User manual ELECTRO-VOICE 682S SERVICE DATA

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[. . . ] A time-domain distortion is most often described by loudspeaker users as a "ringing" in the system. This ringing is usually most audible through the vocal fundamental range, and users commonly attempt to "cure" the ringing mode through equalization. Unfortunately such attempts remove not only the timedomain distortion, or ringing, but also parts of the musical signal as well. The net result is that musical information and intelligibility is lost. [. . . ] When acoustic resonances are encountered, the only effective solution is an acoustic remedy. The same applies to electrical resonances: The solution must be electrical. RMD® treatment produces an acoustic signal that is less affected by mechanical and acoustical ringing modes. The result is a level of fidelity -- particularly through the critical vocal range -- that is more coherent. Another benefit of RMD® technology is a much higher degree of level independence. RMD® greatly minimizes the changes in system voicing that occur with level changes. Systems with RMD®, therefore, display a high degree of levelindependent fidelity and a very audible improvement in vocal clarity as well. Electro-Voice´s unique Asymmetric Directed Coverage technology provides an effectively rectangular coverage pattern. It provides advantages for most applications in traditional and stadium seating rooms. The unique throat and flare structure of the Waveguide delivers a 6-10 dB signal increase to the rear of the room. The resulting even frontto-back SPL eliminates ear-strain at the back of the sitting area and painful levels at the front. SPL/1 m (calc. ) (ave. /peak) Long-term Power Handling Short-term Power Handling Coverage (H x V) LF driver HF driver Nominal Impedance Dimensions (Height/Width/Depth) in mm Dimensions (Height/Width/Depth) in inches Weight (net) SL10-2V 60 Hz - 20 kHz 93 dB 113 / 119 dB 100 W 400 W 100° x 100° 10" woofer 1" driver on Waveguide 8 476 / 318 / 275 18. 7" x 12. 5" x 10. 8" 10. 5 kg (23 lbs. ) SL12-2V 70 Hz - 20 kHz 93 dB 116 / 121 dB 200 W 800 W 100° x 90° 12" woofer DH2010A 8 535 / 476 / 335 21" x 18. 7" x 13" 21. 4 kg (47 lbs. ) SL 6. 2 48 Hz - 20 kHz 90 dB, 1 W/1 m 116 dB 125 W 500 W 100° x 100° 6" woofer 1" driver on Waveguide 8 419 / 228 / 298 16. 5" x 9" x 11. 7" 4. 5 kg (10 lbs. ) © THX Ltd. THX is a registered trademark of THX Ltd. 9 CPS SERIES AMPLIFIERS CPS Contractor Precision Series Amplifiers The CPS Series of high-performance amplifiers offers unmatched dynamic range capability that meets and exceeds the demands of cinema applications. · All CPS amplifiers provide a headroom of 30% over the continuous power rating. · The on-board dynamic limiter circuit ensures that the THD is limited to 1% maximum. · Very extensive common safety package includes: peak-current limiter, inrush-current limiter, thermal protection (heat sinks and transformers), DC-, HF-, Back-EMF protection, short-circuit and no-load protection. · CPS1 and CPS2 have rear-mounted dB-scaled level controls and XLR/Phoenix type inputs and Phoenix type outputs. · CPS3 and CPS4 have covered, detented front-mounted level controls and XLR input, Speakon® outputs. Crossover retrofit cards for biamped EV cinema systems are available for the CPS 1 and CPS 2. These 