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Gator Cases Cross Reference Revised 9/25/2007
GKC-1648: (72" x 23" x 7")

Manufacturer

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Gator Cases, Inc. 2007 www.gatorcases.com

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This list is intended as a guide; not a substitute for testing the actual fit of an instrument. All product information referenced above is based on the manufacturer's published specifications. These specifications may change over time and without notice. If you have questions on a specific case or product, or see that a correction is needed, please contact Gator Customer Service at 813.221.4191 or send us an email at info@gatorcases.com.

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dl Speakers dm Song Bank list dn Music Preset list do Display dp Rhythm list dq Tone list dr PITCH BEND wheel (WK-500 only) E-16 ds CHORD root names E-37 dt Percussion instrument list E-12 ek SD CARD SLOT (WK-500 only) E-60
el USB port E-65 em SUSTAIN/ASSIGNABLE JACK E-15 en PHONES/OUTPUT jack (WK-200)
PHONES jack (WK-500) E-9, 69
ep DC 9V terminal (WK-200)
DC 12V terminal (WK-500) E-8
eq MIC IN jack E-17 er LINE OUT R, L/MONO jack (WK-500 only)
eo AUDIO IN jack E-17, 69
Using the 10-key Pad (bs)
Use the number buttons and the [] and [+] buttons to change the settings of the parameters that appear in the upper left area of the display.
FUNCTION Button (ct) Functions
You can use the FUNCTION button (ct) to adjust the reverb effect, to delete data, and to perform a wide range of other Digital Keyboard operations.

To select a function

1. Press ct to display the function menu. 2. Use the bs (10-key) [4] (

Setting

) and [6] ( to display the function you want.

) keys

S t.GrPno

Number Buttons

Use the number buttons to enter numbers and values. Enter the same number of digits as the currently displayed value. Example: To enter tone number 001, input 1.
You can exit the function menu by pressing ct. After selecting functions 8 through 12, press the bs (10-key) [7] (ENTER) key to display the menu items submenu. Then use [4] ( ) and [6] ( ) to select an item. You can exit a submenu by pressing the bs (10-key) [9] (EXIT) key.
3. Refer to the indicated pages for details about

each function.

Negative values cannot be input using the number buttons. Use [] (decrease) and [+] (increase) instead.

[] and [+] Buttons

You can use the [] (decrease) and [+] (increase) buttons to change the displayed number or value. Holding down either button scrolls the displayed setting. Pressing both buttons at the same time will revert to the initial default setting or the recommended setting.
See Page E-40 E-28 E-10 E-15 E-14 E-14 E-22 E-23 E-24 E-32 E-33 E-33 E-33 E-57 E-15 E-16 E-55 E-10 E-66 E-66 E-67 E-67 E-23 E-57 E-58
Function Transpose Accompaniment Volume Song Volume Touch Response Tuning Reverb Chorus Sampling Automatic Sampling Start Automatic Sampling Stop Sampled Tone Protect 9 Step Up Lesson Voice Fingering Guide Note Guide Performance Evaluation Phrase Length 10 Other Settings Arpeggiator Hold Pedal Effect Pitch Bend Range (WK-500 only) Accompaniment Scale LCD Contrast 11 MIDI Settings Keyboard Channel Navigate Channels Local Control Accomp Out 12 Delete Sampled Sound Delete User Rhythm Delete User Song Delete All Data Delete
Display Trans. AcompVol Song Vol Touch Tune Reverb Chorus SAMPLING AutoStrt AutoStop (Protect) LESSON Speak NoteGuid Scoring PhraseLn OTHER ArpegHld Jack Bend Rng AcompScl Contrast MIDI Keybd Ch Navi. Ch Local AcompOut DELETE (tone name) (song name) All Data

2. Try playing something on the keyboard. Use 2

to adjust volume.

