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Dsr1600 1800

  1. 1. DVCAM Editing Player/Recorder DSR-1600P / DSR-1800P Datum: 11/2000 Ref.- Nr: 2378 Contents l Product Concept l Sales points l Main Features l Specifications l Dimensions l Appendix - Comparison chart for DSR-1800P vs. DSR-80P vs. AJ-D450P - Improvement on predecessor models - Settings on Editing control units DSR-1600 DSR-1800
  2. 2. Product Concept Since the launch of DVCAM in 1996, DSR-80P Editing Recorder and DSR-60P Editing Player have been playing active roles in a variety of video production fields, such as production houses, corporate, educational facilities etc. One of the impressive phenomena for the DVCAM is that excellences of this format as well as the equipment is highly recognized and appreciated not only at B&I markets which was an original target for the DVCAM but also at ENG fields that requires more professional better quality e.g. picture & sound, durability under harsh conditions and reliable editing performances. Of course, this much owes to its popularity of consumer DV camcorders and PNC’s compact DVCAM equipment. It’s also true that the well- acceptance of the DVCAM in wider fields has been brought out by DSR-2000P with its high-standards of performances. For the DSR-80P and the DSR-60P, along with their gradual penetration into the markets, they’ve been receiving reports on defects or opinions from users especially familiar with operation of analog Betacam SP, which should be considered to improve or newly implement. Performances of jog audio, slow motion, process delay between input and output have been major complaints. Requests for i.LINK operation have been also increasing due to its popularity as a convenient interface in Non-linear editing environment or a system with consumer DV equipment. Therefore, reflecting these demands and employing higher-standards of technologies and experiences in the DSR-2000P, we will innovate the DSR-80P and the DSR-60P by introducing new line-ups, DSR-1800P and DSR-1600P as their successor models. The DSR-1800P and the DSR-1600P boast not only improvements of the above functions but also an excellent search dial and DVCPRO playback. More compact unit size and lower power consumption also complement efficiency of a system operation. Furthermore, in order to make them more competitive enough in price-competition with which DVCPRO often comes up, especially the price of the DSR-1800P is set almost the same as the DSR-80P in spite of having better features. With all these excellences and innovations available, the DSR-1800P and the DSR- 1600P will be major workforces in video production fields by satisfying those highly professionals.
  3. 3. Sales Points 1. Professional editing performances inherited from DSR-2000P - Noiseless-smooth Digital Slow within the range - Noiseless-smooth Jog Audio within the range - Playback capability of DV (25Mbps) format recorded tapes - No frame delay between video and audio in voice-over 2. Playback compatibility with DV Family Format - DVCPRO playback - No need for a mechanical cassette adaptor - No need for menu change in choosing tape format 3. Equipped with a responsive Jog/Shuttle Dial - Quick and easy in finding desired editing points 4. i.LINK operation with an optional board - Capable of direct editing with a camcorder equipped with i.LINK - Widens a range of applications linking i.LINK-equipped machines 5. Advantageously highly professional, yet Affordable - Higher performance yet lower-priced comparing with DVCPRO machines - Suitable not only for conventional B&I linear editing system but for non-linear editing - Suitable as a lower-cost office viewer with a Jog/shuttle dial and all DV playback capability ideals for news-applications at BC stations. 