This device acts as the “SQUARE CROSSING” and allows you to route the input sources like analog and digital to analog and / or digital either.
Cross has been designed so that each output can assign a single input; Cross mixer does not function.
Each input can be associated with multiple outputs simultaneously.
This device is made inside a RACK to 3 units, located on the front panel place a large LCD display (240×128) display on which machine states in particular are of the general situation and specific connection of each node with the Alias associatogli and data sources / users such as sample-rate levels and (for digital channels).
The navigation between the nodes is done by pressing the “Arrow Key”, also on the front panel which also serve to establish connections and query Cross.
Cross can ‘be made up of:
– Analog Input (each input is stereo L / R)
– Digital input modules (each module has 2 AES3 inputs)
– Analog output modules (each output is stereo L / R)
– Composite Analog Output Modules (this form is used when the digital inputs to get an analog stereo L / R)
– Composite Digital Output Modules (this form is used in the presence of 2 analog inputs for outputs AES3)
– Monitor module comprising in addition to the circuit required to connect a headset, even a USB port.
There can be optionally an access network to 10/100 and / or a circuit to generate / receive synchronization word clock.
– Power supply module with the option to insert a second (optional) with hot swap function (replacement of a defective power supply without powering down the system).
The layout of Cross is bound for some slots, especially the No. 10 and No. 11 are reserved for power supplies (PSUs), the No. 9 is reserved for the monitor module, the other from No.1 to No. can accommodate either 8 input or output modules.
Cross is designed for self-recognition modules that make up each restart, the CPU will utomatically create a graph of connections previously set as well as cancel any existing links in case of replacement and / or moving a module and then assigning the default parameters.
|Digital input configuration:||AES 3 professional (IEC-60958 S/PDIF compatibility)|
|Digital AES 3 Input Impedance:||110 Ω Balanced|
|Digital AES 3 Input Connector:||XLR Female EMI suppressed|
|Sample Rate:||Automatic lock 32 – 44.1 – 48 – 96 KHz|
|Over sampling:||256 x|
|Digital Channel indications:||Sample freq. Decoding, Channel status, Error Dec.|
|Analog Input configuration:||Stereo Electronically balanced|
|Analog Input Impedance:||10 KΩ or 600 Ω (software selectable)|
|Analog Input Level Range:||±10 dBu (Digital adj. step 0,5 dB)|
|Headroom:||+ 8 dB|
|Analog Input Connector:||2x XLR Female EMI suppressed|
|Digital Output Sample Rate:||Selectable 32 – 44.1 – 48 – 96 KHz|
|Over sampling:||256 x|
|Digital Output configuration:||AES 3 professional Transformer Balanced
|Digital Output Impedance:||110 Ω Balanced|
|Digital Output Connector:||XLR Male EMI suppressed|
|Digital Channel Status indications:||Sample Rate, Copy status, Audio Data Status, Pre-Emphasis status|
|Analog Output configuration:||Stereo Electronically balanced|
|Analog Output Impedance:||100 Ω balanced|
|Analog Output Level Range:||±10 dBu (Digital adj. step 0,5 dB)|
|Headroom:||+ 8 dB|
|Stop band:||-82 dB|
|Analog Output Connector:||2x XLR Male EMI suppressed|
|Input Word Clock range:||32 – 44.1 – 48 – 96 KHz|
|Input impedance:||10 KΩ|
|Output Word Clock range:||32 – 44.1 – 48 – 96 KHz Software selectable|
|I / O INTERFACES:|
|USB:||serial interface (With PnP feature)|
|LAN ETH:||10/100 Mbps|
|Power Supply:||double (optionally) with Hot Swap capability|
|Power requirement:||90 ÷ 264 VAC 50 – 60 Hz|
|Consumption:||20 VA (single PSU)|
|Dimensions (WxHxD):||48.3 x 24 x 13.2 cm 3 rack unit|
|Weight:||2,5 Kg. (5.5 Lbs)|
|Operating Temp.:||0 ÷ 50° C|
All data information are displayed on a 240×128 Graphic Display.
Arrow key are available for menu selections.
Led Bar (avg. + peak) display level of the channel selected signal.
One Headphone monitor output on Jack 6mm connector.
FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 14.85 KHz (-0.5 dB to 32 KHz SR)
20.45 KHz (-0.5 dB to 44.1 KHz SR)
22.18 KHz (-0.5 dB to 48 KHz SR)
49.68 KHz (-0.5 dB to 96 KHz SR)
NOISE: -84.9 dB Din Audio to 48 KHz SR
-76,8 dB CCIR WTD to 48 KHz SR
-80.7 dB CCIR UNWTD to 48 KHz SR
DISTORTION T.H.D. 0.016 % (to 1 KHz input 48 KHz SR with conversion A/D-D/A)
CROSSTALK L/R -85 dB to 10 KHz
CMRR ( Line Stereo Input ) 60 Hz -56 dB
1 KHz -56 dB
20 KHz -56 dB