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Cat. No. 32-3009
OWNER’S MANUAL
Please read before using this equipment.
SSM-1250
3-Channel Stereo Audio Mixer
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Warning: To prevent fire or shock
hazard, do not expose this mixer to
rain or moisture.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN.
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CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER OR BACK. NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
This symbol is intended to alert you to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the mixer’s enclosure that might be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock. Do not open the mixer’s
case.
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This symbol is intended to inform you that important operating and maintenance instructions are included in the literature.
© 1997 Tandy Corporation.
All Rights Reserved.
RadioShack and Optimus are registered trademarks used by Tandy Corporation.
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CONTENTS
Features ................................................................................................................ 4
Preparation ...........................................................................................................
Connecting the Outputs ..................................................................................
Connecting the Inputs .....................................................................................
Connecting Power ...........................................................................................
Connecting a Lamp .........................................................................................
Connecting Headphones ................................................................................
Listening Safely ........................................................................................
Operation ............................................................................................................
Presetting the Input Signal Levels ................................................................
Presetting the Microphone ......................................................................
Presetting the Channel 1/2/3 Input Sources ...........................................
Checking the Sound ...............................................................................
Mixing the Inputs ...........................................................................................
Playing One Input Source .......................................................................
Monitoring a Second Input Source .........................................................
Switching to the Second Input Source ....................................................
Notes on Mixing ......................................................................................
Using Talkover ..............................................................................................
Using the Tone Controls ................................................................................
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Troubleshooting ................................................................................................ 19
Care and Maintenance ...................................................................................... 20
Replacing the Fuse ....................................................................................... 21
Specifications .................................................................................................... 22
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FEATURES
Your Optimus SSM-1250 3-Channel Stereo Audio Mixer is a sophisticated control
center, perfect for mixing sound from multiple audio sources on three separate
channels such as microphones, tuners, CD players, turntables, or the audio outputs from VCRs. The mixer is ruggedly constructed for home or professional use.
Its wide-range volume controls let you adjust each audio source’s sound level so
you can get the best mix for playing through your sound system or for recording.
1 DJ Microphone Input — lets you
connect a balanced, low impedance microphone with an XLR
plug.
2 Microphone Treble — lets you
adjust the microphone’s treble.
3 Microphone Bass — lets you adjust the microphone’s bass.
4 Assign Controls — lets you select the input sources to be mixed.
5 Talkover — lowers the sound of
the input sources so you can talk
over them using the microphone.
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6 Slide Volume Controls — for fingertip control of sound mixing and
fading.
7 Cross Fader — lets you smoothly
switch between two input sources.
8 Input Source Selectors — let
you easily choose the desired audio input source to be played.
9 Master Volume — lets you control the mixer’s overall volume level.
10 Output Level VU Meters — indicate the mixer’s total output signal
level.
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so you can monitor and prepare it
before mixing it in.
14 Cue/Program Control — lets you
balance the volume of the output
playing on the sound system and
the input being prepared for mixing through the headphones.
11 Mono/Stereo Selector — lets
you set the output to stereo or
monaural.
12 Bass/Middle/Treble Controls —
let you adjust the tone of the selected output to get just the right
sound.
13 Cue Assign Controls — lets you
select the channel where the desired audio input source is located
15 Lamp Jack — lets you connect a
12V DC lamp to light the mixer
controls.
16 Phones Jack — lets you connect
a pair of stereo headphones with
a 1/4-inch plug.
17 Cue Level — lets you adjust the
headphone’s volume level.
18 Stereo Line Outputs — let you
connect the mixer’s output to your
receiver/amplifier and tape deck
so you can play the sounds from
your input sources through your
speaker system, and record them.
19 Stereo Line Inputs — let you
connect most line-level audio
sources such as a CD player, tape
deck, tuner, camcorder, or VCR.
illustration of mixer back
20 Stereo Phono Inputs — for connecting low-level audio sources,
such as turntables with a magnetic cartridge.
21 Microphone Input — lets you
connect a low impedance microphone with a 1/4-inch plug instead
of one with an XLR plug.
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PREPARATION
Warning: A sudden high output from
the mixer could damage your hearing,
especially if you use headphones, and
might also damage the audio devices
connected to the mixer’s output. Before using the mixer, make sure you
set your receiver/amplifier’s volume
control to its minimum volume level
setting.
Before you connect the AC power
cord, make sure you set POWER to off.
