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SystemVUE 3.8.20 Software

Note: SystemVUE is not yet compatible with 64-bit Mac OS. Check your computer for compatibility.

Download the new SystemVUE 3.8.20 Preliminary Manual: SystemVUE 3.8.20 Preliminary Manual
www.vueaudio.com/vue-package/systemvue-3-8-20-manual/

Follow instructions to install 3.8.20 software and firmware update h-Class systems and VUEDrive System Engines

Download SystemVUE 3.8.20 for your Operating System:
SystemVUE 3.8.20 32-Bit Windows Installer
SystemVUE 3.8.20 64-Bit Windows Installer
SystemVUE 3.8.20 OS Installer

SystemVUE 3.8.20 Factory Configuration Presets & Flash Files
PDF describes the products and configuration supported in the standard software release:
systemvue-3-8-20-flash-file

 

Links for User Manual for rack mounted VUEDrive Systems Engines V242 V3, V4, & V6:
VUEDrive User Manual (English)
VUEDrive User Manual (Chinese)

 

Link to SystemVUE Product Page 

Coming soon SystemVUE for the iPad (Will be in Apple App Store soon)

Coming Soon: SystemVUE and V4 – V6 – h-class Quick Start Guide

SystemVUE SOFTWARE INSTRUCTIONS

The Current Preliminary SystemVUE Manual can be downloaded from: SystemVUE 3.8.20 Preliminary Manual Installation Instructions

  • Download SystemVUE 3.8.X beta software from the link included
  • Install software on any intel based Mac preferred, or a Windows 7-10 machine (refer to systemVUE manual for install instructions)
    • Make sure firewall settings are set for trusted networks
    • Connect only one SystemVUE PC at a time – If more than one computer on the subnet is running SystemVUE only the first one to log on the network will capture VUE systems on the network, the connection may become un-reliable if there are multiple SystemVUE instances on the same network.
  • Connect V-System Engines and H-Class systems ethernet ports using standard Cat-5e cables (100M cable length max)
    • To an existing network using DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol – Wikipedia Entry for DHCP) or you can create a DHCP based network by configuring a WiFI access point or other type of Routers (Cable Modems) to provide DHCP (typically the default configuration) this will supply a usable IP address to devices connected to the home network
    • Or directly to the LAN port of the PC for ad-hoc access
    • Fixed IP systems are possible, but not documented yet-contact VUE directly for further support
  • Launch SystemVUE software (refer to SystemVUE manual for operation instructions)
  • Power On VUE devices
  • Observe units coming on-line in the SystemVUE browser window and establishing link status
  • Select the “wink” button on each h-Class device to identify each unit via the blinking blue LED on the front or back of the speaker
  • Use the individual units control panels to “name” devices; i.e. AL-4 mains, Left HS-25 Sub, Right HS-25 Sub, and so on
  • Use the “make new group” function to combine multiple like devices into zones; i.e. Tops, Subs, Delays, etc.(refer to SystemVUE manual for further detail)
  • Any changes made in a control panel of one device in a group will make the same changes in all units in the group (all other like, grouped devices will follow accordingly)
  • Select appropriate preset from the drop down menu; either “al-4 Array 3 V4 r1”, or “al-4 Array 2 V4 r1”, or “Hs-28 80hz” typically
    • Array 3 for arrays of 8 or more al-4 elements reducing low frequency energy or smaller arrays with maximum splay or Array 2 for arrays of 4 al-4 elements or more with medium splay. (tops)
    • 60, 70, or 80hz for hs-28 (subs)
    • 70, 80, or 90hz for hs-25
  • If you are using the AES Digital input you can change the input from the default:
    • AES A
    • AES B
    • AES Mono (A+B)
  • Per output for V system engines, or per system for h-Class systems
    • Toggle “mute” with the labeled push-button
    • Adjust “delay” with by entering the desired time in the text box
    • Raise or lower the “volume” with the fader  or by entering the desired time in the text box

