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aux master
TALK
AUX 5-8
AUX 1-4
SPK
10
SLATE
COMMS
MIC
GAIN
100Hz
TRIM
OSCILLATOR
1kzHz
10kHz
AFL
MUTE
L
E
V
E
L
MASTER
AUX
1
10
AFL
MUTE
L
E
V
E
L
MASTER
AUX
2
10
AFL
MUTE
L
E
V
E
L
MASTER
AUX
3
10
AFL
MUTE
L
E
V
E
L
MASTER
AUX
4
10
AFL
MUTE
L
E
V
E
L
MASTER
AUX
5
10
AFL
MUTE
L
E
V
E
L
MASTER
AUX
6
10
AFL
MUTE
L
E
V
E
L
MASTER
AUX
7
10
AFL
MUTE
10
USER
TALK MIC
L
E
V
E
L
MASTER
AUX
8
L
B
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LB6 Aux Master and Comms
Aux Outputs
Output
The Aux outputs are electronically balanced with 10 dB gain in hand.
Mute
A Mute switch is provided.
AFL
An AFL switch is provided.
Communications
Mic Input
The top of the module contains a Talkback Mic XLR connector with a balanced input.
Talk Switch
A Talk switch activates the Comms system. This switch can be momentary or latching
depending on the length of time it is pressed.
Dim on Talkback
There is an option to dim the Control Room Monitors when talkback is active.
Talkback Destinations
Four switches select destination of Talkback sources:
Slate
- assigns Comms to group buses 1-8 and/or the stereo bus.
Aux 5 - 8
- assigns Comms to Aux 5, 6, 7, & 8.
Aux 1 - 4
- assigns Comms to Aux 1, 2, 3, & 4.
Speaker
- assigns Comms to Monitor 2 and/or the Comms output connector.
Four additional switches located on the Subgroup modules enable talkback to the Cleanfeed
outputs.
On-Air (User) Switch
Operation
The On-Air (User) switch disables tone and talkback from the destinations of the slate switch
(other destinations are not affected).
The On-Air switch also mutes Monitor 2 (Studio Monitors).
Control Output
There is a control output which can be used to operate external equipment such as an On-Air
light (using a suitable relay).
Control Input
The On-Air function can be activated from outside the console.
Oscillator
Frequencies
The oscillator has three frequencies.
The default is “OFF” with both buttons up. Pressing the “1 kHz” button provides 1 kHz, pressing
the “10 kHz” button provides 10 kHz and pressing both buttons provides 100 Hz.
Routing
The Oscillator utilises the same four assignment switches as the Comms systems to send tone to
Slate, Aux Sends and Speaker outputs.
Headphones
Source
A stereo headphone jack is provided which can be fed from the Control Room Monitor,
or optionally Monitor 2. A second headphone jack is provided on the console chassis.
Load
The headphones should have an impedance of 200 ohms or greater.
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