Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product M10 Revox
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as82 of of Dominating Entertainment. Revox of Switzerland . V2.00 Re:system M10 Modular Audio Multiroom S y stem.
M10 Re:system 1.
M10 Re:system 2 M10 – Introduction Safety M10 Unit View s Installation and Assembly M10 in a 19” Cabinet Overv iew : M10 Connection Panel Connection Panel Description Ethernet Interface M10 Setup .
M10 Re:system 3 M10 Working quietly in the back- ground, the modular M10 Audio Multiroom System in 19” format, can be relied on to supply a complete house with music.
M10 Re:system 4 Safety Take note of the label on the back of the unit. CAUTION RISK OF EL EC TRI C SH OC K DO NOT OPEN In order to avoid the risk of an electric shock, do not remove any covers. Maintenance and repairs should only be carried out by qualified experts.
M10 Re:system 5 Installation and operation Please check the unit and accessories for any signs of transit damage after unpacking. Read the operation manual through carefully before starting to use the unit.
M10 Re:system 6 Further Safety measures Do not stand any articles with open flames, e.g. lit candles on the device. The M10 is only designed for operation in temperate, non- tropical climates.
M10 Re:system 7 M10 Unit views M10 Front view M10 Rear view Note: Slots A1 and A2 may only be populated with second generation modules that have been developed since the start of 2008.
M10 Re:system 8 Installation and assembly The M10 is an 19“ build-in unit, which was principally conceived for insertion into a 19” cabinet. Thanks to the integrated unit feet, however, it is possible to position it outside of a 19” cabinet.
M10 Re:system 9 Modifying the retaining bracket 1. All 6 Allen screws (3 mm) are re- moved from both sides of the M10 2. Now, the retaining bracket is moved from the front to the back in the corres- ponding position. 3. All 6 screws are then screwed back in as shown in the figure.
M10 Re:system 10 M10 Installation in a 19“ cabinet Sectional view of a 19”cabinet with installed M10 A) M10 retaining bracket forw ard-spaced. B) M10 retaining bracket inserted.
M10 Re:system 11 M10 – Front side (Partial view) M10 – Rear (Partial view) On/ Off switch Mains connection with fuse Operational display LED, green/blue Error display LED, red .
M10 Re:system 12 On/Off sw itch The M10 can be completely separated from the mains supply with the on/off switch. This is recommended if the Revox Multiroom System is not going to be used for a few weeks during a vacation, for example.
M10 Re:system 13 LED red – flashing quickly A) Temperature is too high There is overheating in the M10 housing. The maximum permitted temperature value has been exceeded even though the fan is active.
M10 Re:system 14 USB-B connection for PC There is an USB-B interface both on the front and the back of the M10 that can be operated from a PC. Both USB interfaces are switched in parallel and for this reason should never be used at the same time. Use either the front or the rear USB interface.
M10 Re:system 15 RS232 interface The serial interface is used exclusively for configuring the M10 and for installing new firmware, if the USB or Ethernet interface is blocked. It is not possible to operate third-party devices with it, nor is it possible to connect external RS232 interfaces, e.
M10 Re:system 16 Ethernet interface The Ethernet interface enables the M10 to be integrated into a LA N. In this way, each computer that is also integrated in the LAN can access the Revox system, using the corresponding Revox control software. PDAs or Tablet PCs are also suitable as control devices, which enable a wireless connection with feedback.
M10 Re:system 17 M-Text Protocol (UDP) As well as understanding the Revox internal M-Link protocol, the M10 Ethernet interface with the software version 1.10 or higher also understands the clear text commands ( M-Text protocol) in ASCII format. This makes it possible to integrate the Revox system in a domestic control system, e.
M10 Re:system 18 Connection Point-to-Point A Crossover cable is used if the M10 is connected directly to a PC. Distribution w ith Router A Patch cable (1:1) is used of the two devices are connected over a router. You will find an overview of a possible Ethernet network on the next page.
M10 Re:system 19 Functional plan The IP addresses shown above are only examples and must be modified to meet the needs of the par ticular installation.
M10 Re:system 20 M10 Setup A PC or a Notebook is always needed for the initial configuration of the M10, which is connected to the M10 using the RS232 interface or the USB socket . Using the M230 Revox program of M-Scope (Display view), the main menu shown below for the M10 setup can be called with the setup key.
M10 Re:system 21 CLIENT LIST Th e CLIENT LIST shows all devices that are currently accessing the M10. Up to 10 clients can have parallel access. If no client is logged on, four zeros appear in the corresponding line. In the example below, three clients are accessing the M10.