6. Improvement on DSR-80P/60 - Picture quality improvement - SDI multi-generation dubbing quality (PAL model) - No process delay between video and audio in voice-over Main Features 1) DVCAM Format 2) Playback capability of DV (25Mbps) Format recorded tapes 3) Excellent Editing Functions 1. Responsive Jog/Shuttle Dial 2. Excellent Digital Slow motion with clear pictures 3. Noiseless and clear Digital Jog Audio 4. Superb Audio editing capabilities - Audio cross fade - 4CH Independent editing - Channel MIX/SWAP 5. Frame accurate editing via RS-422A and i.LINK 6. Perfect Voice-over with No Frame delay 7. No system delay 8. Instant Start at Designated Editing Point 9. DMC (Dynamic Motion Control) via External controller 10. ClipLink 4) Improvement of Picture Quality 1. SDI multi-generation dubbing quality (PAL) 2. Reduction of Mosaic noises in Panning pictures 3. Picture quality in Slow motion
  4. 4. 5) Other Conveniences 1. 16:9 Aspect Ratio 2. Vertical Interval Time Code (VITC) 3. Universal Powering System 4. Flexible Input Selection 5. Channel Condition Monitoring 6. Internal Signal Generator 7. Character Generator 8. Closed Caption 9. Rec Inhibit by menu 10. Full Tape dubbing with ClipLink Log Data 11. Can be installed in Flexicart for Automatic On-air operation 6) Offers Flexibility in Digital Interfaces DSBK-1801 DSBK-1802 DSBK-1803 DSBK-1601 DSBK-1602 7) Excellent Mechanical Design 1. Three-positioning cassette compartment 2. Improvements in compactness, light-weight, power-consumption Main Features 1. DVCAM Format l Digital Component Recording Format l 4CH/2CH PCM Audio l Maximum 3 hours Recording 2. Playback Capability with DV Family Formats The DSR-1800P/DSR-1600P has an excellent playback compatibility with DV family formats (25Mbps) except DV-LP recorded tapes to offer flexibility in accepting video sources in various types of video editing environment. The ‘DV family formats’*1 include not only DVCAM and DV but also DVCPRO*2 format. Tapes of these formats can be played back in the DSR-1800P/1600 without any special mechanical adaptor. Also there is no need for menu changes in choosing the formats. They can be directly inserted, played back and also utilized as editing sources. The editing functions such as Digital slow motion, jog audio and DMC are available regardless of the tape formats. This means even when using the DV or DVCPRO recorded tapes as editing sources, there is no need to dub up to other higher format, which is often required on DVCPRO VTR. *1: Unlike the DSR-2000P, the DSR-1800P/1600 does not accept the DV-LP-recorded tape since they do not employ narrow-pitch heads for the DV-LP playback. The DSR-1800P/1600 playbacks thin-type consumer DV tapes (SP mode). *2: DVCPRO output is not available with SDTI (QSDI) and i.LINK due to differences in construction of AUX data. For PAL area, the difference in video sampling also contributes to this inability.
  5. 5. Playback compatibility in DSR-1800P and DSR-1600P Consumer DV (Mini) Consumer DV (Std) DSR-1800 DVCAM (Mini) DVCAM (Std) DVCPRO (Std) DSR-1600 DVCPRO (Large) 3. Excellent Editing Functions l Responsive Jog/Shuttle Dial The DSR-1800P/1600 incorporates a built-in Jog/Shuttle dial in its front panel, which enables highly responsive operation giving a great convenience in searching desired editing points. * Search dial with ergonomic design * Notice 1: No VTR-to-VTR editing is possible with DSR-1800P/1600 due to no editing functions in its front panel. * Notice 2: Front panel is neither detachable nor tiltable. l Wider range of Digital Slow Motion The DSR-1800P/1600 boasts a wider digital noiseless slow range from –0.5 to +0.5 times normal playback speed, in increments of 1%, making it easy to designate editing points. This range is effective for all DV formats (25Mbps) that are acceptable on the DSR- 1800P/1600.
