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Dolby Surround: An effect of channel coding to the rear channel stereo sound. Playback will need a surround sound decoder from the coded sound signal separated. Dolby Surround (Dolby Surround) is the original Dolby multichannel analog film sound format (Dolby analog and Dolby SRSpectral Recording sound spectrum recorded) version of the consumer. Dolby Surround tracks produced, four channels of audio information - left, right and a single surround channel - the matrix of encoded sound tracks on the two. And television programs such as video and stereo program source will carry a two-track access to millions of households, the Dolby Pro Logic (Dolby Pro Logic) decoding technology to restore the original four-channel surround sound.
SURROUND CONTROLLER The ASP510 integrates easily and seamlessly with any mixing console to provide comprehensive control of the monitoring and record functions for multiple surround sound formats including: 5.1, LCRS, Dolby Surround, DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, DTS, and SACD. 5 preset MONITOR FORMATS. Supports three 5.1 SURROUND and three STEREO sources. 8 inputs from console (5.1 SURROUND plus STEREO). 8 outputs to recorders (5.1 SURROUND plus STEREO). Switchable ENCODER/DECODER insertion. 6 speaker outputs, each with LEVEL TRIM. Individual speaker CUT/ISOLATE functions. Universal console SOLO and MONITOR system interface. User definable Monitor REFERENCE and DIM levels. Internal PINK NOISE generator. GUIDE track input. Ergonomic control surface with clear status indication. Easy system integration. State of the art performance. APPLICATIONS Surround sound music production. DVD-V and DVD-A authoring. Film and Video Post-Production. Film Production and Foley. SACD authoring. DTS authoring. MONITOR FORMAT SUB GUIDE MODE Video games production. Digital television. IS O LATE Audio visual production. STER D OURCE EO RECOR S VOLUME Multi-channel OBs. BU S E NC O /P ENCODER/ STEREO DECODER MONITOR SOURCE SURROUND SUR RO UND C ONT ROL L ER SUR RO UND C ONT ROL L ER MONIT RI OR T M POWER 0 0 0 0 0 0 S U RR O U N D S O U N D CO N T RO L L E R -10 +10 -10 +10 -10 +10 -10 +10 -10 +10 -10 +10 L R C SUB LS RS SPECIFICATIONS The ASP510 comprises a single height rack unit and a Nominal levels +4dBu small desk-top remote. It handles all of these tasks: Maximum input > +20dBu Maximum output > +20dBu Selection of 5 preset MONITOR FORMATS : 5.1, LCRS, STEREO, MONO Frequency response +/-0.25dB and BYPASS allowing surround monitoring to be collapsed into 4, 2 or 1 22Hz -22kHz channel formats all with the correct down-mix coefficients for THD and noise <0.003% instantaneous compatibility checks. The BYPASS switch allows the main @+4dBu, 1kHz Left and Right monitor speakers to be fed directly by your mixing console Noise <-96dB control room outputs when you are not working on a surround project. 22Hz - 22kHz Integration of your console solo logic system so that the surround Crosstalk(Source/source)>80dB 1kHz monitor system can detect and insert soloed signals exactly as youre used to. The ASP510 even has a remote DIM input so that your console Channel matching +/-0.25dB can continue to DIM the monitors when talkback is active. 0 to-47.5dB System interfaces: Individual CUT and ISOLATE switches for each of the six monitors. This makes for easy calibration of the monitor system using the 25pin D-type females for: programmable Monitor REFERENCE and DIM utilities along with the 5.1 Surround play A and B internal Pink Noise generator. 5.1 Surround bus inputs Stereo record/transmission & play Console interface Insertable 80Hz sub-bass filter to allow accurate LFE monitoring. Decoder Selection of up to six MONITOR SOURCES: 25pin D-type males for: 5.1 Surround record A and B SURROUND REC - The 6 console bus outputs used to derive the surround mix. Speaker outputs SURROUND PLAY A - Surround input A (normally the return from multi-channel Encoder recorder A) RJ45 for remote/rack link. SURROUND PLAY B - Surround input B (normally the return from multi-channel recorder B) Sizes: STEREO REC - The source being used to derive the stereo mix. Rack unit: 1U x 280mm STEREO PLAY A - Stereo input A (normally the return from stereo recorder A) Remote: W 230mm D 120mm STEREO PLAY B - Stereo input A (normally the return from stereo recorder B) H 40mm Selection of the STEREO RECORD SOURCE as either the console stereo Power requirements: 115/230v @ 50-60Hz (50VA) bus outputs, a downmix of the surround buses or the output of a Dolby Surround Matrix encoder allowing the creation of simultaneous COMPATIBLE WITH Surround/ Stereo or Surround /LtRt recordings and outputs - great for creating a quick client stereo copy. Insertion of a GUIDE or Production source into the monitoring without it feeding any of the mixes - invaluable when mixing music and dialogue . Insertion of a Dolby Surround ENCODER AND DECODER into the monitor path to allow proper preparation of encoded material. And of course the ASP510 does all this while still maintaining the cleanest possible signal path. All switching is via sealed bifurcated contact relays and gain control is implemented using Digitally Controlled Attenuators - just what you would expect from Audient Analogue Signal Dolby Digital and Dolby Surround are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Incorporated. SACD is a trademark of Sony Corporation DTS is a trademark of Digital Theatre Systems Inc. 50/60Hz MAINS SUPPLY C A U TI O N A T TE N T I O N RISK O F RISQUE DE CHO C 40 WATTS EL ECTRIC SHOCK NE PA S ENL EVER DO NO T OPEN WARN ING S QU PMENT M ST BE E RTHE THI E I U A D DO N OT EXPOSE T RAI N OR M ISTU RE O O ENCODER SURROUND RECORD A AC Sales & Worldwide distribution: Expotus plc, 19-21 Clarendon Road, Watford, Herts, WD1 1JR, England Tel: +44 (0)1923 252998 Fax +44 (0)19232 252978, email:email@example.com For technical information: email: firstname.lastname@example.org In accordance with our policy of continual product development, Audient plc reserves the right to alter specifications without prior notice. E@OE 7/2000
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