User Manual

User Manual
User's Manual
OEX900
R
LTO
www.altoproaudio.com
Version 1.3 October 2005
English
Fuse
SAFETY RELATED SYMBOLS
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
This symbol, wherever used, alerts you to the presence of un-insulated and dangerous voltages within the product enclosure. These are voltages that
may be sufficient to constitute the risk of electric
shock or death.
Protective Ground
Before turning the product ON, make sure that it is
connected to Ground. This is to prevent the risk of
electric shock.
This symbol, wherever used, alerts you to important operating and maintenance instructions.
Please read.
Never cut internal or external Ground wires. Likewise,
never remove Ground wiring from the Protective
Ground Terminal.
Protective Ground Terminal
Operating Conditions
AC mains (Alternating Current)
Always install in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions.
Hazardous Live Terminal
ON:
To prevent fire and damage to the product, use only
the recommended fuse type as indicated in this
manual. Do not short-circuit the fuse holder. Before
replacing the fuse, make sure that the product is
OFF and disconnected from the AC outlet.
To avoid the risk of electric shock and damage, do
not subject this product to any liquid/rain or moisture.
Do not use this product when in close proximity to
water.
Denotes the product is turned on.
OFF: Denotes the product is turned off.
WARNING
Describes precautions that should be observed to
prevent the possibility of death or injury to the user.
CAUTION
Do not install this product near any direct heat source.
Do not block areas of ventilation. Failure to do so
could result in fire.
Keep product away from naked flames.
Describes precautions that should be observed to
prevent damage to the product.
Disposing of this product should not be
placed in municipal waste and should be
Separate collection.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read these instructions
Follow all instructions
Keep these instructions. Do not discard.
Heed all warnings.
WARNING
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
Power Supply
Ensure that the mains source voltage (AC outlet)
matches the voltage rating of the product. Failure
to do so could result in damage to the product and
possibly the user.
Power Cord and Plug
Do not tamper with the power cord or plug. These are
designed for your safety.
Unplug the product before electrical storms occur
and when unused for long periods of time to reduce
the risk of electric shock or fire.
Do not remove Ground connections!
External Connection
Protect the power cord and plug from any physical
stress to avoid risk of electric shock.
Always use proper ready-made insulated mains
cabling (power cord). Failure to do so could result
in shock/death or fire. If in doubt, seek advice from
a registered electrician.
Do Not Remove Any Covers
Within the product are areas where high voltages
may present. To reduce the risk of electric shock do
not remove any covers unless the AC mains power
cord is removed.
Covers should be removed by qualified service
personnel only.
No user serviceable parts inside.
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If the plug does not fit your AC outlet seek advice from
a qualified electrician.
Do not place heavy objects on the power cord. This
could cause electric shock or fire.
Cleaning
When required, either blow off dust from the product
or use a dry cloth.
Do not use any solvents such as Benzol or Alcohol.
For safety, keep product clean and free from dust.
Servicing
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel only.
Do not perform any servicing other than those instructions contained within the User's Manual.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................................3
2. FEATURES ............................................................................................................................................3
3. QUICK START .......................................................................................................................................5
4. CONTROL ELEMENTS ........................................................................................................................8
5. PRESET LIST .....................................................................................................................................12
6. OEX900 WIRING GUIDE ....................................................................................................................13
7. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................14
8. WARRANTY ........................................................................................................................................16
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1. INTRODUCTION
Congratulations! Now you are the owner of the OEX900 . The OEX900 is a plastic reinforced trolley that includes a
versatile mixer with DSP effects, L&R full range speaker cabinets and sub-woofer, and some essential accessories such
as power cord, signal cables, speaker cables, and speaker stands. The OEX900 adopts an optimal crossover network and
advanced power amplifier technologies, which ensures its incredible versatility and excellent audio performances.
The L&R speaker cabinets are tightly hooked on the trolley . When you operate the OEX900, take care of the setting
of the L&R cabinets first. It is the development of ALTO's experience and knowledge of speaker technology, in order
to create a system which can faithfully reproduce sound for each kind of applications.
The sub-woofer is built in trolley. It contains a 15" low speaker, which delivers a natural and powerful sound and that
will bring you unprecedented low frequency emission.
