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Page 2 United States of America. ClearOne Communications reserves specific privileges. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. Page 4 Adding a XAP As such, all mic mixing parameters can be customized and any input or combination of inputs can be routed to any output or combination of outputs, with attenuation adjustments at each cross point. Page 8: New Features 64 mics. However, it can be easily interfaced to an external controller via either of the two RS ports.
Page 9: Product Registration E-mail: global clearone. When your product is properly registered, ClearOne Communications is better able to serve you should you require technical assistance. Registration information is also used to notify you of upgrades and new product information. Baud rate and flow control must be configured from the front panel; see the LCD Menu Tree on page 13 for the location of these in the menu system.
Page Rear Panel E. LED meter. This assignable, peak-level LED bar meter is used to display the audio level of an input, output, or processing channel of the XAP This power is limited to a total of mA at 15 volts for each connector. Page Operational Requirements You can also purchase side panels for desktop placement.
See Appendix D for a list of accessories. All connections are made through rear-panel connectors. This chapter provides instructions on making hardware connections, creating an expansion bus E-bus network, assigning device ID numbers, selecting the mixer mode, and using the front panel LCD menu.
Page Device Ids Once your expansion bus connections are made and if you have more than one XAP at a site , you need to set up a unique expansion bus device ID number—a network address—for each XAP on the network. Page System Menu Enter to run the macro. Press Enter to enable your selection. Before the XAP will allow passcode changes, the new passcode must be entered, then re-entered to validate the new passcode. You can enable or disable flow control on the front panel of unit and select the flow control type in the Site Properties window of G-Ware see page Scroll to the output you want to monitor, then press Enter.
Select the meter you want to monitor and press Enter. Outputs menu There are two submenus under the Outputs menu: Mute and Gain. To access these submenus you must first select the output. While some configuration can be done using the front panel LCD menus, G-Ware is required to complete the custom configuration of your audio conferencing system.
Click OK to return to the previous window. Figure 3. Desktop icon System Configuration Creating Floppy Disk Copies Depending upon the computer equipment you have available, you might need to install G-Ware software from floppy disks rather than the included CD. A site file contains all information about a particular installation including all unit settings and properties. It also provides G-Ware with the necessary information to communicate with the site hardware using your PC.
Or, you can work offline and manually add the unit s to the site file and connect to the site at a later time. Serial Echo echos back commands sent over the XAP network. The serial mode determines the format in which the commands return—text or binary. Page 32 Figure 3. Click the Security tab. Create a modem password. The password will be required before control of the system is allowed. Page Status Bar Figure 3. Unit shortcut menu Figure 3. Inputs 1—8 shortcut menu Figure 3.
Safety Mute Copying and pasting settings G-Ware has shortcut menus which appear when you right-click a selection or program window in G-Ware.
These shortcut menus provide quick access to options such as Print, Copy, and Paste that pertain only to that selection or screen region. Any number of connections to outputs can be made in the matrix. The Matrix Screen can also be used to access the Input, Output, and Processing configuration windows by clicking on the buttons along the top and left sides of the routing matrix.
The attenuation range is from 0 to dB. Click Close to exit. Note that the level control you have selected for the cross point is indicated numerically in the cross point cell.
The Cross Point shortcut menu also allows you to copy and paste the current Cross Point configuration, including attenuation, to other cross points. External muting devices limit the effectiveness of Gentner D. To use the mute button on a microphone, contact ClearOne Technical Services. Phantom power is an auxiliary power source to power certain types of microphones.
Default is On. To enable the acoustic echo canceller, click Enabled, then select the reference. Page 40 Figure 3. Virtual Reference toolbar button System Configuration If you select a virtual echo cancellation reference, the Virtual Reference window will open. You can also open this window from the G-Ware toolbar.
Virtual Reference window. Use this window to select which signals will be used by the four Virtual Reference points. Use NLP with care; corresponding trade-offs can include suppression and half-duplex operation. Page 42 Q, or Quality factor. Q, or Quality factor, selects the ratio of the center frequency divided by the bandwidth. Q reflects an inverse relationship to the bandwidth, and adjusts from.