  6. 6. l Noiseless and Clear Digital Jog Sound The DSR-1800P/1600 offers excellently smooth and clear performance of jog sound within the provided range of –0.5 to +0.5 times normal playback speed, just like we have experienced in analog VTR. This allows easier decision of editing points listening to the audible jog sound. This will be of a great weapon to appeal to ENG markets that often relies on jog audio in news editing application. This excellence is effective for all DV family formats (25Mbps) the DSR-1800P/1600 accepts. l Superb Audio Editing Functions Ø Audio Cross-fade editing The DSR-1800P employs the Audio Cross-fade mode to achieve clear transition of audio at the editing points. Audio Cross Fade DVCPRO DVCAM In Out In Editing Mode Pre-recorded audio Fade out + Assembled/Inserted Fade in Audio Cross fade In Playback Mode * In Recording- Cut Mode DVCPRO Fade Mode Cut Mode In Out In Editing Editing Mode point •« In Editing Pre-recorded Fade out tape Mode + Assembled/Inserted Fade in Audio Editing point •« In Playback In Playback Mode Mode + Audio fade in/out Audio click (1/100 sec.) quot;No soundquot; noise
  7. 7. Ø Independent 4Ch/2Ch audio editing The DSR-1800P allows independently edit 4 audio channels, which best suits needs for creating or editing video material with multi-languages or a variety of audio sources. Ø Audio channel MIX/SWAP l Frame accurate editing via RS-422A or i.LINK The DSR-1800P/1600 is equipped with an RS-422A remote control interface (9-pin) to interface with Sony EditStations, Sony VTR and editing controllers. Equipped with an optional DSBK-1803 i.LINK/DV Input/Output Board, i.LINK-based control is also available. Frame accurate editing is possible in both cases. l Achievement of No Input/Output Delay enables Outstanding Audio Editing Ø Perfect Voice-over with No frame delay Some frames-delay between video and audio in the voice-over has been annoyance in conventional DV-based VTR, including DVCPRO machines and DSR series except DSR- 2000P. However, due to employment of the newly–developed digital processing and pre- read technology that have been also applied to the DSR-2000P, the DSR-1800P has realized the excellent voice-over functions with perfect matching of video and audio in over-dubbing of audio without any frame delay. * Voice-over Microphone Recorder Play w/Pre-read head Output from CH2 Input to CH4 CH1: Source 1 CH2: Source 2 Narration CH3: Source 3 CH4: Narration + Source 2
  8. 8. Ø Simultaneous Channel Mixing during Input Recording The DSR-1800P is capable of mixing of pre-recorded audio channels into a vacant channel while doing voice-over or receiving input audio signals. For example (See a diagram below), if you are making a recording of input sources from Player or other audio equipment, onto Channel 1 on a tape that has already recordings on Channel 3 and Channel 4, leaving Channel 2 vacant, you can make a recording of mixing sounds of the Channel 3 and 4 onto the Channel 2 simultaneously. * Audio Mix Player Recorder or DAT, CD, Microphone… Input Play w/Pre-read head Audio Mixer Rec Source A CH1: CH1: Recording source B from Player Source B CH2: CH2: Recording source 3 + 4 Tape Source C CH3: CH3: Source 3 CH4: Source D CH4: Source 4 l Instant Start at Designated Editing Point The DSR-1800P/1600 boasts immediate and precise start-up when changing operational modes especially from STILL to PLAY modes. This conveniently allow users those who especially engaged in ENG environment and want to skip a process of PREIEW to save even a bit of time, to check the designated IN or OUT edit points. l DMC (Dynamic Motion Control) via External controller Being controlled by an external editing controller, the DSR-1800P/1600 provides noiseless slow-motion pictures within the range of –0.5 to +0.5 time normal speed. Note: The DMC is not available through i.LINK and SDTI (QSDI) since minute speed control is impossible via these interfaces. l ClipLink The DSR-1800P/1600 supports the ClipLink operation. Being integrated in a NLE system with EditStations, the DSR-1800P/1600 plays an active role by sending the ClipLink information data onto the EditStations to provide great efficiency through the whole editing process. Also, the DSR-1800P has a capability of full tape dubbing with ClipLink Log Data either through i.LINK or a combination of SDTI (QSDI) + RS-422A. Note: ClipLink data is not alterable.
