Sony RS-232C user manual

User manual for the device Sony RS-232C

Device: Sony RS-232C
Category: Music Mixer
Manufacturer: Sony
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Added : 11/18/2014
Number of pages: 62
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Digital Powered Mixer
SRP-X700P
RS-232C Interface Manual
2nd Edition
Issued: Oct. 2003
 2003 Sony Corporation

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Table of Contents Overview ................................................................................................................................... 4 Connecting Computer ............................................................................................................. 4 Communication Format .......................................................................................................... 4 Communication Protocol ......................................................

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LINE OUTPUT1,2 PARAMETER REQUEST Command ....................................... 39 LINE OUTPUT3-8 Command ................................................................................... 39 LINE OUTPUT3-8 PARAMETER REQUEST Command ....................................... 41 MIC INPUT Command .............................................................................................. 41 MIC INPUT PARAMETER REQUEST Command .................................................. 44 MUTING/LINE4 SEL

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Overview This is the Interface Manual for the Sony SRP-X700P Digital Powered Mixer. This protocol is designed to control the SRP-X700P Digital Powered Mixer from an externally connected computer. Read this manual together with Operating Instructions. Caution The material contained in this manual consists of information that is the property of Sony Corporation and is intended solely for use by the purchasers of the equipment described in this manual. Sony Corporation expressly prohibits the dupli

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Communication Protocol The communication protocol is described below. • When the SRP-X700P has received a command from computer successfully, the SRP-X700P returns “ACK” (Acknowledge). When the SRP-X700P fails to process the command due to reception error or others, it returns “NAK” (Not Acknowledge). • When a computer has sent a command, the computer should wait “ACK” or “NAK” to be returned from the SRP-X700P. Upon receipt of the return, a computer can send the next command. • If a computer do

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Command Reference Basic Control Commands The group of the Basic Control Commands contains 12 commands that enable you to perform the basic operations such as changing the sound volume, switching the LINE4 SELECTOR of the SRP-X700P and others. CONTROL S: 43[H] 52[H] 43[H] 53[H] (‘CRCS’) This command is used to control an external equipment that is connected to the CONTROL S terminal of the SRP-X700P. • Packet format 43[H] 52[H] 43[H] 53[H] “parameter” 0D[H] • Parameter The parameter consists of

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• Remote command Specify the command that you want to send. REMOTE COMMAND Stop sending 30[H] ( ‘0’ ) PLAY 31[H] ( ‘1’ ) PAUSE 32[H] ( ‘2’ ) STOP 33[H] ( ‘3’ ) F. F. 34[H] ( ‘4’ ) REW. 35[H] ( ‘5’ ) REC 36[H] ( ‘6’ ) NEXT 37[H] ( ‘7’ ) PREV. 38[H] ( ‘8’ ) POWER ON 39[H] ( ‘9’ ) POWER STANDBY 3A[H] ( ‘:’ ) Because the SRP-X700P keeps sending the CONTROL S signal since its starts sending the “REMOTE COMMAND” of 31[H] - 3A[H] until it the “Stop sending command” 30[H] is sent, the computer must sure

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• Fader level (2nd byte) Set the fader level [dB]. LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL -∞ 30[H] (‘0’) -20.0 40[H] (‘@’) -4.5 50[H] (‘P’) +3.5 60[H] (‘`’) -70.0 31[H] (‘1’) -19.0 41[H] (‘A’) -4.0 51[H] (‘Q’) +4.0 61[H] (‘a’) -60.0 32[H] (‘2’) -18.0 42[H] (‘B’) -3.5 52[H] (‘R’) +4.5 62[H] (‘b’) -55.0 33[H] (‘3’) -17.0 43[H] (‘C’) -3.0 53[H] (‘S’) +5.0 63[H] (‘c’) -50.0 34[H] (‘4’) -16.0 44[H] (‘D’) -2.5 54[H] (‘T’) +5.5 64[H] (‘d’) -45.0 35[H] (‘5’) -15.0 45[H] (‘E’) -2.0 55[H] (‘U’) +6.0 65[H] (‘e’) -