Inlaid in OEX900 panel there's compact extractable 8-channel mixer, which uses 24-bit A/D&D/A converters and 24bit DSP effects with accurate algorithms (256 presets). It also provides 6 MIC inputs with ultra low noise microphone
pre-amplifiers and+48V PHANTOM power at as well as warm, natural 3-band EQ; AUX send/return and 2TK in/out
and so on.
In a word, it is ideally suited for live sound applications, small
venues applications, recording and other musical purposes.
In order to get the best from your OEX900, we recommend you
to thoroughly read this owner's manual before installation and
operation.
2. FEATURES
Trolley appearance
2(two-way satellites) + 1(subwoofer) + 1 (8-channel mixer super combination)
Three-way full-range speaker system with 15" subwoofer
6 XLR MIC input with ultra low noise microphone pre-amplifiers and +48VPHANTOM power
2 stereo LINE input
Warm, natural 3-band EQ for each channel
Precision level control
24-bit DSP effects with powerful algorithms (16 presets with16 variations each)
Extremely high headroom offering excellent dynamic range
Plastic reinforced cabinet (polypropylene)
High power output with 150W*2 (L&R speaker) / 150W*2 (subwoofer)
Two 7 m speaker cables
Two F8 folding speaker stands
Compartment for storing F8 folding stands, speaker cables, signal cable and power cord etc.
Accessory List:
Folding speaker stands
Power cord
Signal cable
Customized Speaker Cable
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1
1
2
F8
IEC power cord
2m
7m
3
In following picture you see OEX900 most important components.
High quality L&R full range speaker cabinets
Powerful sub-woofer
Versatile multi-channel mixer
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3. QUICK START
Though the OEX900 looks like a super formidable giant, you don't have to worry about how to carry it. As the OEX900
is equiped with two wheels, you can think of it as a trolley. Seeing is believing. Operating this unit, you will find that it is
really versatile and user-friendly. Following steps will give you a guide line to set up your OEX900.
Note: Make all initial connections with the system powered off, and, in order to avoid damaging your speakers and
excessive noise, with main mix volume control of the mixer completely turned down.
First of all extract the F8 folding speaker stands from their compartment, as shown in Fig.1. Then, as shown in
Fig.2, unhook, the L&R speaker cabinets from the trolley in the right direction, unsuitable operation may damage
your equipment. In order to prevent equipment damage, please place the speaker stands on a solid, even surface.
Fig.1
Fig.2
Fix the L&R speaker cabinets on stands. as shown in Fig.3.
Note: In order to avoid feedback, please position the speakers facing the audience and far away from the
microphone.
Fig.4
Fig.3
Then, position the sub-woofer(trolley). Please be careful about this step, as shown in above Fig.4 proper
position will allow the sub-woofer to develop his full power and sound character.
Depending on application requirements, you can disassemble or not the mixer from the trolley. For
this application 2m. signal cable is available, as shown in following Fig.5.
Fig.5
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After that, set up the system.
Note: During this step too the system must be powered off, and , in order to avoid damaging your speakers and/or to
produce noise the mixer main volume control should be competently turned off.
Connect one side of the speaker cable to the left/right power outputs (speakon connectors) of system, and
the other side to the left/right speaker cabinets (speakon connectors), as shown in Fig.6.
Warning! Do not connect additional speakers to the powered output. The supplied system speakers provide
a perfect load for the built-in amplifier.
Fig.6
Make sure that the mixer has been connected to the system by using the appropriate connector and the
customized cable, as shown in Fig.7.
Fig.7
Connect Microphone, CD, Tape or MD player (Line sources) etc. to the appropriate MIC/LINE mixer
input connectors (XLRor1/4"TRS jacks), as shown in Fig.8.
Fig.8
Now you can turn on the power switch.
Turn up the volume control, use the PFL function to get the proper input level for each mixer channel, then adjust
the main mix level control to manage the output level.
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At the end of your session, put all your levels to zero, turn off your system, then collect all the cables and put
them back in their places all accessories into assigned storage compartment. Finally, lay the speakers face down on
top of trolley and secure the six latches. Now the OEX900 is ready to be carried everywhere.