Decrease

Increase

Headphones do not come with the Digital Keyboard. Use commercially available headphones. See page E-3 for information about options.
Turning off the Digital Keyboard causes most current settings to be cleared. The Digital Keyboard will revert to initial settings the next time you turn it on. This is true for all settings except for sample sound protection. Once you turn it on it remains on until you turn it off again.
Do not listen to very high volume output over headphones for long period. Doing so creates the risk of hearing damage. If you are using headphones that require an adaptor plug, make sure you do not leave the adaptor plugged in when removing the headphones.
Auto Power Off (Using Batteries)
While you are using batteries for power, power will turn off automatically if you do not perform any operation for about six minutes. Auto Power Off is disabled while the AC adaptor is being used for power.

Disabling Auto Power Off

You can disable Auto Power Off to ensure that power is not turned off automatically during a concert, etc.
1. While holding down bp, turn on power.
Auto Power Off will be disabled.
Changing Keyboard Response to Touch Pressure (Touch Response)
Touch Response alters tone volume in accordance with keyboard pressure (speed). This provides you some of the same expressivity you get on an acoustic piano.
Changing Touch Response Sensitivity
Use the procedure below to control how much the volume of played notes change in accordance with playing speed. Select the setting that best matches your playing style.
1. Press ct and then use the bs (10-key) [4] (
and [6] ( E-6). ) keys to display Touch (page
Keyboard Instrument Sound Intensity
Sound intensity depends on the speed that keys are pressed.
People normally believe that the stronger the pressure applied to a piano keyboard, the louder the sound. Actually, however, the intensity of the notes played depends on the speed at which keys are pressed. Notes are louder when keys are pressed quickly, and quieter when keys are pressed slowly. Keeping this in mind as you play a keyboard musical instrument lets you control note volume without striving to apply too much pressure with your fingertips.

2. Use bs (10-key) [] and [+] keys to select one of
the three Touch Response sensitivity settings.
Off (oFF) Touch Response is turned off. Sound volume is fixed, regardless of key press speed. Normal Touch Response More sensitive Touch Response than Type 1

Type 1 (1) Type 2 (2)

The playability of an acoustic piano
Your Digital Keyboard provides you with key touch that is the next best thing to an acoustic piano. Note volume changes automatically in accordance with key press speed.
Indicator disappears when Touch Response is turned off.
Pressing fast produces louder notes.
Adjusting Display Contrast
and [6] ( E-6). ) keys to display OTHER (page )
Pressing slowly produces softer notes.

Flashes

Do not try to use too much pressure.
2. Press bs (10-key) [7] (ENTER) key. 3. Use the bs (10-key) [4] (
to display Contrast. ) and [6] ( ) keys

Con t r as t

4. Use the bs (10-key) [] and [+] keys to adjust the

contrast.

The contrast setting range is 01 to 17.

Using the Metronome

The metronome lets you play and practice along with a steady beat to help keep you on tempo.
Changing the Metronome Tempo
Use the following procedure to change the tempo of the metronome.

Start/Stop

1. Press bo.
Use y (slower) and t (faster) to change the tempo setting. Holding down either button changes the setting at high speed. Pressing t and y at the same time will initialize the tempo setting in accordance with the currently selected song or rhythm. Pressing bo causes the tempo value to flash on the display. While the tempo value is flashing, you can use bs (10-key) to change it. Note that you must input leading zeros, so 89 is input as 089. The tempo value will stop flashing if you do not perform any operation for a short while.

1. Press 7.

This starts the metronome.
This pattern changes with each beat.
2. Press 7 again to stop the metronome.
Changing the Beats Per Measure

Tempo value (flashes)

You can configure the metronome to use a bell sound for the first beat of each measure of the song you are playing. You can specify 0, or a value from 2 to 6 as the number of beat per measure. When playing a built-in song, the beats per measure setting (which determines when the bell sounds) is configured automatically for the currently selected song.

Changing the Metronome Sound Volume
The metronome volume setting is changed automatically with the volume level of the currently selected Auto Accompaniment or song. The metronome volume cannot be adjusted independently. For information about changing the Auto Accompaniment volume, see page E-40. For information about changing the song volume, see page E-28.
1. Hold down 7 until the beats per measure
setting screen appears on the display.
If you do not perform any operation for a few seconds after the beats per measure setting screen appears, the display will return to the screen displayed before you pressed 7.
You cannot adjust the balance between the metronome and note volume during Auto Accompaniment and built-in tune play.
2. Use bs (10-key) to enter the number of beats

per measure.

