2 – Names and Functions of Parts
PARALLEL connector overview
The PARALLEL connector on the back allows external control of the unit. (A
TASCAM RC-SS20 can also be connected.)
The pin assignments are as follows.
Pin No. Function IN/OUT
2PLAY/Flash 1 IN
3STOP/Flash 2 IN
4RECORD/Flash 3 IN
5/ (Next)/Flash 4 IN
6. (Previous)/Flash 5 IN
7Flash Load IN
8Fader Start IN
9Flash Tally OUT
10 Ready Tally OUT
11 Record Tally OUT
12 Stop Tally OUT
13 Play Tally OUT
14 Remote Select* IN
15 Ready/Flash 6 IN
16 Call/Flash 7 IN
17 Auto Cue/Flash 8 IN
18 Auto Ready/Flash 9 IN
19 Pitch/Flash 10 IN
20 Flash Page** IN
21 EOM Tally OUT
22 Device Select Tally 1*** OUT
23 Ducking Tally OUT
24 Device Select Tally 2*** OUT
25 +5V -
IN: External command reception active low (usually 30
msec or more, 1 sec or more when recording MP3 files,
functions when connected to GND)
OUT: Transport status display signals by open collector (10Ω
output impedance, 20V withstand voltage, 35mA max-
imum current)
+5V: 50mA maximum supplied current
*Pin 14 (Remote Select)
When high, the first function is enabled when there are two functions
separated by a / for the input pin in the above table (pins 2–6 and
15–19), and it can be used as an ordinary parallel controller.
When low, those input pins function as flash start keys.
**Pin 20 (Flash Page)
When pin 14 (Remote Select) is low, the pin 20 high/low
status determines the assigned tracks as follows.
#14 #20 Flash start tracks
Low High 1–10
Low Low 11–20
In the following connection example, fader starts and stops
control playback of this unit.
Pin 1
Pin 8
***Pin 22/Pin 24 (Device Select Tally 1/2)
The high/low statuses of pins 22 and 24 determine the device
assignments as follows.
#22 #24 Device assignment
Low Low USB
High High SD1
High Low SD2
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