  9. 9. 4. Improvement in Picture Quality l SDI Multi-generation dubbing quality (PAL only) Due to employment of newly developed algorithm filter, color blurring that has been annoying in SDI dubbing with a predecessor model of DSR-80P is extremely reduced in the DSR-1800P. l Reduction of Mosaic noises in Panning pictures By improving DCT motion detector, the DSR-1800P/1600 offers great improvement in picture quality especially in viewing panning pictures. For example, when watching the panning pictures, tiny compression mosaic noises are extremely reduced to the level that is almost invisible. This excellence of picture quality is very remarkable so that you will see a big difference at a glance even in the first generation of pictures in comparing with that of DVCPRO machines. It is more striking when you compare them with multi-generation pictures. l Picture quality in Slow motion Employing the same Y-Add filter as the one that has been used in Digital Betacam or Betacam SX VTR, the DSR-1800P/1600 offers smooth digital slow motion picture by greatly reducing vertical vibration. The difference of picture stability between DSR- 1800P/DSR-1600P and DVCPRO is also apparent especially comparing in the range of less than 0.5 times normal speed. 5. Other Conveniences l 16:9 Aspect Ratio The DSR-1800P/1600 has capability of recording and playing back the 16:9 aspect ratio pictures shot by DXC-D35WS + DSR-1, DSR-500WS or DSR-200A by receiving a wide aspect ID pulse signal as video auxiliary data which indicates the picture is shot in the 16:9 aspect ratio. l VITC (Vertical Interval Time Code) The DSR-1800P/1600 supports not only Time Code in sub code area on a tape but also Vertical Interval Time Code (VITC) through all video signal interfaces. When receiving video signal with the VITC, the DSR-1800P reads and records (DSR- 1800P only) it in video auxiliary data area. The VITC is output by being inserted on video signal. Also, the Time Code in sub code area can be output as the VITC. The VITC facilitates cable-handling enabling copying video signal and TC (Time Code or VITC) with just a single BNC cable via composite or SDI, or allows users to record other time code data in video auxiliary data area in addition to the Time Code, which is helpful especially for off-line editing. l Video Control (Process Control) The DSR-1800P/1600 is equipped with a built-in Video Controller for the output of highly stable analog and digital video signals, which is available by menu operation. With the Video Control, Video level, Chroma level, Chroma phase (hue)*, Y/C delay, Sync phase, SC phase and Set up (black) for composite, S-video, component and SDI outputs can be controlled. Equipped with a Video Control port (15-pin) in a rear panel, the video control can be also adjusted from an external TBC remote controller. *: Following precedent Betacam SX and Digital Betacam VTR, there is a difference in the function name between UC/J and CE models as follows; UC and J models: Chroma phase (hue) CE model: Chroma phase
  10. 10. l Universal Powering System The DSR-1800P/1600 employs the universal powering system to handle AC 100V to 240V. This system allows users to bring and use the DSR-1800P/1600 anywhere around the world without a transformer*. * Please note that the safety regulations of the DSR-1800P/1600 are taken per model (UC 7, CED, J). l Flexible Input/Output Selection The DSR-1800P/1600 has flexibility in input (DSR-1800P only) and output selection, which enables various combinations of video and audio inputs (DSR-1800P only) and outputs. However, there are limitations in the following cases; i. LINK: No combination with other I/F SDTI (QSDI) for Audio: When SDTI (QSDI) is selected for audio, video signal is determined to be SDTI (QSDI). However, when SDTI (QSDI) is chosen for video, other I/F can be chosen for audio. XLR Video Audio i.LINK SDTI(QSDI) SDI AES/ EBU i.LINK SDTI(QSDI) SDI Component Composi e t S- video l Channel Condition Monitoring For ensuring reliable editing condition, the DSR-1800P/1600 is equipped with the channel condition monitoring function representing a particular error rate threshold level with three-color (G/Y/R) indicator. This is effective for all DV formats (25Mbps) that the DSR-1800P/1600 handles. Meanings of each color are as follows; Green: Allowed to continue the reliable operation. Errors are corrected perfectly. Yellow: Need to check the VTR and requested appropriate management. The status of the error correction is in-between Green and Red. Red: Now allowed to continue the reliable operation. Errors are not corrected and concealment is not effective. l Internal Signal Generator The DSR-1800P/1600 incorporates an internal signal generator. The indicator generates Color bar (Full-field/NTSC: 75% color bar, PAL: 100% color bar) or Black burst for video and 1kHz or No sound for audio. This function is convenient for making a pre-striped tape before editing. l Character Generator The DSR-1800P/1600 has a built-in character generator, which superimposes characters o the video signal output from the VIDEO OUT 2 terminal. Time code data (TC, User bit), VTR operation status, menu items and all alarm, warning and error messages can be shown in a monitor display.
