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The JoeCo BBP1D Blackbox Player is a straightforward multi-track digital player that supports playback of up to 24 digital audio stems at up to 24-bit, 96kHz resolution. Mono broadcast standard WAV files are read from portable USB2 and SDHC media devices, and some of the many applications for the BBP1D Blackbox
Player includes backing tracks in live performances, multi-lingual translation applications, audio installations in halls, theaters, theme parks and more. There are discrete output connections via unbalanced 3x 25way D-sub analog format connectors. The BBP1D Blackbox Player features a full set of transport controls on the 19inch rackmountable chassis. Also featured is a color LCD display, and the unit is easily controlled via MIDI or a QWERTY keyboard.
Simultaneous playback of 24 tracks in up to 24bit/96kHz quality. No computer required at the performance.
Files for playback can be loaded from any digital audio workstation capable of creating Broadcast WAV files or recorded directly.
Audio can be stored on USB2 hard drive or flash drive.
Simple naming convention ensures that the correct file is replayed through each output.
Unbalanced analog connections via Tascam format D-sub connectors, and AES/EBU digital outputs
Intuitive front panel, keyboard or footswitch operation for total control during the performance.
Can be controlled via MIDI.
Set lists can be configured as simple XML format playlist files.
Synchronous playback to SMPTE timecode (LTC and MTC).
Multiple playlists can be stored for quick changes or alternative show formats.
Separate foldback mixes can be configured using normal facilities on the console. An additional mix can be sent via the headphone output for the musical director.
Can be configured to accept an incoming source of digital clock, or optionally word clock.
Unique feature is the ability to automatically switch to a synchronous secondary system in the event of a failure. (Normally requires a costly external switching matrix.)
In the Box
JoeCo BBP1D Blackbox Player (Unbalanced & AES/EBU)
Quck Start Guide
1 Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Switchable -10dBu /+4dBu: Unbalanced
44.1, 48, 88.2 and 96kHz
24 mono channels plus internally "mixed" headphone output
Unbalanced Analog: 3 x 25way D-sub TASCAM analogue format (Hot in, cold out for connection into insert points on console)
AES/EBU: 3x 25way D-sub YAMAHA digital format
Standard mono Broadcast WAV files
Audio file naming convention:
sss is the song number (001-999)[determines which tracks play together as a Song]
-tt. is the track number (01-24)[determines which
output each track is replayed through]
songname is the (optional) song name [free text up to 32 characters]
-trackname is the (optional) track name [free text up to 24 characters]
.wav is the file extension [mandatory]
Simple XML file structure for easy playlist editing
Average Load Time
Typically < 3 seconds
Instant replay controlled by:
• Timecode (LTC or MTC)
• QWERTY keyboard
• MIDI control
• Real-time clock
Automatic pre-load of next song in playlist
MIDI open loop connection
MIDI Start, Stop commands
MIDI Song Select: for preloading specific Songs
MIDI Program Change
MIDI Show Control
Audio clocks: Selectable between:
• AES/EBU or SPDIF clock
• Word clock (available on BBP1A and BBP1D only)
All standard frame rates supported
Analogue fail-over automatically switches to synchronous secondary system in case of a replay problem
DC input: 9-12V dc (PSU supplied)
Power: < 25W
17.12 x 1.73 x 6.69" (435 x 44 x 170mm)
19" Rack mountable