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C ATAL O GU E 04 .

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C ATA L O G U E 0 4 . 1 U K
C O N TA C T I TA L I A • To

SOUND SYSTEMS SPECIALIST

S.p.A.

Via Mecenate, 90
20138 Milano - Italy
Tel. +39 0258077.1 (15 lines)
Fax +39 0258077.277
e-mail: info@paso.it - http://www.paso.it S O U N D S Y S T E M S S P E C I A L I S T
company presentation

systems

amplifiers

sound sources
microphones
and microphone stands

wireless microphones

mobile systems

speaker units
SPECIALISTI
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PASO
La PASO S.P.A. is certified
S.P.A., Aziendafor conformity
certificata with EN
EN ISO
ISO 9001:2000.
9001:2000, The know-how
possiede of design,
un know-how plant-
progettuale,
engineering andindustriale
impiantistico ed industrialmaturato
experience matured
in oltre in
70 anni
over 70 years of activity and consolidated thanks to
di attività e consolidatosi attraverso una costante
a constant quest for innovation through technology.
ricerca dell’innovazione attraverso la tecnologia.
The Company’s precious heritage of technical
Un preziososkill
knowledge, bagaglio di tecnica,
and experience hasdiled
competenza
it to enjoy
ed esperienza che ha consentito
trust and appreciation in the main world alla Società
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on which it is present also through its
godere della fiducia e dell’apprezzamento dei subsidiaries
PASO Sound
principali Products
mercati Inc. (in
mondiali, neithe United
quali States)
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and PASO UK Ltd. (in Great Britain).
anche attraverso le proprie Consociate PASO
Sound Products Inc. (Stati Uniti) e PASO UK Ltd.
PASO is one of the few enterprises in this field
(Gran Bretagna).
able to boast their own original in-house design,
industrialisation and manufacturing system for a
La PASO
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of products, aziende
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DEI SISTEMI
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aspect of their sound-broadcasting systems.
È una scelta non casuale, di qualità e di grande impegno, che vede
anche operare l’Azienda quale Partner attivo del Cliente per tutti gli
In addition to being a mark of the Company’s constant commitment,
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this newprogettuali
catalogue,ed applicativi
which includesdell’impianto di sonorizzazione.
some totally innovative product
lines, is also intended as a useful guide for design firms, installers,
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amplification systems of every type and degree of complexity.
te innovative, vuole essere, oltre che il segno del costante impegno
della Società, uno strumento utile a Studi di progettazione, Aziende
To complete the Tecnici
di installazione, information provided
e Specialisti, perinil disegno
the catalogue, detailed
e la realizzazio-
technical sheets, application diagrams and user guides for
ne di sistemi di amplificazione sonora di ogni tipo e complessità.the most
important products are available, on entering your password, at
the site www.paso.it
Ad integrazione delle informazioni qui contenute, schede tecni-
che dettagliate, schemi applicativi e manuali
d’uso dei principali prodotti sono reperibili,
tramite password, nel sito www.paso.it
Table of contents

systems
• P M S 2 0 0 0 P R O F E S S I O N A L M O D U L A R S Y S T E M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 .1
• E X A M P L E S O F A P P L I C A T I O N S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 .16
• P 8 0 3 6 - 6 Z O N E V O I C E / M U S I C S W I T C H I N G U N I T ..................................................................... 1 . 2 0
• S D 2 0 0 M U L T I - C H A N N E L D I S T R I B U T I O N S Y S T E M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . 21
• I T C 2 0 0 0 - C I N T E R P H O N E S Y S T E M F O R C O U N T E R S ....................................................................... 1 . 2 3
• R AC K - T Y P E C A B I N E T S 5 8 0 0 - D R A N G E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . 2 4
• C O M P L E T E S E R V I C E P A N E L S F O R R A C K M O U N T I N G ................................................................. 1 . 2 5

amplifiers
• 8 0 0 0 R A N G E I N T E G R A T E D A M P L I F I E R S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 .1
• 8 0 0 0 R A N G E B O O S T E R U N I T S .................................................................................................................................... 2 . 2
• 8 0 0 0 R A N G E I N T E R N A L M O D U L E S ...................................................................................................................... 2 . 4
• 8 0 0 0 R A N G E E X T E R N A L M O D U L E S ....................................................................................................................... 2 . 4
• 8 0 0 0 R A N G E P 8 0 0 6 S Y S T E M C O N T R O L ....................................................................................................... 2 . 7
• 8 0 0 0 R A N G E M I X E R S ................................................................................................................................................................ 2 . 9
• 8 0 0 0 R A N G E P 8 0 2 3 G R A P H I C E Q U A L I Z E R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 .12
• 8 0 0 0 R A N G E P 8 0 2 4 - B F E E D B A C K C O N T R O L L E R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 .13
• 5 0 0 0 R A N G E 2 3 0 V A C , 2 4 V D C I N T E G R A T E D A M P L I F I E R S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 .14
• 5 0 0 0 R A N G E B O O S T E R U N I T S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 .15
• 5 0 0 0 R A N G E A M P L I F I E R S A N D B O O S T E R U N I T S - S P E C I A L F E A T U R E S . . . . . . . . . . 2 .15
• 3 3 0 0 R A N G E 2 3 0 V A C 12 / 2 4 V D C I N T E G R A T E D A M P L I F I E R S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 .17
• A U T O M A T I C L E V E L C O N T R O L L E R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 .18
• I N D U S T R I A L A M P L I F I E R ........................................................................................................................................................... 2 . 2 0
• L A X C U R R E N T A M P L I F I E R S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . 21

sound sources
• C O M P A C T S Y S T E M S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 .1
• P R O G R A M G E N E R A T O R S ....................................................................................................................................................... 3 . 3
• T A P E - T U N E R - C D ......................................................................................................................................................................... 3 . 5

microphones and microphone stands


• D Y N A M I C M I C R O P H O N E S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 .1
• E L E C T R E T M I C R O P H O N E S ................................................................................................................................................... 4 . 2
• A C C E S S O R I E S ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 4 . 3
• B 5 01 - M M I C R O P H O N E C O N S O L E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 . 4
• M I C R O P H O N E S F O R S P E C I A L A P P L I C A T I O N S ....................................................................................... 4 . 5
• B 6 0 0 M I C R O P H O N E S C O N S O L E S .......................................................................................................................... 4 . 6
• C O N N E C T I O N C A B L E S F O R M I C R O P H O N E S A N D C O N S O L E S ............................................................. 4 . 7
• B 5 0 0 M I C R O P H O N E C O N S O L E S .............................................................................................................................. 4 . 8
• C O M PAT I B I L I T Y B E T W E E N PA S O M I C R O P H O N E C O N S O L E S A N D A M P L I F I E R S . . . . . . . 4 . 9
Table of contents

wireless microphones
• H A N D - H E L D A N D P O C K E T M I C R O P H O N E S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 .1
• S I N G L E - C H A N N E L R E C E I V E R S ....................................................................................................................................... 5 . 2
• M U L T I P L E S Y S T E M ............................................................................................................................................................................ 5 . 3
• V H F / U H F W I R E L E S S M I C R O P H O N E K I T .......................................................................................................... 5 . 4

mobile systems
• 1 0 0 0 R A N G E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 .1
• A C C E S S O R I E S F O R 1 0 0 0 R A N G E ............................................................................................................................ 6 . 2
• C O M P A C T S Y S T E M S ..................................................................................................................................................................... 6 . 2
• P O R T A B L E A M P L I F I E D S Y S T E M ...................................................................................................................................... 6 . 4
• M E G A P H O N E S ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 6 . 4
• A M P L I F I E D L E C T E R N .................................................................................................................................................................... 6 . 5

speaker units
• “ S L I M L I N E ” 4 0 0 R A N G E S O U N D C O L U M N S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.1
• 5 0 0 R A N G E S O U N D C O L U M N S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7. 2
• W A L N U T S O U N D C O L U M N S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7. 4
• S O U N D P R O J E C T O R S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7. 4
• S P E A K E R U N I T S F O R W A L L A N D C E I L I N G - M O U N T I N G . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7. 6
• C A B I N E T - M O U N T E D S P E A K E R U N I T S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.12
• P R O S O U N D S P E A K E R U N I T S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.15
• E X P O N E N T I A L H O R N S W I T H S E P A R A T E D R I V E U N I T S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.17
• S I N C R O M I X L O N G - R A N G E M U L T I P L E H O R N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.17
• A L U M I N I U M H O R N S C O M P L E T E W I T H D R I V E U N I T S W E A T H E R - P R O O F V E R S I O N . . . . . 7.18
• E X T E N D E D - R A N G E T W O - W A Y H O R N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.19
• A C C E S S O R I E S F O R S P E A K E R U N I T S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7. 2 0

• I N D E X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 .1

PASO S.p.A., in its policy of continuous improvement, reserves the right to make modi-
fications without prior notice.
systems

PMS2000 SYSTEM

SOUND INSTALLATIONS, PARTICULARLY IF THEY ARE COMPLEX AND REQUIRE HIGH LEV-

ELS OF SAFETY AND FLEXIBILITY, MUST BE SUPPLEMENTED, INCREASINGLY FREQUENTLY,

BY SOPHISTICATED MANAGEMENT AND DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEMS FOR THE VARIOUS COM-

PONENTS AND CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR THE LINES, POWER SUPPLIES AND AMPLIFIERS.

THEY MUST FEATURE FLEXIBLE SELECTION OF THE INPUTS AND OUTPUTS AND FLEXIBLE

INTERFACING WITH EXTERNAL PERIPHERAL UNITS. THE PASO PMS2000 SYSTEM IS

AVAILABLE FOR THESE APPLICATIONS AND OTHER MORE DEMANDING ONES. IT IS AN

EXTREMELY VERSATILE PROFESSIONAL MODULAR AMPLIFICATION “SYSTEM” CAPABLE

OF MEETING THE MOST COMPLEX PLANT SPECIFICATIONS.

SOUND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS

AN ESSENTIAL AND QUALIFYING FEATURE OF ANY HOTEL, TOURIST FACILITY, RESI-

DENCE OR HOSPITAL IS AN EFFECTIVE SYSTEM FOR DISTRIBUTING MORE THAN ONE

SOUND PROGRAMME TO EACH ROOM OR COMMON AREA, THROUGH COMPACT

AND AESTHETICALLY PLEASING RECEIVER UNITS. THE POSSIBILITY OF USING THE SYS-

TEM TO BROADCAST GENERAL OR ALARM ANNOUNCEMENTS THAT CAN BE ACTIVAT-

ED EVEN WHEN THE RECEIVERS ARE SWITCHED OFF ADDS VALUE AND USEFULNESS TO

THE SYSTEM. PASO MULTI-CHANNEL SYSTEMS BASED ON TELEPHONE PAIRS ARE THE

SIMPLEST, MOST INEXPENSIVE AND MOST RATIONAL PLANT-ENGINEERING SYSTEM

FOR DISTRIBUTING MORE THAN ONE AUDIO PROGRAMME THROUGHOUT STRUC-

TURES THAT ARE COMPLEX IN ANY WAY, WITH NO LIMIT TO THE NUMBER OF LISTEN-

ING STATIONS AND WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF “LOCAL” RECEIVER CUSTOMISATION.

MULTI-CHANNEL DISTRIBUTION CAN ALSO BE PUT TO GOOD USE IN SIMPLE AND

RELIABLE WIRED SIMULTANEOUS TRANSLATION SYSTEMS.


PMS2000 • Professional modular system
systems
T HE PMS2000 SYSTEM WAS DEVEL-

OPED WITH THE AIM OF CREATING BOTH

CONVENTIONAL BROADCASTING SYSTEMS

FEATURING FLEXIBILITY OF USE AND THE

POSSIBILITY OF ADDING TO THEM IN TIME,

AND SOUND-BROADCASTING SYSTEMS

WITH DIAGNOSTIC CONTROL INCLUDING A

FUNCTION FOR SENDING EMERGENCY OR

EVACUATION MESSAGES (VOICE EVACUA-

TION SYSTEMS – VES), MEETING IEC 60849

STANDARDS. THE MODULAR NATURE OF

THE SYSTEM ENABLES TAILOR-MADE CON-

FIGURATIONS TO BE CREATED, WITH

REGARD BOTH TO DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS

AND THE BUDGET AT DISPOSAL. IN DESIGN-

ING A VES SYSTEM, IT IS NECESSARY TO

COMPLY NOT ONLY WITH THE INDICATIONS

PROVIDED BELOW BUT ALSO WITH IEC


PMS2000
60849 STANDARDS MENTIONED ABOVE.

GENERAL FEATURES

The modular PMS 2000 system uses two types of card-cage:


a signal card-cage, in which up to a maximum of 10
modules can be housed, and a power card-cage, capa-
ble of containing from two to four amplifiers, depending on
their output power. The PMS2002-B card-cage will contain
the modules (input/output modules, zones selectors, line out-
put, power supplies, tuners, etc.) that, thanks to the bus-type
configuration of the mother board, can be plugged in with-
out having to follow a specific order. This is because an
essential and innovative feature of the PMS2000 system is the
presence of 3 signal buses, of which one for managing PA
PMS2002-B signals with related zones addressing and two (A & B) for
managing two signals other than PA or one stereo signal (fig. 1.1).
This enables several independent systems to be set up within a single card-cage, in which they will in
any case be connected to a single control and power-supply line. One example of application could be that
of a theatre in which it would be possible, using a single system, to broadcast stereo music for the show and, at the same time,
to make voice calls to the single dressing-rooms. In case of need or in an emergency, it would be possible to suspend the music
to send general messages to all the rooms. The bus carries the power-supply lines, the audio signals, the serial communication
line and the service signals (priority, enabling, etc.). The only exception to the random nature of the positions of the modules
inside the rack concerns the PM2020-B and PM2020-V input modules, for which priority of the inputs on one card over those
on another is defined by the position of the card in question within the card-cage. The signal card-cage is mounted on slid-
ing guides that enable it to be pulled out from the rack. Once the card-cage has been pulled out, the card-cage can be rotat-
ed for ease of installation and maintenance of the modules. The modules are plugged into the card-cage with no need for any
internal cabling. All the connectors used for the input and output connections, located on the rear, are of the professional type
and particularly functional (XLR inputs with locking levers, removable screw-down terminal with bayonet couplings, etc).
A PMS2000 system can include up to three PMS2002-B card-cages. Each card-cage can house up to 9 standard 38 mm wide
modules plus one PM2011-B power-supply module.
The PMS2001 power card-cage enables power amplifiers to be installed in a rack. Three models of amplifier are avail-
SYSTEMS

able, with outputs of 240 W (PMW240), 120 W (PMW 120) and 60 W (PMW60) respectively. A card-cage can contain up
to four 60 W or 120 W amplifiers or two 240 W amplifiers, since the latter take up twice as much room in front. Various com-
binations are possible, such as two 120 W amplifiers plus one 240 W amplifier.
1.1
A - PMS2000 SYSTEMS FOR SOUND-BROADCASTING ONLY

By combining the various functional modules and call stations at disposal, it is possible to “compose” systems for broadcasting
music and announcements, the functional characteristics of which may include:
• Up to 16 audio inputs with adjustable sensitivity for each channel for a system with only one signal card-cage
• Up to 48 audio signals for a system with 3 signal card-cages
• Up to 32 or 36 output zones, with override control
• Up to 32 levels of priority among the inputs
• Several independent audio systems in the same rack
• Integration with outside units (matrix units, message generators, PABXs, etc.)
• 230 VAC and/or 24 VDC power-supply
• 12, 24 or 32-zone call stations with star connections
• Programmable digital call stations on RS485 serial lines.
Use of analogue call stations is advisable in systems in which the financial aspect prevails, while digital keypads are used
in PA systems in which specific functions are required, such as control of the system directly from the call station (volume con-
trol, selection of radio stations, intercommunications between the call stations, etc.). When using digital microphone stands,
it is essential to use the SWPMB1.0 configuration system.

A
B B
U
S PA

PM2060-B PM2022-B PM2020-B PM2021-B PM2040-B PM2044-B

PM2011-B

PMB136
PMW120/240
fig. 1.1

System components and accessories

PMS2001 Card-cage for power amplifiers B500/24 24-zone analogue microphone stands
PMS2002-B Signal card-cage B500/32 32-zone analogue microphone stands
PM2011-B 40-W Power-supply module AC2095 Fixing support (19”, 3U) for PM2095 (max. 3
PM2020-B Dual micro/line input module in cascade formation)
PM2021-B Input module for digital bases AC32 Line repeater coil for long links (for micro-
PM2022-B Auxiliary input module phone units of the PMB range)
PM2023-B Dual input module w/ VOX AC33 Dynamics limiter for PM2020-B
PM2040-B Output module and PM2023-B modules
PM2041-B 6-zone selection module with override AC34 Line termination (pack of two pcs.)
PM2042-B Digital 6-zones selection module with override AC304 Connector kits for 31/135 cable extensions
PM2043-B As PM2041-B, with switches for addressing (console connection for PMB range)
background music AC501 Pair of brackets for locking flush-mounted
PM2044-B As PM2042-B, with switches for addressing PMB range bases
background music CV301 Connecting cable for PMB range consoles
PM2060-B AM/FM stereo tuner module (length 1.5 m)
PM2091-B Bus expansion module to link several signal CV305 Connecting cable for PMB range consoles
card cages (length 5 m)
PM2095 Circuit for managing stand-by amplifiers CV310 Connecting cable for PMB range consoles
PMW60 60-W power amplifiers (length 10 m)
PMW120 120-W power amplifiers CV320 Connecting cable for PMB range consoles
PMW240 240-W power amplifiers (length 20 m)
PMB131 Single-call digital microphone stands for call- MB30-GLN Electret microphone with 430 mm gooseneck
SYSTEMS

ing one or more zones for PMB and B500/xx


PMB136 Multi-purpose digital microphone stands MB60-GLN Electret microphone with 680 mm gooseneck
B500/12 12-zone analogue microphone stands for PMB and B500/xx
1.2
PM2101 Blind 1-unit module for signal card-cage TM80 Microphone repeater coil with mu-metal shield
PM2102 Blind 2-unit module for signal card-cage for PMB2020-B and PM2023-B
PM2109 Blind module for power card-cage TM92 Line repeater coil, mu-metal shield,
(dimensions PMW60/120) for PM2020-B, PM2023-B and PM2040-B
SWPMB1.0 PC software for remote control of PMB range 31/135 Multi-wire cable for extensions for connecting
digital bases PMB range consoles

For examples of systems: see pages 1.15 and 1.16

B - S O U N D - B ROA D C A S T I N G A N D E VAC UAT I O N S YS T E M S ( V E S ) W I T H P M S 2 0 0 0

Configuration of the PMS2000 system for safety systems meeting IEC 60849 (CEI 100-55) standards requires use for the sig-
nal part of the range of VES modules bearing the suffix –V instead of the corresponding modules with the suffix –B, and for
power amplifiers of the PMW range a PM2092-V control card has to be added to each of them. Each loudspeaker line, also,
must be terminated on a PM2094-V line-control card.
Very briefly, it can be said that a safety sound-broadcasting system meeting the above standards must have the following
requisites:
• Control of the critical path, understood to mean the path of the audio signal starting from the capsule of the emergency micro-
phone and/or from the message generator to the loudspeaker line, through the amplification chain: any failure along this path
has to be signalled in a suitable manner.
• Possibility of operating in case of mains failure for at least 30 minutes at the maximum output and for 24 hours in stand-
by conditions. A secondary source of 24 VDC power with a battery-charging unit must therefore be provided. This source
must be sized so as to ensure independent operation as indicated above, depending on the absorption of the system. The
maximum operating time in a stand-by condition may be limited to 6 hours when, in addition to the batteries, an emer-
gency generator is also available.
• Storage of alarm events in a non-volatile memory, including recording of the date/hours/minutes/seconds.
In addition to the functional features of a “conventional” broad-casting system, the VES system will also have the control and
alarm features summarised below:

• Digital control of the critical path, which includes: • Software-programmable I/O functions, for managing fail-
- control of the emergency microphone capsule (M961-V) ures and alarms (PM2093-V/-VL modules with 8 inputs and
and of the control microphone (PMB130-V) 8 outputs)
- control of the connection between the alarm control unit • Control of programming and management of the whole sys-
and the broadcasting system tem via a PC connected to the RS232 serial line.
- control of the warning-and-alarm message generator • Control via console (PMB130-V) equipped with a display,
- functional control of the VES modules buzzer, warning signal, mechanical key for manual inter-
- functional control of the power amplifiers vention on the system, display of alarm status for each zone
- control of the loudspeaker lines (constant-voltage output (evacuation and/or alert).
lines) • Management of stand-by amplifiers (PM2095)
• Simultaneous broadcasting of the EVACUATION and ALERT • POWER LOW function lowering consumption by the ampli-
messages to different zones fiers in the stand-by condition.
• Logging of alarms (up to 100) in the non-volatile memory of • Break in background music in case of mains failure, in order
the CPU to increase the operating time of the system.

NEMKO certified, n. 1374-1/03, September 8, 2003.

System components and accessories


(N.B.: In a mixed system, the item numbers with the suffix –V marked two asterisks replace the corresponding items with the suffix –B).

**PM2011-V Controlled 40-W power-supply module PMW500-V 500 W controlled booster unit
**PM2020-V Controlled dual input module AC36 Clock card (to be plugged into the PM2093-
**PM2021-V CPU module VL/V module
PM2045-V EVACUATION and ALERT signal routing AC37 Serial RS485 card (to be plugged into the
module PM2093-VL/V module)
PM2061-V EVACUATION and ALERT message-genera- AC38 Alarm generator card (to be plugged into
tor module the PM2093-VL/V module)
PM2092 Control card to be plugged into PMWxx AC39 Card to be plugged into the PM2093-VL
power amplifiers module for audio link to the PMB130-V con-
PM2093-V 8IN/8OUT interface module with CPU trol console
watchdog function PMB130-V Management console
PM2093-VL Module as P2093-V but with 8 signalling PMB139-V Expansion module of the PMB130-V for
LEDs on the front panel direct call-up of 12 programmes
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PM2094-V End-of-line module for controlling loud- M961-V Controlled hand-held emergency microphone
speaker lines SWPMS2.X Management software
For examples of systems: see pages 1.17 and 1.18
1.3
C - MAXIMUM CONFIGURATION OF A PMS2000 SYSTEM

Item code° Max. number Item code Max. number

PMS2001-B 3 per system PM2040-B 9 per card-cage


AC36 1 per system PM2041-B 6 per system
AC37 Depending on the application PM2042-B 6 per system
AC38 1 per system PM2043-B 6 per system
AC39 2 per system PM2044- 6 per system
B500/12 5 per system PM2045-V 6 per system
B500/24 5 per system PM2060-B 3 per card-cage
B500/32 5 per system PM2061-V 1 per system
M-961-V 1 per system PM2092-V 1 per amplifier
PMB130-V 2 per system PM2093-V 15 per system
PMB139-V 3 per console PM2093-VL 1 per system
PM2011-B 1 per card-cage PM2094-V 3 per loudspeaker zone
PM2011-V 2 per VES system PM2095 Depending on the application
PM2020-B 8 per card-cage PMB131 31 per system *
PM2020-V 1 per system PMB136 31 per system *
PM2021-B 1 per system PMW60 4 per card-cage/87 per system **
PM2021-V 1 per VES system PMW120 4 per card-cage/87 per system **
PM2022-B 1 per card-cage PMW240 2 per card-cage/87 per system **
PM2023-B 8 per card-cage

(*) 31 is the highest number of consoles per system – (**) 87 is the highest number of amplifiers per system.

D - FUNCTIONS AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF THE MODULES

P M 2 0 1 1 - B
P M 2 0 1 1 - V
Power-supply modules

The power-supply module takes care of supplying the power


needed to operate all the components of the system (with the
exception of the power amplifiers). It has electronic protection
against short-circuits and overloads. On the front panel, in
addition to the main ON/OFF switch, there are also three sig-
nalling lamps indicating the power-supply sources (AC/DC)
and the power supply status (ON/OFF). A connector is pro-
vided for adding further PMS2002-B (up to a maximum of 3)
card-cages to expand the connection, by means of the CV36
cable. The PM2011-V module is the version for use in VES
systems according to IEC 60849 standards and has a micro-
controller that checks all the power supplies, both mains and
battery.
P M 2 011 - B • P M 2 011 - V

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L P M 2 011

Mains power supply 230 V ±10% 50/60 Hz


External DC power supply 24 V ±10%
Stabilised power supply ±15 V/200 mA max
Filtered power supply +24 V/1 A max
MAX DC current consumption 1.4 A
SYSTEMS

Consumption 40 VA (max)
Width of module, mm 58
Weight, kg 0.940

1.4
P M 2 0 2 0 - B
Dual input module

The PM2020-B module has two inputs to which audio sources


of various types can be connected. The module can be set to
take both microphone signals and high-level signals. Each
channel has a disconnectable phantom power supply, a direct
pre-amplified output, two-band tone control, an input for
enabling of internal priority / chime / gate and a circuit for
activating the external control channel. The output level and
tone controls are on the front panel. The level of priority in
respect of other input modules depends on the position of the
module within the card-cage. Each of the two inputs can be
equipped with a transformer with galvanic separation (TM80
or TM92) and an effective dynamics-limiting circuit (AC33),
which considerably improves playing out of voice messages if
there are strong variations in the level of the sound coming
PM2020-B (-V) from the microphone.
PM2023-B

P M 2 0 2 0 - V
Dual-input module for M961-V emergency microphone

The PM2020-V module is similar to the PM2020-B module, with the only difference that
input no. 1 is a dedicated input for connecting an M961-V emergency microphone in the
VOX mode with top priority over any signal.
The M961-V emergency microphone is controlled in accordance with IEC 60849 stan-
dards, and is an element of the critical path that is monitored continuously by the system’s
CPU (PM2021-V). This microphone should be installed, preferably, inside a special
soundproofed container in order to avoid generation of “improper” calls or false alarms. M 9 61 - V

P M 2 0 2 3 - B
Dual input module with VOX function

This module differs from the PM2020-B due to the VOX functioning mode of the two inputs.

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
M O D E L PM2020-B PM2023-B PM2020-V
(Input “2”)
No. and type of inputs 2 electronically balanced
Input sensitivity setting HIGH MEDIUM LOW
Sensitivity 1.7 mV 285 mV 700 mV
Impedance 1 kΩ 200 kΩ
Frequency response (0÷ -3 dB) 100÷20,000 Hz 40÷28,000 Hz
Distortion <0,1%
Signal/noise ratio (“A”-weighted) 67 dBA 85 dBA 90 dBA
Max. input signal 50 mV (THD<1%) - -
Max. input signal with limiter 500 mV (THD<1%) - -
Separation between inputs (at 10 kHz) >70 dB
Tone correction ±10 dB (100 Hz/10 kHz)
Output level before level control 290 mV 0.7 V (0 dB)
Output level after level control 0÷1 V 0÷0.7 V (0 dB)
Output impedance 1 kΩ
Precedence attenuation >50 dB
PHANTOM supply 15/24 V
Power consumption +15V/20 mA, -15 V/20 mA
Module width, mm 38
Weight, kg 0.270

Accessories for PM2020-B, PM2023-B and PM2020-V


SYSTEMS

AC33 Dynamics limiter (single channel)


TM80 Input repeating coil with Mumetal shielding for low-level signals
TM92 Input repeating coil with Mumetal shielding for high-level signals
1.5
Module CPU P M 2 0 2 1 - B
+ S W P M B 1 . 0 Programming Software

The PM2021-B module contains the CPU for managing a


system for sound-broadcasting alone, together with the
SWPMB1.0 software. The module administers and co-ordi-
nates the activities of the PMB131 and PMB136 digital con-
soles connected to the two RS485 serial outputs, and is able
to dialogue with a PC through a separate RS232 line.
Through a local serial line, it distributes the commands to the
PM2042-B relay cards and to the PM2060-B tuner, if any.
It is possible to connect up to 31+31 consoles to the two
output lines.

PM2021-B (-V)
The software SWPMB1.0 enables the following parameters to
be programmed in the non-volatile memory:
• Microphone signal level
• Activation/de-activation of the Intercom function and output level of the monitoring loudspeaker (PMB136 only)
• Activation of the “treble boost” for stressing the treble frequencies
• Activation of the “low cut” filter if there are any horn-type loudspeaker units in the system
• Reading of the priority level of the call stations set locally
• Selection of the radio station (PMB136 only)
• Volume control of the radio station that is on the air
• Stations in a call status displayed with the selected zones.

Module CPU P M 2 0 2 1 - V
+ S W P M S 1 . 0 Programming software

The PM2021-V module contains the CPU for controlling a sound-broadcasting and evacuation system together with the
SWPMS1.0. software The module administers and co-ordinates the activities of the PMB131 and PMB136 digital consoles and
is able to manage the dialogue with the PC through a separate RS232 line. The commands sent to the PM2011-V, PM2020-V,
PM2042-V, PM2045-V, PM2061-V, PM29093-V cards and to the PM2060-B tuner, if any, lead out from this module. The soft-
ware takes care of managing addressing of the evacuation and alert signals, of the emergency microphone and of program-
ming of the input and output contacts associated with alarm signals or messages. Up to 87 amplifiers (with PM2092-V cards)
can be connected to the two RS485 serial outputs, while two more outputs are dedicated outputs for connecting up to a maxi-
mum of 31 call stations per system. A permanent or temporary link to a PC, through the RS232 serial line, will enable pro-
gramming and the system status to be viewed, as well as the alarm logging. The alarms are stored in a non-volatile memory
(up to 100 events with their dates and times). Up to 16 different configurations are possible. They can be called up by means
of a single control. Permanent use of a PC is recommended in integrated safety systems for displaying the following:
• System configuration
• The number and status of the modules/amplifiers installed in the system
• The parameters referred to the loudspeaker lines
• The status reports of the broadcasting section: present zones - activated zones - enabled console
• Report of failure status: line impedance, amplifier status, end-of-line (EOL) control, critical path
• Fault logging (last 99 with date/hours/minutes), resettable with a password
• Remote-metering of the consoles
• Remote-metering of the amplifiers.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L P M 2 0 21

Frequency response (+3 dB) 100 Hz ÷ 20 kHz


Distortion <0.2%
S/N ratio 80 dB
Tape recorder output (unbalanced) 1.7 V
SYSTEMS

Power consumption +24 V/300 mA, +15 V/20 mA, -15 V/20 mA
Width of module, mm 38
Weight, kg 0.300

1.6
P M 2 0 2 2 - B
AUX input module

This module enables both stereo and mono high-level music


sources to be connected to the system.
The input switch can select up to five signal sources. The Tuner
input is equipped with individual sensitivity adjustment.

