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User Manual
V-TONE
GMX1200H
True Analog Modeling 2 x 60-Watt Stereo Guitar Amplifier Head with 2 Independent Channels,
each Featuring 27 Modeled Sounds, FX Processor, Tuner and MIDI Control
GMX212
True Analog Modeling 2 x 60-Watt Stereo Guitar Amplifier with 2 Independent Channels,
each Featuring 27 Modeled Sounds, FX Processor, Tuner and MIDI Control
GMX210
True Analog Modeling 2 x 30-Watt Stereo Guitar Amp with 2 Independent Channels,
each Featuring 27 Modeled Sounds, FX Processor, Tuner and MIDI Control
GMX112
True Analog Modeling 60-Watt Guitar Workstation with 2 Independent Channels,
each Featuring 27 Modeled Sounds, FX Processor, Tuner and MIDI Control
GMX110
True Analog Modeling 30-Watt Guitar Amp with 2 Channels, 27 Modeled Sounds,
FX Processor, Tuner and MIDI Control
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Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions....................................... 3
Legal Disclaimer.............................................................. 3
Limited Warranty............................................................ 3
1. Introduction................................................................ 5
1.1 The concept........................................................................... 5
1.2 Dynamizer technology and analog modeling.......... 5
1.3 Before you get started....................................................... 5
1.3.1 Shipment.......................................................................... 5
1.3.2 Initial operation.............................................................. 5
1.3.3 Online registration........................................................ 6
2. Control Elements and Connections.......................... 6
2.1 Front panel............................................................................. 6
2.2 Rear panel.............................................................................. 7
3. Applications................................................................ 8
3.1 Practice setup with playback........................................... 8
3.2 Recording setup with an external
effects device................................................................................ 8
3.3 Live setup with a MIDI foot controller......................... 9
3.4 Wiring the GMX1200H....................................................... 9
4. Effects Processor....................................................... 10
4.1 FXT—effects tracking....................................................... 10
4.2 The effects........................................................................... 10
4.3 MIDI control......................................................................... 12
5. Tuner.......................................................................... 13
5.1 Tuning your guitar............................................................. 13
5.2 Setting up the “a” reference tone................................ 13
6. Installation................................................................ 13
6.1 Audio connections............................................................ 13
6.2 Speaker connection.......................................................... 14
6.3 MIDI connection................................................................ 14
7. Appendix................................................................... 14
7.1 MIDI implementation....................................................... 14
7.2 Effect presets....................................................................... 15
8. Specifications............................................................ 16
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Important Safety
Instructions
Terminals marked with this symbol carry
electrical current of sufficient magnitude
to constitute risk of electric shock.
Use only high-quality professional speaker cables with
¼" TS or twist-locking plugs pre-installed. All other
installation or modification should be performed only
by qualified personnel.
This symbol, wherever it appears,
alerts you to the presence of uninsulated
dangerous voltage inside the
enclosure - voltage that may be sufficient to constitute a
risk of shock.
This symbol, wherever it appears,
alerts you to important operating and
maintenance instructions in the
accompanying literature. Please read the manual.
Caution
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
remove the top cover (or the rear section).
No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to
qualified personnel.
Caution
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock,
do not expose this appliance to rain and
moisture. The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping
or splashing liquids and no objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
9. 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 your safety. If the
provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an
electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Use only attachments/accessories specified by
the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the
cart, stand, tripod, bracket,
or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with
the apparatus. When a cart
is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or
when unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power supply cord or plug
is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen
into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed
to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has
been dropped.
15. The apparatus shall be connected to a MAINS socket
outlet with a protective earthing connection.
16. Where the MAINS plug or an appliance coupler is
used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall
remain readily operable.
Caution
These service instructions are for use
by qualified service personnel only.
To reduce the risk of electric shock do not perform any
servicing other than that contained in the operation
instructions. Repairs have to be performed by qualified
service personnel.
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
LEGAL DISCLAIMER
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND APPEARANCES
ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE AND
ACCURACY IS NOT GUARANTEED. BEHRINGER IS
PART OF THE MUSIC GROUP (MUSIC-GROUP.COM).
ALL TRADEMARKS ARE THE PROPERTY OF THEIR
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LIABILITY FOR ANY LOSS WHICH MAY BE SUFFERED
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LIMITED WARRANTY
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(1) This limited warranty is valid only if you purchased
the product from a MUSIC Group Authorized Reseller in
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be found on BEHRINGER’s website behringer.com under
“Where to Buy”, or you can contact the MUSIC Group office
closest to you.
(2) MUSIC Group* warrants the mechanical and
electronic components of this product to be free of defects
in material and workmanship if used under normal
operating conditions for a period of one (1) year from
the original date of purchase (see the Limited Warranty
terms in § 4 below), unless a longer minimum warranty
period is mandated by applicable local laws. If the product
shows any defects within the specified warranty period
and that defect is not excluded under § 4, MUSIC Group
shall, at its discretion, either replace or repair the product
using suitable new or reconditioned product or parts.
In case MUSIC Group decides to replace the entire product,
this limited warranty shall apply to the replacement
product for the remaining initial warranty period, i.e.,
one (1) year (or otherwise applicable minimum warranty
period) from the date of purchase of the original product.
(3) Upon validation of the warranty claim, the repaired
or replacement product will be returned to the user
freight prepaid by MUSIC Group.
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are expressly excluded.
PLEASE RETAIN YOUR SALES RECEIPT. IT IS YOUR PROOF
OF PURCHASE COVERING YOUR LIMITED WARRANTY.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS VOID WITHOUT SUCH PROOF
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Please do remember to register your new BEHRINGER
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Thank you for your cooperation!
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retailer from whom the equipment was purchased.
Should your MUSIC Group Authorized Reseller not be
located in your vicinity, you may contact the MUSIC Group
Authorized Fulfiller for your country listed under
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“Support” at behringer.com. If your country is not
listed, please check if your problem can be dealt with
by our “Online Support” which may also be found under
“Support” at behringer.com. Alternatively, please submit
an online warranty claim at behringer.com BEFORE
returning the product. All inquiries must be accompanied
by a description of the problem and the serial number
of the product. After verifying the product’s warranty
eligibility with the original sales receipt, MUSIC Group
will then issue a Return Materials Authorization
(“RMA”) number.
(2) Subsequently, the product must be returned in
its original shipping carton, together with the return
authorization number to the address indicated by
MUSIC Group.
(3) Shipments without freight prepaid will not
be accepted.
§ 4 Warranty Exclusions
(1) This limited warranty does not cover consumable
parts including, but not limited to, fuses and batteries.
Where applicable, MUSIC Group warrants the valves or
meters contained in the product to be free from defects
in material and workmanship for a period of ninety (90)
days from date of purchase.
(2) This limited warranty does not cover the product
if it has been electronically or mechanically modified
in any way. If the product needs to be modified or
adapted in order to comply with applicable technical
or safety standards on a national or local level, in any
country which is not the country for which the
product was originally developed and manufactured,
this modification/adaptation shall not be considered a
defect in materials or workmanship. This limited warranty
does not cover any such modification/adaptation,
regardless of whether it was carried out properly or not.
Under the terms of this limited warranty, MUSIC Group
shall not be held responsible for any cost resulting from
such a modification/adaptation.
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hardware. It does not cover technical assistance for
hardware or software usage and it does not cover
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the product. Any such software is provided “AS IS”
unless expressly provided for in any enclosed software
limited warranty.
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factory-applied serial number has been altered or
removed from the product.
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are expressly excluded from this limited warranty,
in particular, if caused by improper handling of the
product by the user. This also applies to defects caused
by normal wear and tear, in particular, of faders,
crossfaders, potentiometers, keys/buttons, guitar strings,
illuminants and similar parts.
(6) Damage/defects caused by the following conditions
are not covered by this limited warranty:
• improper handling, neglect or failure to operate the
unit in compliance with the instructions given in
BEHRINGER user or service manuals;
• connection or operation of the unit in any way
that does not comply with the technical or safety
regulations applicable in the country where the
product is used;
• damage/defects caused by acts of God/Nature
(accident, fire, flood, etc) or any other condition that
is beyond the control of MUSIC Group.
(7) Any repair or opening of the unit carried out by
unauthorized personnel (user included) will void the
limited warranty.
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shows that the defect in question is not covered by the
limited warranty, the inspection costs are payable by
the customer.
