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INPUT MIC MIC MIC MIC MIC MIC MIC MIC
L 11 L
INSERT I O
R ST SUB 1
R ST SUB 2
LIMITER MONI 1 ST LEVEL
+3 +-1 -3 -5 -7 -10
L BRIDGE ST1 L MONI 1 MONO (BRIDGE)
R ST1 R MONO
MONI 1 MONI 2
ST SUB 1 MONI 1
1 VOCAL ECHO VOCAL ECHO VOCAL ECHO VOCAL ECHO 4
5 VOCAL REVERB VOCAL REVERB VOCAL REVERB VOCAL REVERB 4
9 HALL HALL HALL ROOM
13 PLATE PLATE PLATE GATE REVERB
1K 2K 4K 8K +-12
ST SUB 2
GRAPHIC EQUALIZER AFL AFL AFL AFL AFL
Keep This Manual For Future Reference.
FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.)
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT! This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product. 2. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/or another product use only high quality shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this product MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to follow instructions could void your FCC authorization to use this product in the USA. 3. NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15 for Class B digital devices. Compliance with these requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance that your use of this product in a residential environment will not result in harmful interference with other electronic devices. This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies and, if not installed and used according to the instructions found in the users manual, may cause interference harmful to the operation of other electronic devices. Compliance with FCC regulations does not guarantee that interference will not occur in all installations. If this product is found to be the source of interference, which can be determined by turning the unit OFF and ON, please try to eliminate the problem by using one of the following measures: Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the interference. Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit breaker or fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s. In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient the antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead, change the lead-in to coaxial type cable. If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please contact the local retailer authorized to distribute this type of product. If you can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Corporation of America, Electronic Service Division, 6600 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA 90620 The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its subsidiaries.
WARNING: THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED
THE WIRES IN THIS MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE: GREEN-AND-YELLOW : BLUE : BROWN : EARTH NEUTRAL LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured GREEN and YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter E or by the safety earth symbol or coloured GREEN and YELLOW. The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK. The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED. * This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA KEMBLE MUSIC (U.K.) LTD.
Installation...9 Connection..9 Connecting input/output equipment.10
Basic operation.. 11
Connecting microphones and instruments..11 Using the digital effect.11
Example setups.. 12
As a conference/entertainment hall sound system..12 As a band PA..13 Using a subwoofer..15
General specifications.16 Input specifications...17 Output specifications..17 Dimensions...18 Block/Level Diagram..19
Front and rear panel
s Channel control section
In this section, you can adjust equalization (frequency response), volume level, effect and monitor output levels for the input signal of each channel.
2 A/B switch (Channels 9/10~11/12 only)
This switch selects channel 9/10~11/12 input jacks. When the switch is up, the signal will be input from jacks A (phone jacks on the input/output panel 3). When the switch is pressed in, the signal will be input from jacks B (phono jacks on the input/ output panel 3).
+10 -16 -34 -60 +10
3 PEAK indicator
The indicator will light 3 dB before clipping, warning that clipping level is near.
-15 +15 -15 +15
4 Equalizer controls (HIGH, MID, LOW)
This is a 3-band equalizer that adjusts the high frequency range, mid frequency range, and low frequency range of each channel. Response is at when the knobs are in the w position. Rotating it toward the right will boost the corresponding frequency band, and rotating it toward the left will cut it. The base frequency (or center frequency), range of boost or cut, and equalizer type of each band are as follows: HIGH: 10kHz, 15 dB, shelving type MID: 2.5kHz, 15 dB, peaking type LOW: 100Hz, 15 dB, shelving type
5 Monitor 1/2 controls (MONI 1/2)
For each channel, this controls the amount of signal that is sent to the MONITOR 1/2 buses. The signal of the MONITOR 1 bus is sent to the MONI 1 jack (input/output panel 9). If the power amp select switch V is in the MONI 1MONO position, the signal is also sent to the speakers connected to the SPEAKERS L/MONI1 1/2 jacks. The signal of the MONITOR 2 bus is sent to the MONI 2 jack (input/output panel 9). Note: The signal sent to the MONITOR 1/2 buses does not pass through the channel fader 0 (pre-fader send). This means that it will not be affected by the setting of the channel fader.
1 GAIN control
Use this knob to adjust the sensitivity according to the input signal level, so that the input level is appropriate. For the best balance of S/N ratio and dynamic range, adjust this knob so that the peak indicator 3 lights occasionally.