PM2022-B

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L PM2022-B

Selectable inputs 5
Sensitivity/tuner input impedance 200 mV÷4 V/20 kΩ
Sensitivity/Aux1 input impedance 200 mV/47 kΩ
Sensitivity/Aux2 input impedance 950 mV/47 kΩ
Sensitivity/CD input impedance 450 mV/22 kΩ
Sensitivity/tape-recorder input impedance 200 mV/47 kΩ
S/N ratio 88 dBA
Output level/impedance 650 mV/1 kΩ
Offset between channels (10 kHz) >60 dB
Crosstalk between inputs (10 kHz) >70 dB
Attenuation due to precedence >70 dB
Power consumption +15 V : 10 mA/-15 V : 10 mA
Width of module, mm 38

P M 2 0 4 0 - B
Output module

This includes the audio signal mixing and control circuits (level
and tone) present on the various different buses: PA channel
(mono bus), channel A & B (left and right channels). Among
other things, it has an integrated warning signal generator, a
LED-type level indicator and three-band tone control. The bus
PA mixing output (mono) is electronically balanced, and it is
also possible to use a repeater coil for providing galvanic iso-
lation of the line. Each PM2040-B module can share the sig-
nals present on the mixing buses with any other output mod-
ules installed (thus obtaining several identical output lines but
with separate level and tone controls), or it can isolate the
buses in order to put together several independent systems
inside a single card-cage.
PM2040-B

FUNCTIONAL FEATURES

• Electronically balanced main output that can be assigned to • LED Vu-METER


SYSTEMS

one of the three mixing buses • Three-band tone control


• Possibility of including an optional output repeater coil • Relay for delayed activation of the output: “anti-bump”
• Two-tone/three-tone (chime) warning signal • Supplementary high-level input.
1.7
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L PM2040-B

PA OUTPUT
Type electronically balanced
Level/impedance 775 mV/600 Ω
Frequency response 40÷20,000 Hz (0÷ -1 dB) 25÷100,000 Hz (0÷ -3 dB)
Distortion <0.1%
BUS A & B output (stereo)
Type unbalanced
Level/impedance 770 mV/1 kΩ
Frequency response 40÷20,000 Hz (0÷ -1 dB) 25÷100,000 Hz (0÷ -3 dB)
Distortion <0.1%
TAPE output
Type unbalanced
Level/impedance 450 mV/1 kΩ
Frequency response 40÷20,000 Hz (0÷ -1 dB) 25÷100,000 Hz (0÷ -3 dB)
Distortion <0.1%
General
Sensitivity/Auxiliary input impedance 290 mV/50 kΩ
S/N ratio of auxiliary input (“A”-weighted) > 94 dBA
Bass/treble tones correction ± 10 dB (100 Hz)/(10 kHz)
Middle tones correction ± 6 dB (1 kHz)
Insertion delay 2 seconds
Power consumption 24 V/17 mA, +15 V/22 mA, -15 V/18 mA
Width of module, mm 38
Weight, kg 0.270

P M 2 0 4 1 - B • P M 2 0 4 3 - B
Zone selection module
(for B500/xx analogue call stations)

This module enables one or two amplification lines (gener-


ally speaking one music line and one announcement line) to
be sent to more than one listening zone (up to 6). Micro-
phone stations B500/12, /24 and /32 can be used to select
the zones. The zones are selected by means of dual-
exchange relays, one of which is used for the “override”
function (cancellation of the local attenuation levels of the
loudspeakers). When using a double amplification channel
(speech and music), it is possible to broadcast announce-
ments to certain zones without breaking off the music being
broadcast to the zones not affected by the call. As compared
with the PM2041-B module, the PM2043-B module also
PM2041-B • PM2043-B
has 6 switches mounted on the front panel for directing
background music to the zones.
FUNCTIONAL FEATURES

• Override control for each zone • Pull-out bayonet terminal strips


• 6 dual-exchange relays • Call/music selection for each zone
• Socket for connecting one or more microphone bases (B500 • Broadcasting of music can be disabled for or sent to each
range) single zone.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L P M 2 0 41 - B PM2043-B

Numbers of relays 6 dual-exchange relays


Power switchablee by each relay 100 W
SYSTEMS

Power consumption 24 V/80 mA


Width of module, mm 38
Weight, kg 0.270 0.320

1.8
P M 2 0 4 2 - B • P M 2 0 4 4 - B
Digital zone selection modules
(for PMB131 and PMB136 digital bases)

This module enables one or more amplification lines (gen-


erally speaking one music line and one announcement line)
to be sent to several listening zones (up to 6). It is necessary
to use the PMB131 or PMB136 digital microphone stations
to select the zones. The zones are selected by means of
dual-exchange relays, one of which is used for the “over-
ride” function (cancellation of the local attenuation levels of
the loudspeakers). When using a double amplification
channel (speech and music), it is possible to broadcast
announcements to certain zones without breaking off the
PM2042-B • PM2044-B
music being broadcast to the zones not affected by the call.
A maximum load of 500 W can be connected to each zone. The great versatility of this card enables various different kinds
of connection, with either single or double amplification lines. It is possible to connect up to a maximum of 4 amplifiers to
the module (two for the music line and two for the announcement line). As compared with the PM2042-B module, the
PM2044-B module also has 6 switches mounted on the front panel for sending background music to the zones.
FUNCTIONAL FEATURES

• 6 dual-exchange relays • 24 VDC output for activating All Call by means of an out-
• Pull-out bayonet terminal strips side switch
• Override control • 6 cards for a maximum of 36 zones can be installed in the
• Call/music selection for each zone system

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L PM2042-B PM2044-B

Power switchable by each relay 500 W


Maximum current switchable by each relay 5A
24 VDC power consumption 100 mA
Width of module, mm 38
Weight, kg 0.310 0.370

P M 2 0 4 5 - V
Signal routing module

The module manages routing of the emergency signals, under


the control of the PM2021-V CPU, to the amplifiers.
The module has program 6 inputs and 6 outputs for 6 ampli-
fiers. During normal operation (not in an emergency), the sig-
nals applied to the inputs are reproduced exactly on the out-
puts. In emergency conditions, the VES signals present on the
system BUS are taken by it and routed to the outputs on the
basis of the program written into the CPU. The module also
has an input for an external source, that can be connected as
required to any of the system’s four emergency lines.
PM2045-V

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L PM2045-V

Input/output gain 0 dB
Input impedance 100 kΩ
Output inpedance 330 Ω
Distortion (@ 1 kHz) <0.1%
S/N ratio >90 dB
SYSTEMS

Frequency response 40÷20,000 Hz


Width of module, mm 38
Weight, kg 0.290

1.9
P M 2 0 6 0 - B
AM/FM tuner module

The PM2060-B module is a highly sophisticated and compact


digital receiver with frequency-synthesis tuning which has a
decoder for stereo broadcasting stations. A four-digit digital
display shows the frequency of the station to which the system
is tuned, while all the control functions of the receiver are
accessible via a dedicated keypad on the front panel.
The tuner audio signal is sent to the mono mixing bus (“PA”
channel) and to the stereo output, which is separate from the
volume control and accessible from the rear of the module.

PM2060-B

FUNCTIONAL FEATURES

• 2 receiving bands (AM/FM) with automatic station • Digital volume and tuning control
searching • Stereo output separate from volume control
• Automatic storage of the ten best AM and/or FM broad- • Output on the PA bus
casting stations (BSM) • 10 AM and 10 FM stations storable
• Direct selection of the receiving frequency • Automatic storage of the volume level

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L PM2060-B

Tuning range FM 87.5 MHz÷108.05 MHz


AM (Europe) tuning range 522 kHz÷1629 kHz
AM (USA) tuning range 520 kHz÷1610 kHz
Sensitivity FM: 10 µV - AM: 30 µV
Frequency response 40÷15,000 Hz (0÷ -3 dB)
Signal/noise ratio FM: 70 dB - AM: 50 dB
Number of stations that can be stored 10 (FM)+10 (AM)
Power consumption 24 V/140 mA, +15 V/4 mA, -15 V/6 mA
Width of module, mm 38
Weight, kg 0.320

P M 2 0 6 1 - V
Digital message generator module

The PM2061-V module is a controlled pre-recorded message


generator, for evacuation systems according to IEC 60849
standards. It enables two messages to be played out simulta-
neously (i.e. one EVACUATION message and one ALERT mes-
sage. It is possible to manage the recorder directly via the key-
pad or through the CPU 2021-V. The messages can either be
played out automatically (for example, by connecting the sys-
tem to a fire-fighting control unit) or manually via external
contacts. Recording of the messages, which is possible by
means of any dynamic microphone, does not require any
adjustments, thanks to a sophisticated automatic gain control
system which is able to offset even considerable variations in
the voice level. The messages are stored digitally in the Multi-
SYSTEMS

mediacard®, which enables a recording time of 4 minutes per


message.
P M 2 0 61 - V

1.10
FUNCTIONAL FEATURES

• Perfect intelligibility of the messages being played out • Protected access to keypad functions
• Ease of use • Activation of fire-fighting control unit, from PMB130-V
• Pause command for recording sequential multi-language control and from outside contact.
messages

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
M O D E L P M 2 0 61 - V

Lenght of recording per channel 4 minutes


S/N ratio 56 dB
Frequency response (-3 dB) 300÷6,000 Hz
Distortion (@ 1 kHz) <1.3%
24 VDC power consumption 24 VDC/45 mA, +15 VDC/38 mA, -15 VDC/26 mA
Width of module, mm 38
Weight, kg 0.300

P M 2 0 9 1 - B
Bus expansion module

The expansion module allows to expand the system up to a maximum of three card cages. The connection among the cages
carries the signals of the three mixing buses (PA, L and R channels), the serial control line, the priority line and chime.

P M 2 0 9 2 - V
Card for serial control of power amplifiers

The PM2092 card enables simple and rapid testing of the PMWxx power amplifiers.
It can be used in any system, even for sound-broadcasting only, to carry out the following functions:
• Measuring the impedance of the loudspeaker line
• Diagnosis of correct operation of the amplifier (gain, power supply, electronic protection and operating temperature)
• Checking insulation to earth (GND FAULT)
• Volume control of the amplifier by means of a remote potentiometer (max. 1 km)
• Add a second input that works either as selected or mixed (automatic attenuation of the secondary input) one
• Control of power relay
• Operation in “LOW POWER” energy-saving mode
• Possibility of switching a failed amplifier automatically to the stand-by unit by means of the PM2095 circuit.
In VES systems, it is essential to add the PM2092 card to the power amplifiers. In this case, the card will be controlled by means
of a serial interface and it will therefore be possible to view all the control parameters and to change them via a PC. These
parameters include:
- Reading of the reference impedance for the test
- Maximum and minimum values between which the test is valid
- Reading of test status
- Testing for the presence of the input signal
- Measurement of temperature of the power transistors
- Volume control
- Remote control of the relay.
It is also possible to monitor continuity of the loudspeakers lines using PM2094-V cards at the end of the line.

P M 2 0 9 5
Card for activating stand-by amplifiers

The card, which has to be installed on a DIN guide or using the special AC2095 accessory, receives from the PM2092-V mod-
ule the command to activate one stand-by amplifier for each group of 4 amplifiers being monitored. The card can be connect-
ed to others in cascade formation by means of quick-fitting connectors so as to create other configurations: 1 out of 4, 1 out of
8, 2 out of 8 etc., in multiples of 4. This card has to be powered by a 24 VDC external power supply.

P M 2 0 9 4 - V
End of-line control card

The loudspeakers lines from PMW amplifiers with PM2092-V control cards can be kept under control using PM2094-V end-
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of-line cards.
The digital monitor identifies the exact point of the failure and its type (break or short circuit), even if the line is split up into
several branches (up to 3), which makes laying the lines far simpler and less expensive.
1.11
P M 2 0 9 3 - V • P M 2 0 9 3 - V L
I/O modules

The PM2093-V module has 8 input contacts and 8 output


contacts, the functions of which can be configured via
software.
Thanks to the control inputs, any signalling resulting from
the closing of external contacts (e.g. the contacts of a fire-
fighting system control unit) can be read. The output con-
tacts can be used to operate external signalling devices
(relays, lamps, etc.); there is a remote control connector
enabling remote connections to be made (up to a distance
of 1 km) to the external devices. The PM2093-VL model is
equipped with 8 LEDs on the front panel, connected to the
output contacts, providing lights for signalling the following
PM2093-V • PM2093-VL
possible failure situations:

Output contact and LED activated Type of failure:

1. Mains Mains power lack (primary power supply)


2. Battery Failure of secondary power supply
3. Fire link Failure of connection to the fire-fighting system control unit
4. Critical Path Failure detected on the critical path by the control signal
5. Messages Failure of the message generator (even only of a single channel)
6. CPU Failure of the CPU
7. Amp Failure of a system amplifier (including stand-by units)
8. Spk Line Failure on the loudspeaker line (change in impedance).

Accessories

• AC36 Clock card for fault logging.


• AC37 RS485 serial card for remote control.
• AC38 Alarm-tone card: 19 different types of alarm are available, covering a full variety of requirements.
• AC39 Card for connecting the PMB130-V control console.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L PM2093-V PM2093-VL

Power consumption 24 V/75 mA


Maximum voltage applicable to the output relay contacts 30 V
Maximum permissible current on the contacts of the relays 0.5 A
Maximum consumption 24 V/100 mA
Activated input 10 ÷ 28 Vcc
Not activated input -1 ÷ +1 Vcc
Width of module, mm 38
Weight, kg 0.270
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1.12
P M B 1 3 1
P M B 1 3 6
Programmable call stations

Up to a maximum number of 31 units


can be connected to the PMS2000
audio system through the RS485 serial
line. The units are connected to one
another in cascade formation, and the
connecting cables carry both the ana-
logue audio signal and the digital sig-
nal for the controls and station address-
es. They can only be used with modules
PM2021-B and PM2042-B.
PMB136
PMB131

PMB131

The PMB131 call station is equipped with a push button (for short announcements) and a locking key for selecting a
zone or a group of zones. Each call station can be programmed to operate within a specific zone or group of zones, up to a
maximum of 36 (All Call).
Programming is carried out by means of a PC connected temporarily to the PM2021 module.

PMB136

The PMB136 call station can make selective calls to up to a maximum number of 36 zones and has 3 function keys, to
which one or more zones can be assigned by means of a programming procedure carried out directly from the call station
in question. The keypad can also be used to set the various different parameters such as: call station address, priority level
(up to 7), microphone sensitivity setting, tone control, volume control, selection of the tuner programme and enabling of the
Intercom function.
The unit has 36 LEDs for signalling the zones that have been selected or seized and a loudspeaker for the intercom func-
tion. This enables the various different operators to communicate with each other and to listen to the announcements that
are being broadcast. All the parameters of the unit can be programmed by means of a PC to be connected to the PM2021
module as well as directly via the keypad. The PC can also be used as a diagnostic unit to check whether all the call sta-
tions that are connected dialogue correctly with the PMS2000.

FUNCTIONAL FEATURES

• Max. overall length of the connecting line: 1 km


• 24 VDC local power supply socket.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L P M B 131 P M B 13 6

Max. consumption 44 mA
Power-supply voltage 24 VDC
Output level 1V
Max. sound pressure 130 dB
Size of (LxHxW) mm 142x80x205 300x80x205
Weight, kg 0.700 1.560

Accessories

MB30-GLN Electret microphone on flexible stem, total length 430 m


MB60-GLN Electret microphone on flexible stem, total length 680 m
AC34 Line termination (pack of 2 pcs.)
AC501 Brackets for flush-mounting
AC32 Microphone transformer module
CV301-B Connecting cable, length 1.5 m
CV305-B Connecting cable, length 5 m
CV310-B Connecting cable, length 10 m
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CV320-B Connecting cable, length 20 m


31/135 Multi-lead extension cable
AC304 9-pole extension connector kit.
1.13
P M B 1 3 0 - V
VES console
P M B 1 3 9 - V
Extension module

The PMB130-V digital console, which


has a microphone controlled by a large
LCD, can be used to perform many
functions making the system easier to
control and operate.
The PMB139-V extension module
enables 12 programmable short-cut
keys for one or more functions to be
added. It is possible to connect up to
PMB130-V PMB139-V three expansion modules to the
PMB130-V.

The console can be used for the following:


• To display the fault logging and of the alarms with the relevant date/hour/minutes
• To make service calls to the single or to groups of zones
• To check the status of the whole system. Any failures will be signalled by means of LEDs
• To send Evacuation and/or Alert signals to the single zones via the microphone
• To send automatically Evacuation and Alert messages generated by the fire-fighting control unit.

A safety key supplied with the unit enables authorised personnel to:
• Reset an alarm condition, this event being recorded in the memory with the date/hour/minutes
• Send out manually pre-recorded evacuation and alarm messages to zones involved in alarms, this event being recorded in
the memory with the date/hour/minutes
• Send out live Evacuation and Alert messages.

A built-in buzzer also provides acoustic signalling of a failure status. The buzzer can be reset by means of the safety key.

P M W 6 0
P M W 1 2 0
P M W 2 4 0
Modular amplifiers

Careful design and a choice of reliable


high-tech components led to the cre-
ation of this range of extremely com-
pact amplifiers, capable of functioning
even in the toughest conditions. The
forced-ventilation cooling system and
the numerous electronic and thermal
protection devices ensure maximum
reliability of operation in time. These
amplifiers differ from one another only
in their output power and their sizes
(two 60 W or two 120 W amplifiers
take up the same space as one 240 W
amplifier). Each PMS2001 card-cage
PMW240 PMW120
PMW60
can contain two PMW240 or four
PMW60/PMW120 amplifiers, plus all
the intermediate configurations.
The amplifiers of the PMWxxx range can also be used separately from the PMS2000 system whenever such a small layout and
high reliability are required, since they can be housed in any suitable container or be placed on shelves. In evacuation systems, it
is essential to use the PM2092-V serial control card, to be plugged into the amplifier. The LEDs on the front panels have the dual
function of VU Meters (in normal conditions) or of indicating the type of failure, if any, detected by the PM2092-V control card.

FUNCTIONAL FEATURES

• For running on 230 VAC or 24 VDC • Front-panel overload and thermal-protection signalling
• Double input socket (for connecting more than one amplifi- • Pull-out bayonet output terminal strip
er in parallel) • Galvanic signal balancing via optional TM92 internal trans-
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• PA/HF (filtered/full passband) operation former


• Forced fan-cooling with electronic control and protection • Remote potentiometer connection via optional PM2092-V
circuit control card

1.14
P M W 5 0 0 - V
Controlled 500W amplifier

The PMW500-V is a 500W amplifier in the


PMW range which includes as standard the
PM2092-V card for internal and speaker line
control. The unit conforms to the IEC60849
rule for voice evacuation systems. Its compre-
hensive design and high tech solutions ensure
reliability and operation. The high contruction
and operational standards are met with the
use of two temperature controlled forced venti-
lation fans, which cool the power transistors
PMW500-V
only when overheating occurs, thus preventing
mechanical wearing and dust collection.

PMW500-V

FUNCTIONAL FEATURES

• 230Vac and 24Vdc power supply • Galvanic balancing of signal via optional TM92 internal
• Double input (to parallel connect more units) transformer
• PA/HF modes (filtered/full bandwidth) • Remote potentiometer connection via standard PM2092-V
• Forced cooling with two electronic controlled fans control card
• Front panel LED for in-use overheating protection warning • Control and diagnosis of main functions via PM2092-V con-
• Pull-out bayonet output terminal strip trol card

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M O D E L PMW60 P M W 12 0 PMW240 PMW500-V

Related output power with mains power supply 60 W RMS 120 W RMS 240 W RMS 500 W RMS
Related output power with DC power supply 47 W RMS 90 W RMS 150 W RMS 450W RMS
Power output 100, 70, 50 V - 8Ω, 4Ω 100, 70, 50 V - 16Ω
Distortion and rated output with mains power supply <1%
Sensitivity/input impedance of main line 770 mV/200 kΩ 775 mV/100 kΩ
Signal/noise ratio (“A”-weighted) >83 dB >90 dB >80 dB
Frequency response at Pn (output 100V, -3 dB) 40÷19000 Hz 40÷20000 Hz 50÷20000 Hz
Frequency response with highpass filter 400÷12500 Hz (0 ÷ -3 dB)
Mains power supply 230 V ±10%, 50/60 Hz
External DC power supply 22÷28 V
Consuption at the max. output (mains power supply) 120 W/150 VA 250 W/300 VA 500 W/600 VA 950 W/1150 VA
Current consuption at 24 VDC 3,7 A (max) 6,5 A (max) 11 A (max) 25 A (max)
Size (LxHxW) mm 100x130x395 100x130x395 200x130x395 482x133x420
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Weight, kg 5,2 6,5 10 25


Operating/storage temperature -10°C ÷ +45°C/-40°C ÷ +70°C
Safety according to CEI EN 60065 standards

1.15
systems Examples of applications
System with simultaneous music and announcements.
12 zones, with 2 analogue microphone bases

Key

1 PM2011-B power supply


2 PM2060-B AM/FM tuner
3 PM2022-B auxiliary inputs
4 PM2040-B output
SIGNAL
5 PM2020-B double input
6 PM2041-B zone selection AMPLIFIER OUTPUT
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7 PMWxx amplifier
8 B500/12 microphone station RELAYS CONTROL

1.16
System with simultaneous music and announcements.
12 zones, with several digital microphone bases

Key

1 PM2011-B power supply


2 PM2060-B AM/FM tuner
3 PM2022-B auxiliary input
4 PM2040-B output
7 PMWxx amplifier
9 PM2021-B control
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10 PM2042-B selection of digital zones SIGNAL


11 PMB136 microphone station
12 PMB131 microphone station AMPLIFIER OUTPUT

1.17
Block diagram of the VES system.

SIGNAL

SIGNAL/DATA LINES

CONNECTION TO FIRE-FIGHTING UNIT

SERIAL DATA

LOUDSPEAKERS
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CONTACTS

EMERGENCY POWER SUPPLY

1.18
PA/VES system with background music and announcements.
3 zones, with interlaced loudspeakers network

Key

4 PM2040-B output
7 PMWxx amplifier
10 PM2042-B selection of digital zones
11 PMB136 microphone station
13 PM2011-V controlled power supply
14 PM2093-VL controlled I/O with LEDs
15 PM2093-V controlled I/O
16 PM2045-B matrix
17 PM2061-V message generator
SIGNAL
18 PM2021-V CPU
19 PM2020-V controlled dual imput SIGNAL/DATA LINES
20 M961-V emergency microphone
21 PM2094-V end of line CONNECTION TO FIRE-FIGHTING UNIT
23 PMB130-V emergency and control console
24 PMB139-V expansion for PMB 130-V SERIAL DATA

LOUDSPEAKERS
ACCESSORIES
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• AC36 system clock CONTACTS


• AC37 serial RS485
• AC39 PMB 130-V connection card EMERGENCY POWER SUPPLY

1.19
P8036 • 6 zone voice/music switching unit
systems
P 8 0 3 6

The panel enables a maximum of 6


zones to be selected by means of a
microphone base. The equipment can
be used both with the line signals
(before the amplifier) and with power
signals (output from the amplifier with
100 V line). The P8036 has provisions
for connecting two amplifiers (one for
music and one for speech) and it can
be configured to operate with a single
amplifier for both voice and music.
P8036 There are 4 inputs for auxiliary sound
sources with selectors and level con-
trols, one input on a terminal strip for connecting several stations of the B500 and B600 ranges and an input with VOX
priority for sound sources, such as a message generator or an alarm-tone generator. The music source that was selected,
adjusted in amplitude, will be available at the MUSIC OUT output , while the voice signal from the base or from the VOX
input (depending on priority) will be available on the SPEECH OUT. If there is only one amplifier, this input will also pro-
vide the music featuring the lowest priority.

FUNCTIONAL FEATURES

• Selection of voice/music on 6 zones by means of relays • Three-wire override connection


• Possibility of activating/de-activating music for each zone • Optional warning signal (AC25) with volume and tone
by means of front-panel switches control
• 4 inputs for music sources with RCA type stereo connectors • Selection of priority of Base over VOX or VOX over Base
• VOX line input on RCA type connector with automatic • Insulated contact controlled by microphone station for driv-
precedence activation and All Call, suitable for connection ing an alarm message or tone
with DAG9200 or DMG9016 • 6 line outputs for the 6 zones on screw-down terminal with
• Input for amplified microphone bases of the B500 or B600 three-wire override connection
range, with separate screw-down terminal strips for • MUSIC OUT and SPEECH OUT output
audio/power/ precedence and for zone selection • Equipment for rack-mounting in 19” rack, height: 1 module
• Separate 100 V inputs for music and for speech on screw- • Power supply: 230 VAC/24 VDC.
down terminal

P 8 0 3 6 T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

VOX INPUT: AUX - TAPE - TUNER INPUTS:


Sensitivity/impedance 300 mV/46 kΩ Sensitivity/impedance 100 mV/33 kΩ
S/N 89 dB S/N >92 dB
Frequency response 30 Hz÷20 KHz Frequency response 25 Hz÷20 KHz
BASE INPUT: CD INPUTS:
Sensitivity/impedance 190 mV/10 kΩ Sensitivity/impedance 480 mV/45 kΩ
S/N 88 dB S/N >92 dB
Frequency response 50 Hz÷20 KHz Frequency response 25 Hz÷32 KHz
MIX OUT: Level/impedance 775 mV/600 Ω MUSIC OUT: Level/impedance 775 mV/600 Ω

P 8 0 3 0

Container for special applications, 2 modular units high,


including:
• Front panel with handles, mains switch and ON/OFF sig-
nalling lamp
• Rear panel, with mains connector and fuse, supporting a
printed circuit that contains ten 6-pole blocks with fast-on
type contacts (female printed-circuit connectors and corre-
sponding male connectors supplied with them). The print-
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ed circuit has provisions for housing up to 10 additional


connector blocks. P8030
• 12 VDC/2 A stabilised power supply.
1.20
SD200 • Multi-channel distribution system
systems
The SD200 system enables simultaneous distribution of 6 different programmes over a single pair of wires. The ease of
installation as compared with conventional systems makes it particularly suitable for sound-broadcasting to the single
rooms of accommodation facilities such as hotels, nursing homes, tourist centres, residential centres, cruise ships, ferries
and private homes. The heart of the system is the SDP220 receiver module, which can be installed in any room inside a
normal flush-mounted box for wiring systems. The SDM200 modulator can provide a constant signal for a maximum of
80 SDP220 receivers. Continuous expansion, in multiples of 80 is possible, by including the SDB200 amplifier in the sig-
nal line. The SD200 system can also be used to manage up to 6 languages in fixed simultaneous
translation systems. A cabled simultaneous translation system enables excellent listening quality, with no interference
and a very high level of safety against unauthorised tapping.

S D M 2 0 0 Modulator

This system enables 6 signals from sources generated local-


ly by CD or cassette players, tuners, etc. to be transmitted
and mixed via a telephone pair. A pre-amplifier circuit
adapts the amplitude of the signals of the sources for correct
modulation of the respective carriers generated by a stage
that functions according to the PLL technique, with quartz-
controlled reference frequency. The six modulated carriers
are sent to an RF amplifier and then to the output sockets by
SDM200 means of an RF transformer that takes care of balancing and
of the correct impedance value.

S D P 2 2 0 Receiver module

This module demodulates the signals distributed by the


SDM200 modulator (or directly by cable radio systems). The
receiver can be activated from a remote location, even if it is
switched off, by means of a voltage of 12 VDC. This feature
means that it is possible, if required, to force broadcasting of
emergency messages to single listening zones. The module can
be operated by means of a 12 VDC source or from the mains
at 230 VAC by means of the SDT100 transformer contained in
the SDA200-T loudspeaker module. The channels are selected
cyclically by means of keys. The selected channel is shown on a
SDP220
display which has automatic brightness adjustment on the basis
of the ambient light. Volume control is electronic. If the module
is used in a conventional simultaneous translation system, it can
be housed in the conference table or in the arm or backrests of
the chairs. The messages can be listened to through headsets
plugged into the sockets provided for them. For special
installations, the modules can be supplied in cus-
tomised versions with panels of various types.

S D A 2 0 0 Loudspeaker module

This module contains a 3 W - 8 Ohm loudspeaker. It can be con-


nected to SDP220 receivers running on a 12 VDC power supply.

SDA200/SDA200-T S D A 2 0 0 - T

In addition to the 3 W - 8 Ohm loudspeaker, this also contains


a transformer, SDT100, from the mains 230 VAC voltage for
the receiver module.

S D B 2 0 0 Line amplifier

This must be used if the length of the line attenuates the signal
excessively or, in any case, if the number of SDP220 receivers
is greater than 80. Each SDB200 enables a further 80
receivers to be added. It is possible to expand the system to a
practically unlimited number of receivers using the appropri-
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ate additional SDB200 amplifiers. For the 230 VAC mains


power, it is necessary to add the SDT101 transformer.
SDB200

1.21
S D T 1 0 1 2 7 / 9 0 1

Transformer for 230 VAC mains power supply for the SDB200. Box for flush-mounting the SDP220, SDA200(T) and SDB200
modules.

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S S D M 2 0 0
Generator 6 frequencies, PLL type controlled by quartz oscillator
Frequencies broadcast CH1=178 kHz; CH2=211 kHz; CH3=244 kHz; CH4=277 kHz; CH5=310 kHz; CH6=343 kHz;

Output power carrier only - 10 mW / Channel; with modulation - 50 mW Peak / Channel (80% mod.)