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LEVEL UP: 43[H] 4C[H] 56[H] 2B[H] (‘CLV+’) This command is used to increase the sound volume of the specified channel. When this command is sent, the sound volume keeps increasing. When the LEVEL UP/DOWN STOP command that is described later, is sent, the sound volume stops increasing. Variable range of a sound volume is from –∞ to +10 dB when the sound volume is set to the reference level 0 dB. When the power of the SRP-X700P is turned off, the sound volume level is reset to 0 dB. • Packet form

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MUTING: 43[H] 4D[H] 55[H] 54[H] (‘CMUT’) This command is used to mute the specified channel or cancel muting of the specified channel. • Packet format 43[H] 4D[H] 55[H] 54[H] “parameter” 0D[H] • Parameter The parameter consists of the two-byte data in the following order. byte Parameter name 1st CHANNEL 2nd MUTING • Channel Same as that of LEVEL DOWN command. • Muting MUTING CANCEL MUNTING 40[H] ( ‘@’ ) MUTING 41[H] ( ‘A’ ) Example: When muting REMOTE1 43[H] 4D[H] 55[H] 54[H]42[H] 41[H] 0D[H] (

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PARALLEL OUTPUT ON: 43[H] 50[H] 4F[H] 4E[H] (‘CPON’) This command is used to turn on OUTPUT of the REMOTE PARALLEL terminals separately of the SRP-X700P. • Packet format 43[H] 50[H] 4F[H] 4E[H] “parameter” 0D[H] • Parameter Same as that of the PARALLEL OUT OFF command. Example: When turning on channel 1 43[H] 50[H] 4F[H] 4E[H] 31[H] 0D[H] (‘C P O N 1 CR’) PROJECTOR POWER CONTROL: 43[H] 50[H] 4A[H] 50[H] (‘CPJP’) This command is used to turn on the power or to set the power standby of the projec

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SCENE RECALL: 43[H] 52[H] 43[H] 4C[H] (‘CRCL’) This command is used to recall the desired scene. • Packet format 43[H] 52[H] 43[H] 4C[H] “parameter” 0D[H] • Parameter Specify the scene number that you want to use, as the parameter. • Scene No. Specify the scene number that you want to use. SCENE No. SCENE No. 131[H] ( ‘1’ )11 3B[H] ( ‘;’ ) 232[H] ( ‘2’ ) 12 3C[H] ( ‘<’ ) 333[H] ( ‘3’ ) 13 3D[H] ( ‘=’ ) 434[H] ( ‘4’ )14 3E[H] ( ‘>’ ) 535[H] ( ‘5’ )15 3F[H] ( ‘?’ ) 636[H] ( ‘6’ )16 40[H] ( ‘@’ )

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• Parameter Specified Specified byte Parameter name byte Parameter name Value Value 55[H] (‘U’) 30[H] (‘0’) 1st MIC 1/WL 1 LEVEL METER VALUE 38th PARALLEL INPUT7-12 56[H] (‘V’) 2nd MIC 2/WL 2 LEVEL METER VALUE 31[H] (‘1’) 39th PARALLEL OUTPUT1-6 57[H] (‘W’) 32[H] (‘2’) 3rd MIC 3 LEVEL METER VALUE 40th PARALLEL OUTPUT7-10 58[H] (‘X’) 4th MIC 4 LEVEL METER VALUE 33[H] (‘3’) 41st MIC 1/WL 1 FADER VALUE 59[H] (‘Y’) 34[H] (‘4’) 5th MIC 5/LINE 1 LEVEL METER VALUE 42nd MIC 2/WL 2 FADER VALUE 5A[H] (‘Z’

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Level meter value The level meter values [dB] are indicated as shown below. LEVEL LEVEL under -30 30[H] (‘0’)-4 39[H] (‘9’) -30 31[H] (‘1’)-3 3A[H] (‘:’) -20 32[H] (‘2’)-2 3B[H] (‘;’) -15 33[H] (‘3’) -1 3C[H] (‘<’) -10 34[H] (‘4’)0 3D[H] (‘=’) -8 35[H] (‘5’)1 3E[H] (‘>’) -7 36[H] (‘6’) 2 3F[H] (‘?’) -6 37[H] (‘7’) 3 40[H] (‘@’) -5 38[H] (‘8’) MIC SWITCH This command is used to display the status of the +48V switches of the MIC1/WL1 to MIC6/LINE2 by the 8-bit data. bit7 bit6 bit5 bit4 bit3 bit2 b