6 Effect control (EFFECT)
For each channel, this controls the amount of signal that is sent to the EFFECT bus. The signal of the EFFECT bus is sent to the EFFECT jack (input/output panel A). It is also sent to the built-in effect when the ON switch P in the digital effect section is turned on. Note: The amount of signal that is sent to the EFFECT bus from each channel will be affected not only by the setting of the EFFECT control, but also by the setting of the channel fader 0 (post-fader send).
s Stereo sub input section
In this section, you can adjust the input level of external equipment connected to the ST SUB 1/2 jacks on the input/output panel.
7 PAN (panpot) control (Channels 1~8)
The PAN knobs set the stereo position of the signal that is sent to the STEREO bus.
8 BAL (balance) control (Channels 9/10~
11/12) The BAL knobs set the balance between the left and right channels, and assign the signals received at inputs 9/10~11/12 to the STEREO bus.
9 PFL (pre-fader listen) switch
Channels for which this switch is on will send a signal from a post-EQ pre-fader location to the C-R/PHONES jack (input/output panel B). Use this when you wish to use the headphones to monitor only a specic channel. Note: You can monitor the signal through the headphones even if the fader of the corresponding channel is set to the lowest level. The switch operation does not affect the signal sent to the STEREO bus, MONITOR 1/2 buses, or the EFFECT bus.
A MONI 1 (monitor 1) control
The MONI 1 knob adjusts the amount of the signal sent from the ST SUB 1 and 2 jacks (input/ output panel 4) to the MONITOR 1 bus.
B MONI 2 (monitor 2) control
The MONI 2 knob adjusts the amount of the signal sent from the ST SUB 1 and 2 jacks to the MONITOR 2 bus.
C ST (stereo) control
The ST knob adjusts the amount of stereo signal sent from the ST SUB 1 and 2 jacks to the STEREO bus. Note: The ST control setting does not affect the level of the signal sent to the MONITOR 1/2 buses (pre-fader send).
0 Channel fader
This controls the output level of the input channel signal.
D PFL (pre-fader listen) switch
When this switch is turned on, the signal at the point before the ST control knob C is sent to the C-R/PHONES jack (input/output panel B).
s Master control section
In this section, you can adjust the nal level of the outputs.
AFL AFL AFL AFL AFL
I MONO (monaural) fader
The MONO fader adjusts the nal level of the monaural signal output from the STEREO bus to the MONO jack (input/output panel 0). If the Power amp select switch V is set to MONI 1-MONO, this fader also adjusts the level of the signal sent from the SPEAKERS R/MONO 1/2 jacks to the speakers. If the Power amp select switch V is set to MONO (BRIDGE), this fader adjusts the level of the signal sent from the SPEAKERS BRIDGE jack to the speaker.
J AFL (after fader listen)
When this switch is on, the output signal that passes through the corresponding fader is sent to the C-R/PHONES jack (input/output panel B). Use these switches when you wish to monitor a particular output signal through the headphones.
s Tape in section
E MONI 1 (monitor 1) fader
The MONI 1 fader adjusts the nal level of the signal sent from the MONITOR 1 bus to the MONI 1 jack (input/output panel 9). If the Power amp select switch V is set to MONI 1MONO, using this fader enables you to adjust the level of the signal sent from the SPEAKER L/ MONI1 1/2 jacks to the speakers. In this section, you can adjust the input level of a cassette deck or a CD player that is connected to the TAPE jacks (input/output panel 5).
F MONI 2 (monitor 2) fader
The MONI 2 fader adjusts the nal level of the signal output from the MONITOR 2 bus to the MONI 2 jack (input/output panel 9).
K ST (stereo) control
This knob adjusts the level of the signal sent from the TAPE jacks to the STEREO bus.
G EFFECT fader
The EFFECT fader adjusts the nal level of the signal output from the EFFECT bus to the EFFECT jack (input/output panel A). Note: The setting of this fader does not affect the level of the signal sent from the EFFECT bus to the built-in effect.
L PFL (pre-fader listen) switch
When this switch is on, the signal input from the TAPE jacks is routed at the point before the ST control K to the C-R/PHONES jack (input/output panel B).