Output voltage attenuation about 0-26 dB

Output line impedence 25 Ω or 100 Ω

LF section channel modulators with automatic level control, lowpass filter and pre-enphasis to 3 dB at 6 kHz

LF input impedence 150 kΩ

Sensitivity for 30% modulation 150÷3000 mV

Power-supply voltage 220 VAC

Power consumption 12 VA
LED indicators Modulation depth – Channel carrier – Output RF

Examples of installation
Hotel distribution system with possible emergency Application of the SD200 system for a simultaneous
calling translation installation

HALL MICROPHONE
6 SOUND SOURCES (TUNER - COMPACT DISC - TAPE)
HALL AMPLIFIER HALL SPEAKER

SDM200 MODULATOR

TELEPHONE
PAIR
SDM200 MODULATOR

ROOM 1

TRANSLATORSÕ WORKSTATIONS

ROOM 80

SDP220
RECEIVER 1

SDP220

ROOM 81 RECEIVER 80

ROOM 160

SDP220
LINE AMPLIFIER RECEIVER 81

ALARM LAUNCH MICROPHONE SDP220


RECEIVER 160

Sound emission
BATTERY OR 12V POWER SUPPLY Emergency
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1.22
ITC2000-C • Interphone system for counters
systems
I T C 2 0 0 0 - C

The ITC2000-C is an interphone system


for counters for the public. Microproces-
sor-based management allows high-
quality flexible performance. The system
has more than one operating model. It
can be configured as a handsfree
C 4 01 - B
“speak-listen” unit and, if connected to
an amplifier, it can be incorporated
profitably into a sound-broadcasting
system. This latter application is
extremely interesting, since in addition
to carrying on a conversation over the
counter, the operator can also make
announcements to the public or calls to
zones. These can also be made, with different levels of priority, via the microphones of other operators connected to the system
(i.e. safety personnel, and so on). The ITC2000-C stands out from other “speak-listen” systems available on the market since it
operates in the attenuation mode rather than by switching. This makes the conversation more natural, since the unpleasant breaks
in the dialogue that are typical of switched systems are avoided. The operator station is equipped with a microphone on a flexi-
ble stem, long enough to enable conversation in a natural tone of voice and volume, with no howl-round effects. The system must
be equipped with PASO C401-B loudspeakers on the public side, for listening. These are made of aluminium, are extremely
tough and suitable also for applications requiring protection against vandalism, (e.g. railway and underground, night chemists).
In the back panel there are two standard 3,5 mm jack plugs for connecting headphones and/or external microphone.
The ITC2000-C interphone system consists of the following:
• Microphone base equipped with microphone with anti-hiss- • Junction box (telephone type) with 6-pole (female) tele-
ing protection phone connector
• External 230 V AC/18 V DC, 500mA power supply • Wall-mounted electret microphone, equipped with shielded
• Connecting cable between the interphone base and the cable (length 3m). This microphone was designed for
junction box (length 3 m), equipped with 6-pin (male) tele- mounting on the glass pane above the counter, thanks to its
phone connectors vibration-proof double-adhesive strip.

Note: As an alternative to the C401-B, the models of the EGI range, items nos. G13U/16 or G28N/16 are also available.

Application diagram

G28N/16

G13U/16

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L ITC2000-C

Power-supply voltage/consumption 15 Vdc/60 mA÷200 mA


Sensitivity of wall-mounted microphone -47 dB (0 dB=1V/Pa a 1 kHz)
Sensitivity of station microphone -48 dB (0 dB=1V/Pa a 1 kHz)
Frequency response (-3 dB) 270÷8000 Hz
Rated output with 8Ω internal loudspeaker 1W
Rated output with 8Ω esternal loudspeaker 1W
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Rated output with 16Ω internal loudspeaker 0.6 W


Size of microphone station (LxHxW) mm 200x158x81
Net weight of microphone station, kg 1

1.23
systems Rack-type cabinets • 5800-D range
The rack-type cabinets of the P5800 range were designed specifically to house all PASO electronic equipment and service pan-
els, and have provisions for modular 19” mounting. Each model in the range is made of thick reinforced steel sheeting, and
they are available in black. Each model is supplied together with a mounting kit consisting of 2 side panels with ventilation slits,
an upper and a lower closing panels. The kit is completed by 4 supporting feet, a set of screws for mechanical assembly, 4
cables with cable lugs for connecting the parts to earth and a set of cage nuts for securing the service equipment in place. Black
glazed front doors equipped with double locks and opening either to the left or to the right are available. As an alternative to
the normal rear panels, back rear blind doors equipped with locks are also available. The P5008-D range racks are manufac-
tured according to IEC297-2 and EN60065 rules. Besides, as from general electrical safety standards, the racks and their acces-
sories (doors, panels, etc.) have a connector for ground wiring.

f r o m P 5712 - B t o P 574 0 - B

f r o m P 5 416 - D t o P 5 4 4 0 - D

P5404-D

P5408-D

P 5 410 - D
from P5808 to P5840-D

P 5 8 0 0 - D R A N G E R A C K S
Height of rack, cm Front doors Rear doors Black rear
Modular units Rack model
(width 52.50) with locks, with locks, panels with
(U.M.) (colour: black)
(depth 45.60) colour: black colour: black ventilation grille
4 P5404-D
6 P5506-N
8 40,80 P5808 P5408-D
10 P5410-D
12 58,60 P5812-D P5712-B
16 76,40 P5816-D P5716-B P5416-D
20 94,20 P5820-D P5720-B P5420-D
24 112,00 P5824-D P5724-B P5424-D
30 138,60 P5830-D P5730-B P5430-D
40 183,10 P5840-D P5740-B P5440-D

OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES FOR


RACKS OF THE 5800-D RANGE
AC50 - Brackets for supporting equip-
AC50 ment
AC51 - Set of 40 cage nuts, type M5.
AC52 - Set of 20 screws and 20 wash-
ers, type M5.
AC54-D - Set of 4 wheels (2 fixed and
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2 swivelling).
AC5801-D - Rack base kit with exit
AC51 AC52 AC54-D AC5801-D cables.

1.24
Complete service panels for rack mounting
systems
P 8 0 0 1 - B

16A ON/OFF switch with ON/OFF


signalling lamp and mains fuse.
P8001-B
Height: 1 modular unit.

P 8 0 0 2 - M

Monitor panel unit equipped with one


6-position “output line” switch, volume
control and loudspeaker.
P8002-M
P 8 0 0 4

Same as the P8002-B panel but with


50A automatic magnetothermal
ON/OFF switch.

P 8 0 0 8 - D

Mains distribution unit with 8 multi-


P8004 standard sockets.

P 8 0 8 2 • P 8 0 8 2 / 6

P8082: cabled switching unit with 12


switches for including loudspeakers and
one ON/OFF switch.
P8008-D
P8082/6 with 6 switches and one
ON/OFF switch. Height: 1 modular unit.

P 8 0 3 5

P8082/6 Top for VCR, Tuner, CD players, PA212


P8082
etc.
Adaptable for 2, 3 and 4 modular units.

P8003/1•P8003/2
P8003/1
P8003/2 Panels with fans. 220 VAC 50 Hz.
Height: 3 modular units
P8003/1: with 1 fan.
P8003/2: with 2 fans.

P 8 0 3 2

Accessories drawer.
Height: 3 modular units.
P8035
P8032
P8031 P 8 0 3 1

Same as P8032, but with front panel


height of 4 modular units for record-
player or bulky accessories.

BLIND PANELS

Equipped with ground wiring connector.


P 8 0 11 - D - P 8 0 1 2 - D P8011-D: 1 modular unit.
P 8 013 - D - P 8 014 - D
P8012-D: 2 modular units.
P8013-D: 3 modular units.
P8014-D: 4 modular units.

PERFORATED PANELS

Equipped with ground wiring connector.


SYSTEMS

P 5 2 01 - D P5201-D: 1 modular unit.


P5202-D
P5203-D P5202-D: 2 modular units.
P5203-D: 3 modular units.
1.25
amplifiers

THE FUNCTIONAL FEATURES AND VERSATILITY OF PASO POWER UNITS

ARE THE RESULT OF MANY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN PLANT ENGINEER-

ING. EACH OF THE RANGES OFFERED, FROM THE LEAST EXPENSIVE TO

THE MOST PROFESSIONAL, MEETS PRECISE OPERATING CRITERIA AND

IS MANUFACTURED AND TESTED TO ENSURE USERS ABSOLUTE RELIABIL-

ITY, ALSO DURING CONTINUOUS OPERATION. THE VARIETY OF SPECI-

FICATIONS AND OF THE ACCESSORIES ENABLES THE AMPLIFICATION

SYSTEM TO BE OPTIMISED, REGARDLESS OF ITS LEVEL OF COMPLEXITY.

IN ADDITION TO THE VAST RANGE OF VOLTAGE AND POWER AMPLI-

FIERS, THERE IS NOW A BRAND-NEW RANGE OF CURRENT AMPLIFIERS

FOR THE BEARERS OF HEARING AIDS.


8000 range • Integrated amplifiers
T
amplifiers
HE AMPLIFIERS AND POWER UNITS OF

THE 8000 RANGE HAVE BEEN DESIGNED

TO MEET IN A FLEXIBLE AND PROFESSIONAL

MANNER THE DEMANDS OF MARKET THAT

IS EVOLVING CONSTANTLY FROM THE TECH-

NOLOGICAL POINT OF VIEW. THE ALREADY

EXTENSIVE FEATURES OF THE RANGE CAN

BE FURTHER BROADENED USING A RANGE

AX8120 / AX8240 OF EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL MODULES

CAPABLE OF ADAPTING THE PRODUCT TO

THE SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS OF THE SYS-

TEM AND, THEREFORE, OF THE USER.

AX8120 /AX 8240

A X 8 1 2 0 / 1 2 0 W
A X 8 2 4 0 / 2 4 0 W

FUNCTIONAL FEATURES:
• 4 independent microphone inputs with excludable phantom power supply, balanced electronically or balanced galvanically
with optional TM90 transformers, for the use of low-impedance dynamic microphones or electret microphones. The input con-
nectors are of the XLR type with mechanical retaining devices. A terminal strip for microphone precedence provides the pos-
sibility of setting scaled-down precedence for the microphones. Up to 4 levels of priority are possible
• 3 auxiliary inputs (CD, TUNER and TAPE) with standardised input levels and double RCA sockets for using standard stereo
cables. It’s also provided a TAPE output, with a double RCA socket, for connecting a tape recorder, if required.
• PRE OUT and POWER IN sockets for connecting equaliser or anti-Larsen equipment
• Telephone/emergency input with automatic attenuation (VOX) and priority over all other inputs. A trimmer is provided for
adjusting the level of the emergency signal
• Input for pre-amplified microphone base, on a five-pole DIN socket with sensitivity adjustment. Automatic precedence device
(VOX) with adjustment of the tripping threshold. Possibility of external level and tone control of the warning signal (with an
optional AC25 card)
• 24 VDC emergency power supply
• Selective filter inside the equipment to optimise the response when horn loudspeakers are used
• Front-panel control of treble and bass tones
• Front-panel control of general volume
• LED-type Vu-meter for clear and immediate reading of the power output
• Signalling lamp for abnormal operation (overload)
• Provisions for plugging in external and/or internal modules so as to expand even further the func-
tions provided in the standard configuration.
AMPLIFIERS

2.1
amplifiers 8000 range • Booster units
AW8121/120W
AW8241/240W
AW8501/500W

FUNCTIONAL FEATURES:
• Input on XLR socket for connection to
a preamplifier or to another power
unit. Sensitivity of this input is adjust-
ed by means of the associated LEVEL
control. In order to balance the input,
if required (exceptionally long con-
necting lines or subject to interfer-
ence), there is an internal connector
AW8121 / AW8241 / AW8501
for the TM92 balancing transformer.
A second output XLR socket enables cascade connection of several units.
• Pre-amplified base input, automatically activated by adjusting the tripping threshold (A.P.T.)
• 24 VDC emergency power supply
• Selective filter inside the equipment to optimise the response when horn loudspeakers are used
• Front-panel control of treble and bass tones and of general volume, with ring nuts for protecting against accidental activation.
• LED-type Vu-meter for clear and immediate reading of the power output. Signalling lamp for abnormal operation (overload)
• Provisions for plugging in external and/or internal modules so as to expand even further the func-
tions provided in the standard configuration.

AW8121 / AW8241 AW8501

Model AW8501 has two fans for forced ventilation of the final power stages. These are activated automatically as soon as a pre-
established temperature is reached inside the equipment and stop when the temperature returns to its normal level. This leads to
a considerable drop in the mechanical wear of the moving parts and in the amount of dust accumulating inside the equipment.

AX8240- AW8241 AX8120- AW8121


AMPLIFIERS

Effective output power and absorption depending on the DC power supply.


2.2
T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M O D E L A X 812 0 AX8240 A X 8121 AW 8 2 41 AW 8 5 01

Rated output power


120 W 240 W 120 W 240 W 500 W
with mains power supply

Constant voltage outputs 100–70–50V 100–70–50V

Low impedance outputs 8,16 Ω 16 Ω

Distortion
<1%
at rated output

Tone correction ±10dB (a 100 Hz, 10 kHz)

4 micro inputs (with Phantom power supply)


Inputs 1 pre-amplified base - 1 emergency/telephone input 1 input line - 1 pre-amplified base
3 Aux inputs (CD - Tuner - Tape)

Microphone inputs

Input/sensitivity impedance 1.6 mV/1.5 kΩ – – –

Signal/noise ratio 63 dB – – –

Frequency response 50÷20,000 Hz (0/-3dB) – – –

Attenuation due to precedence 40dB – – –

Microphone filter 500 Hz (-3dB) – – –

Auxiliary inputs/booster input

Input sensitivity/impedance
TAPE/TUNER 150 mV/47 kΩ
– – –
CD 500 mV/47 kΩ
EMERGENCY/PHONE 100 mV/47 kΩ

480 mV/100 kΩ
Input/output Booster – – ≤1.1 V/100 kΩ balanced
balanced

VOX activation threshold 55 mV – – –

Signal/noise ratio 85dB 80dB >80dB

Frequency response (-3 dB) 40÷20,000 Hz 50÷20,000 Hz

Attenuation due to precedence 55dB >40dB

Input sensitivity/impedance
TAPE OUT 110 mV/600 Ω,
– – –
BOOSTER 1.1 V/600 Ω balanced
PRE OUT 480 mV/<10 kΩ

Amplified base input

Input sensitivity/impedance 250 mV/10 kΩ 220 mV/10 kΩ 170 mV/10 kΩ

Signal/noise ratio 80dB >80 dB

Frequency response (-3 dB) 180÷12,000 Hz 150÷14,000 180÷20,000 Hz

Operating conditions

Power supply 230 V±10%, 50/60 Hz /24 VDC

Consumption al max. output


250 W/170 W 450 W/260 W 250 W/170 W 450 W/260 W 950 W/600 W
(mains or 24 VDC power supply)

Operating temperature - 10° ÷ + 45° C

Relative humidity < 95 %

Size (LxHxD), mm 482x133x325 482x133x420

Height pf standard
3
19” modular units

Net weight, kg 14.1 17.4 14.1 17.4 25

Safety according to standard CEI EN60065


AMPLIFIERS

2.3
amplifiers 8000 range • Internal modules
These modules do not need any adjustment during use and accessibility is, therefore, not a requirement. For this reason they
are designed to be plugged into the equipment internally.
A C 2 0 Remote volume control
Digital control enabling the following benefits over conventional devices:

• Operation with high-level signals, with consequent very high signal/noise ratio
• High linearity and absence of distortion even with strong input signals
• High immunity to interference on the control line
AC20 • Volume control through a continuous control voltage, at 16 levels
• Adjustment through a range in excess of 40 dB
• Logarithmic adjustment curve for linear variation of the control voltage
• Possibility of stepless adjustment by means of a remote linear potentiometer or to predefined levels by means of switchable
resistive dividers.

A C 2 1 Alarm

Alarm-signal generator of the “slow-hoop” type.


The level of the output signal from the equipment is set on the card and does not
respond to the volume and tone controls. It has top priority over all other signals.
The signal is activated by the closing of an external contact.
AC21

A C 2 5 Chime

Warning-signal generator activated by closing the precedence contacts of the


microphones or of the base.
• Choice between two-tone or three-tone chime
• Tone control
• Level control.
AC25

8000 range • External modules


amplifiers

The range of modules offered enables the equipment to be “customised” by implementing additional input functions (micro,
aux), output functions (zone selection) or control functions (amplifier, line, inclusion of stand-by unit). An exclusive feature of the
8000 range is the possibility of plugging the modules either into the amplifiers or into the power units. The special configura-
tion of the module/amplifier interface takes the possibility of using new modular units into account, even with complex func-
tions, to meet specific plant-engineering or market requirements.
A C 8 0 1 0 Dual micro input module

• Balanced microphone inputs with galvanic insulation


• “Extra low-noise” input microphone amplifiers
• Input transformers with double mu-metal shielding
• Phantom power supply for electret microphones
• Differential control of input amplification
• Possibility of generating microphone precedence on auxiliary inputs
• Possibility of subjecting each input to separate microphone precedence
• Switchable low-cut filter.
AC8010

A C 8 0 2 0 Dual AUX input/output module

• One auxiliary input/output with five-pole DIN socket.


• One auxiliary input/output with double PHONO sockets for easier connection to
stereo sources.
• Differential control of amplification of the inputs.
• Possibility of subjecting each input to separate microphone precedence.
AMPLIFIERS

AC8020

2.4
A C 8 0 4 0 AUX Micro input and input/output module

The AC8040 module includes a microphone input on an XLR socket and an auxil-
iary input/output on a dual PHONO socket. A differential volume control enables
the two inputs to be balanced.

AC8040

A C 8 0 5 0 Amplifier control module

Device enabling normal operation of the amplifier to be controlled. A jumper can


be used to provide “stand-alone” type of operation or connected via a serial line
to the P8006 remote controller. The module can function powered either directly
from the amplifier or from an external power supply. In this latter case, the micro-
controller-based test section will be galvanically isolated from the amplifier thanks
to the optoisolators on the card.

Its main features are:


AC8050
• Control of correct functioning of the amplifier by sending a 20 kHz test signal last-
ing a few tens of a millisecond; the test is repeated at intervals that can be set between 2.5 seconds and about 10 minutes
• Constant monitoring of the presence of the power supplies and of tripping of the protection
• LEDs for signalling the type of failure
• Levels of digital signals (0-5 V) for remotising failure signalling
• Possibility of connection to the P8006 remote controller by means of a serial line and power supply.

A C 8 0 5 1 - B
Line control TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AC8051-B
Line impedance
This device can be used to signal the fol- measurement range
20÷500 Ω
lowing conditions: normal operation,
High-impedance 120%
overload, changes in line impedance. It condition
is also able to monitor correct operation Low-impedance 80%
of the power section of the amplifier condition
and a possible loss of insulation to earth Minimum resistance
2700 Ω
of the loudspeaker line. of insulation to earth
Frequency
AC8051-B 30 Hz
of test signal

A C 8 0 5 2 Stand-by amplifier inclusion module

Installed in an amplifier used as a stand-by unit, this module enables the unit to
be activated if the AC8051-B module detects improper functioning of the main
amplifier.
The connection between the AC8051-B and the AC8052 is shown in Figure C.

AC8052

A C 8 0 3 0 Zone-selection module

This module can be used to select from a remote location the constant voltage out-
put lines up to a maximum of six. Control is possible with the B613 or B616 micro-
phone bases, which have provisions for direct connection to the module (see Fig. A).
When switching of the listening zones is required with no need for the microphone,
this module can be connected to a normal six-way keypad by means of the con-
AMPLIFIERS

nectors supplied with it.

AC8030

2.5
T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M O D E L AC 8 010 AC 8 0 2 0 AC 8 0 4 0

MICRO sensitivity/impedance 1.7 mV/800 Ω - 1.6 mV/1.2 kΩ


AUX sensitivity/impedance - 100 mV/150 kΩ 110 mV/150 kΩ
Distortion (THD) 0.18% 0.12% 0.2%
Input frequency response (-10 dB) 75÷19,000 Hz 55÷20,000 Hz
LCF filter cut-off 250 Hz - -
MICRO S/N (A-weight) 68 dB - 66 dB
AUX S/N - 85 dB > 75 dB
Max. input level (M.I.L.) +18 dB +10 dB +20 dB
Attenuation due to precedence 55 dB 58 dB 53 dB
Input crosstalk (1 kHz to10 kHz) >60 dB >73 dB >60 dB
AUX output level - 110 mV
AUX output frequency response (-10 dB) - 40÷38,000 Hz 30÷35,000 Hz

Figure A - Use of the AC8030 with the B616 (B613) microphone-console


Keys 1 to 6 of the base activate the corresponding output lines (zones). The music signal applied to the amplifier is broadcast
only to the zones that have been activated. By operating the TALK key on the console, it is possible, after generating the warning
signal (CHIME), to send a message with automatic priority over the music signal to the zones that have already been
enabled, or to different zones selected before the message is sent.

Figure B
AMPLIFIERS

The figure shows an interesting application of the AC8030 module with a B616 console and two amplifiers, one for broadcasting
music programmes and the other for broadcasting messages. With the connections indicated, it is possible to broadcast the music
signals to all the zones and, when required, to send a message to some of them, selecting them by means of the keys on the base,
without stopping the music being broadcast to the areas for which the message is not intended.
2.6
Figure C
Diagram of connections between the AC8051-B and the AC8052
amplifiers

8000 range • P8006 system control


T HE P8006 IS A SOPHISTICATED

DEVICE MANAGED BY A MICROPROCES-

SOR. TOGETHER WITH THE AC8050 OR

AC8051-B DIAGNOSTIC MODULES, IT

FORMS A SYSTEM FOR AUTOMATIC CON-

TROL OF THE AMPLIFIERS OF A SOUND-

BROADCASTING SYSTEM. THANKS TO


P8006
ITS SPECIFIC FEATURES, THE P8006 IS

SUITABLE FOR ALL THOSE APPLICATIONS

IN WHICH IT IS NECESSARY TO GUARAN-

TEE A HIGH LEVEL OF RELIABILITY AND

CONTINUOUS SELF-DIAGNOSTICS, WITH

THE POSSIBILITY OF AUTOMATICALLY

INCLUDING A STAND-BY AMPLIFIER TO


P8006
REPLACE A POSSIBLE FAILED UNIT.

The P8006 is capable of controlling up to 6 amplifiers at the same time and, if one of these fails, to replace it automatically with
a stand-by unit. The P8006 unit has to be used with amplifiers of the 8000 range, which have drawers on the rear for housing
the AC8050 or AC8051-B modules. With the AC8050 module it is possible to control the amplifiers, while with the AC8051-B
module it is possible to control both the amplifiers and the loudspeaker line. When the AC8051-B module is used, if the failure
of the module is due solely to the line, the P8006 unit will not replace the amplifier on the failed line. It will simply signal the fail-
ure by causing a LED to light up and activating a relay. In the event of simultaneous failure of more than one amplifier, the man-
agement program will arrange to include the stand-by amplifier in the place of the amplifier with the highest priority. The priorities
are assigned at the time of installing the P8006 unit. The P8006 is extremely simple to program, since this is done by means of
a guided menu and shown on an LCD. The operator has simply to move through the steps of the program using the three-key pad
on the front panel of the unit and to select the required functions. The device can store up to the last 100 failure events, thus pro-
viding a historical data base that will prove useful for diagnosing any upsets in the sound-broadcasting system.

FUNCTIONAL FEATURES:
AMPLIFIERS

• Simple user interface • Back-lit LCD, 16 x 2 digits


• Rapid installation • Relay for remote signalling of failures
• Self-diagnosis • 24 VDC emergency power supply.
• Automatic recovery after elimination of the fault
2.7
Amplifier 1 Amplifier1

AC8051-B
AC8050
CV35

Amplifier 2 Amplifier 2

AC8051-B
AC8050
CV35

CONTROL
CONTROL
AUDIO IN/OUT

AUDIO IN/OUT
••• •••
Amplifier 6 Amplifier 6

AC8051-B
AC8050
CV35
P8006 P8006

AC60
Data

AUDIO IN/OUT AUDIO IN/OUT AC60

Stand-by amplifier Stand-by amplifier

AC8050
AC8050

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L P8006

No. 6 AC8051-B plus no. 1 AC8050 (stand-by amplifier)


Max. number of control modules that can be connected
No. 6 AC8050 plus no. 1 AC8050 (stand-by amplifier)
Rated line voltage 100 V
Maximum permissible output for each line 500 W / 100 V
Maximum capacity of the exchange of the service relay 500mA / 30 V
Operating conditions
Power supply 230 V ±10%, 50/60 Hz / 24 ±10% VDC
Consumption at max. output (mains/24 VDC power supply) 10 VA / 400 mA
Size (LxHxD), mm 428x88x305
Height of standard 19” modules, in units 2
Net weight, kg 5
P8006 WITH AC8050 OR AC8051-B AC 8 0 5 0 AC 8 0 51 - B
Frequency of the test signal 20 kHz 30 Hz
Frequency of the test 3s 5 or 30s (free choice)
Line impedance measuring range - 20÷500 Ω
Minimum resistance of insulation to heart - 2,700 Ω
Failures detected
Communication error with control module (TX/RX err.) • -
Detection of intervention
• •
of amplifier protection circuit (Ampli prot.)
Detection of problem
• •
in the amplifier power circuit (Ampli off)
Detection of a lowering
• •
of the amplification level (Ampli level)
Detection of loss of insulation to earth
- •
in the loudspeaker distribution line (GND fault)
Detection of a lowering of the impedance value
- •
of the loudspeaker distribution line (Line LOW)
Detection of an increase in the impedance
- •
of the loudspeaker distribution line (Line HIGH)
ACCESSORY CODE Description
AMPLIFIERS

Cable between P8006 and AC8051-B (equipped with cabled connectors).


CV35
Length 1.8 m (1 cable is required for each module)
Flat-cable kit with 8 crimping connectors
AC60 for connection between the P8006 and the AC8050 modules.
Lenght 2 m (1 cable is required for each system).

2.8
8000 range • Mixers I
amplifiers
N A COMPLEX AUDIO CHAIN, THE MIXER IS

THE MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL CENTRE OF

THE VARIOUS SOUND SOURCES. IN THE GEN-

ERAL FIELD OF VOICE AMPLIFICATION (PA), A

PARTICULARLY DELICATE CASE IS WHEN THERE

ARE MANY MICROPHONES IN THE SAME

ROOM. IN AN “IDEAL” SITUATION, EACH

P8038 MICROPHONE SHOULD ONLY DETECT THE

VOICE OF THE SPEAKER, HOWEVER THIS


P 8 0 3 8 8+4 INPUT AUTOMATIC MIXER
UNFORTUNATELY IS RARELY THE CASE. IN
The PASO P8038 is an audio mixer for both manual and automatic use, depending
PRACTICE, IN PARTICULAR WHEN MORE THAN
on which operating mode is chosen. This feature makes the P8038 a natural choice
for a professional installer for designing a new system or for optimising existing sys- ONE MICROPHONE IS OPEN AT THE SAME
tems, for Meetings, Conferences and Congresses, Meeting, Conferences and
Videoconference Halls, Sports Centres, Religious Ceremonies and, in general, any- TIME, BACKGROUND NOISE AND REVERBERAT-

where where clear and intelligible broadcasting of speech is an essential require- ED SOUND OFTEN ENTER THE MICROPHONE
ment. With its unbeatable quality/price ratio, the P8038 dual-mode manual and
automatic audio mixer is currently the state-of-the-art technological choice for a pro- TOGETHER WITH THE MAIN SIGNAL, LEADING
fessional audio installer. TO ACOUSTIC FEEDBACK (LARSEN EFFECT) AND

FUNCTIONAL FEATURES: LOWERING THE LEVEL OF “CLEANNESS” OF

THE SPEECH. GENERALLY SPEAKING, TWO DIF-


• Eight balanced microphone inputs with XLR sockets
• Four selectable auxiliary inputs with dual PHONO sockets FERENT SITUATIONS TYPICAL OF VOICE AMPLI-
• High-level balanced output with XLR plug
• Auxiliary output for recorder (with internal level control) FICATION WITH A NUMBER OF MICROPHONES
• Disconnectable highpass filter on all microphone inputs CAN BE FORESEEN. THE FIRST REFERS TO A
• Remote-controllable volume control (via cable)
• 8 V PHANTOM power supply for condenser microphone (can be activated on four FAIRLY “EASY” ACOUSTIC ENVIRONMENT,
inputs)
THAT IS TO SAY WITH LITTLE BACKGROUND
• Scaled microphone priorities settable by the user
• Three different operating modes (manual-automatic/static-automatic/dynamic) NOISE AND NOT MUCH REVERBERATION. THE
• Release times settable between 0.5 and 24 seconds
• Modular construction of the microphone input circuitry SECOND REFERS TO SITUATIONS IN WHICH
• Standard 19” chassis with handle for rack mounting.
THESE PROBLEMS ARE PRESENT AND CREATE

DIFFICULTIES IN MANAGING THE MICRO-

PHONES. IN THE FIRST CASE A MANUAL MIXER

WILL BE SUITABLE, WHILE IN THE SECOND HAV-

ING AN AUTOMATIC MIXER AT DISPOSAL WILL


P8038
BE OF GREAT ADVANTAGE.

OPERATING MODES:

• MANUAL MODE: The mixer is used in the traditional manner; mixing of all the microphone lines and of the auxiliary input
is carried out manually by operating the relevant controls on the front panel.
• AUTOMATIC MODE: the equipment manages the eight microphone lines on its own, co-ordinating their activation and de-
activation electronically and ensuring compliance with any priorities that have been set and adapting the general output level
on the basis of the number of lines activated.
In turn, the AUTOMATIC mode can be set for operation of the STATIC or DYNAMIC type, with the following differences:
• STATIC OPERATION: the level of the activation threshold can be set by the user separately for each microphone input.
AMPLIFIERS

• DYNAMIC OPERATION: the level of the activation threshold cannot be set by the user. Instead, it is managed automatical-
ly by the mixer. The threshold is compared moment by moment with the average level of the signals applied to the micro-
phone inputs inside the equipment.

2.9
MX 8033

M X 8 0 3 3 6+4 INPUT MIXER

The PASO MX8033 pre-amplifier and mixer is a piece of equipment with advanced technical specifications. Its considerable
versatility and simple use make it suitable for a vast range of professional applications. The good number of inputs at dispos-
al, the possibility of further increasing their number, the PHANTOM power supply for electret microphones (such as the PASO
MC200) and the various levels of microphone priority are just a few of the most important features of this product.
The MX8033 mixer can be used as a traditional mixer for more than one microphone or to manage mini-conferences thanks
to the various levels of the microphone precedence circuit. It is also possible to connect two or more MX8033 mixers in cascade
formation to increase the total number of inputs at disposal.
The SPEECH CORRECTOR filters deserve to be mentioned specifically since, unlike normal highpass filters, they introduce gen-
uine equalisation, which emphasises the most important frequencies for the intelligibility of speech.
The BASE IN input, with its automatic precedence circuit, completes the picture of the operating capacity of this equipment.
The MX8033 mixer has provisions for housing an additional module inside it for tone control and one for generating a warn-
ing signal (CHIME).

