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|L4F_PM||2:17am on Friday, July 30th, 2010|
|Feature packed, sounds pretty good too. Addition to my review (4/2003): The player has started flaking out- not recognizing CDs are loaded. Feature packed, sounds pretty good too. Addition to my review (4/2003): The player has started flaking out- not recognizing CDs are loaded.|
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Setting the Clock...... 45 Timer Operations...... 46 Timer Play (Wake-up play)..... 46 Timer Recording..... 49
COMPU LINK Function..... 50 TEXT COMPU LINK Control System..... 51 Information on the MDs (Minidiscs).... 52 MD (Minidisc) Error Messages..... 53 Restrictions Imposed by MDs (Minidiscs)..... 54 Restriction on Copying Digital Material..... 54 Troubleshooting...... 55 Main Specifications..... 56
4/1/98, 4:35 PM
1. Safeguarding against electric shocks, fire hazards and damage
1) A very low current will still flow even when the POWER button is set at STANDBY. To save power and ensure safety when the unit is not going to be used for an extended period of time, disconnect the power cords from the household AC outlet. 2) Do not handle the power cord with wet hands. 3) To unplug the power cord from the wall outlet, always take hold of the molded plug part and pull the plug free rather than pulling the cord. 4) If the power cord is damaged or found to have a disconnected wire or a contact failure, consult your dealer. 5) Do not bend the cord at a sharp angle, and do not pull or twist it. 6) Do not modify the power cord in any way. 7) Do not remove the screws in order to disassemble the unit, and do not touch any of the parts inside the unit. 8) Do not insert metallic objects into the unit. 9) Unplug the power cord if there is a chance that lightning may strike. 10) If water should find its way inside the unit, unplug the power cord from the outlet, and consult your dealer. 11) Do not install the unit in a poorly ventilated location.
1) Avoid placing the unit on or adjacent to an amplifier: this is to prevent the humming caused by the units proximity to some types of amplifiers. Move the unit where it will not be affected by the amplifier. Avoid installing the unit where the ambient temperature will exceed 35 C (95 F) (namely, in direct sunlight, near a heating appliance, etc.) or drop below 5 C (41 F), where it it is very humid or dusty, or where the unit will be subject to vibration. The unit may not function properly if it is moved suddenly from a cold place (0 C (32 F)) to a warm place since condensation may form inside the unit. In such a case, leave the unit standing for about 30 minutes, after which time it should function properly.
3. Cleaning the cabinet
Never use benzine or paint thinners to clean the cabinet as they may mar the units surface finish.
3CD + MD combination deck
CD-TEXT facility supported Simultaneous copying of CD-TEXT characters (track titles, etc.) onto MDs Input of CD disc titles and names of artists enabled
Optional connecting cord This is connected for synchro recording.
CD player, cassette deck or other component made by JVC
Misconnections can be avoided by using the white plugs on the accessory pin cords for the LEFT channel and the red plugs for the RIGHT channel. Insert the plugs all the way in. Incomplete connections cause noise.
Before proceeding, check whether the optical digital cable can be connected.
Connect the stereo amplifier and source component to the DIGITAL (OPTICAL) connectors on the unit using the optical digital cable. One connecting cable is used to transmit the stereo signals (L/R) as the digital signals.
How to use the OPTICAL connectors for the connections 1 Remove the protective cap.
When the connector is not going to be used, fit this protective cap back in position.
CD player, etc.
Note When the synchro recording function is to be used, connect the CD player etc. and units ground side using the pin cord.
To OPTICAL connector (OUT)
2 Check that the end of the optical digital cable is not dirty, and insert it securely.
Optional optical digital cable XU-301BK MD-CD combination deck
To OPTICAL OUT connector Output signal
Optional optical digital cable
To OPTICAL INPUT connector
Stereo amplifier with OPTICAL connector
Before purchasing an optical digital cable (optional), make sure that the cable in question can be connected to the amplifier, etc. Do not bend the optical digital cable. Red light emitted from the OPTICAL OUT connector When the power is turned on, the inside of the connector lights up red. This light is for sending the digital signals. Although this light will not harm your eyes, keep the protective cap in place if the connector is not going to be used.