H ST 1 (stereo 1) fader
The ST 1 fader adjusts the nal level of the signal sent from the STEREO bus to the ST 1 jacks (input/output panel 8). If the Power amp select switch V is set to ST1 L-ST1 R, this fader also adjusts the level of the signal sent to the SPEAKERS jacks (rear panel 1). Note: The setting of this fader does not affect the signal output from the STEREO bus to the ST 2 jacks.
s Digital effect section
This section enables you to turn the built-in digital effect on/off and select the effect type.
s Graphic equalizer section
This section enables you to adjust the tone of the STEREO bus signal.
125 +250 500
VOCAL REVERB 1 VOCAL REVERB 2 VOCAL REVERB 3 VOCAL REVERB 4
VOCAL ECHO 1 VOCAL ECHO 2 VOCAL ECHO 3 VOCAL ECHO 4
HALL 1 HALL 2 HALL 3 ROOM
R Graphic equalizer
This is a 7-band graphic equalizer that allows you to adjust the frequency response of the STEREO bus signal, providing a maximum of 12 dB of cut/boost for each frequency band. This graphic equalizer affects both the STEREO bus signal that is output to the speakers and the line level signal that is output from the ST 1/2 jacks (input/output panel 8), and MONO jack (input/output panel 0).
O M MONI 1/2 (monitor 1/2) control
This knob adjusts the level of the return signal that is sent from the built-in digital effect to the MONITOR 1/2 buses.
N ST (stereo) control
This knob adjusts the level of the return signal that is sent from the built-in digital effect to the STEREO bus.
S ON switch
This switch turns the graphic equalizer on/off.
O PROGRAM selector
This knob selects the effect type for the internal digital effect.
s Power amp section
This section allows you to select the signals that will be sent to the built-in two-channel power amplier.
P ON switch
This switch turns the internal digital effect on/ off.
Q PARAMETER control
This knob adjusts the time parameter of the internal digital effect. Note: The master EFFECT fader setting does not affect the internal digital effect signal.
T LIMITER indicator
This indicator lights up when the level of the signal output from the power amp section reaches the maximum and the limiter is activated. Adjust the LEVEL control U and appropriate fader so that the indicator lights up for only a short while when the signal reaches the maximum level. Note: The indicator lights up or flashes for a longer duration if the power amp section is significantly overloaded, which could result in malfunction. Avoid such a situation.
U LEVEL controls
These knobs enable you to adjust the level of the signals input from the mixer section to the power amp section. Rotating the knob clockwise will raise the level of the input signal. Use a screwdriver of a width of 3mm or less to adjust the knob. If an external piece of equipment is connected to the P.AMP IN jacks (input/output panel 6), these knobs adjust the input sensitivity of the power amp (the input level that will provide the maximum output level in the power amp section). The sensitivity range is +18 dB~+4 dB, and rotating the knobs clockwise raises the input sensitivity. Note: If the Power amp select switch V is set to MONO (BRIDGE), only the L/BRIDGE LEVEL control becomes effective.
s Other indicators and controls
POWER PHANTOM +48V
+8 +5 +3 +-1 -3 -5 -7 -10 -15 -20
W Peak level indicator
This indicator allows you to monitor the level of the signal output from the ST 1 jacks. The 0 indicator lights up when the ouput level reaches +4 dB.
V Power amp select switch
Select one of the following three settings to specify the signals to be routed to the corresponding jacks according to the speaker connection at the SPEAKER jacks 1 on the rear panel. ST1 L-ST1 R The STEREO bus signals are output from the SPEAKERS L/MONI1 1/2 jacks and the SPEAKERS R/MONO 1/2 jacks. The nal level of these signals is adjusted by the master ST 1 fader. MONI 1-MONO The MONITOR 1 bus signals are output from the SPEAKERS L/MONI1 1/2 jacks, and a monaural signal that is a mix of the STEREO bus signals is output from the SPEAKERS R/MONO 1/2 jacks. The nal level of these signals is adjusted by the master MONI 1 fader and the MONO fader. MONO (BRIDGE) The monaural signal that is a mix of the STEREO bus is output from the BRIDGE jack. The nal level of this signal is adjusted by the master MONO fader. Set the switch to this position when you connect only one speaker to play a loud sound.
X POWER indicator
This indicator will light up when the power of the EMX3000 is turned on.
Y PHANTOM (+48V) switch and indicator
This switch turns the phantom power supply on/ off for the MIC input jacks for channels 1~8. When this switch is on, the indicator lights up.