FUNCTIONAL FEATURES:

• Six electronically balanced microphone inputs – possibility of balancing with (optional) transformer on two of these inputs
• Four selectable auxiliary inputs, of which one with sensitivity control
• High-level balanced output
• Auxiliary output for recorder
• Mixing bus input and output for expanding inputs
• Amplified microphone console input “base” with automatic precedence
• SPEECH CORRECTOR filters with separate activation on all microphone inputs
• 12-V phantom power supply condenser microphones
• Several levels of microphone precedence
• Provisions for additional internal modules
• Standard 19” chassis with handles for rack mounting.

OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES:

• TM90 microphone input transformer module


• Additional internal AC31 tone control card
• Additional internal AC30 warning-signal (CHIME) generator card.
AMPLIFIERS

MX8033

2.10
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L P8038 MX8033

Mains power supply 230V 50/60 Hz 230V ±10% 50/60 Hz

Consumption 20 VA 15 VA

External DC power supply 24V (0.7A max) 24V ±15%

Rated output voltage 775mV (unbalanced) 775 mV/150Ω

Typical harmonic distortion <0.2% <0.1%

200mV/1kΩ
RECORD OUT output level/impedance 200mV/1 kΩ
(adjustable internally from 0÷1.1V)

Microphone inputs 8 6

Input sensitivity/impedance 1.5mV/1 kΩ

Signal/noise ratio ≥68dB “A”

Frequency response (0/-3dB) 60÷16,500 Hz 100÷17,000 Hz

Frequency response with SPEECH CORRECTOR 390÷10,000 Hz

Auxiliary inputs 4

Input sensitivity/impedance 200mV/47 kΩ –

TUNER/TAPE input sensitivity/impedance – 200mV/47 kΩ

CD input sensitivity/impedance – 500mV/47 kΩ

LINE input sensitivity/impedance – adjustable from 0.2÷2V/47 kΩ

Signal/noise ratio 80dB “A”

Frequency response (0/-3dB) 35÷20,000 Hz 40÷21,000 Hz

Size (LxHxD), mm 482x88x200 482x88x315

Weight, kg 5.3 4.1

Rack mounting direct

P8038 FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM


A Balanced microphone amplifiers
B Signal-detection circuits
C Microphone level controls
D Highpass filters with associated
activation switches
E Activation circuits
F Muting circuits
G Control signal bus
H Control logic
I Operating mode selector switches
J Audio signal mixing bus
K Summing stage
L Automatic volume control circuit
M Volume remote control circuit
N Balanced output amplifier
O Output amplifier
P Switching power supply
Q Stabilised power supply.
Audio signal path
AMPLIFIERS

Control lines

Power supply lines

2.11
amplifiers 8000 range • P8023 graphic equalizer
P 8 0 2 3

The single-channel P8023 graphic


equalizer has 31 adjustment steps of
1/3 of an octave, covering the range
from 20 to 20,000 Hz. Typically, it is
used in sound-reinforcement systems for
acoustic off-setting of the rooms. This
P8023 equipment can be used to suppress
acoustic feedback (Larsen effect). An
important feature is the high number of adjustment steps with filters featuring a very narrow band, which enables a high pre-
cision in setting up the overall frequency response of the installation/room system.

FUNCTIONAL FEATURES:

• 31 one-third-of-an-octave graphic filters (covering the frequency range from 20 to 20,000 Hz)
• Possibility of choosing between use of balanced or unbalanced signals, both on the input and on the output
• 40 Hz subsonic (highpass) filter with slope of 12 dB/octave
• 16 KHz ultrasonic (lowpass) filter with slope of 12 dB/octave
• Excursion range of the filters selectable between ±6dB and ±12dB
• Bypass push-button for checking the effectiveness of the equalisation
• Signalling lamp for showing if the input/output levels are too high and, therefore, close to distortion
• Switch for selecting electric earthing (floating/frame)
• Protected switch for selecting between 115 or 230 VAC power supply, 50/60 Hz
• Automatic activation of the by-pass mode of the equipment if the power supply fails.

EXAMPLE OF INSTALLATION
Typically, the P8023 graphic equalizer is
positioned after the signal routing and just
before the power units, so as to exploit in
full both the high dynamics of the output sig-
nal and the many connection options (three
different connector typologies and free
choice between the use of balanced or
unbalanced signals on both the input and
the output). The position of the equipment
within the broadcasting chain is shown in
the following figure:

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L P8023

Frequency response (±0,5 dB)/harmonic distortion 10÷50,000 Hz/≤ 0.04%


Signal noise ratio ≥ 85dBA
Adjustement 31 filter, one third of an octave each, with standard central frequencies
Filter adjustement range ± 6dB o ± 12dB
Highpass filter (- 3dB) 40 Hz (12dB/oct)
Lowpass filter (- 3dB) 16 kHz (12dB/oct)
Output/input ratio 1:1 (balanced) - 1:2 (unbalanced)
Maximum input signal 14 Vrms (balanced) - 7 Vrms (unbalanced)
Input impedance 15 kΩ (balanced) - 10 kΩ (unbalanced)
Maximum output signal 16 Vrms (balanced) - 8 Vrms (unbalanced)
Output impedance 600 Ω
AMPLIFIERS

CLIP signalling level input: 4 Vrms - output: 4.5 Vrms


Power supply/consumption 230/117 VAC, 50/60 Hz - 15 W
Size (LxHxD), mm 480x44x220
Weight (net), kg 3.1

2.12
8000 range • P8024-B feedback controller
amplifiers

P8024-B

P 8 0 2 4 - B

The P8024-B feedback controller is capable of reducing the effects of acoustic feedback between the speaker unit and the
microphone (also known as the Larsen effect), by attenuating the frequencies that trigger off this effect. The effect is typical of
sound-broadcasting systems that are obliged to have the microphones positioned within the same field of action as the speak-
er units (e.g. churches, congress halls). To this end, the unit has four band-eliminating filters, the central frequency and atten-
uation of which can be set independently, so that they can be easily centred on the frequencies causing the feedback. A
peculiar feature of these filters is the bandwidth that is eliminated, i.e. one sixth of an octave, which is sufficiently narrow to
alter the frequency response of the filter only to a minor extent but sufficiently wide to enable easy centring of the filter on the
activation frequency. The equipment is easy to set up thanks to the display showing the spectrum of the output signal split up
into eight frequency bands.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L P8024-B

Input sensitivity/impedance 0.775V/15 kΩ (balanced)


Output/impedance level 0.775V/600Ω (balanced)
Frequency response 20÷20,000 Hz (±0.2dB)
Signal noise ratio >80dB lin - >94dB A
Harmonic distortion <0.03%
Central frequency of filters 60 Hz ± 6 kHz (variable with continuity)
Attenuation of filters 0 ± 20dB
AMPLIFIERS

Mains consumption (230 V) 20 W


DC consumption (24 V) 16 W
Size (LxHxD), mm 483x44x210
Net weight, kg 2.5

2.13
5000 range • 230 VAC, 24 VDC integrated amplifiers
amplifiers
V ERSATILITY, SIMPLICITY OF USE,

TOUGHNESS AND RELIABILITY ARE THE

MAIN FEATURES OF THIS RANGE OF AMPLI-

FIERS, DESIGNED FOR A VAST RANGE OF

APPLICATIONS IN THE FIELD OF SOUND-

BROADCASTING FOR BOTH COMMERCIAL

AND INDUSTRIAL USE. CALL-ZONE SELEC-

AX5060 / AX5120 / AX5240


TORS, A WARNING-SIGNAL GENERATOR

AND A TOP-PRIORITY EMERGENCY INPUT

ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE MAIN FUNCTIONS

OFFERED BY THE 5000 RANGE .

AX5060 / AX5120 / AX5240

A X 5 0 6 0 / 6 0 W • A X 512 0 / 12 0 W • A X 5 2 4 0 / 2 4 0 W

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS:

• 2 micro/micro-phantom/line inputs • Switches for selecting 3 zones or All Call


• 2 AUX inputs selectable via the 2-position front-panel switch • Output/input for cascade connection of audio processors
• Emergency/telephone input with top priority over all other and power units
inputs • Led-type Vu-meter for clear and immediate reading of the
• Microphone 1 with VOX priority on inputs 4 and AUX power output
• Contacts for activating precedence on inputs 4 and AUX • 24 VDC emergency power supply
• Built-in warning-signal generator (Chime) • Compact size and mounting in 19” rack in two modular
• Adjustment of level of each microphone and auxiliary input. units by means AC55 brackets.
• Front-panel general volume and treble and bass tone control

The integrated amplifiers of the 5000 range have 4 separate inputs. The first two are for microphones, electronically bal-
anced, with Phantom power supply (internally excludable) and with professional XLR connectors equipped with mechan-
ical retainers. The other two can be configured separately as microphone inputs (with or without Phantom power supply)
or as balanced input lines, with front-panel level control. The connections can be made indifferently with male XLR plugs
or 1/4” jacks. Two auxiliary inputs (CD and AUX) are provided for connecting music sources, with normalised input lev-
els and dual RCA sockets for using standard stereo cables. If the system requires
acoustic correction, it is possible to connect any equaliser or a feedback controller to
the PRE OUT and POWER IN sockets after placing the LINK switch in the OFF position.
The signal at the PRE OUT output socket can be used to drive possible power units
and/or sent to a tape deck.
AMPLIFIERS

2.14
5000 range • Booster units
amplifiers
AW 512 0 / 12 0 W
AW 5 2 4 0 / 2 4 0 W

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS:

• Electronically balanced line input with


dual XLR socket and 1/4” jack.
• Booster output for cascade connection
to dual XLR socket and 1/4” jack.
• Emergency/telephone input with top
priority.
• Contacts for activating precedence on
the line input.
• Built-in warning-signal generator
AW5120 / AW5240
(Chime).

• Front-panel general volume and treble and bass tone con-


trols.
• Switches for selecting 3 zones or All Call.
• Led type Vu-meter for clear and immediate reading of the
power output.
• 24 VDC emergency power supply.
• Compact size and mounting in 19” rack in two modular
units by means AC55 brackets.

AW5120 / AW5240

A C 5 5

Brackets for fixing to a rack.

The line input (INPUT) is electronically balanced. The follow-


ing are available for connection, depending on require-
ments: one female XLR socket or a socket for a 1/4” jack.
For easy cascade connection of several power units, it is
possible to use the OUTPUT line output (available on a male
XLR plug or plug for 1/4” jack). AC55

5000 range • Amplifiers and booster units - special features


There is a special balanced input (TEL) on the seven-pole terminal strip, with a trans-
former and with automatic activation of top-priority precedence (VOX).
The level control is on the rear panel. This input can be used to connect the unit to
a telephone system or directly to PASO pre-amplified microphone stands. If two
precedence terminals (PRIORITY) are short-circuited, this will automatically activate
the warning signal (CHIME ON) and, in the case of integrated amplifiers, it will sup-
press the auxiliary signal that has been selected and input 4 (priority over this lat-
ter input can be de-activated internally).
One interesting function of this range is the presence of the “Music On Hold” outputs (MOH OUTPUT). The auxiliary signal
selected (in the case of integrated amplifiers) or the input signal (in the case of power units) are always available, without being
subject to precedence of any type. On the output terminal strip there are a balanced transformer line signal for connection to
other equipment or to a PABX and one power signal for driving directly any 8 Ohm/1 W monitoring loudspeaker. The output
AMPLIFIERS

level can be adjusted directly from the rear panel.


The 5000 range offers a high level of reliability, guaranteed by electronic protections against overload currents and overtem-
peratures of the power devices. With the exception of the 60 W model, all the equipment is provided with cooling fans with
automatic control of the speed in relation to the temperature of the heat-sinks to which the power devices are connected.
2.15
amplifiers 5000 range • Amplifiers and booster units - special features
The many configurations of the output lines (low-impedance and constant-voltage
lines) provide the widest possible choice of the type and number of the speaker units.
The amplifiers of the 5000 range feature the possibility of including/excluding up
to three broadcasting zones separately by means of the switches on the front panel
(ZONE 1, ZONE 2 and ZONE 3). The line voltage of the three zones can
be easily selected on the basis of the type of connection. Activation of
the various zones is confirmed by the associated signalling lamps lighting up.

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
M O D E L AX5060 A X 512 0 AX5240 AW 512 0 AW 5 2 4 0

Rated output power


60 W 120W 240W 120W 240W
with mains power supply
Outputs 8 Ω/100-70-50 V
Distortion at rated output < 0.5%
Tripping of tone correction ±11 dB (a 100 Hz, 10 kHz)

4 micro inputs (2 with micro/micro-phantom/line selector switch)


Inputs 1 emergency/telephone input 1 input line - 1 emergency/telephone input
2 Aux inputs (CD - Aux)

Microphone inputs
Input sensitivity/impedance 1.1 mV/1 kΩ –
Signal/noise ratio 62 dB –
Frequency response 45÷19,000 Hz (01-3 dB) –
VOX activation
0.5 mV –
threshold (Micro 1)
Phantom power supply 16.5 V –
Line inputs
Input sensitivity/impedance 120 mV/1 kΩ 250 mV/47 kΩ
Signal/noise ratio 82 dB 84 dB
Frequency response 40÷21,000 Hz (0/-3 dB) 40÷22,000 Hz (0/-3 dB)
Auxiliary inputs
CD, AUX
500 mV/27 kΩ, 220 mV/15 kΩ –
Input sensitivity/impedance
Signal/noise ratio 82 dB –
Frequency response 30÷22,000 Hz (0/-3 dB) –
Attenua. due to precedence 50 dB –
Telephone inputs
Input sensitivity/impedance 120 mV/5.7 kΩ
Signal/noise ratio 83 dB 84 dB
Frequency response 200÷10,000 Hz (0/-3 dB)
VOX activation threshold 40 mV
Line outputs
Music On Hold (MOH) line 1.4 V/600 Ω
Music On Hold (MOH)
1 W/8 Ω
monitor output
PRE OUT output 1 V/600 Ω –
Operating conditions
Power supply 230 V ±10%, 50/60 Hz/21.6÷26.4 VDC
Working/storage
-10° ÷ +45° C/-40° ÷ +70° C
temperature
Relative humidity < 95%
Size
AMPLIFIERS

430x88x267
(LxHxD) mm
Height of standard 19”
2 (AC55 brackets for fixing to a rack)
modules, in units
Net weight, kg 7.6 9.7 11.5 9.6 11.4

2.16
3300 range • 230 VAC 12/24 VDC integrated amplifiers
amplifiers
THE LACK OF A RANGE OF AMPLIFIERS DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY TO MEET THE NEEDS OF THE MOST COMMON TYPES OF INSTALLATION OFTEN LEADS

TO COMPROMISES IN DESIGN SOLUTIONS, WHICH MAY BE FAR FROM THE END-USER’S EXPECTATIONS, PARTICULARLY IN TERMS OF BUDGET. THE 3300

RANGE, CONSISTING OF TWO 30/45 W AND 40/60 W MODELS OF AMPLIFIER AND OF TWO 60/90 AND 120/180 W MODELS WITH MORE COMPLETE

FEATURES, HAS THE FUNCTIONAL FEATURES NORMALLY PROVIDED BY EXPENSIVE SYSTEMS, AND IS THEREFORE CHARACTERISED BY AN EXCEPTION-

ALLY FAVOURABLE PRICE/PERFORMANCE RATIO. THE VERY VAST RANGE OF CONFIGURATION OPTIONS MAKES EACH OF THESE AMPLIFIERS A GEN-

UINE “SYSTEM”, CAPABLE OF MEETING THE NEEDS OF ANY SMALL OR MEDIUM-SIZED INSTALLATION.

AX3032
AX3304

AX3312 AX3306

AX3032/30W • AX3304/40W • AX3306/60W • A X 3 312 / 12 0 W

• Electronically balanced microphone inputs • “Music On Hold” (MOH) function (except AX3032)
• Disconnectable PHANTOM power supply (except AX3032) • Outputs for constant-impedance and constant-voltage
• Front-panel control of treble and bass tones speaker units
• MASTER volume control (excluding AX3032 and AX3304) • Protection against short circuits
• LED output level indicator (except AX3032) • AC/DC power supply
• Built-in chime • Built-in carrier handle (except AX3032)

The considerable flexibility of use of the AX3304, AX3306


and AX3312 amplifiers is ensured by the great variety of
inputs and outputs: THREE balanced microphone inputs on
XRL connectors (TWO inputs for the AX3304), with individu-
ally disconnectable PHANTOM power supply plus a front-
panel microphone input VOX priority, which is easier to use if the AX3312 AX3306

amplifier is installed in a cabinet. There are three auxiliary inputs (AUX,


CD, Tuner) with suitable levels of sensitivity and impedance, for connec-
tion to various different sound sources. The required programme can be
selected by means of a handy front-panel control. Thanks to the MOH
function, the signal from the selected source is always available on the
associated output, not subject to any priority, and is used to drive a PABX,
a monitoring loudspeaker or an additional amplifier. The “PREC” contact AX3304
can be used to activate microphone priority on the auxiliary sources, sending out the warning signal (Chime) at the same time.
The large Vu-meter provides a clear indication of the power emitted and of any overload situations. The amplifiers have elec-
tronic protection against short-circuits on the loudspeaker line. Two practical front handles make them easy to carry and use.
The AX3032 is particularly suitable for any small installation. It features an electronically balanced microphone input via an
XLR socket that can also be enabled for use as a balanced TEL input by
AMPLIFIERS

setting the switch provided for this purpose. A special circuit (VOX)
detects the presence of an input signal and will automatically mute the
PROG and AUX inputs. There is also an auxiliary input with a double
PHONO socket for connection to the source of music, so that standard
stereo cables can be used. AX3032

2.17
In addition to a balanced AUX input called PROG and to a balanced TEL input
(in parallel with the XRL) input, the seven-pin terminal strip also contains the PRI-
ORITY terminals. When these are short-circuited, they automatically activate the
chime warning signal and suppress the AUX signal.
AX3032

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
M O D E L L O AX3032 AX3304 AX3306 A X 3 312
Rated/maximum output power 30/45 W 40/60 W 60/90 W 120/180 W
Total harmonic distortion < 1% (Pnom 1kHz)
Constant-voltage outputs 70 - 100 V 50 - 70 - 100 V
Low impedance outputs 8Ω 4 - 8 - 16 Ω
Line output level/impedance 500 mV/600Ω 0.8 V/2.1 kΩ
MOH output level/impedance – adjustable between 0 and 2 W/8 Ω
Frequency response (± 3dB) 60÷14,000 Hz 50÷18,000 Hz
Tone control ± 11dB (100 Hz, 10kHz)

3 micro (1front) 4 micro (1front)


1 Micro - 1 Tel.
3 AUX 3 AUX
Inputs 1 Aux - 1 Prog.
1 emergency/telephone 1 emergency/telephone
Micro priority
Precedence contacts Precedence contacts
Inputs
Unbalanced micro jack 1 mV/600 Ω 0.8 mV/600 Ω
Balanced micro XLR – 1.4 mV/1 kΩ
Telephone (terminal strip) 100 mV/600 Ω 0.1÷2 V/4.4 kΩ
AUX (dual RCA) 100 mV/4.7 kΩ 85 mV/6 kΩ
CD (dual RCA) – 0.55 V/17 kΩ
Tuner (dual RCA) – 170 mV/10.6 kΩ
S/N of micro, telephone ≥ 60dB ≥ 65dB
S/N of Aux, CD, Tuner ≥ 80dB ≥ 70dB
Operating conditions
Mains power supply 230 VAC 115/230 VAC
External power supply 12 VDC 24 VDC
Size (LxHxD), mm (excluding handles) 275x100x224 360x89x285 435x89x330
Weight, kg 4.6 5.8 8 10
Brackets to fixing to a rack 27/4134 AC56 AC57

Automatic level controller


amplifiers

D L C 9 0 0 0

The DLC9000 is a device for automat-


ic control of the audio level of mes-
sages being broadcast in environments
featuring variable background noise
such as, for example, railway stations
or department stores where the back-
ground noise in a crowded situation
will be higher than in calm conditions.
DLC 9000
The DLC9000 automatic volume con-
troller uses a microphone, supplied
separately, to detect the environmental
noise. The output of the controller is
connected between the pre-amplifier
and the power amplifier of the zone in
question. The noise measuring device
is extremely easy to configure and the
AMPLIFIERS

various programming stages are easi-


ly called up on the menu provided on
the 16-digit backlit display by means
of only three push-buttons (Up/Down
DLC 9000
and Selection).
2.18
FUNCTIONAL FEATURES:

• Viewing and display of the background noise level in real time


• Storage and display of the minimum and maximum background noise levels
• Level of attenuation definable in relation to the desired S/N ratio
• Adjustment of the incremental ratio by means of the “Rise ratio” and “Mic. Calibration” functions
• Definable sampling of the measuring microphone signal
• Possibility of activating the “Precedence” or “Vox” function for blocking attenuation of emergency calls
• Possibility of listening to the signals coming from the room microphone through a loudspeaker installed inside the unit.

The DLC9000 has many innovative functions that make it easier to use in all sorts of system solutions:
• Night/Day: Enabling the unit to function with two completely different configurations, each gauged for specific noise con-
ditions. Switching between Night and Day is achieved by means of a control with an external contact.
• Bypass (compatibility with sending of alarm and evacuation messages). In this mode, in case of failure both
of the mains power supply and the 24 VDC power supply, the unit becomes transparent, allowing the input signals to pass
through it. Activation of the by-pass function also enables evacuation messages to be sent out at the maximum power, regard-
less of the ambient noise.
• Sample stop. This function enables sampling of the ambient noise to be stopped while broadcasting messages.
• Maximum and minimum noise. The device enables automatic detection and storage of the maximum and minimum
noise levels, even for an unlimited period of time. This function simplifies the operations for calibrating the noise measuring
device, since the presence of the operator is not required.
• Sample average. Adjustable integration of background noise.
• Excursion limits. Definition of the excursion range of the output signal
• Monitoring. The unit has an internal monitoring loudspeaker enabling the sound and noise coming from the microphone
to be monitored. The output level of the monitoring loudspeaker can be set or it can be excluded electronically via the menu.
• Service/user mode. In the “user” mode, only some set-up menus are available to the user. These do not enable the criti-
cal parameters of the system to be altered. In the “service” mode, all the set-up functions and modes are available for pro-
gramming by specialised personnel.

D L C 9 0 0 0 T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

Mains power supply 230 VAC±10% Signal/noise ratio 62 dB A


External DC power supply 24 V Selectable averages 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64
Phantom power supply 12 V Selectable “Min” and “Max” excursion 0÷±20 dB
Max. power absorbed from the mains 10 W Precedence control 12 V
Max. current absorbed 35 mV; 90 mV; 200 mV;
480 mA
from the 24 VDC input Precedence activation threshold 280 mV: 370 mV; 470 mV;
720 mV; 1.15 V; 2 V
Max. output of monitoring loudspeaker 1W
Fixed attenuation 0÷78 dB
Line attenuation 0÷78 dB
Selection of incremental ratio [1:0.25] [1:0.50] [1:1] [1:2]
MIC. SENS. input impedance (balanced) 1 kΩ
Calibration of the microphone ±4 dB
LINE IN output impedance 500 Ω.
Size (LxHxD), mm 275x45x225
LINE OUT output impedance
330 Ω/branch
(electronically balanced) Weight (net), kg 2.150
Max. signal amplitude 2 Vrms

ACCESSORIES:

• 27/2469 Support for mounting in 19” rack


• M936 Dynamic microphone
• MC101-P Flat electret microphone
AMPLIFIERS

2.19
amplifiers Industrial amplifier
T I A 1 2 0

Integrated amplifier made in the standard format that also enables it to be


mounted inside a telephone type cabinet. The possibility of mounting it directly
on a wall using the supporting plate provided for this purpose means that it can
be applied in all situations characterised by a lack of space. It has 2 microphone
inputs (one balanced with a transformer) with a dynamics compressor circuit, 1
balanced Aux input, a built-in Chime, day/night volume switching with adjust-
ment of the night level. The amplifier has provisions for long-distance remote
control of the MICRO 1 and AUX inputs. This function is enabled by means of
electromechanical contacts that allow control from a long distance. Enabling of
one or both of the inputs is signalled by a yellow light (ENABLE) on the front
panel. To activate NIGHT ATTENUATION it is necessary to connect the +V point
with the NIGHT point on the lower terminal strip, with a “dry” contact. This func-
tion is usually controlled by a timer. There is a “dry” ALARM contact on the lower
terminal strip enabling local or remote monitoring of proper operation of the
equipment. During normal operation of the amplifier (power-supply voltages
present), the alarm contact is closed. In case of failure to function (lack of local
mains, blowing of the equipment fuses, etc.), the ALARM contact will open. The
ALARM contact can be connected to any signalling system activated by breaking
a contact (e.g. burglar alarm). This specific function also enables continuity of the
TIA120
alarm lines to be kept under control.

Other Specific Features:


• Automatic precedence from Micro 2 with control of the activation level.
• Alarm relay.
• Duplication of the MICRO 1 and AUX inputs on external terminals.
• Input/output socket for chained connection of more than one amplifier or booster.
• Power supply: 220 VAC or 150 VAC (emergency).
• Constant-voltage output lines: 25 V, 50 V, 70 V, 100 V.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L T I A 12 0

RMS output power 120 W


Distortion at rated output < 1%
Constant-voltage output 25 - 50 - 70 - 100 V
Activation of tone correction ± 10 dB (100 Hz, 10 kHz)
Night attenuation 18.5 dB
Automatic attenuation due to precedence (MICRO 2 on AUX) 40 dB
Microphone inputs
Sensitivity/impedance 1 mV/4 kΩ balanced (MIC 1) – 1 mV/22 kΩ (MIC 2)
Signal/noise ratio 65 dB
Auxiliary input
Sensitivity/impedance 100 mV/4 kΩ balanced
Signal/noise ratio 75 dB
Frequency response 50 + 20,000 Hz
Booster input
Sensitivity/impedance 100 mV/47 kΩ
Booster output
Level/impedance 650 mV/1 kΩ
Signal/noise ratio 75 dB
Operating conditions
AMPLIFIERS

Mains power supply 230 V ±10% 50/60 Hz


Emergency power supply 150 V ±10% 50/60 Hz
Size (LxHxD), mm 145x372x132
Weight, kg 9.5

2.20
LAX • Current amplifiers
amplifiers

LAX200 / LAX450 / LAX800

The amplifiers of the LAX range are designed specifically for transmitting sound by induction means, and their particular
application is in sound-broadcasting systems for wearers of hearing aids. Most modern hearing aids have a two-position
switch for positions M and T. The M position is for “normal” listening through the Microphone. The T (Telecoil) position is for
receiving sound through induction means, using a special coil built into the device. The current amplifier, which is connected
to the sound source, supplies an output current to a loop made of suitably insulated normal copper wire positioned appro-
priately (usually around the edge of the room). The audiofrequency current running through the coil generates a variable mag-
netic field within the room. This field is “induced” in the coil of the hearing aid. The coil acts as the secondary for a
transformer, the primary of which consists of the current loop. The magnetic field is usually sufficiently strong to enable hear-
ing-aid wearers to move around freely in the room, enjoying a comfortable listening all the time.
The main advantage of this system as compared with others operating at radio frequency or infrared systems is that the sound
reaches the user in an undistorted form with no noise, eco or reverberation from the room, and is therefore perfectly intelli-
gible. The use of induction systems for hearing aids users is becoming increasingly widespread in public places such as the-
atres, churches, banks, schools, offices and so on, and is also useful in an increasing number of household applications, for
connection to TV sets, radios, telephones and doorphones.

L A X 8 0 0 • L A X 4 5 0 • L A X 2 0 0

The LAX800, LAX450 and LAX200 models form the professional range of PASO audiofrequency induction amplifiers. They fea-
ture a very high sound quality and are very flexible and easy to use, thanks to the numerous automatic controls and effective
signalling of the operating mode by means of lamps. The models differ in terms of the area covered by the system.
Conventionally, a rectangular maximum area covered is indicated, the longer side of which is double the shorter side.
The maximum size of this area for the various different models is as follows:

Model Max. area Long side Short side


LAX800 800 sqm 40 m 20 m
LAX450 450 sqm 30 m 15 m
LAX200 200 sqm 20 m 10 m

It should be noted that the position of the loop and its direction, the presence of masses of metal, an
irregularly shaped room and the presence of interfering magnetic fields can influence the working sur-
face area for each model also to a significant extent. It is therefore always advisable to consult the
PASO technical service for the best choice of equipment and of the type of loop to install.

FEATURES COMMON to all models:

• 2 microphone inputs on XRL connectors with disconnectable • Output for monitoring correct operation of the system via a
Phantom power supply headset.
• 1 XLR input with selectable Micro/AUX sensitivity • Recording output and for connecting several systems in cas-
• Compressor/limiter that operates downstream from the cade configuration.
mixed inputs to prevent overloading of the current loop and • Total electronic protection system.
automatically offsets the use of microphones with different • Signalling lamp indicating the “status” of the current loop
output levels. • Signalling lamp on front panel indicating the peak current.
• Front-panel illuminated scale indicating the level of com- • Protected controls for preventing accidental operation.
pression.
AMPLIFIERS

LAX200 / LAX450 / LAX800

2.21
L A X 5 0

This is the smallest model of the PASO range, capable of covering an area of 50
square metres (5m x 10 m) at most. It is designed for panel or wall-mounting, and
is particularly suitable for use with counter-type intercom systems or for connec-
tion to a household television set or in a board room. It has 2 mixed microphone
inputs with a mixing ratio adjustable by means of a front-panel control. A special
compression circuit, with a ratio that is variable dynamically from 1:1 to 20:1,
protects against sudden noise peaks. The innovative design of the compressor
enables automatic adjustment of the release times, so as to guarantee a high qual-
ity both of music and of speech.
An automatic noise-suppression device lowers the level of background rustling of
the lowest signals. A vast range of accessories making it easier to install in vari-
ous places is available.
LAX50

AC C E S S O R I E S F O R A C C E S S O R I E S F O R
L A X 8 0 0 L A X 4 5 0 L A X 2 0 0 L A X 5 0

LASC100: SCART adaptor for TV LAC50: Induction coil for counters or tables
LATR100: Interface for 100 V line LASC50: SCART adaptor for TV
27/4555: Supports for rack mounting. LATR50: Interface for 100 V line.

