Yamaha DR100 Owner's manual

Yamaha DR100 Owner's manual
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FCC CERTIFICATION (USA) for DR100
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not in-
stalled and used properly, that is, in strict accordance with the manufacturer's in-
structions, may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has been
type tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B computing device in
accordance with the specifications in Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which
are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a resi-
dential installation. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to rado
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 the receiving antenna.
Relocate the computer with respect to the receiver.
Move the computer away from the receiver.
Plug the computer into a different outlet so that computer and receiver are on
different branch circuits.
If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/
television technician for additional suggestions. The user may find the following
booklet prepared by the Federal Communications Commission helpful;
“How to identify and Resolve Radio-TV interfernce problem”. This booklet is
available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402,
Stock No. 004-000-00345-4,
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THIS DIGITAL APPARATUS DOES NOT EXCEED THE “CLASS B” LIMITS FOR
RADIO NOISE EMISSIONS FROM DIGITAL APPARATUS SET OUT IN THE
RADIO INTERFERENCE REGULATON OF THE CANADIAN DEPARTMENT OF
COMMUNICATIONS.
LE PRESENT APPAREIL NUMERIQUE N'EMET PAS DE BRUITS RADIOELEC- .
TRIQUES DEPASSANT LES LIMITES APPLICABLES AUX APPAREILS NUMERI-
QUES DE LA “CLASSE B” PRESCRITES DANS LE REGLEMENT SUR LE
BROUILLAGE RADIOELECTRIQUE EDICTE PAR LE MINISTERE DES COMMU-
NICATIONS DU CANADA.
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you very much for purchasing the YAMAHA DR100 Digi-
tal Reverb.
The DR100 is a compact, half-rack sized stereo type digital
reverb offering four reverb programs and a 3 band equalizer.
In order to exploit the DR100's potential fully and to obtain a
troublefree performance for years to come, please read this
Operation Manual thoroughly before use.
CONTENTS
FEATURES ........ ee icc 3
PRECAUTIONS ..... ii ia, 4
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS
FRONT PANEL ....... iii. 5/6
REAR PANEL ............................ 7/8
REVERB MODES ........ iii. 8
SYSTEM EXAMPLES ............... i... 9/10
SPECIFICATIONS ..... i i iii, 11
DIMENSIONS ..... ei a ue 35
BLOCK DIAGRAM ........ iii 36
FEATURES
e Due to digital processing the 4 integrated reverb programs offer a natural, high-
grade reverb sound. Preset reverb programs are called up by one-touch operation.
e A MIX control allows exact balance adjustments between source sound and effect
sound.
® А 3-band equalizer permits minute response adjustments.
e [He output signal can be switched between reverb and normal sound by pressing
an integrated BYPASS switch, while a REV ON/OFF switch determines whether
signals from the rear panel LINE INPUT pass through the reverb circuit or not.
® Besides the MIC/INST input jack on the front panel the DR100 offers LINE input
jacks on the rear panel, which can be used at the same time. By pressing the REV
button OFF the signals from the rear input bypass the reverb unit and the reverb
effect applies only to the front input signals, ideal for playing along with record-
ings, CDs etc.
e LINE INPUT and OUTPUT are both equipped with RCA pin jacks and phone jacks.
LEVEL switches allow switching of the input leve! between —20 dB and -10 dB for
connecting a wide range of devices, allowing many applications like PA, recording,
audio reproduction etc.
e Due to its compact half-rack size and light weight the DR100 fits anywhere and is
easy to transport.
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PRECAUTIONS
e To prevent damage to the speakers make sure to switch the POWER to the
DR100 off and set the INPUT level controls to “0” before connecting LINE or MIC/
INST inputs.
e Always turn the power switch of other components (power amplifier, etc.) OFF
before connecting them to this unit. Also, turn this unit ON first, and the power
amplifier last.
e Use only the YAMAHA AC adaptor PA-1B or PA-5 or the power supply PW100.
Connecting another power adaptor with different polarity or voltage may cause
damage to the DR100.
e Place this unit in sufficient distance to TVs and radios to prevent its digital circuitry
from interfereing with radio or TV reception.
e Avoid using the unit in locations like the following to prevent damage or trouble.
* Places subject to direct sunlight, near heating devices, etc.
* Places with extreme temperatures.
Excessively humid or dusty places.
Places subject to strong vibration.
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e Do not apply force to switches and knobs.
e Do not open the case or tamper with the internal circultry to prevent damage and
the danger of electric jolts.
e Do not use benzine, thinner or solvents for cleaning the unit, and avoid spraying
aerosol-type insecticides near it {they may cause discoloration, etc.)
e After reading this Operation Manual, keep it in a safe place.
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS
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O Power switch (POWER) and indicator
When the POWER is switched ON ( -=-), the ON indicators lights up.
O MIC/INST input jack
For applying reverb to the source signals connect the source (microphone, elec-
tric guitar, keyboard etc.) to this jack.
