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HARRIS Casis
Product Information
PR&E Oasis 12 PRD0399788-002 70132198 H
Console Production Serial Number Main Board Serial Number Firmware Revision
Released for Shipment
1/30/2012
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Confirmation of unit power on.
Installed and verified all modules firmware is up to date
o Main Output Board
o Control Surface Boards
o Logic Boards
o Meter / Timer Boards
Hardware configuration of all boards
Confirmation of Board interconnects
Confirmation of Relay Functionality for secondary 'B'” inputs
Software interface functionality with Oasis Control Center GUI
Confirmation of 48V Phantom Power
Confirmation of Hardware functionality and other design elements
о ¡Button support
o USB & Network Link Support
o Reset Button
Confirmation of Meter Display functionality
Verified Audio over USB functionality
Verified Cue Speaker operation
Verified palm rest Headphone output
Audio Precision testing to guarantee high fidelity performance at both high and low gain
specifications
o Absolute level
o Frequency Response
o Total Harmonic Distortion
o Noise
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5 - TALK / READY (ACTIVE LOW)
6 - OUTPUT TALLY / PULSE COMMON
7 - ON TALLY / START PULSE
8 - OFF TALLY / STOP PULSE
9 - LOGIC GROUND
10 - +5 VOLTS (250 mA MAX)
MONITOR & OUTPUT
LOGIC
(FOR FADERS 5 - 8)
PRE95-1506 OASIS LOGIC I-0 CARD
QULER Setup Guide
OVERVIEW
There are two logic card slots on an Oasis-08 console (shown in the illustration, bottom). Oasis-12
consoles have a third logic card slot. The logic card slots are narrower than the audio card slots. Logic
I-O cards are included (and installed) on the Analog-only Oassis consoles,
but are optional components on the standard Oasis consoles.
COMBICON PLUGS:
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Each Logic I-O card has four 10-terminal Combicon connectors, one for each CONNECTIONS
of the four fader channels connected to that slot. The right-most logic card
slot (as seen from the console rear) has the logic card for channels 1 - 4.The
next logic card slot (middle logic slot on an Oasis-12) has the logic card for
channels 5 - 8.The third logic card slot has the logic card for channels 9 - 12.
CARD INSTALLATION (Analog-only consoles have the cards installed)
Insert the Logic I-O card into the appropriate logic card slot for faders 1 - 4, faders 5 - 8, or for faders
9 - 12. Logic I-O cards are optional on standard consoles, so all logic card slots may not have a Logic
I-O card installed. Logic I-O cards are hot-swappable, so power can be applied to the console while
plugging or unplugging a card. Slide the card into the card guides, firmly seating the card into its
motherboard connector. To complete the installation, fasten the card using the #2 Phillips screw from
the installation kit, which also includes the four Combicon plugs for that card.
CARD CONFIGURATION
See the detail view of DS1 (left, below), an 8-position switch. These switches simplify wiring up a remote
mic control or other button control panel. The odd numbered switches, when set On, jumper terminal 1
(Input Enable) to terminal 10 (+5 volts) to enable the four logic inputs. The even numbered switches,
when set On, jumper terminal 6 (Tally common) to terminal 10 (+5 volts) to supply voltage to the panel
switch LEDs. To maintain isolated operation with active devices like CD players and digital playback
systems, set both DS1 switches to Off, and do not use terminals 9 and 10.Voltage and ground are both
sourced from the active device.
The four logic inputs (see the simplified Logic Circuit diagram, below) are activated by being pulled low
(the Input Enable terminal must be pulled-up, by a voltage from the active device or by +5 vdc).The
two logic outputs (terminals 7 and 8) are fully isolated “dry contact” style closures, using a common
return path on terminal 6. These can be configured as tallies or as pulsed outputs.
Refer to the Oasis User Manual (PDF document 75-58) for details on connecting wiring to the Combicon
plugs and on using the Oasis Control Center app to configure the logic inputs and outputs for use with
mic control panels and with active devices.
OASIS FADER CHANNEL LOGIC (SIMPLIFIED)
DS, switches 1, 3,5, 7
DS, switches 2, 4, 6, 8
Oasis Internal Logic
Cue
Notes:
Inputs are opto-isolated and current limited for logic voltages from +5 to +40 vdc.
