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Barossa - Motorcycle - Barossa__Barossa_PYTHON_100cc_parts_5d8a7f921c3648a62136367
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Pool Equipment - Haywood-Pool - Super Pump~All Super Pump Models
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VCRs & Accessories - Hitachi Electronics - VTM171A
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1981-1995--Chrysler--Lebaron--4 Cylinders J 2.5L MFI Turbo SOHC--31034803
1981-1995--Chrysler--Lebaron--4 Cylinders C 2.2L FI Turbo SOHC--31006701
Skoda - Auto - skoda-karoq-2017-manual-do-proprietario-110451
Barossa - Motorcycle - Barossa__Barossa_PYTHON_100cc_parts
Furniture & Storage - Blue Rhino - GAD1375SP
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Sewing Machine - Singer - 14T968DC %7C PROFESSIONAL 5
Skoda - Auto - skoda-karoq-2017-110432
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1981-1995--Chrysler--Lebaron--4 Cylinders B 2.2L 2BL SOHC--31218101
Skoda - Auto - skoda-karoq-2017-manuel-du-proprietaire-110440
Skoda - Auto - skoda-karoq-2017-110441
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1981-1995--Chrysler--Lebaron--4 Cylinders D 2.6L 2BL SOHC--31218102
Cars & Automotive Accessories - Kenwood - DPX-510
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1981-1995--Chrysler--Lebaron--4 Cylinders D 2.2L TBI SOHC--31034802
Printers & Accessories - Xerox - WorkCentre Pro C2128~C2636~C3545
Skoda - Auto - skoda-karoq-2017-manualul-de-utilizare-110452
1981-1995--Chrysler--Lebaron--4 Cylinders D 2.2L TBI SOHC--31095601
1981-1995--Chrysler--Lebaron--4 Cylinders J 2.5L MFI Turbo SOHC--31006702
Cars & Automotive Accessories - Ford - F-150 2001
Cameras & Accessories - Nikon - Nikon COOLPIX S203
Skoda - Auto - skoda-karoq-2017-owner-s-manual-110437
Speaker Systems - JBL - Xtreme
Speakers & Audio Accessories - Dual - Dual - SX652 ~ SX692
Sewing Machine - Brother - Brother BAS-511
Sewing Machine - Brother - Brother DB2-B798
Skoda - Auto - skoda-karoq-2017-vodic-za-korisnike-110442
Ducati - Motorcycle - Ducati_M620_ie_Parts_2002
Power Tools & Accessories - STIHL - STIHL Trimmer FS 40, FS 50
Printers & Accessories - Epson - Stylus Pro 9000
DJ Equipment - Kramer AV - VM-4HDT
Printers & Accessories - Epson - WorkForce 40
Summary of Content
Input Wiring Balanced Connection Use this wiring when the source equipment supplies a balanced, 3-wire output signal. SOURCE EQUIPMENT MIC/LINE IN Connect the shield wire of the source signal to the "G" terminal of the input. If the "+" signal lead of the source can be identified, connect it to the plus "+" terminal of the input. If the source lead polarity cannot be identified, connect either of the hot leads to the plus "+" terminal. Connect the remaining lead to the minus "-" terminal of the input. LMM1S LMM1S Note: If polarity of the output signal versus the input signal is important, it may be necessary to reverse input lead connections. Unbalanced Connection SOURCE When the source device provides only an EQUIPMENT unbalanced output (signal and ground), MIC/LINE IN the input module should be wired with the "-" input shorted to ground (G). The unbalanced signal's shield wire is connected to the input module’s ground and JUMPER WIRE the signal hot wire is connected to the "+" terminal. Since unbalanced connections do not provide the same amount of noise immunity that a balanced connection does, the connection distances should be made as short as possible. Mic/Line Input Module Features Block Diagram MIC/LINE INPUT MIC/LINE IN INPUT ATTEN. + GND _ MIC/LINE 50 Spring Street, Ramsey, NJ 07446, U.S.A. 201-934-8500; Fax: 201-934-9832 www.bogen.com • Line mode for high impedance input • MIC Mode for low impedance input • Electronically balanced input • Gain/Trim control with Gain range switch • Bass and treble • 24V Phantom power • Audio Gating • Gating with threshold and duration adjustments • Fade back from mute • 4 levels of available priority • Can be muted from higher priority modules • Can mute lower priority modules • Removeable screw terminal input © 2007 Bogen Communications, Inc. 54-2156-01A 0706 Specifications subject to change without notice. Controls the amount of input signal level necessary to turn the module’s signal output on and mute lower priority modules. Clockwise rotation increases the necessary input signal level required to produce audio output and mute lower priority modules. 