  11. 11. l Auto Repeat The DSR-1800P/1600 has the Auto repeat function that is the first adoption among Sony recorders. l Power-on Playback l Closed Caption (UC model only) Available from both SDI and analog interfaces. l Rec. Inhibit by Menu l Full tape dubbing with ClipLink Log Data l Can be installed in Flexicart* * Note: Some modifications will be required to the Flexicart. The detailed information will be announced in due course. 6. Full of Analog and Digital Interfaces l Full of Analog Interfaces The DSR-1800P/1600 provides full of analog interfaces as standard for both video and audio to maintain excellent compatibility with existing conventional analog equipment. The equipped interfaces ranges from component, composite, S-video, XLR audio. l Full of Digital Interfaces as Options Providing a variety of digital interfaces as options, the DSR-1800P/1600 offers extensive applications with various digital VTR from Digital Betacam with SDI to Consumer DV- equipped machines and Digital 8 camcorders with i. LINK. Especially, availability of i. LINK makes it possible for the DSR-1800P/1600 to be connected with i. LINK-based Non- linear editing system*. * Note: Communication between DSR-1800P/1600 and NLE sys on PC via i.LINK is possible only when jitters on signal are within the range provided for IEEE1394. The following digital interfaces are available with respective optional boards; DSBK-1801: SDI/AES/EBU Input/Output Board for DSR-1800P SDI (BNC: Video and audio are embedded) AES/EBU (BNC) DSBK-1802: SDTI (QSDI) Input/Output Board for DSR-1800P SDTI (QSDI) (BNC) DSBK-1803: i.LINK/DV Input/Output Board for DSR-1800P/DSR-1600P 6-pin connector with no lock function is provided. DSBK-1601: SDI/AES/EBU Output Board for DSR-1600P SDI (BNC: Video and audio are embedded) AES/EBU (BNC) DSBK-1602: SDTI (QSDI) Output Board for DSR-1600P SDTI (QSDI) (BNC) * The above model names have the following rules; Interface relative to SDI à DSBK-xx01 Interface relative to SDTI (QSDI) à DSBK-xx02 Interface relative to i.LINK à DSBK-xx03
  12. 12. 7. Excellent Mechanical Design l Three-positioning Cassette Compartment The DSR-1800P/1600 employed the tree-positioning cassette compartment for accepting DVCPRO M-size cassette tapes in addition to standard size and mini sizes of consumer DV, DVCAM and DVCPRO. Therefore, there is no need to use a mechanical adaptor to playback the DVCPRO M-size tape. l Improvements in compactness, light-weight, power-consumption The DSR-1800P/1600 is considerably designed more compact and light weight compared to their predecessor models of DSR-80P and DSR-60P. Low-power consumption of 100W for the DSR-1800P and 70W for the DSR-1600P are also achieved respectively. DSR-80P: 19kg / 427(W) x 174(H) x 494(D) mm DSR-1800P: 13kg / 427 (W) x 174(H) x 400(D) mm DSR-60P: 18kg / 427(W) x 174(H) x 494(D) mm DSR-1600P: 13kg / 427 (W) x 174(H) x 400(D) mm