The bell will not sound if you specify 0 for this setting. In this case, all beats are indicated by a click sound. This setting lets you practice with a steady beat, without worrying how many beats there are in each measure.
Controlling the Keyboard Sounds

bqbp bs

Select from a variety of musical instrument sounds
Your Digital Keyboard lets you select tones for a wide variety of musical instrument sounds, including violin, flute, orchestra, and more. Even the same song sound takes on a different feel by changing the instrument type.
3. Try playing something on the keyboard.
The tone of the instrument you selected will sound.
To select an instrument for playing

1. Press bp.

Tone number Tone name
Playing with a Piano Tone (Piano Setup)
2. Use bs (10-key) to select the tone number you
The corresponding tone number and tone name will appear on the screen.
1. Press bp and bq at the same time.
This selects the grand piano tone. Settings Tone Number Reverb Transpose Touch Response
See the separate Appendix for a complete list of available tones. Use the number buttons to enter the tone number. Specify three digits for the tone number. Example: To select 001, enter 1. When one of the drum sets is selected, each keyboard key is assigned a different percussion sound.
: 001 : 06 : 00 : Off: Returns to initial default On: No change Pedal Effect : SUS Rhythm Number : 161 (WK-200), 181 (WK-500) Accompaniment : Rhythm part only Local Control : On Drum Assign : Off Split : Off Layer : Off Chorus : Off Octave Shift (Upper) : 0 Auto Harmonize : Off Arppegiator : Off Scale : Equal

Layering Two Tones

You can use the following procedure to layer two different tones (such as piano and strings) so they sound simultaneously when you press a keyboard key.
1. Select the first tone you want to use.
Press bp and then use bs (10-key) to select the tone you want. Example: 026 ELEC.PIANO 1 (WK-500)
You can use the procedure below to assign different tones to the right range and left range of the keyboard, so it sounds like you are playing an ensemble between two instruments.

If your currently selected tone is the same as the song tone, the display contents will not change.

Both hand parts on

2. Play along with song playback.
If you select a song that uses different tones for left and right hand play, the right hand part tone is assigned to the keyboard.

2. Press bm.

This starts playback in accordance with the setting you selected in step 1.
During playback with one part turned off, only the notes of the part that is turned off are shown on the display.
Increasing the Selection of Songs
You can load song data from an external device and increase the selection of songs available on the keyboard. See the following pages for more information. SD memory card (WK-500 only) (page E-62) Computer (page E-68)
For information about how to delete song data loaded from an external device, see page E-57.
Using Built-in Songs to Master Keyboard Play

Step Up Lesson Flow

To master a song, it is best to break it up into shorter parts (phrases), master the phrases, and then put everything together. Your Digital Keyboard comes with a Step Up Lesson feature that helps you to do just that.
Step Up Lesson takes you through practice of the right hand part, left hand part, and both hand parts for each phrase of a song. Master all of the phrases and you master the song. Phrase 1 Right Hand Lesson 1, 2, 3 Left Hand Lesson 1, 2, 3 Both Hand Lesson 1, 2, 3

Phrases

The built-in songs are pre-divided into phrases to help you master keyboard play.
Song start Song end Final Phrase
Repeat the above to practice phrase 2, 3, 4, and so on, until you reach the final phrase of the song.

Phrase 1

Phrase 2

Phrase 3

After mastering all of the phrases, practice the entire song.
Now you have mastered the entire song!
Messages that Appear during Lessons
The following are the messages that appear on the display during Step Lessons. Message <Phrase> Description Appears when you select a phrase, when a lesson starts, etc. Note that certain phrases will cause Wait to appear instead of Phrase. Appears when the lesson starts with an intro or fill-in phrase that is not included in the phrases to be practiced. Play toll advance automatically to the next phrase after the unincluded phrase plays, so wait until then to start playing on the keyboard. Appears when advancing automatically to the next phrase. This message appears following a phrase for which Wait (see above) is displayed, and during an Auto Step Up Lesson (page E-34). This message appears during Auto Step Up Lesson (page E-34) immediately before practice from Phrase 1 up until the phrase currently being practiced. Appears at the end of Auto Step Up Lesson (page E-34).