Measuring instruments
L A F S M 01 Device for measuring magnetic fields

This device enables accurate measurement of the magnetic field within the area of the current loop, and therefore checking of
the installation and scheduled maintenance. It has two measuring ranges. The LOW range is provided for measuring spurious
magnetic interference generated by outside electrical systems and equipment. The HIGH range measures the useful signal. An
“A-weighted” filter enables an accurate set-up of the system, eliminating the buzzing present in areas subject to strong electri-
cal disturbance. The intensity of the magnetic field is indicated on a scale made up of 10 LEDs.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L L A F S M 01

LOW da -40 a -13 dB


Measuring range HIGH da -21 a +6 dB
0 dB = 100 mA/m
Sensitivity 1 mA/m
Battery 9 V, type PP3

L AFSM01

L A R X 01 Sample receiver

This can be used to listen to and monitor the programme being broadcast by means of a magnetic induction system.
It has a highpass filter for removing any background buzzing generated by electrical equipment.
It is supplied with its own headset.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L L A R X 01

Sensitivity 1 mA/m
Dynamic range 80 dB
AMPLIFIERS

S/N ratio (THD+Noise) < 80 dB


Highpass filter 120 Hz, 3rd order
Rejection 50 Hz > 30 dB
L ARX01 Battery 9 V, type PP3

2.22
T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M O D E L LAX200 LAX450 LAX800 LAX50

Audio inputs 2 micro, 1 MIC/LINE selectable 2


Connectors 3 x XLR 3.5 mm mono jack
Phantom power supply selectable, 15V 2mA 4.5V 1mA
Sensitivity -50dB (microphone) -10dB (line) -50dB
Operating conditions
Power supply 230 V~ 50/60 Hz
Consumption Max. 100 VA Max. 180 VA Max. 300 VA Max. 20 VA
Main fuses T T 1A T 1.6A T 2A 100 mA
Indications and controls
gain reduction (4 LEDs)
loop current (5 LEDs)
power on
LED indicators continuity of the loop
loop current
activation of protection
power on
3 for mixer input 1 for mixer
Controls
current driving current driving
Audio processor
Compressor ratio variable from 1:1 to 20:1 (limitation)
Activation time 10 mS
Relese time automatic, from 500mS to 1,500 mS
Dynamic range > 60dB
THD < 0,25% < 0.5%
Output
Typology current generetor
Impedance of loop from 0.1 Ω to1 Ω
Peak current > 9A > 12A > 15A 3.5A
Burst 125 mS > 6A > 8A > 10A 3A
RMS current @ 1 kHz 2A 3A 4A 1.5A
Protections DC, thermal, short-circuit, soft start
Size 430x44x220 91x170x33
Net weight, kg 3.71 4.00 4.34 0.59

Examples

MEETING ROOM
Standard 100V line

COUNTER

TV ROOM To use the induction loop


system provided, turn your
Hearing Aid to the T position
Paso S.p.A - Via Mecenate, 90 - 20138 MILANO - ITALY
TEL. +39-02-580 77 1 (15 linee r.a.) Fax +39-02-580 77 277

100V
Amplifier Microphone

LAX
Current Amplifier

INDUCTION LOOP
LAC50
AUDIO SIGNAL
LAX50

Loop

LAX50
AMPLIFIERS

Loop

2.23
sound sources

IN LARGE INSTALLATIONS AS IN SMALL ONES, EQUIPMENT FOR PLAY-

ING OUT SOUNDS AND MUSIC IS REQUIRED THAT IS PARTICULARLY RELI-

ABLE, VERSATILE AND EASY TO USE. IT MUST BE DESIGNED TO MEET

REQUIREMENTS IN TERMS OF MUSIC-BROADCASTING ALTERNATED WITH

COMMERCIAL AND SERVICE MESSAGES OR, IN SPECIFIC CIRCUM-

STANCES, ALARM MESSAGES. THE COMFORT AND ATMOSPHERE OF A

SHOP, OF A DEPARTMENT STORE, OF A RESTAURANT OR OF A HOTEL CAN

BE SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVED BY INSTALLING A QUALITY SOUND-

BROADCASTING SYSTEM. PASO’S COMPACT SYSTEMS INCORPORATE

SEVERAL FUNCTIONS, AND THE RACK-MOUNTED EQUIPMENT FOR MORE

COMPLEX SYSTEMS PROVIDE A PLURALITY OF SOLUTIONS FOR GENER-

ATING MUSIC PROGRAMMES AND MESSAGES CATERING IN THE MOST

APPROPRIATE AND EFFECTIVE WAY FOR ANY NEED.


Compact systems
sound sources
P A 3 1 2

The PA312 is the newest and most com-


plete model of the CMDS range.
It includes in a single container a
sophisticated PA amplifier with an
effective power output of 120 W, a top
quality AM/FM tuner and a particular-
ly reliable CD player suitable for con-
tinuous service.

PA312 FUNCTIONAL FEATURES

• Compact disk player with servo-


assisted controls. Function for pro-
gramming random playing out and
repetition of the passages.
• Digital AM/FM tuner with storage of
10 AM and 10 FM stations
• 1 AUX input for an external source
• 1 telephone/emergency input with
VOX priority
• 4 balanced microphone inputs with
PA312 XLR socket and disconnectable
PHANTOM power supply
• 1 microphone input with dual socket (XLR on the rear and 6.3 mm jack on front panel)
• Built-in warning signal (Chime)
• Selection of two output zones
• Music On Hold (MOH) output, not subject to microphone priority for connection to a PABX, external monitoring loud-
speaker or power amplifier.
• Bass and treble tone control
• Constant-voltage and constant-impedance output

P A 1 4 0

The PA140 is the ideal solution for cre-


ating sound-broadcasting systems for
small areas such as bars and shops in a
simple and inexpensive manner, when in
addition to the good quality of the music
broadcasting, the possibility of sending
voice messages of various kinds is also
required.
The PA140 includes in a single item of
equipment a reliable PA amplifier with
an effective power output of 40 W, a
PA140
programmable CD player, a digital
AM/FM tuner and a range of functions
typical of sound-broadcasting systems. The AM/FM tuner, which is based on a frequency synthesis tuning system, is equipped
with a manual or automatic search function capable of storing 5 different FM and 5 different AM stations. The CD player has all
the typical functions, including repetition and programming of the pieces of music. Two balanced microphone inputs with XLR con-
nectors are available. The precedence terminal enables a microphone message to be send out with priority over the music sources.
All PASO’s dynamic microphones (e.g. the M906-C) can be connected to the PA140 system, as well as the B501-M and B601
microphone consoles. The power signal can be distributed to constant-voltage output or low-impedance 4, 8 and 16 Ohm lines.
SOUND SOURCES

The amplifier is protected against possible short circuits on the lines.

3.1
P A 2 1 2

The PA212 includes in a single cabinet


a PA amplifier with an effective output
power of 120 W, a digital AM/FM
tuner with manual or automatic search
functions and the possibility of storing
7 AM stations and 7 FM stations,
plus an “autoreverse” cassette reco-
rder/player. It is particularly reliable
and suitable for continuous operation.
The power signal can be distributed to
PA212
four different 100 V constant-voltage
output lines. Three lines can be select-
ed separately, in order to allow better
distribution of the sound signal to specific areas or to special rooms. A special electronic circuit automatically protects the
amplifier from possible short circuits or overloads. The cassette recorder/player is managed by a microprocessor.

FUNCTIONAL FEATURES

• “Autoreverse” compact cassette player/recorder with servo- • 4 balanced inputs for dynamic microphones with XLR sockets.
assisted controls. • Microphone input with VOX precedence
• Digital AM/FM tuner with 28 memory cells • 1 input/output for connection to sound processors such
• 1 auxiliary input as equalisers, feedback control processors or an external
• 1 input for compact disc player power amplifier
• Manual precedence function over the auxiliary inputs, the • Control of bass and treble tones
compact cassette player and the tuner, with automatic gen- • Possibility of selecting 3 different groups of loudspeakers
eration of the 4-tone warning signal (zones).

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M O D E L PA 312 PA 14 0 PA 212

AMPLIFIER SECTION
RMS output power (THD <1%) 120 W 40 W 120 W
RMS output power
100 W - 120 W
with 24 VDC power supply (THD < 1%)
Constant-voltage/constant-impedance output 100-70-25 V/8 Ω 100-70-50 V/4, 8, 16 Ω 100-70 V/4, 8, 16 Ω
Activation of tone correction ±10 dB (100 Hz, 10 kHz) ±10 dB (100 Hz, 10 kHz) ±10 dB (100 Hz, 10 kHz)
PRE-OUT OTPUT
Level/impedance 1 V/100 Ω 900 mV/600 Ω 1 V/1 kΩ
AUXILIARY INPUT 1 1 2
100 mV/47 kΩ (AUX)
Input sensitivity/impedance 200 mV/22 kΩ 100 mV/27 kΩ
400 mV/47 kΩ (CD)
Frequency response (±3 dB) 35÷30,000 Hz 60÷17,000 Hz -
Signal/noise ratio > 77 dB > 77 dB >77 dB
MICROPHONE INPUTS 4, electronically balanced 2, electronically balanced 4, electronically balanced
Frequency response (±3 dB) 80÷20,000 Hz 60÷14,000 Hz 50÷15,000 Hz
Signal/noise ratio > 62 dB > 65 dB >62 dBA
TELEPHONE INPUT
Sensitivity/impedance 100 mV/600 Ω - -
TUNER SECTION
FM tuning range 87.5 MHz ÷ 108 MHz 87.5 MHz÷108 MHz 87.5 MHz÷108 MHz
AM tuning range 531 kHz ÷ 1,602 kHz 531 kHz÷1,602 kHz 522 kHz÷1,620
FM sensitivity (S/N=26 dB, mod=40K) 2 µV 10 µV 2 µV
SOUND SOURCES

AM sensitivity (S/N=20 dB, mod=30%) 7 µV 350 µV 12 µV


CASSETTE PLAYERS - - 1 autoreverse
Mains power supply 230 VAC/115 VAC ± 10%, 50 / 60 Hz 230 VAC ±10%, 50/60 Hz 230 VAC/117 VAC±10% 50/60 Hz
Mains consumption (at rated output) 300 W 88 W 256 W
Size (LxHxD) mm/Net weight, kg 430x88x280 /10.3 400x100x310/7 450x150x330/11
Rack mounting P8035/AC55 (optional) P8035 (optional)

3.2
Program generators
sound sources

DMG9016

D M G 9 0 1 6 MESSAGE GENERATOR

This equipment is capable of recording digitally up to 16 different messages and of storing them statically, with an overall max-
imum capacity of 240 seconds. The 16 messages are split up into two groups and the length of each message is defined by the
user, who can thus manage the storage capacity of the equipment personally. Thanks to the separation of the memory into two
separate blocks (group A and group B), and to the double audio output section, it is possible to broadcast two different mes-
sages at the same time. Each function can be managed either through the internal keypad or through an external keypad. In
addition, each write or delete operation of the memory is protect by a code that can be customised by the user. A four-digit dis-
play and a loudspeaker, positioned inside the equipment, enable each function to be monitored in full. Each time a message is
played out, it can be preceded by a warning signal (chime), the amplitude and tone of which can be adjusted.

FUNCTIONAL FEATURES

• Recording with analogue samples • One high-level mixed output (group A + group B)
• 16 messages recordable, split up into two groups • AC and DC power supply
• Free length of each single message • Internal monitoring loudspeaker with level control
• Total recording length of 240 seconds (group A + group B) • Possibility of remote control through an external keypad
• One microphone input with PHANTOM SUPPLY • Possibility of excluding the internal keypad
• One auxiliary input • Outputs for activating external equipment
• Dynamic limiter on the microphone input • Built-in two or three-tone warning signal generator.
• Two independent high-level outputs (group A and group B)

DTM9000

D T M 9 0 0 0 SEQUENTIAL TIMER

The DTM9000 timer is a device enabling the messages recorded in the DMG9016 digital recorder to be played out at inter-
vals of time selected by means of a rotary switch. The intervals of time can be chosen from among the following values:
5, 10, 15, 20, 30 minutes. The DTM9000 can only be used together with the DMG9016, from which it receives the power
supply and to which it sends the commands for activating the various different pre-recorded messages. The timer offers two
types of automatic playing. The first can be used to send a single message at the end of the period of time that has been
set, while the second can be used to play out all the pre-recorded messages continuously, until the end of the period of time
that was set is reached. The line input can be used to connect a source of music (the output signal from which will be inter-
rupted by the automatic messages.

FUNCTIONAL FEATURES
SOUND SOURCES

• Switch for selecting time intervals • Channel A and Channel B input from the DMG9016
• Message playing out indicator • On-line input and output
• Status indicator • Connector for connection to the DMG9016
• Switch for doubling the timing • Size: 278(L)x45(H)x255(D) mm
• Provisions for the “stop counting” command through a nor- • Weight, kg.: 1.3
mally open contact. • Accessories for rack mounting: 27/2469.
3.3
DAG9200

D A G 9 2 0 0 ALARM SIGNAL GENERATOR

This is a standard digital alarm signal generator, with the possibility of recording a voice message and playing it.

Ten different alarms can be generated, of which:


• Seven alarms with different frequencies and timings.
• One alarm according to DIN33404 standards.
• One fixed-note signal, the frequency of which is adjustable continuously from 400 to 1,000 Hz by means of a special control
on the rear of the equipment.
• One recordable message lasting a maximum of one minute.

It is possible to select the playing time of the alarms, from 1 minute to infinitely.

The DAG 9200 is equipped with the following:


• One balanced microphone input (with automatic level control) and one auxiliary input (with manual sensitivity control) for
recording the message
• One unbalanced low-impedance output with adjustable level
• Possibility of de-activating the local keypad
• One-digit display showing the status of the equipment (stand-by, N° of alarm being played out, message playing out, mes-
sage being recorded)
• Key switch for enabling message to be recorded.

The equipment can be controlled externally from a remote keypad or from a “master” device (through the RS232).

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L DAG 9 2 0 0 D M G 9 016

N° of alarms/messages generated 9/1 0/8+8


Max. message recording time 58 sec. 120+120 sec.
Message retention time (in case of power failure) 100 years (typical) 100 years (typical)
Alarm playing time 60 sec./continuous Duration of message/cont.
MICRO sensitivity/impedance 1 mV (ALC)/10 kΩ 1 mV/1 kΩ
Panthom power supply – 12V
Aux input sensitivity/impedance 0÷200 mV/10 kΩ 0÷300 mV/22 kΩ
S/N ratio (recorded message) 45 dBA
Recorded message frequency response 100÷3,500 Hz ±3 dB
Mixed output level/impedance 0V/100 Ω 0÷600 mV/100 Ω
Outputs A e B – 0÷900 mV/100 Ω
Power supply 230 VAC-24 VDC
Size (LxHxD) mm 410x50x230
Weight, kg 3
Rack mounting Brackets 27/2466
SOUND SOURCES

3.4
Tape - Tuner - CD
sound sources
C P 1 2 2 - B
DOUBLE AUTOREVERSE CASSETTE PLAYER

The CP122-B compact cassette player can be used to


play automatically and continuously two normal pre-
recorded cassettes. Control of its operation is managed
completely by a dedicated electronic processor. It is
CP122-B
possible to connect from one to ten CP122-B units to
this equipment in cascade configuration in order to extend the sequential playing capacity up to a maximum of twenty audio cas-
settes. The playing cycle can be set for automatic starting (when the equipment is switched on) or manual (giving the command by
means of the specific push button). The cassette mechanisms are
mounted in removable drawers for rapid maintenance. T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C AT I O N S C P 1 2 2 - B
• Accessories included in the supply: cable for audio connection, 1 metre Frequency
50÷10,000 Hz ±3 dB
long, phono-phono termination. response
• Optional accessories: spare cassette mechanism CP02; brackets for S/N ratio >50 dB
rack mounting 27/2466. Tot. harm. distortion <1.5%
Rated output level
and impedance 775 mV/10 kΩ
Mains power supply 230 V±10% 50/60 Hz
Size (LxHxD) mm 410x50x230
Weight, kg 3.2

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C AT I O N S P 8 0 8 1
P8081
Mechanics Double servo-controlled
Duplication
P 8 0 8 1 Normal/double
speed
Frequency
Double stereo cassette recorder. Dolby HX-PRO system and NR B-C. 20÷18,000 Hz ±3 dB (metal tape)
response
MPX filter. Each side or both sides can be played out repeatedly or con- S/N ratio >74 dB (with Dolby “C”)
tinuously. Memory key. Music search system. Synchronised recording
Sensitivity 0÷80 mV
function and with timer. Normal or high-speed playing. Supplied with
Output level 775 mV
frame for rack mounting.
Power consumption 16 W
Size (LxHxD) mm 439x135x310
Weight, kg 4

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C AT I O N S P 8 0 8 4
FM 87.5÷108 MHz
Operating
range
P8084 LW 152÷282 KHz
FM mono (S/N 26 dB) 0.9 µV
FM stereo (S/N 46 dB) 25 µV
P 8 0 8 4 Sensitivity
MW (S/N 20 dB 30% mod.) 400 µV
LW (S/N 20 dB 30% mod.) 800 µV
Stereo FM-AM(MW) tuner. Automatic and manual tuning. Pre-selection FM mono 80 dBA
of up to 30 stations. Indicator of the memory pre-selection number, S/N ratio
FM stereo 73 dBA
stereo, frequency, tuning quality, automatic stereo. Supplied with frame MW 52 dB
LW 50 dB
for rack mounting.
Distortion < 0.2%
Power consumption 6W
Size (LxHxD) mm 439x87x300
Weight, kg 3

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C AT I O N S P 8 0 8 5 - B
Frequency
5÷20,000 Hz
P8085-B response
SOUND SOURCES

S/N ratio > 106 dB


P 8 0 8 5 - B Distortion < 0.0025%
Output level 2 V rms
Compact disc changer (max. 5 CDs). Automatic compact disc player Power consumption 9W
based on the carousel system for up to 5 CDs. Normal playing, repeat,
Size (LxHxD) mm 435x106x380
from a specific point or according to a random or programmed sequence.
Weight, kg 7
Supplied with its own remote control and frame for rack mounting.
3.5
microphones and microphone stands

PASO OFFERS A FULL RANGE OF PROFESSIONAL MICROPHONES THAT COM-

BINE EXCLUSIVE DESIGN WITH TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ABLE TO MEET

ANY REQUIREMENT. PASO DYNAMIC MICROPHONES ARE EQUIPPED WITH

AN EXCLUSIVE VIBRATION-DAMPING SYSTEM THAT DRASTICALLY REDUCES

THE NOISE CAUSED BY HANDLING THE MICROPHONE OR THE CABLE. THE

MICROPHONE UNIT IS SUSPENDED ON DOUBLE RUBBER RINGS WITH A HIGH

DAMPING FACTOR, SHRUNK WITH SUITABLE SPACING ONTO A CYLINDRICAL

HIGH-MASS METAL COUNTERWEIGHT. THE RESULT IS A PURE AND “CLEAN”

SOUND. THE MECHANICAL ASSEMBLY COMBINES ITS CONSIDERABLE IMMU-

NITY TO VIBRATIONS AND A HIGH RESISTANCE TO EVEN VIOLENT IMPACTS.

THE MICROPHONE UNIT IS PROTECTED BY A METAL GRILLE AND BY A SHIELD

WITH “ANTI-POP” AND “ANTIHISSING” FUNCTIONS. THE OUTER SURFACES

ARE TREATED WITH NON-REFLECTING MAT SCRATCHPROOF AND STAIN-

PROOF PAINT, KEEPING THEM INTACT IN TIME.

THE GREAT VARIETY OF MICROPHONE BASES, WITH OR WITHOUT PRE-

AMPLIFICATION, IN VERSIONS FOR 1 TO 32 ZONES, WILL MEET ANY PLANT-

ENGINEERING NEED.
Dynamic microphones
microphones and microphone stands

M936
M 9 8 0 M981 M 9 61 - B M936-J M906

M 9 8 1

This model’s extremely regular and


extensive frequency response makes
it particularly suitable for use in
the field of music. The hypercardioid
polar in an extensive range of fre-
quencies and the very effective elas-
tic suspension system, together with its other features, make it a reference product. It is supplied with the S10 jointed
vibration-damping support.

M 9 8 0

Studio microphone with the same electrical characteristics as the model M981, but without the switch. It is supplied with the S10
jointed vibration-damping support.

M 9 6 1 - B

High-sensitivity microphone with car-


dioid characteristic, suitable for both
speech and music. Thanks to its special
elastic suspension and high directivity,
its use is recommended also in difficult
situations with acoustic feed back prob-
lems (Larsen effect).

M 9 3 6 / M 9 3 6 - J

Unidirectional microphone with cardioid


characteristic for general use. It features
high sensitivity, particularly good intelli-
gibility of speech and good reproduction
MICROPHONES AND CONSOLES

of music. The M936-J comes with a 6,3


mm jack connector as standard.

M 9 0 6 M 6 1 0 - C

General purpose microphone similar to Unidirectional cardioid microphone,


the M936. The microphone unit, which particularly suitable for voice reproduc-
has a unidirectional characteristic, is tion. The magnetic unit is mounted on a
mounted on an elastic suspension with shockproof elastic suspension.
a counterweight. It has a two-way Black finish and male XLR connector for
push-button switch and a special cable flexible mounting.
with terminals for activating micro- M 610 - C
phone precedence on PASO amplifiers.
4.1
T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M O D E L M980 M 9 81 M 9 61 - B M936 M906 M 610 - C

Characteristics Hypercardioid Cardioid Unidirectional Unid. Cardioid

Use Voice, Music Voice

Impedance 250 Ω 100 Ω 600 Ω 600 Ω -

Frequency response 40÷18,000 Hz 40÷13,000 Hz 50÷15,000 Hz 40÷13,000 Hz 50÷16,000 Hz

Sensitivity 1.6 mV/Pa 2.1 mV/Pa 2.5 mV/Pa 2.1 mV/Pa 1.5 mV/Pa

Front/back ratio 22 dB 20 dB 25 dB 20 dB -

Precedence
“ON-OFF” switch No Yes No
push button.

Cable Detachable, 5m., balanced Fixed, 5m., balanc. No

Output connector Male XLR Male XLR+precedence Male XLR

Net weight g 285 270 236 270 150

Size of microphone (ØxL) mm Ø 53x168 Ø 53x164 Ø 53x160 Ø 53x170 Ø 43x160 Ø 35x80

Accessories included in supply S10 S1 -

Electret microphones S
microphones and microphone stands

EVERAL MODELS OF THIS T YPE OF

MICROPHONE ARE AVAILABLE, DESIGNED

FOR DIFFERENT APPLICATIONS AND FEA-

TURING VERY HIGH SENSITIVIT Y.


M C 2 0 0
This pen type microphone, with hypercardioid polar characteristic, provides high
working signal levels within a limited coverage angle, reducing the influence of
surrounding noise to a minimum and effectively rejecting acoustic feedback
(Larsen effect). It features a very extensive frequency response and is a typical
studio microphone that can also be effectively used in critical situations requir-
ing coverage of sounds coming from a certain distance away with minimum
Larsen sensitivity. This microphone should be used together with Paso amplifiers
and mixers, which provide the polarisation required by the electret (phantom)
directly on the microphone input.

MC200

M C 101 grey M C 101 - W white


M C 101 - P grey M C 101 - W P white

These are ultra-slim surface microphones, with hemicardioid polar characteristic.


They can be used on flat horizontal surfaces (tables, floors) or vertical surfaces
(walls). Their special directivity feature means that the microphone reproduces the
sound coming only from the front, within an angle of 60 degrees from the surface
on which they are placed. They are mainly used, therefore, as microphones for con-
ferences or discussions, religious ceremonies, access control and counters for the
MICROPHONES AND CONSOLES

public. Each microphone is supplied with its own cable and container for the bal-
ancing transformer and for the electret polarising battery. For MC101-P and
MC101-W MC101-WP models, a 8-24 V Phantom power supply is required.
MC101-WP

MC101 M B 3 0 - G N • M B 3 0 - G L N
MC101-P
Electret microphones with flexible stems. Photos and specifications on page 4.8.
4.2
T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M C 101 M C 101 - W
M O D E L MC200
M C 101 - P M C 101 - W P
Frequency response 70÷20,000 Hz 100÷12,000 Hz

Impedance 2,000 Ω 1,000 Ω

Output level 10 mV/Pa (-64 dBv/µbar) 5,6 mV/Pa (-65 dBV/µbar)

Battery 1.5 VDC (MC101/MC101-W)


Power supply Phantom 12 VDC
Phantom 8-24 VDC (MC101-P/MC101-WP)

Body Brass Die-cast aluminium

Finish Black mat Anthracite grey White

Cable included in supply 5 m, balanced 8 m balanced+3 m unbalanced

Output connectors Male XLR Male XLR - Miniature

Size, mm Ø 22 - Length 192 Width 90 - Length 115

Net weight, g 155 260

Accessories
microphones and microphone stands

S 1

Jointed microphone support, can be


screwed onto telescopic table-top or
floor bases.

S 9
S10
S1
Jointed microphone support with elastic
S9
opening, fitting for rod with dual
27/59 S8
thread: M16 x 1 or 3/8”.

S 1 0 S 8 2 7 / 5 9

Same features as the S1, with vibration- Jointed support for microphones and Adaptor for screwing supports S1, S10
damping elastic body. wireless microphones with spring-type and S9 onto the pins of telescopic bases
seal. with M12 x 1 or 3/8” threads.

B 11 6

Table-top base in black cast-iron, with


chromium-plated telescopic rod, adjust-
able from 37 to 60 cm. For microphone
B12
B 116 supports S1, S10, S8 and S9.
MICROPHONES AND CONSOLES

B 6 0 - N
B160
Chromium-plated ring-nut for table-top
mounting, black. Provisions for using
F5-N or F11-C.
Flexible stems. Ø 4.5 cm.
B60-N
B70 B 1 6 0

B 1 2 B 7 0 Table-top base for MB30-GN and


MB60-GN microphones, complete with
Cast-iron table-top base, black, for flex- Similar to B60-N, but with Ø 6.5 cm. shielded cable (L) 100 cm. Size: Ø 4.5
ible stems. cm; (H) 4.2 cm.
4.3
F 11 - C

Flexible support, length 40 cm with Ø


F 11 - C 14 mm, black colour. One end is
threaded for connection to B12, B60-
N or B70 bases. The other end is
equipped with an XLR socket for con-
necting microphones with XLR fittings.
The support is supplied with a 1.5-
F5-N
metre balanced shielded cable with an
XLR plug on the end.

F 5 - N

Flexible support with threaded (16x1)


A13-N male and female ends. To be used
between the B12, B60-N and B70 and
the S1, S10, S8, S9 supports.
Length 40 cm, Ø 14 mm, black, without
cable.

A 1 3 - N

Microphone boom for connection to


B18-N, B10-N and B44-N bases,
B18-N B10-N painted black tubular metal.
B20-N B44-N

B 1 8 - N

Floor stand with folding tripod. Tele-


scopic rod, height adjustable between
85 and 170 cm, painted black tubular
metal.

B 4 4 - N B 1 0 - N B 2 0 - N

Floor stand with folding cast-iron tri- Floor stand, complete with telescopic Floor stand with circular cast metal sup-
pod. Height adjustable between 95 and rod and folding tripod. Painted black porting structure. Telescopic rod, height
170 cm, painted black tubular metal. tubular metal. adjustable between 95 and 175 cm,
painted black tubular metal.

B501-M microphone console


B 5 0 1 - M

Non pre-amplified console with dynamic cardioid micro-


phone for connections of up to a maximum of 10 m in length.
Equipped with two push-buttons, one with automatic release
for short messages and one switch type for long messages.
Equipped with 5-metre cable and XLR plug.
MICROPHONES AND CONSOLES

WHITE

GREEN
prev.

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SHIELD

B501-M
B501-M
XLR connector (weld side).
4.4
Microphones for special applications
microphones and microphone stands
B 5 3 - B

Pre-amplified microphone case.


Dynamic cardioid microphone.
Limited width for use on small surfaces (e.g. super-
market counters, etc.). Complete with 1.5 m cable
with leads for stripping.

B S 1 0

Double-jointed steerable microphone base for fixed


B53-B BS10
installations. Dynamic cardioid microphone. 1.5-
metre shielded cable with leads for stripping.

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
M O D E L B 5 01 - M B53-B B S 10

Microphone Dynamic

Pre-amplifier No Yes No

Chime No No No

Inclusion push-buttons 2 1 -

LED indicators 1 1 -

Rated impedance 250 Ω 1 kΩ 250 Ω

Output signal 1.5 mV/Pa 3.15 V 1.5 mV/Pa

Power supply 12 VDC/5 mA 12 VDC/25 mA -

Size (LxHxD) mm 118x80x200 18x190x400 Ø 45x400 (A)

Net weight, kg 0.9 1.0 0.43

ACCESSORIES Description

Brackets for
AC501 - -
flush-mounting

MC300 Stem microphone


M C 3 0 0

The MC300 is a stem electret microphone with a short gooseneck at the bottom.
It has to be fixed to a 45 mm maximum thickness table. The proportions of the
single parts, stem, body and microphone, constitute an elegant aesthetic, right for
the requiring architectural design specifications of lecture theatres, conference
rooms and churches. The cardioid response and the high sensitivity of the elec-
tret microphone strengthen the user speaker characteristics as an orator. The red
lighting gem indicates that the unit is on. The package includes the wind screen
rubber cap and the lower fixing bolt.
Attention: the MC300 microphone requires a supply/balancing external circuit.

MC300
MICROPHONES AND CONSOLES

M C 3 0 0 T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
Type of transducer Electret Maximum current of signalling lamp 40 mA
Polar response Cardioid Connection of capsule Shielded cable
Frequency response 100 ÷ 20.000 Hz Wiring connection of signalling lamp 2 wires: black (–), red (+)
Sensitivity (@Vdc=1,5V; RL=680 Ω) -47 dBV/Pa (±4 dB)Ω Length of connecting wires 1m
S/N ratio (@1Pa) > 60 dB Overall length 500 mm
Maximum capsule voltage (RL=680 Ω) 10 V Stem diameter Ø 6 mm
Current absorp. by caps. (@Vdc=1,5V; RL=680 Ω) max 0,5 mA Diameter of microphone body Ø 15 mm
Typical voltage of sign. lamp (IF=20mA) 3,6 V Maximum securing thickness 45 mm

4.5
B600 microphone consoles
T
microphones and microphone stands
HE PASO B600 RANGE OF CON-

SOLES USES ELECTRET MICROPHONES

WITH FLEXIBLE STEMS. THE CONSOLES OF

THIS RANGE CONSIST OF TOUGH ALU-

MINIUM STRUCTURES WITH ABS SIDES

AND ARE FITTED WITH NON-SLIP RUBBER

FEET. THEIR SPECIAL SHAPE MEANS THAT


B601-P
B 611
THEY CAN ALSO BE FLUSH-MOUNTED ON

SURFACES OF ANY THICKNESS. THEY ARE

SUITABLE FOR SOUND-BROADCASTING

SYSTEMS IN WHICH ADDRESSING OF THE

CALL MESSAGE TO ONE OR MORE ZONES

(UP TO 6) IS REQUIRED.