2. Gate - Duration (Dur) Controls the amount of time the signal output and priority muting of the module remains applied to the main unit’s buses after the input signal falls below the required minimum signal level (set by the threshold control). Jumper Selections LMM1S 1 2 3 4 5 MIC/LINE IN 6 3. Treble (Treb) The Treble control provides +/- 10 dB at 10 kHz. Clockwise rotation provides boost; counterclockwise rotation provides cut. Center position provides no effect. 4. Bass The Bass control provides +/- 10 dB at 100 Hz. Clockwise rotation provides boost; counterclockwise rotation provides cut. Center position provides no effect. 5. Gain Provides control over the level of input signal that can be applied to the internal signal buses of the main unit. Balances the input levels of various devices so that the main unit controls can be set to relatively uniform or optimum levels. 18-60 dB Gain range in MIC position, -2 to 40 dB in Line position. 6. MIC/Line In MIC/Line level input on removeable screw terminal strip. Electronically balanced input. WARNING: Turn off power to unit and make all jumper selections before installing module in unit. Priority Level* This module can respond to 4 different levels of priority. Priority 1 is the highest priority. It mutes modules with lower priorities and is never muted. Priority 2 can be muted by Priority 1 modules and can mute modules set for Priority Level 3 or 4. Priority 3 can be muted by either Priority 1 or 2 modules and can mute Priority 4 modules. Priority 4 modules are muted by all higher priority modules. Remove all jumpers for “no mute” setting. * The number of priority levels available is determined by the equipment the modules are used in. PRIORITY LEVELS G ATING HIGHEST 1 ENABLED 2 LOWEST 3 4 DISABLED BUS ASSIGNMENT PRIORITIES J13 1. Gate - Threshold (Thresh) J11 GATING ENABLE A B BOTH J12 J10 J4 BUS ASSIGNMENT PHANTOM PWR J2 LINE MIC MIC/LINE SWITCH LINE LEVEL INPUT MIC LEVEL INPUT PHANTOM POWER ON OFF Gating Gating (turning off) of the module’s output when insufficient audio is present at the input can be disabled. Detection of audio for the purpose of muting lower priority modules is always active regardless of this jumper setting. Phantom Power 24V Phantom power can be supplied to condensor microphones when jumper is set to ON position. Leave OFF for dynamic mics. Bus Assignment This module can be set to operate so that the mono signal can be sent to the main unit’s A bus, B bus, or both buses. MIC/LINE Switch Sets input gain range for the intended input device. MIC gain range 18 – 60 dB, LINE gain range -2 – 40 dB. Module Installation 1. Turn off all power to the unit. 2. Make all necessary jumper selections. 3. Position module in front of any desired module bay opening, making sure that the module is right-side up. 4. Slide module onto card guide rails. Make sure that both the top and bottom guides are engaged. 5. Push the module in to the bay until the faceplate contacts the unit’s chassis. 6. Use the two screws included to secure the module to the unit. Controls the amount of input signal level necessary to turn the module’s signal output on and mute lower priority modules. Clockwise rotation increases the necessary input signal level required to produce audio output and mute lower priority modules. 2. Gate - Duration (Dur) Controls the amount of time the signal output and priority muting of the module remains applied to the main unit’s buses after the input signal falls below the required minimum signal level (set by the threshold control). Jumper Selections LMM1S 1 2 3 4 5 MIC/LINE IN 6 3. Treble (Treb) The Treble control provides +/- 10 dB at 10 kHz. Clockwise rotation provides boost; counterclockwise rotation provides cut. Center position provides no effect. 4. Bass The Bass control provides +/- 10 dB at 100 Hz. Clockwise rotation provides boost; counterclockwise rotation provides cut. Center position provides no effect. 