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Shure SCM262 Stereo Mixer User guide
SCM262
스테레오 믹서
The Shure stereo microphone mixer, SCM262, user guide.
Version: 4 (2019-G)
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Table of Contents
내부 수정
SCM262스테레오 믹서
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중요 안전 지침
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General Description
4
Features
Front Panel
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Rear Panel
5
DIP Switches
6
Applications
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9
Internal Modifications
9
Disassembly
9
Supplied Hardware
12
Rackmount Installation
12
Stand-Alone Installation
14
Fixed Installation
14
사양
Voltage Gain (typical, controls full clockwise)
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교체용 부품
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액세서리 선택 사양
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General Application
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Paging with Ducking Application
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Jukebox Mute Application
8
서비스 고지사항
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인증
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Connections
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SCM262
스테레오 믹서
중요 안전 지침
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이 지침을 정독해 주십시오.
이 지침을 잘 보관해 주십시오.
모든 경고에 유의하십시오.
모든 지침을 준수하십시오.
이 기기를 물 가까이에 두고 사용하지 마십시오.
마른 수건으로만 닦으십시오.
환기구를 막지 마십시오. 적합한 환기를 위해 충분히 거리를 두고 제조업체의 안내서에 따라 설치하십시오.
개방된 화염, 난방기, 방열 조절기, 스토브, 기타 열을 발산하는 기기(앰프포함) 등의 열원 근처에 설치하지 마십시오. 제품 위에
개방된 화염원을 올려 놓지 마십시오.
안전을 위해 만들어진 분극형 또는 접지형의 플러그를 훼손하지 마십시오. 분극형 플러그에는 폭이 다른 두 개의 핀이 있습니
다. 접지형 플러그에는 두 개의 핀과 하나의 접지 단자가 있습니다. 넓은 핀이나 접지 단자는 사용자의 안전을 위한 것입니다.
제공된 플러그가 콘센트에 맞지 않을 경우, 전기 기사에게 문의하여 구형 콘센트를 교체하십시오.
전원 코드는 밟히지 않도록 주의하고 특히 전원 플러그 사이, 접속 소켓 및 기기에서 나오는 부분에 전원 코드가 끼이지 않도록
보호하십시오.
제조업체가 지정한 부속품/액세서리만 사용하십시오.
제조업체에서 지정하거나 기기와 함께 판매되는 카트, 스탠드, 삼각대, 받침대 또는 테이블에서만 사용하십시오. 카트를 사용하
는 경우, 이동 시 카트와 기기가 넘어져 부상을 입지 않도록 주의하십시오.
13. 낙뢰시 또는 장기간 사용하지 않을 때는 기기의 전원을 빼놓으십시오.
14. 모든 서비스는 검증된 서비스 담당자에게 받으십시오. 전원 코드나 플러그가 손상된 경우, 기기에 액체를 흘리거나 물건을 떨어
뜨린 경우, 기기가 비나 습기에 노출된 경우, 기기가 정상 작동하지 않는 경우, 기기를 떨어뜨린 경우 등 기기가 손상된 경우에
는 서비스를 받아야 합니다.
15. 기기에 물을 떨어뜨리거나 뿌리지 마십시오. 화병과 같이 물이 담긴 물체를 기기 위에 올려놓지 마십시오.
16. MAINS 플러그나 기기용 커플러는 작동 가능한 상태를 유지해야 합니다.
17. 기기의 공기매개 잡음은 70dB(A)을 초과하지 않아야 합니다.
18. CLASS I 구조의 기기는 MAINS 소켓 콘센트에 보호 접지 연결 방식으로 연결되어야 합니다.
19. 화재나 감전 위험을 줄이려면 이 기기를 빗물 또는 습기에 노출시키지 마십시오.
20. 이 제품을 개조하려고 시도하지 마십시오. 사람이 다치거나 제품이 고장을 일으킬 수 있습니다.
21. 이 제품은 명시된 작동 온도 범위내에서 사용하십시오.
이 기호는 기기에 전기 쇼크 위험을 유발하는 위험한 전압이 흐른다는 것을 의미합니다.
이 기호는 이 기기와 함께 제공된 문서에 중요한 작동 및 유지보수 지침의 내용이 들어 있다는 것을 의미합니다.