B 613 B 616

B 6 0 1 - P

Non pre-amplified microphone console with “Push” button for short messages and WHITE

“Lock” switch-type button for long messages. GREEN prev.

Balanced 5-metre shielded cable with XLR plug and terminals for activating micro-
phone precedence and microphone power supply. SIGNAL

SIGNAL

B 6 11 SHIELD
B601-P

Pre-amplified microphone console with “Push” button for short messages and “Lock” XLR connector (weld side).
switch-type button for long messages.
5-metre shielded cable with 5-pole DIN plug for direct connection to the “Base”
input of Paso amplifiers. Optional AC25 warning signal (Chime) generator. GREEN prev.
RED
BRAID
SHIELD
BLACK
WHITE
B 6 1 3 SIGNAL

B 611 - B 613 - B 616


Pre-amplified microphone console with selection of 3 zones. Three push buttons for
selecting zones, “Talk” button, “All Call” button. 5-metre shielded cable with 5-pole DIN connector (weld side).
DIN plug and 7-pole connector for connection to module AC8030. Optional AC25
Chime module.
RED RED
WHITE WHITE
GREEN
B 6 1 6 GREEN
RED
prev.
GREEN
ZONE
YELLOW
BRAID YELLOW ACTIV.
MICROPHONES AND CONSOLES

SHIELD
BLACK
BROWN ZONE
ACTIV.
WHITE
Pre-amplified microphone console with selection of 6 zones. Six push buttons for PURPLE SIGNAL
BLACK

selecting zones, “Talk” button, “All Call” button. 5-metre shielded cable with 5-pole
B 616 B 613
DIN plug and 7-pole connector for connection to module AC8030.
Optional AC25 Chime module. Zone connector.

OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES

A C 5 0 1 A C 2 5

Pair of brackets for fixing the consoles of the B600 range, 3 or 2-tone warning-signal circuit for the consoles of the
flush-mounted. B600 range. Adjustable signal and tone intensity.
4.6
T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M O D E L B 6 01 - P B 611 B 613 B 616

Microphone Electret

Pre-amplifier No Yes

Chime card No Optional AC25

Inclusion button 2 1 1
(Zone-selection push buttons) (–) (3 zones + 1 gen.) (6 zones + 1 gen.)

LED indicators 1 4 7

Sensitivity 8.3 mV/Pa Adjustable

Rated impedance 280 Ω 1 kΩ

Maximum output level (100 dB s.p.l.) – 3,15 V (Zload = 10 kΩ) (THD <5%)

Maximum sound pressure (THD=10%) 120 dB 130 dB

Power supply 12 VDC, 12 mA (Max) 12 VDC, 110 mA (Max)

Min: 8 V (1mA)
PHANTOM supply –
Max: 48 V (7.5 mA)

Lenght of cable 5 m, XLR plug 5 m, 5-pole DIN plug

Hole for flush-mounting the base (LxH) mm 114.5x191

Size (LxHxD), mm 118x80x200

Net weight, kg 0.8

Connection cables for microphones and consoles


microphones and microphone stands

CV15
5-metre microphone extension
cable, complete with male and
female XLR connectors.

CV24
10-metre microphone extension
cable, complete with male and
female XLR connectors.

CV32
10-metre extension cable for pre-
amplified microphone consoles,
complete with 5-pole DIN plug and
socket.
MICROPHONES AND CONSOLES

CV34
Cable consisting of a 37-pin male
SUB-D connector and 5 metres of
pre-cabled multi-pole cable, suit-
able for connecting to B500/12,
B500/24 and B500/32 micro-
phone consoles.

4.7
B500 microphone consoles
T
microphones and microphone stands
HE PASO B500 RANGE OF MICRO-

PHONE CONSOLES IS INDICATED FOR

SOUND-BROADCASTING SYSTEMS IN

WHICH THE CALL MESSAGE NEEDS TO BE

ADDRESSED TO A LARGE NUMBER OF

ZONES (MAXIMUM 32). THE BASES OF THIS


B500/32
RANGE HAVE A TOUGH ALUMINIUM

STRUCTURE AND ABS SIDE PANELS AND ARE

B500/24 B500/12 FITTED WITH RUBBER NON-SLIP FEET. THEIR

SPECIAL SHAPE ENABLES THEM TO ALSO BE

FLUSH-MOUNTED ON SURFACES OF ANY

B 5 0 0 / 1 2 • B 5 0 0 / 2 4 • B 5 0 0 / 3 2
THICKNESS. EACH BASE HAS TO BE COM-

Each of these consoles has its own high-gain pre-amplifier and dynamics com-
PLETED WITH ONE OF THE MB30-GN OR
pressor that eliminates the distortion due to high sound pressures applied to the
microphone capsule. The pre-amplified signal, of which it is possible to correct the MB30-GLN PULL-OUT MICROPHONES
tone colour, is electronically balanced to enable correct operation even with long-
distance audio links (1km). (WITH LIGHTED RING-NUTS).
In addition to their zone-selection buttons (12, 24 and 32 respectively), each con-
sole has an All Call button and signalling lamps that light up to indicate the zones
that have been selected. A built-in service relay enables customised functions such
as the creation of pre-established levels of priority among a number of consoles,
enabling/disabling of the base from outside (inclusion of a key switch) or control of
external equipment (automatic message or alarm generators, etc.).
The consoles also have provisions for mounting repeater coils for galvanic separa-
tion of the output lines, a warning-signal generator and a key-operated safety
switch.

M B 3 0 - G N • M B 3 0 - G L N

Microphone with flexible support for bases of the B500 range.


Length 43 cm. Unidirectional Electret microphone.
Model MB30-GLN has a ring-nut that lights up when the
microphone is activated.

MB30-GN
MB30-GLN
MICROPHONES AND CONSOLES

WHITE
MICROPHONE
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
BRAID
SHIELD

M O D E L MB30-GN MB30-GLN MB30-GN

DIN connector (weld side).


Type Unidirectional, electret
WHITE
Sensitivity -68 dBV/µbar (with 1.5 VDC) MICROPHONE

Load impedance 2kΩ BRAID SHIELD


RED
Power supply 1.1÷9.0 VDC, max150 µA
BLACK MB30-GLN
Lighted ring-nut No Yes
DIN connector (weld side).
4.8
T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M O D E L B 5 0 0 / 12 B500/24 B500/32

Pre-amplifier Yes
Chime card AC25 (Optional)
Inclusion button 1 1 1
Zone-selection push buttons 12 zones + 1 all call 24 zones + 1 all call 32 zones + 1 all call
LED indicators 13 25 33
Rated impedance 1 kΩ
Maximum output level (100 dB s.p.l.) 3.15 V (Zload = 10 kΩ) (THD < 5%)
Maximum sound pressure 103 dB (THD ≤ 10%)
Power supply 12VDC, 110 mA (MAX)
Hole for flush-mounting the base (LxH), mm 241x191
Size (LxHxD), mm 248x80x205
Net weight, kg 1.3

ACCESSORIES Description
MB30-GN Electret microphone on flexible stem, total lenght 430 mm
MB30-GLN Electret microphone with lighted ring-nut, on flexible stem, total lenght 430 mm
AC501 Brackets for flush-mounting
AC25 Warning-signal generator (2/3-tone chime card)
AC32 Microphone transformer module
CV34 Connecting cable complete with connector, lenght 5 m
31/133 Multi-pole cable
27/4350 Multiple-connector kit

Compatibility between PASO Microphone consoles and amplifiers


COMPACT
AMPLIFIERS MIXERS
SYSTEM
3300 5000 8000 CMDS
RANGE RANGE RANGE
Amplif. AX33...
Amplif. AX3032

Booster AW5...

Booster AW8...
Amplif. AX5...

Amplif. AX8...

MX8033
PA140

PA212

PA312

P8038

NON-PRE-AMPLIFIED CPNSOLES
(1) (1)
B501-M • • • • • • •(1) • •
B601-P • • • • • • • •
PRE-AMPLIFIED CONSOLES
(2) (2)
B611 • • • • •
MICROPHONES AND CONSOLES

MULTI-ZONE PRE-AMPLIFIED CONSOLES


(3) (3) (3) (3) (4) (3) (4)
B613 •(3) •(3) •(3) (3)
•(4) (3)
•(4)
B616
NOTES (3) and (5)
• • • • •
B500/12
NOTES (3) and (5)
• • • • •
B500/24
NOTES (3) and (5)
• • • • •
B500/32 • • • • •
DIN-DON internal internal internal internal AC25 AC25 No internal internal AC30 No

NOTE: (1) The signalling activation LED does not light up on the console.
(2) Remove the DIN plug from the connecting cable of the console (see instruction booklet).
(3) P8036 control unit or custom relay panels are required for zone selection.
(4) Switching of the zones is carried out by means of the AC8030 module (to be added).
(5) This console does not include the microphone: add either model MB30-GN or model MB30-GLN.

4.9
wireless microphones

THE RANGE OF WIRELESS MICROPHONES AND RECEIVERS OPERATES IN THE

VHF BAND (FROM 174.6 TO 216.25 MHZ) AND IN THE UHF BAND (FROM 433.05

TO 434.79 MHZ). HAND-HELD AND POCKET WIRELESS MICROPHONES ARE

AVAILABLE FOR EACH BANDWIDTH. RECEIVERS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE SINGLE-

CHANNEL VERSION, IN THE “DIVERSITY” VERSION AND IN MULTI-CHANNEL

MODULAR VERSIONS ENABLING THE SIGNALS FROM MORE THAN ONE WIRE-

LESS MICROPHONE TO BE RECEIVED SIMULTANEOUSLY ON DIFFERENT FRE-

QUENCIES. SOPHISTICATED TRANSMISSION AND RECEIVING CIRCUITS MAKE

THESE ITEMS SUITABLE ALSO FOR HIGH-QUALITY REPRODUCTION OF MUSIC.

THE EMISSION FREQUENCY IS QUARTZ-CONTROLLED AND FREQUENCY MODU-

LATED. THE RF SECTION INCLUDES AMPLIFIER STAGES WITH DOUBLE TUNING

BAND FILTERS FOR MAXIMUM REJECTION OF SPURIOUS FREQUENCIES. IN THE

LF SECTION, SOPHISTICATED DYNAMIC-COMPRESSION AND EQUALISATION

CIRCUITS, TOGETHER WITH THE COMPLEMENTARY CIRCUITS ON THE RECEIVING

SIDE, OPTIMISE THE SIGNAL/NOISE RATIO AND ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE. THE

VHF ... TX AND UHF MODELS HAVE 32.768 KHZ PILOT TONES THAT MAKE THE

WIRELESS MICROPHONE SYSTEM PRACTICALLY IMMUNE TO INTERFERENCE.


Hand-held and pocket microphones
wireless microphones
MA155-FX
M A 1 5 5 - T X with pilot tone
M A 4 2 5 - F X with pilot tone

The wireless microphones of the MA155


range operating in the VHF and of the
MA425 range (UHF band) were
designed for use both in the music envi-
ronment and for teaching and commer-
cial applications. The unidirectional
nature of the microphone capsule, which
is of the dynamic type, reduces drastical-
ly any acoustic feedback problems, while
the special suspension and the anti-hiss-
ing and anti-pop filter contribute towards
M A 15 5 - T X M A 15 5 - F X ( a n t h r a c i t e g r ey )
MA425-FX (black) eliminating interference caused by han-
dling of the microphone and by the wind.

MA153-FX
M A 1 5 3 - T X with pilot tone

The pocket wireless microphones of the


MA153 range work in the VHF band
and use cardioid electret microphone
capsules. For some specific applica-
tions, this microphone can be replaced
with the MC53 headset microphone
(optional).

M C 5 3

Headset microphone with electret cap-


sule and jack. Suitable for use with the
wireless microphones of the MA153
MA153-TX MA153-FX MC53 range.

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M A 15 5 - T X M A 15 3 - T X
M O D E L M A 15 5 - F X M A 15 3 - F X MA425-FX MC53

Headset microphone
Hand-held wireless Pocket wireless Hand-held wireless
Description for wireless microphone
microphone microphone microphone
of the MA153 range
Trasmission frequency (MHz) 175.00÷199.82 433.05÷434.79 -
Frequency response (±3 dB) 50÷15,000 Hz 20÷16,000 Hz
Pilot tone 32.768 kHz (Tx modules only) 32.768 kHz -
RF output level 15 mW 8 mW -
Type of modulation FM (F3E) -
Rated deviation (at 1 kHz) ± 40 kHz -
Harmonic distortion < 1% at rated deviation -
WIRELESS MICROPHONES

Dynamic rate 100 dB -


Electret capacitor
Microphone capsule Unidirectional dynamic Cardioid electret Unidirectional dynamic
type, omnidirectional
Impedance - 2,200 Ω ± 30% @ 1kHz
-40 ± 3 dB
Sensitivity -
(0 dB= 1 V/m bar @ 1 kHz)
Power supply 9V battery IEC 6LR61 -
Typical operating time 6÷8 h -
Size (LxHxD), mm/Weight, g Ø 52x250/210 61x115x22/80 Ø 52x250/210 -/approx. 40

5.1
Single-channel receivers
T
wireless microphones
HE RANGE OF PASO SINGLE-FRE-

QUENCY RADIO RECEIVERS INCLUDES

TABLE-TOP MODELS AND FOR RACK-

MOUNTING, WITH SINGLE OR DOUBLE

SWITCHED AERIALS (“DIVERSITY”). THESE

RECEIVERS HAVE AUTOMATIC SQUELCH-

ING CIRCUITS WITH ADJUSTABLE ACTIVA-

TION THRESHOLDS.

R170-TX

R 1 7 0 - T X
Single channel VHF receiver
with pilot tone

The VHF R170-TX receiver is made in a


version for mounting in a 19” rack (by
means of the optional brackets
27/2469) and can be used together
with the transmitters of the MA153-TX
and/or MA155-TX ranges. The squelch-
ing circuit and the pilot tone technique
ensure reception without interference
and, in particular, avoid “false hook-
R170-TX
ups” due to interference from signals of
which the spectrum includes the carrier frequency of the wireless microphone system. The receiver uses special circuitry, com-
plementary to the circuits used on the transmitter, enabling high dynamics and a better signal/noise ratio of the audio signal.
The most common applications are those calling for its use in the rack of a sound-broadcasting system or conference system, in
shopping centres, board rooms or in sports complexes, for comments.

R 2 0 8 - T X
R 4 0 8 - F X
“Diversity”
Microphone receiver

The R208-TX (VHF range) and R408-FX


(UHF range) receivers are of the “diver-
sity” type, with double antennas and a
high-speed level-discriminating circuit,
which automatically selects the aerial
with the strongest signal.
A squelching device, with adjustable
sensitivity, incorporates the system for
detecting and identifying the pilot tone.
In order to meet any needs for external
connections, the receiver has two out-
puts, one of which is balanced at micro-
R208-TX
R408-FX phone level and the other is an
WIRELESS MICROPHONES

adjustable-level AUX output.

R208-TX/R408-FX

5.2
Multiple system
wireless microphones
MANY PRESENT-DAY APPLICATIONS IN THE COMMERCIAL FIELD, IN CHURCHES, IN CONFERENCES, IN ENTERTAINMENT AND IN EDUCA-
TION REQUIRE THE SIMULTANEOUS USE OF SEVERAL WIRELESS MICROPHONES. PASO MULTIPLE SYSTEMS PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE AND
RATIONAL SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEM OF MULTI-CHANNEL RECEPTION.

R 2 3 4 with 4 channels RD200-FX

R 2 3 4 a n d R D 2 0 0 - F x
“True Diversity” multi-channel VHF receiver

The R234 modular receiver is made in a version for mounting in a 19” rack and has four compartments for including four
RD200-Fx “True Diversity” receiver modules with relevant front-control panels. Plugging in four modules with different fre-
quencies (see frequency selection table) enables 4 signals from as many transmitters to be received simultaneously. The equip-
ment can be connected to a mixer through the four independent outputs (adjustable separately) or through the high-level
MIXED OUT mixed output. The main feature of this product is that it is a true double diversity receiver. This means that all the
radiofrequency stages (aerial, aerial divider, front end, mixer, medium-frequency stages and demodulator) are duplicated. At
the end, a comparator stage checks moment by moment which of the two chains has the best RF signal and selects the audio
signal accordingly, this providing the best possible reception. By directing the two aerials appropriately and/or separating
them from one another by means of the optional AC29-BNC accessory, it is possible to obtain “clean” reception even in dif-
ficult environmental situations.

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

R234 con
M O D E L R408-FX R208-TX R 17 0 - T X
RD200-FX
Single-channel Single-channel “True Diversity”
Description
“Diversity” receiver receiver receiver
Receiving frequency (MHz) 433.05÷434.79 (UHF) 175.00÷199.82 (VHF)
Pilot tone 32.768 kHz –
RF sensitivity (S/N=20 dB) 3 µV 5 µV 4 µV
Frequency response (±3 dB) 50÷15,000 Hz
90 mV/400 Ω (Micro)
60 mV/250 Ω (Micro) 220 mV/1800 Ω (Low)
Output/impedance level 90 mV/1.8 kΩ (Mixed Out - Aux)
0÷2 V/600 Ω (Aux) 1.2 V/1800 Ω (High)
470 mV/1.6 kΩ (Mixed Out - Line)
S/N ratio > 90 dB > 80 dB
230 VAC, 50/60 Hz ± 10% 230 VAC, 50/60 Hz ± 10%
Power supply 12÷18 VDC
12 VDC 12÷18 VDC
WIRELESS MICROPHONES

20 mA - Mains power supply 60 mA - Mains power supply


Consumption < 300 mA
80 mA - DC power supply 800 mA - DC power supply
Brackets 27/2469 With brackets included
Rack mounting –
not included in supply (1 Unit) in supply (1 Unit)
Bracket for rack-mounting with
Mains power supply Telescopic aerial
Accessories included in the supply or without socket for aerial
LF cable LF cable
2 aerials, LF cable
AC29-BNC base for aerial with 5-metre extension cable
Optional accessories –
AR2-BNC ground plane aerial
Size (LxHxD), mm/Weight, Kg 222x40x118/0,55 278x225x45/2 425x240x46.5/4.3

5.3
A R 2 - B N C

Ground-plane outdoor aerial with 10-


metre coaxial cable for R170 and
R234.
Impedance: 50 Ohms.
Gain: 0 dB.
Total length: 550 mm.
Weight: 0.9 Kg.
AC29-BNC

A C 2 9 - B N C

Optional support with 5 metres of coax-


ial cable and aerial socket for remote
use of the telescopic aerial supplied with
the R170 and R234 receivers. AR2-BNC

FREQUENCY AND COMPATIBILITY SELECTION TABLE

WIRELESS MICROPHONE RECEIVER


Reference
Modular up to Frequency
Hand-held Tie-pin Table-top Single-channel
rack mounted four channels color
rack mounted
MA155-T1* MA153-T1* R208-T1* R170-T1* RD200-F1 Red 175.00 MHz
MA155-T2* MA153-T2* R208-T2* - - Green 179.30 MHz
MA155-T3* MA153-T3* R208-T3* R170-T3* - Yellow 184.32 MHz
MA155-T4* MA153-T4* R208-T4* R170-T4* - Orange 199.82 MHz
MA155-F6 MA153-F6 - - RD200-F6 Grey 180.00 MHz
MA155-F7 MA153-F7 - - RD200-F7 Blue 195.25 MHz
MA155-F8 MA153-F8 - - RD200-F8 Turquoise 197.10 MHz
MA425-F1* - R408-F1* - - Grey 433.80 MHz
MA425-F2* - R408-F2* - - Blue 434.30 MHz
* with pilot tone

VHF/UHF wireless microphone kit


wireless microphones

M A 15 5 / R 2 0 8 - T X
MA425/R408-FX

M A 15 3 / R 2 0 8 - T X

M A 1 5 5 / R 2 0 8 - T X M A 1 5 3 / R 2 0 8 - T X
The MA155/R208-Tx kit is a high-performance diversity wire- The MA153/R208-Tx kit is a VHF diversity wireless micro-
less microphone system that includes a hand-held wireless phone system consisting of a shockproof carrying case, a pock-
microphone (MA155-Tx), a diversity table-top receiver (R208- et transmitter, a “diversity” receiver with two steerable aerials,
Tx) with power supply unit, a cable for connecting the receiv- a power supply unit and a cable for connecting to the amplifi-
WIRELESS MICROPHONES

er to the amplifier. The kit is contained in an elegant shock- er. It uses the same frequencies as the MA155/R208-Tx kit.
proof carrying case. The following frequencies are available:
T1=175.00 MHz, T2=179.30 MHz, T3=184.32 MHz,
T4=199.82 MHz.

M A 4 2 5 / R 4 0 8 - F X
The MA425/R408-Fx kit, which operates in the UHF range, includes a hand-held transmitter (MA425-Fx), a diversity table-top receiv-
er (R408-Fx) with a power-supply unit and a cable for connection to the amplifier. It is contained in an elegant shockproof carrying
case. The following frequencies are available: F1=433.80 MHz, F2=434.30 MHz.

5.4
wireless microphones
M A 15 3 / R 2 0 8 - K X

M A 15 5 / R 2 0 8 - K X

M A 1 5 5 / R 2 0 8 - K X M A 1 5 3 / R 2 0 8 - K X

Same as MA155/R208-Tx carrying case not included. Same as MA153/R208-Tx carrying case not included.

A C V 10 0

A C V 1 0 0

Shockproof carrying case for wireless microphone kit.

WIRELESS MICROPHONES

5.5
mobile systems

VOICE AND MUSIC BROADCASTING INDOORS AND OUT OF DOORS, FOR

CONFERENCES AND CONVENTIONS, FOR EXHIBITIONS AND COMMERCIAL

PRESENTATIONS, FOR TOURIST GUIDES, DEMONSTRATIONS AND SALES-

PEOPLE, AS WELL AS FOR SOUND-BROADCASTING IN MOBILE SYSTEMS,

ALL REQUIRE A RANGE OF PRODUCTS DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY TO FUNC-

TION EVEN WITHOUT A MAINS POWER SUPPLY AND FOR PARTICULAR

EASE OF HANDLING, TRANSPORTABILITY AND TOUGHNESS. THE GREAT

VARIETY OF EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES IN THE PASO RANGE IS ABLE

TO PROVIDE THE MOST SUITABLE RESPONSE TO ANY MOBILE AMPLIFICA-

TION PROBLEM.
1000 range
T
mobile systems
HE AMPLIFIERS OF THE 1000 RANGE ARE IDEAL FOR APPLI-

CATIONS IN WHICH THERE IS NO MAINS POWER SUPPLY AND IN

PARTICULAR IN THE FIELD OF MOBILE SYSTEMS. THE RANGE HAS

BEEN DESIGNED IN STANDARD DIN SIZES SO AS TO SIMPLIFY

T 112 0 - B INSTALLATION AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE. SIMPLICITY, FLEXIBILITY,

HANDINESS AND SAFE USE ARE THE PECULIAR FEATURES OF THIS

RANGE OF PRODUCTS FOR ALL SORTS OF COMMERCIAL AND PRO-

FESSIONAL APPLICATIONS.

T 114 0

T 1 1 2 0 - B

10/20 W integrated amplifier


Rated output (RMS): 10 W at 12 VDC - 20 W at 24 VDC
Inputs: 1 microphone, 1 aux
Controls: 1 microphone volume, 1 aux. volume, 1 tone
T1220-LB
A.P.T. device (VOX)
Electronic protection against short circuits.
T 1 2 2 0 - L B T 1 1 4 0

20/40 W integrated amplifier with auto-reverse cassette 40 W integrated amplifier


player Rated output (RMS): 40 W at 14 VDC
Rated output (RMS): 2x10 W at 12 VDC - 2x20 W at 24 VDC Power supply: 12/14 V
Inputs: 1 microphone, 1 aux Inputs: 2 microphones, 2 aux
Controls: 1 microphone vol., 1 aux vol., 1 tone Controls: 2 microphone vol., 1 aux. vol., 1 tone
A.P.T. device (VOX) A.P.T. device (VOX)
Automatic cassette/aux. precedence Multiple output impedance.
Electronic protection against short circuits.
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS:

• Possibility of operating either at 12 V or at 24 V • A.P.T. system (Automatic Precedence Threshold)


• Input sockets for microphones and for mixable auxiliary • Electronic protection against connection and functional
sound sources, with separate volume controls errors
• Automatic precedence device for microphone and cassette • Extensive frequency response for perfect playing of music
player over auxiliary sources and speech.

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M O D E L T 112 0 - B T1220-LB T 114 0

Rated output power RMS 12 V 10 W 2x10 W 40 W


Rated output power RMS 24 V 20 W 2x20 W -
Load impedance at 12 V 4Ω 4+4 Ω 4-8-15 Ω
Load impedance at 24 V 8Ω 8+8 Ω -
Distortion at rated output ≤ 5%
Power supply 12/24 VDC 12÷14 VDC
MOBILE SYSTEMS

Frequency response 40÷20,000 Hz 65÷18,000 Hz


Tone control -11÷ + 5 dB a 100 Hz
Micro sensitivity/impedance 1 mV/20 kΩ 1 mV/10 kΩ
AUX sensitivity/impedance 120 mV/150 kΩ
Size (LxHxD), mm 204x52x100 204x52x190
Weight, kg 0.7 1.1 1.35 1.8

6.1
mobile systems Accessories for 1000 range
27/360

TR7/8
M1-NC TR7/4

M 1 - N C T R 7 / 4

Unidirectional dynamic microphone with push button, spi- Same technical specifications as the TR7/8 but with an imped-
ralled cable and XLR plug. ance of 4 Ohms.
2 7 / 3 6 0
T R 7 / 8
Supporting plate for horns, complete with elastic bands and
Output 18 W, complete with dynamic unit.
hooks.
Impedance 8 Ohms.
Size of opening: 26x16 cm. Length: 22 cm.
Weight, kg: 1.2.

Compact systems
mobile systems

T C A 4 0 B - T X
T C A 4 0 B - L T X

The TCA40 double-amplified case pro-


vides a complete portable sound system
featuring great flexibility of use. Its
applications range from voice rein-
forcement for conferences, congresses,
commercial presentations to voice and
music broadcasting for exhibitions,
sports events, religious ceremonies,
meetings of associations and so on.
Thanks to the wireless microphone sys-
tem, to the cassette player and to the
built-in battery, this system is suitable
when equipment that is easily and
readily used is required. The output
provided by the amplifier is consider-
able, particularly when powered from
the mains. The internal battery, that can
hand-held wireless microphone tie-pin wireless microphone be recharged by means of the internal
TCA40B “intelligent” recharging circuit, has
been sized to allow a good period of
independent operation without making the equipment too heavy. The fact that it is easy to handle (the handle built into the top,
for example, is easy to grasp naturally) combined with its compact size and the many settings make the TCA40 easy to use.
Further possibilities of use are provided by the sockets for an external dynamic microphone, for auxiliary sound sources (com-
pact-disc players, tuners, etc.) in addition to an external power supply and a supplementary speaker unit.

FUNCTIONAL FEATURES:
MOBILE SYSTEMS

• Mixed power:
- from mains power supply at 230 V 50/60 Hz (117 V 50/60 Hz for the TCA40/117 version)
- from internal rechargeable lead battery
- from the external accumulator (12 V), with internal protection against inversion of polarity
• Built-in automatic battery charger with battery low signalling
• Auto-reverse compact cassette player
6.2
FUNCTIONAL FEATURES (continued):

• Quartz receiver for VHF wireless microphone with a choice between the following frequencies: T1/175 MHz, T2/179.3 MHz,
T3/184.32 MHz, T4/199.82 MHz
• 1 input for dynamic microphone
• 1 input/output for auxiliary sources
• 6.3 mm jack socket for connection of supplementary external loudspeaker
• Automatic precedence function, with adjustable threshold level
• Independent level adjustment for the three inputs (AUX, MIC. and wireless microphone) and tone control
• Two separate amplification channels: a failure in the power section would not prevent operation
• Two double-cone loudspeakers, Ø 160 mm, with bass-reflex tuning
• Carrier handle built into the body of the speaker unit.

WIRELESS MICROPHONE SECTION:

TCA40B: Hand-held microphone with unidirectional dynamic capsule


TCA40B-L: Pocket model with unidirectional electret capsule.

EQUIPMENT INCLUDED IN THE SUPPLY:

• Wireless microphone
• Rechargeable 12 V – 4 Ah lead battery (already mounted inside the equipment)
• Cable for connection to mains power supply.

OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES:

• All PASO dynamic microphones


• Support for AC930 adaptor for fixing the TCA40 to the B102 tripod
• Tripod with telescopic rod, adjustable between 116 and 194 cm, B102.

B102 AC930

B 1 0 2 A C 9 3 0 Frequency response on the axis at 1 m (from auxiliary input)


Supporting base. Adaptor.