4/3/98, 4:45 PM
Names of the Parts
CD Parts/Common Parts CD1, CD2, CD3 buttons, lamps and 0 buttons (See pages 11, 12, 13)
These are used to listen to CDs. When the 0 button is pressed, the corresponding tray is opened or closed.
This changes what it is to be shown in the display window.
CD REC button REC SOURCE selector buttons REC PAUSE button REC START button TRACK MARKING mode selector button (AUTO/MANUAL) (See page 32) 4 , buttons (See pages 15, 22)
These are used to locate tracks on a CD or MD.
REC STOP button MD button 3 (play) button
This is used to start CD or MD play.
1 , buttons (See pages 15, 22) CD button
7 (stop) button
Buttons which are not described here function in the exactly same way as their counterparts on the main unit.
Names of the buttons (editing control panel) English
Character input buttons (See page 43)
These enables characters to be input directly when titles are to be given to a CD or MD.
EDIT button SET button ENTER button (See page 43)
This is used to enter the editing modes.
Not used Upper/lower-case letter selector button (See page 43)
Upper-case letters are input when this buttons lamp is off. Lower-case letters are input when this buttons lamp is lighted.
/ > buttons (See pages 25, 43)
In the MIX program play mode: These buttons are used to select theprogram source and tracks. When titles are given: These buttons select the title input mode and track numbers, and they also move the cursor while the characters are input.
3 (Play) button (page 26)
Power ON/OFF operations
CD1, CD2, CD3 buttons POWER button
CD1, CD2, CD3 buttons
To turn on the power
Lamp goes out.
To turn on the power by pressing a function button once
When the power is off, it can be turned on and a function can be selected simply by pressing one of the buttons shown in the figure below.
The currently selected function (CD at the time of purchase) appears in the display window.
If one of these buttons is pressed when a CD is on the corresponding CD tray, continuous play starts from the CD tray which corresponds to the button which was pressed.
To turn off the power
The function is set to CD.
The clock display appears in the display window. It flashes if the clock has not been set.
Remote control Remote control
(The power can be turned OFF only by the POWER button.)
The function is set to MD.
When the 6 button (or the 3 button on the remote control) is pressed, the power is turned on, and the selected function is established. Play will start when the CD has been placed on the tray or the MD has been inserted in its slot.
When an MD is installed or one of the CD trays is opened, the power will be turned on but the function is not selected. If the 0 (MD eject) button is pressed when an MD has been inserted in its slot, the power is switched off after the MD has been ejected.
Power ON/OFF Operations
Listening to CDs
Operate by following the steps below in numerical order.
Continuous Play (playing CD1, CD2 and CD3 through once each)
Example: When playing starting with CDOpen the CD tray (by pressing the CDbutton).
The power comes on, and the CD1 tray opens.
2 Place the CD in position and close the tray.
Place the CD with its label side facing up.
Place an 8-cm CD in the center cutout.
While referring to steps 1 and 2, press the CDbutton and CDbutton, and place CDs in position on the CD2 and CD3 trays. While the tray concerned is being opened or closed or while the CD selection is being changed internally, no operation will result even if the 0 button is pressed. The function is set to CD, and CD1 play starts from track No.1.
3 Press the CD1 button. \ Play now starts.
The numbers of the tracks which have been played are cleared from the music calendar.
When CD3 has been played through, operation stops automatically.
When one or more CDs are already on the trays.
Press the CD1, CD2 or CD3 button corresponding to the CD concerned directly. Continuous play starts with the CD corresponding to the number of the button pressed. If the button is pressed when the power is turned off, continuous play starts when the power is next turned on. When play starts from CD2 The CDs are played in the sequence of CD2 = CD3 = CD1, after which play is automatically stopped. When play starts from CD3 The CDs are played in the sequence of CD3 = CD1 = CD2, after which play is automatically stopped. If one of the trays does not contain a CD, play skips to the CD in the next tray in the sequence.
4/1/98, 4:38 PM
Playing CDs using the 6 button
First set the function to CD.
When the above button is then pressed, play starts from the CD on the tray for which is displayed.
Stopping CD play
Stopping play at any time
When the button on the left is pressed after the function has been set to CD, the track number and play time appear on the display. When all the tracks on a CD have been played through, play will stop automatically.
