuration of switching hubs]
D-2000CB
CobraNet PRIMARY, SECONDARY
Star connections
SW-HUB
4
3
SW-HUB
SW-HUB
SW-HUB
SW-HUB
5
2
SW-HUB
SW-HUB
SW-HUB
SW-HUB
6
1
SW-HUB
SW-HUB
SW-HUB
7
CobraNet unit B
CobraNet unit A
SW-HUB
8
CobraNet unit C
As 7 switching hubs are on the communication path from the CobraNet unit A to the CobraNet unit B, there is
no problem for the system. However, as the number of hubs from the CobraNet unit A to the CobraNet unit C
is 8, there may be a system failure.
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4.10.2. Redundant configuration of switching hubs
In the connection example below, the CobraNet PRIMARY and SECONDARY terminals of each unit are
individually connected to different switching hubs. Even if any one of the switching hubs fails or Main line
breaks, the system is kept operating using another Main line, thus preventing system down.
Notes
• Cycle the entire system's power after connection completion.
• Perform spanning tree setting within switching hubs. For the settings, refer to the instruction manual of the
switching hub.
• Audio signals may be interrupted temporarily at the time when the network configuration automatically
changes due to failure of any switching hub or disconnection of the main line.
• Contact your TOA dealer for more information on switching hubs.
Main line
Category 5 or higher shielded
twisted pair cable for LAN
(with RJ45 connectors)
D-2008SP
PRIMARY
SECONDARY
To other
switching hub
To other
switching hub
D-2008SP
PRIMARY
Switching hub
Switching hub
SECONDARY
(PRIMARY-1)
(SECONDARY-1)
D-2008SP
Main line
PRIMARY
SECONDARY
D-2008SP
Switching hub
(PRIMARY-2)
Switching hub
PRIMARY
(SECONDARY-2)
SECONDARY
To other
switching hub
To other
switching hub
CobraNet unit
PRIMARY
SECONDARY
Main line
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4.10.3. Non-redundant configuration of switching hubs
In the connection example below, both CobraNet PRIMARY and SECONDARY terminals of each unit are
connected to the same switching hub.
Notes
• Cycle the entire system's power after connection completion.
• Contact your TOA dealer for more information on switching hubs.
D-2008SP
PRIMARY
SECONDARY
Category 5 or higher shielded
twisted pair cable for LAN
(with RJ45 connectors)
D-2008SP
PRIMARY
Switching hub
SECONDARY
D-2008SP
PRIMARY
SECONDARY
D-2008SP
PRIMARY
Switching hub
SECONDARY
CobraNet unit
PRIMARY
SECONDARY
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4.10.4. Largest-scale system connection example
D-2008SP:
D-2012C:
PC:
D-911:
Up to 4 units (Up to 128 inputs/outputs*)
Up to 4 units
1 unit
Up to 8 units (The D-984VC VCA control module must be inserted into the D-2008SP.*)
* Control module cannot be used in a system of 128 audio input/output channels. The maximum number of
audio input/output channels decreases to 96 when 8 D-911 units are connected.
Zone A
Zone B
D-911
D-2008SP
D-2012C
D-911
D-2008SP
D-2012C
D-911
D-911
PC
LAN
CobraNet
CobraNet unit
D-911
D-2008SP
D-911
D-2008SP
D-2012C
D-2012C
D-911
Zone C
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D-911
Zone D
5. PC CONNECTIONS
Connect a PC, the D-2008SP, and the D-2012C to a switching hub using LAN straight cables individually.
D-2008SP
Switching hub
LAN connection
terminal
PC
D-2008SP
Category 5 or higher shielded
twisted pair cable for LAN
(with RJ45 connectors)
LAN connection
terminal
D-2012C
LAN connection
terminal
D-2012C
LAN connection
terminal
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6. RETURNING SETTINGS TO THEIR INITIAL FACTORY DEFAULT
(D-2008SP ONLY)
Keys and switch used in operation
D-2008SP
Step 1. Turn off the power.
Step 2. Turn on the power while holding down the
Selection keys " " and " ." Release all the
keys when the "in" indication appears on the
Number display.
2
Power switch
Selection keys
Number display
Flashing
Step 3. Press the Set key when the "in" indication
begins to flash.
All setting items return to their initial factory
settings.
Note
For the factory default settings, refer to the
separate Setting Software Instructions.
Note
The D-2012C has no parameters to be initialized.
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3
Set key
7. FIRMWARE UPDATE PROCEDURE (D-2012C ONLY)
Only when updating the D-2012C firmware ver. 2.0.0, follow the procedure below using the dedicated "D2012C Firmware Updater Software Program*."
* Included in the CD supplied with the D-2008SP firmware version 3.0.0 or later.
Note
When the D-2012C firmware version is 3.0.0 or later, update can be performed using the Setting software via
a LAN.
D-2012C firmware version can be checked in the connection setting in the Setting software. For details, refer
to the separate Software setting instruction.
Step 1. Connect both RS-232C ports of the D-2012C and the PC using a 9-pin straight through cable (maleto-female cord).
D-2012C
9-pin straight through cable
(male-to-female cord)
RS-232C terminal
PC
Step 2. Insert the CD supplied with the D-2008SP into the PC's CD drive.
Step 3. Double-click "English - D2000_Software - d2012c _update _200 _to_300.exe" in the CD.
"D-2012C Firmware Updater software" activates.
4
6
Step 4. Click the [ComSetting] button.
The ComSetting screen appears.
5
5
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Step 5. Set the PC's Com port the D-2012C is connected to, and click [OK] button.
The ComSetting screen closes.
Note: Set the "Speed" to 115200.
Step 6. Click the [Update] button of the D-2012C Firmware update screen.
The firmware update starts being transferred from the PC to the D-2012C.
The following screen appears after the update ends.
[If "No Reply" is displayed]
If the screen on the right appears after clicking the
[Update] button, confirm the following:
• RS-232C cable specification and connection
Check that 9-pin straight cable (male - female) is
used.
• PC communication settings (Step 4)
After confirming all the above items, follow the
procedure from Sep 3 again.
If the same "No Reply" indication still appears in this
Step 6, turn the D-2012C's power off, and on again.
Then, follow the steps again from the beginning.
Step 7. Turn the D-2012C's power off, and on again.
Step 8. Click the [Exit] button to end the firmware update.
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8. OPERATIONS
8.1. D-2008SP Operation
Using the front panel-mounted keys, preset memories can be recalled, and input or output channel to be
monitored can be selected.
Input or output channel can be monitored through headphones connected to a front panel-mounted
headphone jack. Its output sound can be adjusted with a front panel-mounted headphone volume control
knob.
For the channel with stereo link established, it can be monitored in stereo.
For the channel in monaural, the same audio signal is provided to the left and right headphone speakers.
