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STUDIO REMOTE

The Studio Remote solves your communication needs between Studio and Presenters area. It is designed to be the remote and communication interface between the mixing console and the announcer or guest.

It's the perfect solution for headphones amplifier and Chough/Communication button for announcer and/or guest.

To be used with the AXUM, AXITE, Airlab-DT, Airence Extender, Airmate-USB and the Airlite MK2 consoles.

features

- Built in headphone amp


- Red/Green LED indication


- 3 models available


- ideal for our AXUM, AXITE, Airlite MK2, Airence Extender,

  Airmate-USB and Airlab-DT consoles


- 2 channel mixer

front side

Studio Remote front

CHOUGH BUTTON

When pushing this button the channel to which this Studio Remote unit is connected will be muted (to be able to cough).


COM BUTTON
When the COM button is pushed, now also the channel to which this Studio Remote unit is connected will be muted. But at the same time the CUE switch in that channel will be activated to COMmunicate with the engineer at the mixing console.


The unit can be connected directly to the AXUM / AXITE / Airlab-DT / Airmate-USB / Airlite MK2 / Airence Extender consoles.

all models available

for Airmate-USB / Airence Extender / Airlite MK2

Studio remote backside

      REMOTE / SIGNALLING

              IN MIC MODE
This useful feature has three important functions:


1. Remote Switch for Cough
2. Remote switch for Talkback or

    communication.
3. Headphones Amplifier.


The Audio-jack input connector of the Studio Remote unit need to be wired to the master of the Airence, Guest or Announcer outputs or whatever suits your purpose mostly. For the Airlite unit you need to wire the Audio-jack input with the ANN Phones on the backplain of the Airlite.

The volume of this signal can now be adjusted with the potentiometer on the front of the remote.
The audio-jack output connector is connected to the audio-jack input connector for feeding through (looping) the audio signal.
The S1/S2 jack connector needs to be wired to the channel (Remote) of which you want to mute (cough) the mic input. Use a balanced jack (TRS) cable for all connections. A wiring schematic will be shown in the specification section below this page.


POWER-JACK
Connect the external power-supply (+ 9 to 12 volt) to the Power-Jack connector.

for our Airlab-DT

Studio remote back side

      REMOTE / SIGNALLING

              IN MIC MODE
This useful feature has three important functions:


1. Remote Switch for Cough
2. Remote switch for Talkback or

    communication
3. Headphones Amplifier.


Both switches can be connected to one channel of the Airlab-DT. For more details on the functionality please read the Airlab manual.
The Audio-jack connector of the Studio Remote Unit need to be wired to the master of the Airlab-DT, Guest or Announcer outputs or whatever suits your purpose mostly.

The volume of this signal can now be adjusted with the potentiometer on the front of the remote.
Note that the Airlab-DT only has one remote input and output!


POWER-JACK
Connect the external power-supply (+ 9 to 12 volt) to the Power-Jack connector.

for AXITE / AXUM

Studio remote backside

       REMOTE / SIGNALLING

              IN MIC MODE
This useful feature has five important functions:


1. COUGH Switch for Cough only.
2. COM switch for cough +

    communication.
3. Mic-On Red Light indication.
4. Direct Mic Connection, XLR to

    RJ 45
5. Headphones Amplifier is

    switchable between A and B.


A shielded cat-5 cable has to be connected between the Studio Remote and the mixing consoles Mic-input channel that needs communication.

Together with the remote control also the Mic-input is directly connected.
Using the push-button during broadcast, the announcer can temporarily mute the microphone in order to cough (where the name comes from).

When COMM is activated his microphone will be routed to the Cue system, in order to give her/him the opportunity to communicate with the engineer/producer.

WIRING FOR THE AXUM / AXITE


The Audio-input RJ45 of the Studio remote Unit needs to be wired to the AXUM or AXITE.

The cat5 cable can be connected directly to the CRM card of the AXUM. In this way both CRM and Studio signal is available and can be selected with the toggle switch in-between the Pushbuttons underneath the front panel.

The Audio-Input-thru RJ45 can be used to connect more Studio remote-Units to the same Audio Input (parallel).
Always use shielded cat5 cable to prevent hum. The shield is also ground of the signal.


POWER-JACK
Connect the external power-supply (+ 9 to 12 volt) to the Power-Jack connector.

practical wiring diagram

Airence Installation

for Airence Main + Extender Unit

Airlite_Remote installation

for Airlite Unit

specs

Phones Output (Stereo Jack, front)


Tip           Phones Left      > 16 Ohm
Ring         Phones Right   > 16 Ohm
Sleeve     GND


150mW in to 16 Ohm
75mW in to 32 Ohm
45mW in to 64 Ohm

Width x Depth x Height:80x110x50mm

Drop through hole: 92x72mm

Front panel thickness is 2mm

Corner radius is R=4.00

EAN CODE: 7436917140172  / 7436917140189

Audio input (RJ45 or Stereo Jack)
on the back of the PCB


Tip            Left          10kOhm
Ring          Right        10kOhm
Sleeve      GND

AXUM / AXITE

Head-Phones (headphone RJ45 are connected in parallel.)

pin              name              function

1                   1A          Audio-Input 1 Left
2                   1B          Audio-Input 1 Right
3                   2A          Audio-Input 2 Left
6                   2B          Audio-Input 2 Right
5                   3A          N.C.
4                   3B          N.C.
7                   4A          N.C.
8                   4B          N.C.
shielding                    Audio GND
shielding

Always use shielded cat5 cable to prevent hum. The pin-out is equal to the AXUM / AXITE RJ45 audio connections.

Microphone

pin              name              function

1                   1A          Mic-Output In-Phase
2                   1B          Mic-Output Out-Phase
3                   2A          N.C.

6                   2B          N.C.
5                   3A          LED 1 (TTL)
4                   3B          Switch 1 (TTL)
7                   4A          LED 2 (TTL)
8                   4B          Switch 2 (TTL)
shielding                    GND reference for TTL
shielding

 

AIRLAB-DT

Remote Jack S1 and S2 on the back PCB

pin              name                               function

Tip               LED             Connected to "ON" Signalling (TTL)
Ring           Switch           Connected to "COM" Switch (TTL)
Sleeve         GND            Reference for TTL

 

AIRMATE-USB / AIRENCE / AIRLITE MK2

Remote Jack S1 and S2 on the back PCB

pin              name                               function

Tip              COM             Connected to "COM" Switch (TTL)
Ring           Cough            Connected to "Cough" Switch (TTL)
Sleeve         GND             Reference for TTL

 

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