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3 Outlets and other controls. 9
Before Powering Up! Before you plug in your Edition Blue DFX, make sure that the
voltage on the Mains jack conforms to the existing Mains voltage. 3.1 Input 3.2 Line Out and Line In 3.3 Footswitch 3.4 Headphones 3.5 CD Input 3.6 Mains
Ensure that air can circulate freely around your amps ventilation
Place the amp on a stable platform where it is not exposed to
mechanical shocks and extreme temperature, which may damage the amp or endanger the safety of bystanders.
4 Standard set-up and cable connections. Service and maintenance.. Troubleshooting.. 10
The manufacturer is not liable for damage caused by improper
Before powering up please read the Important Safety Instructions on pages 28-30!
7 Technical specifications. Sample Settings.. 27
The Channels of the Edition Blue DFX
The Effects of the Edition Blue DFX
The Edition Blue DFX is equipped with two channels, Clean and Lead. Its innovative circuit design, which simulates the important sound-forming elements of tube amps using semiconductor technique, gives both channels the dynamics needed by a discerning guitarist for his/her musical expression. The sensitive preamp of the Edition Blue DFX not only produces harmonious overdrive but also a significant dynamic response to the style of playing.
The Edition Blue DFX is equipped with two independent signal processors. Signal processor 1: modulation effects and Delay, Signal processor 2: digital spring reverb. Both signal processors can be used at the same time and are independently adjustable. The settings work for both the Clean and the Lead channel.
The first effect section of the Edition Blue DFX offers you the two most important modulation effects, Chorus und Flanger, as well as Delay. They are behind each other on the Preset Adjust control. In the first section, the Chorus is active; in the second section, the Flanger is active and in the third section, the Delay. Within a section, you can change the character of the effects with this potentiometer. The parameters are selected in such a way that it creates good quality sounds which Lead quickly and simply to the desired effect. Through clockwise rotation, the speed (rate) of the modulation effect changes. Dependent on the rate, the modulations depth is automatically regulated in such a way that in every control position the best possible sound effects are always heard. With Delay, the Delay (time) and the number of repetitions (Feedback) change at the same time. The mixing ration between dry signal and the effects can be infinitely variedly regulated with FX Level.
1.1 The Clean channel
Depending of the preamp control settings, the amp can produce a variety of contemporary and vintage Clean sounds.
Determines the Clean channels Volume. Depending on the type of pick-ups, the amp will begin to clip somewhere around the 12 oclock setting. If desired, the Clean channel can produce a lot of crunch.
This Channel Selector switch activates either the Clean or Lead channel. The Lead channel is active when the button is pressed.
1.4 The Lead channel
Classical, open rock sounds direct and dynamic. In particular the effective sound-shaping tool facilitates a large spectrum of Lead sounds.
With slow adjustments, the Chorus sounds deep and rich, which works best for floating ballads. Thanks to the automatic effect depth adjustment, quicker Chorus adjustments dont scream.
Controls the amount of distortion in the Lead channel.
1.6 Lead Master
Determines the Lead channel Volume Level in relation to the Clean channel Volume Level.
The slow Flanger settings give an intense sweeping effect, while with rapid adjustments you can produce current rock and pop effects.
The sound control works for both channels. Mid and Treble controls influence each other (as is also standard and desired on tube amp models): if you boost the treble, it causes a central lowering and vice versa. This characteristic enables the greatest possible variety of sound nuances.
With the Delay control, the time to the next repetition can be varied infinitively from 80 ms to 1400 ms. Feedback is automatically adjusted. Short Delays with little feedback are best suited for rockabilly sounds, intermediary Delays are perfect for typical U2 sounds, while long times are good for playing the canon-like Queen licks.
Controls the Master Volume of the Edition Blue DFX inclusive of the effects. The Line Out signal remains unaffected by this control.