And, to avoid sudden and unusable
sound outputs from any audio devices
that you connect to the mixer, be sure
to have their power controls set to off
(and any tone controls set to flat).
illustration of output AMP
to sound system
To record the mixer’s output signal,
connect one end of an audio patch
cord (Cat. No. 42-2356, not supplied)
to the mixer’s REC L (white) and R
(red) output jacks, then connect the
other end to your tape deck’s left and
right line input jacks (matching left to
left, and right to right).
CONNECTING THE
OUTPUTS
To play the mixer’s output signal
through your sound system (for events
such as parties, dances, conferences,
and so on), connect one end of an audio patch cord (Cat. No. 42-2356, not
supplied) to the mixer’s AMP L (white)
and R (red) output jacks, then connect
the other end to your receiver/amplifier’s left and right line input jacks
(matching left to left, and right to right).
illustration of output REC
to recorder
AMP connections should
still appear
CONNECTING THE
INPUTS
You can connect up to four line-level
and up to two low-level audio input
sources to the input jacks on the back
of the mixer. You can also connect a
microphone to the mixer’s front or
back panel.
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1. Connect the line-level outputs from up to four audio sources (such as a CD
player, tape deck, tuner, camcorder, or VCR) to the LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE 3, and
LINE 4 input jacks (matching left to left, right to right).
illustration of line-level
connections
AMP and REC connections
should also appear
Caution: Do not connect an audio source with a line-level output to the lowlevel PHONO 1 or PHONO 2 input jacks.
2. Connect the low-level outputs from up to two audio sources (such as magneticcartridge turntables) to the PHONO 1 and PHONO 2 input jacks (matching left to
left, right to right).
illustration of low-level
connections
AMP, REC, and line-level
connections should also
appear
Note: If you connect magnetic-cartridge turntables, also connect their ground
wires (usually black or green) to GND.
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3. Connect a microphone (not supplied) to the mixer.
• If the microphone has an XLR
plug, connect it to MIC on the
top left corner of the front panel.
illustration of microphone
plug being inserted into jack
Do not show entire
microphone
CONNECTING POWER
Connect the power cord to a standard
AC outlet.
Note: The power cord has a polarized
plug that fits only one way into a standard AC outlet. If the plug does not fit,
turn it clockwise so it fits properly. Do
not force the plug into the AC outlet or
you could damage the outlet or the
plug.
CONNECTING A LAMP
• If the microphone has a 1/4-inch
plug, connect it to MIC on the lower right corner of the back panel.
illustration of microphone
plug being inserted into jack
Do not show entire
microphone
Note: We recommend you do not
connect an XLR and a 1/4-inch
plug microphone to the mixer at
the same time.
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The mixer has a 12V BNC lamp socket for connecting a 12V DC/3W lamp
(RSU Cat. No. 11443363) so you can
see the control panel in dark or lowlight conditions.
illustration of lamp
being connected
Caution: Use only a 12V DC/3W
lamp.
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CONNECTING
HEADPHONES
To listen in privacy or monitor the audio source inputs so you can locate an
exact passage or section before mixing it, plug a pair of stereo headphones (not supplied) with a 1/4-inch
plug into the PHONES jack on the mixer’s right front panel.
illustration of headphones
being connected
Your local RadioShack store carries a
wide selection of headphones.
Listening Safely
Do not listen at extremely high volume
levels. Extended high-volume listening
can lead to permanent hearing loss.
To protect your hearing when you use
headphones, always follow these
guidelines to set the listening volume.
• Set CUE LEVEL to the lowest setting before you begin listening.
• After you put on the headphones,
adjust CUE LEVEL to a comfortable listening volume level.
• Once you set your headphones’
volume, do not increase it. Over
time, your ears adapt to the volume level, so a level that no
longer causes discomfort might
still damage your hearing.
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OPERATION
1. Set the volume levels on the output devices (receiver/amplifier and
tape deck) to minimum and turn
them on.
2. Press POWER to turn on the mixer. The red power indicator lights.
PRESETTING THE INPUT
SIGNAL LEVELS
To avoid accidentally overdriving a
channel or prematurely mixing in an
audio input source, make sure you
start with the following settings:
• Volume slide controls set to 0
illustration of POWER
button w/indicator lit
illustration
3. Turn on the input sources you
want to mix.