Z C-R/PHONES (control room/headphones) control This knob adjusts the level of the signal monitored via the C-R/PHONES jack (input/output panel B).
[ ST 2 (stereo 2) control
This knob adjusts the nal level of the signal sent from the STEREO bus to the ST 2 jacks (input/ output panel 8). Note: The setting of this control does not affect signals that are sent from the STEREO bus to the ST 1 jacks and the SPEAKERS jacks.
LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE LINE INSERT I O INSERT I O INSERT I O INSERT I O
Channel input jacks (MIC, LINE) 1~8
These are the input jacks for channels 1~8. By using the GAIN control (control panel 1) you can connect any of the jacks to a wide range of sources, from mics to line-level devices (including synthesizers and rhythm machines). The MIC jacks can provide +48V phantom power, allowing you to use condenser microphones. Both MIC and LINE are balanced. They are compatible with microphones of output impedance 50~600 or line level devices of 600. The nominal input level is 34 dB~+10 dB for the LINE jacks, and 60 dB~16 dB for the MIC jacks. Pin connections for the MIC and LINE jacks are as follows:
MIC jacks (XLR type) LINE jacks (TRS phone jacks) *
Note: It is not possible to simultaneously use both the MIC and LINE inputs of a given channel. For each channel, use only one of the inputs as appropriate for the input source. Phantom power is switched on/off simultaneously for channels 1~8. For this reason, devices (in particular, unbalanced devices) other than condenser microphones must be connected to the LINE input jacks of channels 1~8 or channel 9/10~11/12 input jacks if the PHANTOM +48V switch (control panel Y) is on.
2 INSERT I/O (insert) jacks 1~4
These are TRS phone jacks that enable you to insert an external effect processor, such as a compressor/limiter, between the equalizer and fader of input channels 1~4. These connections require a special Y cable, such as shown in the following diagram. The nominal input/output levels are 0 dB.
to the input jack of the external processor to the INSERT I/O jack
Pin 1: ground Pin 2: hot (+) Pin 3: cold ()
Sleeve: ground Tip: hot (+) RIng: cold ()
* You can also connect a normal unbalanced phone plug.
+ - GND
to the output jack of the external processor
3 Channel input jacks 9~12A
Channel input jacks 9~12B These are the input jacks for channels 9/10~11/12 and are used to connect to the stereo output jacks of electronic instruments, cassette decks, or CD players. Use the A/B switch (control panel 2) to select phone jacks (A) or phono jacks (B). The nominal input level 34 dB~+10 dB. Note: Use only the L phone (A) jacks to connect a monaural device that has phone jacks.
Using the digital effect
The EMX3000 has a built-in digital effect, allowing reverberation or ambiance to be added to vocals or instrumental sounds.
1 Connect a mic or instrument to the
desired channels, and adjust the volume and tone.
2 Press the ON switch of the digital effect
3 Use the PROGRAM selector to select the
type of effect you wish to apply. VOCAL ECHO 1~4. Echo appropriate for vocals. VOCAL REVERB 1~4. Reverb appropriate for vocals. HALL 1~3. Reverb typical of a large hall. ROOM.. Reverb typical of a small room. PLATE 1~3.. Plate echo-like reverberation GATE REVERB. Special effect of truncating reverberation
2 Connect cables to your mics and instrument, and insert the other end of the cables rmly into the appropriate MIC/ LINE jacks (channels 1~8) or the 9~12 jacks (channels 9/10~11/12). Note: You cannot use channel 1~8 MIC and LINE jacks at the same time.
3 Turn on the power to the peripheral
devices, then turn on the power to the EMX3000. Note: When turning the power off, reverse this sequence.
4 Raise the EFFECT control of the channels
to which you wish to apply the digital effect.
4 While speaking into the mic (or while
playing the instrument), adjust the channel GAIN control so that the channel PEAK indicator lights occasionally at the maximum volume.
5 Use the ST control of the digital effect
section to adjust the level of the effect sound. Note: You can send the effect sound to the MONITOR 1/2 bus by raising the MONI 1/2 control in the digital effect section. If the effect sound is distorted even though the ST control and the MONI 1/2 controls in the digital effect section are turned all the way down, lower the EFFECT controls of the digital effect section.
5 Raise the ST1 fader in the master section
to the 10 position, and while speaking into the mic (or while playing the instrument), adjust the channel fader so that the 0 LED of the peak level indicator lights occasionally. Use the LEVEL control to adjust the maximum level of the speakers.
