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BSS
1u-rack-mount-kit

The BSS Audio 1U Rack-Mount Kit allows up to two half-rack Soundweb London devices—BLU-BIB and BLU-BOB1—to be mounted on a shelf occupying a single rack space.

The 1U Rack-Mount Kit can accommodate one BLU-BIB device, one BLU-BOB1 device, two BLU-BIB devices, two BLU-BOB1 devices, or one of each device. With each device offering eight channels of analog I/O expansion, the 1U Rack-Mount Kit allows for higher I/O density (16 channels) in a single rack space.

For instances in which only one I/O expander is mounted, the included half-rack blanking plate can be used to fill the blank space in the front of the rack.

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BSS
ac-5s

The Soundweb Contrio AC-V and AC-5S are simple analog wall controllers designed for use with BSS Audio Soundweb London devices. Both the AC-V and AC-5S are available in black or white, and in single-gang US Decora or single-gang EU form factor.

The AC-V and AC-5S are designed to connect to General Purpose Inputs (GPI) (also known as “Control Inputs”) found on Soundweb London devices. Most Soundweb London devices contain 12 GPI. The Soundweb London BLU-GPX contains 36 GPI.

The AC-V contains a single 47k Ohm logarithmic potentiometer which is useful for volume control. The AC-V requires one GPI. Therefore, up to 12 AC-V controllers can connect to a single Soundweb London device, and up to 36 AC-V controllers can connect to a single BLU-GPX.

The AC-5S contains a single five-position resistor ladder which is useful for source selection or preset recall. The AC-5S requires one GPI. Therefore, up to 12 AC-5S controllers can connect to a single Soundweb London device, and up to 36 AC-5S controllers can connect to a single BLU-GPX.

The AC-V and AC-5S are configured using HiQnet London Architect or HiQnet Audio Architect via simple drag and drop operations. While almost any parameter can be mapped to the physical controls, the AC-V is most commonly used for volume control, and the AC-5S is most commonly used for source selection or preset recall.

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BSS
ac-v

The Soundweb Contrio AC-V and AC-5S are simple analog wall controllers designed for use with BSS Audio Soundweb London devices. Both the AC-V and AC-5S are available in black or white, and in single-gang US Decora or single-gang EU form factor.

The AC-V and AC-5S are designed to connect to General Purpose Inputs (GPI) (also known as “Control Inputs”) found on Soundweb London devices. Most Soundweb London devices contain 12 GPI. The Soundweb London BLU-GPX contains 36 GPI.

The AC-V contains a single 47k Ohm logarithmic potentiometer which is useful for volume control. The AC-V requires one GPI. Therefore, up to 12 AC-V controllers can connect to a single Soundweb London device, and up to 36 AC-V controllers can connect to a single BLU-GPX.

The AC-5S contains a single five-position resistor ladder which is useful for source selection or preset recall. The AC-5S requires one GPI. Therefore, up to 12 AC-5S controllers can connect to a single Soundweb London device, and up to 36 AC-5S controllers can connect to a single BLU-GPX.

The AC-V and AC-5S are configured using HiQnet London Architect or HiQnet Audio Architect via simple drag and drop operations. While almost any parameter can be mapped to the physical controls, the AC-V is most commonly used for volume control, and the AC-5S is most commonly used for source selection or preset recall.

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BSS
aec-card

The Soundweb London Acoustic Echo Cancellation (AEC) Input Cards are designed to populate any of the four card slots on Soundweb London BLU-800, BLU-805, BLU-806, BLU-320, BLU-325, BLU-326, BLU-160 and BLU-120 devices. These AEC Input Cards enable Soundweb London devices to cancel acoustic echo arising when sound from a loudspeaker enters a microphone in the same room in a conference application.

Like the Soundweb London Analog Input Cards, the Soundweb London AEC Input Cards offer Phantom Power, configurable per channel and software controlled analog gain in 6dB steps from 0dB to 48dB.

They offer four independent channels of AEC which can be freely configured in software and individual AEC references allowing users to provide a solution for multiple spaces using a single device.

