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TOA EV-700 W Quick start guide
EV-700
Digital Announcer
Optimize your PA system with versatile control
Adding the TOA EV-700 Digital Announcer to your existing PA system provides numerous benefits for
large facilities ranging from retail stores and shopping malls to schools, factories and railway lines. The
EV-700 permits easy manual distribution or automatic activation by external device of timed and repeat
announcements, BGM and other audio programs with excellent sound quality. Creation and editing of
various sound source files and programs, updating of settings and activation of announcements can be
handled easily by direct input or managed remotely via a network. And prerecorded emergency messages are ready for broadcast the moment they are needed.
Superior sound quality
Flexible sound source customization
Sound source files containing announcements, BGM, chimes
and other content are recorded on a memory card, eliminating concerns about deterioration in sound quality with repeated playback.
Users can create or edit/update sound source files by directly inputting new phrases or combining prerecorded phrases
to create audio programs that meet their particular PA needs.
• Recording in high-quality WAV format (44.1 kHz/32 kHz, 16 bit)
• Creation/editing/storage on a memory card (storage capacity
32,768 sound source files and 256 audio programs)
• Supplied a memory card (1 GB)*
• 35 preinstalled sound source files
• Automatic gain control (AGC) function for adjusting the playback
volume to a reference level
32,768 Phrases
Chime
* Extra memory card slot provided for mounting of second card for recovery or backup.
WAV file
00001
Phrase1
Message
WAV file
00002
Phrase 2
256 Programs
BGM
WAV file
00001
P001
00002 00033
P002
32768
Phrase 32678
00030 00030 00030 00030 P256
Notes:
1. Phrase: A single WAV sound source file
2. Program: Audio broadcast data comprising one or more phrases
Dedicated software enabling remote setting
and operation
Retail chain
Retail
Installation of dedicated software enables staff in any networked location to create, edit, store and activate broadcast
programs on a PC. The timing of new or edited programs and
settings can be synchronized so that programs are broadcast simultaneously in every location on the network. Benefits include time and cost savings as well as greatly enhanced operating flexibility.
Shop A
Retail
LAN
Shop B
Retail
Head Office
Shop C
Change of programs and settings
• On-screen GUI facilitating intuitive remote storage of sound source
files and activation of broadcasts
• Full-Function Mode for management of detailed settings by
equipment administrators
• Simple Mode for basic operation by novice users
Full-Function Mode
Simple Mode
functions and high-quality digital sound
Interactive operation with external devices
The EV-700 can be operated in conjunction with a variety of external devices.
• The EV-700’s operating status can be indicated with an LED in the control room.
• An indicator reminds operators during the recording or program deletion process that no broadcasting can be conducted.
• Playback of sound source files activates broadcasting patterns in a connected matrix device.
Matrix
Program# 025
Program#162
Control
Matrix
Control
Front Panel
Timer
Message, BGM, etc.
PC (software)
Amplifier
Other control in
Prompt emergency broadcasting
■ Prerecorded emergency announcements are stored for immediate broadcast when needed.
• Emergency broadcasts prioritized in emergency situations
• The broadcasting zones and number or lengths of repeat broadcasts can be set in advance.
FDS
Intruder Alert
BGM
X
Emergency announcements
Amplifier
PC (software)
■ R.E.M. (Recording Endless Message) function enabling operators to create/initiate repeated play back of emergency
announcements quickly and evacuate with other occupants before anticipated emergencies such as tsunami
Specifications
Power Source
Supplied from an external 24 V DC (21.6 − 26.4 V)/400 mA power supply,Removable terminal block (2 pins) or from an optional AD-246 AC adapter
Power Consumption
10 W
Wave Format
44.1 kHz/32 kHz sampling rate, 16 bits PCM, WAV file (monaural)
Sound Source Rewriting
Method
LAN data transfer/Analog recording/
Direct write to memory card using the setting software
Audio Input
MIC: −55 dB*1 (microphone input volume control in maximum position), 600 Ω, unbalanced, ø6.3 phone jack (2P)
LINE(rear): −20 dB*1 (line input volume control in maximum position), 10 kΩ, unbalanced, Removable terminal block (12 pins)
LINE(front): −29 dB*1 (line input volume control in maximum position), 10 kΩ, unbalanced, RCA pin jack
Audio Output
LINE 1, 2: 0 dB*1, 600 Ω, unbalanced, Removable terminal block (12 pins)
Headphones: 0 dB*1, 100 Ω, monaural, ø3.5 mini jack (3P)
Frequency Response
20 Hz − 20 kHz ±3 dB (1 kHz)
50 Hz − 14 kHz ±3 dB (IT-450 mounted, 1 kHz)
Distortion
0.3 % or less (1 kHz, rated output)
Storage Media
Compatible with CompactFlash™ specification Memory card
Number of Mountable Memory
cards
2 (1 Memory card containing preset sound sources is supplied.)
Backup operation available when 2 cards are mounted.
Number of Recordable
Phrases
32768
Maximum Recording Time
About 3 hours (at 44.1 kHz sampling rate) or about 4 hours (at 32 kHz sampling rate)
Audio Output Method
Single channel monaural
Number of Playback Program
Direct mode: 16 programs
Binary mode: 256 programs
1 emergency message takes precedence over the above programs and is played back.
R.E.M. (Recording Endless Message) playback *2 can be performed.
Control Input
Activations 1 − 16, playback, stop, recording, erasure/clear, emergency playback, emergency recording, emergency stop
No-voltage make contact input, pulse make length: 50 ms or more, open voltage: 30 V DC, short-circuit current: 10 mA,
Removable terminal block (16 pins)
Control Output
Shorting outputs 1 − 8 (busy), Error: contact capacity: 30 V DC, 0.5 A, Removable terminal block (8 pins)
Network
Network I/F
Network protocol
Connector
100BASE-TX
TCP/IP, UDP, HTTP, FTP
RJ45 connector
Operating Display
7-segment LED, 5 digits
Operating Temperature
0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 122 °F)
Operating Humidity
0 %RH or less (no condensation)
Finish
Panel: Aluminum, black, 30 % gloss, paint
Case: Pre-coated steel plate, black, 30 % gloss
Dimensions
420 (W) x 44 (H) x 222 (D) mm (16.54" x 1.73" x 8.74")
Weight
2.4 kg (5.29 lbs.)
Accessory
Memory card (Containing prerecorded audio files) x 1, Rubber foot x 4, Removable terminal plug (2 pins) x 1,
Removable terminal plug (8 pins) x 2, Removable terminal plug (16 pins) x 2, Removable terminal plug (12 pins) x 2,
Front cover fixing screw x 2, CD (setting software) x 1
Option
AC adapter: AD-246, Rack mounting bracket: MB-15B
*1 0 dB = 1 V
*2 An emergency broadcast function that repeatedly plays the sound source recorded on the spot with the highest priority in case of an emergency situation.
Notes
• Line output can be converted to balanced type using an optional IT-450 transformer.
• CompactFlash is a trademark of SanDisk Corporation.
TOA Corporation
Specifications are subject to change without notice. (201906) 833-61-100-25-02
www.toa.jp
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