OEX900
Stand
Stand
Stereo program
source
VOCAL
Such as CD player, MD
Player or other Line sources...
Fig.9
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4.CONTROL ELEMENTS
-15dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
HIGH
0dB
12KHz
+15dB
HIGH
-15dB
HIGH
+15dB
HIGH
-15dB
HIGH
+15dB
HIGH
-15dB
12KHz
+15dB
0dB
12KHz
-15dB
0dB
12KHz
+15dB
0dB
LOW
+15dB
0dB
12KHz
-15dB
0dB
-15dB
12KHz
+15dB
0dB
0dB
+15dB
80Hz
LOW
+15dB
MID
-15dB
MID
LOW
+15dB
80Hz
0dB
MID
0dB
+15dB
-15dB
MID
-15dB
80Hz
0dB
MID
LOW
+15dB
+15dB
-15dB
MID
0dB
80Hz
0dB
2.5KHz
-15dB
+15dB
-15dB
2.5KHz
LOW
+15dB
80Hz
0dB
2.5KHz
0dB
+15dB
-15dB
2.5KHz
-15dB
0dB
2.5KHz
LOW
-15dB
2.5KHz
+15dB
80Hz
R
0dB
+10dB
AUX2
POST
DSP/FX
L
BAL
+10dB
+10dB
Right
0
dB
M
M
M
M
M
1
RE
A
M
3
J.T.
LOW NOISE P
R
(MONO)
LEVEL
-20 dB
PAD
2
MIC IN (bal.)
CH 7-8
15
14
13
12
11
2
2
3
7
3
4
5
6
4
5
6
DSP
16 1
16 1
10 9 8
PRESETS
7
10 9 8
VARIATIONS
15
14
13
12
11
DFX MUTE PEAK
10
1. VOCAL 1
2. VOCAL 2
3. LARGE HALL
4. SMALL HALL
5. LARGE ROOM
6. SMALL ROOM
7. PLATE
8. TAPE REVERB
9. SPRING REVERB
10. MONO DELAY
11. STEREO DELAY
12. FLANGER
13. CHORUS
14. REV. + DELAY
15. REV. + FLANGER
16. REV. + CHORUS
0
AUX/DFX RET
FOOT
SW.
AUX2
OUT
STEREO
RTN
-
R
0
LEVEL
OPERATING
10
LTO
15
-10
15
0
0
dB
0
10
-10
-30
HEADPHONE
OUT
MONITOR OUT
+10dB
LEVEL
+10dB
9
9
ON
LEFT
RIGHT
-
0
16K
9
6.3K
-30
2.5K
9
1K
MONITOR
15
400
15
OFF
MAIN OUT
0
dB
9
160
9
MAIN
RIGHT
LEFT
MAIN
TAPE TO
CH7-8
OUT
PHANTOM
48V
15
MAX
TAPE
-
15
63
16K
15
6.3K
15
2.5K
0
1K
9
400
0
160
9
63
2TK IN
IN
(9)
0dB
0dB
0dB
+15dB
Left
-
MON
+10dB
AUX2
POST
DSP/FX
BAL
+10dB
Right
-
RE
A
(MONO)
LEVEL
-20 dB
PAD
1
LOW NOISE P
3
J.T.
L
+10dB
0
dB
0dB
MON
-
MON
+10dB
MON
0dB
MON
-
MON
+10dB
AUX1
PRE
0dB
AUX1
PRE
-
AUX2
POST
DSP/FX
Left
PAN
+10dB
Right
-
0
dB
+10dB
LEVEL
-20 dB
PAD
RE
A
2
-
AUX1
PRE
+10dB
LINE IN
(bal.)
1
LOW NOISE P
3
J.T.
-
AUX1
PRE
0dB
AUX2
POST
DSP/FX
-
Left
PAN
+10dB
Right
-
0
dB
+10dB
LEVEL
-20 dB
PAD
RE
A
2
MIC IN (bal.)
CH 5-6
8
AUX1
PRE
-
LINE IN
(bal.)
1
LOW NOISE P
3
J.T.
CH 4
MIC IN (bal.)
