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SDDS Recorder System
DIGITAL FILM SOUND CAMERA
DIGITAL FILM SOUND ENCODER
Serial No. 1010 and Higher (DFR-C3000)
Serial No. 1010 and Higher (DFR-E3000)
English For customers in the United Kingdom WARNING WARNING THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. IMPORTANT The wires in this mains lead are coloured in To avoid electrical shock, do not open the accordance with the following code: cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified Green-and-yellow: Earth Blue: Neutral personnel only. Brown: Live As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this This symbol is intended to alert the u
English Table of Contents About the SDDS Recorder System ........................................................... 2 Principal Features ................................................................................. 2 System Configuration ........................................................................... 4 Location of Parts and Controls ............................................................. 5 Important Precautions...............................................................
About the SDDS Recorder System About the SDDS Recorder System Principal Features 1) The SDDS Recorder System consists of a DFR-C3000 Digital Film Sound Camera and a DFR-E3000 Digital Film Sound Encoder. 2) Used in conjunction with a Westrex RA-1231 Optical Sound Recording Camera, this system records digital and analog audio signals on undeveloped movie film. The principal features of this system are as follows: Eight discrete channels of digital audio signals A total of eight channels of digital
Easy maintenance This system uses 64 LEDs for each track as a light source. These LEDs are grouped into four 16-LED blocks, each of which are separately replaceable. The blocks are connected to the optical fiber cable via a newly developed optical connector. Highly reliable and scratch-free film travel The sprockets in the DFR-C3000 and the Westrex optical sound recording camera are connected and synchronized by a belt, and the drum and the inlet and outlet guides are built to provide the iner
About the SDDS Recorder System System Configuration To Westrex Camera System 1) ADVANTEST ADVANTEST DFR-C3000 Digital Film Sound TQ8215/TQ13216 TQ82017 Optical Camera Optical Power Power Probe Multimeter (optional) (optional) ENCODER OUT ENCODER IN RS232C GPIB REMOTE CAMERA CAMERA OUT CAMERA IN COM GPIB I/O SYNC PC I/F IBM PC/AT or LPT (IEEE1284) compatible computer REF DFR-E3000 Digital Film Sound Encoder with a GP-IB interface VIDEO card (controller, optional) D3000 I/F TIMECODE IN AUDIO IN F
Eight channels of audio signals in analog, SDIF-2, or AES/EBU format, played back on a digital or analog audio reproducer, are input to the DFR- E3000, which then compresses the signals and generates mixed signals as a protective measure for signal dropout. The DFR-E3000 then processes the signals for recording onto the film and sends the processed signals to a DFR-C3000 which is also connected to the host computer. Under the control of the DFR-E3000, the DFR-C3000 records the digital audio sign
About the SDDS Recorder System Internal view Drum Tension indicator Sprocket wheel Pressure arm Internal view of the DFR-C3000 DFR-E3000 Front view 1 POWER switch 2 Power and status indicator Front view of the DFR-E3000 1 POWER switch 2 Power and status indicator Turns the power on or off. Lights up orange when the encoder is in standby mode and light up green when the power is turned on. The indicator changes to red and flashes when an internal error has been detected and needs repair. 6(E)
Rear view 1 CAMERA OUT connector 2 REFERENCE connectors and 75W termination switch 3 VIDEO SYNC OUT connector 4 CAMERA SYNC connector 5 PC I/F (IEEE 1284) connector 6 CAMERA IN connector 7 DFP-D3000 I/F connector 8 REMOTE I/O connector - AC IN U 9 AC IN connector q; U (ground) connector qa SDIF-2 IN connector qs ANALOG OUT connector qd WORD SYNC connector qf ANALOG IN connector qg TIME CODE connector qh AES/EBU IN connector Rear view of the DFR-E3000 4 CAMERA SYNC connector 1 CAMERA OUT connecto
About the SDDS Recorder System 8 REMOTE I/O connector qs ANALOG OUT connector Connect to the Westrex Camera System to output start Connect to the monitor amplifier to output 8-channel or stop command. For details, contact your nearest balanced analog audio signal. Sony dealer or service personnel. qd WORD SYNC connector 9 AC IN connector Connect to the digital audio reproducer to output word Connect the AC power cord. For information on the sync signal. type of the AC power cord to be used, co