Outputs are opto-isolated and can handle up to 60 volts DC, 350 mA max. current flow.
Set both DS1 switches On when connecting to a mic control panel or to other isolated button-style remote panels.
For fully isolated operation with active devices, do not connect to terminals 9 or 10 (GND and +5) and set both DS1 switches Off.
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PRE95-1506 OASIS LOGIC I-0 CARD
QULER Setup Guide
OVERVIEW
There are two logic card slots on an Oasis-08 console (shown in the illustration, bottom). Oasis-12
consoles have a third logic card slot. The logic card slots are narrower than the audio card slots. Logic
I-O cards are included (and installed) on the Analog-only Oassis consoles,
but are optional components on the standard Oasis consoles.
COMBICON PLUGS:
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Each Logic I-O card has four 10-terminal Combicon connectors, one for each CONNECTIONS
of the four fader channels connected to that slot. The right-most logic card
slot (as seen from the console rear) has the logic card for channels 1 - 4.The
next logic card slot (middle logic slot on an Oasis-12) has the logic card for
channels 5 - 8.The third logic card slot has the logic card for channels 9 - 12.
CARD INSTALLATION (Analog-only consoles have the cards installed)
Insert the Logic I-O card into the appropriate logic card slot for faders 1 - 4, faders 5 - 8, or for faders
9 - 12. Logic |-O cards are optional on standard consoles, so all logic card slots may not have a Logic
I-O card installed. Logic I-O cards are hot-swappable, so power can be applied to the console while
plugging or unplugging a card. Slide the card into the card guides, firmly seating the card into its
motherboard connector. To complete the installation, fasten the card using the #2 Phillips screw from
the installation kit, which also includes the four Combicon plugs for that card.
CARD CONFIGURATION
See the detail view of DS1 (left, below), an 8-position switch. These switches simplify wiring up a remote
mic control or other button control panel. The odd numbered switches, when set On, jumper terminal 1
(Input Enable) to terminal 10 (+5 volts) to enable the four logic inputs. The even numbered switches,
when set On, jumper terminal 6 (Tally common) to terminal 10 (+5 volts) to supply voltage to the panel
switch LEDs. To maintain isolated operation with active devices like CD players and digital playback
systems, set both DS1 switches to Off, and do not use terminals 9 and 10.Voltage and ground are both
sourced from the active device.
The four logic inputs (see the simplified Logic Circuit diagram, below) are activated by being pulled low
(the Input Enable terminal must be pulled-up, by a voltage from the active device or by +5 vdc).The
two logic outputs (terminals 7 and 8) are fully isolated “dry contact” style closures, using a common
return path on terminal 6. These can be configured as tallies or as pulsed outputs.
Refer to the Oasis User Manual (PDF document 75-58) for details on connecting wiring to the Combicon
plugs and on using the Oasis Control Center app to configure the logic inputs and outputs for use with
mic control panels and with active devices.
OASIS FADER CHANNEL LOGIC (SIMPLIFIED)
DS1, switches 1, 3,5, 7
DS1, switches 2, 4, 6,8
Oasis Internal Logic
Cue
Notes:
Inputs are opto-isolated and current limited for logic voltages from +5 to +40 vde.
Outputs are opto-isolated and can handle up to 60 volts DC, 350 mA max. current flow.
Set both DS1 switches On when connecting to a mic control panel or to other isolated button-style remote panels.
For fully isolated operation with active devices, do not connect to terminals 9 or 10 (GND and +5) and set both DS1 switches Off.
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Quick Setup Guide
OVERVIEW
Oasis consoles have hot-pluggable audio input cards that feed the A and B sources for each of four
faders. The Oasis-08 has two audio card slots: the right-most slot (rear view, shown below) holds the
audio card for fader channels 1 - 4. The other audio card slot is for fader channels 5 - 8. The Oasis-12
adds a third audio card slot for fader channels 9 - 12. Between the audio input card slots are the
narrower Logic I-O card slots.