Stopping play temporarily
If the button on the left is pressed when the function has been set to the CD mode, the play status display and 8 indicator flash. When it is pressed again, play is resumed from the place where it was stopped.
Concerning the CD numbers and play status display
The display shows for each CD tray whether or not a CD has been inserted as well as the play status of the CD.
This is displayed when CD text has been entered. While a CD is playing, this lights in sequence, and it flashes in the pause mode. It goes off when NO DISC is displayed to indicate that a disc has not been inserted.
The CD on the CD tray for which this has lighted is playing.
Precaution concerning volume setting Unlike analog records, CDs have very low levels of noise. If you set the volume on the basis of the level of the noise heard during the intro as you might with an analog record, an unexpectedly loud sound may be delivered as a result. Before turning off the power, turn down the volume to prevent this from happening. If, in step 2, the CD1 button is pressed first while the CD tray is open, the CD tray will close, and play will start from the first track on that CD. Storing CDs Always ensure that each CD is stored in its own case. Do not place CDs in direct sunlight, near a heating appliance or any other location which is susceptible to high temperatures. If cellophane tape, an adhesive sticker or some other form of glue is present on the label side, clean it off before use. Do not stick adhesive labels or write anything on a CD. Do not bend CDs. Do NOT insert shaped CDs, such as CDs in a heart, flower or other shape, because their shape does not match the shape of the CD tray, and using them will give rise to malfunctioning.
CD PITCH CONTROL English
The CD PITCH CONTROL buttons and can be used to vary the CD playback speed by up to 12%. The CD play signals are output to any other device from DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL only when the play speed is set to NORMAL. Normally, NORMAL SPEED should be set.
CD Text is a new function featured by music CDs which CDs available to date did not have: it displays the album title, names of the tracks and artists, and other information. This unit displays the CD Text data using alphanumerics. When material is digitally recorded onto an MD, the CD Text data is recorded together.
To view the CD text information
Press the DISPLAY/CHARA button (or the DISPLAY MODE button on the remote control) in the stop or play mode. Main unit
\ DISC TITLE (or TRACK TITLE) PERFORMER Track number GENRE and play time SONGWRITER COMPOSER ARRANGER MESSAGE
What is displayed changes each time this button is pressed. Text containing more than 13 characters will be scrolled.
may be displayed as shown if the CD is dusty or scratched or if it has been placed upside down on the tray. In a case like this, check whether the CD is upside down, and turn it over if it is. If it is not, check whether the CD is dusty or scratched and clean or replace it if it is. If there are no CDs inside the unit and the 6 button or CD1, CD2 or CD3 button is pressed, the NO DISC message will appear after the corresponding number of the CD. NO DATA is displayed for any item in the CD text for which no data has been recorded. When the REPEAT button of the remote control is pressed during continuous play, the continuous play mode is released and the repeat play mode is established instead.
CD play can be started from a specific track by pressing the corresponding number button(s) on the remote control.
1 Press the CD button.
Press the button corresponding to the CD whose track is to be heard.
2 Press the number button(s).
To play a track from No.1 to No.10 Press the number button ( ~ ) corresponding to the track. To play track No.11 or above
First press the button, and then press one of the number buttons ( ~ ). Example: Track No.15 Press followed by. Example: Track No.20 Press followed by. Example: Track No.25 Press twice followed by.
The track number corresponding to the buttons pressed appears in the display window, and direct play now starts.
Another track can be selected even during play.
Press the number button(s) corresponding to the track which is to be heard. The display now changes to indicate the corresponding track No., and play starts from the beginning of the track concerned. To select a track of a CD on another tray, select the CD tray and then perform the same operation.
Reverse Search and Forward Search
After pressing the
Reverse search or forward search is possible by holding down the corresponding button during play. A garbled sound will be heard during reverse search or forward search. Release your finger when the part to be heard is reached. Main unit Remote control
Reverse search Forward search
Direct Play (starting play from a specific track)
To skip to the previous or next track with this unit, turn the jog dial. With the remote control, tap the or 4 button once. When the operation is performed while the last track on the CD is playing, play moves on to the next CD. Main unit Remote control
To skip to the start of the current or previous track
To skip to the start of the next track
Direct play cannot be initiated by pressing the button alone: this button must be used with one of the number buttons ( ~ ). Neither can direct play be initiated when MIX PROGRAM13 or RANDOM appears on the display. In this case, clear the display first.
