User manual ELECTRO-VOICE 630 DATASHEET

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[. . . ] The channel features the Legend's unique topography whereby both the monitor and FOH controls are presented within the same channel strip and both sets of faders are located at the bottom of the strip for ease of use. A HI PASS filter is available pre- the insert point after which the signal path splits to feed both the FOH and MON paths. Both the monitor and FOH signal paths can benefit from a XL3derived 4-band equaliser, which features two fully parametric mid range sections and two variable frequency, shelving equalisers at the extremes. Each frequency section of the equaliser can be independently removed from the monitor signal path if desired and uniquely two additional sections of EQ are dedicated for monitor use only. [. . . ] Phase switch, Mute and Solo facilities are provided where the Mute may also be controlled via the snapshot automation system. SOLO sends the input mix signals to the MON PFL/AFL busses and to the FOH PFL/AFL stereo busses. The MIX FADER provides continuous adjustment of mix levels from + 10dB to off. VCA MASTER SECTION The VCA Master section provides centralised control over the VCA functions of the Legend and includes the VCA MUTE switch, which acts on the pre and post fader signals of any input channels assigned to the VCA master. A VCA SOLO switch monitors the VCA master fader by creating a mix on the Solo busses comprising all those input channels that are assigned to the VCA master. If a VCA Solo switch is pressed for a short time it will latch on or off, but if it is held on for more than 1 second the latching is disabled. When the console is operating in SOLO ADD MODE, input channels have priority over VCA solos and will temporarily override them. The VCA MASTER FADER controls the output level of any input channels assigned to the VCA master over the range +10dB to off Master Module GROUP SECTION This section includes the Group Pan controls, which can be configured for either 2-speaker or 3-speaker panning. A MONO switch connects the post fader Group signal to the mono master buss while a ST switch routes the post fader Group signal to the master stereo buss via the Pan control. The Group MUTE switch function may also be controlled via snapshot automation. The SOLO switch routes Group signals to the MON PFL/AFL busses and the FOH PFL/AFL stereo busses. The MONO Master switch routes the post fader mono Master Mix to the mono Local Monitor output. The mono SOLO switch routes Soloed signals to the mono Local Monitor output and overrides any signals sent from the mono master. The SIS switch routes Solo signals to the mono and stereo Local Monitor outputs with full left, centre, right imaging overriding signals from other sources whenever a Solo is active. The stereo SOLO switch routes Solo signals to the stereo Local Monitor outputs whenever a Solo is active on the console, overriding any signals sent from the Mono Master, Stereo Master or Tape Input. The MONO Master switch routes the post fader mono Master Mix to the stereo Local Monitor outputs while the ST Master switch routes the post fader stereo Master Mix to the stereo Local Monitor outputs. A TAPE switch routes the stereo tape input to the stereo Local Monitor outputs and the MON switch reconfigures the local monitor signals to be derived from the MON signal paths. FOH signals are monitored as a default. Master Module The Local Monitor level control gives continuous adjustment of all three Local Monitor output levels. A PHONES output is available where operating the SOLO PFL switch sends the mono PFL Solo buss signals to the headphones and causes the AFL signals to be replaced by the Local Monitor outputs. When the Solo Add mode is off, the action of pressing a Solo switch will cancel any previously active Solo. When the Solo add mode is on, the auto cancelling is defeated, which allows multiple channel or output soloing. When the SOLO ON/CLEAR switch is pressed it clears any active Solo switches. [. . . ] It will also allow you to down and upload memories to and from the console and store them as PC files. L3750 Power supply unit A smaller, lighter, cooler and quieter design. The unit is capable of hot swapping the individual supplies and there is also the added benefit of rail indication on the console. Dimensions and Weight. Width 482. 6mm (19") Height 90 mm (3. 54") Depth 343mm (13. 5") Depth inc connectors 389mm (15. 31") Weight 13Kg (28. 6lbs) Packages The Legend 3000 can be specified in two "turnkey" packages to suite your application. [. . . ]

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