This control determines how many Chorus/Flanger/Delays should be mixed with the sound. At the left control the signal is dry, effect section one more or less switched off. At the right control, a mixing ratio of 1:1 exists. The FX Level control works independently of the Reverb control. Only for Edition 30 and 60 DFX: the FX section can be switched on and off with the Footswitch. As with the FX Level control, Reverb works independently. See also 3.3 Footswitch.
The Reverb is an authentic adaptation of a classic string Reverberation. It works and responds in exactly the same way: the control Reverb adjusts the Volume of the string Reverberation while the time always stays the same. The Reverb control works independently of the FX Level control. In the same way, when the left control is used, the signal is dry and effect section two is more or less switched off.
To connect a signal processor:
Connect the processors Input to the Line In jack and the
Output to the Line Out jack.
To avoid noise, signal degradation, and interrupted signals,
only use high-quality patch cables.
Always make sure that the signal processor is not distorting
the signal. If necessary also observe the Volume indicator of the signal processor and use the Input and Output control of the signal processor for dialing in a suitable Level.
Outlets and other Controls
Distortion devices are not designed for use in an FX loop. Generally,
any kind of device that compresses the signal should be connected first in the signal chain. Depending on the type of effect you want to achieve, you may want to connect your compressor directly between the instrument and the amps Input.
If you are using several processors or stamp boxes, ensure you
connect them in the proper order. If you want to feed the Edition Blue DFX signal to a mixing console, we recommend you route it through the Hughes & Kettner Red Box. Patch the signal from the Line Out jack, as this signal paths Level is here. The signal is then independent, balanced and frequency corrected (speaker simulation) from the Master control.
3.3 Footswitch (not applicable for Edition Blue 15 DFX)
This jack is for a standard 1-way or 2-way Footswitch (e.g. Hughes & Kettner FS-1 or FS-2). This allows you to switch back and forth between the Clean and Lead channels and to turn the effect section on and off as you want. If you use a 1-way switch, the channels are switched; if you use a 2-way switch, the channels run through switch 1 and the effects are controlled by switch 2. english
If you want to be able to control the channels by the Footswitch, the Channel Select switch must be switched to the front of the Clean channel.
Headphone jack. The speaker is automatically switched off when a plug is inserted into this jack.
3.5 CD Input 3.1 Input
Connecting socket for guitar Jack for connecting CD players, tape decks or other audio sources. The circuit is controlled directly by the Master circuit of the Edition Blue DFX, which means that you can use the Master control to adjust the Input signals volume. To dial in the desired balance of levels for the playback and guitar signals, the connected playback device has to be equipped with some type of variable Output control. Most audio sources have an adjustable headphone Output. You can connect this with the CD Input with an appropriate adapter (stereo As soon as the Line Out jack is occupied, the internal signal path is interrupted in order to feed the external signal. If no external signal processor is used, this jack must stay free. It cannot be used as an additional Input. jack/2 x cinch).
3.2 Line Out and Line In (not for Edition Blue 15 DFX)
The Edition Blue DFX is equipped with a serial insert. The preamp signal of the amp is completely routed and processed through an ingrained signal processor. The Line Out can also be used as the Output for a mixing console.
Jack for the included Mains cable. Ensure the amps voltage matches your local AC voltage rating before you plug the cord into the wall socket. 9
Before you switch on the audio playback device, turn the Master control all the way down. Then turn up the Master control a little and dial in the desired balance levels. Once youre satisfied with these levels, gradually turn up the control to the desired overall level.
The Edition Blue DFX will not switch on:
The amp is not receiving any Mains voltage. Check the Mains cable
to see if it is properly connected.
