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Digital Message Repeater

Digital Message Repeater
Voice Announcement Board

The EV-200 is playback-only Voice Announcing board to play back the messages recorded on TOA's EV-350R.The EV-200 is designed to built in the VM-2000 series amplifiers.


EV-20R Sound Repeater (DesktopType)

  • Up to 4 separate message selections or announcements to a total maximum of three minutes may be recorded for playback as desired. Front panel-mounted recording inputs (mic./line switchable) keep the process simple.
  • A built-in interval timer allows messages to be repeated at various time intervals (0,5,10, and 30 seconds or 1,5,10, and 30 minutes or 1 hour or ∞).
  • A 3W/8 amplifier section is built-in, allowing the EV-20R to be directly connected to speakers. A control for adjusting an external input source level is convenient when setting up programmed playback.
  • A line input and output are included for connecting various other program sources including CD players or dedicated BGM units.

EV-350P Digital Playback-Only Announcer

  • Messages are played back by designating the program and playback method. Continuous Program Playback, Single Program Playback, Repeat Playback, and Endless Playback can be selected.
  • The playback method, output (Output 1 or 2 or both outputs), and output level can be individually set for each program.
  • Two different programs can be simultaneously played back from Outputs 1 and 2. (Dual-Source Broadcast)
  • Recorded emergency messages can be set to have priority over regular programs being played back in emergency situations.
  • The Auto Level Adjustment function permits programs to be played back at uniformly the same volume level, even if the program is made up of sentence segments recorded at different volume levels.
  • A microphone or other external equipment can be connected for broadcast.
  • Control, Settings, and Other Functions
  • The Control Input terminal permits, sentence recording/erasure and program playback/stop to be remotely controlled by connected external equipment. Sentences or programs are selected by closing the activation control input terminal. Direct Mode (8 selections) and Binary Mode (256 selections) selection methods are made available.
  • Different activation modes can be individually set for Remote Recording, Remote Playback, and Remote Stop.
  • Two Busy output terminals are provided for remote amplifier control or other uses. Busy signals are sent from the Busy output terminal corresponding to the output designated for each program.
  • Busy signals can be output during program playback, sentence recording/erasure, microphone announcement and system setting. Both Busy Outputs 1 and 2 can be individually set for "Enable" or "Disable."
  • The unit's LCD screen displays such information as recording/playback levels, program names, program information (playback time and sentence numbers), and setting menus. The LCD screen and Menu Selection dial facilitate function settings.
  • The Key Lock function uses a password to disable all control keys other than the power switch to prevent mishandling and tampering.
  • The Failure Output terminal opens to indicate the unit's irregular status when no memory card is loaded, when an incorrect type of memory card is loaded, when the SRAM memory card's battery voltage has dropped below a marginal level, when the unit's power is switched off, or when the unit malfunctions.
  • The front cover prevents accidental removal of the memory card.

EV-350R Digital Record / Playback Announcer

  • Such sound sources as a microphone, cassette player or CD player can be connected and recorded.
  • Recording can be done either manually, by pressing the recording key while the unit is in recording standby mode, or automatically when an input signal is detected while in recording standby mode.
  • Eight recording methods are made available through combination of 2 sampling frequencies (32 kHz and 44.1 kHz) and 4 levels of recording quality (Long, Normal, High, and Extremely High). The most appropriate method can be selected depending on the type of sound source, recording time or the capacity of the memory card used.
  • The maximum recording time is approximately 33 minutes when 2 TOA 8 MB flash memory cards (EV-F8M) are used.
  • Up to 256 (or 1,024; selectable) separate sentences can be recorded when 2 memory cards are used.
  • Each sentence can be individually recorded by selecting the most appropriate recording method from the 8 methods available.
  • Silent areas that remain before and after the recorded content after recording can be erased in the range of 0-9.9 second (in 0.1-second units).
  • Up to 256 programs can be created by combining recorded sentence segments.
  • The title of up to 8 alphanumeric characters in length can be assigned to each recorded sentence or program.
  • Control, Settings, and Other Functions
  • The Control Input terminal permits, sentence recording/erasure and program playback/stop to be remotely controlled by connected external equipment. Sentences or programs are selected by closing the activation control input terminal. Direct Mode (8 selections) and Binary Mode (256 selections) selection methods are made available.
  • Different activation modes can be individually set for Remote Recording, Remote Playback, and Remote Stop.
  • Two Busy output terminals are provided for remote amplifier control or other uses. Busy signals are sent from the Busy output terminal corresponding to the output designated for each program.
  • Busy signals can be output during program playback, sentence recording/erasure, microphone announcement and system setting. Both Busy Outputs 1 and 2 can be individually set for "Enable" or "Disable."
  • The unit's LCD screen displays such information as recording/playback levels, program names, program information (playback time and sentence numbers), and setting menus. The LCD screen and Menu Selection dial facilitate function settings.
  • The Key Lock function uses a password to disable all control keys other than the power switch to prevent mishandling and tampering.
  • The Failure Output terminal opens to indicate the unit's irregular status when no memory card is loaded, when an incorrect type of memory card is loaded, when the SRAM memory card's battery voltage has dropped below a marginal level, when the unit's power is switched off, or when the unit malfunctions.
  • The front cover prevents accidental removal of the memory card.

PM-20EV Sound Repeater (Paging Mic. Type)

  • A microphone is included as standard equipment for recording and making announcements.
  • Built-in monitor speaker allows checking announcements before broadcasting.
  • Automatic chime for marking the start and end of an announcement.
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