Sony 2-190-733-11 (1) user manual

User manual for the device Sony 2-190-733-11 (1)

Device: Sony 2-190-733-11 (1)
Category: Music Mixer
Manufacturer: Sony
Size: 1 MB
Added : 11/18/2014
Number of pages: 33
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2-190-733-11 (1)
SRP-X500P Manager
User’s Guide
Software Version 1.0
Before using the software, please read this User’s Guide and the Operating Instructions of the
SRP-X500P Digital Powered Mixer thoroughly and retain them for future reference.
SRP-X500P
© 2004 Sony Corporation

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Table of Contents Overview.................................................................................3 Features ...................................................................................... 3 Using the supplied CD-ROM..................................................... 3 Operating conditions .................................................................. 3 Preparation.............................................................................4 Installing the SRP-X500P Manager

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Operating conditions Overview The recommended operating environment for using the SRP-X500P Manager is as follows. Features OS Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional The SRP-X500P Manager is a program which allows you Microsoft Windows XP Professional to make parameter settings for the SRP-X500P Digital Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Powered Mixer. CPU Celeron 400 MHz or higher RAM 128 MB of RAM or greater Various effector settings Available hard 20 MB of

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Uninstalling Preparation 1 Click the Start menu and select “Settings (S)”. Then click “Control Panel” to open it. Installing the SRP-X500P Manager 2 Double-click the “Add/Remove Programs” icon and select “SRP-X500P Manager” from the list of the 1 Insert the supplied CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive “Install/Uninstall” tab. of the personal computer. 3 Click “Add/Remove (R)...”. 2 Open the SRP-X500P Manager\English folder double-click the Setup icon. This completes the uninstallation. “Welcome to

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Names and Functions of Controls on Screen Common operation section The controls shown below appear on all the screens. A Menu bar The titles of the menus are displayed. You can perform operations that are common to the basic settings and each setup screen. a File menu This software allows you to save the parameters of up to 8 scenes and the information in a single setup file (*.x5p). New: Creates a new setup file. Cannot be selected when communication between the SRP-X500P Manager and the S

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D The index of the selected scene number is displayed. E Click the Open button. Save: Saves the new data by overwriting the existing data. Save as: Saves the data under a different name. Exit: Exits the SRP-X500P Manager. b Communication menu Activates/deactivates the communication between the SRP-X500P Manager and the mixer. Also specifies the port number for RS-232C communication. Connect: Activates communication. Cannot be selected when the communication between the SRP-X500P Manager

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A MIC INPUT setting section +48V: Lights up red when the +48 V ON/OFF switch on the mixer is set to ON. b Index name input box You can enter an index name for each input channel. Up to eight alphanumeric characters can be entered. c TRIM indication Displays the reference level of the input channel specified by the TRIM control on the mixer within the range of –60 dBu to –30 dBu. d Level meter Displays the signal level of the input channel. e LCF, FR/EQ, and AGC buttons Click to turn each fu

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B LINE, AV/RGB INPUT setting section a TRIM indication Displays reference level specified by the TRIM control on the mixer. b Level meter Displays the signal level of each input channel. c AV/RGB SELECTOR buttons Click to select one of the AV/RGB channels (A to E). The D OUTPUT setting section button for the selected channel lights up green. d SIGNAL DEFINE indication Displays the signal format specified in the PROJECTOR CONTROL setting section of the REMOTE PARALLEL/ PROJECTOR CONTROL screen

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d CLIP indicator Note Lights up red when the CLIP indicator on the mixer lights The total amount of delay time to be set for the total output up red. channel must not exceed 160 ms (54.7 m or 181.9 feet). For details, see “DELAY amount setup box” (page 13). e LINK check box Check the muting, compressor, delay, and output fader b PROTECTION indicator settings for the SPEAKER 1 and 2, SPEAKER 3 and 4, Lights up red when the PROTECTION indicator on the LINE 1 and 2, or LINE 3 and 4 to link wi

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OVER VIEW screen The detailed settings on equalizer, automatic gain control, etc., for each channel can be performed. A MIC INPUT setting section b Level meter Displays the signal level of the input channel. c Indicators These are the indicators of microphone input. RF: Lights up green when the RF signal is input to the wireless tuner unit which is installed in the mixer. AF: Lights up yellow when the audio signal is input to the wireless tuner unit which is installed in the mixer. WL: Lig

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K GAIN CONTROL indication Shows the amount of gain control obtained by the AGC function. L CLOSE button Click to close the AUTO GAIN CONTROL setting screen. f FR/EQ (Feedback Reducer/Equalizer) button Left-click to display the MIC INPUT EQUALIZER setting screen. A Characteristics graph Displays the characteristics of the automatic gain control. By dragging the marker with the mouse, threshold level and ratio of the compressor and threshold level of the gate can be changed. B ON button Clic