Section used in operation
Monitor number
Item selection indicators
(PRESET,
MONITOR,
CONSOLE,
CobraNet)
Number display
Monitor Selection
Indicator
D-2008SP
Set key
Selection keys
Headphone jack
Headphone volume control knob
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8.1.1. Recalling preset memories
Follow the procedure below to recall each parameter setting stored as preset memory* using the D-2000
Setting Software or D-2012C Remote console unit.
Note
When multiple D-2008SP and D-2012C units are installed in the system, the D-2008SP with ID1 must be
included to simultaneously operate other units in the system through the following operation.
Step 1. Press the Selection key " " or " " several times to light
"PRESET" (Item selection indicator).
Preset memory Number is displayed on the Number
display.
PRESET
Lights
Step 2. Press the Selection key " " or " " to select preset
memory Number (1 – 32).
During this period, the number displayed on the Number
display is flashing.
Flashing
Step 3. Press the Set key to confirm the preset memory Number.
When confirmed, the displayed Number changes from
flashing to steady-on state, and the parameters stored
under its preset memory number is recalled.
Steady-on
* Parameters stored in preset memory are as follows:
Input channel parameters:
PAD, phantom power, line input mode selection, line input selection, input trim
gain, input trim polarity, input filter, compressor / auto leveler mode selection,
compressor / auto leveler, level sensibility, gate, auto mixing function group,
ducker, NOM attenuation function ON/OFF, input channel gain, channel
ON/OFF, and group trim gain
Bus channel parameters:
Feedback suppression (dynamic mode ON/OFF, settings of the number of
filters, and filter value set in auto mode and dynamic mode), sub-in-mix-gain,
sub-in-mix ON/OFF, bus channel gain, channel ON/OFF, and group trim gain
Output channel parameters: Output channel gain, group trim gain, channel ON/OFF, filter (including
crossover), compressor, delay time, and mute
Others:
Stereo link setting, crossover function configuration setting, NOM attenuation
function setting, and matrix assignment
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8.1.2. Selecting the input or output channel to be monitored
D-2008SP's input or output channels in operation can be monitored.
Step 1. Press the Selection key " " or " " several times to light
"MONITOR" (Item selection indicator).
MONITOR
Lights
Step 2. Press the Selection key " " or " " to select monitor
number (1 – 32).
The monitor selection indicator of the selected number
lights.
Note: Idle channel is skipped.
Monitor Numbers are assigned in groups of 4 to each
module slot as shown below.
Idle channels will result if no module is installed in a slot
or if a single 2-channel module is installed (in this case,
the remaining 2 channels become idle).
8
7
6
5
Lights
4
3
29 – 32 25 – 28 21 – 24 17 – 20 13 – 16 9 – 12
D-2008SP rear
2
1
5–8
1–4
Slot number
Monitor number
indicated channels
Monitor number
Rear's
slot number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
D-2008SP front
Step 3. Connect headphones to the headphone jack, then adjust the sound volume with the headphone
volume control knob.
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8.1.3. Selecting the D-2012C's monitor channels
The line input and headphone output of the D-2012C Remote Console connected to the D-2008SP
processor's Monitor bus terminal can be monitored.
Note
Before selecting, connect the D-2008SP's Monitor bus terminal to the D-2012C's Monitor bus terminal and
perform console settings using the D-2000 Setting Software.
Step 1. Press the Selection key " " or " " several times to light
“CONSOLE” (Item selection indicator).
CONSOLE
Lights
Step 2. Press the Selection key " " or " " to select monitor
number (1 – 4).
The monitor selection indicator of the selected number
lights.
Monitor numbers 1 and 2 respectively correspond to the
D-2012C's Line inputs L and R, while monitor numbers 3
and 4 correspond to the D-2012C's Headphone outputs
L and R.
Lights
D-2012C
Monitor number
Monitor number
indicated channels
Line L: 1
Line R: 2
D-2008SP front
Headphone output L: 3
Headphone output R: 4
Step 3. Connect headphones to the headphone jack, then adjust the sound volume with the headphone
volume control knob.
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8.1.4. Selecting CobraNet's monitor channels
When the D-2000CB CobraNet Interface Module has been inserted into the D-2008SP and connected to other
CobraNet equipment, CobraNet's input and output channel preprogrammed using the D-2000 Setting
Software can be monitored.
Step 1. Press the Selection key " " or “ " several times to light
"CobraNet" (Item selection indicator).
CobraNet
Lights
Step 2. Press the Selection key " " or " " to select monitor
number (1 – 32).
The monitor selection indicator of the selected number
lights.
Note: Idle channel is skipped.
Monitor numbers correspond as follows to the D-2008SP
input and output channels set in the D-2000 Setting
Software bundle settings:
Lights
Monitor number
CobraNet input
and output
Input
(A channel 1 – 8)
Input
(B channel 1 – 8)
Output
(A channel 1 – 8)
Output
(B channel 1 – 8)
D-2008SP
Step 3. Connect headphones to the headphone jack, then adjust the sound volume with the headphone
volume control knob.
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8.1.5. Key lock function ON/OFF
Enabling the key lock function disables the following operations made on the D-2008SP's front panel.
• Recalling preset memories
• Selecting the input or output channel to be monitored
• Selecting the D-2012C's monitor channels
• Selecting CobraNet's monitor channels
D-2008SP
Enabling the key lock function disables
the left and right key operation.
[Setting the key lock function to ON]
Hold down the Set key for approximately 5 seconds while the Key
Lock indicator is unlit.
The Key Lock indicator then lights, enabling the key lock function.
KEY LOCK
Lights
Hold down for approximately 5 seconds.
[Setting the key lock function to OFF]
Hold down the Set key for approximately 5 seconds while the Key
Lock indicator is lit.
The Key Lock indicator goes out, disabling the key lock function.
KEY LOCK
Goes out
Hold down for approximately 5 seconds.
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8.2. D-2012C Operation
8.2.1. Key-assignable functions
The following functions can be assigned to the D-2012C's function keys. The function keys are explained on
the following pages using the name of the function assigned to each key (example: Memory key).
Note
To implement the following functions (except Stereo Input) with the function key operation, the D-2008SP with
ID1 must be included in the system.
• Memory
Recalls the setting status stored in preset memory. The D-2012C's current setting status can be stored in
preset memory by pressing the function key assigned to the memory function in combination with the
function key assigned to the memory storage function. (Refer to p. 58.)
• Memory Store
Press the key assigned to the memory store function in combination with the function key assigned to the
memory function. (Refer to p. 58.)
• Line Input (valid only when the D-936R or D-937SP module is installed)
Switches the line (stereo) input of the D-936R Stereo Input Module or D-937SP Digital Input Module.
(Refer to p. 59.)
• LED Control
Causes the D-2008SP's front panel-mounted level indicator to go out. (Refer to p. 59.)
• Fader Layer
Recalls the channel assignment status stored in the fader layer. (Refer to p. 60.)
• Console Switch
Sets the contact output of the D-981 or D-983 Remote Control Module or the D-984VC VCA Control
Module installed in the D-2008SP processor to ON. (Refer to p. 61.)