2. Use bs (10-key) to select the rhythm number
See the separate Appendix for information about individual rhythms.

3. Press bm or 9.

Playing the Rhythm Part Only
The rhythm part is the foundation each Auto Accompaniment. Your Digital Keyboard comes with a variety of built-in rhythms, including 8-beat and waltz. Use the following procedure to play the basic rhythm part.

This starts the rhythm.

4. Play along with the rhythm. 5. To stop the rhythm, press bm again.

Playing All Parts

Auto Accompaniment with Chords
Playing a chord with your left hand automatically adds bass and harmony accompaniment parts to the currently selected rhythm. It is just like having your own personal back up group on call.
5. Pressing bn again returns to rhythm only

accompaniment.

For information about starting Auto Accompaniment as soon as a chord is played, see Using Synchro Start on page E-40. You can use the split point to change the size of the accompaniment keyboard range (page E-14).
1. Start play of the Auto Accompaniment rhythm
Selecting a Chord Input Mode
You can select from among the following five chord input modes. FINGERED 1 FINGERED 2 FINGERED 3 CASIO CHORD FULL RANGE CHORD

2. Press bn.

This enables chord input on the accompaniment keyboard.

Accompaniment keyboard

1. Hold down bn until the chord input mode
selection screen appears on the display.

Chord input mode Lights

Cho r d
chord input mode you want.
3. Use the accompaniment keyboard to play

chords.

This will cause bass and harmony Auto Accompaniment parts to be added to the rhythm part.
Chords (no melody played) Melody
For information about each chord input mode, see the separate Appendix. If you do not perform any operation after the chord input mode selection screen appears, the display will return automatically to the screen that was displayed before you held down bn.

F3 Example: Pressing D-F#-A-C on the accompaniment keyboard 4 Accompaniment for the D-F#-A-C chord (D7) sounds.
4. Play other chords with left hand as you play the
melody with your right hand.
Using Auto Accompaniment FINGERED 1, 2, and 3
With these three input modes, you finger 3-note or 4-note chords on the accompaniment keyboard. Note that with some chords, even if you do not finger the third or fifth note, they will be played anyway.
CASIO CHORD Fingering Chord Type Major Chords Letters above the accompaniment keyboard indicate the chord assigned to each key. Pressing a single accompaniment area key in the CASIO CHORD mode will play the major chord whose name is marked above the key. All of the accompaniment area keys that are marked with the same chord name play exactly the same chord. Minor Chords To play a minor chord, press the accompaniment area key that corresponds to the major chord, while also pressing one other accompaniment area key to the right. Seventh Chords To play a seventh chord, press the accompaniment area key that corresponds to the major chord, while also pressing two other accompaniment area keys to the right. Minor Seventh Chords To play a minor seventh chord, press the accompaniment area key that corresponds to the major chord, while also pressing three other accompaniment area keys to the right. Example C (C Major)
C C#D Eb E F F#G Ab A Bb B C C#DEb E F
FINGERED 1 Play the component notes of the chord on the keyboard. FINGERED 2 Unlike FINGERED 1, 6th input is not b possible. m7 or mis input. FINGERED 3 Unlike FINGERED 1, allows input of fraction chords with the lowest keyboard note as the bass note.

Cm (C Minor)

C7 (C Seventh)

CASIO CHORD

With CASIO CHORD, you can use simplified fingerings to play the four types of chords described below.

Cm7 (C Minor Seventh)

When playing a minor, seventh, or minor seventh chord, it makes no different whether the additional keys you press are black or white.