Standard Setup and Cable Connections
The Mains fuse is defective. Replace the fuse with another suitable
fuse. If this fuse is also defective, consult your Hughes & Kettner dealer. The Edition Blue DFX is correctly connected but the sound is inaudible:
One or more of the Gain and Master controls may be turned down. One of the internal fuses is defective. Get a qualified service
technician to replace the fuse (taking care that the values are the same) The Clean channel cannot be activated through an external Footswitch:
The Channel Select switch on the front panel may not be in the off
position. Switch the Clean channel on. When using the Line In / Line Out jacks, there is a humming noise:
An electrical or magnetic field is causing interference. Here, it is
recommended to use a DI box, e.g. Hughes & Kettner Red Box.
Service and Maintenance
You have connected an FX processor to the Line Out jack but the signal is totally distorted even when using Clean sounds.
The Edition Blue DFX amps do not require maintenance of any type. However, there are a few precautions to observe to significantly lengthen the life of your amp:
The Input of the FX processor is overloaded. Reduce the processors
Input sensitivity (Input or Gain). You have connected an FX processor to the Line Out but the
Always ensure that all peripheral devices, cords and cables are in
a state of good repair! Defective speaker cables (short circuits, loose connections) are the most common cause of failure. Poor-quality cables will always lead to humming problems.
Output signal is too quiet:
The FX processors Output Level is set incorrectly. Turn the Output
Level of the processor up high.
Make sure that your amps ventilation ducts are not blocked
Avoid mechanical shocks and exposure to extreme heat, dust and
Pay close attention to the specifications of peripheral devices. Never connect devices with high Output signal levels (e.g. power
amps) to your amps Input.
Check for the correct voltage before you plug in the amp. If in
doubt, check with the venues sound technician or the caretaker of the building.
Do not carry out do it yourself repairs. Get a qualified service
technician to replace internal fuses.
Use a soft, damp cloth to clean the exterior surface of the
Edition Blue DFX.
15 watts 55 VA
Model: Output power into 8 ohms: Max. power consumption: Mains fuse:
230/240 volt configuration 117 volt configuration 100 volt configuration
30 watts 70 VA
60 watts 100 VA
T 250 mA T 500 mA T 500 mA T 315 mA -10 +35 C 7.3 kg
T 315 mA T 630 mA T 630 mA T 315 mA -10 +35 C 9.2 kg
Internal Fuses: Operational temperature range: Weight: Measurements:
Width Height Depth
480 mm 490 mm 275 mm 12" Celestion Rockdriver english
1 Los canales del Edition Blue DFX. 13
1.1 El canal Clean 1.2 Volume 1.3 Channel Select
Felicitaciones por haber adquirdo su Hughes & Kettner Edition Blue DFX
Un equipo de gitarristas y tcnicos desarroll los amplificadores Edition Blue DFX con el propsito de combinar sonidos de guitarra exigentes con el manejo ms sencillo y con el equipamiento adecuado para la prctica a un precio pagable. El Edition Blue DFX es el aparato de trabajo ideal para guitarristas exigentes que piden tonos fundamentales oficiales en un amplificador compacto. Gracias al sonido, a la flexibilidad y al equipamiento, los amplificadores Edition Blue DFX convencen en pequeos conciertos en vivo, en el estudio y en un ambiente de ensayos. Le deseamos mucho xito y diversin del tono con su Edition Blue DFX!
Lapparecchio per gli effetti regolato in modo errato alla sua
uscita. Aumenta lOutput sullapparecchio per gli effetti.
Provvedi sempre ad una libera circolazione dellaria sulle superfici di
raffreddamento del tuo amplificatore.
Evita in ogni caso forti scosse meccaniche, calori estremi,
linfiltrazione di polvere ed in particolare di umidit.
Osserva attentamente le specificazioni per gli apparecchi
Non collegare mai le uscite con un livello troppo alto (ad esempio
livello finale) allentrata del tuo amplificatore.
Controlla sempre la tensione di rete a disposizione prima del
collegamento dellamplificatore. In caso di dubbi contatta il tecnico del palcoscenico, il padrone di casa o simili.
