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Saturday, July 28th 2018, 9:53am

Anschlussbelegung / Unterlagen LAWO DV973/3

Moin,

ich suche zum LAWO DV973/3 die Unterlagen. Sollte jemand die Steckerbelegung kennen, würde mir das auch enorm helfen.

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Saturday, July 28th 2018, 9:56am

Wenn du jetzt bitte noch davon ausgehen würdest, dass nicht jeder deinen Wissensstand hat.... Was bitte ist ein Lawo? Als Bandmaschinenhersteller ist mir das kein Begriff!

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Saturday, July 28th 2018, 10:19am

Es handelt sich um ein Modul im Europaformat aus der Rundfunktechnik. Der DV973/3 ist ein kleiner Verstärker (stereo) mit ein paar Watt. Man kann sich daraus einen schönen Kopfhörerverstärker bauen. LAWO ist der Hersteller.

Lawo

Lawo is an international company based in Rastatt, Germany, specializing in the manufacture of digital mixing consoles and other professional audio equipment. It was founded in 1970 by Peter Lawo,[citation needed] and is currently run by his son Philipp. The company is notable for supplying the audio mixing equipment for the 2012 London Olympics and Nine Network, and for sports events in Asia, North America and Australia.[1]

The first developments of Peter Lawo were driven by the needs of composers of electronic music like Karlheinz Stockhausen. To Stockhausen's specifications Peter Lawo built an apparatus called "module 69 B" which was used to perform Stockhausen's composition Mantra. The success of this production led to the founding of the Experimentalstudio of the Heinrich Strobel Foundation of the Südwestfunk in 1971.[2][3] Together with the first director of this studio, Hans-Peter Haller, Peter Lawo developed the Halaphon. (The name resulted from the names of the developers: HA(ller)-LA(wo)-PHON).[2] This machine became famous when being used in all the later works of composer Luigi Nono.
The Lawo PTR at Studio für Elektronische Musik, Cologne

Later, Peter Lawo developed mixing consoles for Stockhausen, whose composition Oktophonie was produced in the Studio for Electronic Music of the German Public Broadcaster WDR (Westdeutscher Rundfunk). For the production of this composition, the automatic recall of very fast fader movements was used[4]—which was made possible by Lawo's hybrid mixing console PTR ("Programmierbare Ton Regie" = programmable audio control).[5]


Quelle: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lawo

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Saturday, July 28th 2018, 10:22am

Ich habe im Netz folgende Belegung für den V973/3 gefunden:

02- 0V

04- in + ch 1
05- in - ch 1

12- out + ch 1
13- out - ch 1

18- in + ch 2
19- in - ch 2

26- out + ch 2
27- out -ch 2

31- +

Quelle: http://www.energyrecording.de/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=1878

Vielleicht kann das jemand bestätigen und ist das beim DV973/3 die gleiche?

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Sunday, August 5th 2018, 9:38pm

Die Belegung stimmt. Das Gerät läuft!

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