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Great manual, would not have been able to operate my machine without it!!
James Dawson August 18, 2012
excellent value & price! Includes everything you need to know about the NN-C777! I would buy this again.
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I purchased the unit from a private party and the original owners manual was not available. Having the ability to download it was extremely helpful and clarified operating the equipment immensely. This is a complicated unit and without the manual I would not have been able to maximize it's potential. Thank you.
Frequency Response (ref 1 kHz) Voltage Gain (at 1 kHz)
INPUT LINE Mic Line Link 90 dB 40 dB 20 dB OUTPUT MICROPHONE 40 dB -10 dB -30dB LINK 70 dB 20 dB -INPUT CLIPPING LEVEL AT 1kHz -62 to -6 dBV* -12 to + 44 dBV* +8 dBV 30 to 20,000 Hz, Â±2 dB
0.4% THD, 30 to 20,000 Hz at +15 dBm output; 0.5% or less IM distortion at +15 dBm output
Common Mode Rejection
65 dB minimum with input of - 20 dBV at 100 Hz
Less than 1 dB with any control combination Shorting outputs, even for prolonged periods, willcause no damage; microphone input will not be damaged by signals up to 3V
Overload and Shorting Protection Phase
INPUT Mic Line Link IMPEDANCE (at 1 kHz) FOR USE WITH 150 â¦ less than 10 kâ¦ more than 5 kâ¦ ACTUAL 1 kâ¦ 66 kâ¦ 24 kâ¦
All outputs in phase with input. Pin 2 is âhighâ with respect to pin 3; pin 1 is 2 of XLR Tips of link input and output phone jacks are in phase with pin ground. connectors.
30 VDC nominal, 3.3k series resistance, automatically disabled with input switch in Line position
AC Operation: 120 or 240 VAC Â± 10% (internally selectable), 50/60 Hz, 5.5W DC Operation: 27 VDC nominal at 16 mA typical no- signal, 22 mA typical at 0 VU (+4 dBm) output; 21.5 VDC minimum; battery life approximately 20 hours with alkaline batteries at +4 dBm output in continuous use; three 9 volt batteries, type NEDA 1604A (Duracell MN1604 or Eveready 522 recommended)
*Dependent on input control setting
INPUT Mic Line Link IMPEDANCE (at 1 kHz) FOR USE WITH ACTUAL 150 â¦ 600 â¦ 600 â¦ or greater 2â¦ 185 â¦ 100 â¦ or less INPUT CLIPPING LEVEL AT 1kHz -34 dBV +16 dBV +16 dBV
Operating: -18Â° to 57Â°C (0Â° to 135Â°F) Storage: -29Â° to 71Â°C (-20Â° to 160Â°F)
Equivalent Input Noise: -129 dBV (low-impedance microphone, 150 Ohms, 300 to 20,000 Hz) into 600 ohm load at full gain Equivalent Input Hum and Noise: -127 dBV (low-impedance microphone, 150 Ohms, 20 to 20,000 Hz) into 600 ohm load at full gain Output Noise: -90 dBV maximum (output control full counterclockwise [off]), -65 dBV maximum (output control full clockwise [on]) (input control down, 300 to 20,000 Hz) Output Hum and Noise: -75 dBV maximum (output control down), 65 dBV max. (output control up, input control down, 20 to 20,000 Hz)
79.5 mm H x 310 mm W x 230 mm D (3-1/8 in, x 12-7/32 in. x 9-1/16 in.)
Net: 2.75 kg (6 Ib 1 oz.) Packaged: 3.15 kg (6 Ib 15 oz.) Listed by Underwriters Laboratories. Inc.; listed by Canadian Standards Association as Certified
CONTROLS AND CONNECTORS
Off Switch: applies power to the FP16A circuitry Power LED: Indicates unit is on. Input Gain Screwdriver Control: adjusts input signal level. Output 1-6 Screwdriver Control: adjusts individual output channel signal levels. Norm LED: indicates when internal signal level is approximately 25 dB below clipping. Overload LED: indicates when internal signal level approaches clipping. Three-Pin XLR 1-6 Output Connectors: provide for connection to either low-impedance microphone or line level inputs of power amplifiers, mixers, or other signal processing equipment. Mic/Line 1-6 Slide Switches: select microphone or line level output signal levels. Phantom On-Off Slide Switch: applies 27 VDC (nominal) phantom power to pins 2 and 3 of the input connector for use with condenser microphones. IMPORTANT: Make certain any condenser microphone used is compatible with the FP16A phantom circuit, and that the FP16A input Mic/Line switch is in the Mic position. Do not turn the Phantom switch on when using unbalanced low-impedance microphones; objectionable hum will result. Turn the Phantom switch off when phantom power is not required. Three-Socket XLR Input connector: provides for connection to microphone or line level input signal sources. Input Mic/Line Slide Switch: selects microphone or line-level input signals. Link In, Out Phone Jacks: provide for connecting more distribution amplifiers for additional outputs, or adding external equipment such as equalizers, compressors, or limiters. When connecting two or more FP16As together for additional outputs, connect the Link Out jack of the "master" unit to the Link In jacks of the others. Any number of FP16As can be tied together in this way. The Link In jack is input-only, and has switching contacts to disconnect the input signal amplifier from the output channel volume controls. Connect an equalizer, limiter or compressor to the FP16A by connecting the FP16A Link Out jack to the external unit's input, and the external unit's output to the FP16A Link In jack. Signals at the Link jacks are typically 10 dB below line level. The Link In input impedance is greater than 20 kâ¦ and may be considered a bridging impedance.