FULL RANGE CHORD

With this mode, you can use the full range of the keyboard to play chords and the melody.
Accompaniment keyboard / Melody keyboard
Auto Accompaniment Pattern Variations
Use the following procedures to play intro and ending patterns, to play fill-in patterns, and to play variations of basic Auto Accompaniment patterns.

To delete a recorded track
After step 3 of the above procedure, do hold down 5 (without pressing any keyboard key) until the message Tr.Del? appears on the display. Press [+] (YES) to delete the track, or [] (NO) to cancel the delete operation.
If you want to use a different tone than the one you used in Track 1, press bp and then use bs (10-key) to input the tone number.

4. Press bm.

This will start playback of what you recorded up to this point in other tracks and record what you play on the keyboard to the currently selected track. Play the notes you want on the keyboard.
5. To stop recording, press bm.
To play back what you have recorded, press bm again. Each press of bm starts and stops playback.
You can record up to five songs (numbered 1 through 5) in memory. After that, you can select a specific song for playback.
This section explains how to play along and record along with one of the Digital Keyboards built-in songs. The following operations and settings also are recorded along with your keyboard play. Tone number, song number, pedal operation, tempo, reverb, chorus, layer/split settings, pitch bend wheel operation (WK-500 only)
A song number will appear in the upper left corner of the display for a few seconds. While it is, use bs (10-key) to specify the number of the song you want to record or play back. The song number will disappear if you do not perform any operation. Example: Track 2
There can be only one recording of keyboard play with a built-in song in recorder memory. Making a new recording replaces (deletes) previously recorded data.

1. Press br. 2. Press 5.

This will enter playback standby.
3. Press 5 to record, or bm to play back.
To stop recording or playback, press bm.
4. Press 5 twice to exit the recorder mode.
After step 2 of the above procedure, do hold down 5 (without pressing any keyboard key) until the message Song Del? appears on the display. Press [+] (YES) to delete the song, or [] (NO) to cancel the delete operation.
4. Use bs (10-key) to enter the song number you
want to assign to the recording.
Recording Two or More Songs, and Selecting One for Playback
Recording while Playing Along with a Built-in Song
5. Press bn to cycle through the parts in the

sequence shown below.

Saving Recorded Data on an External Device

SD Memory Card and Card Slot Precautions
When using an SD memory card, make sure you observe all of the precautions in the instructions that come with it. SD memory cards have a write-protect switch that you can use to protect against accidental deletion of data. Avoid using an SD memory card under the following conditions. Such conditions can corrupt data stored on the memory card. Areas subjected to high temperature, high humidity, and corrosive gas Areas subjected to strong electrostatic charge and digital noise Never touch the contacts of an SD memory card when loading it or removing it from the Digital Keyboard. While data is being stored to or recalled from an SD memory card, never perform any other Digital Keyboard operation or remove the SD memory card. Doing so can corrupt the data on the card and damage the card slot. Never insert anything besides an SD memory card into the card slot. Doing so creates the risk of malfunction. Electrostatic charge discharging from your fingers or the SD memory card to the card slot can cause malfunction of the Digital Keyboard. If this happens, turn the Digital Keyboard off and then back on again. An SD memory card can become quite warm after very long use in the SD memory card slot. This is normal and does not indicate malfunction.

CM2 MID*2 SP7 SL7*3 ST7

Edited scale data
Tone and rhythm setup settings Above data

RM7 AL7

*1: Sampled drum set sounds *2: Standard MIDI file (format 0, 1) *3: Data recorded playing along with built-in song
Use only SD memory cards. Operation is not guaranteed when any other type of memory card is used.
Inserting and Removing an SD Memory Card
Note that the SD memory card must be oriented correctly when you insert it into the SD memory card slot. Trying to force the memory card into the slot can damage the card and the slot.
Formatting an SD Memory Card
Before using an SD Memory card, first be sure to format it on the Digital Keyboard. Before performing the procedure below, check to make sure that the SD memory card does not contain any data you might need. The SD memory card format performed by the Digital Keyboard is a quick format. If you want to completely delete all of the data on the card, format it on your computer or using some other device.