T C A 4 0 • T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
Acoustic pressure (21 W/1 m) 110 dB
Frequency response on axis at 1 m (from auxiliary input) 65÷15,000 Hz
Rated output/max with mains power supply (THD<10%) 25 W/30 W
Rated output with 14V battery/external accumulator 16 W/22 W
Maximum consumption with DC power supply 3A
MIC input sensitivity/impedance 2.9 mV/20 kΩ
MIC input frequency response (-3dB) 90÷15,000 Hz
MIC input S/N ratio 60 dBA
AUX input sensitivity/impedance 230 mV/130 kΩ
AUX input frequency response 60÷30,000 Hz
AUX input S/N ratio 70 dBA
MOBILE SYSTEMS

AUX output level/impedance 1.7 V/3.3 kΩ


Tone control (100 Hz) -10 ÷ +6 dB
N° of internal loudspeakers 2
Impedance of supplementary external loudspeaker >4Ω
Size (LxHxD), mm 250x405x257
Weight (with battery), kg 8.6

6.3
mobile systems Portable amplified system
TA 2 2 0 - F R X

The TA220-FRX mobile amplified system is a complete


portable sound system. Its main use is for broadcasting voice
and music at outside events with a large public (marches, pro-
cessions, sports events, guided tours, exhibition events, etc.).
The hand-held professional VHF wireless microphone includ-
ed in the supply gives the speaker great freedom of move-
TA220-FRX ment, as he can move away from the amplified system for sev-
TA222-F1+F3
eral dozen metres without prejudicing the quality and power
of the signal. Two models with different frequencies are avail-
able (FR1=175.00 MHz and FR3=184.30 MHz ) to enable
two TA220s to be used at the same time within the same area.
A wired microphone input with a professional XLR socket with
a retainer and an AUX input on an RCA stereo socket, with
individual mixing adjustment, increase the versatility for use of
the product with external sources (hand-held microphone,
audio cassette player, portable CD, etc.). The provisions for
mounting on the B10-N stand (included in the supply) adds
flexibility to the system, enabling it to be used as a fixed unit.
The internal rechargeable battery has been sized to enable
independent operation for a sufficient period of time without
making the equipment too heavy. The power supply unit
included in the supply takes care of “intelligent” recharging of
the internal battery so as to optimise both performance and
duration. Another very important aspect which was taken into account in the design is the ergonomic aspect of the TA220. The
special shoulder-strap fixing system and the positions of the controls make the equipment easy and comfortable to “wear”, with
all the controls within easy reach.

TA 2 2 2 - F 1 + F 3

The TA222-F1+F3 portable amplified system provides the same features as the TA220-FRX but enables simultaneous use of
two hand-held MA155 wireless microphones, both included in the supply. The equipment includes two independent VHF receiv-
er modules with mixed outputs. The TA222-F1+F3 procession unit is supplied complete with a B10-N tripod.

Megaphones
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L TA 16

Output power 10 W
Frequency response 160÷8,000 Hz
Internal power supply unit No 6 1.5V c-type battery (not supplied)
Controls on/off - volume
Size (LxHxD), mm (L) 360, opening 158x220
MOBILE SYSTEMS

TA16 Weight (without batteries), kg 1.3

T A 1 6

Simple, lightweight and practical, the TA16 megaphone enables announcements, calls and warnings to be broadcast within a
radius of several hundred meters, concentrating the sounds in the required direction. It is made of shockproof material that is
rainproof, frost-proof, heatproof and resistant to saline atmospheres. It has an on/off switch and a stepless volume control.
6.4
Amplified lectern
mobile systems
S L 1 1 2 0 - B

The amplified lectern is made of mat


satin-finished wood, and its elegant
shape will fit in with any interior deco-
ration. The four large loudspeakers
contained in the stand guarantee
pleasant and uniform distribution of
sound and speech.
The double power supply (from mains
and from the optional rechargeable
batteries) enable it to be used both
indoors and out of doors. The amplifi-
er mixes the signals coming from the
microphone of the lectern and from an
auxiliary source (wireless microphone
receiver, recorder, CD player, etc.) by
means of independent level controls.
An electronic automatic precedence
device enables the music signal to be
attenuated when the microphone sig-
nal is present.
Tone control makes tone colour correc-
tion easier for acoustically difficult
environments. On the top of the lectern
there is a flexible stem with a vibra-
tion-damping support for a unidirec-
tional dynamic microphone, included
S L 112 0 - B in the supply. S L 112 0 - B

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M O D E L S L 112 0 - B TA 2 2 0 TA 2 2 2

230 VAC 50-60 Hz


Power supply 24 VDC (2x12 V 4 A) Internal 12V lead battery, rechargeable
Optional rechargeable batteries

25 W RMS (230 VAC)


Output power 35 W RMS
35 W RMS (24 VDC)

Mic 1 mV-20 KΩ Mic 1.5 mV-1 KΩ


Input sensitivity/impedance
Aux 120 mV-150 KΩ Aux 180 mV-10 KΩ

Frequency response (-3 dB) 140÷18,000 Hz 500÷7,000 Hz

Signal/noise ratio - Mic 68 dBA

Tone control -11/+5 dB a 100 Hz –

Loudspeakers 4 2 horns

Max 40 VA /230 VAC Operation on stand-by > 10 hrs


Consumption
Max 28W/15 VDC Operation in normal conditions 2 to 3 hrs

Size (LxHxD), mm 530x1150x450 97x1485x105

Weight, kg 22.5 4.9

1 hand-held wireless 2 MA155 hand-held


Dynamic microphone microphone power-supply wireless microphones
Accessories included in the supply
Power cable unit/battery charger power-supply unit/battery charger
B10-N tripod B10-N tripod
MOBILE SYSTEMS

6.5
speaker units

THANKS TO THE VARIETY OF MODELS AND FEATURES OF PASO SPEAKER

UNITS, IT IS EASY TO FIND THE RIGHT MODEL, THE MOST SUITABLE FOR ANY

APPLICATION AND ANY ENVIRONMENT. THEY ARE CAREFULLY DESIGNED

AND BUILT TO STRICT PERFORMANCE STANDARDS, OFTEN HIGHER THAN

SPECIFIED, AND ALWAYS GUARANTEED IN TIME.


“Slim line” 400 range sound columns
S
speaker units
MALL SIZE AND HIGH ACOUSTIC PER-

C 416 - T 16 W adjustable FORMANCE CHARACTERISE THE SOUND

4 loudspeakers, with 100-70-50-25 V COLUMNS OF THE 400 RANGE. THEY CON-


line transformer.
SIST OF AN EXTRUDED ALUMINIUM STRUCTURE
C 4 2 4 - T 2 4 W adjustable
PAINTED PALE GREY WITH A SOLID FRONT
6 loudspeakers, with 100-70-50-25 V
line transformer. GRILLE AND SEALED ENDS IN SHOCKPROOF
C 4 3 2 - T 3 2 W adjustable MATERIAL. EACH COLUMN IS EQUIPPED WITH
8 loudspeakers, con 100-70-50 V line
ITS OWN LINE TRANSFORMER, A SWIVELLING
transformer.
SUPPORT FOR WALL-MOUNTING AND A TWO-

POSITION SWITCH FOR OPTIMISING SPEECH

OR FOR BROADCASTING SPEECH AND MUSIC

OVER AN EXTENSIVE RANGE. A PAIR OF SLID-

ING GUIDES IN THE REAR PANEL ENABLES THE

UNIT TO BE POSITIONED THROUGHOUT THE


S4-G

S 4 - G HEIGHT OF THE S4-G SWIVEL SUPPORT INCLUD-


C416-T C424-T C432-T
Joint for sound columns. ED IN THE SUPPLY.

95 mm

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C AT I O N S

80 mm
M O D E L C 416 - T C424-T C432-T 95 mm

80 mm
Colour Pale grey
Rated output 16 W 24 W 32 W
Adjustable output 16-8-4 W 24-12-6 W 32-16-8 W 95 mm

80 mm
number of loudspaeker 4 6 8
890 mm

Line transformer inputs 100-70-50-25 V 100-70-50 V


Frequency response 170÷15,000 Hz, 250÷15,000 Hz (with filter activated)
690 mm

Max. sound pressure 104 dB 106 dB 108 dB


Sensitivity (1W/1m) 92 dB 93 dB 93 dB
460 mm

Angle of horizontal dispersion 210° (2 kHz)


Angle of vertical dispersion 40° (2 kHz) 20° (2 kHz) 18° (2 kHz)
Class of protection IP 44
Weight, kg 3.2 4.5 5.5
Support included in the supply S4-G swivelling support
Size (LxHxD), mm 95x460x80 95x690x80 95x890x80 C432-T C424-T C416-T

0° 90°
-30°
0 dB
30° C416-T 120°
0 dB
60°

- 5 dB - 5 dB

-10 dB -10 dB
-60° 60° 150° 30°
-15 dB -15 dB

-20 dB -20 dB

OF O
OF O LOW-
LOW-

-90° 2000 90° 180° 2000 0°


Hz Hz

-120° 120° -150° -30°

-150° 150° -120° -60°


180° -90°

Horizontal Vertical
Polar curve Polar curve
0° 90° 0° 90°
-30°
0 dB
30° C424-T 120°
0 dB
60° -30°
0 dB
30° C432-T 120°
0 dB
60°

- 5 dB - 5 dB - 5 dB - 5 dB

-10 dB -10 dB -10 dB -10 dB


-60° 60° 150° 30° -60° 60° 150° 30°
SPEAKER UNITS

-15 dB -15 dB -15 dB -15 dB

-20 dB -20 dB -20 dB -20 dB

OF O
OF O OF O OF O LOW-
LOW- LOW- LOW-

2000 180° 2000 0° -90° 2000 90° 180° 2000 0°


-90° Hz 90° Hz Hz Hz

-120° 120° -150° -30° -120° 120° -150° -30°

-150° 150° -120° -60° -150° 150° -120° -60°


180° -90° 180° -90°

Horizontal Vertical Horizontal Vertical


Polar curve Polar curve Polar curve Polar curve

7.1
500 range sound columns
T
speaker units
Each model of the C500 range is HE SOUND COLUMNS OF THE C500
equipped with a line transformer and
swivelling supports for wall-mounting. RANGE GIVE USERS UNCOMPROMISING
Columns are available for broadcasting
PERFORMANCE, SOLIDITY AND ELEGANT
speech (C512-T, C524-T) or speech and
music (C548-T, C550-T), and there is a
DESIGN. THEY CONSIST OF AN EXTRUDED
watertight version (C548-TW) for out-
door use. ALUMINIUM STRUCTURE AND A FRONT

GRILLE FEATURING BROAD SOUND DIS-

CONTROLLED BAND SOUND COLUMNS PERSION. THEY ARE STOVE-PAINTED PALE


FOR BROADCASTING SPEECH:
GREY. THE ENDS, MADE OF BLACK SHOCK-
C 512 - T 12 W adjustable
PROOF MATERIAL AND FITTED WITH RUB-
2 loudspeakers with 100-70-50-25 V
line transformer. BER GASKETS GUARANTEE TOTAL WEATH-

C512- T C524-T
C 5 2 4 - T 2 4 W adjustable ERPROOFING. A PAIR OF SLIDING GUIDES
C550-T C548-T
C548-TW 4 loudspeakers with 100-70-50-25 V BUILT INTO THE REAR PANEL ENABLES THE
line transformer.
AC904 SUPPORT TO BE POSITIONED OVER

EXTENDED
121 mm

BAND SOUND COLUMNS FOR THE WHOLE HEIGHT.


BROADCASTING SPEECH AND MUSIC:
166 mm

C 5 5 0 - T 5 0 W adjustable

2 extended band loudspeakers + 1 tweet-


121 mm

er with 100-70-50-25 V line transformer.


808 mm

166 mm
C 5 4 8 - T 4 8 W adjustable
408 mm

4 two-cone loudspeakers with 100-70-


50-25 V line transformer.

C 5 4 8 - T W 4 8 W adjustable

C512- T C524-T 4 watertight loudspeakers + 1 tweeter


C550-T C548-T with line 100-70-50-25 V line trans- 36/1854
C548-TW
former. 36/1855

AC904 AC906 S6-N

A C 9 0 4 A C 9 0 6 S 6 - N
SPEAKER UNITS

Metal swivel running in the guides on the Optional connecting kit for installing Screwed-down metal fitting for securing
rear of the aluminium columns. It is sup- more than one sound column of the sound columns of the 500 range on the
plied with all models in the 500 range C500 range vertically. B18-N tripod.
with the exception of the C512-T and
C550-T columns, which are supplied with
36/1854 and 36/1855 fixed brackets.
7.2
POLAR DIAGRAMS POLAR DIAGRAMS
5 dB/div. 5 dB/div.
f=2 kHz f=2 kHz
d=3 m d=3 m

C512- T C524-T

Horizontal Vertical Horizontal Vertical


Plane Plane Plane Plane

POLAR DIAGRAMS POLAR DIAGRAMS


5 dB/div. 5 dB/div.
f=2 kHz f=2 kHz
d=3 m d=3 m

C548-T C548-TW

Horizontal Vertical Horizontal Vertical


Plane Plane Plane Plane

POLAR DIAGRAMS
5 dB/div.
f=2 kHz
d=3 m

C550-T

Horizontal Vertical
Plane Plane

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M O D E L C 512 - T C524-T C548-T C548-T W C550-T

Colour Pale grey

Rated output 12 W 24 W 48 W 50W

Adjustable output 12-6-3 W 24-12-6 W 48-24-12 W 50-25-12.5 W

Number of loudspeakers 2 4 4 two-cone 4+1 tweeter 2+1 tweeter

Line transformer inputs 25-50-70-100 V

Frequency response 120÷13,000 Hz 100÷18,000 Hz 70÷25,000 Hz 100÷20,000 Hz

Max. sound pressure 106 dB 110 dB 112 dB 107 dB 110 dB

Sensitivity (1W/1m) 95 dB 96 dB 95 dB 90 dB 93 dB

Angle of horiz. dipersion 165° (2 kHz) 145° (2 kHz) 120° (2 kHz)

Angle of vertical dispersion 40° (2 kHz) 35° (2 kHz) 27° (2 kHz) 40° (2 kHz)
SPEAKER UNITS

Class of protection IP 44 IP 55 IP 44

Weight, kg 3.2 5.8 7.2 7.3 3.3

36/1854 36/1854
Brackets included in supply AC904
36/1855 36/1855

Size (LxHxD), mm 166x408x121 166x808x121 166x408x121

7.3
speaker units Walnut sound columns
C 6 2 4 - T 2 4 W

Use of a solid walnut structure, together with the quality of the loudspeakers
used, makes the C624-T column a particularly attractive speaker unit. It is suit-
able for installation in places of worship, conference halls, board rooms and so
on in which, in addition to acoustic quality, refined and discreet aesthetic quali-
ties that fit easily into the existing interior decoration are required. Thanks to the
high directivity of the emission lobe,
the C624-T sound column can even be
used in acoustically “difficult” rooms.
What is more, a “Speech-Enhancer”
filter can also be plugged into the
C624-T column by the user, to
improve the intelligibility of speech in
particularly critical acoustic condi-
AC 9 0 4
tions. The AC904 jointed support, (included in
included in the supply, makes installa- the supply)
tion extremely easy in any conditions.
C624-T C624-T

C624-T 0°
-30° 30°
0 dB

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
- 5 dB

-10 dB
-60° 60°
-15 dB

-20 dB

-90° 2000 90°


Hz

M O D E L C624-T
-120° 120°

-150° 150°
Rated output 24 W
180°
Adjustable output 24-12-6 W
Horizontal Number of loudspeakers 6
Plane
Line transformer inputs 100-70-50-25 V
Frequency response 150÷15,000 Hz
Max. sound pressure 106 dB (rated: 1m/P.)
Sensitivity (1W/1m) 93 dB
Angle of horizontal dispersion (2 kHz) 210°
Angle of vertical dispersion (2 kHz) 20°
Class of protection IP 53
Weight, kg 6.3
Bracket included in supply AC 904
Vertical
Size (LxHxD), mm 140x870x100
Plane

Sound projectors
C 5 5 Ra n g e
C55
220 mm
Made of uv-stabilised self extinguishing
(UL 94-VO rules) abs, with black
202 mm

chromed stainless steel front grid, these


projectors provide optimal quality sound
and high acoustic performances. The
range includes models for indoor use
(C55) or waterproof (C55-S, C55-TW)
C55
also for outdoor applications.
C 5 5 2 0 W adjustable C 5 5 - T W 4 0 W adjustable
SPEAKER UNITS

With transformer, for indoor use. Watertight, with transformer, for out-
door and indoor use.
C 5 5 - S 2 0 W adjustable

Watertight, with transformer, for out-


door and indoor use.
7.4
C 8 6 / 2 0 - T W
speaker units C86/20-TW
Waterproof sound projector
180 mm
20 W adjustable
PASO industrial design

140 mm
Aluminium alloy housing and hot gal-
vanised Class 2C steel front grid. Due to
190 mm its very sturdy and waterproof construc-
tion it is specially designed for tough
environments and in security/evac sys-

130 mm
tems. Equipped with adjustable sliding
mounting bracket. Line transformer
100/70/50 V. Adjustable power output
C86/20-TW 25 mm
20-10-5 W.

C 5 6 / 6 - T “SUNFLOWER”
239 mm 6W adjustable
Design: A. Villa

156 mm
• Original and modern design
• Controlled directivity
• High efficiency
• With transformer for indoor use
• Colour white RAL 9003. It can be sup-
194 mm plied in other colours or finishes on
request for special interior decoration
requirements (shops, boutiques,
C56/6-T C56/6T
offices, etc.).

C 4 8 / 6 - T 6W adjustable

With transformer for indoor use.

C 4 8/12 - T W 12W adjustable

Rain-proof, with transformer, for outdoor and indoor use.


C48/6-T C48/6-2T
C 4 8 / 12 - T W C 4 8 / 12 - 2 T W
C 4 8/6 - 2 T B i d i r e c t i o n a l
6 + 6 W adjustable
C48/6-T C48/6-2T
C48/12-T W C48/12-2T
Using two opposing loudspeakers. It has a line transformer. It
207 mm 207 mm 140 mm
is suitable for indoor systems.

C 4 8 /1 2 - 2 T W B i d i r e c t i o n a l
12+12 W adjustable

Similar to the C48/6-2T but with rainproof loudspeakers, for


outdoor and indoor use.

C46-TW
C 4 6 - T W 6W adjustable

Small sound projector featuring excel-


lent quality of reproduction, with mois-
160 mm 114 mm ture-proof loudspeaker for outdoor use.
Made of pale grey shockproof poly-
styrene, it is equipped with a line trans-
former and a swivelling stainless steel
SPEAKER UNITS

bracket.

C46-TW

7.5
T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M O D E L C55 C55-S C55-T W C56/6-T C46-T W

Colour black front grille - pale grey body white pale grey
Features self-extinguishing ABS body
Rated output 20 W 40 W 6W
Adjustable output 20-10-5 W 40-20-10-5 W 6-3-1,5 W
Line transformer inputs 100-70-50 V 100-70-50-25 V 100-70-50 V
Frequency response 130÷16,000 Hz 150÷6,000 Hz 130÷10,000 Hz 150÷12,000 Hz 140÷15,000 Hz
Coverage angle (2kHz) 70° 110° 90° 180°
Max. sound pressure (1m) 102 dB 103 dB 96 dB
Class of protection IP 44 IP 66 IP 44 IP 54
Weight, kg 3 3.5 1.5 1
Accessories included in supply swivelling bracket

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M O D E L C48/6-T C 4 8 / 12 - T W C48/6-2T C48/12-2TW C 8 6 / 2 0 - T W

Colour white
Features self-extinguishing ABS body die-cast aluminium
Rated output 6W 12 W 6+6 W 12+12 W 20 W
Adjustable output 6-3-1,5 W 12-6-3 W 24-12-6 W 20-10-5 W
Line transformer inputs 100-70-50 V
Frequency response 150÷12,000 Hz 150÷15,000 Hz 170÷12,000 Hz 130÷15,000 Hz
Coverage angle (2kHz) 160° 2x140° 150°
Max. sound pressure (1m) 96 dB 99 dB 96 dB 98 dB 103 dB
Class of protection IP 44 IP 65 IP 44 IP 65 IP 66
Weight, kg 1.5 1.7 2 2.2 3.5
Accessories included in supply swivelling bracket
speaker units

Speaker units for wall and ceiling-mounting


C 3 6 / 6 - T “CANDY”
6W adjustable
Paso Industrial Design

Refined and discreet design intended specifically for schools,


hospitals, waiting-rooms, hotels, shops, offices and restau-
rants. Ideal for both background music and speech. Can be
mounted in any position on a wall or ceiling. Self-extinguish-
ing ABS body, RAL 9003 white with metal front netting.

C36/6-T

C36/6-T
C36/6-T Frequency response
SPEAKER UNITS

Polar
Diagram

7.6
C34-RB
C34-TB

120 mm 218 mm

216 mm
C34-RB C34-TB

C 3 4 - T B • C 3 4 - R B 6 W adjustable

The open-cassette C34-TB and C34-RB speaker units consist of a central body made of UV-stabilised pale grey shock-
proof plastic material and a metal front grille of the same colour. Each unit has a loudspeaker with a broad frequency
response. Each of the two models has a transformer for constant-voltage lines. The C34-RB also has an external stepped
volume control.

C 4 9 / 6 - T
C49/6-T
6 W adjustable

The C49/6-T speaker unit for protrud-


ing ceiling-mounting is made of self-
extinguishing ABS to UL94-VO, colour
RAL9003 white. It is suitable for any
70 mm

indoor environment in which excellent


sound reproduction is required with an
200 mm interesting quality/price ratio. It can
be combined with the C47 unit for ceil-
ing mounting which has a matching
C49/6-T front panel.

C601-TB
C 6 0 1 - T B
6 W adjustable
95 mm 164 mm
The C601-TB speaker unit uses extend-
ed-range high efficiency loudspeakers
to ensure true reproduction. The cabi-
net is made of wood with an outer
white ash lining. It has a transformer
279 mm

for constant-voltage lines. The special


slots can be used to mount it on a wall
or on the ceiling.

C601-TB

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M O D E L C34-TB C34-RB C36/6-T C49/6-T C 6 01 - T B

Rated output 6W
Adjustable output 6-3-1.5-0.8-0.4 W 6-3-1.5 W
Line transformer inputs 100-70-50 V
Frequency response 90÷18,000 Hz 150÷13,000 Hz 110÷12,000 Hz 150÷12,000 Hz
SPEAKER UNITS

Angle of dispersion (2kHz) 140° 150° 160° 120°


Max. sound pressure (1m) 98 dB 96 dB 97 dB 98 dB
Colour grey white white ash
Volume control no yes no
Weight, kg 0.6 1.1 0.75 1.2 1.6

7.7
C42
C 4 2
74 mm
6 W adjustable

The C42 unit for ceiling mounting is


made of self-extinguishing plastic
material to UL94-VO, and consists of a

220 mm
load-bearing ring with pressure
springs for securing to the ceiling plus
a central body for supporting the two-
cone loudspeaker. The body fits into
the ring by rotating it. The colour is
C42
RAL9003 white.

C47/6-TB C 4 7 / 6 - T B
C47/12-T W C 4 7 / 1 2 - T W

The C47/6-TB and C47/12-TW units


for ceiling mounting feature a com-
pact size and excellent acoustic per-
formance. The C47/6-TB is indicated

90 mm
105 mm

for indoor installations, while the


C47/12-TW is recommended for par-
ticularly damp places (bathrooms,
kitchens, swimming pools, under roof-
140 mm
ing, etc.). They are made of self-extin-
C47/6-TB guishing material to UL94-VO, colour
C 4 7 / 12 - T W
RAL9003 white.

C52/10-T C53/10-T
C53/10-T C52/10-T

C 5 2 / 1 0 - T • C 5 3 / 1 0 - T

The C52/10-T and C53/10-T speaker units for flush mounting are designed specifically for rapid installation in false-ceil-
ing panels. The extremely thin front part and the special design of the grille enable the loudspeakers of this range to fit har-
moniously into any environment. Made of stamped metal sheeting, they are ideal for speech and music reproduction and
suitable for installation in meeting halls, shops or offices. To simplify installation, these units are fitted with handy tough
spring-type hooks that enable them to be secured rapidly and safely to the false ceiling. The loudspeakers are equipped with
terminal strips for connection to 100-V constant-voltage lines. The output power steps, selected from among 10, 5 and 2.5
W, give the installation flexibility and allow it to adapt to the acoustic characteristics of the room in which it is used.

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M O D E L C42 C 47 / 6 - T B C 47 / 12 - T W C52/10-T C 5 3 / 10 - T

Rated output 6W 12 W 10 W
Adjustable output 6-3-1.5 W 12-6-3 W 10-5-2.5 W
Line transformer inputs 100-70-50 V 100-70-50 V 100 V
Frequency response 90÷18,000 Hz 110÷12,000 Hz 110÷14,000 Hz 90÷19,000 Hz 80÷17,500 Hz
SPEAKER UNITS

Angle of dispersion (2 kHz) 140° 160° 160° 145° 104°


Max. sound pressure 100 dB 97 dB 99 dB 101 dB 102 dB
Colour white
Installation hole (mm) 180 109 170 215
Weight, kg 1.2 0.75 0.95 1 1.25

7.8
C57-T
95 mm 180 mm

AC908 AC907

95 mm (*) 220 mm
C58/6-T
C58/12-T
C58/24-T

C58/6-T
C58/12-T C57-T (*) 125 mm
C58/24-T for C58/24-T

C 5 7 - T • C 5 8 / 6 - T 6W adjustable
C58/12-T 12W adjustable • C 5 8 / 2 4 - T 24W adjustable

The C57 and C58 ranges for mounting in false ceilings ensure excellent reproduction of both speech and music. Made of stamped metal
sheeting treated with white scratchproof and non-reflecting paint, they will fit elegantly into any environment. Each unit consists of a load-
bearing ring with quick-fitting hooks with springs for easy securing to the ceiling. The central mask with the loudspeaker cabled to the line
transformer fits into the ring with a handy turning movement. The characteristics of the material meet the most stringent safety requirements,
including flame-proofing, applying the optional AC907 protecting cap for the C57-T or AC908 for the C58/6-T and C58/12-T.

C58/12-V

220 mm

C58/12-V 130 mm

V E S U N I T F O R C E I L I N G M O U N T I N G
C 5 8 / 1 2 - V

This is a speaker unit with a double-galvanised steel flameproof cap, designed specifically for sound-distribution systems and
for broadcasting alarm messages in accordance with IEC60849 and BS5839/8 standards. It includes a 12-W two-cone high-
efficiency uniform-response loudspeaker ensuring maximum intelligibility of speech, combined with top-quality reproduction of
sound, ceramic input/output terminal strips, a thermal fuse and an earthing screw. The built-in transformer enables connection
to constant-voltage lines at 100, 70 and 50V with the output adjustable to 12-6-3W.

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

C 5 8 / 12 - T
M O D E L C 57 - T C58/6-T C 5 8 / 12 - V 58/24-T

Rated output 6W 12 W 24 W
Adjustable output 6-3-1.5 W 12-6-3 W 24-12-6 W
Line transformer inputs 100-70-50 V 100-50 V
Frequency response 100÷15,000 Hz 80÷20,000 Hz
SPEAKER UNITS

Angle of dispersion (2 kHz) 150° 130°


Max. sound pressure 102 dB 105 dB 106 dB
Colour white
Installation hole (mm) 160/170 200/210 (190 for C58/12-V)
Weight, kg 1.1 1.3 1.45/1.8 2

7.9
“FASHION” RANGE
C 6 7 - C 6 8
Unit for ceiling mounting
with interchangeable grille
Paso Industrial Design

These products feature a totally innova-


tive technical concept and design. They
consist of a basic metal structure that
supports the various different compo-
nents, and which can be secured to a
C68/12-V C67/6-V false ceiling or to a panel by means of
screws or of spring-type supports avail-
able as optional accessories. For the
VES models, it can be secured in place
by means of the special flameproof cap.
The special attractive grilles, which can
be chosen from among a whole range
of models and colours are then snapped
onto the basic structure. This means that
there is a wide choice of combinations
and customisation options to meet all
C67/6-T
C68/6-T C68/12-T sorts of technical and aesthetic require-
ments. The range proposed includes
two basic structures: the C67 with a diameter of 196 mm, and the C68 with a diameter of 237 mm. Each of these two struc-
tures is available in a “standard” version for mounting with screws or (optional) spring supports or in the VES version, which
includes a flameproof steel cap, a thermal fuse, ceramic terminals, an earthing plug and internal cabling consisting of flame-
proof cables. The VES versions (distinguished by the suffix –V) meet IEC60849 and BS5839/8 standards. Three different models
of grille are available initially for each structure. These grilles, to be ordered separately depending on the model that is chosen, are
available in RAL9003 white. Customised finishes and colours are available on request.

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M O D E L C 67 / 6 - T C68/6-T C 67 / 6 - V C 6 8 / 12 - V C 6 8 / 12 - T

Rated output 6W 12 W
Adjustable output 6-3-1,5 W 12-6-3 W
Transformer inputs 100-70-50 V
Frequency response 100÷12000 Hz 90÷15000 Hz 200÷13000 Hz 150÷15000 Hz 90÷15000 Hz
Max. sound pressure 100 dB 102 dB 100 dB 105 dB
Size, mm Ø 196 x h 95 Ø 237 x h 68 Ø 196 x h 148 Ø 237 x h 148 Ø 237 x h 68
Weight, kg 0,72 1,0 1,24 1,8 1,2

Accessories

• CG67/5M set of 5 MOON grilles for C67 • CG68/5W set of 5 WAVE grilles for C68
• CG67/5W set of 5 WAVE grilles for C67 • CG68/5D set of 5 DAISY grilles for C68
• CG67/5D set of 5 DAISY grilles for C67 • AC960 pair of spring supports for rapid fixing of the
• CG68/5M set of 5 MOON grilles for C68 C67/6-T and C68/6-T units for ceiling mounting.
SPEAKER UNITS

AC960

MOON WAVE DAISY

7.10
Spot ceiling speakers
CSPOT/6-T CSPOT/6-TN
CSPOT/6-TO CSPOT/6-TS

The CSPOT ceiling speakers are studied to satisfy the


requirements of modern architectural design. The
CSPOT/6-T CSPOT/6-TO small size and the shape of the speaker allow to
camouflage it among the different aesthetic elements
of the ceiling (i.e. lights).
The painted metal structure confers the product
strength and detailed texture. The transducer has
excellent performances in its class, having anyway a
smaller size than the standard ones.
CSPOT/6-TS CSPOT/6-TN

C S P O T T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
Rated power 6W AVAILABLE MODELS
Adjustable output 6-4-2W CSPOT/6-T White colour
Frequency response 100 - 20.000 Hz CSPOT/6-TS Silver colour
Angle of dispersion (2 kHz) 130° CSPOT/6-TO Gold colour
Maximum sound pressure 95 dB CSPOT/6-TN Black colour
Size Ø 105 x h 85 mm
Installation hole 85 mm
Weight, kg 0,55

Speaker units for flush-mounting


C44/6-TB•C44/20-B•C44/20-TB

The ideal applications for the speaker units of the C44 range
are in hospitals, hotels, offices, schools, shops and whenev-
er flush-mounting with a discreet and elegant aesthetic
impact is required. Made of self-extinguishing plastic mate-
rial to UL94-VO with a front metal grille, they are available
in three models ranging from 6 to 20W, each with a line
transformer and a 20W low-impedance version. The option-
al AC901 box for flush mounting enables easy and rapid
A C 9 01
wall or ceiling mounting.