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expense. MUSIC Group or its authorized service center will
inform the buyer of any such circumstance. If the buyer
fails to submit a written repair order within 6 weeks after
notification, MUSIC Group will return the unit C.O.D. with
a separate invoice for freight and packing. Such costs will
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Online auction confirmations or sales receipts are not
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not repair or replace any product purchased through an
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§ 5 Warranty transferability
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original buyer (customer of authorized reseller) and is
not transferable to anyone who may subsequently
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shall be entitled to give any warranty promise on behalf
of MUSIC Group.
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local laws, MUSIC Group shall have no liability to the buyer
under this warranty for any consequential or indirect
loss or damage of any kind. In no event shall the liability
of MUSIC Group under this limited warranty exceed the
invoiced value of the product.
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warranty between you and MUSIC Group. It supersedes
all other written or oral communications related to this
product. MUSIC Group provides no other warranties for
this product.
§ 8 Other warranty rights and
national law
(1) This limited warranty does not exclude or limit the
buyer’s statutory rights as a consumer in any way.
(2) The limited warranty regulations mentioned herein
are applicable unless they constitute an infringement of
applicable mandatory local laws.
(3) This warranty does not detract from the seller’s
obligations in regard to any lack of conformity of the
product and any hidden defect.
§ 9 Amendment
Warranty service conditions are subject to change without
notice. For the latest warranty terms and conditions
and additional information regarding MUSIC Group’s
limited warranty, please see complete details online at
behringer.com.
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including all MUSIC Group companies
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V-TONE GMX1200H/GMX212/GMX210/GMX112/GMX110 User Manual
1. Introduction
Thank you for the trust that you have placed in us by buying your V-TONE.
You have gotten your hands on a latest-generation guitar amp that sets
completely new standards when it comes to analog modeling.
Our primary goal during development was to simulate the typical sounds of
analog guitar amps, and at the same time give you a powerful sound tool
that you can use flexibly. In doing so, we constantly strove to create a piece of
equipment that is intuitive and easy to use.
The demands placed on a guitar amp are nowadays very broad. A guitarist should
offer a wide array of sounds, but at the same time be able to quickly adapt to
specific requirements of various applications—be it home recording, studio,
live perfor-mances, etc. That’s why it is very important to us to be able to offer
you a maximal sound diversity as well as diverse connection possibilities with our
V-TONE. Fret not: you will quickly master the V-TONE and will be able to quickly
learn how to use all of its capabilities easily and intuitively.
With its up-to-date circuitry, its digital signal processor (DSP) and its integrated
tuner, the V-TONE features the functionality and dependability of a truly modern
guitar amp. Yet it is user-friendly and problem-free as if it were a classic tube
combo. We highly recommend taking your time to truly learn all of the V-TONE’s
functions so you can reach its maximum potential.
1.1 The concept
The BEHRINGER company philosophy guarantees a perfectly thought-out circuitry
concept, with components that were selected without cutting any corners.
The operational amplifiers that BEHRINGER uses in the V-TONE are some of the
most noise-free operational amps around, and are characterized by extreme
linearity and low distortion. They are complemented by low-tolerance resistors
and capacitors, high-value potentiometers and switches as well as additional
select components.
The robust housing of your V-TONE, with its oversize power supply, gives you the
peace of mind that the V-TONE will hold its own even under the most demanding
stage conditions. The housing is made of high-grade, environment-friendly MDF
wood consisting of multiply impregnated layers.
1.3 Before you get started
1.3.1 Shipment
The V-TONE was carefully packed at the assembly plant to ensure
secure transport.
If the cardboard box is damaged, please inspect the V-Tone equipment
immediately for physical damage.
◊ Damaged equipment should NEVER be sent directly to us.
Please inform the dealer from whom you acquired it immediately as
well as the transportation company from which you took delivery.
Otherwise, all claims for replacement/repair may be rendered invalid.
◊ If the unit needs to be shipped, please always use the original
packaging to avoid damage.
◊ Never let unsupervised children play with the V-TONE or with
its packaging.
◊ Please dispose of all packaging materials in an environmentally-
friendly fashion.
1.3.2 Initial operation
Please make sure that your V-TONE is provided with sufficient ventilation,
and never place it on other amplifiers or in the vicinity of a heater to avoid the
risk of overheating.
◊ Before plugging your V-TONE into a power socket, please make sure you
have selected the correct voltage:
The fuse retainer near the power cord connector has three triangular markings.
Two of these triangles point in opposite directions. Your V-TONE is set up for the
voltage indicated near these markings, and can be altered by turning the fuse
mount by 180 degrees. ATTENTION: This does not apply to export models
built for 120 V, for example!
◊ If you use your V-TONE unit with a different voltage, you must change
the fuses accordingly. The correct value of the fuses needed can be
found in the section “Specifications”.
1.2 Dynamizer technology and
analog modeling
◊ Faulty fuses must be replaced with fuses of appropriate rating,
When an electric instrument is amplified, that’s where you either make it or
break it. Unlike the signals that have been mixed and mastered, the signals of
electric instruments have extremely high signal peaks, placing the dynamic
range of the amp’s circuitry under immense strain. How your amp reacts to these
signal peaks is one of its most defining characteristics.
Power is delivered via the cable that was delivered with the V-TONE.
All mandatory safety precautions have been adhered to.
That’s why we’ve equipped all V-TONE Series amps with our unique Dynamizer
preamplifier circuitry. It guarantees a lively sound with a lot of punch, even when
the amp is pushed to its limits. Combine that with our V-TONE analog modeling,
and not only do you have amazingly authentic tube sounds at your fingertips,
you also get the dynamic performance typical of the respective amp type.
Crystal-clear guitar tones come through with transparency, warmth and the
compression typical of tube amps. Even as distortion increases, the sound
remains lively and full of power, without losing any of its assertiveness.
All along, you have full control over the volume. Plainly talking, you can take
the same sound you are used to at your practice room and replicate it in your
bedroom at much more reasonable volume levels, or you can even record
yourself while playing.
◊ This user’s manual will allow you to familiarize yourself with the
control elements of your new V-Tone and learn all of its functions.
After reading this manual, store it where you can easily find it for
future reference.
without exception! The correct value of the fuses needed can be
found in the section “Specifications”.
◊ Please make sure that all of your equipment is grounded at all times.
For your own protection, you should never tamper with the grounding
of the cable or the unit itself. The unit shall always be connected to a
mains socket outlet with a protective earthing connection.
MIDI connection is established using a standard DIN connector. Data transfer
occurs via isolated opto-couplers. Additional information can be found in
section 6 “Installation”.
IMPORTANT NOTES CONCERNING INSTALLATION
◊ The sound quality may diminish within the range of powerful
broadcasting stations and high-frequency sources. Increase the
distance between the transmitter and the device and use shielded
cables for all connections.
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1.3.3 Online registration
Please register your new BEHRINGER equipment right after your purchase
by visiting http://behringer.com and read the terms and conditions of our
warranty carefully.
Should your BEHRINGER product malfunction, it is our intention to have it
repaired as quickly as possible. To arrange for warranty service, please contact
the BEHRINGER retailer from whom the equipment was purchased. Should your
BEHRINGER dealer not be located in your vicinity, you may directly contact
one of our subsidiaries. Corresponding contact information is included in the
original equipment packaging (Global Contact Information/European Contact
Information). Should your country not be listed, please contact the distributor
nearest you. A list of distributors can be found in the support area of our website
(http://behringer.com).
Registering your purchase and equipment with us helps us process your repair
claims more quickly and efficiently.
Thank you for your cooperation!
2. Control Elements
and Connections
Control elements of your V-TONE guitar amp are described in this section.
All controls and connections are explained in detail, and we give you useful tips
on how to use them. An illustration of control elements with corresponding
numbering can be found on the separately included supplementary sheet.
(7) Use the MODE switch to choose one of three possible gain settings
(CLEAN, HI GAIN and HOT) you wish to use with the basic sound you selected
with the AMP switch.
(8) The SPEAKER switch offers the simulations of two classic guitar speakers:
4 x 12“ speaker in an enclosed casing (U.K.) and 2 x 12“ speaker in an open
casing (US). Additionally, we have included a frequency response correction
(FLAT), specially modified to go with V-TONE’s cabinet.
(9) The LOW control on the EQ section lets you cut or boost the bass frequencies.
(10) Use the MID control to cut or boost the mids.
(11) The HIGH control regulates the upper frequency range.
(12) If the tuner is activated, these LEDs (in connection with the FX display)
indicate your guitar’s tune. Activate the tuner by keeping the CHANNEL
pressed for roughly 2 seconds.
(13) The FX DISPLAY indicates either the program number of the preset you
selected or the value of the parameter dialed up using the FX control.