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경고: 경고: 이 기기의 전압은 생명에 위험을 줍니다. 내부에는 사용자가 수리할 수 있는 부품이 없습니다. 모든 서비스는 검증된 서비스
담당자에게 받으십시오. 작동 전압이 공장 설정치와 다르게 변경되었을 경우에는 안전 증명이 적용되지 않습니다.
General Description
The Shure Model SCM262 is a stereo mixer intended for sound reinforcement applications that integrate microphones with
consumer stereo products. It incorporates two active-balanced microphone inputs with three unbalanced stereo aux level
inputs.
The SCM262 Stereo Mixer is designed for restaurants, classrooms, corporate training, aerobics classes, and other situations
where a paging/public announcement system is combined with background music or other program material.
Features
• Designed to combine paging with background music
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One active-balanced, XLR microphone input channel
One active-balanced XLR microphone and 1/4-in. TRS line input channel
Three STEREO INPUT channels
Stereo AUX level OUTPUTs
Stereo MIC/LINE OUTPUTs
BASS and TREBLE tone controls on the master output
1/2-rack chassis
12 V phantom power for condenser microphones
Internal power supply
Removable power cable
Ducking function (defeatable)
Jukebox mute function (defeatable)
Front Panel
① MIC Channel Gain Controls, 1-2.
Control the gain levels of the MIC channels and LINE IN 2 (MIC 2).
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② STEREO Channel Gain Controls, 1-3.
Control the gain levels from CD players, juke boxes, VCRs, or other consumer stereo equipment connected to the STEREO
inputs.
③ BASS and TREBLE Controls.
Control the boost/cut of the low- and high-frequency of the shelving filters.
④ MASTER Gain Control.
Allows adjustment of the overall output gain.
⑤ POWER Indicator.
Lights up to indicate when the unit is plugged in and receiving power.
The SCM262 does not have a power switch. To turn the unit off, unplug the power cord or use an external power strip with a switch. However, it can remain
plugged in as it uses very little power when idle.
⑥ POWER Switch.
Country dependent.
Rear Panel
① Power Connector.
Accepts 100-120 Vac (SCM262) or 220-240 Vac (SCM262E).
② Left/Right MIC/LINE Output Connectors.
These 1/4-in. connectors are stereo, balanced outputs for use with professional audio equipment. Controlled by DIP switch.
③ Left/Right AUX Output Connectors.
These phono jacks are stereo, unbalanced outputs for use with consumer stereo equipment.
④ DIP Switches.
These allow you to adjust the SCM262 for specific applications. See DIP Switches.
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⑤ Left/Right STEREO INPUTS, 1-3.
These phono jacks are stereo inputs for connection to consumer stereo devices.
⑥ MIC Channel 2 INPUT.
Microphone channel 2 has two available inputs. There is a 1/4-in. connector for balanced/unbalanced line-level
connections, or an XLR connector for balanced mic-level connections.
⑦ MIC Channel 1 INPUT.
This is an XLR connector for balanced mic-level connections.
DIP Switches
DIP SWITCH
FUNCTION
POSITION UP (default)
POSITION DOWN
1
LEFT OUTPUT MIC/LINE
Line
Mic
2
RIGHT OUTPUT MIC/LINE
Line
Mic
3
MIC 1 DUCKING
Off
On
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DIP SWITCH
FUNCTION
POSITION UP (default)
POSITION DOWN
4
MIC 2 DUCKING
Off
On
5
DUCKING LEVEL
–∞
-20 dB
6
STEREO 3 JUKEBOX
MUTE
Off
On
7
12 V PHANTOM
Off
On
LEFT/RIGHT OUTPUT MIC/LINE: DIP switches 1 and 2 adjust the left and right outputs for line- or mic-level operation.
MIC 1/MIC 2 Ducking: When ducking is on, the SCM262 will automatically lower the gain of all STEREO inputs when
someone is speaking into one of the microphones.
DUCKING LEVEL: Adjusts the amount of STEREO channel gain reduction when ducking is activated.
STEREO 3 JUKEBOX MUTE: This DIP switch turns the Juke Box Mute feature on or off. When on, any source connected to
STEREO 3 will mute STEREO 1 and 2 inputs.
PHANTOM POWER: When in the down position, this switch activates a 12 V phantom power source for condenser
microphones. Phantom power does not affect the operation of balanced, dynamic microphones, so one can be connected to
the SCM262 in combination with a condenser microphone.
