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MPZ-461

MATRIX AMPLIFIER WITH USB/SD/MP3 PLAYER,

BLUETOOTH RECEIVER AND FM TUNER

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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DESCRIPTION

Amplifier with 5-input channel matrix and USB/SD/MP3 player with digital FM tuner assignable to 4 output zones with independent volume control. Possibility of remote paging using a microphone with zone selector model

M-46

.

Suitable for multi-zone commercial installations with various music programs.

CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS

FRONT PANEL

1.- MP3 Module

1.-

SD

: SD memory card reader.

2.-

USB

: USB storage device connection port.

3.MP3 module information screen.

4.-

IR

: remote control MP3 infrared signal receiver.

5,7.{

/

} : in playback mode, a short press of these buttons allows you to skip to the previous/next song. In radio mode, a short press of these buttons allows you to skip to the previous/next preset station.

A long press of these buttons allows the volume to be turned up or down.

6.12 : in playback mode, a short press of this button allows you to start/pause the playback. In radio mode, a short press allows you to search for stations automatically.

8.-

MODE

: allows the audio source to be selected from the USB storage device, SD memory card, bluetooth receiver or FM radio tuner.

A long press of this button turns the MP3 module on/off.

2.-

BASS

: control which amplifies or softens low frequencies.

3.-

TREBLE

: control which amplifies or softens high frequencies.

4.-

CH LEVEL

: volume control of the corresponding input channel.

5.-

POWER/PROT: on/off and equipment protection indicator light. When it is lit in blue, the machine is working properly. If the amplifier activates the protection, the indicator will turn red.

6.MUTE indicator light. Lights up when the audio output of the MP3 module is deactivated.

7.-

MUTE

: button that activates/disables the audio output of the MP3 module.

8.-

Z1-Z4

: allows the signal from the MP3 module to be assigned to one or more output zones. When a zone is selected, the corresponding button illuminates.

9.Indicator light that lights up when the audio output of the input channel is deactivated.

10.-

MUTE

: button that activates/disables the audio output of the corresponding input channel.

11.-

MONITOR LEVEL

: a rotating dial that regulates the volume of the monitor output.

12.-

Z1-Z4

: to assign the input signal corresponding to one or more exit zones. When a zone is selected, the corresponding button illuminates.

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13,- Signal level indicators for the corresponding output.

14.-

MON Z1-Z4

: you can select which zone you want to listen to with the MONITOR output. When a zone is selected, the corresponding button is illuminated.

15.-

ZONE 1-4 LEVEL

: a rotating dial that regulates the output volume of each zone.

16.-

ON/OFF: on/off switch.

REAR PANEL

1.-

MONITOR (1 W, 8 Ω): output for connection of a low impedance loudspeaker 8 Ω to monitor the output.

2.-

PRIORITY: when closing the contacts of these two terminals, the order of priority of the inputs changes.

The order of priority without closing the contacts is as follows:

TEL.PAGING > MIC 1 >

M-46

Microphone > MIC 2, MIC 3, LINE 4, LINE 5, MP3 Module.

The order of priority when closing the contacts is as follows:

MIC 1 > TEL.PAGING >

M-46

Microphone > MIC 2, MIC 3, LINE 4, LINE 5, MP3 Module.

3.-

TEL. PAGING

: telephone input connection terminals. These allow you to connect to a telephone switchboard to prioritize paging over other inputs. Make the connection between terminals T and G.

Consult the characteristics of the control unit to adjust to the input level of the amplifier.

4.-

FM ANT:

FM antenna input.

5.-

LINE OUT

: balanced or unbalanced line output. Signal output for recording, mixer, power stage, etc., screw terminal connections. general speaker output. For connection of low impedance 4 Ω and high impedance 100 or 70 V lines, connect the speaker line between the COM terminal and the desired impedance or V line.

7.-

GND LIFT: this switch is normally in the GND position. If there are grounding noises, switch to the LIFT position, disconnecting the device from the ground.

8.AC power socket.

9.-

ZONE: microswitches to select in which zone or zones the TEL PAGING input will be heard.

10.-

VOLUME: a rotating dial that regulates the volume of the TEL PAGING input.

11.-

CH 4, CH 5

: line level inputs. Allow for the connection of audio sources, 2 x RCA connectors.

12.-

GAIN

: rotating dials that regulate the level of the input signals from CH 4 and CH 5.

13.-

PHANTOM/LINE/MIC

: There are 3 positions to select from:

LINE: in this position, line level audio sources can be connected to inputs from CH 1 to CH 3, such as a pre-amplified desktop microphone or to the line level output of a mixer.

MIC: in this position, balanced or unbalanced, dynamic or electret condenser microphones can be connected to inputs from CH 1 to CH 3, powered by batteries that do not require phantom power.

PHANTOM: in this position, electret condenser microphones requiring phantom power can be connected to inputs CH 1 to CH 3 (48 V between pins 3 and 1, 2 and 1 of the XLR connector). Use this switch with the volume set to minimum to avoid damage.

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14.-

CH 1, CH 2, CH 3: these inputs use a combo connector (XLR and 6.3 mm stereo jack). You can connect balanced and unbalanced microphone signals and microphones that require phantom power, as well as balanced or unbalanced line signals.

15.-

GAIN

: rotating dials that regulate the level of input signals from CH 1 to CH 3.

16.-

REMOTE MIC INPUT

: input to connect the

M-46, zone selector microphone, RJ45 connector.

17.-

RS-232

: allows the system to be controlled via the RS-232 serial port. For more information, refer to the

Communication Protocol section.

REMOTE CONTROL

1.q : turns the MP3 module on/off.

2.-

STOP

: in playback mode, stops playback.

3.- Activates/disables the audio output of the MP3 module.

4.-

MODE: allows the audio source to be selected from the USB storage device, SD memory card, bluetooth receiver or FM radio tuner.

5In playback mode, allows you to select from the following playback modes:

ONE (repeat one song), Fod (repeat folder), Nor (normal playback), Rdo (random playback) and ALL

(repeat all).

6.-

EQ: equalization control.

7.7 / 8 : in playback mode, a press of these buttons allows you to skip to the previous/next song, a long press will allow you to quickly rewind/advance the track. In radio mode a press of these buttons allows you to skip to the previous/next preset station.

8.12 : in playback mode, a short press of this button allows you to start and pause playback. In FM mode, a short press allows you to automatically search for stations.

9.MP3 module volume controls.

10.-

0-9

: numeric buttons to automatically select the desired audio track or FM station.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

M-46 MICROPHONE CONNECTION

To connect the

M-46 microphone to the

MPZ-461

, multi-zone amplifier, use the data cable supplied with the microphone.

The microphone is powered by the data and audio cable. If the distance is more than 50 meters, the microphone must be powered using the supplied power adapter because of losses in the data cable.

PAGING FROM THE M-46 MICROPHONE

Select the zones to which you want to send alerts with the ZONE 1 to 4 buttons on the

M-46 microphone and then press the TALK button. Once the announcement is complete, press the TALK button again and disable the zone selector on the

M-46 microphone.

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If the CHIME button is pressed before the TALK button, each time a warning is to be given, chimes will sound.

It is necessary to press the CHIME button again to deactivate the chimes.

By pressing the ALL CALL button, all zones are selected/deselected simultaneously for paging.

INPUT PRIORITY

The priority function automatically decreases the level of the lowest priority entries so that the message emitted by the highest priority entries can be heard clearly.

The first priority level consists of the MIC 1 and TEL.PAGING signals. The status of PRIORITY contact closure will determine which of these two inputs has the highest priority.

The second level of priority corresponds to the signal of the microphone mod.

M-46, which in turn has priority over the inputs MIC 2, MIC 3, LINE 4, LINE 5 and the MP3 module.