(14) Use the PRESET control to dial up one of the effect presets (between 01
and 99). The preset you dialed up is loaded when you make no further
changes for about one second after dialing up that preset.
(15) Use the IN/OUT key to activate/deactivate the selected effect. When the
effect is activated, the LED located above the switch lights up. You can save
your own effect settings by keeping this key pressed for about 2 seconds
(also see section 4). The effect can also be activated/deactivated using the
provided footswitch.
Because models GMX112, GMX210, GMX212 and GMX1200H each feature two
identical MODELING CHANNELS, control elements (4) through (11) will only be
described once in the following section.
◊ If the MIDI function is deactivated (see ch. 4.2), FX tracking
2.1 Front panel
(16) The FX control adjusts the mix ratio between the original and the
effect signal.
(1) The connector labeled INPUT is the 1/4“ jack input of your V-TONE. Use it
to connect your guitar. Use a commercially available 1/4“ jack mono cable
(no DIY, ask your specialized dealer) with good mechanical and electrical
shielding to avoid unpleasant surprises during rehearsals or concerts.
(2) On the GMX110, the CLEAN control modifies the volume of the
CLEAN channel in relation to the MODELING CHANNEL.
(3) Use the CHANNEL key to alternate between the two modeling channels
(except for the GMX110). The channel LED (5) lights up when the channel is
activated. On the GMX110, the CHANNEL key switches between CLEAN and
MODELING CHANNEL. CLEAN CHANNEL is active when the channel LED (5)
is not lit up. With all models you can also switch between channels using
the provided footswitch. A long hit (approx. 2 seconds) on the CHANNEL key
activates the guitar tuner.
(4) The DRIVE control determines the amount of distortion in the respective
MODELING CHANNEL. Using this, you can ideally adjust the V-TONE pre-amp
to the output level of your guitar pick-up to achieve the desired amount
of distortion (depending on the amp, mode and speaker combination
you selected).
(5) The CHANNEL LED indicates the currently selected channel.
(6) Use the AMP switch to select one of the three guitar amps that orient
themselves on classic tube amps. You will surely recognize these classic
amp sounds as soon as you hear them. If you select TWEED, expect crystalclear, transparent sounds with dynamic bass. You get aggressive mids and
pressure-rich, inescapable assertiveness and endurance when you select
BRITISH. Rounder and more evened-out (yet still sophisticated) sounds can
be dialed up if you select CALIF.(ORNIAN); perfect for lead sounds!
is active, i.e. a separate effect can be selected for each of the channels
of your V-TONE. FXT is explained in detail in section 4.1.
(17) The LEVEL control adjusts the volume of the respective channel.
Adjust LEVEL to achieve the desired volume balance between both channels.
◊ The GMX110 features no such control. However, use ( 2 ) to control the
volume of the CLEAN channel in respect to the MODELING channel;
use MASTER (19) to control the overall volume.
◊ The GMX112 and GMX210 feature the LEVEL control only on
MODELING CHANNEL 1. It controls the volume of the channel in
respect to the second channel.
(18) The PRESENCE control gives you an additional way to cut or boost the highs
(GMX212 and GMX1200H).
(19) The MASTER control regulates the overall volume as well as
headphone volume.
(20) The POWER switch powers up your V-TONE. The POWER switch should
always be in the “Off” position before you connect the V-TONE to the main
power source.
◊ Please note: The POWER switch does not fully disconnect the unit from
the mains power cord plug or extention cord. To disconnect the unit
from the main power source, pull out the main cord plug or appliance
coupler. When installing the product, ensure the plug or appliance
coupler is readily operable. Unplug the power cord when the unit is not
used for prolonged periods of time.
◊ GMX110’s POWER switch is located on the rear.
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(22) MIDI IN. This connector lets you remotely control your V-TONE via MIDI.
You can activate/deactivate effects or switch between channels. You can use
effect bypass via program changes and parameter edits as well as edit the
presets via controllers (also see sections 6.3 and 7.1).
(30) The AUX IN lets you feed an additional stereo signal into the amp. This way,
you can play to a backing track that supports you on-stage but should not
be audible via the LINE outputs connecting the GMX210/GMX212 to the
P.A. system. Additionally, you can use AUX IN together with the INSERT SEND
as a parallel insert loop. To do that, connect the INSERT SEND to the input of
your effects device; connect the AUX IN (TAPE IN on the GMX110 and GMX112)
to the output of your effects unit (the INSERT RETURN connector should not
be in use!). This way, the signal flow in your V-TONE is not interrupted. With
the AUX IN control, you can determine the extent to which the external
effects unit alters the original signal. Keep in mind that the effects unit
should be set up to 100% effects signal (100% “wet”).
(23) You can connect two external loudspeakers (L/R) to the LOUDSPEAKER
connectors (GMX212 and GMX1200H). The outputs deliver 60 W into
8 W per channel. For optimum performance, please only connect
loudspeakers with a minimum impedance of 8 W each (see also section
6.2). When these connectors are used the internal loudspeakers are
automatically disconnected.
(31) Your V-TONE features a serial insert loop that can be used to connect
external effects (e. g. a wah-wah pedal). Connect the SEND connector on the
V-TONE to the input of your effects unit. The SEND connector is tapped into
directly before (i.e. pre) the digital signal processor (DSP) of your V-TONE.
Connect the output of your external effects unit to the RETURN connector
of your V-TONE.
◊ The GMX210 features no external loudspeaker connectors.
◊ You can use the INSERT SEND as a parallel output without the effects.
(21) Connect the stereo jack connector of the provided footswitch to the
FOOTSWITCH connector. The footswitch has several functions: it lets you
switch between two channels, and it also lets you activate/deactivate an
effect. Additionally, the tuner can also be activated using the footswitch.
To do that, keep the CHANNEL key pressed for about 2 seconds.
The loudspeaker connector on the GMX110 and GMX112 is described
under (32) .
(24) The PHONES connector lets you monitor the signal from your V-TONE with
standard headphones. The BEHRINGER HP series is well suited for this,
for example. When the PHONES connector is used, the internal loudspeakers
and speaker outputs are disconnected.
(25) Those signals that are connected to the SLAVE IN connectors are directly
routed to the V-TONE’s power amp. This way, you can connect an external
guitar preamp or modeling amp (e. g. V-AMP 2 or V-AMP PRO) without using
the internal preamp on your V-TONE.
◊ The GMX110 and GMX112 feature no SLAVE IN connectors.
(26) You can take the stereo signal of your V-TONE at the TAPE outputs (RCA) and
record it, for example.
(27) The TAPE inputs (RCA) let you feed an additional stereo signal into your
V-TONE. You can play along to the beat of a drum computer or play to music
from a CD or MD player.
(28) You can take the stereo signal of your V-TONE at the LINE outputs to record
it or route it to a P.A. system. This output is independent from the MASTER
control and does not render the AUX signal. Additionally, its frequency
response is corrected (speaker simulation).
◊ The GMX110 and GMX112 feature no LINE outputs.
(29) Use the AUX IN control to adjust the volume of the signal that is fed in via
the AUX IN connectors (e. g. drum computer, playback).
◊ On the GMX110 and GMX112, this control is called TAPE INPUT.
It regulates the volume of the signal fed in at the TAPE IN connectors.
This is useful, for example, when you want to record a dry guitar signal.
As long as the RETURN connector has nothing plugged into it, the signal
will not be interrupted internally.
(32) Use the SPEAKER OUT connector to connect one additional loudspeaker
to your GMX110/GMX112. This loudspeaker should have an impedance of
4 Ω. When this connector is used, the internal loudspeaker is automatically
muted. Additional information about connecting an external loudspeaker
can be found in section 6.2.
(33) FUSE RETAINER/VOLTAGE SELECTOR. Please make sure that the voltage
indicated by the voltage selector matches the local voltage before you
connect the unit to the main power supply. Always replace blown fuses
with fuses of the same type and rating. Some units feature a fuse retainer
in which a selection between 230 V and 120 V is possible. Please be aware:
When using your unit outside of Europe with 120 V, a fuse with a higher
rating is required.
(34) Power is supplied via an IEC connector. The matching cable is provided with
the unit.
(35) SERIAL NUMBER.
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3. Applications
The V-TONE features many different connectors, allowing you to adapt to all
kinds of application challenges. We have listed just a few examples to show the
flexibility your V-TONE.