Non provare delle riparazioni do it yourself! Anche il cambio di
fusibili interni deve essere effettuato da un tecnico esperto. 25
Modello Potenza duscita a 8 Ohm: Consumo massimo: Fusibile di rete:
Modello 230/240 Volt Modello 117 Volt Modello 100 Volt
Fusibili internes: Temperatura ambiente nellazienda: Peso: Dimensioni:
Larghezza Altezza Profondit
There is no right or wrong way to set up a sound. There are no wrong settings. Sound is a very subjective thing. When it sounds right for you, then it is right! Please remember that your guitar, your pick-ups, your strings, and not to forget your fingers, all contribute to making your own very unique sound. The suggested settings shown below will give you advice on how to find some of these sounds straight away.and dont be afraid to dial in extreme settings.have fun!
Sample Setting 1, Classic Clean and Lead
Sample Setting 2, Modern Clean and Lead
Sample Setting 3, Country & Blues Clean and Lead
Sample Setting 4, Shimmering Chorus Clean and New Wave Overdrive
Sample Setting 5, Extrem Flanger Clean and Lead
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE CONNECTING, READ INSTRUCTIONS
Read all of these instructions! Save these instructions for later use! Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product! Do not use this product near water, i.e. bathtub, sink, swimming pool, wet basement, etc. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand or table. The product may fall, causing serious damage to the product or to persons! Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are provided for ventilation; to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, these openings must not be blocked or covered. This product should not be placed in a built-in installation unless proper ventilation is provided. This product should not be placed near a source of heat such as a stove, radiator, or another heat producing amplifier. Use only the supplied power supply or power cord. If you are not sure of the type of power available, consult your dealer or local power company. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this product where persons will walk on the cord. Never break off the ground pin on the power supply cord. Power supply cords should always be handled carefully. Periodically check cords for cuts or sign of stress, especially at the plug and the point where the cord exits the unit. The power supply cord should be unplugged when the unit is to be unused for long periods of time. If this product is to be mounted in an equipment rack, rear support should be provided. This product should be used only with a cart or stand that is recommended by Hughes & Kettner. Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in risk of fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product. Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage points or other risks. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Clean only with dry cloth. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for the safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed. If liquid has been spilled into the product. If the product has been exposed to rain or water. If the product does not operate normally when the operating instructions are followed. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need of service! Adjust only these controls that are covered by the operating instructions since improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to normal operation. Exposure to extremely high noise Levels may cause a permanent hearing loss. Individuals vary considerably in susceptibility to noise induced hearing loss, but nearly everyone will lose some hearing if exposed to sufficiently intense noise for a sufficient time. The U.S. Governments Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has specified the following permissible noise Level exposures:
Duration Per Day In Hours 1 or less
Sound Level dBA, Slow Response 115
According to OSHA, any exposure in excess of the above permissible limits could result in some hearing loss. Ear plug protectors in the ear canals or over the ears must be worn when operating this amplification system in order to prevent a permanent hearing loss if exposure is in excess of the limits as set forth above. To ensure aGainst potentially dangerous exposure to high sound pressure Levels, it is recommended that all persons exposed to equipment capable of producing high sound pressure Levels such as this amplification system be protected by hearing protectors while this unit is in operation. Fuses: Replace with IEC 127 (5 x 20 mms) type and rated fuse for best performance only TO PREVENT THE RISK OF FIRE AND SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO MOISTURE OR RAIN. DO NOT OPEN CASE; NO USER SERVICE-ABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Version 1.0 10/2004
IMPORTANT ADVICE ON SAFETY! PLEASE READ BEFORE USE AND KEEP FOR LATER USE!