1. With the top of the SD memory card facing
upwards (so you can see it), carefully insert the card into the keyboards SD memory card slot (ek) until stops with a click.
1. Insert the SD memory card you want to format
into the Digital Keyboards card slot.
Make sure that the write-protect switch of the SD memory card is not in the write-protect position.
2. Press ct and dk at the same time.

F o r ma t

3. Press the bs (10-key) [7] (ENTER) key.
This will display the format confirmation screen.
2. Press the SD memory card into the card slot

and then release it.

This will cause the card to disengage and eject partially. Pull the card out of the slot.
4. Press the bs (10-key) [+] (YES) key.
The message Pls wait will appear on the display. Do not perform any operation while this message is displayed. Complete appears on the display after formatting is complete. To cancel the format operation, press [] (NO) or [9] (EXIT) in place of [+] (YES).
P l s wa i t Comp l e t e
Use the following procedure to save Digital Keyboard data to an SD memory card.
To save this data Sampled sound User rhythm Recorded song Recorded song (SMF 0 format) User Scale Memory Registration data All data
Display this screen SAv SmplTone SAv UserRhy. SAv Rec.Song SAv SMF 0 SAv ScaleMem SAv Regist. SAv All Data
1. On the Digital Keyboard, select the data you
want to save as described below.
To save this type of data Sampled sound User rhythm Recorded song Do this Select the tone number of the sampled sound you want to save. Select the rhythm number of the user rhythm you want to save. Select the song you want to save and put the Digital Keyboard in playback standby. Press bq and then 4. Select one of the Digital Keyboards default built in tones or rhythms.
Saving a recording made while playing along with a built-in song in SMF 0 format will save only what was played on the keyboard.
User scale memory Registration data All data
You cannot save a user song (song data loaded from an external device) to an SD memory card. See page E-59 for information about data types.

USERNAME

Enter the file name of the data you are saving. Use the ) and [6] ( ) keys to move the bs (10-key) [4] ( cursor to the character you want to change, and then use [+] and [] to change the character. Pressing [9] (EXIT) will return to the screen that was displayed before you pressed [7] (ENTER).
2. Insert a SD memory card into the Digital

Keyboards card slot.

3. Hold down dk until the button lights.
To cancel data save, press dk again. Example: Saving a sampled sound
6. Press the bs (10-key) [7] (ENTER) key.
This will save the data to the SD memory card.

Smp l T o n e

Comp l e t e
If there is a file with the same name already on the SD memory card, a message will appear asking if you want to overwrite it. Press the bs (10-key) [+] (YES) key to overwrite, or [] (NO) or [9] (EXIT) to cancel.

Since the accompaniment data is for other models, you may experience some abnormalities when playing it on this model.
Maintaining Data in Memory
After you save data in memory, it will remain there as long as power is supplied to the keyboard. However, if you disconnect the AC adaptor when there are no batteries loaded, saved data will be deleted. Tips for Maintaining Data Use both batteries and the AC adaptor together. Make sure that batteries with sufficient power are loaded whenever you disconnect the AC adaptor. Connect the AC adaptor to the keyboard and plug it into a power outlet before replacing batteries. Before connecting or disconnecting the AC adaptor or replacing batteries, first press 1 to turn off power.
Data Types Supported for Data Transfer
The same types of data that you can store to or recall from an SD memory card (page E-59) can be transferred to and from the Digital Keyboard. Note, that recorded song data can be transferred to a computer in the Digital Keyboards native format only. You cannot save recorded song data to a computer as a standard MIDI file (SMF format). With the WK-500 (only), you can save and recall scale memory data.