M10 Re:system 22 IP Address ➮ [ ] The 4 blocks of the IP address that the M10 should have are set using the two Address softkeys. In a network of DHCP-enabled LAN Clients, you must always ensure that these are not given the M10’s IP.
M10 Re:system 23 Page TCP/IP The second page in the UDP/IP setup is responsible for all the UDP settings. Here, all the relevant settings for the UDP address and port are made, as well as the selection of the M- Text modes. The new settings are confirmed with the Apply softkey.
M10 Re:system 24 M-Text Mode The selection of the M-Text mode is only relevant if an UDP port is used as a port. If, on the other hand, the TCP/IP port 5524 is used, the M-Text mode setting is irrelevant. M-Text Mode: Forced The M10 status message is only sent in M-Text format.
M10 Re:system 25 Remote Function The modularity of the M10 requires a flexible usage of operating units, as the M10 can be equipped with a wide range of modules. An operating unit can, for example, be the M218 Wall- mounted keypad or the M208 Remote control.
M10 Re:system 26 Calling Remote Select the Remote softkey in the Main menu. As shown in the following graphic, the Remote menu is divided into the areas: - Zone - Button - Source We also recommend that the settings are made in this order, i.e. starting with the Zone.
M10 Re:system 27 Select button variable Using the Button softkeys, you select the button variable that you want to assign to a specific audio source at the M10. You can toggle backwards and forwards through a loop of the four button variables with Button+ and Button- .
M10 Re:system 28 If, on the other hand, the Remote button should activate a different source in one or more zones, you switch zones with the Zone button. In the newly selected zone, another audio source can now be assigned to the same Remote button. Example of a zone-dependant Remote assignment with the Tuner Remote button: Fig.
M10 Re:system 29 Disable variable This function allows you to Disable the remote button. This makes the audio source no longer addressable through the operating unit or remote control. To do this, select the required Remote button through the Zone/ Button combination and press the Disable softkey.
M10 Re:system 30 Scene function The Scene function has been integrated with the introduction of version 2.00 of the software. This enables music to be started in different zones and rooms at the press of a button. The choice of which source and which volumes should be selected for the individual rooms is defined once when you save a scene.
M10 Re:system 31 a. Saving a scene A scene must have been defined in a two-step process before it can be stored. Step 1 To start with, you define through Setup – Scene, which rooms are involved and which are not. Essentially, there are three room statuses when defining the scene: 1.
M10 Re:system 32 Defining the main room With the Main Room softkey, you switch the state of the main room (M51 or M10*) between: Included (On) Included (Off) Not Included Included (On) The main room is actively switched on when the scene is c a l l e d .
M10 Re:system 33 Step 2 In the second step, all additional rooms that are included as an element of the scene and have been defined with Included / Yes , can be setup.
M10 Re:system 34 Calling a scene Once a scene has been defined and saved, it can be called up using the Recall softkey. At the M10, this is done through the M230 or M-Scope service program.
M10 Re:system 35 Renaming a scene Each scene can be given an individual name in order to be able to assign it uniquely. Select the scene whose name is to be changed using the Page and Select softkeys. The following menu appears: Cursor These softkeys are used to position the cursor left/right in the text field.
M10 Re:system 36 Software version The Version function displays the current version number for each module along with the plug-in slot that it occupies. Select the Version softkey in the Setup main menu. You can toggle between the two Version pages with the Version softkey.
M10 Re:system 37 Disposing of your old dev ices Your product has been manufactured from high- quality materials and components that can be recycled. If this symbol of a crossed-out, wheeled rubbish container is on the product, this means that it is covered by the EU Directive 2002/96/EG.
M10 Re:system 38 Technical data Serial data transfer: RS232 SUB D 9-pin 1:1 cabling (socket) Audio connections Headphone output: max. 1 W / min. 16 Ω Dimensions Width x Depth : 443 x 310 mm (without retaining bracket/ unit feet) 17.44 x 12.2 inch Height : 171 mm (corresponds to 4 RU) 6,73 inch Weight 11.
M10 Re:system 39 GERMA NY Revox GmbH, Am Krebsgraben 15, D-78048 VS-Villingen, Germany Phone +49 7721 8704 0, Fax +49 7721 8704 29 in f o@ re v ox .d e , www. r ev o x. de SWITZERLA ND Revox Schweiz AG, Wehntalerstrasse 190, CH-8105 Regensdorf, Switzerland Phone +41 44 871 66 11, Fax +41 44 871 66 19 in f o@ re v ox .
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