• Key Lock
Enables and disables manual operation of the D-2012C's motorized faders, function keys, rotary
encoders, etc. (Refer to p. 62.)
• Monitor Clear
Clears the selection of channels to be monitored. (Refer to p. 63.)
• External Control Switch
Allows the D-2008SP with ID 1 to transmit the function key ON/OFF data to an AMX or other external
control devices using external control protocol. The external control device can transmit the external
control command to the D-2008SP with ID 1, controlling its function key's indicator ON or OFF.
(Refer to p. 61.)
Note
Functions shown in the following figure are assigned by default. To change these assignments, use the D2000 Setting Software supplied with the D-2008SP processor. For details, please read the separate software
setting manual.
[Default Setting]
Memory 4
Memory 5
Memory 3
Memory 6
Memory 2
Memory store
Memory 1
Key lock
D-2012C function key section
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8.2.2. Preset memory recall
Each parameter stored as preset memory using the D-2000 Setting Software or the D-2012C can be recalled.
[Operation]
Pressing the Memory key switches the operation panel settings to the setting status
stored under the designated preset memory number. In this event, the depressed key
lights.
Memory 1
Lights
Notes
• Even if the preset memory number switches, the fader layer number remains
unchanged.
• The figure shows an example in which "Memory 1" has been assigned to Function
key 1.
8.2.3. Storage in preset memory
Store the current setting status of each channel in preset memory.
Parameters stored in preset memory are as follows:
[Parameters Stored In Preset Memory]
Input channel parameters:
PAD, phantom power, line input mode selection, line input selection, input trim
gain, input trim polarity, input filter, compressor / auto leveler mode selection,
compressor / auto leveler, level sensibility, gate, auto mixing function group,
ducker, NOM attenuation function ON/OFF, input channel gain, channel
ON/OFF, and group trim gain
Bus channel parameters:
Feedback suppression (dynamic mode ON/OFF, settings of the number of
filters, and filter value set in auto mode and dynamic mode), sub-in-mix-gain,
sub-in-mix ON/OFF, bus channel gain, channel ON/OFF, and group trim gain
Output channel parameters: Output channel gain, group trim gain, channel ON/OFF, filter (including
crossover), compressor, delay time, and mute
Others:
Stereo link setting, crossover function configuration setting, NOM attenuation
function setting and matrix assignment
[Storage]
Continue to press the Memory key for approximately 2 seconds while holding down the Memory Store key.
After the two keys have lit, the Memory key flashes twice and the operation panel's current setting status is
stored in the designated preset memory number.
Memory 3
Lights
Memory
Store
Memory 3
Lights
Memory
Store
Goes out
Flashes twice
Press for approximately 2 seconds.
Note
The figure shows an example in which "Memory 3" has been assigned to Function key 3, and "Memory Store"
to Function key 7.
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8.2.4. Switching Line Inputs (valid only when the D-936R or D-937SP module is installed)
This function switches the line inputs (In 1 – 4) of the D-936R Stereo Input Module or the D-937SP Digital
Input Module.
[Operation]
Pressing the Line Input key selects the designated line (stereo) input.
In this event, the depressed key lights.
Line Input 4
Lights
Note
The figure shows an example in which "Line Input (In 4)" has been assigned to Function
key 4.
8.2.5. D-2008SP level indicator control (LED control)
This function turns off the level indicators on the front panel of the D-2008SP Digital Mixing Processor.
D-2008SP
Level indicators
[Operation]
Press the LED Control key, and the D-2008SP's front panelmounted level indicators go out.
In this event, the depressed control key goes out.
Pressing the LED Control key again causes the D-2008SP's
front panel-mounted level indicators to light.
In this event, the depressed control key lights.
LED Control
Lights
LED Control
Unlit
LED Control
Goes out
LED Control
Lights
Note
The figure shows an example in which "LED control" has been
assigned to Function key 5.
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8.2.6. Fader layer switching
There are 12 motorized faders and 8 rotary encoders on the D-2012C's operation panel. Store a combination
of their channel assignments as a single fader layer in advance using the D-2000 Setting Software. Since 4
different fader layers can be set, up to 4 channels can be assigned to each motorized fader and rotary
encoder. By switching the channel assignment status using the Fader Layer key, up to 80 channels can be
operated in monaural per D-2012C Console. If stereo link and grouping settings are performed, more
channels can be operated.
[Fader Layer Setting Example]
(Fader layer 1 setting status: Inputs 1 – 12 & outputs 1 – 8)
D-2012C
In 1 – 12
Out 5 – 8
Out 1 – 4
(Fader layer 2 setting status: Inputs 13 – 24 & outputs 9 – 16)
D-2012C
Tip
Bus channels and CobraNet
channels can also be assigned.
In 13 – 24
Out 13 – 16
Out 9 – 12
[Fader Layer Switching]
Pressing the Fader Layer key switches the operation panel settings to the status stored in
the designated fader layer number. In this event, the depressed key lights.
Notes
• Even if the fader layer number switches, the preset memory number remains
unchanged.
• The figure shows an example in which "Fader Layer 2" has been assigned to Function
key 2.
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Fader Layer 2
Lights
8.2.7. D-2008SP control output ON/OFF (console switch)
Enables or disables the contact output of the D-981 or D-983 Remote Control Module installed in the D2008SP Digital Mixing Processor. The contact output terminals assigned to the "Console switch" using the D2000 Setting Software can be operated. Operation differs depending on the setting of the contact output
terminal's control method.
Note
Unify the control method of all the contact output terminals assigned to a single console switch to either
"Momentary" or "Latch."
[When the Control Method Is Set to "Momentary"]
The set contact output is enabled as long as the Console Switch key is held down and
the continuously depressed key remains lit. If the Console Switch key is released, the
set contact output is disabled and the depressed key goes out.
Console
Switch
Lights
[When the Control Method Is Set to "Latch"]
The set contact output is enabled if the Console Switch key is pressed and the
depressed key lights. Pressing the Console Switch key again disables the set contact
output and causes the depressed key to go out.
Note
The figure shows an example in which "Console switch" has been assigned to Function key 6.
8.2.8. D-2008SP (ID 1) external control switch
Allows the D-2008SP with ID 1 to transmit the function key ON/OFF data to an AMX or other external control
devices using external control protocol (RS-232C or LAN).
The external control device can transmit the external control command to the D-2008SP with ID 1, controlling
its function key's indicator ON or OFF.
[Example of control using RS-232C]
D-2008SP (ID 1)
D-2012C function key's
indicator ON/OFF control
RS-232C
D-2012C function key ON/OFF data
AMX or other control devices
Switching hub
D-2012C
[Operation]
When the External Control Switch key is pressed, data that the key has been pressed is transmitted from the
D-2008SP to the external control device using the external control protocol. To light or extinguish the External
Control Switch key's indicator, controls should be made from the external control device using the external
control protocol.
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8.2.9. Key lock function ON/OFF
Setting the Key Lock function to ON allows operation of the following keys to be disabled: the D-2012C's
operation panel-mounted function keys (except the Key Lock key), motorized faders, rotary encoders, Monitor
Channel Selection keys, and Channel ON/OFF keys.