Automatic Gain Control (AGC) ensures that the inputs of the microphones are set at the optimum level. Noise Cancellation (NC) removes steady state noise (such as from a projector fan or air conditioning device) from the signal path. This stops the noise from being amplified.

Non-Linear Processing (NLP) dynamically adjusts to minimize echo caused by under or over-cancellation.

The Soundweb London AEC Input Cards also offer a direct microphone feed for local sound reinforcement. This allows full-bandwidth, low latency, direct microphone signals to be mixed and processed for local sound reinforcement purposes.

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BSS
analog-input-card

The Soundweb London Analog Input Card is designed to populate any of the four card slots on Soundweb London BLU-800, BLU-805, BLU-806, BLU-320, BLU-325, BLU-326, BLU-160, BLU-120, BLU-80, BLU-32 and BLU-16 devices. This analog card enables Soundweb London devices to receive microphone / line level signals.

The Soundweb London Analog Input Card offers Phantom Power, configurable per channel and software controlled analog gain in 6dB steps from 0dB to 48dB.

The Analog Input Card has two Combicon connectors which are used as follows:

  • Connector 1
    • Balanced / Unbalanced Audio, Channel 1 - Mic/Line
    • Balanced / Unbalanced Audio, Channel 2 - Mic/Line
  • Connector 2
    • Balanced / Unbalanced Audio, Channel 3 - Mic/Line
    • Balanced / Unbalanced Audio, Channel 4 - Mic/Line
Connector [Mic/Line Combicon] [Mic/Line Combicon]
Signal 4 3 2 1
Pin [S + -] [S + -] [S + -] [S + -]

 

Balanced Hot: to + Unbalanced Hot: to +
  Cold: to -   Link to Shield: to -
  Shield: to S   Shield: to S
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BSS
analog-output-card

The Soundweb London Analog Output Card is designed to populate any of the four card slots on Soundweb London BLU-800, BLU-805, BLU-806, BLU-320, BLU-325, BLU-326, BLU-160, BLU-120, BLU-80, BLU-32 and BLU-16 devices. This analog card enables Soundweb London devices to send line level signals.

The Analog Output Card has two Combicon connectors which are used as follows:

  • Connector 1
    • Balanced / Unbalanced Audio, Channel 1 - Mic/Line
    • Balanced / Unbalanced Audio, Channel 2 - Mic/Line
  • Connector 2
    • Balanced / Unbalanced Audio, Channel 3 - Mic/Line
    • Balanced / Unbalanced Audio, Channel 4 - Mic/Line
Connector [Line Combicon] [Line Combicon]
Signal 4 3 2 1
Pin [S + -] [S + -] [S + -] [S + -]

 

Balanced Hot: to + Unbalanced Hot: to +
  Cold: to -   Link to Shield: to -
  Shield: to S   Shield: to S
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BSS
ar-133

ARCHITECT'S AND ENGINEER'S SPECIFICATION

AR-133 Active DI Box / Line Balancer

The Active Direct Inject box shall provide a transformer balanced and isolated feed from a source input via a 1/4" TRS jack or 3-pin XLR-type connector. The output of the DI box shall be via an XLR connector. The unit shall also provide a 1/4" TRS jack in parallel with the input to act as a link for line bridging. The link shall be a direct feed from the input, or shall optionally be fed from an actively buffered input signal.

The unit shall be powered either via a phantom power source, or via a standard PP3 type 9 volt battery. An led shall illuminate continuously to show power is provided by a phantom source, or flash approximately every 2 seconds if powered by the battery.

Switches shall be provided for: EARTH LIFT (output pin 1 disconnected from unit ground), INPUT ATTENUATION (of 0, 20 or 40dB), and Power On/Off.

The unit shall be housed in an aluminium extrusion fitted with isolating side-cheeks. The unit shall be sufficiently screened so it is not susceptible to external magnetic fields.

The Active DI box shall be the BSS Audio AR-133.

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BSS
blu-100

The Soundweb London BLU-100 offers a fixed configuration of 12 inputs and 8 outputs, configurable signal processing and a high bandwidth, fault tolerant digital audio bus.

