Surround Master Module
Master Section for the Surround version of the Integrator Mixing Frame
The output signal of the surround bus amplifiers feeds the master insert that is implemented electronically balanced. The insert output is always active; the insert inputs are switched into the signal chain when the INS switched in pressed. The master output is electronically balanced and can be implemented balanced and floating by using external transformers. For the distribution of the output signal, we offer patch bays and distribution panels and more accessories.
An integrated Stereo Downmix Matrix with fixed parameters makes the stereo operation of the 5.1 master section very simply. Only the MODE STEREO has to be pressed for stereo operation. The matrix converts the 5.1 signal in a way that any changing of the panorama sections of the channels is not necessary.
Aux and Cue Masters
The master amplifiers for aux and cue use rotary faders for the master level. An AFL switch per master routs the signal to the PFL system. The aux 1 und aux 2 master amplifiers are implemented in mono, the cue master operates always in stereo mode. The outputs of all masters are electronically balanced.
The additional stereo input of the master module can be used to include a stereo DWA premix, to return the signal of a reverb device or for any other purpose. The input is electronically balanced and has a nominal level of + 6 dBu. There are a stereo send and both the aux sends. The cue send is driven in stereo and can be switched pre or post fader. Both the aux send are driven post fader in mono. The fader is a 100 mm slider fader. The signal is fed to the stereo master bus via the 5.1 panoramic section which operates like the sections of the stereo input modules. The illuminated CH-ON switch activates the channels. A PFL switch and a solo system are part of the stereo channel. The operation of these switches is similar to the input channels.
The couple input makes possible the connection of a second mixing frame. See the description of the couple amplifier I70 for more explanations about the coupling system.
Headphone Amplifier and PFL
The integrated headphone amplifier can be used for a simple monitor control. The input of the headphone amp is normally connected to the main master output via downmix matrix and is automatically switch to the PFL master when PFL is active. This mode is indicated by a led. The volume is controlled by a rotary pot. This output can be also be used to drive active loudspeaker systems.
A combination of the Integrator control room, metering and playback/talkback modules I62, I65, I12 and I26 can be used to form a comfortable control room and playback system corresponding to your needs.