Key lock indicator
(Lockable operation section)
D-2012C
[When Enabling the Key Lock Function]
Holding down the Key Lock key for approximately 5
seconds while it is unlit causes the depressed key to
light and enables the Key Lock function. In this event,
the key lock indicator lights. While the Key Lock
function is enabled, any key pressed other than the
Key Lock key does not change status and remains lit
or unlit. If a motorized fader is moved, it returns to its
original position if the fader is released. Also, if a rotary
encoder is rotated, the LEDs that indicate volume do
not change.
Key Lock
Key Lock
When unlit
Lights
Lights
(Key Lock function ON)
Press for approximately 5 seconds.
[When Disabling the Key Lock Function]
Holding down the Key Lock key for approximately 5
seconds while the Key Lock key is lit causes the
depressed key to go out and disables the Key Lock
function. In this event, the key lock indicator goes out.
Note
The figure shows an example in which "Key lock" has
been assigned to Function key 8.
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Key Lock
Key Lock
When lit
Goes out
Goes out
(Key Lock function OFF)
Press for approximately 5 seconds.
8.2.10. Monitor channel clear
This function clears the selection of all the monitor channels assigned to the monitor bus to which the D2012C in operation is connected.
[Operation]
If the Monitor Clear key is pressed, the selection of monitor channels is cleared and the
depressed key lights.
Monitor Clear
Lights
Note
The figure shows an example in which "Monitor clear" has been assigned to Function
key 3.
8.2.11. Monitoring
Output of the channel being operated using the D-2012C Remote Console's motor faders or rotary encoders
can be monitored.
Notes
• Set the identical ID number for the D-2008SP and D-2012C to be connected through monitor bus terminals.
Use the D-2000 Setting Software to set the ID number.
• Properly perform connections and settings for the D-2008SP's monitor input/output channels. (Refer to
p. 37.) Audio signals for the channel where monitor audio signal routing is not performed cannot be
monitored even if selected.
• Monitor channel selection keys do not perform grouping operation.
Monitor channel selection keys
D-2012C
Monitor signal
indicators
Monitor volume
control knob
Headphone jack
Motor faders
Rotary encoders
Step 1. When two or more fader layers are in use, select the fader layer that allows operation of the channel
to be monitored.
Fader layers can be switched through operation of the function key assigned to Fader Layers 1 – 4.
(Refer to p. 60.)
Step 2. Set the Monitor channel selection key for the channel to be monitored to ON.
The level of the selected output can be confirmed by means of the monitor signal indicator.
Step 3. Connect headphones to the Headphone jack and adjust the volume using the monitor volume control
knob.
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8.3. D-911 Operation
Only the D-2008SP's channels to which the D-984VC module is connected can be controlled.
Control keys
D-911
Input faders
Output volume control knobs
8.3.1. Volume adjustment
Volume of the channel assigned to the D-984VC using the D-2000 Setting software can be adjusted using the
D-911’s input fader or output volume control knob.
Notes
• For channels with stereo link or group settings established at the D-2008SP, only the lowest numbered
channel in the preset link or group is enabled.
• Fader position "10" of the D-911 provides the channel gain set by the D-2008SP. As a guide, fader position
"8" provides channel gain about 10 dB lower than the set gain at the D-2008SP.
8.3.2. Contact control
Preset memory recall, Volume level up and down functions can be assigned to the
D-984VC's contacts using the D-2000 Setting Software.
Assigned functions can be implemented by pressing the Control keys 1 – 8.
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9. BLOCK DIAGRAMS
9.1. D-2008SP
Line Output Module
(D-971M or D-971E)
Microphone/Line Input Module
(D-2000AD1)
+48 V
PAD
AD
DA
+48 V
PAD
AD
DA
+48 V
PAD
AD
+48 V
PAD
AD
DA
DA
Line Output Module
(D-2000DA1 or D-971R)
Microphone/Line Input Module
(D-921F or D-921E)
+15 V
PAD
DA
AD
DA
DA
+15 V
PAD
AD
DA
Digital Output Module (D-972AE)
DIT
Microphone/Line Input Module
(D-922F or D-922E)
+15 V
PAD
DIT
DSP
(See the next page.)
AD
DIT
DIP SW
DIT
+15 V
PAD
AD
Digital Output Module (D-961SP)
DIP SW
DIT
OPTICAL
DIT
Stereo Input Module
(D-936R)
COAXIAL
DIT
L
R
OPTICAL
DIT
Selector
L
R
L
R
COAXIAL
AD
Remote Control Module (D-981)
AD
IN 1
L
R
Control
Digital Input Module
(D-923AE)
IN 8
OUT 1
OUT 8
DIR
DE-EMP
SRC
Remote Control Module (D-983)
IN 1
DIR
DE-EMP
SRC
Control
Automatic
Digital Input Module
(D-937SP)
CobraNet Interface Module
(D-2000CB)
OUT 16
VCA Control Module (D-984VC)
DIR
DIR
DE-EMP
DE-EMP
SRC
SRC
CobraNet
Controller
MAC/
PHY
IN CH 1
VCA
Selector
COAXIAL
OUT 1
CPU
OPTICAL
OPTICAL
IN 24
MAC/
PHY
OUT CH 1
OUT CH 8
CTRL IN 1
LAN
USB
RS-232C
Control
COAXIAL
Automatic
IN CH 12
CTRL IN 8
CTRL OUT 1
CTRL OUT 8
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[DSP part block diagram of D-2008SP]
Max. 32
From
Slot 1 – 8
Max. 4
ON
BUS
Delay
Audio Out 1 – (32)
L
R
Fader VCA
HEAD
PHONES
4-R
ON
Auto mix
MONITOR
BUS
1-L
1-R
2-L
COMP/
Leveler
GR Trim
GUI
METER
(AFL)
CobraNet Out 16
PEQ
GUI
METER
(PFL)
CobraNet Out 1
CobraNet Out 2
HPF/
LPF
Audio Bus 1 – (24)
Audio Out 32
Trim
Fader VCA
Output Matrix
Audio Out 1
Audio Out 2
Audio
LED, GUI
METER
(PFL)
Audio Bus 24
Audio In 1 – (34)
Audio Bus 1
Audio Bus 2
Input Matrix
GR Trim
Fader VCA
FBS
GR Trim ON
MONITOR
Ext. In
LED, GUI
METER
(TGL)
GUI
METER
(AFL)
Filter/
X over/
Polarity
Comp Delay
To
Slot 1-8
Mute
Max. 32
MONITOR
Fader
ON
MONITOR
Max. 4 (Stereo)
Sub In Mix
Slot 5 – 8
LED
METER
(TGL)
MONITOR
MONITOR
Max. 4 (Stereo)
Ext. In 1 – (4)
GUI
METER
(PFL)
LED
METER
ON
LED
METER
GUI
METER
(AFL)