4. Using the mixer requires two basic
operations:
• Presetting the input signal levels (see “Presettiing the Input
Signal Levels”)
• Mixing the audio input sources
(see “Mixing the Inputs” on
Page 15)
5. After you finish mixing, turn down
the volume on the output audio
devices, turn off the input and output audio devices (amplifiers, tape
decks, and so on), then press
POWER so it pops up to turn off
the mixer. The power indicator
turns off.
• ASSIGN A and ASSIGN B set to
OFF
illustration
• MIC TREBLE, MIC BASS, CUE LEVEL, TREBLE , MID, BASS, and
MASTER set to 0
illustration
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Rotate MASTER clockwise and temporarily set it to about the 5th marker.
Presetting the Microphone
1. If your microphone has an ON/
OFF control, set it to ON.
illustration
2. Set OFF/ON/TALKOVER to ON.
illustration
Note: The MASTER volume control
adjusts the overall volume of DJ MIC ,
CH1, CH2, and CH3.
The mixer uses two volume unit (VU)
meters to indicate the total stereo output signal level. For the best results,
each input signal level should normally be set so the VU meters never
move into the red range (0 or above).
Distortion is likely to occur on audio
peaks if the meter moves into the red
range.
3. While continuously talking, adjust
DJ MIC until you get a reading of
up to 0 on both VU meters.
illustration DJ MIC
illustration of VU meters
at 0
4. Set OFF/ON/TALKOVER to OFF.
For monaural output, set MONO/STEREO to MONO. For stereo output, set
MONO /STEREO to STEREO.
illustration of mixer front
w/arrow to control
Presetting the Channel 1/2/3
Input Sources
Before you mix channels 1, 2, and 3,
you must preset the input signal level
for each channel input source (up to
six sources).
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If you did not connect an input source
to every jack or do not want to mix every input source connected to the mixer’s input jacks, you do not need to
follow all the steps in this section. After you decide which source(s) you
want to preset and mix, use this table
to determine which steps to follow.
To Preset
Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel 3
illustration of
PHONO 1/LINE 1 set
to PHONO 1
See Steps
Phono 1
1–4
Line 1
5
Phono 2
6–9
Line 2
10
Line 3
11–14
Line 4
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Notes:
• While you adjust the input signal
levels for channels 1, 2, and 3, either use the headphones or turn
up the receiver/amplifier’s volume
to a comfortable listening level
(not necessarily the final usable
level).
• Do not play a quiet portion of music while you adjust the volume
levels, otherwise the volume levels for channels 1, 2, and 3 will be
overdriven during the loud portions of the music.
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1. To preset the PHONO 1 input
source, set PHONO 1/LINE 1 to
PHONO 1.
2. Start playback of the selected input source.
3. Slowly slide up the CH 1 volume
level slide control until you get a
reading of up to 0 on both VU
meters.
illustration of CH 1 control
Important: Write down or remember the CH 1 volume level slide
control’s setting for the selected
audio source, so each time you
want to mix that source you can
slide the CH 1 volume level slide
control to the correct setting.
Note: If it was necessary to set
the CH 1 volume level slide control
all the way to 10 in order to get a
reading of up to 0 on the VU
meter, then slide CH 1 down to
about 8 and rotate MASTER clockwise until you get the reading of 0
on the VU meters.
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4. Stop playback of the selected input source.
5. To preset the LINE 1 input source,
set PHONO 1/LINE 1 to LINE 1.
Then repeat Steps 2–4.
Note: If you have to readjust MASTER when performing Step 3, remember that this affects the level
of the previously preset input
sources. You must readjust those
sources until you get a reading of
up to 0 on the VU meters for each.
6. To preset the PHONO 2 input
source, set PHONO 2/LINE 2 to
PHONO 2 .
illustration of
PHONO 2/LINE 2 set
to PHONO 2
Important: Write down or remember the CH 2 volume level slide
control’s setting for the selected
audio source, so each time you
want to mix that source you can
slide the CH 2 volume level slide
control to the correct setting.
Note: If it was necessary to set
the CH 2 volume level slide control
all the way to 10 in order to get a
reading of up to 0 on the VU
meter, then slide CH 2 down to
about 8 and rotate MASTER clockwise until you get the reading of 0
on the VU meters.
9. Stop playback of the selected input source.
10. To preset the LINE 2 input source,
set PHONO 2 /LINE 2 to LINE 2.
Then repeat Steps 7–9.
Note: If you have to readjust MASTER when performing Step 8, re-
7. Start playback of the selected input source.
8. Slowly slide up the CH 2 volume
level slide control until you get a
reading of up to 0 on both VU
meters.
illustration of CH 2 control
member that this affects the level
of the previously preset input
sources. You must readjust those
sources until you get a reading of
up to 0 on the VU meters for each.