HARDWARE INSTRUCTIONS

  • For stereo V4 operation
    • Connect Left signal to input A, and Right to input B
    • Connect Left al-4 cable to output A, and Right al-4 cable to output B
      • ! ONLY USE NL-4 CONNECTOR CABLES, NEVER NL-2 !  Output A & B have LF signal on pins 1+/-, and HF signal on pins 2+/-
  • For mono V4 operation
    • Connect Mono signal to input A
      • Connect a xlr jumper cable from thru A to input B or in system VUE you choose to use Ch.A input to be routed to Ch.B output.
    • Connect al-4 array, zone 1 to output A, and zone 2 to output B
      • ! ONLY USE NL-4 CONNECTOR CABLES, NEVER NL-2 !  Output A & B have LF signal on pins 1+/-, and HF signal on pins 2+/-
  • For AES operation
    • Connect 110Ohm AES signal cable to each V4 AES input
      • AES “thru” connect to AES/EBU out.
  • On all h-Class systems
    • If no computer is present for SystemVUE control, depress the recessed “RESET” button on the amp panel to recall factory configuration
  • On all V system engines
    • Wink and sleep capability available in SystemVUE or sleep function available on front panel of V4-6-d Engines.
  • For Ground Stack al-4 systems on hs-28
    • add 4MS of delay to each al-4 array
  • For Ground Stack al-4 systems on hs-25
    • add 3MS of delay to each al-4 array

 

SystemVUE Software Archive

SystemVUE 3.8.20 is the current software. Make sure your hardware supports 3.8.5 before installing
Note: SystemVUE is not yet compatible with 64-bit OS. Check your computer for compatibility.

SystemVUE and V4 – V6 Quick Start Guide

SystemVUE-Manual-3-8-5-06-1Download the new SystemVUE 3.8.5 Preliminary Manual:
SystemVUE 3.8.5 Preliminary Manual

Follow instrcutions to install 3.8.5 software and firmware update h-Class systems and V Series System Engines

Download SystemVUE 3.8.5 for your Operating System:
SystemVUE 3.8.5 32-Bit Windows Installer
SystemVUE 3.8.5 64-Bit Windows Installer
SystemVUE 3.8.5 OS X Installer


 

SystemVUE SOFTWARE INSTRUCTIONS

The Current Preliminary SystemVUE Manual can be downloaded from: SystemVUE 3.8.5 Preliminary Manual Installation Instructions

  • Download SystemVUE 3.8.X beta software from the link included
  • Install software on any intel based Mac preferred, or a Windows 7 machine (refer to systemVUE manual for install instructions)
    • make sure firewall settings are set for trusted networks
    • Windows 8 NOT SUPPORTED ( testing with Windows 8 requires you to modify security settings to allow installation)
    • Connect only one SystemVUE PC at a time – If more than one computer on the subnet is running SystemVUE only the first one to log on the network will capture VUE systems on the network, the connection may become un-reliable if there are multiple SystemVUE instances on the same network.
  • Connect V-System Engines and H-Class systems ethernet ports using standard Cat-5e cables (100M cable length max)
    • to an existing network using DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol – Wikipedia Entry for DHCP) or you can create a DHCP based network by configuring a WiFI access point or other type of Routers (Cable Modems) to provide DHCP (typically the default configuration) this will supply a usable IP address to devices connected to the home network
    • or directly to the LAN port of the PC for ad-hoc access
    • Fixed IP systems are possible, but not documented yet-contact VUE directly for further support
  • Launch SystemVUE software (refer to SystemVUE manual for operation instructions)
  • Power On VUE devices
  • Observe units coming on-line in the SystemVUE browser window and establishing link status
  • Select the “wink” button on each h-Class device to identify each unit via the blinking blue LED on the front or back of the speaker
  • Use the individual units control panels to “name” devices; i.e. AL-4 mains, Left HS-25 Sub, Right HS-25 Sub, and so on
  • Use the “make new group” function to combine multiple like devices into zones; i.e. Tops, Subs, Delays, etc.(refer to SystemVUE manual for further detail)
  • Any changes made in a control panel of one device in a group will make the same changes in all units in the group (all other like, grouped devices will follow accordingly)
  • Select appropriate preset from the drop down menu; either “al-4 8pac V4 r1”, or “al-4 4pac V4 r1”, or “Hs-28 80hz” typically
    • 8pac or 4pac for arrays of 8 or 4 boxes accordingly (tops)
    • 60, 70, or 80hz for hs-28 (subs)
    • 70, 80, or 90hz for hs-25
  • If you are using the AES Digital input you can change the input from the default:
    • AES A
    • AES B
    • AES Mono (A+B)
  • Per output for V system engines, or per system for h-Class systems
    • Toggle “mute” with the labeled push-button
    • Adjust “delay” with the rotary knob, or by entering the desired time in the text box
    • Raise or lower the “volume” with the fader  or by entering the desired time in the text box