8
AUX1
PRE
+10dB
AUX2
POST
DSP/FX
-
Left
PAN
+10dB
Right
-
0
dB
+10dB
LEVEL
-20 dB
PAD
RE
A
2
8
-15dB
0dB
0dB
LINE IN
(bal.)
1
LOW NOISE P
3
J.T.
8
-15dB
-
AUX2
POST
DSP/FX
-
Left
PAN
+10dB
Right
-
0
dB
+10dB
LEVEL
-20 dB
PAD
RE
A
2
CH 3
MIC IN (bal.)
8
8
(11)
(10)
(12)
-
Left
-
LINE IN
(bal.)
1
LOW NOISE P
3
J.T.
CH 2
(26)
8
MIC IN (bal.)
(22)
8
(25)
2
CH 1
(24)
(27)
MIC IN (bal.)
(21)
8
(23)
8
(16)
(14)
(13)
(15)
(18)
(3)
(17)
(20)
(19)
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(2) (4)
(1)
P
P
P
P
P
P
(1). MIC IN
These electronically balanced XLR sockets have been designed to accept microphone signals, providing low
noise microphone pre-amplifier, as well as phantom power for condenser microphone by pressing the PHANTOM
power switch.
Note: You shall never connect an unbalanced microphone to the XLR socket if you don't want to damage both
the microphone and mixer.
(2). LINE IN
These balanced 1/4"TRS jacks have been designed to accept line level inputs such as keyboards outputs, CD,
players, MD/tape outputs, etc...
(3). Stereo Input
This channel is equipped with two 1/4" TRS jacks for stereo input. Connecting the left input jack only, the input will
operate in mono mode. Furthermore, it also provides the XLR connector for MIC input. The OEX900 is provided
with two stereo channels.
(4). 20dB PAD
Pressing this button the input signal will be attenuated by 20dB. In such way you'll obtain increased headroom
and you"ll reduce the risk of distortion due to input level peaks with too high input signal.
(5). Equalizer
Each channel is equipped with 3-band warm, natural EQ: HI, MID and LOW bands will allows you to shape the
sound of program material in a very efficient way.
HI
Treble control. You can use it to get rid of high frequency noises or to boost the sound of cymbals and human
voice higher harmonics. The gain range can be varied from -15dB to +15dB with a center frequency of 12kHz.
MID
Midrange control. It can affect most fundamental frequencies of all musical instruments and human voice. A
careful use of this control will give you a very wide panorama of sound effects. The gain range can be varied from
-15dB to +15dB with a center frequency of 2.5kHz.
LOW
Bass control. It can boost male voice or kick-drum and bass guitar. Your system will seem much bigger than it really
is. The gain range can be varied from -15dB to +15dB with a center frequency of 80Hz.
(6). AUX Sends
Both these controls are used to adjust the level of signal sent to AUX buses. These sends contrals are adjustable in - to +15dB.The MON (AUX1) control is configured PRE-FADER, it means that its signal is independent
by channel fader setting. It is suited to be used as monitor mix in a live sound mixing, or for a headphone mix in
recording application. The(AUX2) control is configured as POST-FADER, it means that the audio signal will be
affected by channel fader settings. This signal is assigned to onboard DSP(digital effects module). Via AUX2 OUT
connector the AUX2 signal can be sent to an external effect device.
(7). PAN/BAL Control
The pot controls the channel's position between left and right in the stereo bus. Of course you can use it to"move"
the channel signal in stereo front to create spatial effects as well as.
(8). LEVEL Control
This pot provides smooth control over levels.
(9). OPERATING LED Display
The LED indicates when OEX900 power is switched ON.
(10). Graphic EQ
OEX900 is provided with two graphic EQs, one for MAIN MIX, the other for MONITOR MIX. These graphic EQ have
7-band fader controls. Via these faders, you can boost or attenuate the selected frequency by 15dB at a preset
bandwidth. They are used to modify the frequency "contour" of sound, to adapt it to your musical taste and
ambient characteristics. When all faders are at the center position, the equalizer has flat response.
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(11). MONITOR LEVEL Control
This control adjusts the level of monitor output by a range of -
to +10dB.