Applications
General Application
This is a general setup for most situations which require the combined use of a professional microphone and consumer stereo
equipment. Using this general setup, there are several other options available for further adjusting the SCM262 for your sound
system. See the diagram on the facing page.
1. Turn all gain controls counterclockwise.
2. Connect L/R STEREO INPUTS of the SCM262 to the L/R stereo outputs of the desired stereo audio equipment (CD
players, VCRs, televisions, juke boxes, etc.).
3. Connect microphone(s) to the MIC INPUTS on the SCM262.
4. For microphones which require phantom power, such as condenser microphones, place DIP switch 7 in the down
position (phantom power on).
5. Connect the L/R outputs of the SCM262 to the L/R inputs of the amplifier.
Note: If you are using a consumer stereo amplifier, use the AUX OUTs. If you are using a professional audio power amplifier, use the LINE OUTs.
The MIC/LINE and AUX OUTPUTs can be used simultaneously to feed two separate amplifiers.
6. Apply power to the mixer by connecting the supplied power cable between the power connector on the mixer and the
appropriate AC power supply. The green POWER LED will illuminate to indicate that the mixer is powered on.
Note: The SCM262 has no power switch*. It is designed to be plugged into a power strip which supports the whole sound system. A typical power
strip will have a power switch, so that when the power strip is powered on, the SCM262 is powered on. (*Power Switch, country dependent).
Paging with Ducking Application
With Ducking on, the SCM262 will automatically sense when someone is talking into one of the microphones and lower the
volume of the music so the talker can be heard more clearly. Once the talker is finished, the music resumes.
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Use a microphone with an ON/OFF or pushbutton switch for the Paging with Ducking Application. A microphone without a switch will false-trigger, causing
unwanted interruptions in the program material.
1. Connect the SCM262 to the sound system as described in General Application.
2. Set DIP switch 3 or 4 to the down position to activate ducking for microphone channel 1 or 2, respectively.
3. Set DIP switch 5 position. The Down position sets the ducking so that the program sound is lowered 20 dB when
someone uses a microphone. The Up position sets the ducking so that the program sound is muted when someone
uses a microphone.
Jukebox Mute Application
In this application, designed primarily for Jukeboxes, any sound source connected to the STEREO 3 channels will
automatically mute any sound coming over the STEREO 1 and 2 channels. This way, a CD player can be playing music, and
then when someone plays a song on the Jukebox, the SCM262 will automatically mute the CD player channels and switch to
the Jukebox. STEREO 1 and 2 channels will remain muted for about 30 seconds after program material is finished, to allow the
jukebox time to move on to the next song.
1. Connect the SCM262 to the sound system as described in General Application.
2. Connect the L/R audio outputs of the jukebox to the L/R inputs of STEREO 3.
This feature is designed especially for use with jukeboxes, but will work for any equipment connected to STEREO 3.
3. Set DIP Switch 6 to the down position (Jukebox Mute on).
If the ducking application is used in conjuction with the Jukebox Mute application, then activated microphones will mute
or duck the STEREO 3 input.
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Connections
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Internal Modifications
Voltages in this equipment are hazardous to life. No user-serviceable parts inside. Refer all servicing and modifications to
qualified service personnel.
Disassembly
To access the printed circuit board (pc board) for internal modifications, use the following steps:
1. Unplug the power cord.
2. Remove the knobs and retainer nuts from the front panel.
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3. Remove the two screws at each bottom corner of the front panel.
4. Remove the four screws at each corner of the back panel.
5. Slide the back panel and pc board out from the rear of the chassis.
When reassembling the SCM262, DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN the knob retainer nuts. Use a minimal amount of force to
secure the nut (0.6-0.8 N-m (5-7 in-lb)). Damage to the internal components will result if too much force is used.
Mono Mixer Modification
This modification allows all the inputs to be mixed to a single mono signal sent over both the left and right outputs.
Short jumper X203.
Phantom Power Disable
This modification disables the phantom power per channel.
To disable the phantom power from mic 1, remove resistor R121. To disable the phantom power from mic 2, remove resistor
R122.
15 dB Mic Preamplifier Pad
When a microphone has an extremely high signal, getting the desired gain might be difficult - a small turn of the gain control
might change the sound from a whisper to deafeningly loud. This modification adds a 15 dB Mic preamplifier pad to allow more
accurate gain adjustment with extremely high microphone signals.
Remove R160 (mic 1) or R183 (mic 2).