The BLU-100 has open architecture which is fully configurable through HiQnet™ London Architect. A rich palette of processing and logic objects and a “drag and drop” method of configuration provide a simple and familiar design environment.

This processor features a low latency, fault tolerant digital audio bus of 48 channels which uses standard Category 5e cabling giving a distance of 100m between compatible devices. Fiber media converters can be used to increase the distance between devices to over 40km.

The BLU-100 is compatible with the entire Soundweb London family and its 48 channel digital audio bus represents channels 1-48 of the larger 256 channel digital audio bus when integrated with the BLU-800, BLU-320, BLU-160, BLU-120 and BLU-BOB devices.

Analog Inputs provide software configurable gain in 6dB steps up to +48dB per channel and software selectable Phantom Power per channel.

Phantom Power, Signal Present and Clip information per channel is easily accessible, without the requirement for a PC, from clear front panel LED indication. A bi-directional locate function allows devices to be identified both from and within HiQnet London Architect.

12 Control Inputs and 6 Logic Outputs allow the BLU-100 to be integrated with GPIO compatible devices. The Soundweb London Interface Kit, comprehensive documentation which details how Soundweb London systems can be integrated with third party control systems, is included within the installation of HiQnet London Architect.

The BLU-100 and the other members of the Soundweb London family provide the building blocks of the perfectly tailored system solution.

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BSS
blu-101

The Soundweb London BLU-101 offers a fixed configuration of 12 analog inputs and 8 analog outputs, configurable signal processing, AEC processing, and a high bandwidth, fault tolerant digital audio bus.

The BLU-101 has open architecture which is fully configurable through HiQnet™ London Architect. A rich palette of processing and logic objects and a “drag and drop” method of configuration provide a simple and familiar design environment.

The BLU-101 contains dedicated AEC processing for up to 12 independent AEC algorithms. The AEC algorithm can be applied to signals coming from the local analog inputs or from the digital audio bus. 12 individual AEC references (one per algorithm) allow the user to provide a solution for multiple conferencing spaces using a single device.

Automatic Gain Control (AGC) and Noise Cancellation (NC) are also provided per AEC algorithm. AGC ensures that microphone levels remain at an optimum level, and NC removes steady state noise (such as from a projector fan or air conditioning device) from the signal path.

This processor features a low latency, fault tolerant digital audio bus of 48 channels which uses standard Category 5e cabling giving a distance of 100m between compatible devices. Fiber media converters can be used to increase the distance between devices to over 40km.

The BLU-101 is compatible with the entire Soundweb London family and its 48 channel digital audio bus represents channels 1-48 of the larger 256 channel digital audio bus when integrated with the BLU-800, BLU-320, BLU-160, BLU-120, BLU-BIB and BLU-BOB devices.

Analog Inputs provide software configurable gain in 6dB steps up to +48dB per channel and software selectable Phantom Power per channel.

Phantom Power, Signal Present and Clip information per channel is easily accessible, without the requirement for a PC, from clear front panel LED indication. A bi-directional locate function allows devices to be identified both from and within HiQnet London Architect.

12 Control Inputs and 6 Logic Outputs allow the BLU-101 to be integrated with GPIO compatible devices. The Soundweb London Interface Kit, comprehensive documentation which details how Soundweb London systems can be integrated with third party control systems, is included within the installation of HiQnet London Architect.

The BLU-101 and the other members of the Soundweb London family provide the building blocks of the perfectly tailored system solution.

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BSS
blu-102

The Soundweb London BLU-102 offers a fixed configuration of 10 analog inputs and 8 analog outputs, an analog telephone interface, configurable signal processing, AEC processing, and a high bandwidth, fault tolerant digital audio bus.

The RJ-11 port enables the BLU-102 to interface with a standard POTS (aka PSTN or Analog PBX) telephone network.

The BLU-102 has open architecture which is fully configurable through HiQnet™ London Architect. A rich palette of processing and logic objects and a “drag and drop” method of configuration provide a simple and familiar design environment.

