TOA M-864D CE/CE-AU/CE-GB Quick start guide

TOA M-864D CE/CE-AU/CE-GB Quick start guide
A Fader-type Digital Stereo Mixer
for Multi-Purpose Venues
Permitting Analog-feel Parameter Setting
As Well As PC or LAN Operation
TOA's proprietary digital technologie
adjustment for events of all kinds.
TOA's new M-864D digital stereo mixer maintains the basic functionality and operability of its predecessor,
the M-633D, but adds such versatile features as analog-feel fader operation, 8 monaural and 7 stereo input
channels, remote controller operation and fine-tuning of settings with GUI software. With its release, TOA has
made the clear sound achieved by its proprietary resonance control technology available for use in hotel
banquet rooms, multipurpose halls and other facilities that host events of various types.
Digital Stereo Mixer M-864D
Optimal sound control features
• Automatic Resonance Control (ARC) measurement and processing algorithm that optimizes speech
and sound clarity for individual acoustic environments
• Feedback Suppressor (FBS) function that eliminates feedback caused by carrying the microphone
from place to place
• Automatic stereo input mute (Auto Mute or Ducker) function that mutes
stereo input automatically when detecting a monaural control signal
Easy, convenient operation functions
• Analog-feel fine-tuning by slider control
• Front-mounted stereo input allowing connection of digital audio player
• Preset memory enabling operators to store user-specified settings in
response to specific needs
• Interconnection of up to five M-864D units in preset memory system via LAN
• Optional remote control panels (ZM-9011/9012/9013/9014) permitting
convenient remote operation and featuring an assign function supporting
assignment of such settings as volume control, channel ON/OFF,
matrix switching and preset memory recall to specified buttons.
Response to exacting user requirements
• Dedicated GUI software facilitating higher-precision parameter
setting adjustment on PC via Ethernet LAN
Flexible configuration choices
• Stand-alone installation (4U rack-mountable)
• Finer speaker setting possible when used in combination
with optional Digital Speaker Processor DP-SP3
ies enable optimal sound quality
Room Combining Application
5000 Series
Dynamic Microphone
• 4U fader-type digital mixer
• Automatic Resonance Control (ARC) function
• Feedback Suppressor (FBS) function
• Automatic Mute function
• Built-in analog gain/trim control
• Wall-mount remote controller
• Operation by external control device via LAN
• Advanced setting with intuitive GUI software
PC software
4-Channel Digital Amplifier
Ceiling Speaker F-2852C
Ceiling Speaker F-2852C
Remote Controller ZM-9014
Remote Controller ZM-9014
For those who require superior sound quality with easy, one-touch operation
in a single-purpose venue
Dynamic Microphone
5000 Series Wireless Microphone
CD Player
• Compact 1U size
• Automatic Resonance Control (ARC) function
• Feedback Suppressor (FBS) function
• Automatic Clipguard (ACG) function
• Automatic Mute function
M-633D Digital Stereo Mixer
Dual-channel Power Amplifier
SR-H Line Array Speaker
Frequency Response
Sampling Frequency
Dynamic Range
Contact Input
Contact Output
Remote Control Panel
Preset Memory
Signal Processing
Front Panel Section
*0dB = 0.775V
M-864D Digital Stereo Mixer
M-633D Digital Stereo Mixer
20Hz – 20kHz
100dB or more (IHF-A weighted)
0.03% or less, 1kHz, +4dB* input/output, 20Hz – 20kHz BPF
-80dB or less, 1kHz
8 monaural input channels, removable terminal block (3P)
Phantom power (+24V DC, 10mA, ON/OFF switchable for each channel)
Gain setting (settable for each channel)
7 stereo input (L, R) channels (1-A, 1-B, 1-C, 2-A, 2-B, 2-C, front mounted input)
RCA jack (stereo mini jack provided on the front panel)
: -10dB* (max. +10dB*), 10k
Trim gain for each individual channel: - to 0dB (except front mounted input)
4 output channels, +4dB* (max. +24dB*), applicable load 600 or more,
electronically-balanced, removable terminal block (3P)