Each audio input card has eight audio inputs. Each input is assigned, in the Oasis Control Center app
(the OCC app), as either the A or B source for the four fader channels connected to that card. The OCC
app is where the input gain trim, room muting, and other input signal configuration parameters are set.
Refer to the Oasis User Manual (Harris PDF doc # 75-58) for details on using the OCC app and the
various parameter settings that are available; information on connecting unbalanced devices; audio
card specifications; and audio card service information. |
CARD SETUP SWITCHES
The Mic Preamp card is the only audio card with user setup switches. Four switches (1 - 4) apply
phantom power (+48 VDC) to any of the four Mic Inputs (1 - 4). To power a condenser mic, set that
input's switch to On. For a dynamic mic, leave that input's switch set to Off.
CARD INSTALLATION (Analog-only consoles have the cards installed)
Insert an audio input card into each audio card slot. The cards are hot-swappable, so power can be
applied to the console while plugging or unplugging the cards. Typically, a Mic Preamp card is
used with faders 1 - 4, while an Analog input card is inserted into the other audio slots. Once the card
is inserted into its motherboard connector, fasten the card in place using the #2 Phillips screw included
in the installation kit (which also has the Combicon plugs for that card).
CARD CONNECTIONS
3-terminal Combicon plugs are used for mic inputs and for AES signals. co Gs:
6-terminal Combicon plugs are used for all line-level analog wiring. SOLDERLESS, NO CRIMP
Wiring orientation is shown below, left. CONNECTIONS
Audio inputs are designed for balanced audio signals. The individual
wires on each cable plug into green Combicon plugs that plug into
mating connectors on each card. Wiring from 24 to 16 AWG
(0.2 - 1.5 mm?), can be used in the Combicon plugs. Strip the cable
3/8” (10 mm). To ease plugging in the wires, hold the Combicon plug using
a small table vise or C-clamp.To connect a wire: Press the orange tab using
a small flat blade screwdriver (like a“greenie”); Insert the wire into the round hole in front of the orange
tab; Release the tab to lock the wire in place. Once all of the signal wires are connected, the Combicon
plug is plugged into the mating connector on the audio card.
Note that the Mic Preamp card has four mono mic-level inputs (labeled MIC 1 - 4) and four stereo line-
level inputs (labeled LINE INPUT 1 - 4). The Analog card has two line-level inputs for each fader channel
(labeled 1 - 2). Each pair of inputs is associated with one fader channel (labeled as CH1 - CH4).
CHANNEL SETTINGS
IN OASIS SETUP APP
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FADERTO: SOURCE SELECT ON/OFF
PGM 1 STUDIO MONITOR
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DEFAULT CONSOLE SETTINGS COMBICON PLUGS INPUT CONNECTORS
Oasis consoles ship with a default configuration in memory. SOLDERLESS, NO CRIMP, MICROPHONE e 1 2 =
The Oasis Control Center app is used to customize these
default settings for your specific application.
MIC Inputs = Set as Control Room mics (mutes the CR
Monitor output, when On and assigned to PGM 1 or 2)
LINE Inputs = Stereo inputs, with no monitor muting
LOGIC I-O = Assigned to the A source on each fader channel
TELCO 1 = Line In 2, of Channel 7 (Oasis-08) or 11 (Oasis-12)
TELCO 2 = Line In 2, of Channel 8 (Oasis-08) or 12 (Oasis-1 2)
CHANNEL 1:Input A = Mic 1; Input B = Line 1
CHANNEL 2:Input A = Mic 2; Input B = Line 2
CHANNEL 3:Input A = Line 3; Input B = Mic 3
CHANNEL 4: Input A = Line 4; Input B = Mic 4
CHANNELS 5-12: Input A = Line In 1; Input B = Line In 2
CR OUTPUT 1 = CR Monitor output
CR OUTPUT 2 = Host Headphone output
ST OUTPUT 1 = Studio Monitor output
ST OUTPUT 2 = Host Headphone output
AutoCue = Split Cue (PGM in one ear, Cue in the other)
Telco AutoFoldback = Off.
Offline bus = Pre-fader.