Titles for up to 200 CDs can be stored in the units memory. When one of these CDs is inserted, its title will be displayed. Track titles and other CD text information is copied together during digital recording. To stop operation at any time In the play mode, press the 7 (stop) button. In the stop mode, press the 6 button.
When the title or name of the artist has been entered
6 Press the TITLE button.
EDITING appears, and the data is stored in the memory IC. To enter the name of the artist, repeat the procedure starting from step 1.
Selecting and entering a genre (genres for up to 200 CDs can be stored)
Continued from step 1 on page 17
5 Use the jog dial to select and enter the genre.
1 Select the genre.
2 Enter the selection.
ALTERNATIVE ROCK NO DATA (this appears before the genre is entered or canceled) SPOKEN WORD \ WORLD MUSIC j
Each time the jog dial is turned, one of the 27 genres can be selected. Genres contained 14 or more letters are scrolled on the display. ( \ See list of genres on the next page) EDITING appears, and the genre is stored in the memory IC.
To cancel a genre which has been stored in the memory IC Use the jog dial to select NO DATA, press the SET button and then press the TITLE button. The genre is now canceled. A different genre can now be selected and stored.
\ ADULT CONTEMPORARY
List of Music Genres
ADULT CONTEMPORARY ALTERNATIVE ROCK CHILDRENS MUSIC CLASSICAL CONTEMPORARY CHRISTIAN COUNTRY DANCE EASY LISTENING EROTIC FOLK GOSPEL HIP HOP JAZZ LATIN MUSICAL NEW AGE OPERA OPERETTA POP MUSIC RAP REGGAE ROCK MUSIC RHYTHM EFFECTS SOUND EFFECTS SOUND TRACK SPOKEN WORD WORLD MUSIC
Disc Lock Function
To prevent children from taking out or inserting CDs
A Disc Lock function can be engaged to make it impossible for children to take CDs out or insert others. In the power standby mode, press CDbutton while holding down 7 button.
LOCKED appears for 3 seconds, and it is no longer possible to take out or insert CDs.
To release the Disc Lock function.
Repeat the same step.
UNLOCKED appears for 3 seconds, and the Disc Lock function is released.
The random play mode can be selected by pressing the RANDOM button on the remote control or the PLAY MODE button on the main unit when the function is set to MD. Main unit
\ P1 NO PROGRAM P2 NO PROGRAM Normal display (play mode is P3 NO PROGRAM released) MD RANDOM
MIX PROGRAM Play
Up to 16 tracks can be programmed in programs 1, 2 and 3. Any tracks on the MD, CD1, CD2 and CD3 can be selected.
1 Insert the MD and CDs whose tracks are to be programmed.
Tracks on an MD or CD which has not been inserted cannot be played even when they have been programmed. Operation will simply move on to the next program.
2 Select the program mode. (1 3)
\ MIX PROGRAM 1: Program 1 MIX PROGRAM 2: Program 2 Normal display (program mode MIX PROGRAM 3: Program 3 released) RANDOM
Press this if the stop mode has been established.
NO PROGRAM appears when no programming has been performed.
Programmed sequence Program number
3 Press the SET button.
Program source Track number
Example: Program 1
4 Select and enter the program source.
MD CD1 CD2 CD3 (back to the beginning) The source can be selected in the reverse direction by turning the jog dial counterclockwise. When the SET button is pressed, the programming sequence and track number flash.
5 Select and enter one of the tracks.
1 Select the track.
When track 2 on the MD is selected for program 1:
When the selection is entered:
Program 2 flashes.
The tracks on the MD alone or only the tracks on the CDs can be programmed also. The numbers of the tracks which have been played are cleared from the music calendar, and they are displayed when play is completed.
7 Press the 6 button to start MIX PROGRAM play.
Operation stops automatically when all the programmed tracks have been played. The same operating procedure is followed for programs 2 and 3.
To cancel the programming Press the CANCEL button. The last program setting is canceled. Press the CANCEL button repeatedly to cancel all the program settings. To check the programming To check what has been programmed while the tracks are being programmed, press the 7 (stop) button, and use the jog dial to check.