3.1 Practice setup with playback
3.2 Recording setup with an external
effects device
DSP2024P
FX In
FX Out
Footswitch
Footswitch
Insert Send
Insert Return/
Aux In
HPS3000
Drum Computer
HPS3000
Aux/Tape In
CD Player
Line Out
BEHRINGER
V-TONE GMX110
BEHRINGER
V-TONE GMX210
Multi-track Recorder
Electric Guitar
Fig. 3.2: Recording setup
Electric Guitar
Fig. 3.1: Standard setup
To use your V-TONE in practice rooms, or to jam at home, connect your V-TONE
as illustrated in figure 3.1. Connect a CD player or a drum computer to the
TAPE input. You can control the volume of the connected signal by using the
TAPE INPUT control (on the GMX210, GMX212 and the GMX1200H, the AUX
control adjusts the signal connected to the AUX IN). If you want (or have to!)
to practice using headphones, connect your headphones to the PHONES
connector on your V-TONE. The loudspeaker is automatically muted. Connect the
provided dual footswitch to the footswitch connector on the V-TONE. Use the
CHANNEL footswitch to switch between the channels. If
is active
(see section 4.1), the effects selected for both channels are loaded. Use the
IN/OUT footswitch to activate/deactivate the effect. Keeping CHANNEL depressed
for about 2 seconds activates the internal tuner.
If you want to use your V-TONE in home recording or studio situations, we suggest
wiring your equipment as illustrated in figure 3.2. Of course, you can continue
using a CD player or a drum computer. However, for clarity’s sake we’ve omitted
those two in this illustration. Connect the input of your effects unit to the
INSERT SEND connector of the V-TONE; connect the output on your effects unit
to the INSERT RETURN connector on the V-TONE.
If you wish to record the guitar signal together with the stereo effects,
connect the LINE outputs to your mixer, audio sequencer or a multi-track
recorder. To record the dry guitar signal without the internal effects, it is best
to use the INSERT SEND connector on the V-TONE. You can also use both outputs
at the same time to for example record the dry signal without permanently
committing to a single effect. At the same time, the LINE output (with the effect
signal) lets you listen to yourself while recording.
Of course, you can insert a Wah pedal or some other stomp box instead of an
external 19” effects unit. To achieve a parallel stereo insert, you can connect the
effect return to the AUX input, and then use the AUX IN control to determine the
extent to which the effect is present. In this case, the effects unit should be set
up to 100% effect signal, and the INSERT RETURN connector should have nothing
plugged into it.
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If you want to use another guitar preamp, or a modeling amp (e. g. the V-AMP 2
or the V-AMP PRO), connect it to the SLAVE IN connectors (except for the GMX110
and GMX112). The V-TONE now operates only as a power amp, with its preamp
section inactive.
3.3 Live setup with a MIDI foot controller
BEHRINGER
ULTRASTACK BG412V
Sound
Reinforcement
System
In this illustration, we’ve omitted the headphones and the additional equipment
from figure 3.1; this illustration serves as an expansion of the standard setup.
You can use the MIDI foot controller to control channel and effects changes,
volume, Wah and so on. (Additional information about MIDI can be found in
section 4.3). The LINE OUT signal with the speaker simulation can be fed into
your mixer or your P.A. system’s stagebox.
External guitar loudspeakers can be connected to the loud-speaker outputs of the
GMX212 in order to get more punch and higher volume on the stage. You can do
this in two ways: use two separate loudspeakers for stereo applications, or use a
single stereo box (e.g. the BEHRINGER ULTRASTACK BG412V).
Instead of loudspeaker outputs, the GMX110 and GMX112 feature single
SPEAKER OUT connectors ( (32) ) used for connecting an external loudspeaker.
3.4 Wiring the GMX1200H
Loudspeaker
Output Left
Loudspeaker
Output Right
Line Out
The GMX1200H head features two LOUDSPEAKER outputs (EXT LEFT and
EXT RIGHT) that can be used to connect one or two external loudspeakers.
To get the most power from the GMX1200H, both loudspeaker outputs should
be used and connected to speakers with minimum 8 Ohms impedance.
Loudspeaker outputs are automatically muted as soon as you activate the tuner
or connect a set of headphones (see section 5.1). To assure optimal and safe use
of your amplifier, please also read section 6.2.
When the GMX1200H is used with a single BEHRINGER ULTRASTACK BG412V,
the rear panel switch of the BG412V must be in the stereo position and the two
outputs should be connected as shown in fig. 3.4.
Input
When using two speaker cabinets to form a classic full-stack please make sure the
impedance of each speaker cabinet is between 8 to 16 Ohms (see fig. 3.5).
BEHRINGER V-TONE GMX1200H
BEHRINGER
V-TONE GMX212
Loudspeaker
Output Left
MIDI In
MIDI Out
FCB1010
BEHRINGER ULTRASTACK BG412V
Rear panel
Fig. 3.4: GMX1200H with an ULTRASTACK BG412V in stereo mode
Electric Guitar
Fig. 3.3: Setup with a MIDI foot controller and an external loudspeaker
Loudspeaker
Output Right
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Loudspeaker
Output Left
The multi-effects processor works basically in stereo, whereby only the TAPE and
PHONES outputs are influenced in the case of the GMX110/GMX112. Both signals
(left and right) are added up for the speaker and the mono power amp of the
GMX110/GMX112. However, you can still use stereo effects for recording purposes
by utilizing the TAPE OUT or by playing with a second amp in stereo. The GMX210
and GMX212 can produce the effects in stereo because they have two built-in
speakers. Stereo reproduction is also possible with the GMX1200H when the
speakers are connected to it in stereo.
• Turn the PRESET control to dial up an effect preset. While the preset is
loading up, the new program number blinks in the display. The preset you
dialed up is active shortly thereafter. This new preset is shown in the display.
• Use the FX control to edit the effect. Effect mix is shown in the display.
After 3 seconds, the display shows the preset number again. The decimal
point in the 2-digit display blinks each time you make a change.
Loudspeaker
Output Right
• To store an edit, keep the IN/OUT key pressed for about 2 seconds.
This overwrites the previous settings.
• To restore factory presets (reset function), keep IN/OUT pressed while
powering up the V-TONE.
4.1 FXT—effects tracking
FXT is an extremely useful function that lets you assign a specific effect to each
channel of the V-TONE, and then activate these effects when you switch between
the channels.
Speaker cabinets are 8 to 16 Ω each
Fig. 3.5: GMX1200H with two speaker cabinets
4. Effects Processor
Effects are the icing on the cake when it comes to creative sound designs. On the
one hand, direct recordings (i.e. recordings without a microphone, which is
possible with the V-TONE) are all about placing the guitar sound in an artificially
created space since no natural ambience is possible. On the other, effects such
as delay, chorus, flanger and tremolo are an integral part of the modern guitar
sound. For this reason, we’ve equipped the V-TONE with an effects processor that
lets you create a professional-grade sound that you are used to hearing on your
favorite recordings. This way, you are one giant step closer to emulating your fave
sounds without having to schlep a rackfull of effects everywhere you go.
The integrated multi-effects processor offers the same audio quality found in
our 19" effects unit VIRTUALIZER PRO, known for being used in studios. You get
31 different groups of first-class effects at your disposal, for example reverb,
chorus, flanger, delay, pitch shifter, compressor, expander, Wah variations,
various combination effects and even tube and speaker simulations. All in
all, there are 99 presets you can use, offering you a wide variety of differentsounding effects. You can edit one parameter on each preset directly on the
V-TONE and three parameters via MIDI. Additionally, the multi-effects processor
lets you mix and match different effects with different speakers, depending on
each preset. Presets can be overwritten with your own creations.
This way, you can for example assign a DELAY effect to the MODELING CHANNEL 1,
and assign a REVERB/CHORUS combination effect to the MODELING CHANNEL 2.
A single tap on the CHANNEL key or the footswitch lets you switch between the
channels, and the V-TONE automatically loads up the correct effect.
When MIDI is active, the above no longer applies. You can switch between the
channels and the effects independently from one another. How MIDI is activated
is described in ch. 4.3.
4.2 The effects
0 Reverb: Reverb is still the most important effect for mixing or live
performance. That’s why we at BEHRINGER make a point of giving you as many
as nine different reverb programs so that you can use the most suitable reverb
program for any situation. The Reverb effect 0 uses a medium pre-delay.
01-02 Spring Reverb: Even on a guitar amp with digital multi-effects,
you should still be able to use a classic spring reverb. This effect simulates
the typical sound of the spring reverb known from countless guitar amps,
and without having the negative effect of producing rattling noises when the
amp vibrates.
03-04 Studio: This effect simulates the characteristics of midsize rooms.
This spatial simulation sounds very natural and can be used in various setups.