Main USB = Input is unassigned; Output is Telco Record
PGM digital outputs = 44.1 kHz sample rate
AUDIO & LOGIC CONNECTIONS
Audio & logic wiring plugs into
the Oasis console using Phoenix
Combicon plugs. Wiring from 24
to 16 AWG (0.2 - 1.5 mm?) can be
used with these plugs.
Four types of Combicon plugs are
used on the Oasis console:
* 3-terminal (AES digital audio &
microphone inputs)
* 6-terminal (analog audio)
* 10-terminal (fader channel logic)
* 12-terminal (CR 8: Studio logic)
The Combicon plugs for the
Oasis Main card are supplied in
the console installation kit. The
Audio and Logic cards are typically
packaged separately, along with
their Combicon plugs and a Quick
Guide to their installation.
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5 - TALK / READY (ACTIVE LOW)
6 - OUTPUT TALLY / PULSE COMMON
7 - ON TALLY / START PULSE
8 - OFF TALLY / STOP PULSE
9 - LOGIC GROUND
10 - +5 VOLTS (250 mA MAX)
MAIN CARD CONNECTORS
TELCO 1 & TELCO 2 MIX-MINUS OUTPUTS
The two Mix-Minus outputs (MM-1 &
MM-2) are also known as IFB or Telco
returns with talk. These go to the “To
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There are two Control Room & two Studio Monitor
outputs (CR Out 1 & 2, ST Out 1 & 2). Either output can
be set as: the Monitor Speaker output; the Host H/P
output; or the Guest H/P output in the Oasis Control
Center app. The monitor outputs mute with an active
CR or Studio mic. The Host H/P output receives talk-
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7 - WARNING RELAY (DRY CONTACT)
8 - ROOM MUTE RELAY (DRY CONTACT)
9 - ROOM MUTE RELAY (DRY CONTACT)
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mark “Enable Remote Studio Monitor Fader” in the Oasis 4 - TELCOS SHIELD 4 - RIGHT SHIELD 4 - RIGHT SHIELD
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BROADCAST CONSOLE IS
ASES Quick Setup Guide
BROADCAST COMMUNICATIONS DIVISION
SERVICE: 217.222.8200
E-MAIL: [email protected]
HTTP:/MIWW.BROADCAST.HARRIS.COM
This guide presents the basic steps required to install an Oasis broadcast console. Additional details can be
found in the Oasis User manual (Harris PDF document 75-58), which can be downloaded from from the
Harris Customer Portal (http://ecustomer.broadcast.harris.com) or from the Harris PR&E Studio Products
FTP support site (ftp://ftp.pre.com). The Oasis Control Center app can also be downloaded from these
two sites. Contact Harris BCD tech support (217.222.8200, Quincy, IL) for details on accessing these two file
download sites, and for questions on installing or using the Oasis console.
Tools used to install the Oasis console
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SCREWDRIVER WIRE STRIPPERS
Prepare your countertop for the Oasis console
The Oasis console is typically set 6 to 12 inches back from the front edge of the countertop.
All wiring plugs into cards along the console's rear. These are hidden by a removable flip-up
cover. To route wiring from below the countertop, we recommend cutting a 3/4" wide Cable
Access Slot. Use a drill and a router, jigsaw, or other similar tool to cut the slot. Note the cutout
slot dimensions, listed below, for each size Oasis console.
CABLE ACCESS SLOT
19° х 3/4" for Oasis-08 SOLDERLESS, NO CRIMP,
25” x3/4"for Oasis-12 AUDIO & LOGIC CONNECTIONS
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Audio & logic wiring is preped and
terminated into Phoenix Combicon
plugs (supplied) and then plugged
into the console’s connectors.
17.25"
Wire gauges from 24 to 16 AWG
(0.2 - 1.5 mm?) work with these plugs.
Four sizes of Combicon plugs are
used on the Oasis console:
» 3-terminal (for AES digital audio &
II for microphone inputs)
В * 6-terminal (for analog audio)
* 10-terminal (for fader channel logic)
* 12-terminal (for CR & Studio logic)
Oasis-08, shown with
the Rear Cover removed The Combicon plugs for the Oasis
Main card are supplied in the console
Setback installation kit. The Combicon plugs
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(typ.6"- 127) packaged separately.