C44/6-TB
C44/20-B
C44/20-TB

C44/20-TB
T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C AT I O N S

M O D E L C44/20-B C44/20-TB C44/6-TB

Rated output 20 W 6W
Adjustable output - 20-10-5-2.5 W 6-3-1.5 W
Transformer inputs - 100-70-50 V
Impedance 8Ω -
Number of loudspeakers 1 two-cone 1 C44/6-TB

Frequancy response 100÷15,000 Hz 150÷13,000 Hz


Angle of dispersion (@ 2 kHz) 120°
Sensitivity (1 W/1 m) 90 dB
SPEAKER UNITS

Max. sound pressure 103 dB 98 dB


Colour white (RAL9003)
Size (LxHxD), mm 165x280x70
Weight, kg 0.88 1.38 0.83
Accessories AC901 box for flush-mounting (162x276x77.5 mm)
Frequency response curve
7.11
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL C69
Line input 100 V
Rated output 5W
Power supply 24 VDC
Absorption 30mA/priority relay-370mA/step-step relay
Size (LxHxD), mm 254x145x55
C69 Weight, kg 0.950

Anti-tampering speaker unit


C 6 9 5 W

The C69 speaker unit can be employed in all safety systems requiring not only normal operation but also the possibility of forc-
ing activation and de-activation of the loudspeaker, as a priority, from a remote location.It consists of a tough aluminium struc-
ture with steel netting, double protection for the loudspeaker and a special ON/OFF button able to withstand tampering. The
C69 speaker unit can be mounted on walls made of metal or other material by means of the special anti-tampering screws sup-
plied with the unit. There are provisions for wall-mounting using the AC902 box for wall-mounting, available on request.

Cabinet-mounted speaker units


speaker units

“ONDA” RANGE
Design Lucci Orlandini
C 9 5 / 2 0 - T ( T N ) 20W with transformer
C 9 5 / 4 0 - T ( T N ) 40W with transformer
C 9 5 / 4 0 ( N ) 40W 8 OHM
This line of speaker units features original design and great quality. It is available in the standard colours White (RAL9003)
and Black or, on request, with other finishes and in other colours. The support included in the supply of each unit can be used
to mount it on a wall or ceiling. The
optional AC915 support can be used
to position the speaker unit on a shelf.
The quality of the design makes this a
product for universal use for any inte-
rior sound-broadcasting requirement.

C95/20
AC915

C95/20-T C95/40-T C95/40

Polar
C95/20-T
320 mm
Diagram

C95/20 Frequency response


215 mm
SPEAKER UNITS

93 mm

7.12
C92/40 C92/20
90° 90°

120° 60° 120° 60°


0 dB
0 dB
- 5 dB
- 5 dB

-10 dB
-10 dB
30° 150° 30°
150°
-15 dB
-15 dB

-20 dB
-20 dB

2000 180° 2000 0°


180° 0° Hz
Hz

-30° -150° -30°


-150°

Polar
-60°
Diagram
-120° -60° -120°

-90° -90°

C92/40 Frequency response

C92/20-T C92/20-TN
C92/40 C92/40-N
C92/40-T C92/40-TN

C 9 2 / 4 0 4 0 W 8 OHM
C 9 2 / 2 0 - T 2 0 W adjustable
C 9 2 / 4 0 - T 4 0 W adjustable

The products of the Paso C92 range are wall-mounted speaker units with shockproof semi-foam polystyrene chassis, available
in white (C92/20-T, C92/40, C92/40-T) or black (C92/20-TN, C92/40-N, C92/40-TN). They are ideal for installing in any
interior, when high-quality sound is required with true reproduction of both music and speech. Low-impedance models are avail-
able in the 40W version (C92/40 (N) as well as a 40W model (C92/40-T(N) and a 20W model (C92/20-T(N) with line trans-
formers. Each model is supplied with a bracket for securing it to a wall. The optional accessories include brackets for fixing the
units in groups of 2, 3 or 4 loudspeakers to form an angle of cover of 180°, 270° and 360° respectively.

Optional bracket for wall-mounting

AC922 AC923 AC924

For fixing 2 speaker units: For fixing 3 speaker units: For fixing 4 speaker units:
AC922-B colour white AC923-B colour white AC924-B colour white
AC922-N colour black AC923-N colour black AC924-N colour black
90°

C82/10 120°
0 dB
60°

- 5 dB

-10 dB
150° 30°
-15 dB

-20 dB

180° 2000 0°
Hz

Polar -150° -30°

Diagram -120° -60°


-90°

C82/10 Frequency response

C82/10-TN C82/10-T

C 8 2 / 1 0 1 0 W adjustable and 1 0 W 8 OHM


SPEAKER UNITS

The two-way speaker units of the C82/10 range are made of plastic material and available in white (C82/10-T) or black
(C82/10-TN). The high-level acoustic performance in spite of their small size and the attractive design are the distinctive
features of this model. These speaker units are indicated for indoor installation. A rotary switch enables the 100 V con-
stant-voltage connection (10-5-2.5 W) or the low-impedance (8Ω) connection to be selected. The built-in fixing bracket
enables easy wall-mounting either in a vertical or in a horizontal position. The spring-type terminal strip enables rapid con-
nection of the wiring.
7.13
speaker units C402-T 6W adjustable
C402-T
The two-way C402-T speaker unit is

78 mm
characterised by its small size and hi-fi
sound-reproduction. It consists of an
95 mm
extruded aluminium weight-bearing
structure and is equipped with a line
transformer and a swivelling fixing rod.

182 mm
C402-T

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M O D E L C 8 2 / 10 - T C92/20-T C92/40 C92/40-T

Rated output 10 W 20 W 40 W
Adjustable output 10-5-2.5 W 20-10-5-2.5 W – 40-20-10-5 W
Impedance 8Ω – 8Ω –
Number of loudspeakers 1 W + 1 Tw 1broadband 1 W + 1 Tw
Line transformer inputs 100 V 100-70-50 V 8Ω 100-70-50 V
Frequency response 200÷22,500 Hz 100÷15,000 Hz 100÷18,000 Hz
Sound pressure
98 dB 103 dB 104 dB
at 1 m, rated output
Angle of dispersion (2 kHz) 115° 120°
Weight, kg 1.24 2.1 2 2.6
Optional accessories – AC922 -AC923 - AC924

T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

M O D E L C95/20-T C95/40 C95/40-T C402-T

Rated output 20 W 40W 6W


Adjustable output 20-10-5-2.5 W – 40-20-10-5 W 6-3-1.5 W
Impedance – 8Ω – –
Number of loudspeakers 1broadband 1 W + 1 Tw
Line transformer inputs 100-70-50 V – 100-70-50 V
Frequency response 130÷20,000 Hz 100÷18,000 Hz 200÷18,000 Hz
Sound pressure
104 dB 98 dB
at 1 m, rated output
Angle of dispersion (2 kHz) 150° 120° 210°
Weight, kg 2.1 2.2 2.8 1.2
Optional accessories AC915 –
SPEAKER UNITS

7.14
C59-T
Suspended speaker unit
C59-T 15W adjustable

High-quality round speaker unit suit-


able also for use in rooms that are par-
ticularly difficult from the acoustic and

176 mm
plant-engineering point of view. Ele-
gant and discreet, it is made of white
ABS and each unit has a line trans-
C59-T
202 mm former and a device for securing it to
the ceiling. The cable allows a maxi-
mum distance of 4 m.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
M O D E L C59-T
dB C59-T
100
Colour white
Rated output 15 W 80

Adjustable output 15-7.5-3.5 W 60

Number of loudspeakers 1 two-cone 40


Line transformer inputs (int. prearr.) 100-70-50 V
20
Frequency response 70÷20,000 Hz
0
Max. sound pressure (1m) 100 dB 20Hz 4 6 100 2 4 6 1kHz 2 4 6 10k 20

Angle of dispersion 80° (2 kHz) horizontal


Class of protection IP 54
Frequency response
Weight, kg 1.8

Prosound speaker units


speaker units

C 9 8 0
150W Long-term power (IEC 268-3)
80W RMS

A professional bass-reflex two-way speaker unit with a crossover filter. Broad and
uniform frequency response with controlled directivity. Original and ergonomi-
cally designed cabinet in shockproof semi-foam material with built-in carrier han-
dle. The C980 is particularly suitable for high-quality medium-to-high power
sound-broadcasting and for reinforcement applications for voice and instruments
of music groups and as a quality monitor. With the optional TM106-I trans-
former it can be used with constant-voltage lines at 100, 70 or 50V.

C 9 8 0

dB C980
C980 +10

-10

-20

-30

1000 Hz
2000 Hz -40 Hz
4000 Hz
20 100 1000 10000 20000
Horizontal Vertical
Plane Plane Frequency response on the axis 1W/1m

C 9 8 0 T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
Rated output W RMS 80 W Sound pressure at rated power 116 dB
Maximum long-term output 150 W Size (LxHxD), mm 250x405x257
Adjustable output 80-40-20 W with TM106 Weight, kg 6,1
SPEAKER UNITS

Impedance 8Ω OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES


Line transformer inputs 100-70-50 V with TM106 Line transformer TM106-I
Loudspeakers 1W+1TW Floor-standing base B102
Angle of horiz. dispersion (@ 2 kHz) 200° Jointed wall-mounting support AC904
Angle of vert. dispersion (@ 2 kHz) 180° Support for floor-standing base AC930

7.15
Active speaker unit
C A 9 8 0
80W RMS

The CA980 active speaker unit, which


has the same aesthetic and acoustic fea-
tures as the C980 speaker unit, has a
built-in 80 W RMS amplifier with a
switchable balanced micro/line input
and an output for cascade connection
of several speaker units. The amplifier is
protected against electrical and thermal
overloads, and has a sophisticated
power dynamics limiter enabling undis-
torted reproduction of sound even when
the signal features marked peaks.

C A 9 8 0

C A 9 8 0 T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

Power supply 230 VAC±10% LINE INPUT


Maximum consumption 120 W Line sensitivity 600 mV
Consumption on stand-by 8W Frequence response 40÷16,500 Hz (-3 dB)
Rated output 80 W Signal/noise ratio 83 dB
Number of loudspeakers 2 MICRO INPUT
Angle of horiz. dispersion (@ 2 kHz) 180° Sensitivity/impedance 15 mV/1.5 kΩ
Cross-over filter 2 kHz Frequency response 210÷16,500 Hz (-3 dB)
Slope of cross-over filter 6 dB/octave Signal/noise ratio 62 dB
Inputs No. 2 6.3-mm jack-type sockets Size (LxHxD), mm 250x405x257
Limiter activation -2 dB rated output Weight, kg 8

Accessories

• B102 floor-standing base


• AC930 support for securing to B102 base
• TM92 repeater for galvanic separation of the signal.

B102 AC930
SPEAKER UNITS

7.16
Exponential horns with separate drive units
speaker units
TR2 330 mm 340 mm

180 mm

180 mm
TR3
430 mm 515 mm

290 mm

290 mm
TR3 TR2

TR2 • TR3 • UT45 • UT46 • UT56

The TR2 and TR3 exponential horns, with rectangular open- TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
ings, are made of grey Moplen. They are unbreakable and
weatherproof. Each horn has a swivelling bracket for securing
it in place and a rear cap capable of holding the UT45, UT46
M O D E L TR2 TR3
or UT56 magneto-dynamic units, supplied separately, as UT45/UT46
shown in the following table. Applicable unit UT45/UT46
UT56
Frequency cut-off 300 Hz 250 Hz
Angle of dispersion Vertical 60° Horizontal 120°
Weight, kg 1.2 2.3
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Class of protection IP44
short swivelling rod long swivelling rod
Accessories
M O D E L UT45 UT46 UT56 36/146-VGM 36/147-VGM

Applicable horn TR2/TR3 TR3


Output 25/35 W 35/45 W
Impedance 16 Ω - -
Line transformer inputs
No Yes Yes
100-70-50-25 V
Frequency response 250÷8,500 Hz 250÷8,000 Hz
119 dB (TR2) UT46 UT56
Sound pressure 123 dB
121 dB (TR3)
Spare membrane UT32 UT11
Weight, kg 1.5 2.5 2.7
Size (ØxH), mm 105x75 105x155 116x160 UT45

Sincro mix long-range multiple horn


speaker units

TR400-SX

545 mm
410 mm

410 mm

680 mm

TR400-SX T R 4 0 0 - S X • U T 6 0 • U T 1 5 0

Thanks to its specific structure, the Paso TR400-SX “Sincromix” horn synchronis-
SPEAKER UNITS

es the sound waves generated by the single units when their acoustic pressure is
still in the initial expansion phase. This horn can fit four UT60 (60W/16Ω) or
UT150 (150W/16Ω) compression units, supplied separately. Each unit uses its
own horn, folded back in order to radiate the acoustic energy produced follow-
ing its own independent path. This arrangement prevents the generation of tur-
bulence in the air and considerably reduces interference between the various dif- UT60 UT150

7.17
ferent units. The result is very high efficiency combined with perfect intelligibility of speech.
These features, and the watertight design with reinforced fibreglass material make it particularly suitable for powerful sound-
broadcasting and/or alarm-signalling systems for airports, motor-racing circuits, horse-racing courses, sports fields, etc.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L TR400-SX M O D E L UT60 U T 15 0

Rated output max. 600W (4 UT150 units) 240W (4 UT60 units) Features unit for TR400-SX horn
Units to be applied 4xUT60, 4xUT150 Rated output 60 W 150 W
Angle of dispersion Horizontal 125° Vertical 150° Impedance 16Ω
Class of protection IP44 Frequency response 150÷6,000 Hz 100÷10,000 Hz
Features Reinforced fiberglass Sound pressure 112 dB (1W/1m) 114 dB (1W/1m)
Size (LxHxD), mm 680x410x545 Magnet ceramic
Weight, kg 10, without units Size (ø x h), mm 114x112 116x100
Weight, kg 1.6 3

Aluminium horns complete with drive units


speaker units

Weather-proof version
TRX20-TW
TRX20-V

25 mm
230 mm

Ø 213 mm
50 mm

90,5 mm
127 mm
TR10-TW

TR30-TW

261 mm

25 mm
Ø 259 mm

50 mm
TR30-TW
105,5 mm

TRX20-TW
143 mm
TRX20-V

TR10- T W • TR30- T W • TRX20- T W • TRX20-V TR10-TW

The TR10-TW, TRX20-TW and TR30-TW horn type speaker units are particularly 179,5 mm
25 mm

well suited for outdoor use, even in difficult weather conditions. They feature a
125,5 mm

watertight construction and a high level of weatherproofing. The body is made of 50 mm

die-cast aluminium while the screws and brackets are made of stainless steel. The
90,5 mm

horn is made of aluminium sheeting for the 20W and 30W models, and of shock-
proof ABS for the model TR10-TW. Each model has a line transformer and a rear 127 mm
switch for selecting the operating output. The TRX20-V has been designed to
be used in security installations and has a 4KV resistant line trans-
former, a thermal fuse which excludes the speaker in case of over-
heating, a ground connector and a flame resistant connecting cable.

TRX20-TW TR30-TW TR10-TW


Horizontal Vertical
TRX20-V Plane Plane

SPEAKER UNITS

-30° 30°
0 dB

- 5 dB

-10 dB
-60° 60°
-15 dB

-20 dB

2000 -90° 2000 90°


Hz Hz

-120° 120°

-150° 150°
180°

7.18
T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
TRX20-T W
M O D E L TR30-T W TRX20-T WP
T R 10 - T W

Rated otput 30 W 20 W 10 W
Adjustable output (100V line) 30-20-15-10-5 W 20-15-10-5-2.5 W 10-5-3-1 W
Frequency response 350÷6,000 Hz 350÷12,500 Hz 450÷10,000 Hz
Angle of dispersion (2kHz) 70° 80° horizontal:100° vertical:90°
Efficiency 107 dB (1 W/1 m) 110 dB (1 W/1 m) -
Maximun sound pressure 122 dB (Pnom/1m) 123 dB (Pnom/1 m) 112 dB (Pnom/1 m)
Class of protection IP66 IP65
Colour pale grey
Size (ØxL), mm 259x261 213x230 (LxHxD) 176x125.5x179.5
Net weight, kg 1.75 1.5 1.2

Extended-range two-way horn


speaker units

TR20-HF T R 2 0 - H F 16 W adjustable
TR40-HF T R 4 0 - H F 4 0 W adjustable

356 mm
The TR20-HF and TR40-HF horns are
two-way speaker units characterised
by high efficiency, an extensive fre-
240 mm

quency response and excellent hold-


ing power. The type of construction
and materials used enable them to be
used outside, even in unfavourable
308 mm
weather. The body of the speaker unit
is made of reinforced polypropylene,
self-extinguishing to UL 94-VO. The
medium-to low range is reproduced
by a folded horn fed by a cone-type
TR20-HF/TR40-HF loudspeaker (mid-woofer), while
reproduction of the higher range is
made by to a compression unit (tweeter) coupled to a constant-directivity horn (TR40-HF) or to a dome-type unit (TR20-
HF). A crossover filter separates the frequencies sent to the two loudspeakers. The specific shape of these speaker units
gives rise to almost constant and controlled coverage of the sound spectrum and makes them particularly suitable for all
applications in which the efficiency typical of horn speaker units needs to be accompanied by a pleasant tone colour
and perfect intelligibility.

TR20-HF
TR40-HF
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

M O D E L TR20-HF TR40-HF

Rated output 16 W 40 W
Adjustable output 16-8-4-2 W 40-20-10-5 W
Horizontal Vertical
Transformer inputs 100-70-50 V 100-70-50-25 V Plane Plane
Frequency response 110÷20,000 Hz 110÷17,000 Hz dB TR20-HF
+10
Angle of horiz. dispersion 45° (2 kHz)
0
SPEAKER UNITS

Angle of vert. dispersion 80° (2 kHz)


-10
Sound pressure (1m/Pnom) 116 dB 118 dB -20
Class of protection IP44 -30

Size (LxHxD), mm 356x240x308 -40 Hz


20 100 1000 10000 20000
Weight, kg 4.2 6.2
Frequency response on the axis 1W/1m
7.19
speaker units Accessories for speaker units
EXPLOSION-PROOF CASING
W M S 1 4

For the UT46 and UT56 magneto-dynamic units, to be com-


bined with type TR2 and TR3 horns. Supplied with a certificate
of conformity with CESI EX-90.042X/N. Made of cast-iron.
Attenuation: 5 dB. Weight: 4.4 kg. Cable gland not included
in the supply.

2 7 / 9 4

Sleeve for mounting horns on the B18-N tripod.

WMS14 27/94

TRANSFORMER-TYPE ATTENUATORS
STANDARD RANGE
T L 10 10W • T L 3 5 35W
T L 3 5 - R 3 5 W with relay • T L 5 0 5 0 W

These attenuators can be used to adjust the acoustic level in


a room by attenuating the sound performance of speaker
units with transformers, in constant-voltage systems (100-
70-50 V). Each unit is equipped with a high transfer factor
autotransformer, an 11-position switch and with front
masks. They are easy to flush-mount using the optional
27/901 box. Model TL35-R is equipped with a relay capa-
ble of excluding attenuation in the presence of alarm sig-
TL10/TL35(R)/TL50
nals having priority.

2 7 / 9 01 B o x f o r f l u s h - m o u n t i n g
Plastic box for flush-mounting the TL10, TL35(R) and TL50 attenuators. Size in mm: (L) 107 (H) 72 (D) 53.

LS6-R
Selector switch for constant-voltage lines
The LS6-R selector switch can be used to switch 6 different programs from constant-
voltage lines to one or more loudspeakers. Equipped with a by-pass relay for pri-
ority calls, it has provisions for connection to an attenuator of the TL..-E range.

LS6-R

T L 51
Panel-mounted volume control
The TL51 is a volume control for panel-mounting for 100, 70 and 50 V constant-
voltage lines. It attenuates a maximum output of 50 W with 11 adjustment steps.
SPEAKER UNITS

TL51

7.20
TRANSFORMER-TYPE ATTENUATORS
EUROPA RANGE
T L 12 - E 12 W • T L 3 6 - E 3 6 W
T L 3 6 - R E 3 6 W with relay • T L 5 0 - E 5 0 W
TL100-RE 100W

These can be used to adjust the acoustic level in a room by


attenuating the sound performance of one or more loud-
speakers with transformers in constant-voltage systems (100-
70-50 V). Each unit has an autotransformer with a high trans-
fer factor, an 11-position switch and front mask. They are
easily flush-mounted in a wall thanks to the optional AC911
box (with the exception of the TL100-RE) or wall-mounted
using the optional AC913 and AC914 boxes. Models TL36-
RE and TL100-RE are equipped with relays capable of exclud-
TL12-E ing the attenuators in the presence of an alarm signal having
TL36-E(RE) priority. The connections are made by means of removable
TL100-RE TL50-E
terminal strips with slide couplings.

A C 9 11 B o x f o r f l u s h - m o u n t i n g

Plastic box for flush-mounting the TL12-E, TL36(RE) and TL50-E attenuators and the
LS6-R selector switch. Size in mm: (L) 70 (H) 70 (D) 50.

A C 913 A d a p t o r
Plastic adaptor for protruding wall-mounting of the TL12-E, TL36-E (RE) and TL50-E
attenuators and of the LS6-R line selector.
Size in mm: (L) 81 (H) 81 (D) 49.

A C 914 A d a p t o r
Adaptor for wall-mounting the TL100-
RE attenuator.
Size in mm: (L) 82 (H) 155 (D) 51.

AC913 AC914

P8056 6 zone multiple attenuator

The P8056 is a multiple volume-control for 50, 70 and 100 V constant-voltage lines in standard 19”, 1U, chassis for rack mount-
ing. It consists of 6 inductive attenuators made up of 11 steps each, split up into two lines, each of which can take a maximum
load of 50 W. Each attenuator has a by-pass relay for sending out announcements and messages without attenuation. Each relay
requires a 24 V power supply with an absorption of 10 mA. The rear terminal strips are of the pull-out type with slide mountings.

P8056
SPEAKER UNITS

P8056

7.21
Index

AC922 (B e N). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.13 B18-N. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4


A ■■■
■ AC923 (B e N). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.13 B20-N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4

A13-N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4 AC924 (B e N). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.13 B44-N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4

AC20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.4 AC930 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.3 - 7.16 B53-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.5

AC21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.4 AC960 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.10 B60-N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3

AC25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.4 - 4.6 - 4.9 AC2095 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.11 B70 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3

AC29-BNC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.4 AC5801-D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.24 B102 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.3 - 7.16

AC30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.10 AC8010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.4 B116. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3

AC31. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.10 AC8020 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.4 B160 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3

AC32. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2 - 1.13 - 4.9 AC8030 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5 B500/12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.8

AC33 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2 - 1.5 AC8040 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5 B500/24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.8

AC34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2 - 1.13 AC8050 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5 B500/32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.8

AC36 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.12 AC8051-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5 B501-M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4

AC37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.12 AC8052 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5 B601-P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.6

AC38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.12 ACV100. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.5 B611. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.6

AC39 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.12 AR2-BNC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.4 B613. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.6

AC50 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.24 AW5120 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.15 B616. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.6

AC51 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.24 AW5240 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.15 BS10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.5

AC52 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.24 AW8121 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.2

AC54-D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.24 AW8241 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.2

AC55 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.15 AW8501 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.2


C ■■■

AC56 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.18 AX3032 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.17 C34-RB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.7

AC57 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.18 AX3304 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.17 C34-TB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.7

AC60 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.8 AX3306 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.17 C36/6-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.6

AC304 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.13 AX3312 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.17 C42 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.8

AC501 . . . . . . . . 1.13 - 4.5 - 4.6 - 4.9 AX5060 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.14 C44/20-B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.11

AC902. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.12 AX5120 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.14 C44/20-TB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.11

AC904 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.2 - 7.4 AX5240 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.14 C44/6-TB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.11

AC906 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.2 AX8120 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.1 C46-TW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.5

AC907. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.9 AX8240 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.1 C47/12-TW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.8

AC908 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.9 C47/6-TB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.8

AC911 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.21 C48/12-2TW. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.5

AC913 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.21
B ■■■
■ C48/12-TW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.5
INDEX

AC914 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.21 B10-N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4 C48/6-2T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.5

AC915 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.12 B12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3 C48/6-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.5


8.1
Index

C49/6-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.7 C550-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.2

C52/10-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.8 C601-TB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.7


F ■■■

C53/10-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.8 C624-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.4 F11-C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4

C55 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.4 C980 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.15 F5-N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4

C55-S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.4 CA980 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.16

C55-TW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.4 CG67/5D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.10

C56/6-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.5 CG67/5M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.10


I ■■■

C57-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.9 CG67/5W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.10 ITC2000-C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.23

C58/12-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.9 CG68/5D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.10

C58/12-V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.9 CG68/5M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.10

C58/24-T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.9 CG68/5W. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.10


L ■■■

C58/6-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.9 CP02. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5 LAC50 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.22

C59-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.15 CP122-B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5 LAFSM01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.22

C67/6-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.10 CSPOT/6-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.11 LARX01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.22

C67/6-V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.10 CSPOT/6-TN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.11 LASC100. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.22

C68/12-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.10 CSPOT/6-TO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.11 LASC50. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.22

C68/12-V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.10 CSPOT/6-TS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.11 LATR100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.22

C68/6-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.10 CV15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.7 LATR50 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.22

C69 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.12 CV24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.7 LAX200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.21

C82/10-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.13 CV32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.7 LAX450 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.21

C86/20-TW. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.5 CV34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.7 LAX50 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.22

C92/20-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.13 CV35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.8 LAX800 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.21

C92/40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.13 CV301-B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.13 LS6-R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.20

C92/40-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.13 CV305-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.13

C95/20-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.12 CV310-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.13

C95/40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.12 CV320-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.13


M ■■■

C95/40-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.12 M1-NC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.2

C402-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.14 M610-C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1

C416-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.1
D ■■■
■ M906. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1

C424-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.1 DAG9200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.4 M936 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.19 - 4.1

C432-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.1 DLC9000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.18 M936-J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1

C512-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.2 DMG9016. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.3 M961-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1

C524-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.2 DTM9000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.3 M961-V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.5


INDEX

C548-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.2 M980. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1

C548-TW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.2 M981 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1


8.2
Index

MA153-FX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1 P8004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.25 PM2060-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.10

MA153-TX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1 P8006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.7 PM2061-V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.10

MA153/R208-FX . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.4 P8008-D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.25 PM2091-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.11

MA153/R208-KX . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.5 P8011-D÷P8014-D. . . . . . . . . . . 1.25 PM2092-V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.11

MA155-FX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1 P8023 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.12 PM2093-V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.12

MA155-TX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1 P8024-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.13 PM2093-VL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.12

MA155/R208-FX . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.4 P8030 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.20 PM2094-V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.11

MA155/R208-KX . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.5 P8031 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.25 PM2095. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.11

MA425-FX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1 P8032 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.25 PMB130-V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.14

MA425/R408-FX . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.4 P8035 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.25 PMB131 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.13

MB30-GLN . . . . . . . . 1.13 - 4.2 - 4.8 P8036 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.20 PMB136 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.13

MB30-GN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2 - 4.8 P8038 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.9 PMB139-V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.14

MB60-GLN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.13 P8056 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.21 PMS2001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.1

MC53 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1 P8081 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5 PMS2002-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.1

MC101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2 P8082 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.25 PMW60 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.14

MC101-P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.19 - 4.2 P8082/6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.25 PMW120 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.14

MC101-W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2 P8084 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5 PMW240 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.14

MC101-WP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2 P8085-B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5 PMW500-V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.15

MC200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2 PA140 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.1

MC300 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.5 PA212 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.2

MX8033 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.10 PA312. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.1


R ■■■

PM2011-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.4 R170-TX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.2

PM2011-V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.4 R208-TX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.2


P ■■■
■ PM2020-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.5 R234 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.3

P5201-D÷P5203-D . . . . . . . . . . 1.25 PM2020-V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.5 R408-FX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.2

P5404-D÷P5410-D . . . . . . . . . . 1.24 PM2021-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.6 RD200-FX. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.3

P5416-D÷P5440-D . . . . . . . . . . 1.24 PM2021-V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.6

P5506-N. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.24 PM2022-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.7

P5712-B÷P5740-B . . . . . . . . . . . 1.24 PM2023-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.5


S ■■■

P5808 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.24 PM2040-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.7 S1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3

P5812-D÷P5840-D . . . . . . . . . . 1.24 PM2041-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.8 S4-G . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.1

P8001-B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.25 PM2042-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.9 S6-N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.2

P8002-M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.25 PM2043-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.8 S8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3


INDEX

P8003/1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.25 PM2044-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.9 S9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3

P8003/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.25 PM2045-V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.9 S10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3


8.3
Index

SDA200. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.21 TR2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.17 31/133 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.9

SDA200-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.21 TR3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.17 31/135 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.13

SDB200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.21 TR7/4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.2 36/1854. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.2

SDM200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.21 TR7/8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.2 36/1855. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.2

SDP220 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.21 TR10-TW. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.18

SDT101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.22 TR20-HF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.19

SL1120-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.5 TR30-TW. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.18

SWPMB1.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.6 TR40-HF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.19

SWPMS1.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.6 TR400-SX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.17

TRX20-TW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.18

TRX20-V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.18
T ■■■

T1120-B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.1

T1140 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.1
U ■■■

T1220-LB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.1 UT45. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.17

TA16. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.4 UT46. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.17

TA220-FRX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.4 UT56. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.17

TA222-F1+F3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.4 UT60. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.17

TCA40B-LTX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.2 UT150. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.17

TCA40B-TX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.2

TIA120. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.20

TL10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.20
W ■■■

TL12-E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.21 WMS14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.20

TL35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.20

TL35-R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.20

TL36-E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.21 ■■■■


TL36-RE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.21 27/59 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3

TL50 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.20 27/94 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.20

TL50-E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.21 27/360 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.2

TL51 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.20 27/901 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.22 - 7.20

TL100-RE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.21 27/2466 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.4 - 3.5

TM80 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.5 27/2469 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.19 - 5.2

TM90 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.10 27/4134 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.18


INDEX

TM92 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.5 - 2.2 - 7.16 27/4350 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.9

TM106-I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.15 27/4555. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.22


8.4
Notes
Notes
company presentation

systems

amplifiers

sound sources
microphones
and microphone stands

wireless microphones

mobile systems

speaker units