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No user serviceable parts inside; refer servicing to qualified personnel. This symbol, wherever it appears, alerts This symbol, wherever it appears, alerts you to the presence of uninsulated Page 5 Page 6: The Manual 1.
Nevertheless it is as well to be clear about what certain terms mean. Page 7: Metering enables much flexibility to be bestowed onto the tape monitor signal path, not least being its ability to pick up functions easily from the main channel. Also, during mixdown, when tape tracks are no longer monitored but MIXED, the signal path between tape input and main channel is kept to a minimum. The configuration is 24 into 8 into When being driven hard, many desks begin to show signs of stress due to power supply limitations.
Page 9: Input Gain Setting Fig. Page Main Equalizer 3. It is best considered in three sections. First off there are two Baxendall shelving frequency controls for treble and bass, at 12 kHz and 80 Hz respectively P4 and P9. Page Routing And Muting Fig.
Otherwise, when the fader is pulled down, the reverb from that channel would still be audible. For CUEing purposes, aux sends will usually be set pre fader, i. Page B-channel Fig. These are designed to give a smooth logarithmic taper of a type more usually associated with the name of some pretty expensive brand Therefore if the B-channel is being used to monitor off-tape, some FX processing e. See section The solution?
Apply more EQ. For a more subtle approach, use the desk insert points word for word. Page 15 Fig. Though the reverb proportion will be low when a signal is present, the resultant reverb tail pumped up by the compressor at the start of each silence will give the illusion that the reverb was massive alt the time.
Page Direct Outputs Fig. Page Aux Returns Fig. These can be thought of as a dozen extra line inputs configured as six stereo pairs. On these inputs there is up to 20 dB of gain available.
Alternatively, a mono center-panned signal may be returned by plugging into the left aux return jack only. Page 18 Fig. Page Mix-b Master a Aux returns 1 and 2 Aux returns 1 and 2 have full subgroup routing matrices to enable returning FX to be sent to tape, plus main mix bus assignment. For live applications try using MIX-B to feed a secondary set of speakers. These could be sidefills, or more spectacularly, the rearward portion of a quadraphonic sound system.
This can offer the added advantage of independent headphones level control for every performer. It is PFLed instead. PFL should be used for gain-setting.
Page Connections The built in mic above the main mix faders allows you to converse with artists remotely. It is possible to route the talkback mic to any of the following: aux 1, aux 2, subgroups, and phones and studio S96 to S Complex headphone or stage monitoring networks could be constructed where HP1, HP2, aux 1 pre , aux 2 pre and one or more subgroups all feed separate monitor mixes.
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