HARDWARE INSTRUCTIONS

  • For stereo V4 operation
    • Connect Left signal to input A, and Right to input B
    • Connect Left al-4 cable to output A, and Right al-4 cable to output B
      • ! ONLY USE NL-4 CONNECTOR CABLES, NEVER NL-2 !  Output A & B have LF signal on pins 1+/-, and HF signal on pins 2+/-
  • For mono V4 operation
    • Connect Mono signal to input A
      • Connect a xlr jumper cable from thru A to input B
    • Connect al-4 array, zone 1 to output A, and zone 2 to output B
      • ! ONLY USE NL-4 CONNECTOR CABLES, NEVER NL-2 !  Output A & B have LF signal on pins 1+/-, and HF signal on pins 2+/-
  • For AES operation
    • Connect 110Ohm AES signal cable to each V4 AES input
      • AES “thru” connection NOT SUPPORTED at this time
  • On all h-Class systems
    • If no computer is present for SystemVUE control, depress the recessed “RESET” button on the amp panel to recall factory configuration
  • On all V system engines
    • No wink or sleep capability at this time
  • For Ground Stack al-4 systems on hs-28
    • add 4MS of delay to each al-4 array
  • For Ground Stack al-4 systems on hs-25
    • add 3MS of delay to each al-4 array

Archive Page for SystemVUE 3.4.8

EASE Focus

Downloades related to  VUE / EASE 

 

Title
EASE GLL FIles July 30, 2020
Design Files, EASE GLL FIles, Manuals, Software, Support Data November 25, 2018
 

Virtually all line array applications benefit from and many require the use of software modeling to aim each array. VUE supports AFMS’s EASE Focus software platform for all our line array products. We recommend that all VUE al-Class customers download the latest version of Focus along with our latest Focus GLL files (acoustical and physical datasets).

EASE Focus 3 – is an acoustic simulation program for 3D System modeling (displayed in 2.5D) of line arrays, sub arrays, digitally steered columns and conventional loudspeakers. EASE Focus 3 is free software for the end user but required manufacturers to publish their data in AFMG’s GLL format with an embedded licensee code to work with Focus 3. Focus is based on AFMG’s industry standard EASE simulation software.

Download EASE Focusfocus.afmg.eu/index.php/fc-downloads-en.html

Download VUE JULY 2020 EASE System Definition FIles (GLLs): www.vueaudio.com/july-2020-zip-package/

Keyboard Shortcuts for AMFG EASE Focus 3 Modeling Software: www.vueaudio.com/vue-package/focus3-key-shortcuts/

EASE – Industry Standard for Acoustical Simulation of Rooms
Since the 1990´s, EASE has been the worldwide standard for acoustic simulation both inside rooms and in open areas. Rooms can be defined using a CAD module, absorption coefficients can be assigned to surfaces, and sound sources, as well as listener positions, can easily be added to the model. These data can then be used to generate an exact simulation of reverberation times, speech intelligibility and other acoustical parameters even before the room itself is built.