Fader VCA
MONITOR
GR Trim
MONITOR
LED, GUI
METER
(PFL)
Trim
HPF/
LPF
PEQ
COMP/
Leveler
ON
Fader VCA
GR Trim
CobraNet Out 1 – (16)
Auto mix
Max. 2
LED, GUI
METER
(AFL)
MONITOR
Fader VCA
From Slot
Console Line Input
(MONITOR BUS from C-2012C)
To
D-2000CB (A8, B8)
Mute
CobraNet In 1 – (16)
Max. 16
GUI
METER
(PFL)
MONITOR
Max. 4 (Stereo)
ON
LED
METER
From
D-2000CB (A8, B8)
GR Trim ON
Fader VCA
GR Trim
CobraNet Bus 1 – (16)
CobraNet Sub In SEND
Max. 16
GUI
METER
(PFL)
ON
CobraNet Bus SEND
GUI
METER
(AFL)
Fader VCA
MONITOR
GR Trim
Max. 4 (Stereo)
MONITOR
MONITOR
MONITOR
LED
METER
MONITOR BUS to D-2012C
(Console MONITOR)
MONITOR
VCA
PHONES
: Only when D-984VC is used
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9.2. D-2012C
Counter
ROTARY ENCODER
LAN
FADER
CPU
MOTOR
FADER
MAIN
CPU
RS-232C
SWITCH
SWITCH
SIGNAL PEAK
INPUT
LEVEL
LEFT
AD
LINE-INPUT
DIT
Converter
RIGHT
SIGNAL PEAK
MONITOR
LEVEL
MONITOR
BUS
to D-2008SP
DA
HEADPHONE
OUTPUT
DIR
Converter
POWER
SWITCH
AC
INLET
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POWER
SUPPLY
+9V
9.3. D-911
VCA
IN CH 1-6
VCA
IN CH 7-12
VCA
OUT CH 1-4
VCA
OUT CH 5-8
CTRL
IN 1-4
DC
1
6
DC
7
12
DC
1
4
DC
5
8
Make contact
1
4
DC
1
4
CTRL
OUT 1-4
CTRL
IN 5-8
5–8
Same as above
CTRL
OUT 5-8
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10. LEVEL DIAGRAMS
10.1. Analog Input/Output
Microphone/Line Input Module
D-921F, D-921E, D-922F,
D-922E, or D-2000AD1,
or
Stereo Input Module D-936R
DSP
Line Output Module
D-971M, D-971E, D-971R,
or D-2000DA1
Digital
dBu
Max. Input (+24)
+20
+10
dBu
Clipping Level (+20 dB)
+20
Peak LED Turns ON
(+17 dB)
LINE
(+4)
+10
(0 dB)
(+4) D-971M/E, D-2000DA1*1
0
0
-10
LINE
(-10)
(–10) D-971R, D-2000DA1*2
-20
-30
-20
MIC
(-36)
*1 When the output level is set to "+4 dB."
*2 When the output level is set to "–10 dB."
-40
-50
-10
MIC
(-50)
10.2. Digital Input/Output
Digital Input Module
D-923AE or D-937SP
DSP
dBFS
dBFS
0
Digital Output Module
D-972AE or D-961SP
Max. Input (0 dBFS)
Clipping Level (+20 dB)
0
Peak LED Turns ON
(+17 dB)
-20
70
(0 dB)
-20
-40
-40
-60
-60
11. SPECIFICATIONS
11.1. D-2008SP Digital Mixing Processor Unit
Model No.
Power Source
Power Consumption
Frequency Response
Sampling Frequency
Input/Output
Signal Processing
Feedback Suppression
Function
Auto Mixing Function
Auto Mixing Group
Equalizer/Filter
Compressor
/Auto-Leveler
Output Delay
Bus Delay
Matrix
CobraNet Matrix
Crosspoint Gain
Preset Memory
Auxiliary Function
D-2008SP CE D-2008SP CE-AU/CN D-2008SP KR D-2008SP CU D-2008SP TW
220 – 240 V AC, 220 – 240 V AC,
220 V AC,
120 V AC, 100 – 120 V AC,
50/60 Hz
50 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
76 W
78 W
20 Hz – 20 kHz, ±1 dB (±4 dB* input)
48 kHz
Input:
Max. 32 channels, modular construction (modules optional)
Output:
Max. 32 channels, modular construction (modules optional)
Monitor bus: 1 stereo input, 1 stereo output
Connector:
RJ45 connector
Connection cable:
Shielded twisted pair (STP) Cat 5 or
higher LAN cable
(data lines: 2 pairs)
Maximum cable distance: 100 m or 109.36 yd (between
D-2008SP and D-2012C)
Headphones: 1 stereo
12 filters (auto/dynamic), Max. 4 bus channels
Ducker (auto muting), NOM attenuation
4 groups
Parametric equalizer: 20 Hz – 20 kHz, ±15 dB, Q: 0.267 – 69.249
Filtering: High-pass filter
20 Hz – 20 kHz, 6 dB/oct, 12 dB/oct
Low pass filter
20 Hz – 20 kHz, 6 dB/oct, 12 dB/oct
Notch filter
20 Hz – 20 kHz, Q: 8.651 – 69.249
All-pass filter
20 Hz – 20 kHz, Q: 0.267 – 69.249
High shelving filter 6 Hz – 20 kHz, ±15 dB
Low shelving filter 20 – 500 Hz, ±15 dB
Horn equalizer
20 kHz, 0 to +18 dB (0.5 dB steps)
Crossover filter: 20 Hz – 20 kHz, 6 dB/oct, 12 dB/oct, 18 dB/oct, 24 dB/oct
(Compressor mode)
Threshold:
–20 to +20 dB (1 dB steps)
Ratio:
1:1, 1.1:1, 1.2:1, 1.3:1, 1.5:1, 1.7:1, 2:1, 2.3:1, 2.6:1,
3:1, 4:1, 5:1, 7:1, 8:1, 10:1, 12:1, 20:1, ∞:1
Attack time:
0.2 ms – 5 s
Release time: 10 ms – 5 s
Gain:
–∞ to +10 dB
Knee Type:
Hard knee, Soft knee 1, Soft knee 2
(Auto-leveler mode)
Target level:
–20 to +20 dB (1 dB steps)
Maximum gain: 0 to +20 dB (1 dB steps)
Attack time:
10 ms – 10 s
Release time: 100 ms – 10 s
Delay time: 0 – 1360 ms (0.021 ms steps)
Delay time: 0 – 677 ms (0.021 ms steps)
Input: Max. 34 (32 + 2) channels x 24 bus
Output: Max. 44 (24 + 4 + 16) bus x 32 channels
Input: Max. 16 channels x 24 bus
Output: Max. 28 (24 + 4) bus x 16 channels
–∞ to 0 dB (1 dB steps)
32
Key lock function
* 0 dB = 0.775 V
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LAN
Control
Operating Temperature
Finish
Dimensions
Weigh
Network I/F:1 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX circuit (selectable
by automatic recognition), RJ45 connector for
maintenance use, connection via a switching hub
Network Protocol:
TCP/IP
Connection Cable: Category 5 or higher shielded twisted pair cable
for LAN (CAT5-STP or better)
Maximum Cable Distance: 100 m or 109.36 yd (between this unit and a
switching hub or PC)
RS-232C: D-sub connector (9 pins), for external control
Module: Remote control module slot x 2
5 to 40 °C (41 to 104 ºF)
Panel: Aluminum, hair-line finish, black
Case: Pre-coated steel plate
482 (w) x 132.6 (h) x 343.4 (d) mm (18.98" x 5.22" x 13.52")
6.3 kg (13.89 lb)
[Recommended PC requirements]
Hardware Requirements
CPU
Pentium 4 CPU of 2 GHz or greater
Display
1024 x 768 resolution or higher
Memory
Free Hard Disk Space
CD/DVD Drive
LAN Card
Software Requirements
OS
Required Component
Over 2 GB
Over 16 MB (for D-2000 Setting Software installation)
or over 500 MB (when ".NET Framework" needs to be installed)
CD-ROM drive
Compatible to 10BASE-T or faster connection
Windows 7 Ultimate (32-bit)
Windows 7 Professional (32/64-bit)
Windows 10 Pro (32/64-bit)
.NET Framework 3.5 SP1
Notes
• The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
• Pentium is the trademark of Intel Corporation in the United States and other countries.