11. To preset the LINE 3 input source,
set LINE 3/LINE 4 to LINE 3 .
illustration of
LINE 3/LINE 4 set to
LINE 3
12. Start playback of the selected input source.
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13. Slowly slide up the CH 3 volume
level slide control until you get a
reading of up to 0 on both VU
meters.
16. To prevent prematurely mixing audio sources, set all volume level
slide controls to 0.
Checking the Sound
illustration of CH 3 control
Important: Write down or remember the CH 3 volume level slide
control’s setting for the selected
audio source, so each time you
want to mix that source you can
slide the CH 3 volume level slide
control to the correct setting.
Note: If it was necessary to set
the CH 3 volume level slide control
all the way to 10 in order to get a
reading of up to 0 on the VU
meter, then slide CH 3 down to
about 8 and rotate MASTER clockwise until you get the reading of 0
on the VU meters.
14. Stop playback of the selected input source.
15. To preset the LINE 4 input source,
set LINE 3/LINE 4 to LINE 4. Then
repeat Steps 12–14.
Note: If you have to readjust MASTER when performing Step 13, remember that this affects the level
of the previously preset input
sources. You must readjust those
sources until you get a reading of
up to 0 on the VU meters for each.
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1. Select one of the input sources,
then start playback of the selected
source.
2. Set the volume level slide control
to the position you determined
during presetting. The VU meters
should show a reading of up to 0
dB.
3. Turn up the receiver/amplifier’s
volume until it reaches the desired
level for the location or event
where the mixer will be used (this
can vary).
4. Adjust BASS, MID, and TREBLE to
get the desired sound (see “Using
the Tone Controls” on Page 18).
Note: If adjusting BASS, MID, and
TREBLE causes the VU meters to
exceed 0 dB, rotate MASTER
counterclockwise until the reading returns to 0. Then adjust your
output device (amplifier) volume
accordingly.
5. Stop playback of the selected input source.
Note: Do not adjust MASTER after
checking the sound.
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MIXING THE INPUTS
You can connect input signals from up
to six audio sources, select any two,
then mix them so only one or both
play through your sound system.
2. Set the input source selector to
the preset input source you want
to play first through your sound
system.
illustration
Mixing requires three operations:
• Playing one input source
• Monitoring the next input source
• Switching to the next input source
You can play either of the two selected sources first.
3. Make sure the first input source’s
volume level slide control is set to
the correct preset position.
4. Start playback of the input source.
Notes:
• Ensure the volume level slide control for the other input channel
source is set to 0.
Monitoring a Second
Input Source
• The CUE ASSIGN switches are
push-on and push-off. You can select more than one at a time.
Monitoring a second input source’s
signal level requires selecting the input source that is not currently playing, finding the desired section you
want to mix, then adjusting that
source’s sound level so it matches the
volume level of the source currently
playing.
Playing One Input Source
1. Set ASSIGN A to the desired
source, then set CROSS FADER to
A.
illustration of ASSIGN A
set to 1 and CROSS
FADER set to A
1. Connect and put on headphones.
Note: You can listen to one channel through the headphones while
the other channel is playing
through the sound system.
2. Set ASSIGN B to the second input
source.
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3. Press CUE ASSIGN for the second
input source.
illustration of CUE
ASSIGN with arrow to
CH 2
4. Set the input source selector to
the input source you want to monitor.
illustration
tem, slide CROSS FADER from A
to B.
illustration of CROSS
FADER w/arrow
from A to B
Slide CROSS FADER:
• To the left to fade in the channel
selected by ASSIGN A and fade
out the channel selected by ASSIGN B.
• To the right to fade in the channel selected by ASSIGN B and
fade out the channel selected
by ASSIGN A.
5. Start playback of the input source
you want to play next through your
sound system.
• To the center to equally mix the
two.
6. If necessary:
• Adjust CUE LEVEL to a comfortable listening level.
• Adjust the second input source
volume slide control to the correct preset position.
7. Set the input device to the desired
section of music, then stop or
pause the input device.
Switching to the Second
Input Source
1. Start playback of the second input
source.