The Bypass box, when selected, bypasses the selected filter. Phase generates—on the graph—the phase relationship of the graphed frequency response. The Gate button on the selected input in Inputs 1—8 window opens the Gate configuration window where you can establish the gating parameters for the input. XAP automixing gate functions Gate Ratio Gate Ratio specifies how much louder the audio level must be above the ambient level before the channel gates on.
The gate ratio range is from 0 to 50dB. Default is 15dB. Microphones can only be used in one gating group at a time. Page 48 The Input setting allows you to select which mic input the XAP leaves on when all mics gate off.
If Off is selected, all mics will gate off when no audio is present. Page 49 Input meter, just begins to enter the red clipping zone, then reduce the gain slightly until peaks no longer climb into the red zone. This setting will ensure that the XAP maximizes the signal-to-noise ratio without clipping the signal.
To open the Inputs 9—12 configuration window, click the Inputs 9—12 button on the Flow Screen. The In 9—12 button on the Matrix Screen will also open this window.
These non-gated inputs are balanced. The nominal input Page 51 Post Gain meter, just begins to enter the red clipping zone, then reduce the gain slightly until peaks no longer climb into the red zone. Page Outputs System Configuration Outputs 1—12 The XAP has 12 line level outputs for sending audio to video codecs, recorders, or amplifiers.
To open the Outputs 1—12 configuration window, click the Outputs 1—12 button on the Flow Screen. The Outputs 1—12 button on the Matrix Screen will also open this window. Page 53 Level meter, just begins to enter the red clipping zone, then reduce the gain slightly until peaks no longer climb into the red zone.
See page For information on setting up an expansion bus network, see page Page Processing Processing Processing A—H There are eight processing blocks in the XAP , each with filters, compressors, and delay to provide pinpoint audio configurations.
Page 56 When configured properly, this results in a smooth audio response throughout the frequency range, with no bass, midrange, or treble dropouts. A given compressor group must be configured for a single XAP unit; a group cannot use compressors from multiple XAP units. Threshold Threshold determines the RMS level at which the compressor begins to operate.
ClearOne XAP 800 Manuals
The XAP audio management and distribution platform has set new standards for audio conferencing performance. With eight microphone inputs, a microphone mixer, echo and noise cancellation, advanced audio processing and filters, it manages microphones and speakers, as well as local and auxiliary audio. Connect up to eight XAP s to use 64 individual microphones at once. Each input shall also be able to reference any output or any of four global reference buses for echo cancellation. The unit shall have four internal and four global automatic microphone mixers, each with fully adjustable parameters. The microphone mixer shall use PA adaptive, adaptive ambient, chairman override, first mic priority, last mic mode, number of open mics, and look-ahead gating. Any input can be routed to any output or multiple outputs.
ClearOne XAP800 XAP 800 Conferencing System Microphone Mixer Unit
Clearone Converge T takes the revolutionary AP to the next level of functionality and becomes the new standard of audio conferencing performance. The T features ClearOne's proprietary Distributed Echo Cancellation r and noise cancellation technology for dramatically reduced echo and noise; a proven software architecture for easy, reliable configuration; a 32x32 matrix with level control in. The Clearone Converge T Distributed Echo Cancellation features ms of tail time, which provides highly effective echo cancellation while keeping reaction time short and additional noise from being created. A tail time of ms optimizes echo cancellation in the majority of room scenarios. Basic functions such as volume and source selection can be controlled remotely with the optional Gentner ClearOne Control Panel. It's available in two models-the Volume Control and Select Control - for flexible, seamless operation. Using Converge configuration software, you can easily route any input to any output or combination of outputs in a fully configurable matrix.
ClearOne XAP 800 Installation And Operation Manual
I am using the XAP for a home audio system - to route an input signal from my stereo amplifier through to a five channel amplifier that powers speakers in different rooms of the house. I am controlling it via a Raspberry pi 3 running Openhab 2 using serial port commands. The XAP can switch any of 12 inputs to any of 12 outputs. You can add processing and control volume for any of the channels remotely. There are articles on the web describing how to do this. You will also need the software to program the unit via the serial port - that is available for free download on the ClearOne website. Th e latest firmware is also available there.
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