Playing MIX PROGRAMs using the remote control
Insert the MD and CDs whose tracks are to be programmed into the main unit. 2 Select the program mode.
Open the remote controls cover.
P1 NO PROGRAM is displayed. P1 S01 MD 1 is displayed.
Select one of the sources. = MD = CD1 = CD2 = CD3 = (back to the beginning)
1 This can select the source in the reverse direction.
2 Then press this button.
When the SET button is pressed, the programming sequence and track number flash.
6 Repeat steps 4 and 5 (this procedure can be repeated for up to 16 tracks).
5 Select and enter the track.
The tracks on the MD alone or only the tracks on the CDs can be programmed also.
7 Press the button to start MIX PROGRAM play.
To return the program mode to the normal status in the stop mode
Repeatedly press this until the play time appears in the display window.
The play time display appears when this button is pressed.
Recording onto MDs
The following 5 types of recording are possible with this unit.
Read through this section before recording.
Types of recording
Manual recording (page 28)
One of the recording sources is selected, and its material is recorded. DIGITAL CD (CD1CD3) LINE MIC
CD recording (single-action recording) (page 29)
CD recording is initiated by a single action: just press the CD REC button.
CD recording (1st TRACK recording) (page 30)
When the 1st TRACK REC button is pressed, only the first tracks on CD1, CD2 and CD3 are recorded. You can compile your own album of original hit numbers.
CD recording (LISTENING EDIT recording) (page 31)
When the LISTENING EDIT button is pressed, only the tracks you want to hear can be programmed and recorded.
Mixing recording (page 32)
This enables mixing recording for CD + LINE, CD + MIC or LINE + MIC.
4/2/98, 1:27 PM
Adding track numbers
With CD digital recordings, the numbers are added automatically following the numbers in the recording source.
Adding your own numbers (at any time except during synchro REC)
When MANUAL is set using the TRACK MARKING button and the SET button on the main unit or remote control is pressed during recording, a number can be added exactly where desired.
Sampling rate converter
The unit incorporates a sampling rate converter to ensure that the original digital signals will be recorded regardless of the sampling frequency (32 kHz, 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz) of the recording source.
Use a microphone equipped with a standard plug.
Microphone purchased separately
6.3 mm diameter standard plug
If the microphone has an ON/OFF switch, set it to ON.
If the wrong character has been input, clear it using the CANCEL button. The preferred title is input by repeating steps 4 and 5. To clear a particular character which has been input, use the 1 button to align the cursor with the character, and press the CANCEL button. Then, select the correct character and press the SET button. In this way, the character can be corrected. If the button is pressed when the cursor is positioned as shown in the figure above, a space will be input.
The title now appears after EDITING. It is stored in the memory IC. To give other tracks titles, repeat the procedure starting with step 2.
In step 3, only those numbers of the tracks which are recorded on the MD can be selected by the jog dial as track numbers. To stop operation at any time Press the TITLE button in step 2, 3, 4 or 5. Up to 5 characters which are being input can be displayed. When the sixth character is input, the characters are scrolled forward so that the first character is cleared from the display. Do not disconnect the power cord or subject the unit to the vibration while UTOC WRITING appears. Doing so may make it impossible to play the MD.
Buttons bearing the same markings as those on the main unit function in exactly the same way as their main unit counterparts. This section describes how to use the buttons on the remote control which are not provided on the main unit.
: This is used to enter the editing modes. : These are used to select a track number or move the cursor while characters are being input
Lamp off Characters can be input as uppercase letters.
Lamp on* Characters can be input as lower-case letters.
Character input buttons:
These are used to input alphanumerics directly as per the character input mode. Spaces and can be input regardless of the input mode which has been selected.
* The lamp automatically goes off if none of the button is pressed for two or more minutes. The lamp can be turned on or off by pressing the button.
Giving titles to discs and tracks using the remote control
1 Insert the MD to be edited, and press the MD button. Open the remote controls cover. 2 Press the TITLE button. 3 -1 (MD stop mode) To give a title to a disc: Press the SET button. To give a title to a track: Select the track using 3 -2 (During MD play) Proceed to skipping step 4. 4 Select upper-case or lower-case letters using the
(Lamp off) : Upper-case letters can be input. (Lamp on) : Lower-case letters can be input.