• Windows is the registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.
• Regarding other company names and products, they are also trademarks of individual companies.
• Accessories
Power cord (2 m or 6.56 ft) . ...................................................... 1
Rack mounting screw 5 x 12 (with plane washer)* . .................. 4
Blank Panel (preinstalled on the module slot) ........................... 8
Module mounting screw (spare) ................................................ 4
CD (Setting Software, Setting Software Instructions, etc.) ........ 1
* Not supplied with the D-2008SP CU.
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11.2. D-2012C Remote Console Unit
Model No.
Power Source
Power Consumption
Volume Adjustment
Line Input
Headphone output
Monitor Bus
LAN
Control
Operating Temperature
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
D-2012C CE
D-2012C CE-AU/CN
D-2012C KR
D-2012C TW
220 – 240 V AC,
220 – 240 V AC,
220 V AC,
100 – 120 V AC,
50/60 Hz
50 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
18 W
100 mm (3.94") motorized fader x 12, rotary encoder x 8
1 channel (stereo), +10 dB* to –20 dB*, 10 kΩ, unbalanced, RCA jack
Stereo, 100 mW + 100 mW (at 32 Ω load), standard stereo phone jack
1 stereo input, 1 stereo output
RJ45 connector
Connector:
Connection Cable:
Shielded twisted pair (STP) Cat 5 or higher LAN
cable (data lines: 2 pairs)
Maximum Cable Distance: 100 m or 109.36 yd (between D-2012C and
D-2008SP)
1 channel, 10BASE-T- or 100BASE-TX-compatible
Network I/F:
network (switching: automatic recognition), RJ45
connector, connection via a switching hub
Network Protocol:
TCP/IP
Connection Cable:
Category 5 or higher shielded twisted pair cable
for LAN (CAT5-STP or better)
Maximum Cable Distance: 100 m or 109.36 yd (between D-2012C and a
switching hub))
RS-232C: D-sub connector (9P), for maintenance use
5 to 40 °C (41 to 104 ºF)
Panel:
Surface treated steel sheet, laminated with
polycarbonate sheet, gray, mat finish
Rack mount bracket: Surface treated steel sheet, gray, mat finish
482 (w) x 266 (h) x 138 (d) mm (18.98" x 10.47" x 5.43")
6.6 kg (14.55 lb)
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
• Accessories
Power cord (2 m or 6.56 ft) ....................................................... 1
Fader knob (Yellow)* ................................................................ 3
Fader knob (Red)* .................................................................... 3
Rack mounting screw 5 x 12 (with plane washer) .................... 4
Cable clamp .............................................................................. 1
Machine screw M3 x 6 .............................................................. 1
* Convenient for color coding to distinguish channels to which stereo link or group settings are assigned.
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11.3. D-911 VCA Fader Unit
Power Supply
Connector
Input Fader Control
Output Volume Control
Contact Control
Remote Output
Remote Switch
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
5 V DC (supplied from the optional D-984VC)
RJ45 connector x 8
Input fader (100 mm or 3.94") x 12
Output volume control x 8
Illuminated switch x 8
No-voltage make contact output (contact capacity: 30 V DC, 4 A)
Seesaw switch for activating the remote function of the power distributor
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black (30 % gloss)
482.6 (w) x 177 (h) x 61.3 (d) mm (19" x 6.97" x 2.41") (excluding projection)
3 kg (6.61 lb)
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
• Accessories
Fader knob (Red, Yellow)* ............................................... 3 each
Volume knob (Red)* ................................................................. 2
Rack mounting screw 5 x 12 (with plane washer) .................... 4
Rack mounting bracket (preinstalled on the unit) ..................... 2
* Convenient for color coding to distinguish channels to which stereo link or group settings are assigned.