5. Gain Provides control over the level of input signal that can be applied to the internal signal buses of the main unit. Balances the input levels of various devices so that the main unit controls can be set to relatively uniform or optimum levels. 18-60 dB Gain range in MIC position, -2 to 40 dB in Line position. 6. MIC/Line In MIC/Line level input on removeable screw terminal strip. Electronically balanced input. WARNING: Turn off power to unit and make all jumper selections before installing module in unit. Priority Level* This module can respond to 4 different levels of priority. Priority 1 is the highest priority. It mutes modules with lower priorities and is never muted. Priority 2 can be muted by Priority 1 modules and can mute modules set for Priority Level 3 or 4. Priority 3 can be muted by either Priority 1 or 2 modules and can mute Priority 4 modules. Priority 4 modules are muted by all higher priority modules. Remove all jumpers for “no mute” setting. * The number of priority levels available is determined by the equipment the modules are used in. PRIORITY LEVELS G ATING HIGHEST 1 ENABLED 2 LOWEST 3 4 DISABLED BUS ASSIGNMENT PRIORITIES J13 1. Gate - Threshold (Thresh) J11 GATING ENABLE A B BOTH J12 J10 J4 BUS ASSIGNMENT PHANTOM PWR J2 LINE MIC MIC/LINE SWITCH LINE LEVEL INPUT MIC LEVEL INPUT PHANTOM POWER ON OFF Gating Gating (turning off) of the module’s output when insufficient audio is present at the input can be disabled. Detection of audio for the purpose of muting lower priority modules is always active regardless of this jumper setting. Phantom Power 24V Phantom power can be supplied to condensor microphones when jumper is set to ON position. Leave OFF for dynamic mics. Bus Assignment This module can be set to operate so that the mono signal can be sent to the main unit’s A bus, B bus, or both buses. MIC/LINE Switch Sets input gain range for the intended input device. MIC gain range 18 – 60 dB, LINE gain range -2 – 40 dB. Module Installation 1. Turn off all power to the unit. 2. Make all necessary jumper selections. 3. Position module in front of any desired module bay opening, making sure that the module is right-side up. 4. Slide module onto card guide rails. Make sure that both the top and bottom guides are engaged. 5. Push the module in to the bay until the faceplate contacts the unit’s chassis. 6. Use the two screws included to secure the module to the unit. Input Wiring Balanced Connection Use this wiring when the source equipment supplies a balanced, 3-wire output signal. SOURCE EQUIPMENT MIC/LINE IN Connect the shield wire of the source signal to the "G" terminal of the input. If the "+" signal lead of the source can be identified, connect it to the plus "+" terminal of the input. If the source lead polarity cannot be identified, connect either of the hot leads to the plus "+" terminal. Connect the remaining lead to the minus "-" terminal of the input. LMM1S LMM1S Note: If polarity of the output signal versus the input signal is important, it may be necessary to reverse input lead connections. Unbalanced Connection SOURCE When the source device provides only an EQUIPMENT unbalanced output (signal and ground), MIC/LINE IN the input module should be wired with the "-" input shorted to ground (G). The unbalanced signal's shield wire is connected to the input module’s ground and JUMPER WIRE the signal hot wire is connected to the "+" terminal. Since unbalanced connections do not provide the same amount of noise immunity that a balanced connection does, the connection distances should be made as short as possible. Mic/Line Input Module Features Block Diagram MIC/LINE INPUT MIC/LINE IN INPUT ATTEN. + GND _ MIC/LINE 50 Spring Street, Ramsey, NJ 07446, U.S.A. 201-934-8500; Fax: 201-934-9832 www.bogen.com • Line mode for high impedance input • MIC Mode for low impedance input • Electronically balanced input • Gain/Trim control with Gain range switch • Bass and treble • 24V Phantom power • Audio Gating • Gating with threshold and duration adjustments • Fade back from mute • 4 levels of available priority • Can be muted from higher priority modules • Can mute lower priority modules • Removeable screw terminal input © 2007 Bogen Communications, Inc. 54-2156-01A 0706 Specifications subject to change without notice.