, and press the SET button.
5 Input the title (containing up to 32 characters) using the character input buttons.
The characters can be input directly. The procedure can also be completed by pressing the TITLE button again. UTOC WRITING flashes, and the MD is ejected.
Accessory connecting cords
Operation To perform Synchro recording
Source component Recording component
XU-301BK MDCD combination deck
XU-301BK MD-CD combination deck
The COMPU LINK functions provided with JVCs products come in the form of COMPU LINK-3 or COMPU LINK-1. They are compatible, and the difference between them is that COMPU LINK-3 has the functions of COMPU LINK-1 and some additional functions as well.
Example: CD player \ MD-CD combination deck
1 Place the CD inside the CD player.
Program the tracks if they are to be recorded in a programmed sequence.
With this function, recording starts automatically in synchronization with the start of the source playback. How to identify the type of COMPU LINK function provided
The type of function is marked above the connector on the rear panel of the product. For instance, a product with the COMPU LINK-3 SYNCHRO marking supports the COMPU LINK-3 function.
2 Place the recording MD in the MD-CD combination deck. 3 Press the DIGITAL button (with digital connections).
Press the LINE button when analog connections have been performed.
4 Press the REC PAUSE button.
Always proceed to operate from the stop mode.
5 Press the PLAY button on the CD player.
The CD play and MD-CD combination deck recording now start automatically.
4/1/98, 5:11 PM
This system transfers text information back and forth between the individual components of an audio system, and it enables CD text and MD text information to be displayed on the receiver (or amplifier) or on the TV screen, in which case it uses the on-screen display function of the receiver (or amplifier). The following operations can be performed by connecting the unit using the TEXT COMPU LINK function. Tracks can be selected by checking their disc and track titles displayed on the TV screen. Disc or track titles can be input for recording MDs using the TV screen. When recording material from a CD which supports the CD TEXT function to an MD, the CD TEXT track title information is recorded in its original form onto the MD.
Connections with amplifier or receiver (refer to page 4)
To use this control system, the XU-301BK must be connected with the stereo receiver or stereo amplifier following the steps below. 1. If the stereo receiver or amplifier and this unit have already been plugged into the AC outlets, disconnect their AC power cords. 2. Connect the receiver and unit as described below using the COMPU LINK-3 (SYNCHRO) and TEXT COMPU LINK connectors. 1) COMPU LINK-3 (SYNCHRO) connectors: Use the cable with the monaural mini-plugs (black).
Stereo receiver or amplifier
2) TEXT COMPU LINK connectors: Use the cable with the stereo mini-plugs (green).
Set the Master/Slave Selector on the rear panel to 2 (SLAVE UNIT). 3. Connect the stereo receiver and unit using the cables with RCA pin plugs (see page 4) (and a digital cable if desired: see page 5). 4. Connect the AC power cords of these components to the AC outlets.
In order to use the TEXT COMPU LINK function, you must use a JVC receiver (or amplifier) which supports this function and you must connect it correctly using the designated cord. For further details on how to use the TEXT COMPU LINK function, refer to the Instruction Manual accompanying the receiver (or amplifier) which supports this function.
Connection to CD player or CD changer (refer to page 4 and 5)
This unit can record CD TEXT information onto an MD when it is directly connected to a CD changer made by JVC which supports the TEXT COMPU LINK function. The optical digital cables are used for this connection.
Connect the COMPU LINK-3 (SYNCHRO) connector on the unit to the COMPU LINK-3 (SYNCHRO) connector on the CD changer. Connect the TEXT COMPU LINK connector on the unit to the TEXT COMPU LINK connector on the CD changer. Set the master/slave selector on the unit to 1 (MASTER UNIT).
TEXT COMPU LINK Control System
Information on MDs (Minidiscs)
This is a new digital audio disc format: it has a diameter of 64 mm and enables up to 74 minutes of playback and recording.
Function of the cartridge
The diameter of the actual disc is 64 mm, making it slightly smaller than CD singles. Each disc is housed in a cartridge. The pocketsize cartridge measures 68 x 72 mm and is 5 mm thick. It is easy to carry about and store. Since the disc is protected by the cartridge, it is kept free from dust and dirt, and there is no danger of the disc being scratched or exposed to fingerprints due to the shutter which is closed at all times except while the disc is being used. All in all, these features make the minidisc extremely easy to use.