Hard Panning MIC Channels
To remove MIC 1 from the left outputs, remove R912. To remove MIC 1 from the right outputs, remove R913.
To remove MIC 2/LINE 2 from the left outputs, remove R910. To remove MIC 2/LINE 2 from the right outputs, remove R911.
Low-Cut Filter
To eliminate the 80 Hz, low-cut filter, remove resistor R501 (mic 1), or resistor R519 (mic 2). Place a 10 to 33 µF capacitor in
X501 (mic 1) or R502 (mic 2). The polarity of the capacitor does not matter. To change the frequency of the low cut filter,
remove resistor R501 (mic 1) or R519 (mic2), and place the proper capacitor into X501 (mic 1) or X502 (mic 2) to get the
desired corner frequency.
The following tables list the low-cut frequency corners for some of the most common capacitor values:
Capacitor Value
Corner Frequency
.033 µF
803 Hz
.047 µF
564 Hz
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Capacitor Value
Corner Frequency
.068 µF
390 Hz
.1 µF
265 Hz
.22 µF
120 Hz
Capacitor Value
Corner Frequency
.33 µF
80 Hz
.47 µF
56 Hz
.68 µF
39 Hz
1.0 µF
26.5 Hz
2.2 µF
12 Hz
Ducking Depth
This modification adjusts the level of ducking depth attenuation of the input channels when ducking is activated.
The aux ducking depth may be changed by removing resistor R213 and inserting a resistor into jumper X202. Use the following
tables to determine the proper resistor value for the desired ducking depth.
Ducking Depth
Resistor Value
6 dB
4,000 Ω
9 dB
5,000 Ω
15 dB
7,500 Ω
20 dB
10,000 Ω
24 dB
12,000 Ω
29 dB
15,000 Ω
Ducking Depth
Resistor Value
36 dB
20,000 Ω
42 dB
25,000 Ω
47 dB
30,000 Ω
50 dB
33,000 Ω
55 dB
40,000 Ω
Ducking Threshold
This modification adjusts the threshold for activating the ducking circuit.
The ducking threshold can be raised or lowered by first removing resistor R333, and then placing a resistor (R) at jumper X303.
To lower the ducking threshold, use a resistor value (R) less than 2k ohms. To raise the ducking threshold, use a resistor value
(R) greater then 2k ohms.
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Supplied Hardware
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4 rubber feet. For stand-alone installation.
1 rackmount bracket, long. For half-rack (single unit) installations.
1 rackmount bracket, short. For half-rack (single) or dual-mount installations.
2 straddle brackets. For dual-mount or fixed installations.
12 bracket screws, 1/4-in. (6 mm). For securing the brackets to the chassis.
4 rackmount screws, 1 in. (2.5 cm). For mounting the unit in a rack.
4 plastic washers. For use with the supplied rackmount screws.
4 wood screws, 1/2 in. (1.25 cm). For fixed installations.
Rackmount Installation
The SCM262 can be mounted as a single unit or dual-mounted with either another SCM262 or another Shure half-rack unit
such as the SCM268 or DFR11EQ. Attach the rackmount brackets using one of the following methods:
Single unit (half-rack) installation:
1. Attach the short and long rackmount brackets to the SCM262 with eight (8) of the supplied bracket screws.
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Dual-mounted installation:
1. Connect the two units together side-by-side using two (2) straddle brackets. The brackets should straddle the recessed
edges on the top and bottom of each chassis. Fasten them using eight (8) bracket screws.
Be sure to use both straddle brackets-one on the top and one on the bottom.
2. Attach the short rackmount brackets to the outsides of the combined units with eight (8) of the bracket screws.
3. After attaching the brackets, mount the unit in an equipment rack using the supplied rackmount screws and plastic
washers.
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Stand-Alone Installation
1. Adhere the four (4) supplied rubber feet to the bottom of the unit at each corner. This will keep it from sliding and
protect the table surface.
Fixed Installation
To permanently affix the SCM262 above or below a table, shelf, or counter top, use the following steps:
1. Fasten the straddle brackets to the recessed edges of the chassis using four (4) bracket screws.
Top Mount: Fasten the straddle brackets to the bottom of the unit.
Hanging Mount: Fasten the straddle brackets to the top of the unit.