COUNTERTOP EDGE Guides for termination details.
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Position the Oasis on the countertop
Set the Oasis console onto the countertop so its rear cover hides the
Cable Access Slot. To ease wiring, remove the rear cover by opening
it up, and backing out the #1 Phillips screw in the left hinge, until
the cover can be lifted up and removed off the right hinge. The
screw remains in the threaded insert, but be sure to retain the two
white plastic bushings (one on each hinge) for reuse when the cover
is reinstalled after wiring is complete.
The Oasis can also be fastened to the countertop, if desired. Refer
to the Oasis User Manual (Harris PDF Doc 75-58) for instructions.
. Prepare the audio and logic wiring
Audio and logic wiring terminates into Phoenix Combicon plugs.
Each type of signal (microphone, stereo analog, monitor output,
fader channel logic, and monitor logic) is on a separate plug to
make installation and future wiring changes easy and non-intrusive.
We recommend using a small table-top vise to hold the Phoenix
Combicon plugs while they are wired. The Home Depot model
69997 tabletop vise (about $17.00 USD) is shown in the photo.
Prepare the audio and logic cables for termination by stripping the
cable jacket back 1 1/2” (37mm), then strip each wire 3/8” (10 mm).
If shielded audio wiring is used, cover the shield wire with clear
plastic tubing. Use heat shrink tubing to cover the cut jacket end
and to hold the clear tubing in place, as shown below.
1 1/2” (37 mm)
(cable jacket
Shrink Tubing removal)
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Audio and Logic Wire Preparation
Combicon plugs have 3, 6, 10, or 12 terminals (each terminal has
an orange tab and a round hole for the wire). Press the orange tab
with a small flatblade screwdriver (like a greenie) to open the wire
latch. Insert the stripped wire into the round hole. Releasing the
orange tab locks the wire into the plug. A slight tug on the wire
will confirm it's properly locked into the plug.
Wiring diagrams for each size of Combicon plug are on the Oasis
Console Quick Guide (Harris doc 71-1500-1), which is included
with the console.
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Terminal Numbering
3-terminal: Mic / AES Signals
6-terminal: Stereo Analog
10-terminal: Channel Logic
12-terminal: CR / STU Logic
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Qasis Quick Setup Guide
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Plug in the Wiring
Plug the pre-wired Combicon plugs into the appropriate connectors on the console. The right-
most card (as viewed from the rear) is a Mic Preamp card for channel faders 1 - 4. It has four
microphone inputs and four stereo line inputs. The other audio card (or two audio cards for a
12-channel console) have two stereo Line Inputs for every channel fader. In between the audio
cards are Logic I-O cards, with one Logic connector per channel fader. The Main card has the
Program bus outputs (both analog and digital), the Telco connectors, the External Monitor
inputs, and the Control Room and Studio connectors (monitor outputs and logic |-О).
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Oasis ‚ Quick Setup Guide
71-1560-2rA, 4 of 5
| Power up the console
‘The Oasis uses an in-line power supply suitable for AC mains
DC Cord USB Cable
(from Supply) (from laptop)
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from 100 - 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz AC. The supply outputs 12 VDC.
The DC output cord plugs into a mating connector on the Oasis
Main card. À cable clamp is supplied for this cord. It is fastened
to the Main card mounting screw directly in front of the power
connector. Remove the screw and cable clamp using a #1 Phillips
screwdriver. Place the cord through the clamp, then refasten the
clamp to strain relief the DC cord, as shown in the photo.
Since the Oasis console is designed for 24 / 7 operation, there is
no power switch. For proper operation, keep the DC cord plugged
into the Main card connector at all times. To power the console
down, only unplug the AC cord from the AC mains outlet.
by the cable clamp
| Customize your console using the Oasis Control Center
~The Oasis console is pre-configured, so many installations may not need to use the Oasis Control
Center app to change any of the console's configurations. The default settings that are used are
listed on the back side of the Console's Quick Guide (Harris doc 71-1500-1). These basic settings
are changed by using the Oasis Control Center app (see page 1 of this doc for the two Harris
websites where the software can be downloaded). The Oasis Control Center is typically installed
on a laptop running Windows XP (SP3), Vista, or Windows 7. A USB Host cable (not supplied) is
connected between the computer and the USB host port on the Oasis Main card, as shown in the
photo in step 5, above.