6 Adjust the PARAMETER control of the digital effect section to the desired level. Note: The setting of the EFFECT fader in the master section does not affect the internal effect.
6 If you wish to adjust the tone of each
channel, rotate the equalizer controls as desired.
7 Use the graphic equalizer and the ST
fader in the master section to adjust the overall volume and tone. Note: The volume level is affected by the settings of the channel equalizers and the graphic equalizer. When you set the equalizers, check the peak level indicator and adjust the ST fader if necessary.
This section provides some ways in which the EMX3000 can be used, and explains connections and operation.
As a conference/entertainment hall sound system
Here is an example of using the EMX3000 as a conference or entertainment hall sound system.
Cassette deck (for recording)
Cassette deck (for paly back)
Connect mics to channel inputs 1~8. A CD player/LD player/cassette deck can also be connected to the input jacks of channels 9/10 and 11/12. To record a meeting or a party, connect the REC jacks of the EMX3000 to the input jack of a recording cassette deck, and to monitor the recording on the EMX3000, connect the TAPE jacks of the EMX3000 to the output of the recording cassette deck. Connect the main speakers to the SPEAKERS L/ MONI1 1/2 jacks and the SPEAKERS R/MONO
1/2 jacks, and set the Power amp select switch to ST1 L-ST1 R.
s Playing back a CD player
1 Turn on the power to the peripheral
devices, then to the EMX3000.
2 Start playback on the CD player. Use the
GAIN control of channel 9/10 so that the PEAK indicator below the GAIN control will light occasionally. Then, raise the ST 1 fader to the 10 position, and adjust the channel 9/10 fader so that the 0 LED of the peak indicator will light occasionally.
As a band PA
Here is an example of using the EMX3000 as a small PA for a band. In this example, the monitor speakers are being sent a mix that is independent of the MAIN speaker mix. An external effect such as delay or reverb is also being used.
Connect mics or instruments, such as keyboards, to channel input jacks 1~12. Connect the main speakers to the SPEAKERS R/ MONO 1/2 jacks, and connect the monitor speakers to the SPEAKERS L/MONI1 1/2 jacks. Set the Power amp select switch to MONI 1MONO. If you use an external effect such as delay or reverb, connect the EMX3000s EFFECT jack to the input jack of the external effect, and connect the output jack of the external effect to the EMX3000s ST SUB 1.
Note: If you are using an external effect, we recommend that you turn down all the EFFECT controls of the digital effect section. You can connect the output of an external effect to channels 9/10 and 11/12 to apply the equalizer to the effect return signal. However in this case, make sure that the EFFECT controls are turned all the way down for the channels into which the effect sound is being input. If the EFFECT controls are raised, feedback will occur, and your speakers may be damaged.
1K 2K 4K 8K
* Direct box, D.I.* effect unit, pre-amp, etc.
-1K 2K 4K 8K
MONI 1 MONI 2 EFFECT ST 1 MONO
s Sending an independent mix to the monitor speakers
1 Set the MONI 1 fader to the 10 position.
2 Raise the MONI 1 controls for the channels that you wish to hear from the monitor speakers. Note: The MONI controls are not affected by the level settings of each channel. This allows you to create a mix that is independent of the main speakers.
3 Use the MONI 1 fader of the master section to adjust the overall volume.
s Using an external effect processor
You may sometimes want to use an external effect processor, such as an echo machine or a multieffect unit. Follow the steps below.
1 Set the EFFECT fader of the master section to the 10 position.
2 Raise the EFFECT controls for the channels
to which you want the external effect to be applied.
3 Use the EFFECT fader in the master section to adjust the level of the signal output to the external effects processor so that the sound will not be distorted at the input of the external effects processor.
4 Use the control of the ST SUB channel to
which the processed signal is input from the external effects processor to adjust the level of the effect sound.
Using a subwoofer
Here is an example of using a subwoofer in the speaker system.
Main speakers Yamaha Crossover network PN90
LEFT INPUTS RIGHT
TO POWER AMP INPUTS
HIGH LEFT RIGHT LOW LEFT RIGHT
s General specications
Maximum output power STEREO: 300 W+300 W/4 @0.5% THD at 1 kHz 215 W+215 W/8 @0.5% THD at 1 kHz BRIDGE: 600 W/8 @0.5% THD at 1 kHz 20 Hz~20 kHz +1 dB, 3 dB @1 W output into 8 (SPEAKER OUT) Frequency response 20 Hz~20 kHz +1 dB, 3 dB @+4 dB output into 600 (ST OUT, MONO OUT, EFFECT SEND, MONITOR OUT) Channel Gain control at minimum.