Downloading Data Manager

1. Go to the CASIO WORLDWIDE site at the

following URL.

http://world.casio.com/
2. At the site, select a geographic area or country. 3. After accessing the area site, navigate to the
minimum computer system requirements for Data Manager for this product.
You should be able to find a link to Data Manager information on the product introduction page of this product. If you cannot find such a link, use the search form of the area site where you are located to enter the model name of this product and search for it. Note that site contents are subject to change without notice.
4. Check if your computer system complies with
the minimum requirements for Data Manager.
5. Download Data Manager and its users guide to
6. Follow the procedure in the users guide that
you downloaded in step 5 to install and use Data Manager.
You can download accompaniment data from the Internet Data Expansion system of the CASIO MUSIC SITE (http://music.casio.com/) and load it into the memory of this Digital Keyboard. Note that there is not any accompaniment data intended specifically for this model, so you should use data for other models.
Connecting to Audio Equipment
This Digital Keyboard can be connected to commercially available stereo, amplifier, or recording equipment, to a portable audio player or other equipment.
Playing an External Device from the Digital Keyboard

Connection requires commercially available connecting cords, supplied by you. The connecting cords should have a stereo mini plug on one end and a plug that matches the configuration of the external device on the other end.
Outputting Keyboard Notes to Audio Equipment
Connection requires commercially available connecting cords, supplied by you.
Turn off the external device when making connections. After connecting, turn down the Digital Keyboard and external device volume levels whenever turning power on or off. After connecting, turn on the Digital Keyboard and then the external device. If keyboard notes sound distorted when they are sounded from external audio equipment, lower the Digital Keyboards volume setting.
Turn off the Digital Keyboard when making connections. After connecting, turn down the Digital Keyboard and external device volume levels whenever turning power on or off. After connecting, turn on the external device and then the Digital Keyboard. If notes are distorted when they are sounded on the external device, lower the volume setting of the external device.
Portable audio player, etc.

WK-200

Digital Keyboard PHONES/OUTPUT jack Stereo mini plug
Audio equipment, amplifier, etc.

Stereo standard plug

WK-500

Standard plug

Digital Keyboard LINE OUT R, L/MONO jack

Reference

Troubleshooting
Symptom Included Accessories I cant find something that should be here. Power Requirements Power will not turned on. Check the AC adaptor or make sure that the batteries are facing correctly (page E-8). Replace the batteries with new ones or switch over to AC adaptor power (page E-8). Replace the batteries with new ones or switch over to AC adaptor power (page E-8). This happens when Auto Power Off (page E-9) is triggered. Carefully check inside all of the packing materials. Action
The Digital Keyboard outputs a loud sound and then suddenly powers down. The Digital Keyboard suddenly powers down after a few minutes. Display The display keeps going out or are flashing. On-screen keyboard keys or notes remain on the display.
Replace the batteries with new ones or switch over to AC adaptor power (page E-8). A Step Up Lesson is in progress and the Digital Keyboard is waiting for you to play the next note in the song. To stop this from happening, cancel the lesson (page E-31).
Screen contents are visible only from straight ahead. This is dues to production limitations. It does not indicate malfunction. Sound Nothing happens when I press any keyboard key. Adjust the main volume setting (page E-9). Check if something is plugged into en (WK-200: PHONES/ OUTPUT jack) (WK-500: PHONES jack) on the back of the Digital Keyboard. If there is no sampled sound in memory, nothing will play if you press a keyboard key while a tone in the range of 671 to 678 (WK200: 571 to 578) is selected (page E-18). Turn power off and then back on to initialize all keyboard settings (page E-9). Press bn to disable chord input in the accompaniment keyboard area (page E-37). With rhythms 190, and 192 to 200 (WK-200: 170, and 172 to 180), nothing will sound until you play a chord on the keyboard. Try playing a chord (page E-37). Check and adjust the accompaniment volume setting (page E-40). If there is no user rhythm stored in memory, Auto Accompaniment will not start when you press bm while a rhythm in the range of 201 to 210 (WK-200: 181 to 190) is selected (page E-42). Turn power off and then back on to initialize all Digital Keyboard settings (page E-9). It takes a little time after you press the button until the song starts to play. Wait for a moment for the song to start. Check and adjust the song volume (page E-28). If there is no user song stored in memory, song playback will not start when you press bm while a song in the range of 153 to 162 is selected (page E-28). Turn power off and then back on to initialize all Digital Keyboard settings (page E-9).

 

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