05-06 Chamber: You really get the feeling you’re dealing with some serious
walls. This effect is ideal for creating reverb that doesn’t come through as a clear
effect, and a dry guitar sound gets some natural feeling instilled into it.
07-08 Stage: Very nice reverb, great for widening and freshening up the sound
of a clean-sounding guitar.
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09-10 Concert: Here, you can choose between a small theater (preset 9) and a
big concert hall (preset 10). Compared to Studio Reverb, this reverb is livelier and
has richer highs.
11-12 Plate: The sound of the classic plates. A true classic, it gives your guitar
sound a nice, pleasant note.
Reverbs 01 to 12 are all available in two versions. The first one basically uses a
short pre-delay (a delay until the reverb tail starts). The second variation always
uses a long pre-delay.
13-14 Early Reflections: The resonance of a room is comprised out of the
so-called “early reflections” and a reverb tail. This effect concentrates itself
on the simulation of the first 15 early reflections. Since human hearing uses
these reflections to size up a room, you can create very subtle density without
alienating the signal with long reverb tails. This effect is particularly noticeable
when you use headphones.
15-16 Ambience: Ambience can create the vastness of large rooms without
letting the sound “perish” due to a long reverb tail. This effect is particularly well
suited for lending more assertiveness to solo instruments and voices.
17-20 Delay/Reverb: First, an ordinary delay is created. Then, the signal goes
through a reverb with an editable mix ratio.
21-29 Delay (stereo): “Delay” refers to the delay in the input signal, with one
or more repetitions of the signal (feedback). With stereo delay, the delay times in
the left and the right channel are not the same length (in order to create a stereo
effect). The delay time in the left channel amounts to two-thirds of the delay
time value in the right channel.
30-33 Phaser: Technically speaking, a phaser is a modulation effect in which
multiple phase shifting takes place. Signal attenuation or amplification of the
signal happens through the modulation of the frequency-dependent phase shift
via an LFO (Low Frequency Oscillator). Depending on the preset, the phaser can
be used either to lightly modulate or to totally alienate the signal. The sound
reminds of a constantly modulating filter.
34-37 Chorus: Let’s picture a string quartet in which each musician plays the
exact same sheet music. However, it is only natural that musicians can never
be 100% in tune. This way, signals that are perpetually out of tune are created,
and they are furthermore temporally superimposed. To recreate this effect,
copies of the original signal are delayed in chorus for 20 - 40 ms, are tuned out
slightly and then modulated through the LFO. This creates a pleasant-sounding
floating effect. We’ll refrain for making any recommendations because this effect
is used so often and in so many different ways. Any recommendation about when
to use it would undoubtedly leave out too many other possible uses.
38-42 Chorus/Reverb: First, the signal goes through a chorus effect with
varying intensity, and then it goes through a reverb. Adjustable parameter:
chorus mix.
43-47 Chorus/Delay: The signal first goes through a chorus effect with varying
intensity, and then it goes through a delay effect with varying feedback and
delay time values.
48-51 Flanger: Using an LFO, the pitch of the effect signal is somewhat
modulated in constant tempo, and is then brought back to the input signal.
This effect goes hand in hand with the sound of a distorted guitar.
52-56 Flanger/Reverb: The signal first goes through a flanger with varying
intensity, and then it goes through a reverb.
57-61 Flanger/Delay: The signal is first passed through a flanger with varying
intensity, and then it goes through a delay effect.
62-63 Tremolo/Reverb: The tremolo effect refers to more or less rapid and
intensive variations in the volume.
64-66 Tremolo/Delay: A more or less rapid and intensive variation of the
volume that is also coupled to a delay effect.
67-68 Rotary Speaker: A simulation of a classic organ effect that is normally
achieved with a terribly heavy casing and slowly or quickly rotating speakers.
The physical principle of the Doppler effect is used to modulate the signal.
69-70 Rotary Drive: An absolutely “in” effect that’s combined with a delay.
And, as whip cream on top, this effect gets an LFO-controlled notch filter.
The delay mix ratio is adjustable. This effect is excellent for solo sounds due to
its high volume.
71-74 Auto Wah: Depending on the attack time, the Auto Wah effect lets
the lower frequencies pass through and more or less suppresses the highs.
The sensitivity value of the filter can be adjusted via the FX MIX control. If you
primarily play low-end sounds, dial up a lower value. The higher the frequency of
the sound you create, the higher the FX MIX value should be.
75-81 Pitch Shifter: This effect modifies the pitch of the input signal.
Musical intervals and harmonics are created, and the propagation of a single
voice can be adjusted. You can create signals that are majorly out of tune
(e.g. signals shifted upward by several half-tones), such as the strange-sounding
voices often used in cartoons. There are several default intervals already built
into the presets.
82-85 Pitch Shifter/Reverb: The signal first goes through a pitch shifter with
various transpositions in half-tone increments (or smaller). A reverb follows.
Adjustable parameter: pitch shifter mix.
86-89 PitchShifter/Delay: The signal first goes through the pitch shifter with
various intervals, and then it’s run through a delay effect. Use FX MIX to adjust
the pitch shifter mix parameter.
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90-91 Compressor: A signal’s dynamic characteristics are often limited to
assure its integration into the overall mix. This can be done by using a compressor
or a limiter. A limiter confines the signal to the values above or below a
previously determined threshold value rather abruptly, whereas the compressor
does basically the same, but the threshold area is rather “softly” delineated,
so program intervention is not so suddenly felt. Use the FX MIX control to
determine the sensitivity for the compressor. This effect prolongs the sustain of
your guitar, or you can also for example make the strumming on a funky-style
guitar more audible (chicken scratch).
92-93 Expander: Background noise of all kinds (hissing, hum, etc.) limit the
dynamic range of the desired signal. As long as the main signal’s level is
considerably higher than the noise floor, background noise is inaudible; the main
signal basically masks the underlying noise signal. You can use the expander to
effectively broaden the dynamic range of a signal. The signal is weakened when
the amplitudes are smaller, whereby background noise is lowered. The FX MIX
control determines the expander’s threshold.
94-99 Guitar Combo: This effect simulates the sound characteristics of a small
guitar combo, simulating not only two tube stages, but also the cabinet and the
speaker. Use the FX MIX control to adjust the mix of direct and combo signals.
4.3 MIDI control
Thanks to its built-in MIDI interface, you can integrate your V-TONE into any MIDI
setup. The V-TONE is capable of receiving both program change and MIDI controller
information. So, you can change programs via MIDI using a MIDI foot controller or
a computer-based sequencing software, and you can also control individual effect
parameters and edit your own effects. Our MIDI foot controller FCB1010 gives you
precisely these options, and is a perfect match for all BEHRINGER guitar amps.
This is how you activate the MIDI functions:
• Connect the MIDI IN connector of your V-TONE to the MIDI OUT jack of a MIDI
foot controller (see fig. 3.3).
• Keep CHANNEL and IN/OUT keys simultaneously depressed for 2 seconds.
• Use the PRESET control to select a MIDI channel (1 through 16, “ON” =
Omni mode, “OF” = off). When the display no longer blinks, the selected
MIDI channel is activated. Omni mode means that your V-TONE receives and
processes relevant MIDI information on all channels. Of course, you should
select the same channel both on your MIDI foot controller and the V-TONE
(see your MIDI foot controller user’s manual). The left decimal point on the
display jitters when MIDI data is received on the V-TONE, giving you visual
confirmation about the information currently being received.
◊ Once you activate MIDI, FX tracking is no longer active, i.e. there is
no assignment between an effect number and a channel. This means
that when you switch a channel, the previously set effect is not
automatically loaded up. As this assignment feature would probably
cause confusion when controlling the V-TONE via a MIDI foot controller,
it makes sense only when it is controlled from the enclosed footswitch
or directly from the V-TONE. To operate your V-TONE without MIDI
remote control, please disable the MIDI function (display reads “OF”).
You can control different functions of your V-TONE using MIDI. To this end,
the V-TONE receives MIDI instructions (so-called messages). The messages that
need to be sent to your V-TONE have to be created either on a MIDI foot controller
or on a MIDI sequencer. Basically, these are Program Change Messages and
Controller Messages:
Program Changes: You can dial up presets using MIDI program changes.
Since program changes start at 0 and go up to 127, program change
0 corresponds to preset 0, program change 1 to preset 1, and so on
(compare table 7.1 in the appendix). After the switch is done, the preset is
directly active, i.e. independent from a possibly set bypass.
Effect parameters: Three parameters of the effects processor can be adjusted
in real time. This way, you can create your own effects, modify existing effects
to your specific needs (e.g. adapt the delay time to the tact of your song)
or remotely control using a MIDI foot controller.