Channel Gain control at minimum.
Total harmonic distortion
Less than 0.5% @20 Hz~20 kHz, 150 W output into 4 (SPEAKER OUT) Less than 0.3% @20 Hz~20 kHz, +14 dB output into 600 (ST OUT, MONO OUT, EFFECT SEND, MONITOR OUT) 128 dB equivalent input noise 63 dB residual output noise (SPEAKER OUT) 95 dB residual output noise (ST OUT, MONO OUT, EFFECT SEND, MONITOR OUT)
Hum & noise (Average, Rs=150) (with 20 Hz~20 kHz BPF)
87 dB (ST OUT, MONO OUT) 64 dB (68 dB S/N) (ST OUT, MONO OUT) 80 dB (EFFECT SEND, MONITOR OUT) 91 dB 64 dB 38 dB 38 dB 70 dB 64 dB MIC IN to SPEAKER OUT MIC IN to ST OUT LINE IN to ST OUT ST IN to ST OUT MIC IN to EFFECT SEND MIC IN to MONITOR OUT
ST master/MONO master fader at maximum level and all channel fader at minimum. ST master/MONO master fader and 1 channel fader at maximum level. And 1 channel Gain control at maximum. Master fader at maximum level and all channel level control at minimum. (CH 1~8) (CH 1~8) (CH 1~8) (CH 9/10, 11/12) (CH 1~8) (CH 1~8)
Maximum voltage gain
Crosstalk at 1 kHz MIC IN gain control POWER AMP level control
70 dB adjacent input, 70 dB input to output 44 dB variable 14 dB variable HIGH 10 kHz shelving* MID 2.5 kHz peaking LOW 100 Hz shelving* * Turn over/roll off frequency of shelving: 3 dB below maximum variable level. 13 points LED meter Red LED on each channel lits when POST EQ signal reaches the level 3 dB below clipping. Comp. : THD0.5% Turn on THD0.5% 7 bands (125, 250, 500, 1k, 2k, 4k, 8k Hz), 12 dB Maximum 16 programs, PARAMETER control Digital effect mute: on/off POWER switch on/off mute, DC detection, TEMP (heatsink temp. 90C) stop low speed (50C) variable high speed (70C) +48 V is supplied to electrically balanced inputs. FC5 (Foot switch) USA and Canada:120 V AC 60 Hz, 250 W Europe: 230 V AC 50 Hz, 300 W Other: 240 V AC 50 Hz, 300 W 480125454 mm 16 kg Power cord, Owners Manual
Input channel equalization
Meters CH peak indicators Limiter LIMIT indicators Graphic equalizer Internal digital effect Foot switch Protection circuit (Power amp) Fan circuit Phantom power Option Power requirement/ Power consumption Dimensions (WxHxD) Weight Accessories
s Input specications
Input terminals Gain trim MAX MIN MAX MIN MAX MIN 600 Lines 10 k Actual load impedance For use with nominal Input level Connectors on mixer SensitivitydB (775 V) 16 dB (123 mV) 34 dB (15.5 mV) +10 dB (2.45 V) 34 dB (15.5 mV) +10 dB (2.45 V) +4 dB (1.23 V) 10 dBV (316 mV) 0 dB (775 mV) +4 dB (1.23 V)5 Max. before clip 40 dB (7.75 mV) +4 dB (1.23 V) 14 dB (155 mV) +30 dB (24.5 V) 14 dB (155 mV) +30 dB (24.5 V) +20 dB (7.75 V) +10 dBV (3.16 V) +20 dB (7.75 V) +18 dB (6.16 V)5 PHONO JACK PHONE JACK (I/O)4 PHONE JACK3 XLR-3-31 type2 PHONE JACK (TRS)2
MIC INPUT (18) LINE INPUT (18) ST INPUT (912) ST SUB IN (1, 2) TAPE IN (L, R) CH INSERT IN (14)
5 k 50 k
POWER AMP IN (L, R)
1. Sensitivity is the lowest level that can produce an output of +4 dB (1.23 V) or the nominal output level when the unit is set at maximum gain. (All fader and level controls are at maximum position.) 2. Balanced. (T=HOT, R=COLD, S=GND) 3. Unbalanced. 4. Unbalanced. (T=OUT, R=IN, S=GND) 5. POWER AMP level control= maximum (+4) In these specications when dB represents a specic voltage, 0 dB is referenced to 0.775 Vrms, 0 dBV is referenced to 1 Vrms.