With the USB cable connected
from the console to the laptop,
start the Oasis Control Center.
The app opens to the Oasis E o NE
Information screen which shows E TA
the console's serial number, and ET
a “Connected” message at the Ea
bottom, to indicate the USB
connection is good. Click on the
other Tabs along the top (Inputs
1 - 4, Inputs 5 - 8, Inputs 9 -12, and
Utilities) to show the various
configuration settings available.
Information E Tnpues 4 | Tours 5 8 | Ublities —
Logic I/O 9-12
Pointing the mouse at any
setting will pop-up a Tool-Tip to
describe that setting's function.
Parameter setting changes are DPCP LIA NE y
sent in real-time to the console Oasis Control Center, Information Tab
so you can instantly verify that
the settings are correct.
The next page presents an overview of the Oasis Control Center configuration settings. Refer to
the Oasis User Manual (Harris PDF doc 75-58), Console Setup section, for additional details on using
the Oasis Control Center to configure your Oasis console.
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Casis ‚ QuieR Setup Guide
Using the Oasis Control Center (cont.)
Microphone Inputs
The Oasis Control Center automatically identifies the types of cards installed
in the console. Thus, channels 1 - 4, with a Mic Preamp card installed, will
have Input 1 set as a Mic and Input 2 set as a Line input. By default, the mic A CS. в
inputs are set as “L as Mono” (e.g., a mono signal) with the Mute Location — "
set as a Control Room microphone. If a mic is in a talk studio, then change Ie
the Mute Location setting to Mute Studio. Stereo Line
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Line inputs default to Stereo Line. They are also set to not mute any location Inactive
(Don't Mute is selected). The Line Inputs for channels 1 and 2 are set as the evel Adjust
B inputs, while they are set as the A inputs for channels 3 and 4. To switch
which input signal is set as the A and B source on the channel, click Swap. Mute CR
Mute Studio
Don't Mute
Channel Logic Settings
There is one Logic I-O connector per channel. By default, it is associated with -
Input 1 on each fader. When the input is a microphone (a Mute Location is A &B Input Settings
set), then the two logic outputs are On and Off tallies. With “Don’t Mute”
set for an input, then the two logic outputs are Start and Stop Pulses. In both EE TE
cases, a remote Channel On or Off command will turn the channel on or off. Ignore Cds
Clicking the Logic bar opens the Logic Settings window which shows the Ext > Ready
various logic options, shown at right. Refer to the Console Setup section of Timer Enable
No S/S
Ext > S/S
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Utility Tab Settings Fader Start
Clicking the Utility tab shows the settings for the Control Room and Studio
monitors, the Main card's USB connector, and for the two Telco channels.
The default settings are shown below. The monitor outputs are set for Monitor (Output 1) and
Host Headphone (Output 2) for both Control Room and Studio. A PC's USB Audio output can be
assigned in place of local input 2 on channel fader 5 or higher (default setting is No Assignment).
The USB audio Output default
signal is Telco Record, but it can
be set to PGM 1, PGM 2, Mix- Ds ds Ro
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the Oasis User manual for information about the various options.
Logic Settings
two Telco inputs are assigned TEE O Host HP
as Input 2 on the last two faders meer
in the console (either channels 7 ® AutoCue L, Mon an R Talkback Interrupts Cue
and 8, or channels 11 and 12). @ AutoCue L&R Display Cue in Meter 2
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Other settings include: output
sample rate for the two digital
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Program outputs (44.1 kHz is the AA as ELE
default); Offline Mix bus settings PETER RG
for Auto Foldback and Offline
Pre/Post fader; and a check box
(Enable Remote Studio Monitor N co Channels — Program :
Fader) to use a studio monitor Se CANA Te TT de. no
level pot instead of the control "Lua a 7 Inout 2 + Ez EC
surface Studio level control.
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Utility Tab Settings
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