The unit has been built by Hughes & Kettner in accordance with IEC 60065 and left the factory in safe working order. To maintain this condition and ensure non-risk operation, the user must follow the advice and warning comments found in the operating instructions. The unit conforms to Protection Class 1 (protectively earthed). Hughes & Kettner ONLY GUARANTEES THE SAFETY, RELIABILITY AND EFFICIENCY OF THE UNIT IF: Assembly, extension, re-adjustment, modifications or repairs are carried out by Hughes & Kettner or by persons authorized to do so. The electrical installation of the relevant area complies with the requirements of IEC (ANSI) specifications. The unit is used in accordance with the operating instructions. The unit is regularly checked and tested for electrical safety by a competent technician. WARNING: If covers are opened or sections of casing are removed, except where this can be done manually, live parts can become exposed. If it is necessary to open the unit this must be isolated from all power sources. Please take this into account before carrying out adjustments, maintenance, repairs and before replacing parts. The appliance can only be insulated from all power sources if the Mains connection is unplugged. Adjustment, maintenance and repairs carried out when the unit has been opened and is still live may only be performed by specialist personnel who are authorized by the manufacturer (in accordance with VBG 4) and who are aware of the associated hazards. Loudspeaker Outputs which have the IEC 417/5036 symbol (Diagram 1, below) can carry voltages which are hazardous if they are made contact with. Before the unit is switched on, the loudspeaker should therefore only be connected using the Lead recommended by the manufacturer. Where possible, all plugs on connection cables must be screwed or locked onto the casing. Replace fuses only with IEC 127 type and specified rating. It is not permitted to use repaired fuses or to short-circuit the fuse holder. Never interrupt the protective conductor connection. Surfaces which are equipped with the HOT mark (Diagram 2, below), rear panels or covers with cooling slits, cooling bodies and their covers, as well as tubes and their covers are purposely designed to dissipate high temperatures and should therefore not be touched. High loudspeaker Levels can cause permanent hearing damage. You should therefore avoid the direct vicinity of loudspeakers operating at high Levels. Wear hearing protection if continuously exposed to high Levels. Mains CONNECTION: The unit is designed for continuous operation. The set operating voltage must match the local Mains supply voltage. Caution: The unit Mains switch must be in position OFF before the Mains cable is connected. The unit is connected to the Mains via the supplied power unit or power cable. Power unit: Never use a damaged connection Lead. Any damage must be rectified by a competent technician. Avoid connection to the Mains supply in distributor boxes together with several other power consumers. The plug socket for the power supply must be positioned near the unit and must be easily accessible. PLACE OF INSTALLATION: The unit should stand only on a Clean, horizontal working surface. The unit must not be exposed to vibrations during operation. Keep away from moisture and dust where possible. Do not place the unit near water, baths, wash basins, kitchen sinks, wet areas, swimming pools or damp rooms. Do not place objects containing liquid on the unit - vases, glasses, bottles etc. Ensure that the unit is well ventilated. Any ventilation openings must never be blocked or covered. The unit must be positioned at least 20 cm away from walls. The unit may only be fitted in a rack if adequate ventilation is ensured and if the manufacturers installation instructions are followed. Keep away from direct sunlight and the immediate vicinity of heating elements and radiant heaters or similar devices. If the unit is suddenly moved from a cold to a warm location, condensation can form inside it. This must be taken into account particularly in the case of tube units. Before switching on, wait until the unit has reached room temperature. Accessories: Do not place the unit on an unsteady trolley, stand, tripod, base or table. If the unit falls down, it can cause personal injury and itself become damaged. Use the unit only with the trolley, rack stand, tripod or base recommended by the manufacturer or purchased together with the unit. When setting the unit up, all the manufacturers instructions must be followed and the setup accessories recommended by the manufacturer must be used. Any combination of unit and stand must be moved carefully. A sudden stop, excessive use of force and uneven floors can cause the combination of unit and stand to tip over. Additional equipment: Never use additional equipment which has not been recommended by the manufacturer as this can cause accidents. To protect the unit during bad weather or when left unattended for prolonged periods, the Mains plug should be disconnected. This prevents the unit being damaged by lightning and power surges in the AC Mains supply.
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