11.4. D-921F Microphone/Line Input Module
Input
A/D Converter
Sampling Frequency
Frequency Response
Dynamic Range
Total Harmonic Distortion
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
2 channels, Mic/Line changeable
Mic: –50/–36 dB*, 4.7 kΩ, electronically-balanced, XLR-3-31 type
Line: –10/+4 dB*, 10 kΩ, electronically-balanced, XLR-3-31 type
Phantom power supply (+15 V, can be used when set for the microphone)
Ground lift switch
24 bits
48 kHz
20 Hz – 20 kHz, ±1 dB (+4 dB* input)
Over 100 dB (IHF-A weighted) (+4 dB* input)
Under 0.05 % (+4 dB* input)
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black (30 % gloss)
35 (w) x 119.5 (h) x 178.4 (d) mm (1.38" x 4.7" x 7.02")
150 g (0.33 lb)
* 0 dB = 0.775 V
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
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11.5. D-921E Microphone/Line Input Module
Input
A/D Converter
Sampling Frequency
Frequency Response
Dynamic Range
Total Harmonic Distortion
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
2 channels, Mic/Line changeable
Mic: –50/–36 dB*, 4.7 kΩ, electronically-balanced,
3-pin removable terminal block
Line: –10/+4 dB*, 10 kΩ, electronically-balanced,
3-pin removable terminal block
Phantom power supply (+15 V, can be used when set for the microphone)
Ground lift switch
24 bits
48 kHz
20 Hz – 20 kHz, ±1 dB (+4 dB* input)
Over 100 dB (IHF-A weighted) (+4 dB* input)
Under 0.05 % (+4 dB* input)
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black (30 % gloss)
35 (w) x 119.5 (h) x 178.4 (d) mm (1.38" x 4.7" x 7.02")
140 g (0.31 lb)
* 0 dB = 0.775 V
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
• Accessories
3-pin removable terminal plug (preinstalled on the unit) ........... 2
11.6. D-922F Microphone/Line Input Module
Input
A/D Converter
Sampling Frequency
Frequency Response
Dynamic Range
Total Harmonic Distortion
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
2 channels, –50/–36/–10/+4 dB* (Selectable with the DIP switch), 4.7 kΩ,
electronically-balanced, XLR-3-31 type
Phantom power supply (+15 V, can be set with the DIP switch)
Ground lift switch (can be set with the DIP switch)
20 bits
48 kHz
20 Hz – 20 kHz, ±1 dB (+4 dB* input)
Over 85 dB (IHF-A weighted) (+4 dB* input)
Under 0.2 % (+4 dB* input)
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black (30 % gloss)
35 (w) x 119.5 (h) x 178.4 (d) mm (1.38" x 4.7" x 7.02")
135 g (0.3 lb)
* 0 dB = 0.775 V
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
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11.7. D-922E Microphone/Line Input Module
Input
A/D Converter
Sampling Frequency
Frequency Response
Dynamic Range
Total Harmonic Distortion
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
2 channels, –50/–36/–10/+4 dB* (Selectable with the DIP switch), 4.7 kΩ,
electronically-balanced, 3-pin removable terminal block
Phantom power supply (+15 V, can be set with the DIP switch)
Ground lift switch (can be set with the DIP switch)
20 bits
48 kHz
20 Hz – 20 kHz, ±1 dB (+4 dB* input)
Over 85 dB (IHF-A weighted) (+4 dB* input)
Under 0.2 % (+4 dB* input)
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black (30 % gloss)
35 (w) x 119.5 (h) x 178.4 (d) mm (1.38" x 4.7" x 7.02")
125 g (0.28 lb)
* 0 dB = 0.775 V
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
• Accessories
3-pin removable terminal plug (preinstalled on the unit) ........... 2
11.8. D-2000AD1 Microphone/Line Input Module
Input
A/D Converter
Sampling Frequency
Frequency Response
Dynamic Range
Total Harmonic Distortion
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
4 channels, Mic/Line selectable (Selectable with the D-2000 Setting Software)
Mic: –50/–36 dB*, 2.6 kΩ, electronically-balanced
Line: –10 dB*, 2.6 kΩ/+4 dB*, 7 kΩ, electronically-balanced
Connector: XLR-3-31 type
Phantom power supply (48 V DC, can be set for the Mic, 5 mA or less per
channel)
Ground lift switch
24 bit
48 kHz
20 Hz – 20 kHz, ±1 dB (+4 dB* input)
104 dB (IHF-A weighted) or more (+4 dB* input)
0.008 % or less (+4 dB* input)
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black (30 % gloss)
35 (w) x 119.5 (h) x 178.4 (d) mm (1.38" x 4.7" x 7.02")
200 g (0.44 lb)
* 0 dB = 0.775 V
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
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11.9. D-936R Stereo Input Module
Input
A/D Converter
Sampling Frequency
Frequency Response
Dynamic Range
Total Harmonic Distortion
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
4 stereo inputs (Selection of 1 stereo or mixing or all 4 stereo inputs)
–10 dB*, 10 kΩ, RCA jack
24 bits
48 kHz
20 Hz – 20 kHz, ±1 dB (+4 dB* input)
Over 100 dB (IHF-A weighted)
Under 0.05 %
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black (30 % gloss)
35 (w) x 119.5 (h) x 178.4 (d) mm (1.38" x 4.7" x 7.02")
145 g (0.32 lb)
* 0 dB = 0.775 V
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
11.10. D-923AE Digital Input Module
Input
Applicable Format
Sampling Frequency
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
2 channels, 2.0 – 7.0 V (p-p), 110 Ω, XLR-3-31 type
AES/EBU (2 channel multiplexed)
32 – 48 kHz
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black (30 % gloss)
35 (w) x 119.5 (h) x 178.4 (d) mm (1.38" x 4.7" x 7.02")
130 g (0.29 lb)
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
11.11. D-937SP Digital Input Module
Input
Applicable Format
Sampling Frequency
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
Stereo 1 channel (Selectable one of 4 inputs)
0.5 V (p-p), 75 Ω, Coaxial RCA jack x 2
Square optical connector x 2
S/PDIF (2 channel multiplexed)
32 – 48 kHz
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black (30 % gloss)
35 (w) x 119.5 (h) x 178.4 (d) mm (1.38" x 4.7" x 7.02")
130 g (0.29 lb)
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
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11.12. D-971M Line Output Module
Output
D/A Converter
Sampling Frequency
Frequency Response
Dynamic Range
Total Harmonic Distortion
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
4 channels, +4 dB*, adaptable load of over 600 Ω, electronically-balanced,
XLR-3-32 type
24 bits
48 kHz
20 Hz – 20 kHz, ±1 dB
Over 100 dB (IHF-A weighted)
Under 0.05 %
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black (30 % gloss)
35 (w) x 119.5 (h) x 178.4 (d) mm (1.38" x 4.7" x 7.02")
165 g (0.36 lb)
* 0 dB = 0.775 V
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
11.13. D-971E Line Output Module
Output
D/A Converter
Sampling Frequency
Frequency Response
Dynamic Range
Total Harmonic Distortion
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
4 channels, +4 dB*, adaptable load of over 600 Ω, electronically-balanced,
3-pin removable terminal block
24 bits
48 kHz
20 Hz – 20 kHz, ±1 dB
Over 100 dB (IHF-A weighted)
Under 0.05 %
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black (30 % gloss)
35 (w) x 119.5 (h) x 178.4 (d) mm (1.38" x 4.7" x 7.02")
140 g (0.31 lb)
* 0 dB = 0.775 V
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
• Accessories
3-pin removable terminal plug (preinstalled on the unit) ........... 2
11.14. D-971R Line Output Module
Output
D/A Converter
Sampling Frequency
Frequency Response
Dynamic Range
Total Harmonic Distortion
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
4 channels (2 outputs for each channel), –10 dB*,
adaptable load of over 600 Ω, RCA jack
24 bits
48 kHz
20 Hz – 20 kHz, ±1 dB
Over 100 dB (IHF-A weighted)
Under 0.05 %
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black (30 % gloss)
35 (w) x 119.5 (h) x 178.4 (d) mm (1.38" x 4.7" x 7.02")
150 g (0.33 lb)
* 0 dB = 0.775 V
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
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11.15. D-2000DA1 Line Output Module
Output
D/A Converter
Sampling Frequency
Frequency Response
Dynamic Range
Total Harmonic Distortion
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
4 channels, +4 dB*/–10 dB* (Selectable with the DIP switch),
adaptable load of over 600 Ω,
electronically-balanced/unbalanced (Selectable with the DIP switch),
XLR-3-32 type
24 bits
48 kHz
20 Hz – 20 kHz, ±1 dB
Over 104 dB (IHF-A weighted)
Under 0.008 %
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black (30 % gloss)
35 (w) x 119.5 (h) x 178.4 (d) mm (1.38" x 4.7" x 7.02")
200 g (0.44 lb)
* 0 dB = 0.775 V
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
11.16. D-972AE Digital Output Module
Output
Applicable Format
Sampling Frequency
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
4 channels, 5.0 V (p-p), 110 Ω, XLR-3-32 type
AES/EBU (2 channel multiplexed)
48 kHz
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black (30 % gloss)
35 (w) x 119.5 (h) x 178.4 (d) mm (1.38" x 4.7" x 7.02")
130 g (0.29 lb)
* 0 dB = 0.775 V
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
• Accessories
Ferrite clamp ............................................................................. 2
11.17. D-961SP Digital Output Module
Output
Applicable Format
Sampling Frequency
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
Stereo 2 channels (with splitter, each pair of optical output and coaxial output
in parallel),
0.5 V (p-p), 75 Ω, Coaxial RCA jack x 2
Square optical connector x 2
S/PDIF (2 channel multiplexed)
48 kHz
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black (30 % gloss)
35 (w) x 119.5 (h) x 178.4 (d) mm (1.38" x 4.7" x 7.02")
130 g (0.29 lb)
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
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11.18. D-981 Remote Control Module
Contact Input
Preset Memory
Selection
Control
Volume
Channel
Stereo Selection
Contact Output
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
COM + Terminals 1 – 8: Open voltage: 5 V DC, short-circuit: 5 mA,
10-pin removable terminal block
Any preset memory can be recalled.