  13. 13. u Specifications General Power requirements: AC 100V – 240V, 50 – 60Hz Power consumption: 100W (DSR-1800P with all options) 70W (DSR-1600P with all options) Operating temperature: -5? - +40? (41? – 140? ) Storage temperature: -20? - +60? (-4? - +140? ) Operating relative humidity: Less than 80% Storage relative humidity: Less than 90% Mass: 13kg (28 lb 10 oz) (DSR-1800P/DSR-1600P) Tape Transport Control System Tape speed: 28.193mm/s (DSR-1800P/DSR-1600P) 28.221mm/s (DSR-1800PP/DSR-1600PP) Recording/Playback time: Standard size: 184 minutes (PDV-184ME) Mini size: 40minutes (PDVM-40ME) FF/REW time: Standard size: Less than 3 minutes Mini size: Less than 1 minute Search speed: Max. 85 times normal speed, forward and reverse via RS-422A Video Performance Bandwidth (via analog component): Luminance: NTSC: 30Hz to 5.0MHz +/-1.0dB (DSR-1800P/DSR-1600P) (Typical measurement*: 5.75MHz +0dB/-3dB) PAL: 25Hz to 5.0MHz +/-1.0dB 5MHz +1.0/-2.0dB (DSR-1800PP/DSR-1600PP) * Typical measurement means DVCAM performs a specification of 5.75MHz +0dB/-3dB in average. However, it is not a guaranteed specification by factory.) Chrominance: NTSC: 30Hz to 1.3MHz +/-1/0dB, 1.5MHz +0dB/-5/0dB (DSR-1800P/DSR-1600P) PAL: 25Hz – 1.5MHz +/-1.0dB, 2.0MHz +1.0dB/-2dB (DSR-1800PP/DSR-1600PP) S/N Ratio (via analog component out): Luminance: More than 55dB (DSR-1800P/DSR-1600P) K-factor: 2.0% or less (K2T, KPB) Y/C delay: Less than 30ns Audio Performance Frequency response: 2CH mode (48kHz/16bits) 20Hz to 20kHz +0.5dB/-1.0dB 4CH mode (32kHz/12bits) 20Hz to 14.5kHz +0.5dB/-1.0dB Dynamic range: More than 90dB Distortion (THD + N): Less than 0.05% (at 48kHz mode) Input Signals (DSR-1800P/P only)
  14. 14. <VIDEO> ANALOG REF. VIDEO BNC x2, loop-through Black burst: 0.286Vp-p (DSR-1800P) or 0.3Vp-p (DSR-1800PP), 75? negative, sync VIDEO BNC x2, loop-through, composite, 1.0Vp-p, 75? , sync negative Component BNC x3 Luminance: 1.0Vp-p, 75? , sync negative Chrominance: 0.7Vp-p, 75? (75% color bars for DSR-1800P and 100% color bars for DSR-1800PP) S-video DIN 4-pin Y: 1.0Vp-p, 75? C: 0.286Vp-p (DSR-1800P) or 0.3Vp-p (DSR-1800PP), 75? (Burst level) DIGITAL SDI With optional DSBK-1801 BNC x2, active-through, conforms to Serial Digital Interface format (270Mbps) SDTI (QSDI) With optional DBK-1802 BNC x1, conforms to SDTI (270Mbps) SMPTE 305M/322M i.LINK With optional DSBK-1803 IEEE-1394-based, 6-pin x1 <AUDIO> ANALOG AUDIO IN XLR 3-pin, female x4, +4/0/-6dBu, 600 ? ON/OFF/-60dBu, high impedance, balanced DIGITAL AES/EBU With optional DSBK-1801 BNC x2, AES-3id-1995 conformed Output Signals <VIDEO> ANALOG REF. VIDEO BNC x1 Black burst: 0.286Vp-p (DSR-1800P/DSR-1600P) or 0.3Vp-p (DSR- 1800PP/DSR-1600PP), 75? , sync negative VIDEO OUT 1, 2 (SUPER) BNC x2, composite, 1.0Vp-p, 75? , sync negative Component BNC x3, Y/R-Y/B-Y, 1.0Vp-p Y: 1.0Vp-p, 75? , sync negative R-Y: 0.7Vp-p, 75? (75% for DSR-1800P/DSR-1600P, 100% for DSR1800P/DSR-1600PP) B-Y: 0/7Vp-p, 75? (75% for DSR-1800P/DSR-1600P, 100% for DSR1800P/DSR-1600PP) S-video DIN 4-pin Y: 1.0Vp-p, 75? , sync negative C: 0.286Vp-p (DSR-1800P/DSR=1600) or 0.3Vp-p (DSR-1800PP/DSR-1600PP), 75? (burst level)
  15. 15. DIGITAL SDI With optional DSBK-1801 for DSR-1800P and DSBK-1601 for DSR-1600P BNC x2, active-through, conforms to Serial Digital Interface format (270Mbps) SDTI (QSDI) With optional DBK-1802 for DSR-1800P and DSBK-1602 for DSR-1600P BNC x1, conforms to SDTI (270Mbps) SMPTE 305M/322M i.LINK With optional DSBK-1803 for DSR-1800P and DSR-1600P IEEE-1394-based, 6-pin x1 <AUDIO> ANALOG AUDIO IN XLR 3-pin, female x4, +4/0/-6dBu, 600 ? ON/OFF/-60dBu, high impedance, balanced MONITOR OUT Phono jack x1, -11dBu +/-1dBu, 47k? , unbalanced HEADPHONE Stereo phone jack, -8 to –13dB, 8? , unbalanced DIGITAL