3-Stage EQ BA
R SUM MONO
[0dB] ST [0dB] [0dB] MONITOR 1 [0dB] [0dB] [0dB] MONITOR 2 [0dB] [0dB] [0dB] PFL [0dB] [+12dB/AFL] AFL EFFECT [0dB] AFL
BA SUM INV
[0dB] [0dB] MONITOR 2 [0dB]
ST SUB IN 12 [+4dB] SUM
[+4dB] [3mW 40]
ST [0dB] [0dB]
TAPE IN [10dBV]
[0dB] PFL [0dB]
[0dB] [0dB] ST [0dB] [0dB] MONITOR 1 [0dB] PARAMETER LO RO [0dB] MONITOR 2 [0dB] DIGITAL EFFECT [INV] PROGRAM IN
[0dB] [0dB] SPEAKERS OUT (300W/4) LEVEL MAX (+4dB)
L, R, MONITOR EFFECT [6dB]
CH INPUT LINE IN GAIN Min. [+10dB] ST, MONO, MONITOR, EFFECT OUT [+4dB] [C-R/PHONES +4dB, 3mW@40]
SPEAKERS OUT (12W/4) LEVEL MIN (+18dB)
ST SUB IN [+4dB] CH INSERT I/O [0dB]
TAPE OUT [10dBV] C-R/PHONES
CH INPUT MIC IN GAIN Min. [16dB]
CH INPUT LINE IN GAIN Max. [34dB]
CH INPUT MIC IN GAIN Max. [60dB]
V699500 RIP 24 NP Printed in Taiwan Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division P.O. Box 3, Hamamatsu, 430-8651, Japan
Gator Cases Cross Reference Revised 9/25/2007
G-Mix-B 2020: (20" x 20" x 5.5")
ALESIS ALLEN & HEATH ALTO AUDIO ALTO AUDIO ALTO AUDIO BEHRINGER BEHRINGER BEHRINGER BEHRINGER BEHRINGER BEHRINGER BEHRINGER BEHRINGER COOPER SOUND COOPER SOUND CREST AUDIO CREST AUDIO CREST AUDIO DIGIDESIGN DIGIDESIGN MACKIE MACKIE MACKIE MACKIE MACKIE MACKIE NADY NADY PEAVEY PEAVEY PHONIC PHONIC PHONIC PHONIC ROLAND ROLAND ROLAND ROLAND SAMSON SOUNDCRAFT SOUNDCRAFT SOUNDCRAFT SOUNDCRAFT SOUNDCRAFT SOUNDCRAFT STUDIOMASTER TASCAM TOPAZ YAMAHA
STUDIO 24 XONE 464 L-16 L-20 PM-12 DRAGONFLY MX1804X MX2004A PMH1000 PMH3000 PMP1000 PMP3000 UB2442FX-PRO XENYX 2442 FX SYSTEM 6 SYSTEM 8 XR20 XR24 XRM COMMAND 8 DIGI-VLZ PRO 1642 VLZ PRO 1642-VLZ3 CFX 12 CFX12MK2 HUI CMX16A MXE1212 RQ 2310 UNITY 1002-8 RQ MM1805(X) MR 1843X POWERPOD 1840 POWERPOD 1860II MC-909 MV-8000 MV-8800 VS-2400CD MDR10 FX8 MPM12 (NO SIDE PANELS) SPIRIT E8 SPIRIT FX8 SPIRIT M12 SPIRIT M8 CSX FW-1082 S18-4 01X
Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Powered Mixer Powered Mixer Powered Mixer Powered Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Sequencer Sampler Recording Workstation Recording Workstation Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Recording Interface Mixer Digital Interface
Gator Cases, Inc. 2007 www.gatorcases.com
YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA ZOOM
EMX3000 MD4S MD8 MG124C MG124CX MG16/4 MG16/6FX MX12/4 MX12/6 MX200-8 MRS1608CD
Mixer Recording Workstation Recording Workstation Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Mixer Recording Workstation
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