TT1-A is ready to be connected to RDNet. Just plug in the RDNet optional input (AC RDNet IN/OUT Plug) and connect your speaker to a Control 8 or Control 2 Interface.
Using the RDNet protocol is possible to monitor all the system parameters, from the input to the status of each single amplifier. With the integrated DSP board of each unit, it is possible to address to single cabinets or groups of cabinets specific presets via the RDNet GUI software.
Furthermore to do modifications of parameters like gain, equalisation or delay.
When online the RDNet Control 8 unit sequentially scans all audio devices, which are automatically assigned to digital addresses.
The loudspeaker object are automatically added to the software synoptic, and the software shows an object for each loudspeaker (or any other audio device) that has been found.
In the object window you get different indications of the speaker and also switch functions such as Mute & Solo.
There are two indicators of the signal level: the first is a bar, the second a single LED to indicate the peaks.
The display also indicate with a yellow alert symbol if there is a wrong setting in the system.
The object window includes the Group parameter, the Mute and Solo commands and the Recall indicator.
In the center there is level bars, a pair per each speaker way: Low, Low, Mid & High. In each pair the left bar indicates the signal level of its respective way, the right bar indicates the compressor operation.
The ok LEDs indicate that each speaker way is working properly and Mute switch are also acccessable for the same window.
Speed indication of FAN 1 & FAN 2, internal temperature indication and Angle shows the loudspeaker (vertical tilt).
Settings for loudspeaker field (NEAR / MID NEAR / MID FAR / FAR) & cluster loudspeaker number setting.
Setting of signal level attenuation (value: from 0 to -20 dB).
Signal Delay setting, express in range of 0
A graphical display of your different EQ settings
Settings of EQ types, Flatten, Disable & Inverted PH buttons. Furthermore Save and Send options. Save function: Sends and stores the equalization to the selected speaker. Send function: Sends (without storing) the equalization to the selected loudspeaker.
DISABLED: the filter is disabled.
SHELVING_HIGH: increase or decrease the level of all frequencies below the selected frequency by the specified amount.
PEQ: parametric equalizer that allows to adjust the level L at the settable center frequency Fc and specify the bandwith BW (the adjusted level can be widened or narrowed)
LOW_PASS (available as filter only):
Butterworth 24 dB / octave low-pass filter
(note: filter GAIN control is disabled).
HIGH_PASS (available as second filter only):
Butterworth 24 dB / octave hi-pass filter (note: filter GAIN control is disabled).
The Frequency and Gain can be adjusted either graphically (through the mouse), bu enabling the “Visible” option (to visualize the filter intervention) and moving the little coloured square or in an analytical way, by inserting the values in the cells and then activating the “Visible” option.
The overall equalization is shown as a red line, the intervention of a single filter as a line of ist respectiove colour.