The rear panel LINE INPUT jacks {) can be connected at the same time.
* Make sure to lower the MIC/INST input level control €) to “0” before plug-
ging In your Instrument.
O MICANST input level control (MIC/1INST)
This control adjusts the input level for elecric guitars or microphones etc. con-
nected to the MIC/INST jack €), while the rear panel FRONT JACK MIC/INST
LEVEL switch (Y sets the control range for this level control.
When connecting a microphone set the FRONT JACK switch on the rear panel to
the MIC position. When connecting an electric guitar or other instrument set the
FRONT JACK switch to the INST position and adjust the input level with this MIC/
INST input level control so that the “-3” segement of the level indicator @ lights
up sporadically.
* When connecting a condenser microphone set the FRONT JACK switch to the
INST position.
@ Reverb ON/OFF switch (REV)
This switch determines whether the signals from the rear panel LINE INPUT 10)
pass through the reverb circuit or not. When pressed (==) the reverb effect
applies to these signals (except when the BYPASS switch Q is pressed).
© LINE input level contro! (LINE)
This control is used for adjusting the input level of signals fed to the LINE INPUT
© on the rear panel. When connecting instruments to the rear panel LINE
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INPUT select the input level first with the -10 dB/-20 dB switch (E) on the rear
panel and then adjust this control so that the “-3” segment of the level indicator
@ lights up sporadically.
O Level Indicators
These indicators show the input level in a range from —20 dB to 0 dB.
Refer to these indicators when setting the input level controls ©. ©.
@ Reverb mode buttons (REVERB MODE) and indicators
These buttons access the 4 reverb programs and the bypass circuit.
When one of these buttons is pressed ON the LED above the button lights up.
* Reverb Programs (1 — 4)
You can choose between four programs differing in reverb time.
Program No. 1 has the shortest reverb time, the other programs offer longer
reverb times with program No. 4 creating the longest reverberations. The
reverb time affects the width and depth of the reverb effect.
(Refer to page 8for details about the reverb programs)
* BYPASS switch
When the BYPASS switch is pressed ON ( —) the signals from the LINE
INPUT jacks and MIC/INS jack will bypass the reverb circuit regardless of the
selected reverb program and will be sent directly to the OUTPUT jacks. (In this
case REV switch, MIX control, EQUALIZER controls will have no effect).
This switch is very handy when you want to apply the reverb effect only to
certain phrases.
© 3-Band equalizer controls (EQUALIZER)
These three controls for the low-range (LO), midrange (MID) and treble range (HI)
enable minute response adjustments. In the center position a flat response will
result, turning the control to the right (+) will boost, turning it to the left (=) will
attenuate the corresponding band. The cutting, boosting range is between + 15
de.
* LO ....For adjusting the low range (Shelving: 100 Hz).
* MID .. For adjusting the mid-range (Peaking: 2 kHz).
* HI... For adjusting the high range (Shelving: 10 kHz).
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The equalizer affects only the reverb sound.
© Mixing control (MIX)
Adjusts the balance between reverb sound and source sound. In the center
position of the MIX control reverb sound and source sound will be reproduced
with the same level. By turning the control to the right (WET) the reverb sound
level will increase, by turning it to the left (DRY) the source sound level will
increase. When using the unit in an effect or AUX SEND/RTN loop be sure to turn
this control fully to the right (WET).
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@ LINE input jacks (LINE INPUT L, R)
The LINE INPUT offers two kinds of terminal types for connection: RCA pin jacks
and phone jacks. The phone jacks take priority. When connecting the phone
jacks the RCA pin jacks will not accept any input signals. For monaural sources
connect either the left (L) or right (R) jack.
® LINE input level switch (LEVEL -20 dB/-10 dB)
To select the nominal input level for the input jacks between -20 dB and —10 dB.
Set it according to the connected equipment ‘s output level.
® MIC/NST level switch (FRONT JACK MIC/INST)
When connecting a microphone to the MIC/INST jack @ on the front panel set
this level switch to the MIC position. For connection of instruments like electric
guitars etc. set this switch to the INST position.
® Output jacks (OUTPUT L, R)
These RCA pin jacks and phone jacks are the output terminals of the unit. Both
can be used at the same time (the same signal is output through both).
D Output level switch (LEVEL -20 dB/-10 dB)
To select the nominal output level of the output jacks between —20 dB and -10
dB. Set it according to the connected equipment's input level.
(B Power supply terminals (DC12V IN, OUT)
This unit requires a DC +12 V power supply. Connect the output cable of an AC
adaptor or a cascade cable from the PW100 Power supply to this DC12V IN
terminal.
* Use only the YAMAHA AC adaptor PA-1B or PA-5 or the power supply PW100
for AC operation.
Using an AC adaptor other than these might cause damage to the unit.