Select a controller number for the footswitch on your MIDI foot controller.
Use control numbers 12, 13 or 14. Using the footswitch on your MIDI foot
controller, you can now modify the values of the three adjustable parameters in
real time or directly enter their values. Which three parameters for the respective
effect can be edited is shown in the following table:
Effect
Preset
No.
Parameter 3
CC 12
Parameter 2
CC 13
Parameter 1
CC14
REVERB
0 - 16
—
Reverb
Time
Mix
17 - 20
Delay Time*
Delay Mix
21 - 29
30 - 33
34 - 37
Delay Time*
LFO Speed*
LFO Speed*
38 - 42
Reverb Time
Feedback
Feedback
Depth
Reverb
Mix
43 - 47
Delay Time*
Delay Mix
48 - 51
LFO Speed*
52 - 56
Reverb Time
Resonance
Reverb
Mix
57 - 61
Delay Time*
Delay Mix
Depth
62, 63
LFO Speed*
Reverb
Mix
64 - 66
LFO Speed*
Delay Mix
Tremolo
Mix
Tremolo
Mix
67, 68
LFO Speed*
Reverb
Mix
Depth
69, 70
LFO Speed*
Delay Mix
Depth
71, 72
Reverb Mix
Depth
Sensitivity
73, 74
Delay Mix
Depth
Sensitivity
75 - 81
—
—
Pitch Mix
82 - 85
Reverb Time
Reverb
Mix
Pitch Mix
PITCH
SHIFTER/
DELAY
86 - 89
Delay Time*
Delay Mix
Pitch Mix
COMPRESSOR
90, 91
Delay Time/
Rev Time²
Delay Mix/
Rev Mix²
Sensitivity
EXPANDER
92, 93
Rev Time/
Delay Time²
Rev Mix/
Delay Mix²
Threshold
GUITAR
COMBO
94 - 99
Delay Time*/
Rev Time²
Delay Mix/
Rev Mix²
Drive
DELAY/
REVERB
DELAY
PHASER
CHORUS
CHORUS/
REVERB
CHORUS/
DELAY
FLANGER
FLANGER/
REVERB
FLANGER/
DELAY
TREMOLO/
REVERB
TREMOLO/
DELAY
ROTARY
SPEAKER
ROTARY
DRIVE
AUTO WAH
REVERB
AUTO WAH
DELAY
PITCH
SHIFTER
PITCH
SHIFTER/
REVERB
*)
Tap tempo: MIDI Control No. 64
depends on Variation
2)
Table 4.1: MIDI-controllable effect parameters
Reverb
Mix
Mix
Depth
Mix
Chorus
Mix
Chorus
Mix
Depth
Depth
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Channel switching: Changing modeling CHANNELS is done via controller #10.
If you send value 0 via this controller, then channel 1 is active. Sending value 1
activates channel change to channel 2. Program change instructions can also
be used to change channels. Program change #123 activates channels 1 and
program change #124 activates channel 2 of your V-TONE.
In addition to switching channels, you can also deactivate the effect. To this end,
send value 0 via controller #11. Value 1 activates the effect again.
Sending program change #127 activates the tuner. As soon as another program
change number is sent, the tuner is automatically deactivated.
You determine the input volume of the effect module by using MIDI controller
#7. This lets you adjust the volume of your V-TONE to your own requirements.
Since this controller does not control master volume, you should first adjust
the maximum volume you need by using the master volume control, and then
use MIDI controller #7 to lower the volume. This function is also called
“volume controller”.
The operating range of the Wah effect is adjusted using MIDI controller #27.
Furthermore, if you’re using LFO-controlled modulation effects, you can
deactivate LFO and implement modulation via MIDI controller #27. To activate
this MIDI controller, you should first set up the LFO velocity either directly on your
V-TONE or set the respective MIDI controller to value 0.
Of course, you can use a MIDI sequencer or a computer-based MIDI editor for
MIDI remote control, particularly in the home recording environment.
5. Tuner
• The integrated tuner is activated by pressing the CHANNEL key for about
2 seconds (directly on the amp or on the footswitch).
5.1 Tuning your guitar
The chromatic tuner automatically recognizes the frequencies of guitar notes.
For A string, this means a frequency of 110 Hz. When you connect your guitar to
the V-TONE and strum a string, the tuner tries to recognize the tone and shows
it in the display. Because the tuner functions chromatically, it can also recognize
semitones. These are shown in the display with a “b” accompanying the value.
Nowadays, orchestras set the “a” with 444 Hz, and the Berlin Philharmonic
Orchestra wishes to stay ahead: their “chamber tone a” lies at a full 447 Hz.
The reference tone “a” of the V-TONE is programmed at 440 Hz. Let’s say,
you want to work with a big orchestra that works with the chamber tone
“a” set to 444 Hz. To activate the function that changes the chamber tone,
do the following:
• Activate the tuner by keeping the CHANNEL key pressed for a few seconds.
• By turning the PRESET control, you can adjust the “a” reference tone up
or down in 1 Hz increments for a maximum of 15 Hz. The last two digits
of the frequency value are always shown in the display, since the first
digit is always a 4. For example, when you start with the 440 Hz basic
tone, and then press the right arrow key four times, the display shows 44,
which corresponds to a frequency of 444 Hz.
After about 3 seconds, the display goes back to tuner mode. Your changes are
automatically stored. Ideal tones for the remaining strings are automatically set
up using the newly adjusted frequency as a reference.
A quick hit on the CHANNEL key lets you leave tuner mode and go back to
amp mode.
6. Installation
6.1 Audio connections
With the exception of the headphone output and the AUX input (stereo jacks),
audio inputs and outputs of your BEHRINGER V-TONE are provided in the form of
mono jack connectors. Tape inputs and outputs use RCA connectors.
◊ Please keep in mind that your V-TONE should be installed and operated
only by those who possess sufficient technical knowledge about
its installation and operation. Everyone dealing with your V-TONE
should be sufficiently grounded both during the installation as well as
during actual usage. Failure to do so may cause undesirable or faulty
operation due to electromagnetic discharges, etc.
Unbalanced ¼" TS connector
strain relief clamp
However, it may be the case that a played note (shown in the display as for
example “a”) slightly deviates from the ideal tone. This will be indicated by
lighting up at least one of the red tuner LEDs (HIGH/LOW) near the FX display.
The faster the LED blinks, the harsher the deviation of the played tone from
the note shown in the display. If the middle LED (green) lights up, the tone you
played is completely in tune with the tone indicated in the display.
sleeve
tip
sleeve
(ground/shield)
When the tuner is active, the loudspeaker outputs are typically muted.
However, sometimes it is preferable not to mute the signal in order to let you
have acoustic control of what you are doing while you are tuning your guitar.
For this reason, the V-TONE has an integrated tuner level function.
tip
(signal)
• You can adjust tuner volume from 0 to 99 by using the FX control.
At “0” the guitar signal is completely muted. After a successfully
implemented adjustment, the display auto-matically goes back to
tuner mode.
5.2 Setting up the “a” reference tone
To put complete freedom at your disposal when tuning your instrument,
you have the option to change the preset of the reference tone “a”. Here is a
quick intro to the subject.
The so-called “chamber tone a” has been continually revised upwards ever
since it was first measured: tuning forks of Bach, Handel or Mozart were at 415,
420 or 421 Hz (vibrations pro second).
Fig. 6.1: 1/4" TS connector
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¼" TRS headphones connector
strain relief clamp
7. Appendix
7.1 MIDI implementation
sleeve
ring
tip
sleeve
ground/shield
ring
right signal
tip
left signal
MIDI Implementation Chart
Function
Transmitted
Recognized
Basic
Channel
Default Changed
Mode
Default
Messages Altered
Note
Number
True Voice
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
OFF, 1 - 16
OFF, 1 - 16
1, 2
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
0 - 99
123
124
127
Velocity
6.2 Speaker connection
After
Touch
Pitch Bender
Control
The GMX110 and GMX112 feature a SPEAKER connector to which you can connect
an additional loudspeaker. This additional loudspeaker should be able to handle
at least 30 Watts @ 4 Ω (GMX110) and 60 Watts @ 4 Ω (GMX112) respectively.
Progr.
Change
Fig. 6.2: 1/4" stereo TRS connector for AUX and PHONES
The GMX212 and GMX1200H feature two LOUDSPEAKER-outputs (EXT LEFT and
EXT RIGHT) for connecting two loudspeakers or a single stereo loudspeaker
unit. The output power rating is 60 W per channel. To assure optimal power
delivery from the amp, you should use 8-Ω loudspeakers that can handle at
least 60 Watts.