2. When you are ready to play its
sound through your sound sys16
Notes on Mixing
• If you set CROSS FADER to A to
play the channel selected by ASSIGN A, then you must set CUE
ASSIGN to CH 1 to monitor CH 1, to
CH 2 to monitor CH 2, to CH 3 to
monitor CH 3, to CH 4 to monitor
CH 4, and to MIC to monitor DJ
MIC. The same applies when you
set CROSS FADER to B.
• To mix any two inputs selected by
the ASSIGN switches, set each
ASSIGN switch to the desired
channel. Then use CROSS FADER
to mix the two.
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• Do not slide CROSS FADER to the
center if you want to monitor one
channel while the other is playing.
Otherwise, the sound from the
channel you monitor will also be
heard through your sound system.
Instead, slide CROSS FADER to
the channel you are not monitoring. For example, to monitor channel 1 (selected by ASSIGN A)
while channel 2 (selected by ASSIGN B ) is playing, slide CROSS
FADER to B.
• Use CUE/PGM to listen to the input
controlled by the CUE ASSIGN
switch and what is playing on the
currently selected output device.
When CUE/PGM is set to CUE, you
only hear the channel selected by
the CUE ASSIGN switches. When
CUE/PGM is set to PGM, you only
hear what is playing on the currently selected output device. Rotate CUE/PGM to listen to both
inputs at the same time.
USING TALKOVER
illustration of switch
set to TALKOVER
When you are not using the microphone, leave OFF/ON/TALKOVER set
to OFF. The microphone’s input is
turned off and all other audio input
sources are unaffected.
If you want to use a microphone:
• Set OFF/ON/TALKOVER to ON to
mix the microphone equally with
the other audio input sources.
• Set OFF/ON/TALKOVER to TALKOVER to mix the microphone at a
higher level than the other audio
input sources.
Your voice sounds clearly through
the microphone, but all the other
audio input sources sound at a
lower level. (This is useful for paging.)
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USING THE TONE
CONTROLS
Your mixer has one set of tone controls for the microphone and another
set for channels 1, 2, and 3. You can
tailor the high and low frequency
sounds for the microphone and tailor
the high, low, and mid frequency
sounds for channels 1, 2, and 3.
illustration of mixer front
w/arrows to the control
locations
For normal sound, leave BASS, MID,
and TREBLE (or MIC BASS and MIC
TREBLE for the microphone) set to 0.
Rotate TREBLE (or MIC TREBLE) toward +10 to increase, or toward –10 to
decrease the high frequency sounds.
Rotate MID toward +10 to increase or
toward – 10 to decrease the middle frequency sounds.
Rotate BASS (or MIC BASS) toward
+10 to increase or toward –10 to decrease the low frequency sounds.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
With proper care and handling, your mixer should give you years of trouble-free
service. However, if your SSM-1250 is not working properly, follow these suggestions to see if you can eliminate the problem. If you cannot, take the mixer to your
local RadioShack store for assistance.
Problem
Nothing works
Possible Solution
Check the AC power connection and make sure the AC
outlet is “live.”
Check all the connections to the system (amplifier/
receiver, input sources, and so on).
Check the fuse. See “Replacing the Fuse” on Page 21.
No signal from an audio
input source
Make sure the OFF/ON/TALKOVER switch is not set to
TALKOVER .
Check the mixer’s and the source’s control settings.
Check the connection between the mixer and the input
source.
Hum from PHONO
sources
Make sure the turntable’s ground wire (usually black or
green) is connected to the GND screw on the back of
the mixer.
Hum from other input
sources
Make sure there are no low-level inputs connected to
the LINE input jacks.
Feedback “squeals”
Move the microphone further away from the output
speakers or use a unidirectional microphone.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Your Optimus SSM-1250 3-Channel Stereo Audio Mixer is an example of superior
design and craftsmanship. The following suggestions will help you care for your
mixer so you can enjoy it for years.
Keep the mixer dry. If it gets wet, wipe it dry immediately. Liquids
might contain minerals that can corrode the electronic circuits.
Use and store the mixer only in normal temperature environments.
Temperature extremes can shorten the life of electronic devices and
distort or melt plastic parts.
Keep the mixer away from dust and dirt, which can cause premature
wear of parts.
Handle the mixer gently and carefully. Dropping it can damage circuit
boards and cases and can cause the mixer to work improperly.
Wipe the mixer with a damp cloth occasionally to keep it looking new.
Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents
to clean the mixer.
Modifying or tampering with the mixer’s internal components can cause a malfunction and might invalidate your mixer’s warranty. If your mixer is not performing
as it should, take it to your local RadioShack store for assistance.