Control method: No-voltage make of over 100 ms or
no-voltage make single pulse of over 100 ms
Volume can be turned UP or DOWN for any input and output channels.
Control system: 1 step variation for no-voltage make single pulse of over
100 ms
1 step continuous operation for every 70 ms for no-voltage
make of over 100 ms. Can be reset when at break.
Variable range: –∞ dB to +10 dB
Any input/output channels can be turned ON and OFF.
Control method: No-voltage make of over 100 ms or
no-voltage make single pulse of over 100 ms
Any stereo input can be selected.
Control method: No-voltage make of over 100 ms or
no-voltage make single pulse of over 100 ms
COM + Terminals 1 – 8: No-voltage make contact input,
contact capacity: 24 V DC, 100 mA
10-pin removable terminal block
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black (30 % gloss)
35 (w) x 119.5 (h) x 178.4 (d) mm (1.38" x 4.7" x 7.02")
125 g (0.28 lb)
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
• Accessories
10-pin removable terminal plug (preinstalled on the unit) ......... 2
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11.19. D-983 Remote Control Module
Contact Input
Preset Memory
Selection
Control
Volume Control
Channel
Stereo Selection
Contact Output
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
COM + Terminals 1 – 24: Open voltage 5 V DC, short-circuit current 5 mA,
RJ45 connector x 4
Any preset memory can be recalled.
Control method: No-voltage make of over 100 ms or
no-voltage make single pulse of over 100 ms
Any input/output channel volume can be turned UP or DOWN.
Control method: 1 step variation with no-voltage make single pulse of over
100 ms
1 step continuous operation for every 70 ms for no-voltage
make of over 100 ms. Can be reset when at break.
Variable range: –∞ dB to +10 dB
Any input/output channel can be turned ON and OFF.
Control method: No-voltage make of over 100 ms or
no-voltage make single pulse of over 100 ms
Input stereo channel of the D-936R (optional) or the D-937SP (optional) can
be selected.
Control method: No-voltage make of over 100 ms or
no-voltage make single pulse of over 100 ms
COM + Terminals 1 – 16: No-voltage make contact,
contact capacity: 24 V DC, 100 mA,
RJ45 connector x 4
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black (30 % gloss)
35 (w) x 119.5 (h) x 178.4 (d) mm (1.38" x 4.7" x 7.02")
170 g (0.37 lb)
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
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11.20. D-984VC VCA Control Module
VCA Control Input
Contact Input
Preset Memory
Selection
Control
Volume Control
Channel
Stereo Selection
Contact Output
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
+5 V, GND, Terminals 1 – 20 (12 Input channels, 8 output channels),
RJ45 connector x 4
Control contacts: Volume control of each input/output channel
Variable range: –∞ dB to +10 dB
COM + Terminals 1 – 8: Open voltage 5 V DC, short-circuit current 5 mA,
RJ45 connector x 2
Any preset memory can be recalled.
Control method: No-voltage make of over 100 ms or
no-voltage make single pulse of over 100 ms
Any input/output channel volume can be turned UP or DOWN.
Control method: 1 step variation with no-voltage make single pulse of over
100 ms
1 step continuous operation for every 70 ms for no-voltage
make of over 100 ms. Can be reset when at break.
Variable range: –∞ dB to +10 dB
Any input/output channel can be turned ON and OFF.
Control method: No-voltage make of over 100 ms or
no-voltage make single pulse of over 100 ms
Input stereo channel of the D-936R (optional) or the D-937SP (optional) can
be selected.
Control method: No-voltage make of over 100 ms or
no-voltage make single pulse of over 100 ms
COM + Terminals 1 – 8: No-voltage make contact,
contact capacity: 24 V DC, 100 mA,
RJ45 connector x 2
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate, black (30 % gloss)
35 (w) x 119.5 (h) x 178.4 (d) mm (1.38" x 4.7" x 7.02")
170 g (0.37 lb)
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
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11.21. D-2000CB CobraNet Interface Module
Network I/F
Input
Output
Sampling Frequency
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
CobraNet: 100 BASE-TX, PRIMARY/SECONDARY 2 system
RJ45 connector, Enables decentralized installation,
Audio transmission only
Connection cable: Category 5 or higher shielded twisted pair cable for LAN
(CAT5-STP or better)
To be connected via the specified switching hub
Note: This network should be completely independent of
the LAN.
Number of D-2008SP connection: Max. 4
Switching hub stage: Max. 7
Max extend distance: 100 m or 109.36 yd (connected via a switching hub)
16 channels, 20 bit/24 bit
16 channels, 20 bit/24 bit
48 kHz
Panel: Pre-coated steel plate
17 (w) x 80 (h) x 140 (d) mm or 0.67" x 3.15" x 5.51" (excluding projection)
100 g (0.22 lb)
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
• Accessory
Machine screw M3 x 8 .............................................................. 1
11.22. D-2012AS Console Case
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
Side panels:
MDF, paint, black, mat finish
Armrest:
MDF, leather upholstery, black, mat finish
Decorative panels: Stainless steel, silver
505 (w) x 127.5 (h) x 333.4 (d) mm or 19.88" x 5.02" x 13.13" (assembled with
the D-2012C)
2.3 kg or 5.07 lb, 7.5 kg or 16.53 lb (assembled with the D-2012C)
Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
• Accessories
Machine screw M4 x 25 (with washer) ................................... 11
Machine screw M4 x 10 ............................................................ 4
Rubber foot ............................................................................... 4
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