The BLU-102 contains dedicated AEC processing for up to 8 independent AEC algorithms. The AEC algorithm can be applied to signals coming from the local analog inputs or from the digital audio bus. 8 individual AEC references (one per algorithm) allow the user to provide a solution for multiple conferencing spaces using a single device.

Automatic Gain Control (AGC) and Noise Cancellation (NC) are also provided per AEC algorithm. AGC ensures that microphone levels remain at an optimum level, and NC removes steady state noise (such as from a projector fan or air conditioning device) from the signal path.

This processor features a low latency, fault tolerant digital audio bus of 48 channels which uses standard Category 5e cabling giving a distance of 100m between compatible devices. Fiber media converters can be used to increase the distance between devices to over 40km.

The BLU-102 is compatible with the entire Soundweb London family and its 48 channel digital audio bus represents channels 1-48 of the larger 256 channel digital audio bus when integrated with the BLU-800, BLU-320, BLU-160, BLU-120, BLU-BIB and BLU-BOB devices.

Analog Inputs provide software configurable gain in 6dB steps up to +48dB per channel and software selectable Phantom Power per channel.

Phantom Power, Signal Present and Clip information per channel is easily accessible, without the requirement for a PC, from clear front panel LED indication. A bi-directional locate function allows devices to be identified both from and within HiQnet London Architect.

12 Control Inputs and 6 Logic Outputs allow the BLU-102 to be integrated with GPIO compatible devices. The Soundweb London Interface Kit, comprehensive documentation which details how Soundweb London systems can be integrated with third party control systems, is included within the installation of HiQnet London Architect.

The BLU-102 and the other members of the Soundweb London family provide the building blocks of the perfectly tailored system solution.

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BSS
blu-103

The Soundweb London BLU-103 offers a fixed configuration of 8 analog inputs and 8 analog outputs, a Voice over IP (VoIP) interface, configurable signal processing, AEC processing, and a high bandwidth, fault tolerant digital audio bus.

The VoIP port enables the BLU-103 to interface with two VoIP (SIP v2.0 or later) lines.

The BLU-103 contains dedicated AEC processing for up to 8 independent AEC algorithms. The AEC algorithm can be applied to signals coming from the local analog inputs or from the digital audio bus. 8 individual AEC references (one per algorithm) allow the user to provide a solution for multiple conferencing spaces using a single device.

Automatic Gain Control (AGC) and Noise Cancellation (NC) are also provided per AEC algorithm. AGC ensures that microphone levels remain at an optimum level, and NC removes steady state noise (such as from a projector fan or air conditioning device) from the signal path.

This processor features a low latency, fault tolerant digital audio bus of 48 channels which uses standard Category 5e cabling giving a distance of 100m between compatible devices. Fiber media converters can be used to increase the distance between devices to over 40km.

The BLU-103 is compatible with the entire Soundweb London family and its 48 channel digital audio bus represents channels 1-48 of the larger 256 channel digital audio bus when integrated with the BLU-806, BLU-805, BLU-800, BLU-326, BLU-325, BLU-320, BLU-160, BLU-120, BLU-BIB and BLU-BOB devices.

Analog Inputs provide software configurable gain in 6dB steps up to +48dB per channel and software selectable Phantom Power per channel.

Phantom Power, Signal Present and Clip information per channel is easily accessible, without the requirement for a PC, from clear front panel LED indication. A bi-directional locate function allows devices to be identified both from and within HiQnet Audio Architect™.

12 Control Inputs and 6 Logic Outputs allow the BLU-103 to be integrated with GPIO compatible devices. The Soundweb London Interface Kit, comprehensive documentation which details how Soundweb London systems can be integrated with third party control systems, is included within the installation of HiQnet Audio Architect.

The BLU-103 and the other members of the Soundweb London family provide the building blocks of the perfectly tailored system solution.

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BSS
blu-10blk

Programming the BLU-10

Soundweb users will be familiar with the simple drag-and-drop programming interface, and the BLU-10 interface is very similar. Once the menu pages have been created, operation of the pages can be tested using the special simulation mode, which emulates how the controller will work when in use. This allows menu structures to be checked before the system goes live.