AES/EBU With optional DSBK-1801 for DSR-1800P and DSBK-1601 for DSR-1600P BNC x2, AES-3id-1995 conformed Time code Time code In BNC x1, SMPTE time code (DSR-1800P) or EBU time code (DSR-1800PP), 0.5Vp-p to 18Vp-p, 3.3k? , unbalanced Time code Out BNC x1, SMPTE time code (DSR-1800P/DSR-1600P) or EBU time code (DSR-1800PP/DSR-1600PP), 2.2Vp-p, +/-3dB, 600? , unbalanced Remote RS-422A 9-pin D-sub connector x1, female VIDEO CONTROL D-sub 15-pin x1, male i.LINK With optional DSBK-1803 IEEE-1394, 6-pin x1 CONTROL S (SIRCS) Stereo mini jack x1 Supplied Accessories AC power code x1 Operating Instructions x1 Optional Accessories DSBK-1801 SDI/AES/EBU Input/Output Board for DSR-1800P DSBK-1802 SDTI (QSDI) Input/Output Board for DSR-1800P DSBK-1803 i.LINK/DV Input/Output Board for DSR-1800P and DSR-1600P DSBK-1601 SDI/AES/EBU Output Board for DSR-1600P DSBK-1602 SDTI (QSDI) Output Board for DSR-1600P UVR-60 TBC Remote Control Unit RCC-5G/10G/30G 9-pin remote control cable (length: 5m (16 ft), 10m (33 ft), 30m (98 ft)) RMM-130 Rack Mount Kit DSRM-10 Remote Control Unit Digital Videocassette Standard size: PDVM-64ME/94ME/124ME/184ME Mini size: PDVM-12ME/22ME/32ME/40ME Cleaning cassette: DV12CL (standard size), DVM12CL (mini size)
  16. 16. ******************* APPENDIX *********************** Ø Comparison chart DSR-2000 DSR-1800 AJ-D450 DSR-1600 General Recording time Max 3 hours Max 3 hours Max 3 hours - Std/ Mini/M* Std/Mini/M* Std/Mini*/M Cassette size Std/Mini/M DV compatibility Direct Direct Needs special adaptor Direct DV Playback SP & LP SP SP only SP DVCAM Playback DVCPRO playback Universal powering Power consumption 110W 100W 150W 78W Weight 18kg 13kg 15.7kg 16kg Unit size 4U 4U 4U 4U Audio channel 4 ch/2 ch 4 ch/2 ch 2 ch 4 ch/2 ch Search speed 0 to 60 selectable 0 to 60 selectable 0 to 60 selectable 0 to 60 selectable FF/REW x85 x85 x100 x85 Editing functions VTR-to-VTR edit control JOG/SHUTTLE dial (Digital) slow range x1 x 0.5 x-0.43 - +0.75 x 0.5 Excellent Excellent Excellent Jog Audio (digital) Jog Audio (longitudinal) Mechanical response Excellent Excellent Good Excellent Extendable (w/option) Control panel Color framing Wide ID rec - Video REC level - control Audio cross fade - Audio REC level - control Audio PB level control Audio MIX/SWAP - Internal SG - Process control (equipped) DMC Pre-read Edit After rec w/o delay - Para run Sync Play Confi. PB REC Inhibit Key Inhibit ClipLink QSDI/ i.LINK Dub. Composite + Composite /Japanese Composite /Japanese Composite /Japanese OSD display SDI/Japanese + + English + English + English English CH condition Time code VITC on/off TC Both VITC and TC Both VITC and TC Both VITC and TC Interface SDI SDTI(QSDI) SDTI-CP i.LINK AES/ EBU Component (BNC) Composite S-Video XLR audio TC I/O BNC BNC BNC BNC TBC remote (VIDEO CONTROL) RS-422A RS-232C
  17. 17. Ø Improvements upon DSR-80P/60 Editing features - Performance of Jog audio - Performance of Digital Slow - DVCPRO playback - Jog/Shuttle Dial - Picture quality - No process delay in voice-over - No freeze picture while audio insertion - Audio Mix/Swap - SDI dubbing quality (PAL) - SDTI video is independently available - Internal SG Other conveniences - CH condition - i.LINK available for remote control - VITC - Universal Powering - More compact size and lighter weight - Less power consumption