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Allen & Heath SRM Series Mixer
Manufacturer
Allen & Heath
Model SRM Series
Date 1985
Category Professional music equipment
Group Mixer
Description
Information
                                    The ALLEN AND HEATH BRENELL SRM Series designed as "On
Stage" monitor mixers for use by artists requiring 6 or 8
independent mixes within their performing environment. There
are two models - SRM186 and SRM248.

To be used in conjunction with a high quality monitor system
(ie Speakers, Amplifiers, Equalizers, etc), both the needs
of the artist and engineer are easily satisfied by extensive
use of patch and insert points, and the liberal use of
status LED indicators throughout. Incorporation of an
internal Microphone splitter eliminates the need for costly
external systems.

Monitor systems have been shown to be capable of producing
higher and more intelligible sound levels before feedback
when the mixing equipment and engineer are in the same
environment as the artist (on stage, usually behind the main
Speaker system). Because of the better communications
between the artist and engineer, the mix can more easily be
tailored to the artist's needs.

The engineer's portion of the monitor system is designed so
that external equalization can easily be patched into any of
the 6 individual groups.

The equalized signal can be monitored through the PFL (Solo)
system, exactly as the artist is hearing it. The engineer
has a choice of monitoring, using headphones or his own
Speaker system. A mute switch is provided on this output to
eliminate the need for adjusting engineering monitor levels
when switching between headphones and speakers. A separate
LED meter is used to follow the PFL (Solo) function of the
mixer. This prevents confusion that could occur if one meter
were used for multiple functions, as employed in some
current designs.

Physical layout and colour selections have been chosen for
ease of operation under low light conditions as are often
encountered on stage wings during a performance. BNC
connectors are provided for use with optional goose neck
lighting fixtures. An arm rest is provided for engineering
comfort during long performances.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Manual Type User Manual with schematics Allen-11736-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages 39
Size 871.21 Kbytes (892117 Bytes)
Language english
Revision
Manual-ID/Number
Date 01 January 1985
Quality Scanned document, reading partly badly, partly not readable.
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INTRODUCTION

1.	SPECIFICATIONS

2.	PANEL CONTROL SUMMARY

*	Input channel

*	Group

*	Master

3.	CONNECTION DETAILS

*	Mic splitter use

*	Grounding problems

*	Direct boxes

*	Instrument inputs

*	Line level to mic level conversion

*	Aux inputs

*	External gear Input insert Group insert

*	Amplifier connection

*	Engineering

4.	OPERATION

*	Introduction

*	Mix matrix

*	Group controls

*	Monitor system

*	Talkback

*	Aux inputs

5.	SERVICE & GUARANTEE

INFORMATION	* Service and Guarantee

*	Service notes

*	Spare parts list

*	Schematic diagrams
Allen-11736-Manual-Page-1-Picture


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