The BLU-10 connects into a Soundweb London network via its Ethernet port, either directly into the rear of a rackmount device such as the BLU-16 with a Cat 5 crossover cable or with a standard Cat 5 cable into an Ethernet switch. The unit is powered either using the terminals on the rear, accepting a range of 12V - 48V DC or with IEEE802.3af Power Over Ethernet (POE).

Mechanical Installation

The BLU-10 mounts in a standard US 3-gang wallbox (available from BSS Audio) using the screws provided with the unit.

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BSS
blu-10blu

Programming the BLU-10

Soundweb users will be familiar with the simple drag-and-drop programming interface, and the BLU-10 interface is very similar. Once the menu pages have been created, operation of the pages can be tested using the special simulation mode, which emulates how the controller will work when in use. This allows menu structures to be checked before the system goes live.

The BLU-10 connects into a Soundweb London network via its Ethernet port, either directly into the rear of a rackmount device such as the BLU-16 with a Cat 5 crossover cable or with a standard Cat 5 cable into an Ethernet switch. The unit is powered either using the terminals on the rear, accepting a range of 12V - 48V DC or with IEEE802.3af Power Over Ethernet (POE).

Mechanical Installation

The BLU-10 mounts in a standard US 3-gang wallbox (available from BSS Audio) using the screws provided with the unit.

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BSS
blu-10wht

Programming the BLU-10

Soundweb users will be familiar with the simple drag-and-drop programming interface, and the BLU-10 interface is very similar. Once the menu pages have been created, operation of the pages can be tested using the special simulation mode, which emulates how the controller will work when in use. This allows menu structures to be checked before the system goes live.

The BLU-10 connects into a Soundweb London network via its Ethernet port, either directly into the rear of a rackmount device such as the BLU-16 with a Cat 5 crossover cable or with a standard Cat 5 cable into an Ethernet switch. The unit is powered either using the terminals on the rear, accepting a range of 12V - 48V DC or with IEEE802.3af Power Over Ethernet (POE).

Mechanical Installation

The BLU-10 mounts in a standard US 3-gang wallbox (available from BSS Audio) using the screws provided with the unit.

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BSS
blu-120

The Soundweb London BLU-120 offers configurable I/O and a high bandwidth, fault tolerant digital audio bus.

The BLU-120 is configurable through HiQnet™ London Architect. A rich palette of logic objects and a “drag and drop” method of configuration provide a simple and familiar design environment.

This processor features a low latency, fault tolerant digital audio bus of 256 channels which uses standard Category 5e cabling giving a distance of 100m between compatible devices. Fiber optic media converters can be used to increase the distance between devices to over 40km.

Four card slots facilitate many different device I/O configurations. Each slot can accommodate any of six available I/O cards, including the Analog Input Card, Analog Output Card, Digital Input Card, Digital Output Card, AEC Input Card, and Telephone Hybrid Card. Each card supports four channels.

Analog Input Cards provide software configurable gain in 6dB steps up to +48dB per channel and software selectable Phantom Power per channel. Digital Input Cards and Digital Output Cards process AES/EBU and/or S/PDIF audio and offer a variety of clocking and syncing options. (Further information about the I/O cards can be found on dedicated datasheets)

Phantom Power, Sync, Signal Present and Clip information per channel is easily accessible, without the requirement for a PC, from clear front panel LED indication. Device-specific information such as Device Name, Device Type, Firmware Version Number, Time, IP Address and Subnet Mask is available from the front panel display. A bi-directional locate function allows devices to be identified both from and within HiQnet London Architect.

12 Control Inputs and 6 Logic Outputs allow the BLU-120 to be integrated with GPIO compatible devices. The Soundweb London Interface Kit, comprehensive documentation which details how Soundweb London systems can be integrated with third party control systems, is included within the installation of HiQnet London Architect.

The BLU-120 and the other members of the Soundweb London family provide the building blocks of the perfectly tailored system solution.


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