24 dB Linkwitz-Riley filters are available at common crossover frequencies. In a two channel operation (channel A for LF, channel B for HF) the CPS amplifiers provide more output for the LF channel than rated for both channels driven, as the other channel is not driven to its maximum. Butterworth/Bessel/Linkwitz-Riley 26 (full) parametric equalizers low-shelving EQ (6/12 dB slope) LPN (low-pass notch) switchable hi-shelving EQ (6/12 dB slope) lo-cut filter (6 or 12 dB slope) B6 alignment hi-cut filter (6 or 12 dB slope) all-pass filter (1st or 2nd order) phase invert (180°) 4 (1 per output) with graph 4 (1 per output) with graph 3 master delays (2­900 ms) 4 channel delays (0­900 ms) 21 µsec. Data dump; master/slave operation; remote control 122 x 32 px key lock 1. 72" x 19" x 14. 75" 43. 6 x 483 x 374 mm (1 RU) 11. 03 lbs (5. 0 kg) 11 SAMPLE APPLICATIONS Variplex M, Passive Three-Way, Small-to-Medium Rooms Variplex M Variplex M Variplex M L C R TL440M R C OR CPS1 or CPS2 L TL880DM Sub CPS1 or CPS2 Sub Surround L L C R Cinema Processor Surround R SL6. 2V SL6. 2V Equipment List CPS1 CPS1 Screen Channels: 3 x Variplex M Subwoofers: 2 x TL440M or 1 x TL880DM Amplifiers: 4 x CPS1 Surrounds: 12 x SL6. 2M 12 SAMPLE APPLICATIONS Variplex M, Bi-Amp, Small-to-Medium Rooms Variplex M Variplex M Variplex M L CPS2 amp with crossover card C CPS2 amp with crossover card R CPS2 amp with crossover card TL440M CPS2 Amplifier Surround L Sub L C R Cinema Processor Surround R SL10-2V SL10-2V Equipment List CPS2 Screen Channels: Subwoofers: Amplifiers: Surrounds: CPS2 3 x Variplex M 2 or 4 x TL440M or 2 x TL880DM 3 x CPS2 and 3 x CPS2 w/ crossover card 10 x SL10-2V 13 SAMPLE APPLICATIONS Two-Way Biamped System for Medium Rooms (THX) Variplex II Variplex II Variplex II MB/HF MB/HF MB/HF LF LF LF L C R TL880D or TL880DM CPS2 CPS2 CPS2 X-over retrofit card (500 Hz) X-over retrofit card (500 Hz) X-over retrofit card (500 Hz) CPS2 or CPS3 Sub L C R Cinema Processor SL10-2V Surround L SL10-2V Surround R CPS2 Equipment List Screen Channels: 3 x Variplex ll Subwoofers: 2 x TL880D or 1 x TL880DM Amplifiers: 3 x CPS2 w/ Card and 3 x CPS2 Surrounds: 10 x SL10-2V CPS2 14 SAMPLE APPLICATIONS Three-Way Triamped VARIPLEXTM ll (THX) for Larger Rooms Variplex II HF Variplex II HF Variplex II HF MB MB MB LF LF LF L CPS2 CPS2 C CPS2 R CPS1 CPS1 CPS1 Dx38 Sound System Processor Dx38 Sound System Processor Dx38 Sound System Processor L C R Cinema Processor Sub CPS3 TL880D Surround L Surround R SL10-2V SL10-2V CPS2 Equipment List Screen Channels: Subwoofers: Processors: Amplifiers: 3 x Variplex II 2 x TL880D 3 x Dx38 3 x CPS1 and 5 x CPS2 and 1 x CPS3 Surrounds: 12 x SL10-2V CPS2 15 NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA: USA: Telex Communications Inc. [. . . ] 12000 Portland Ave South, Burnsville, MN 55337, USA, Phone: 952-884-4051, Fax: 952-884-0043 Canada (East): Acoustik GE Inc. 5715 Kincourt, Montréal, PQ H4W 1Y7, Canada, Phone: 866-369-2864, 514-369-2864, Fax: 514-487-9525 Canada (Ontario): HEK Marketing Inc. 04-301 Nassau Street North, Winnipeg, MB R3L-2J5, Canada, Phone: 888-850-8811, Fax: 204-489-7614 Mexico: Telex de Mexico S. A. de Mexico, Phone:+52 (55) 5358-5434, Fax:+52 (55) 5358-5588 Latin America & Caribbean: Telex Communications Inc. [. . . ]

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