(12). MAIN LEVEL Control
By rotating this pot you'll simultaneously adjust the overall volume of the left and right main mix outputs in
- to +10dB.
(13). PRESETS Control (DSP Section)
Adjust this knob to select the effect you wish to perform. There are 16 options available: several kinds of
reverb, mono and stereo delay, modulation effects, and versatile two-effect combinations.
(14). VARIATIONS Control
This control provides 16 variations for each preset, each variation has been designed modifying several
parameters. For further details, please refer to chapter 5.
(15). PEAK LED
This LED is lit when the DSP input signal is too strong. This LED is lit when the DSP is muted too.
(16). DSP MUTE Switch
This switch serves to activate/deactivate the built-in effect section. For your convenience you can also use
the FOOT SW for this operation.
(17). FOOT SW. Jack
This 1/4" phone jack can be used to connect an external foot-switch to turn on/off the built-in effect module.
(18). AUX/DFX RET
This pot adjusts the internal/external effect from 0 to 10.
(19). AUX2 OUT
This 1/4" phone jack outputs AUX2 bus line signal.
(20). STEREO RTN
This1/4" phone jack is used to return the signal of external unit to the main mix. You can also use it as
an extra auxiliary input.
(21). TAPE IN/OUT
These RCA connectors are useful to connect the output/input of a DAT, cassette or taper recorder.
(22). TAPE TO Switch
Pushing this switch to left, TAPE IN signal will be routed to CH7-8 path, so the signal will be controlled by
channel level control and main level control. Pushing this switch to right, the TAPE IN signal will be derectly
routed to main mix bus, and its signal will be affected by main level control only.
(23). 2TK IN Control
This pot adjusts the level of 2TK IN signal in -
to MAX range.
(24). MAIN OUT
These connectors output left and right main mix. You can use these connectors to output the main mix
signal to external PA system or active speakers.
(25). MONITOR OUT
This1/4" phone jack outputs the signal from MON (AUX1) bus to the input of external monitor amplifier
or active monitor speaker.
(26). HEADPHONE OUT
This1/4" stereo phone jack can be used to connect stereo headphones.
(27). PHANTOM Switch
Via this switch, you can turn on/off the +48V phantom power for all microphone pre-amps.
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(28). AC INLET with FUSE HOLDER
Standard IEC receptacle, connect your OEX900 to mains with the supplied power cord.
(29). POWER Switch
It switches on/off the OEX900 main power.
(30). Powered Output Connectors
These 4-way speakon type connectors are used to output the powered signal to L&R speaker cabinets.
Note: in order to avoid damaging your built-in amplifier, please pay attention to speaker impedance.
Lower load impedance is not permitted.
(29)
(28)
(30)
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5. PRESET LIST
No.
Preset
Description
Controllable parameter
Parameter
Variable range
1
VOCAL 1
Simulate a room with small delay time.
Decay time
Pre-delay
0.8~1.1s
0~79ms
2
VOCAL 2
Simulate a small space with slight decay time.
Decay time
Pre-delay
0.8~2.5s
0~79ms
3
LARGE HALL
Simulate a large acoustic space of the sound.
Decay time
Pre-delay
3.6~5.4s
23~55ms
4
SMALL HALL
Simulate a small acoustic space of the sound.
Decay time
Pre-delay
1.0~2.9s
20~45ms
5
LARGE ROOM
Simulate a studio room with many early reflections. Decay time
Pre-delay
6
SMALL ROOM
Simulate a bright studio room.
Decay time
Pre-delay
0.7~2.1s
20~45ms
7
PLATE
Simulate the transducers sound like classic bright
vocal plate.
Decay time
Pre-delay
0.6~6.1s
10ms
8
TAPE REVERB
Simulate a record head and multiple playback heads Decay time
Pre-delay
at intervals along the tape.
1.3~5.4s
0~84ms
9
SPRING REVERB Simulate the analog transducers' springs lightly Decay time
Pre-delay
stretched sound.
1.3~5.4s
0~35ms
10
MONO DELAY
Reproduce the sound input on the outputafter a Period
lapse of time.
60~650ms
11
STEREO DELAY
Recreate the input sound on the stereo output with Period
different time.