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The DC12V OUT terminal supplies DC +12 V power to suitable YAMAHA compo-
nents like the MV100, the 0100, etc. However, the total current consumption of
this unit (220 mA) and connected YAMAHA components must be within the
maximum current supplied by the AC adaptor. For powering more than two
devices we recommend the YAMAHA power supply PW100 with a maximum
current yield of 2 A or the YAMAHA AC adaptor PA-5.
* Dont use a cascade arrangement for supplying power to the
Reverb processor R100.
REVERB MODES
This unit offers four different reverb programs to offer realistic acoustic simulations
of various concert places.
® REVERB MODE 1: (ROOM)
Produces the short and natural reverberations as if playing in a studio. Adds ambi-
ance and space to the sound.
® REVERB MODE 2: (LIVE HOUSE)
Creates the atmosphere of a live concert. This effects seems to spread the
sound without changing its contours.
® REVERB MODE 3: (HALL)
Produces the reverberations as found in a big hall. Creates a transparent sound
image with great depth and width.
® REVERB MODE 4: (STADIUM)
This effect has a long reverb time and simulates the acoustic of stadiums and
other open-air concert places.
SYSTEM EXAMPLES
1. Recording with reverb effect
To apply the reverb effect to the recording, loop the DR100 into the signal path by
connecting it to the AUX SND/RTN jacks of the mixer.
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2. Accompanying background music from tape, CD etc.
@ Connection to the DR100 front panel jack
* When connecting a microphone for * When connecting an electric guitar for
singing along accompanying a CD, tape recording
etc.,
Electric guitar INPUT
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* For applying the reverb effect also to the recording REV LINE
(CD, tape etc.) press the REV switch. / 1-0
When pressed the
reverb effect is ON
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SPECIFICATIONS
Input Terminals
LINE INPUT (REAR)
MIC/INST (FRONT)
Output Terminals
OUTPUT
Reverb Unit
Equalizer
Controls
LEDs
Power Supply
Current Consumption
Dimensions (W x H x D) :
Weight
Standard Accessory
* OdB = 0.775 Vrms
: RCA pin jacks (CH L, R), phone jacks (CH L, R)
Phone jacks have priority
Input level; -10 dB (245mV)/-20 dB (77.5mV) switchable
Input impedance; 20 kOhm
: Phone jack
Input level; —-50 dB (2.5mV)(MIC)/-24 dB (48.9mV)(INST)
switchable
Input impedance; 20 kOhm
: RCA pin jacks (CH L, R), phone jacks (CH L, В)
Output level; -10 dB(245mV)/-20 dB(77.5mV) switchable
Output impedance; 600 Ohm
: Sampling frequency; 20.8 kHz
A/D and D/A conversion; 16 bits
Reverb programs; 1 — 4 (ROOM, LIVE HOUSE, HALL,
STADIUM)
: LO (100 Hz), MID (2 kHz), Hi (10 kHz) +15 dB
: POWER switch, REV switch, LINE INPUT level control,
MIC/INST INPUT level control, REVERB MODE buttons
(1 — 4, BYPASS), 3-Band equalizer controls, MIX control,
FRONT JACK MIC/INST level selector switch, LINE [N-
PUT level selector switch (-20 dB, -10 dB), OUTPUT
level selector switch (-20 dB, -10 dB)
: 5-point (0, —3, —6, —10, —20)
: AC adaptor (DC +12 V) <OPTION>
: 220 mA
220 x 45.5 x 217 mm {8-11/16" x 1-13/16" x 8-9/16")
: 1.1 kg (2 lbs. 7 07)
: DC Cascade power supply cable x 1
* Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
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DIMENSIONS
DIMENSIONS
ABMESSUNGEN
ou - oo (7-7/8”) | por"
220 (8-11/16”)
UNIT = mm (inch)
Unité = mm (pouce)
Einheit = mm (zoll)
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BLOCK DIAGRAM
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MN ACCESSORIES/ACCESSOIRES/ACCESSOIRES
e Rack Mount Kit / RK100, RK200
e Kits de montage en rack / RK100, RK200
e Rack-Einbausatz / RK100, RK200
* These provide space for 19” rack mounting of YAMAHA #100 series units.
* Ces Kits permettent le montage en rack de 19” d'appareils YAMAHA de la série
100.
* Dienen zum Einbau von YAMAHA-Geraten der Serie 100 in 19 Zoll Racks.
RK100 (1U-Type / Type 1U / Typ 1U)
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1U
RK200 (2U-Type / Type 2U / Typ 2U)
2U
* Joint Metal / JK100
e Fixation / JK100
e Verbindungsstück / JK100
An accessory for setting up YAMAHA
JK100 |
> #100 series units.
* Un accessoire servant à installer
plusieurs appareils YAMAHA de la
série 100.
_ * Zubehór zum Aufeinanderstapeln von
—~— ^® mehreren YAMAHA-Geräten der Serie
o 100.
YAMAHA
МАНА CORPORATION
O.Box 1, Hamamatsu, Japan
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