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Click “FR” or “EQ” to select the function of equalizer as the feedback reducer or the parametric equalizer. FR: The feedback reducer setting screen appears. When “FR” is selected, the EQ parameter 1 to 5 columns become inactive and FR SETUP button becomes active. EQ: The 5-band parametric equalizer setting screen appears. When “EQ” is selected, the EQ parameter 1 to 5 columns become active and FR SETUP button becomes inactive. Note Changing the parametric equalizer setting will cancel

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a DELAY REMAIN indication The total amount of delay time to be set for the total output channels must not exceed 160 ms (54.7 m, or 181.9 feet). After the DELAY REMAIN indication shows 0%, the amount of delay time cannot be increased. b UNIT setup box Allows you to select the unit of the delay from the following: ms, meter, feet. D Routing setting section a DELAY button With this section, you can select an output path for each Turns the delay time function on or off. The button lights inp

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H ATTACK setup box Notes Specifies the attack time.  Even when the LINK check box is checked, equalizer settings are not linked between the 2 channels. I RELEASE setup box  When the sum of delay amount or compressor amount Specifies the release time. exceeds the limit due to linkage of the 2 channels, a warning message appears. If this occurs, reduce the J CLOSE button amount. Click to close the COMPRESSOR setting screen. g COMP button h EQ button Left-click to display the COMPRESSOR setti

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Left-click to turn the equalizer on or off. When set to i Output fader ON, this button lights up green. You can adjust the output level by dragging the output fader. The yellow triangular marker displayed on the side E Equalizer parameter setup boxes of the fader indicates the fader position which is the sum of Set the frequency, Q-value, and gain for each equalizer the output fader setting, remote fader setting, and the band. Values can be set by clicking on the S/s output level control set

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d MUTING indicator e Remote fader level indication The indicator for the muted fader lights up red. Shows the level of the remote fader. PARALLEL/PROJECTOR CONTROL screen The PARALLEL/PROJECTOR CONTROL screen allows you to make settings on the REMOTE PARALLEL connector of the mixer and projector control. A PARALLEL setting section When input voltage is low: Lights up green. b INPUT function selection section Left-click and select the function from the pull-down menu. The selectable functions

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SCENE 1-8 Switch When turned on, recalls the scene RECALL (momentary memory. type) PROJECTER ON Switch When turned on, turns on the POWER (momentary projector power. type) 1 2 STANDBY Switch When turned on, sets the projector (momentary to standby status. type) 3 ON/ Switch (latch When turned on, turns on the STANDBY type) projector power. Turn off to set the projector to standby status. EMG OPEN Emergency When the signal from the broadcast emergency broadcast system is system OPEN, mutes

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E Command input section I COMMAND SEQUENCE indication Enter the commands to be sent from the mixer to the Shows the sequence of commands and the wait time to projector to turn it on, to set it to standby status, or to be sent for defining the input channel on the projector. select the input channel. Enter the command as a hexadecimal number using numbers 0 to 9 and letters J CLOSE button A to F. Click to close the PROTOCOL SETTING setting The maximum length of the command is 32 bytes. screen.

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Gray: A scene file is stored. Deep gray: No scene file is stored. About the Mixer’s Internal b INDEX indication Preset Memory Shows the index name of the scene file. c FUNCTIONS indication The functions stored to the selected scene file light up SYSTEM TYPE preset memory green. By setting the SYSTEM TYPE selector on the front panel of the mixer to 1 to 9, you can choose the speaker system d STORE button type setting that corresponds with the AV system being Used to store the scene file. Le

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4 MIC 1-4 - aa -- - - SYSTE Setting LINE, - a - a -- - M TYPE MASTER REMOTE AV/RGB 1 2 345 6 SP OUT 1 -- - - - - - 1 MIC 1-4 - aa -- - - SP OUT 2 -- - - - - - LINE, - a - a -- - SP OUT 3 a -- - a -- AV/RGB SP OUT 4 -- - - - - - SP OUT 1 a -- - a -- LINE OUT 1 a -- - - aa SP OUT 2 a -- - a -- LINE OUT 2 a -- - - aa SP OUT 3 a -- - a -- LINE OUT 3 -- - - - a - SP OUT 4 -- - - - - - LINE OUT 4 -- - - - a - LINE OUT 1 a -- - - aa 5 MIC 1-4 - aa -- - - LINE OUT 2 a -- - - aa LINE, - a - a -- - LINE O


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