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REPLACING THE FUSE
The mixer uses a fuse for protection
from power surges and short circuits.
If the mixer suddenly turns off and will
not turn on, check the fuse. If necessary, replace the fuse with a 0.5-amp,
250-volt, fast-acting, 11/4 × 1/4 inch fuse
such as Cat. No. 270-1003 (not supplied).
Follow these steps to replace the fuse.
1. Disconnect power from the mixer.
2. Using a Phillips screwdriver, unscrew the fuse compartment cap
on the back of the mixer.
illustration
3. Remove the old fuse and insert
the new one.
Caution: Make sure you replace
the fuse only with another fuse of
the same type and rating.
4. Replace the fuse compartment
cap.
5. Reconnect power.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Input Sensitivity/Input Impedance
DJ Mic (XLR jack) ....................... 1.5 mV/600 Ohms, Balanced/Unbalanced
Mic 2 (Phone jack) ...................... 1.5 mV/600 Ohms, Balanced/Unbalanced
PHONO 1, PHONO 2 .............................................................. 3 mV/50 kOhms
LINE 1, LINE 2 , LINE 3, LINE 4 ........................................... 150 mV/10 kOhms
Output Level
Main Out .................................................................................. 2 V/10 kOhms
Record .............................................................................. 100 mV/10 kOhms
Frequency Response .................................................... 20 Hz–20 kHz +3 dB
S/N Ratio (for 1 kHz Input)
Mic ........................................................................................................ 60 dB
Phono ................................................................................................... 70 dB
Line ...................................................................................................... 80 dB
Distortion
Mic ......................................................................................................... 0.2%
Phono .................................................................................................. 0.05%
Line ..................................................................................................... 0.03%
Tone Control ( MIC)
Treble ................................................................................................. ±10 dB
Bass ................................................................................................... ±10 dB
Tone Control ( MASTER)
Treble ................................................................................................. ±10 dB
Middle ................................................................................................. ±10 dB
Bass ................................................................................................... ±10 dB
Talkover Attenuation .................................................................................... –16 dB
Power Source .......................................................... AC 120V AC, 60 Hz, 20 Watts
Dimensions (HWD) ............................................................... 43/4 × 19 × 71/2 Inches
(120 × 482 × 192 mm)
Weight ...................................................................................................... 8 lbs 9 oz
(3.9 kg)
Specifications are typical; individual units might vary. Specifications are subject to
change and improvement without notice.
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Limited One-Year Warranty
This product is warranted by RadioShack against manufacturing defects in material and workmanship under normal use for one (1) year from the date of purchase from RadioShack company-owned
stores and authorized RadioShack franchisees and dealers. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING
THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED
IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THE WRITTEN LIMITED WARRANTIES CONTAINED
HEREIN. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY TO CUSTOMER OR ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY WITH RESPECT TO ANY
LIABILITY, LOSS OR DAMAGE CAUSED DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY BY USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE PRODUCT OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY DAMAGES RESULTING FROM INCONVENIENCE, LOSS
OF TIME, DATA, PROPERTY, REVENUE, OR PROFIT OR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EVEN IF RadioShack HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow the limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
In the event of a product defect during the warranty period, take the product and the RadioShack
sales receipt as proof of purchase date to any RadioShack store. RadioShack will, at its option, unless otherwise provided by law: (a) correct the defect by product repair without charge for parts and
labor; (b) replace the product with one of the same or similar design; or (c) refund the purchase
price. All replaced parts and products, and products on which a refund is made, become the property of RadioShack. New or reconditioned parts and products may be used in the performance of
warranty service. Repaired or replaced parts and products are warranted for the remainder of the
original warranty period. You will be charged for repair or replacement of the product made after the
expiration of the warranty period.
This warranty does not cover: (a) damage or failure caused by or attributable to acts of God, abuse,
accident, misuse, improper or abnormal usage, failure to follow instructions, improper installation or
maintenance, alteration, lightning or other incidence of excess voltage or current; (b) any repairs
other than those provided by a RadioShack Authorized Service Facility; (c) consumables such as
fuses or batteries; (d) cosmetic damage; (e) transportation, shipping or insurance costs; or (f) costs
of product removal, installation, set-up service adjustment or reinstallation.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from
state to state.
RadioShack Customer Relations, Dept. W, 100 Throckmorton St., Suite 600, Fort Worth, TX 76102
We Service What We Sell
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RadioShack
A Division of Tandy Corporation
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
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