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Steve Rynbrandt

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Re: TOA 9000 Series
« Reply #10 on: June 03, 2007, 11:55:27 am »

Another good source of information can be the Crestron Yahoo group.

http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/Crestron/

While I do not have any personal experience with the TOA 9000 series control protocol, I do know that some others over there have.

Steve Rynbrandt

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Steve Mate

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Re: TOA 9000 Series
« Reply #11 on: June 05, 2007, 01:34:04 pm »

Aaron and Tom -

Points of clarification:

The 9000 Series features 10 bands of parametric eq on each input using the dual mic/line input module, model D-001T. There are also 10 bands of parametric eq on each of the two built-in amplifier outputs and on each line output using the dual line output module, model T-001T.

Control modules for the 9000 Series are readily available from both AMX and Crestron. A control protocol document is also available for download from http://toaelectronics.com/amp0011.asp.

I hope this helps!

Best Regards,

Steve Mate
Director of Marketing
TOA Electronics, Inc.
1-800-733-7088, ext. 255
www.toaelectronics.com
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Tom Young

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Re: TOA 9000 Series
« Reply #12 on: June 05, 2007, 01:47:43 pm »

Steve-

Thanks for the clarifications.

How about crossovers. What is available ?
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Re: TOA 9000 Series
« Reply #13 on: June 05, 2007, 06:47:41 pm »

Tom -

By crossovers, I assume you mean true "speaker processor" type filters (Bessel, Linkwitz-Riley, etc.). Unfortunately, at the target price-point, these are not included in the 9000 Series. Each input and output channel includes the 10-band parametric EQ, high/low shelving (bass/treble) and high/low pass filters (12 dB/oct.). The HPF and LPF are intended for use in background/foreground music system applications (ex. ceiling speakers and subwoofers).

As you may also be aware, TOA does offer several models with serious speaker processor filtering in models DP-K1 (new), D-901 and DP-0206. More information is at http://toaelectronics.com/sig0000.asp.

Best Regards,

Steve Mate
Director of Marketing
TOA Electronics, Inc.
1-800-733-7088, ext. 255
www.toaelectronics.com
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Jon Bannan

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Re: TOA 9000 Series
« Reply #14 on: June 13, 2007, 03:22:38 pm »

Hey Aaron,

We have a 9000 installed with a Crestron CP2E and TPS 3100L in our Aquatics Center on campus.  We've been very happy with it.  The routing is pretty easy to work with.  And with the Crestron control, I've given the Aquatics director a web interface so he can control the system, turn on zones, adjust volume, etc from his office instead of going next door to the room with the touch panel installed.  They are very happy with it.  Plus with the routing, it allows you to setup zones on your outputs.

Jon
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