ATRAC (Adaptive Transform Acoustic Coding)
Sound contains some elements which are not actually very audible. For instance, when the sound is soft, it is hard to hear the bass and treble. Also, during or immediately after a passage of loud sound, soft sounds cannot be heard even though they may be there. A technique called ATRAC (Adaptive Transform Acoustic Coding) is used with MDs to select or dispense with sounds on the basis of our acoustic characteristics so that the data is compressed into a small quantity. It compresses the data to be recorded into about one-fifth of the original data so that it can be stored even on a small-size MD.
Further specifications, standard rig patch sheets & diagrams, patch maps, equipment manuals, inventory listings, stage floor & grid loading specifications, and other useful information is available on the Altona City Theatre Technical Services Website: http://www.altonacitytheatre.com.au/techservices/
Street address 115 Civic Parade Altona, Victoria, 3018 Rear of building Approx 4m high
Seating capacity Raked, no restricted viewing including 2 house seats and 2 disabled spaces within the Auditorium, Ramp entrances opposite row D Seats C1 & C2 and D1 & D2 become disabled seat 1 and C17 & C18 and D17 & D18 become disabled seat 2 Strand Ambit GT house light system (controlled from Stage Managers desk and Control Room) Bud lighting of stairs and entrance ramps
Disabled seating space
Proscenium Arch Height Proscenium Arch Width Stage depth (behind arch) Apron depth Wing depth 4.8m 9m 7m to rear wall; 6.1m to ground row kickboard 2.3m 3.8m (stage edge of leg curtain to wall) 2m (wing edge of leg curtain to wall) 4.4m from apron edge to front edge, 6.4m from PS wall to side edge Dimensions 0.54m x 0.69m
Altona Theatre Hire Pack 2010
Stage Tower & Rigging
Tower height ~7m from stage floor (i.e. limited flying space above stage) Load brake winch lines located on OP stage floor SWL 500kg per line, 40kg per metre of bar Dead hung on 13th line 13m wide, 7m drop Motorised (18s travel time), affixed to proscenium arch. Pink. Da-Lite Cosmopolitan Electrol 200 4:3 (4060 x 3050mm), affixed to proscenium arch Dead hung as per hanging plot Up to 4 available to hirers depending on state of bars and intended use Bars are spaced 500mm apart, first bar is 1000mm from proscenium arch: Spare / LX storage Border & Legs LX1 Spare Border & Legs Spare LX2 Border Traveller curtain Cans bar (blinders and backlight) LX3 Legs (or backdrop) Cyclorama 10. Dimensions 1.5m x 0.9m each, weight ~25kg 750kg/m2 or 450kg point load See Stage Floor & Grid Specifications document for more details
Borders and legs Scenery lines
Orchestra pit covers Stage floor loading capacity
32A 3 outlets 8 in Patch bay (PS gallery) 1 in Workshop 1 in HVAC Plant Room 1 in Foyer
1 on PS wall 1 on OP wall 2 each on Bridges 1-in Green Room 4 in Control Room 12 at stage level 12 at bridge level 8 in Auditorium 16 in Orchestra Pit 2 in Trapdoor 5 in Control Room Various in Dressing Rooms, Green Room and Workshop
Control Jands Event Plus 48/96 Chamsys MagicQ PC w/2 x ENTTEC DMX USB Pro widgets 96 x 2.4kW per channel made up of: 5 x Jands GP12 (12 x 2.4kW DMX) 3 x Strand Lighting Strandpak (12 x 2.4kW Analogue) 1 x LSC Linklight Multiplexer Control Room (2) Production desk Stage Managers desk Lanterns 24 x Strand Cantata 1.2k 18/32o Profiles 12 x CCT Silhouette 30 1k 22/40o Profiles 7 x CCT Minuette 650w 17/35o Profiles 12 x Strand Patt 23 500w 20o Profiles 12 x Strand Cantata 1.2k Fresnels w/barndoors 10 x CCT Minuette 650w Fresnels 7 x CCT Minuette 500w Fresnels 6 x Strand Patt 123 500w Fresnels 3 x CCT Minuette 650w PCs 16 x Par 64 (VNSP, 120v) 5 x Par 36 Pinspots 3 x Par 16 Birdies (12v, w/transformers) 6 x 4-way LDR Rima A500F Pro Cyc Battens (500w per cell) 4 x 3-way Cyc Groundrows (Patt 163 S batten) 4 x Strand Patt 137 500w Floods 4 x UV Fluorescent Battens