4 Make sure that the indicator link hole can be seen at the center of the panel hole and that the tension indicator can be seen in the indicator link hole. If not, adjust the film by one, two, or three sprockets. Verify that the indicator link hole is positioned in the center of the panel hole and that the tension indicator is positioned in the center of the indicator link hole. If not, turn the sprocket to advance the film until it does. 5 Make sure the film is threaded correctly along the en
About the SDDS Recorder System 6 Replace the T-reel side lid of the film magazine, close the door of the DFR-C3000, and then close the door of the Westrex camera (in this order). Film magazine S-reel T-reel DFR-C3000 Digital Film Sound Camera Westrex RA-1231 Optical Sound Recording Camera Sprocket wheel Indicator link holes Pressure arm Panel hole Tension indicator Loading the film 10(E)
Specifications SDDS Digital Audio Signals Number of channels 8 Channel assignment Channel 1: Left Channel 2: Left Center Channel 3: Center Channel 4: Right Center Channel 5: Right Channel 6: Boom Channel 7: Surround Left Channel 8: Surround Right Sampling frequency 44.1 kHz Frequency response 20 Hz to 20 kHz ±1.0 dB Dynamic range 90 dB or more Distortion 0.07% or less Crosstalk –80 dB or less Headroom 20 dB DFR-C3000 Digital Film Sound Camera Power requirements 100-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz Pow
About the SDDS Recorder System DFR-E3000 Digital Film Sound Encoder Power requirements 100-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz Power consumption 200 VA Operating temperature 5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F) Operating humidity 10% to 90% relative humidity Storage temperature –20°C to +60°C (–4°F to +140°F) Mass 13 kg (28 lb 11 oz) Dimensions (w/h/d) 424 · 132 · 451 mm 3 1 7 (16 /4 · 5 /4 · 17 /8 inches) Peak inrush current (1) Power ON, current probe method: 25 A (240 V), 10 A (100 V) (2) Hot switching inrush current
AUDIO OUT D-sub, 25-pin male Reference level: +4 dBu/0 dBu/–10 dBu (selectable by PC) Load impedance: 600 W Sampling frequency: 44.1 kHz Frequency response: 20 Hz to 20 kHz ±1 dB Dynamic range: 90 dB or more Distortion: 0.07% or less Crosstalk: –80 dB or less Output signal: analog audio Reference REFERENCE BNC-type · 2, loop-through Impedance: 75 W (75W termination switch attached) Signal format: black burst or composite sync Video system: NTSC, MONO, or PAL (auto detection) VIDEO SYN
About the SDDS Recorder System Others DFP-D3000 I/F 5W1 connector Signal format: SDDS serial interface Accessories supplied Operation Manual (1) Rack mount adaptors (1 set) Westrex modification kit (1) Required customer supplied equipment Westrex RA-1231 Optical Sound Recording Camera and its peripheral devices (1 set) IBM PC/AT or compatible personal computer (1) (For details, see page 15.) Digital or analog 8-channel audio reproducer (1) 1) Macbeth TD903 optical measurement equipment (1 set
Software Operation Installing the SDDS Recorder System Software in Your Computer Recommended minimum hardware configuration The recommended minimum hardware configuration of your IBM PC/AT or IBM-compatible personal computer is as follows: 1) CPU: MMX Pentium 266 MHz or higher Memory: 64 megabytes or more Display: 800 · 600 high color or more Free space on the hard disk: 10 megabytes or more CD-ROM drive: One or more Floppy disk drive: At least one drive (2DD/2HD) RS-232C port (COM port): D-sub,
Software Operation To check the resource conflict Point to Start, then Setup, and then point to Control Panel. Double-click the System in the Panel window, then click the Device Manager tab. ! Check that the LPT1 and COM1 are effective and no mark is ! displayed. When is displayed, the resources of COM1 and LPT1 may conflict with other devices. In this case, resolve the conflict. For details, refer to the help of Windows 95/98 or contact the manufacturer of the computer or Microsoft Corpor
Header/Footer • Click to display Header/Footer menu. • Defines the pattern of the film header and footer and sets the density patch. Density Test • Click to display Density Test menu. • Used to create a density test film for finding the optimum LED power setting. System Status • Click to display System Status menu. • Used to display system error indication, serial number, and hours meter of the DFR-C3000. Help Open the help of this software. System Condition • Click to display System Condition m
Software Operation Audio Input Interface box Specifies audio signal to be recorded. Select AES/EBU, SDIF-2, or Analog in accordance with the format of the digital audio signal input to the DFR-E3000. Reference Level box Selects the reference level of the audio signal to be recorded. Select the appropriate reference level in the Reference Level box. Sampling Frequency box When AES/EBU or SDIF-2 is selected in the Audio Input Interface box, sampling frequency can be selected among 44.056 kHz, 44.
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