This goes for all models: You can also use loudspeakers with higher impedance
values, but this lowers proportionally the power delivery as the resistance
increases. Doubling the impedance halves the power value (double the
Ohms = half the Watts).
◊ Since SPEAKER and LOUDSPEAKER outputs are connectors where
amplified signals are given out, never connect equipment with
line-level inputs to these two connectors, e. g. mixer inputs.
6.3 MIDI connection
The MIDI standard (Musical Instruments Digital Interface) was first developed
at the beginning of the ’80s, with the goal of enabling mutual communication
between electronic instruments of various manufacturers. Over the years,
the number of possible MIDI applications has increased substantially;
nowadays, it is perfectly normal to connect entire studios via MIDI.
At the center of this network is a computer with a sequencing software,
used to control not only keyboards but also effects processors and other
peripheral equipment. In such a studio, you can control your V-TONE in real
time from a computer. Using a MIDI footswitch presents itself as a great idea,
especially in live applications, because it allows you to control not only effect
parameters but also switch between channels and effects.
The standard 5-pole DIN MIDI connector is located on the rear of your V-TONE.
To connect your V-TONE with other MIDI equipment, you will need a MIDI cable.
Pre-packed cables available at music stores are used for this purpose. Such cables
should not be longer than 15 m (45 ft).
MIDI IN receives MIDI control data. The receiving channel is adjusted using the
CHANNEL and IN/OUT key combination On = Omni means that MIDI data are
being received and processed on all channels (compare section 4.2).
Note ON
Note OFF
Keys
Channels
True #
System
Exclusive
System
Common
System
Real Time
Aux
Messages
Song Pos.
Song Sel.
Tune
Clock
Commands
Local ON/OFF
All notes OFF
Active Sense
Reset
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Remarks
memorized
see add. table
123 = Channel 1
124 = Channel 2
127 = Tuner
Notes
O = YES, X = NO
Mode 1: OMNI ON
Mode 2: OMNI OFF
Tab. 7.1: MIDI implementation
Midi
Control
Number
Control
Value
Range
7
0 .. 127
10
0, 1
11
0, 1
12
13
0 .. 127 (max.)
0 .. 127 (max.)
depends on effect *
14
0 .. 127 (max.)
—
27
—
—
—
—
—
21
22
23
64
82
Parameter Name
Display Range
Volume Controller
—
Channel 1 = 0
Channel 2 = 1
OFF = 0
ON = 1
depends on effect *
depends on effect *
Channel Select
Effect Bypass
Parameter 3
Parameter 2
Parameter 1
(MIX)
Wah / Modulation
Controller
Mod FX send on/off
Reverb send on/off
Delay send on/off
Tap Tempo
Tuner Bypass Volume
* for details see Tab. 4.1
Tab. 7.2: V-TONE MIDI controllers 7.2 Effect presets
0 = off
1 .. 127
0/127
0/127
0/127
value > 63
0 .. 127
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7.2 Effect presets
Preset-No.
Effect
Variation
FX MIX
Default
Preset-No.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
REVERB
medium Pre-Delay
short Pre-Delay
long Pre-Delay
short Pre-Delay
long Pre-Delay
short Pre-Delay
long Pre-Delay
short Pre-Delay
long Pre-Delay
short Pre-Delay
long Pre-Delay
short Pre-Delay
long Pre-Delay
min. Density
max. Density
min. Reflections
max. Reflections
—
—
—
—
Model
Model
Model
Model
Model
Model
Model
Model
Model
Model
Model
Model
Model
fat
slow
stereo
stereo
ultra
slow
medium I
medium II
fast
ultra
slow
medium I
medium II
hold
—
—
—
—
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Reverb Mix
Reverb Mix
Reverb Mix
Reverb Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Depth
Depth
Depth
Depth
Mix
Mix
Mix
Mix
Chorus Mix
Chorus Mix
Chorus Mix
Chorus Mix
Chorus Mix
Chorus Mix
Chorus Mix
Chorus Mix
Chorus Mix
Chorus Mix
Depth
Depth
Depth
Depth
40
25
25
40
40
30
30
35
40
40
40
50
50
50
50
40
40
40
45
40
50
60
70
50
70
75
80
60
70
100
25
50
25
90
60
70
60
30
40
40
20
50
40
70
50
50
30
40
90
127
60
60
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
SPRING
REVERB
STUDIO
CHAMBER
STAGE
CONCERT
PLATE
EARLY
REFLECTIONS
AMBIENCE
DELAY /
REVERB
STEREO
DELAY
PHASER
CHORUS
CHORUS /
REVERB
CHORUS /
DELAY
FLANGER
Effect
FLANGER /
REVERB
FLANGER /
DELAY
TREMOLO /
REVERB
TREMOLO /
DELAY
ROTARY
SPEAKER
ROTARY
DRIVE
AUTO WAH
REVERB
AUTO WAH
DELAY
PITCH
SHIFTER
PITCH
SHIFTER /
REVERB
PITCH
SHIFTER /
DELAY
COMPRESSOR
EXPANDER
96
97
GUITAR
COMBO
98
99
Tab. 7.3: V-TONE effect presets
Variation
FX MIX
Default
ultra
slow
medium I
medium II
fast
ultra
medium I
slow
medium II
hold
Slow
Fast
slow (with reverb)
ultra (with reverb)
medium (with reverb)
slow (with reverb)
fast (with reverb)
slap back
spinning echo
fast
slow
distortion
clean
-12
-5
+3
+4
+7
+4 %
+8 %
-12
+3
+4 %
+8 %
-12
-5
+4
+7
fast (with Delay)
slow (with Reverb)
fast (with Ambience)
slow (with Delay)
Crunch (with Delay)
Edge (with Delay)
Overdrive
(with Reverb)
Distortion 1
(with Delay)
Distortion 2
(with Delay)
Distortion 3
(with Reverb)
Depth
Depth
Depth
Depth
Depth
Depth
Depth
Depth
Depth
Depth
Tremolo Mix
Tremolo Mix
Tremolo Mix
Tremolo Mix
Tremolo Mix
Depth
Depth
Depth
Depth
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
Pitch Mix
Pitch Mix
Pitch Mix
Pitch Mix
Pitch Mix
Pitch Mix
Pitch Mix
Pitch Mix
Pitch Mix
Pitch Mix
Pitch Mix
Pitch Mix
Pitch Mix
Pitch Mix
Pitch Mix
Sensitivity
Sensitivity
Threshold
Threshold
Drive
Drive
50
50
50
40
40
60
80
50
20
65
65
45
45
40
30
70
100
40
90
50
50
60
30
40
30
25
30
20
25
20
60
10
20
30
50
20
20
20
60
50
10
25
60
50
Drive
80
Drive
126
Drive
70
Drive
70
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8. Specifications
GMX1200H
Audio Inputs
MIDI Interface
GUITAR IN¼" TS jack, RF filtered
Input impedance
approx. 1 MΩ unbalanced
INSERT RETURN¼" TS jack
Input impedance
approx. 10 kΩ unbalanced
SLAVE IN¼" TRS jack (tip = input)
Input impedance
approx. 30 kΩ unbalanced
AUX IN¼" TRS jack
Input impedance
approx. 10 kΩ unbalanced
TAPE IN
RCA connector
Input impedance
approx. 10 kΩ unbalanced
Audio Outputs
Type
5-pin DIN socket, MIDI IN
Digital Processing
Converters
24-bit delta-sigma,
64/128-times oversampling
Sampling rate
46.875 kHz
Display
Type
2-digit numeric LED display
Power Supply
Power consumption
max. 200 W
Mains Voltage/Fuse
INSERT SEND¼" TS jack, low-impedance, line-level
100 - 120 V~ (50/60 Hz)
T 5 A H 250 V
Output impedance
220 - 240 V~ (50/60 Hz)
T 2.5 A H 250 V
approx. 100 Ω unbalanced
LINE OUT¼" TS jack
Output impedance
> 1 kΩ unbalanced
Max. output level
+8 dBu unbalanced
TAPE OUT
RCA connector
Output impedance
approx. 3 kΩ unbalanced
Max. output level
+9 dBu unbalanced
PHONES OUTPUT¼" TRS jack
Max. output level
+15 dBu / 100 Ω (+23 dBm)
SLAVE OUT¼" TRS jack (ring = output)
