|Category:||Audio Conferencing Equipment||Manufacturer:||Clearone|
|Categorization By Manufacturer:||Professional Conferencing||Model:||910-151-101|
The XAP 800 audio management and distribution platform has set new standards for audio conferencing performance. With eight microphone inputs, a microphone mixer, echo and noise cancellation, advanced audio processing and filters, it manages microphones and speakers, as well as local and auxiliary audio. Connect up to eight XAP 800s to use 64 individual microphones at once.
The echo canceller/automatic mic mixer shall incorporate microphone mixing, echo cancellation, matrix mixing, and signal processing in a single rack space unit.
The echo canceller/automatic mic mixer shall have 12 inputs and outputs: four line-level inputs, eight
microphone/line selectable inputs, and 12 line-level outputs. Each mic/line input shall have four
selectable filters, adjustable automatic gain control, phantom power, speech leveling, and automatic
microphone mixing capabilities. Each mic/line input shall also feature acoustic echo cancellation with a maximum 130ms of tail time and noise cancellation with up to 15dB attenuation, adjustable in 1dB increments. Each input shall also be able to reference any output or any of four global reference buses for echo cancellation. The unit shall have four internal and four global automatic microphone mixers, each with fully adjustable parameters. The microphone mixer shall use PA adaptive, adaptive ambient, chairman override, first mic priority, last mic mode, number of open mics, and look-ahead gating.
The echo canceller/automatic mic mixer shall have a 32x32 internal matrix mixer with attenuation at every cross point in .5dB steps. Any input can be routed to any output or multiple outputs. The matrix shall consist of 12 analog inputs/outputs, 12 digital inputs/outputs from the network bus, and eight inputs/outputs from the processing blocks.
Signal processing shall be provided by eight assignable processing blocks, each with 15 programmable filters, delay, and compression. The processing blocks shall include such filters as high pass, low pass, all pass, low shelving, high shelving, notch, parametric EQ, CD horn, Bessel crossover, Butterworth crossover, and Linkwitz-Riley crossover. Filter setup shall be real-time. The unit shall include a signal generator for pink noise, white noise, and tone sweep capabilities, and shall be assignable to any input on any linked unit.
The echo canceller/automatic mic mixer shall have up to 32 presets. Multiple presets can be used simultaneously without interruptions or interference with other presets. The unit shall feature a macro recorder to create up to 255 macros for simple remote control management of the system.
The unit shall have a 12-channel bi-directional audio bus to pass audio, system control, four channels of echo cancellation, and four channels of NOM for four sub-mixers to other units. The maximum distance between linked units shall be 80 feet (24 meters). Up to eight units can be linked for up to 32 line inputs and 64 mic inputs.
System settings shall be saved in the unit, and shall include password protection.
The unit shall be set up and operated with intuitive software that allows complete configuration of the system. Additional control shall be handled via custom setup software, RS-232 protocol, RS-485 control panels, or contact closure with communication speeds up to 57,600 baud.
The unit shall have the ability to meter a group of inputs or an entire signal flow. Meters shall be provided on inputs, processing, and outputs for echo return loss, echo return loss enhancement, and gate parameters.
The unit shall have a frequency response of 20Hz to 20kHz and a signal to noise ratio of 80dB re 0dBu, A Weighted. It shall have a 48kHz sample rate. It shall operate in environments with up to 12dB of room gain.
The unit shall have an internal power supply that automatically adjusts between 100-240VAC of power input. The unit shall comply with FCC, CSA, IC, CE, NOM, ACA, SABS, VCCI, and JATE requirements.
The ClearOne XAP 800 is specified.
|XAP 800 Manual(PDFÂ -Â 13.4 MB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 100: Expansion Bus Cable Wiring(PDFÂ -Â 44 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 101: Using the XAP TH2/XAP 400 on a PBX Line(PDFÂ -Â 112 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 102: Shure MX392 Installation and Configuration(PDFÂ -Â 272 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 103: Updating Your XAP and PSR Products(PDFÂ -Â 829 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 104: Setting the Initial Gain Structure of a XAP System(PDFÂ -Â 332 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 105: G-Ware and AP-Ware Graphics and Font Size Problem(PDFÂ -Â 552 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 106: XAP Connection Troubleshooting Guide(PDFÂ -Â 182 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 107: Global Control Protocols for XAP Systems(PDFÂ -Â 289 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 109: G-Ware Switcher(PDFÂ -Â 169 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 111: Volume Ramping in the XAP Products(PDFÂ -Â 128 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 112: Recommended Microphone Gain Settings for the XAP(PDFÂ -Â 38 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 113: XAP Virtual Reference Setup(PDFÂ -Â 114 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 114: Serial Control and Preset States in a XAP System(PDFÂ -Â 47 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 115: Gating Parameters Explained(PDFÂ -Â 222 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 116: Configuring Microphone Inputs for Line-level Devices(PDFÂ -Â 320 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 117: XAP Acoustic Echo Troubleshooting Guide(PDFÂ -Â 242 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 118: Master/Slave Modes in the XAP 800/400(PDFÂ -Â 75 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 119: Setting Up the Acoustic Echo Canceller Reference of a XAP(PDFÂ -Â 789 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 120: Duplex Issues on XAP Units(PDFÂ -Â 212 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 121: Expansion Bus Routing and NOM Count on XAP/PSR Units(PDFÂ -Â 437 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 122: USB to Serial Adapters(PDFÂ -Â 240 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 123: G-Ware and RS-232 Cabling for Communication with the XAP(PDFÂ -Â 79 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 124: Crown MB-100 Wiring Information(PDFÂ -Â 147 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 125: XAP 400 and TH2 Telephone Line/Switch Operating Parameters for North America/Brazil/Japan/Mexico/South Africa(PDFÂ -Â 95 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 126: XAP 400 and TH2 Telephone Line/Switch Operating Parameters for Europe(PDFÂ -Â 138 KB)|
|XAP G-Ware Tech Note 127: Wired Tabletop Controller Third Party Device Control(PDFÂ -Â 786 KB)|
|XAP Tech Note 128: Controlling the GPIO Port on a XAP with the Tabletop Controller(PDFÂ -Â 1.58 MB)|
|XAP Audio Conferencing Whitepaper(PDFÂ -Â 1971 KB)|
|Developing an Optimal Conference Room Whitepaper(PDFÂ -Â 1.5 MB)|
|Architectural & Engineering Specs|
|XAP 800 Specs(PDFÂ -Â 46 KB)|
|XAP 800 CAD(PDFÂ -Â 43 KB)|
|XAP 800 CAD(ZIPÂ -Â 645 KB)|
|XAP FAQÂ(PDFÂ -Â 135 KB)|
|Installed Audio Sales Presentation(PPTÂ -Â 2828 KB)|
|G-Ware 3.5.0(EXEÂ -Â 12511 KB)|
|G-Ware 4.5.0(ZIPÂ -Â 17146 KB)|
|G-Ware 4.6.0(EXEÂ -Â 18510 KB)|
|G-Ware 5.0.0(ZIPÂ -Â 21307 KB)|
|G-Ware 5.0.1(ZIPÂ -Â 213015 KB)|
|G-Ware 5.0.6(ZIPÂ -Â 20601 KB)|
|G-Ware 5.0.6 (For RoHS Compliant XAPâ€™s)(ZIPÂ -Â 20.6 MB)|
|Tabletop Controller Software 1.1.0(ZIPÂ -Â 5.0 MB)|
|XAP 800 Datasheet(PDFÂ -Â 877 KB)|
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Conditions: Unless otherwise specified, all
measurements are performed with a 22 Hz
to 22kHz BW limit (no weighting)
Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 20 kHz Â±1 dB
Noise (EIN): -126 dBu, 20 kHz BW, max gain, Rs = 150 ž
SNR: 80 dB re 0 dBu, (A-weighted)
Dynamic Range: 100 dB (A-weighted)
Crosstalk <-91 dB re 20 dBu @ 20 kHz channel to channel
Number of Open Microphones (NOM)
PA Adaptive Mode
First Mic Priority Mode
Last Mic Mode
Maximum # of Mics Mode
Gate Threshold Adjust
Off Attenuation Adjust
32 x 32 matrix
12 analog in/out
12 expansion bus in/out
8 assignable processing blocks in/out
Delay adjustable up to 500 ms
Input Gain Adjust
Mic or Line Level
Phantom Power on/off
Echo Cancellation on/off
Noise Cancellation on/off
Chairman Override on/off
Speech Leveler on/off
Auto Gate/Manual gate
Adaptive Ambient on/off
Push-on terminal block, balanced, bridging
Impedance: 5 kž
Nominal Level: adjustable -55 dBu,
-25 dBu, 0 dBu
Maximum Level: -35 dBu, -5 dBu, +20 dBu
Echo Cancellation: 130 ms tail time (works with
12 dB of room gain)
Noise Cancellation: 6-15 dB attenuation
Phantom Power: 24 V, selectable
Push-on terminal block, balanced, bridging
Impedance: >10 kž
Nominal Level: 0 dBu
Maximum Level: 20 dBu
Push-on terminal block, balanced
Impedance: >10 kž
Nominal Level: 0 dBu
Maximum Level: 20 dBu
RJ-45 (2), 115.2 kbps, 110k ž impedance Category five twisted-pair cable 80' (24 meters) maximum cable length between any two XAP
800s, XAP 400s, or PSR1212s
DB-9 female 9,600/19,200/38,400 (default)/57,600 baud rate; 8 bits, 1 stop, no parity Hardware flow control on (default)/off
DB25 female A/B (2) Inputs A/B: active low (pull to ground) Outputs A/B: open collector, 40 VDC max, 40 mA each +5 VDC pins (2) (300 mA over-current protected)
4-pin push-on terminal block
RS-485 proprietary protocol Category five twisted-pair cable
1 pair data, 1 pair power and ground +15 VDC
(300 mA over-current protected)
100-240 VAC; 50/60 Hz
30 W typical
17.25" x 10.25" x 1.75"
43.8 x 26 x 4.5 cm
7 lb/3.2 kg dry
12 lb/5.5 kg shipping
32 to 100Â° F/0 to 38Â° C
15% to 80%, non-condensing
FCC, CSA, IC, CE, NOM, ACA, SABS, JATE
IR Remote Control
Volume Control Panel
Select Control Panel
Button Microphone - Omni-Directional
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