Feedback
210~400ms
37~73%
12
FLANGER
Simulate to play with another person carryingout Rate
sam e the notes on the same instrument
0.16~2.79Hz
13
CHORUS
Recreate the illusion of more than one instrument Rate
from a single instrument sound
0.5~5Hz
14
REV.+DELAY
Delay with room effect
Delay period
Rev. decay time
211~375ms
1.0~2.9s
15
REV.+FLANGER
Stereo chorus and large room reverb
Flanger Rate
Rev. decay time
0.16~2.52Hz
1.5~2.9s
16
REV.+CHORUS
Simulate the sound effect achieved by rotating horn Chorus rate
Rev. decay time
speakers and a bass cylinder
12
2.9~4.5s
23~55ms
0.5~4.74Hz
1.5~2.9s
6. OEX900 WIRING GUIDE
Defective wiring may degrade the performance of OEX900 product so, please, use good quality screened audio
cable. Please follow the descriptions below to connect the OEX900 with external equipment, without experiencing
any noise or signal loss.
Model
Input/Output
Connector
MIC IN
LINE IN
Type
Description
XLR
PIN1 = Screen / Ground
PIN2 = Hot Signal
PIN3 = Cold Signal
1/4" jack TRS
TIP = Hot
RING = Cold
SLEEVE = Screen
Diagram
1/4" jack
+
Tip
Ring
Sleeve
TRS Type Balanced
+
AUX SEND
1/4" jack TS
TIP = Hot
SLEEVE = Screen
Tip
Ring
Sleeve
TRS Type Unbalanced
Mixer
Section
TAPE IN
RCA
TIP = Hot
SLEEVE = Screen
RCA
TIP = Hot
SLEEVE = Screen
+
Tip
TAPE OUT
MIX OUT
HEADPHONE
POWER
CONNECTOR
1/4" jack TRS
TIP = Hot
RING = Cold
SLEEVE = Screen
1/4" jack TRS
TIP = Hot
RING = Cold
SLEEVE = Screen
PIN1= AC IN (+18V)
PIN2= PGND
PIN3= AC IN (-18V)
PIN4= OUT - GND
PIN5= SUB OUT
PIN6= L OUT HI
PIN7= R OUT HI
PIN8= C - GND
SCM
Sleeve
TS Type Unbalanced
RCA Connector
+
SCM
XLR connector
Pin2 (+)
Pin3 (-)
Speaker
Section
Pin1 ( )
SPEAKER IN
4-way speaker
connector
1+,1-,2+,2-
XLR Type Balanced
Pin2 (+)
Pin3 (-)
(Linked to Pin1 manually,
Main Output
Section
POWERED
OUTPUT
4-way speaker
connector
1+,1-,2+,2-
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Pin1 ( )
XLR Type Unbalanced
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7. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Mixer Section
Mono input channels
Electronically balanced, discrete input configuration
10Hz to 55kHz,+/- 3dB
0.04% at +4dBu,1kHz
Gain
30dB
SNR(Signal to Noise Ratio) >94dB
Line input
Electronically balanced
Frequency response
10Hz to 55kHz,+/- 3dB
Distortion(THD&N)
0.04% at +4dBu,1kHz
Gain
10dB
Stereo input channels Line input
Unbalanced
Frequency response
10Hz to 55kHz,+/- 3dB
Distortion(THD&N)
0.04% at +4dBu,1kHz
Microphone
Input
1.4kOhm
Impedances
Channel Insert return
2.5kOhm
All other inputs
10kOhm or greater
Tape out
1kOhm
All other outputs
120Ohm
Hi shelving
+/[email protected]
Equalization
Mid bell
+/[email protected]
Low shelving
+/[email protected]
A/D and D/A converters
DSP Section
24bit
DSP resolution
24bit
Type of effects
Hall,Room,Vocal&Plate REVERBS
Mono & Stereo DELAY (max DELAY TIME 650ms)
Chorus,Flanger & Reverb MODULATIONS
REVERB+DELAY,REVERB+CHORUS,
REVERB+FLANGER combinations
Microphone Input
Frequency response
Distortion(THD&N)
Presets
Controls
Main Mix Section
Noise(Bus noise)
Max output
Controls
AUX Sends max out
256
16-position PRESET selector
16-position VARIATION selector
CLIP LED
MUTE SWITCH with LED indicator
Fader 0 dB,channels muted:-85dBr (ref.:+4dBu)
Fader 0 dB,all input channels assigned and set to
UNITY gain:-81dBr(ref.:+4dBu)
+27dBu balanced
+22dBu unbalanced, 1/4" jacks
+22dBu
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Speaker Section
3-Way Powered System
Low Output Power
MID-HIGH Output Power
Peak Power Rating
Max SPL at 1mt
Frequency response
Impedance Low-Mid/High
Crossover Frequencies
Bi-Amp plus passive crossover into Satellite
250W RMS Class H
150W+150W RMS Class AB
1200W Peak
119.5dB Continuous - 122.5dB Peak ( calculated )
45Hz- 20kHz @ -10dB
Low 4ohm - Mid/High 8ohm
Active 125Hz at 12dB/Oct - Passive 3000Hz at 12dB/Oct
with Electronic Dynamic Protections.