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MIC INPUT –∞ Turning on/off of the -∞ indicators of MIC1/WL1 to MIC6/LINE2 is indicated by the 8-bit data. bit7 bit6 bit5 bit4 bit3 bit2 bit1 bit0 0 1 MIC6/ MIC5/ MIC4 MIC3 MIC2/ MIC1/ LINE2 LINE1 WL2 WL1 When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, –∞ indicator turns on. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, –∞ indicator turns off. Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time. LINE INPUT OVER GAIN Turning on/off of the –∞ indicator of LINE3 and 4 is indicated by the 8-bit data. bit7 bit6 bit5 bit4 bit3 bit2 bit1

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CLIP/PROTECTION Turning on/off of the CLIP and PROTECTION indicators of speaker output is indicated by the 8-bit data. bit7 bit6 bit5 bit4 bit3 bit2 bit1 bit0 0 1 0 0 0 PROTECTION CH2 CLIP CH1 CLIP When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, the indicator turns on. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, the indicator turns off. Bit-2 to bit-7 are fixed all the time. GATE Operating status of the GATE of the automatic mixer block is indicated by the 8-bit data. bit7 bit6 bit5 bit4 bit3 bit2 bit1 bit0 0 1 MIC6/

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PARALLEL OUTPUT7-10 Presence or absence of output signal at the PARALLEL OUTPUT7 to 10 connectors on the rear panel of the SRP-X700P is indicated by the 8-bit data. bit7 bit6 bit5 bit4 bit3 bit2 bit1 bit0 0 1 0 0 OUT10 OUT9 OUT8 OUT7 When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, output signal is present. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, output signal is absent. Bit-4 to bit-7 are fixed all the time. FADER VALUE The fader value [dB] of each input channel, output channel and of the group fader is indicated

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MIC MUTING Status of muting of MIC1/WL1 to MIC6/LINE2 is indicated by the 8-bit data. bit7 bit6 bit5 bit4 bit3 bit2 bit1 bit0 0 1 MIC6/ MIC5/ MIC4 MIC3 MIC2/ MIC1/ LINE2 LINE1 WL2 WL1 When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, the audio is muted. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, muting is released. Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time. LINE INPUT MUTING Status of muting of LINE3 and 4 is indicated by the 8-bit data. bit7 bit6 bit5 bit4 bit3 bit2 bit1 bit0 0 1 0 0 0 0 LINE4 LINE3 When the correspondi

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GROUP MUTING Status of muting of REMOTE1 to 6 among the GROUP FADER is indicated by the 8-bit data. bit7 bit6 bit5 bit4 bit3 bit2 bit1 bit0 0 1 REMOTE6 REMOTE5 REMOTE4 REMOTE3 REMOTE2 REMOTE1 When the corresponding bit is ‘1’, it is is muted. When the corresponding bit is ‘0’, muting is released. Bit-6 and bit-7 are fixed all the time. LINE4 SELECT It indicates which channel of A to F is being selected in the LINE4. The following value is returned from the SRP-X700P. CHANNEL OFF 30[H] (‘0’) [H]

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LOCK/FADER Status of the PANEL LOCK and that of FADER MODE are indicated by the 8-bit data. bit7 bit6 bit5 bit4 bit3 bit2 bit1 bit0 0 1 0 0 0 0 PANEL LOCK FADER When bit 0 is ‘1’, it indicates that the fader is in the ACTIVE mode. When bit 0 is ‘0’, it indicates that the fader is in the INACTIVE mode. When bit 1 is ‘1’, it indicates that operations from the front panel of the SRP-X700P are in the LOCKed state. When bit 1 is ‘0’, it indicates that operations from the front panel of the SRP-X700P


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