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CONNECTION

- Connections should be made only when the amplifier and all audio system components have been turned off and disconnected from power.

- Connect the microphones via the CH1 to CH3 inputs and select whether to activate phantom power (for condenser microphones) or not (dynamic microphones). If you want to be able to send alerts to each zone individually, connect the

M-46 microphone via the REMOTE MIC INPUT port.

Connect the audio sources via the CH 4 and CH 5 inputs.

- Use the low impedance output 4 Ω or the high impedance line output 100 or 70 V, depending on the type of speakers you are connecting. Do not use both output types at the same time.

When using the low impedance output, you must connect the loudspeakers in a series/parallel circuit, so that the load impedance of the loudspeakers equals the output impedance of the amplifier and the power supplied by the amplifier does not exceed the power supported by the loudspeakers.

When using the 100 or 70 V high impedance line output, all speakers must be connected in parallel and the sum of the power of all speakers must not exceed the power supplied by the amplifier.

IMPORTANT

:

For proper operation and performance, the appropriate power, impedance and frequency limits must be used. Before connecting to other equipment, take into account all necessary conditions for HIGH

IMPEDANCE (100 V line) and LOW IMPEDANCE installations.

You can find more information at: fonestar.com/downloads/install_fonestar_es.pdf

- If you want to record the amplifier output or connect it to other equipment, use the REC OUT output of each zone.

- Once the connections have been made according to your needs, connect the devices to the mains socket and switch them on. After use, do not forget to turn off and disconnect the appliance from the mains.

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BLOCK DIAGRAM

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COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL RS-232

To control the equipment via the RS-232 port it is recommended that you use Windows Hyperterminal or similar applications, using a straight-through RS-232 cable for connection. The program must be configured using the following values:

- Select the corresponding COM port, click on Configure and set the following values:

Bits per second: 9600

Data bits: 8

Parity: none

Stop bits: 1

Flow control: none

.

- It is recommended that you set the following values in File/Properties/Configuration/Configuration ASCII.