Amplifier Protections
Low-Mid/High
Soft Start - Short Circuit - DC output voltage
-Thermal Protection - Subsonic Filter at
30Hz - 24dB/Oct. - Limiter / Compressor.
Low Frequency Device
Mid Frequency Device
High Frequency Device
Horn Coverage H x V
Plastic Reinforced Cabinet
15" / 385mm - 2.5" Voice Coil
2 x 6.5" / 165mm - 1.5" Voice Coil
1" Compression Driver - 1" Voice Coil
80 H x 80 V
Polypropilene
Physical
Dimension(W*D*H)
Net Weight
Gross Weight
1060*700*700mm
43.04kg
60.04kg
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8. WARRANTY
7.1 WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD
To obtain Warranty Service, the buyer should first fill out and return the enclosed Warranty Registration Card within
10 days of the Purchase Date.
All the information presented in this Warranty Registration Card gives the manufacturer a better understanding of
the sales status, so as to purport a more effective and efficient after-sales warranty service.
Please fill out all the information carefully and genuinely, miswriting or absence of this card will void your warranty
service.
7.2 RETURN NOTICE
a. In case of return for any warranty service, please make sure that the product is well packed in its original shipping
carton, and it can protect your unit from any other extra damage.
b. Please provide a copy of your sales receipt or other proof of purchase with the returned machine, and give detail
information about your return address and contact telephone number.
c. A brief description of the defect will be appreciated.
d. Please prepay all the costs involved in the return shipping, handling and insurance.
3. TERMS AND CONDITIONS
a.
LTO warrants that this product will be free from any defects in materials and/or workmanship for a period
of 1 year from the purchase date if you have completed the Warranty Registration Card in time.
b. The warranty service is only available to the original consumer, who purchased this product directly from the
retail dealer, and it can not be transferred.
c. During the warranty service, LTO may repair or replace this product at its own option at no charge to you for
parts or for labor in accordance with the right side of this limited warranty.
d. This warranty does not apply to the damages to this product that occurred as the following conditions:
Instead of operating in accordance with the user's manual thoroughly, any abuse or misuse of this product.
Normal tear and wear.
The product has been altered or modified in any way.
Damage which may have been caused either directly or indirectly by another product / force / etc.
Abnormal service or repairing by anyone other than the qualified personnel or technician.
And in such cases, all the expenses will be charged to the buyer.
e. In no event shall LTO be liable for any incidental or consequential damages. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion or limitation may not apply to you.
f. This warranty gives you the specific rights, and these rights are compatible with the state laws, you may also
have other statutory rights that may vary from state to state.
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SEIKAKU TECHNICAL GROUP LIMITED
No. 1, Lane 17, Sec. 2, Han Shi West Road, Taichung 40151, Taiwan
http://www.altoproaudio.com Tel: 886-4-22313737
email: [email protected] Fax: 886-4-22346757
All rights reserved to ALTO. All features and content might be changed
without prior notice. Any photocopy, translation, or reproduction of part of this
manual without written permission is forbidden. Copyright c 2005 SEIKAKU GROUP
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