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Ivan Beaver

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Re: Church install..
« Reply #10 on: January 27, 2013, 10:48:04 am »

  Looks like a "courtesy bid" situation.
Which basically means you will waste a lot of time putting together a package-with no hope of actually getting the work.

So unless you enjoy doing work for free-----------------------------------------
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Re: Church install..
« Reply #11 on: January 27, 2013, 11:10:40 am »

Markertek.com sells AES XLR to BNC adapters. Just a balanced to unbalanced transformer I believe. Hope this helps.

Been using Canare AES transformers for years:

http://www.canare.com/ProductItemDisplay.aspx?productItemID=4

http://www.canare.com/ProductItemDisplay.aspx?productItemID=15
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Re: Church install..
« Reply #12 on: January 28, 2013, 07:47:20 am »

The Canare that Greg noted is one option, there is also http://www.neutrik.com/en/accessories/aes-ebu-impedance-transformers/, http://www.switchcraft.com/productsummary.aspx?Parent=1062 and http://www.sescom.com/product.asp?item=SES-AES-EBU-1.
 
I have to agree with everyone else, without a good, complete bid document you are just about guaranteed to end up comparing apples to oranges and if one of the people involved in reviewing the bids and making the decision represents the apple orchard then why bother?  It sounds a bit like they are essentially getting a free design review and since it also sounds as though the design may have some issues you might want to suggest that if they really want competitive bids the church should hire an independent party to help them prepare and review a legitimate bid package.
 
 
As far as the processor, the Dolby DP569 is a hardware encoder and to encode 5.1 surround you need to feed the encoder the six related audio signals.  On the other side of that, the Dolby DP564 is the corresponding decoder, however I usually use something like:
 
http://www.extron.com/product/product.aspx?id=ssp&subtype=354&s=4
 
http://www.crestron.com/resources/product_and_programming_resources/catalogs_and_brochures/online_catalog/default.asp?jump=1&model=c2n-dap8
 
http://usa.d-mpro.com/us/denon/Products/Pages/ProductDetails.aspx?CatId=ReceiversTuners&SubCatId=SurroundSoundPreamplifiers&ProductId=DN500AVAVSurroundPreamplifier.
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