1 recording output (L, R) channel: -10dB* (max. +10dB*), applicable load
1k or more, RCA jack
Gain is adjustable
8 channels, open voltage: 24V DC, short-circuit current: 5mA,
removable terminal block (10P)
8 channels, no-voltage make contact, contactcapacity: 24V DC/100mA,
removable terminal block (10P)
2 channels, Maximum number of units: 8 units per channel
24V DC input x 2, termination ON/OFF switch x 1, removable terminal block (10P)
Type of cable: Shielded CPEV cable (a pair of data cable and a pair of power supply
cable) or shielded Cat 5 twisted pair cable for LAN (CAT5-STP)
Network I/F: 1 channel of 10BASE-TX (auto-negotiation),
RJ45 connector, connection via switching hub
Network protocol: TCP/IP
Connection cable: Shielded Cat. 5 or higher twisted pair cable for LAN
(CAT5-STP or better)
Maximum cable length: 100m (between M-864D and switching hub)
Automatic Resonance Control (ARC) Function
Feedback Suppressor Function
Filter: 8 channels (each monaural input channel), high-pass filter: 20Hz – 20kHz
Tone Controller: BASS, MID, TREBLE
Paranetric Equalizer: 20Hz – 20kHz, 15dB, 4 channels (each output channel)
Matrix: 12 x 4
Crosspoint Gain: - to 0dB in 1dB steps
Auto Mute Function
Input PAD control, Low cut control, Analog output attenuator control,
Front panel operation lock function, Stereo summing function,
Function setting panel
Input Level Indicator, Output Level Indicator,
ARC Measuring Start Switch: ON/OFF switch,
Feedback Suppressor (FBS) Function: ON/OFF switch,
Low Cut: ON/OFF switch, Stereo Summing: ON/OFF switch
Tone Control: BASS/MID/TRWBLE, Monaural Input,
Analog Setting: Gain setting, PAD ON/OFF, Phantom power ON/OFF
Stereo Input, Analog Setting: Trim setting, REC OUT gain setting,
Preset Memory switch, Front Panel Operation Lock switch,
Operation Status Indication, Analog Volume Fader
Remote control panel: ZM-9011/9012/9013/9014, AC adapter: AD-246
Frequency Response
Sampling Frequency
Dynamic Range
Bus Line
Signal Processing
20Hz – 20kHz
90dB or more (IHF-A weighted)
0.03% or less, 1kHz, -10dB* input, 0dB* output (20Hz – 20kHz BPF)
6 monaural input channels (MONO IN 1 – 6),
selectable independently from 3 types of inputs below for each channel
: -10dB*, 2.4k
: -46dB*, 2.4k
PHANTOM : -46dB*, 2.4k
supplies phantom power of +24V DC, 10mA electronically balanced
Removable terminal block (3 pins), phone jack
3 stereo inputs (L, R) (STEREO IN 1 - 3) -10dB*/10k,
RCA jack (STEREO IN 1 - 3), Stereo mini jack (ST IN 1)
2 monaural output channels (MONO OUT 1, 2),
0dB* (applicable load: 1k or more), electronically balanced,
removable terminal block (3 pins)
1 stereo output (L, R) channels (ST OUT L, R)
0dB* (applicable load: 1k or more), electronically balanced,
removable terminal block (3 pins)
1 stereo recording output (L, R) channels (ST OUT L, R)
-10dB* (applicable load: 1k or more), RCA jack
Monaural channel x 2, Stereo channel x 1
Automatic Resonance Control (ARC) Function,
Feedback Suppressor Function, Automatic Clipguard Function,
Automatic Mute Function
*0dB = 1V
Personal Computer Requirements
CPU: Pentium 4, 2GHz or faster/ Memory: 1.5GB or more (2GB recommended)
Display: 1024 x 768 resolution or higher
Free hard Disk Space: 16MB or more. however 600MB or more is required for the
32-bit version or 1.5GB or more for the 64-bit version when "NET Framework"
is not yet installed
Optical Driver: CD-ROM drive, Network Adapter: 10BASE-T or faster connection
Windows XP SP3 or later, Windows Vista (32/64-it) SP1 or later,
Windows 7 (32/64-it edition)
Required Component
NET Framework 4 Client Profile
*Windows is a registered trademark or trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
*Pentium is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation.
*Other company names and products are also trademarks of individual companies.
Optional Remote Control Panels
Human Society with
Sound & Communication
TOA Corporation
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Printed in Japan (1305) 833-64-125-6B u
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