User manual ELECTRO-VOICE LEGEND 3000 POCKET GUIDE
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[. . . ] Firstly, a significant cost saving has been achieved by designing the Legend around blocks of eight channels, yet the clever design means that servicing is still very straightforward. Furthermore, acknowledging that many of the Legend's potential customers need on occasions to provide a monitor mix from the FOH position, each Legend input channel provides independent FOH and Monitor controls with dedicated EQ and faders. There are 12 highly flexible auxiliary sends, which may be used individually as foldback or FOH effects sends, and the user has complete freedom in how these are assigned. In the Legend, we can truly say that the only material compromise is on price.
Mono Input Module
The input module features XL4's monitor and front of house high performance preamps plus the XL3 EQ and has 12 fully configurable Aux sends. [. . . ] The SOLO switch routes Group signals to the MON PFL/AFL busses and the FOH PFL/AFL stereo busses. MATRIX SECTION This section includes metering for the Masters and Solo Monitors. Meter selection defaults to Master L, C, R and Ambient input, but when a Solo is active, the meters show FOH Solo L, C, R and Monitor Solo levels. If the Solo is monitored pre fade, the meters also follow this selection. MATRIX SEND controls (1 to 8) set the levels sent from the Group outputs to the matrix busses while the LEFT/RIGHT rotary controls provide continuous adjustment of the levels sent from left and right master outputs to the matrix busses. A CENTRE (mono) rotary control sets the levels sent from the mono master output to the matrix busses. An EXT input is summed on to the matrix buss and has its own level control. The MUTE switch mutes the matrix post level control signals and can be controlled from snapshot automation. The SOLO switch sends matrix signals to the MON PFL/AFL busses and the FOH PFL/AFL stereo busses. MASTER SECTION The BALANCE control functions as a buss left/right balance trim for the pre-insert left and right master signal paths. The stereo master MUTE switches (which are not linked to the snapshot system) cut the post fader output signals. The mono master MUTE switch (which is not linked to the snapshot system) cuts the post fader output signal fader. The two master FADERS control the output levels of the main mix over the range +10dB to off. The master module includes the Aux Return master controls plus metering for the Group, Stereo Return or Matrix signals. Source selection is via the Meter Selector assign switches on the mix module. A 4-band, semi-parametric equaliser is available in the stereo effects return signal path. AUX controls (1 to 12) provides continuous adjustment of the level sent from the corresponding stereo effects return to the Aux busses and Aux busses may be globally assigned to derive their signals from the FOH signal path or the MON signal path. The returns have level controls, pans and Mute switches and the MONO switch routes the post fader stereo effects return signal to the mono master buss. The ST switch routes the post fader stereo effects return signal to the master stereo buss via the Pan control. The SOLO switch sends stereo effects return monitor channel signals to the MON PFL/AFL busses and sends front of house stereo effects return signals to the FOH PFL/AFL stereo busses. The FOH MUTE switch mutes the front of house stereo effects return signal path at all points and can be automated. The stereo effects return audio Group assignments are programmable while the central controller MODE switches and ASSIGN keys select the desired audio Group. [. . . ] There is a touring package that consists of a Legend 3000, a L3750 power supply, Littlites, dust cover and flight case. The install package is similar to the touring package however a crate replaces the flightcase. Warranty When you purchase a Legend 3000, or in fact any Midas console, you will get an extra peace of mind with yet another industry first a 3-year warranty to guard against any possible problems arising from the desk or power supplies.
Input Impedance Mic Line Mic Mic + Pad Line Level Inputs Mic Mic + Pad Line Level Inputs Mic (gain + 40dB) Mic +Pad (gain 0dB) Mic to Mix (gain + 40dB) Mic EIN ref. 150 Ohms (gain + 60dB) Summing Noise (48 channels routed with faders down) Line to Mix Noise (48 channels routed at 0dB, pan centre) Mic to Mix (+ 40dB gain, 0dBu output) Channel to Channel Channel to Mix Maximum Fader attenuation All Line Outputs Headphones Maximum Output Level All Line Outputs Headphones Nominal Signal Level Mic Line Headphones 2k Balanced 20k Balanced Continuously variable Continuously variable 0dB +6dBu +31dBu +21dBu 80dB 50dB +0dB to -1dB all faders at 0dB + 15dB to + 60dB - 15dB to + 30dB Input Gain
Maximum Input Level
CMR at 1kHz
Frequency Response (20 to 20kHz) Noise (20 to 20kHz) System Noise (20 to 20kHz)
Distortion @ 1kHz
Crosstalk @ 1kHz
-90dB -90dB 80dB
50 Ohms Balanced Source to drive 600 Ohms to drive 100 Ohms +21dBu +21dBu -60dBu to +10dBu 0dBu +10dBu
Equaliser FOH & MON input
Hi pass Slope Hi pass Frequency
Continuously variable Continuously variable Continuously variable Continuously variable Continuously variable Continuously variable Continuously variable Continuously variable Continuously variable Continuously variable Continuously variable Continuously variable Continuously variable Continuously variable Continuously variable
12dB / Oct -3dB point from 20Hz to 400Hz +15 dB to -5dB Centre detent = 0dB -3dB point from 1k to 20k +15dB to -15dB Centre detent = 0dB centre from 400Hz to 8k 0. 1 Oct. to 2 Oct Centre detent = 0. 5 Oct +15 dB to -15 dB Centre detent = 0dB centre from 100Hz to 2k 0. 1 Oct. [. . . ]
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