2. Fasten the straddle brackets to the surface using the four (4) supplied wood screws.
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사양
주파수 응답
1 kHz에서
Mic/Line 스위치
150 Hz ~ 20 kHz ±2 dB
Aux 입력
20 Hz ~ 20 kHz ±2 dB
로우 컷 필터
80 Hz 미만에서 -6 dB/옥타브
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전 고조파 왜율
1 kHz, +4 dBu 출력, +0 dB에서 믹스 출력 (마스터)
<0.25%
동일한 입력 노이즈
150Ω 밸런스드 소스, A-Weighted
-128 dBV
출력 소음
채널 컨트롤 완전한 시계 반대 방향, A-Weighted
마스터 완전한 시계 반대 방향
-95 dBV
마스터 완전한 시계 방향
-59 dBV
CMR (Common Mode Rejection)
>70 dB, 1 kHz에서
극성
모든 출력에 대한 모든 입력이 넌 인버팅임.
과부하 및 단락 방지
장기간 동안의 단락 출력도 손상을 주지 않음. 마이크 입력이 최대 +10 dBV의 신호에도 손상되지 않음, 라인 및
보조 입력이 최대 +28 dBV의 신호에도 손상되지 않음
이퀄라이제이션
베이스(저주파수 쉘빙, 코너 주파수 250 Hz)
±6 dB
트레블(고주파수 쉘빙, 코너 주파수 4 kHz)
±6 dB
더킹
마이크 채널 1 및 2 레벨
-20 dB 또는 -∞ dB
Activation time
10 ms, 일반
마이크 비활성 시간
2 초, 일반
주크박스 음소거 비활성 시간
30 초, 일반
팬텀 파워
680 Ω 저항을 통한 12 Vdc 개방회로
동작 전압
SCM262
100~200 V AC, 50/60 Hz, 60 mA
SCM262E
220~240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, 30 mA
온도 범위
작동 온도
-7° ~ 35° C (20° ~95° F)
보관 온도
-29° ~ 74° C (-20° ~165° F)
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크기
43 x 218 x 162 mm (1.72 x 8.60 x 6.37 in.)
순중량
1.1 kg (2 lbs, 5 oz.)
Voltage Gain (typical, controls full clockwise)
Output
Input
Mic
Line
Aux
Low-impedance mic (150
Ω)
32 dB
72 dB
60 dB
Line
-9 dB
31 dB
19 dB
Stereo
-5 dB
35 dB
23 dB
Designed for use with
Actual (typical)
Input Clipping Level
Mic (XLR)
<600 Ω
1.4 kΩ
-16 dBV
Line
<10 kΩ
155 kΩ
+24 dBV
Stereo
<2 kΩ
21 kΩ
>28 dBV
Designed for use with
Actual (typical)
Output Clipping Level
Mic
>600 Ω
3Ω
-22 dBV
Line
>5 kΩ
300 Ω
+18 dBV
Aux
≥10 kΩ
1.5 kΩ
+5 dBV
Inputs
Impedance
Input
Outputs
Impedance
Output
교체용 부품
Knob, Master (blue)
95B8752
Knob, Channel Gain (white)
95A8752
Line (Power) Cords: SCM262: 100-120 Vac (US/Canada)
95B8762
Line (Power) Cords: SCM262E: 220-240 Vac (EU)
95B8778
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Fuse: SCM262 (5x20 mm, 250V, 100mA, time delay)
80Z730
SCM262E (5x20 mm, 250v, 40mA, time delay)
80M258
Hardware Kit
90AW8100
연결 막대(브라켓)
53B8443
Single Mount Bracket
53A8484
Dual Mount Bracket
53E8484
액세서리 선택 사양
Line (Power) Cord, 230-240 Vac (UK)
95A8713
서비스 고지사항
추가 서비스나 부품 정보는 Shure의 미국 지역 서비스 부서(1-800-516-2525, 미국 지역만 해당)로 연락하십시오. 미국 외 지역에서는 가까운 공인 Shure 서비스 센터로
연락하십시오.
인증
이 제품은 관련된 모든 유럽 지침의 필수 요건을 충족하며 CE 마크를 사용할 자격이 있습니다.
CE 적합성 선언은 다음 사이트에서 확인할 수 있습니다: www.shure.com/europe/compliance
공인 유럽 대리점:
Shure Europe GmbH
유럽, 중동, 아프리카 본부
부서: EMEA 승인
Jakob-Dieffenbacher-Str. 12
75031 Eppingen, Germany
전화: +49-7262-92 49 0
팩스: +49-7262-92 49 11 4
이메일: info@shure.de
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