Ø What’s disappeared from DSR-80P/60 - RGB - SDTI (QSDI) and AES/EBU are not standard anymore which used to be a standard I/F on DSR-80P Ø Most recommendable applications ² Editor & Feeder in Linear Editing system DSR-2000P: Good, but expensive DSR-1800P/1600: Best! DSR-1500: Good, but inconveniences: frame delay in voice-over, no independent audio editing ² Editor & Feeder in Non-Linear Editing system DSR-2000P: Good, but too expensive DSR-1800P/1600: Better DSR-1500: Best! ² VTR-to-VTR editing DSR-2000P: Best! DSR-1800P/1600: NG. Needs external controller. DSR-1500: NG. Needs external controller. ² Players in Cart machine DSR-2000P: Good, but too much DSR-1800P/1600: Best! (DSR-1600P) DSR-1500: NG ² Source receiver with search dial in Feed-room at BC stations DSR-2000P: Best! DSR-1800P/1600: Best! DSR-1500: Good, but needs optional search dial for more convenience
  18. 18. ² Source viewer/feeder with search dial in BC station DSR-2000P: Good, though needs bigger space, too expensive. But better since DV-LP is available DSR-1800P/1600: Better, though DV-LP is not available. Smaller and lower cost than DSR-2000P DSR-1500: Best! Though DV-LP is not available Ø Setting on an Editing Control Unit For DSR-1800P/1800P PVE-500 No settings are required. BVE-600/900/910/2000 (NTSC model) or FXE-100/120 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 80 15 00 96 05 05 03 80 0A 08 FE 00 80 5A FF BVE-600/900/910/2000 (PAL model) or FXE-100P/120P 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 81 15 00 7D 05 05 02 80 0A 07 FE 00 80 4C FF RM-450/RM-450CE * Left switches 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 OFF - - OFF - - - - * Right switches (RM-450) 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 OFF - OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON * Right switches (RM-450CE) 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 ON - OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON BVE-800 * SW2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ON OFF ON ON - ON ON - * SW3 (NTSC model) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ON ON ON OFF - ON OFF OFF * SW3 (PAL model) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 OFF OFF OFF ON - ON OFF OFF
  19. 19. For DSR-1600P/1600P PVE-500 No settings are required. BVE-600/900/910/2000 (NTSC model) or FXE-100/120 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 80 16 00 96 05 05 03 80 0A 08 FE 00 80 5A FF BVE-600/900/910/2000 (PAL model) or FXE-100P/120P 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 81 16 00 7D 05 05 02 80 0A 07 FE 00 80 4C FF RM-450/RM-450CE * Left switches 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 OFF - - OFF - - - - * Right switches (RM-450) 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 OFF - OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON * Right switches (RM-450CE) 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 ON - OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON BVE-800 * SW2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ON OFF ON ON - ON ON - * SW3 (NTSC model) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ON ON ON OFF - ON OFF OFF * SW3 (PAL model) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 OFF OFF OFF ON - ON OFF OFF

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