Output impedance
approx. 2 kΩ unbalanced
Max. output level
+21 dBu unbalanced
Loudspeaker Output
Type
2 x ¼" TS jack
Min. load impedance
8 Ω
System Data
Peak power
2 x 60 W / 8 Ω
Mains connector
Standard IEC receptacle
Physical/Weight
Dimensions (H x W x D)
11 x 28 x 9.4"
280 x 712 x 240 mm
Weight
34.2 lbs / 15.5 kg
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GMX212
Audio Inputs
MIDI Interface
GUITAR IN¼" TS jack, RF filtered
Input impedance
approx. 1 MΩ unbalanced
INSERT RETURN¼" TS jack
Input impedance
approx. 10 kΩ unbalanced
SLAVE IN¼" TRS jack (tip = input)
Input impedance
approx. 30 kΩ unbalanced
AUX IN¼" TRS jack
Input impedance
approx. 10 kΩ unbalanced
TAPE IN
RCA connector
Input impedance
approx. 10 kΩ unbalanced
Audio Outputs
INSERT SEND¼" TS jack, low-impedance, line-level
Output impedance
approx. 100 Ω unbalanced
LINE OUT¼" TS jack
Output impedance
> 1 kΩ unbalanced
Max. output level
+8 dBu unbalanced
TAPE OUT
RCA connector
Output impedance
approx. 3 kΩ unbalanced
Max. output level
+9 dBu unbalanced
PHONES OUTPUT¼" TRS jack
Max. output level
+15 dBu / 100 Ω (+23 dBm)
SLAVE OUT¼" TRS jack (ring = output)
Output impedance
approx. 2 kΩ unbalanced
Max. output level
+21 dBu unbalanced
Loudspeaker Output
Type
2 x ¼" TS jack
Min. load impedance
8 Ω
System Data
Peak power
2 x 60 W / 8 Ω
Type
5-pin DIN socket, MIDI IN
Digital Processing
Converters
24-bit delta-sigma,
64/128-times oversampling
Sampling rate
46.875 kHz
Display
Type
2-digit numeric LED display
Loudspeaker
Type
2 x 12"
Model
BUGERA Vintage Guitar Series
Power Supply
Power consumption
max. 200 W
Mains Voltage/Fuse
100 - 120 V~ (50/60 Hz)
T 5 A H 250 V
220 - 240 V~ (50/60 Hz)
T 2.5 A H 250 V
Mains connector
Standard IEC receptacle
Physical/Weight
Dimensions (H x W x D)
19.4 x 28 x 10"
493 x 712 x 255 mm
Weight
53.8 lbs / 24.4 kg
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GMX210
Audio Inputs
MIDI Interface
GUITAR IN¼" TS jack, RF filtered
Input impedance
approx. 1 MΩ unbalanced
INSERT RETURN¼" TS jack
Input impedance
approx. 10 kΩ unbalanced
SLAVE IN¼" TRS jack (tip = input)
Input impedance
approx. 30 kΩ unbalanced
AUX IN¼" TRS jack
Input impedance
approx. 10 kΩ unbalanced
TAPE IN
RCA connector
Input impedance
approx. 10 kΩ unbalanced
Audio Outputs
INSERT SEND¼" TS jack, low-impedance, line-level
Output impedance
approx. 100 kΩ unbalanced
LINE OUT¼" TS jack
Output impedance
> 1 kΩ unbalanced
Max. output level
+8 dBu unbalanced
TAPE OUT
RCA connector
Output impedance
approx. 3 kΩ unbalanced
Max. output level
+9 dBu unbalanced
PHONES OUTPUT¼" TRS jack
Max. output level
+15 dBu / 100 Ω (+23 dBm)
SLAVE OUT¼" TRS jack (ring = output)
Output impedance
approx. 2 kΩ unbalanced
Max. output level
+21 dBu unbalanced
System Data
Peak power
2 x 30 W / 4 Ω
Type
5-pin DIN socket, MIDI IN
Digital Processing
Converters
24-bit delta-sigma,
64/128-times oversampling
Sampling rate
46.875 kHz
Display
Type
2-digit numeric LED display
Loudspeaker
Type
2 x 10"
Model
BUGERA Vintage Guitar Series
Power Supply
Power consumption
max. 150 W
Mains Voltage/Fuse
100 - 120 V~ (50/60 Hz)
T 3.15 A H 250 V
220 - 240 V~ (50/60 Hz)
T 1.6 A H 250 V
Mains connector
Standard IEC receptacle
Physical/Weight
Dimensions (H x W x D)
18.6 x 23.8 x 10"
473 x 605 x 255 mm
Weight
40.2 lbs / 18.2 kg
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GMX112
Audio Inputs
Display
GUITAR IN¼" TS jack, RF filtered
Input impedance
approx. 1 MΩ unbalanced
INSERT RETURN¼" TS jack
Input impedance
approx. 10 kΩ unbalanced
TAPE IN
RCA connector
Input impedance
approx. 10 kΩ unbalanced
INSERT SEND¼" TS jack, low-impedance, line-level
Output impedance
approx. 1 kΩ unbalanced
TAPE OUT
RCA connector
Output impedance
approx. 3 kΩ unbalanced
Max. output level
+9 dBu unbalanced
PHONES OUTPUT¼" TRS jack
+15 dBu / 100 Ω (+23 dBm)
Loudspeaker Output
Type¼" TS jack
Min. load impedance
4 Ω
System Data
Peak power
1 x 60 W / 4 Ω
MIDI Interface
Type
5-pin DIN socket, MIDI IN
Digital Processing
Converters
24-bit delta-sigma,
64/128-times oversampling
Sampling rate
46.875 kHz
2-digit numeric LED display
Loudspeaker
Type
1 x 12"
Model
BUGERA Vintage Guitar Series
Power Supply
Power consumption
Audio Outputs
Max. output level
Type
max. 150 W
Mains Voltage/Fuse
100 - 120 V~ (50/60 Hz)
T 3.15 A H 250 V
220 - 240 V~ (50/60 Hz)
T 1.6 A H 250 V
Mains connector
Standard IEC receptacle
Physical/Weight
Dimensions (H x W x D)
18.6 x 23.8 x 10"
473 x 605 x 255 mm
Weight
38 lbs / 17.2 kg
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GMX110
Audio Inputs
Display
GUITAR IN¼" TS jack, RF filtered
Input impedance
approx. 1 MΩ unbalanced
INSERT RETURN¼" TS jack
Input impedance
approx. 10 kΩ unbalanced
TAPE IN
RCA connector
Input impedance
approx. 10 kΩ unbalanced
INSERT SEND¼" TS jack, low-impedance, line-level
Output impedance
approx. 1 kΩ unbalanced
TAPE OUT
RCA connector
Output impedance
approx. 3 kΩ unbalanced
Max. output level
+9 dBu unbalanced
PHONES OUTPUT¼" TRS jack
+15 dBu / 100 Ω (+23 dBm)
Loudspeaker Output
Type¼" TS jack
Min. load impedance
4 Ω
System Data
Peak power
1 x 30 W / 4 Ω
MIDI Interface
Type
5-pin DIN socket, MIDI IN
Digital Processing
Converters
24-bit delta-sigma,
64/128-times oversampling
Sampling rate
46.875 kHz
2-digit numeric LED display
Loudspeaker
Type
1 x 10"
Model
BUGERA Vintage Guitar Series
Power Supply
Power consumption
Audio Outputs
Max. output level
Type
max. 70 W
Mains Voltage/Fuse
100 - 120 V~ (50/60 Hz)
T 2 A H 250 V
220 - 240 V~ (50/60 Hz)
T 1 A H 250 V
Mains connector
Standard IEC receptacle
Physical/Weight
Dimensions (H x W x D)
15.7 x 16.7 x 8.4"
400 x 423 x 213 mm
Weight
24.3 lbs / 11 kg
BEHRINGER is constantly striving to maintain the highest professional standards. As a result of these efforts,
modifications may be made from time to time to existing products without prior notice. Specifications and
appearance may differ from those listed or illustrated.
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FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS
COMMISSION COMPLIANCE
INFORMATION
V-TONE GMX1200H/GMX212/GMX210/
GMX112/GMX110
Responsible Party Name:
MUSIC Group Services US Inc.
Address:
18912 North Creek Parkway,
Suite 200 Bothell, WA 98011,
USA
Phone/Fax No.:
Phone: +1 425 672 0816
Fax: +1 425 673 7647
V-TONE GMX1200H/GMX212/GMX210/GMX112/GMX110
complies with the FCC rules as mentioned in the following paragraph:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Important information:
Changes or modifications to the equipment not expressly approved by MUSIC Group
can void the user’s authority to use the equipment.
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