Send line ends with line feeds

Echo typed characters locally

Append line feeds to incoming line ends

COMMAND

COMMAND

FF 06 8D 93 ON

FF 06 0D 13 OFF

FF 06 8E 94 ON

FF 06 0E 14 OFF

FUNCTION

Assign MONITOR to ZONE 1

Assign MONITOR to ZONE 2

COMMAND

MONITOR

FF 06 8F 95 ON

FF 06 0F 15 OFF

FF 06 90 96 ON

FF 06 10 16 OFF

FUNCTION

Assign MONITOR to ZONE 3

Assign MONITOR to ZONE 4

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COMMAND

FF 06 81 87 ON

FF 06 01 07 OFF

FF 06 82 88 ON

FF 06 02 08 OFF

FF 06 9D A3 ON

FF 06 1D 23 OFF

FF 06 85 8B ON

FF 06 05 0B OFF

FF 06 86 8C ON

FF 06 06 0C OFF

FF 06 A2 A8 ON

FF 06 22 28 OFF

FF 06 91 97 ON

FF 06 11 17 OFF

FF 06 92 98 ON

FF 06 12 18 OFF

FF 06 9E A4 ON

FF 06 1E 24 OFF

FF 06 89 8F ON

FF 06 09 0F OFF

FF 06 8A 90 ON

FF 06 0A 10 OFF

FF 06 9F A5 ON

FF 06 1F 25 OFF

FF 06 95 9B ON

FF 06 15 1B OFF

FF 06 96 9C ON

FF 06 16 1C OFF

FF 06 A0 A6 ON

FF 06 20 26 OFF

FF 06 99 9F ON

FF 06 19 1F OFF

FF 06 9A A0 ON

FF 06 1A 20 OFF

FF 06 A1 A7 ON

FF 06 21 27 OFF

FUNCTION

Assign MP3 to ZONE 1

Assign MP3 to ZONE 2

COMMAND

MP3 MODULE

FF 06 83 89 ON

FF 06 03 09 OFF

FF 06 84 8A ON

FF 06 04 0A OFF

Mute MP3

Assign CH1 to ZONE 1

Assign CH1 to ZONE 2

Mute CH1

CH 1

FF 06 87 8D ON

FF 06 07 0D OFF

FF 06 88 8E ON

FF 06 08 0E OFF

Assign CH2 to ZONE 1

Assign CH2 to ZONE 2

Mute CH2

CH 2

FF 06 93 99 ON

FF 06 13 19 OFF

FF 06 94 9A ON

FF 06 14 1A OFF

Assign CH3 to ZONE 1

Assign CH3 to ZONE 2

Mute CH3

CH 3

FF 06 8B 91 ON

FF 06 0B 11 OFF

FF 06 8C 92 ON

FF 06 0C 12 OFF

Assign CH4 to ZONE 1

Assign CH4 to ZONE 2

Mute CH4

CH 4

FF 06 97 9D ON

FF 06 17 1D OFF

FF 06 98 9E ON

FF 06 18 1E OFF

Assign CH5 to ZONE 1

Assign CH5 to ZONE 2

Mute CH5

CH 5

FF 06 9B A1 ON

FF 06 1B 21 OFF

FF 06 9C A2 ON

FF 06 1C 22 OFF

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FUNCTION

Assign MP3 to ZONE 3

Assign MP3 to ZONE 4

Asignar CH1 a ZONE 3

Asignar CH1 a ZONE 4

Assign CH2 to ZONE 3

Assign CH2 to ZONE 4

Assign CH3 to ZONE 3

Assign CH3 to ZONE 4

Assign CH4 to ZONE 3

Assign CH4 to ZONE 4

Assign CH5 to ZONE 3

Assign CH5 to ZONE 4

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ESPECIFICACIONES TÉCNICAS

CHARACTERISTICS

POWER

RESPONSE

DISTORSION

INPUTS

OUTPUTS

CONTROLS

S/N RATIO

PROTECTION

PHANTOM

PRIORITY

IMPEDANCE

POWER SUPPLY

DIMENSIONS

ACCESSORIES

OPTIONAL

MPZ-461

Matrix amplifier with paging microphone.

USB/SD/MP3 player.

Bluetooth receiver.

Digital FM radio tuner.

5-input channel allocation matrix and USB/SD/MP3 player and

Bluetooth receiver with FM digital tuner to 4 output zones.

4 zones with independent volume control and line output.

Phantom power supply.

Priority paging.

Connection of up to 4 paging microphones

M-46

.

Remote control for BT/USB/SD/MP3/FM player.

4 x 90 W RMS

80-16,000 Hz ±3 dB

Harmonic: < 0’1%

3 balanced mic./line, combo (XLR and 6.3 mm jack) 600 Ω 7.5 mV RMS and 10,000 Ω 440 mV RMS, switchable

2 aux, 2 x RCA 10,000 Ω 400 mV RMS

1 tel. paging, screw terminals 10,000 Ω 350 mV RMS

1 mic with zone selector, RJ-45

4 balanced or unbalanced line zones 1 to 4, screw terminals, 600 Ω

350 mV RMS

1 monitor, screw terminals 1 W 8 Ω

Channels 1 to 5: gain, bass, treble, volume and zone allocation

BT/USB/SD/MP3/FM player: zone allocation

Tel. paging, volume and zone selector

Zones 1 to 4: volume control, monitor selector

Monitor volume

GND lift earth disconnection

> 65 dB

Temperature, overload and short circuit

48 V in mics 1 to 3, selectable

Input 1, Tel. paging and microphone with zone selector through signal level

4 zones: 4 Ω and 100 and 70 V lines, screw terminals

230 V AC, 450 W maximum

483 x 133 x 410 mm depth. 3 U 19" rack

FM antenna

M-46

: paging microphone

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