1 x 2.7k Geni Golden Strobe 4 x 575w Clay Paky Golden Scan 3 Scanners 2 x 300w Clay Paky Stage Light 300 Moving Heads 2 x 300w Clay Paky Mini Scan HPE Scanners 4 x 250w iSolution iRock 6s Scanners 2 x Strand Solo CSI (1k CSI/CID) 1 x Prolite FS12-2.0K (2k tungsten) 1 x CCT Silhouette (2k tungsten) 2 x Geni ATMOSFOG 1200 Smoke Machines 1 x Robe FAZE-1000FT DMX Fazer 9 cell whitewash Front, side & fill three colour wash Back colour wash Audience blinders Shinbusters / low side white Birdie footlights 3 x 3 cells downlight specials (9 grid) DS deckles 4 colour cyclorama (battens & groundrow) Mirror ball and pinspots UV battens Strobe See Technical Services website for patch sheet & diagram
Mixer Yamaha IM8-40 (40 XLR + 4 stereo inputs / 8 group / 8 aux / 4 matrices) 3 x RCF ART300A 2 x Yamaha SW500 (subwoofers) 2 x Yamaha S250x Standard sends FOH Stage Foldback Dressing Rooms & Green Room Foyer Hearing Aid Loop Talkback/Cans System Microphones 1 x AKG Dx AKG Dx Shure SMx Behringer XM1800S 2 x Generic handheld 3 x Shure Beta x Behringer ECM8000 (show relay) Shure/Sennheiser wireless headset microphones available
1 x Denon DN-C615 CD Player 1 x JVC XU-301 CD/MD Player NB: Cassette tape playback not available 2 x Behringer DIx Generic Passive DI 2 x Behringer FEX800 Multi-Effects 1 x Behringer COM800 Compressor 1 x Behringer MDX1400 Compressor 1 x Behringer DSP8024 EQ (on FOH send) 1 x Behringer MON800 distribution amp 7 x 3m headphone extension leads (3.5mm) 1 x AKG D880 microphone on prompt side w/stand 3 x Shure Beta 91 microphones on front of stage JVC XU-301 connected to Foyer send (for pre-recorded announcements)
Talkback/Cans system Substations Headsets Sound Developments Concert Intercom (2 channel) x Beyer DT108 (single muff) 1 x Beyer DT109 (double muff) Master station in audio rack next to audio desk Substations on prompt desk, OP desk, lighting desk and followspots
Cameras Distribution Standard rig 2 x JVC GR-D250AA Splitters: 1 composite BNC in > 8 composite BNC out Stage cam splits to: Stage Managers desk ASMs desk Dressing Rooms 1 & 2 Green Room (x 2) Foyer Workshop Orchestra Pit (optional)
Location Technical Facilities Auditorium rows I and J, seats 8-11 DMX inlet, talkback inlet, 2 x audio sends, GPO This control location is only set up on request must be specified on Technical Requirements Form
Dressing Rooms 2, each accommodates 10-15 persons 6 makeup mirrors & costume hanging space Accommodates 100+ BYO hanging space & mirrors Concertina wall splits room in half as required CCTV monitors throughout Audio relay speakers in Dressing Rooms and Green Room Paging microphone on Stage Managers desk 5 x 2.5m trestle tables Approx 50 x padded chairs Approx 10 x lounge chairs 15 x music stands with sconce lights 1 x Male and 1 x Female WC at stage level 2 x Male and 2 x Female WC in Green Room 1 x Male and 1 x Female shower in Green Room
Show Relay and Paging
Front of House Facilities
Points of Sale Ticket Box Front of House Managers desk (staffed by Council) Kiosk (staffed by Council) CCTV monitor with audio relay on FOH Managers desk Pre-recorded audience calls sent from Control Room Venue-wide paging available from Control Room 2 x Male WC (including disabled-friendly) 3 x Male urinals 5 x Female WC (including disabled-friendly)
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