VocoPro GIG-MASTER Owner's manual

VocoPro GIG-MASTER Owner's manual
THE SINGER'S ULTIMATE CHOICE
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All-in-one design pumps 180W of power through a 6-speaker cabinet
(90W + 90W peak to peak)
Multi-format player supports standard CD, DVD, CDG, VCD, MP3, PHOTO-CD, CD-R
and CD-RW formats
Dedicated 1/4” Guitar and Keyboard Inputs with individual Volume controls
Two 1/4”/XLR Microphone inputs with Bass, Treble, and individual Volume controls
Digital Echo with Repeat and Delay controls for vocal enhancement
13-step Digital Key Controller to transpose the natural key of disc player audio
Vocal Cancel and Partner modes for activating or removing lead vocals from
Multiplex media
7-band equalizer to fine tune your tone
Internal/External speaker selector with external speaker jacks
Remote control for easy operation
Inputs/Outputs: 2 pair RCA in and 2 pair RCA out, 2 VIDEO in and out and 1 pair
XLR Balanced Audio out.
110V-230V and NTSC/PAL compatible for worldwide use
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GIG-MASTER
Table of Contents
Safety instructions ...................................................................................... 2
FCC Information .......................................................................................... 3
Welcome .................................................................................................... 4
Listening For a Lifetime ................................................................................ 5
Specifications ............................................................................................. 6
Getting Connected
AV Inputs .......................................................................................... 7
Audio Outputs .................................................................................... 7
Video Outputs .................................................................................... 7
DVD Outputs .................................................................................. 8-9
Microphone/Instrument Connections .................................................. 10
Effect Loop ...................................................................................... 11
AC Devices ...................................................................................... 11
External Speakers ............................................................................ 11
Controls and Functions
Front Panel ................................................................................12-15
Rear Panel .................................................................................16-17
Remote Control ..........................................................................18-22
Operations
Basic Operations ........................................................................23-29
Setting Your Preferences ................................................................. 29
General Setup Page ........................................................................ 29
Audio Setup Page ........................................................................... 30
Video Setup Page ........................................................................... 31
Preference Page ............................................................................. 32
Password Setup Page ..................................................................... 32
TROUBLESHOOTING .............................................................................32-33
1
Safety Instructions
8. Ventilation - The appliance should be situated so its
location does not interfere with its proper ventilation. For
example, the appliance should not be situated on a bed,
sofa, rug, or similar surface that may block the
ventilation slots.
CAUTION
RISK OF SHOCK
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock,
do not remove cover (or back). No userserviceable parts inside. Only refer servicing to
qualified service personnel.
9. Heat - The appliance should be situated away from
heat sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or other appliances (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
10. Power Sources - The appliance should be
connected to a power supply only of the type described
in the operating instructions or as marked on the
appliance.
Explanation of Graphical Symbols
The lightning flash & arrowhead
symbol, within an equilateral triangle,
is intended to alert you to the
presence of danger.
11. Grounding or Polarization - Precautions should be
taken so that the grounding or polarization means of
an appliance is not defeated.
12. Power-Cord Protection - Power-supply cords
should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked
on or pinched by items placed upon or against them,
paying particular attention to cords at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit
from the appliance.
The exclamation point within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert
you to the presence of important
operating and servicing instructions.
WARNING
13. Cleaning - Unplug this unit from the wall outlet
before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or
aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do
not expose this unit to rain or moisture.
14. Power lines - An outdoor antenna should be
located away from power lines.
1. Read Instructions - All the safety and operating
instructions should be read before the appliance is
operated.
15. Nonuse Periods - The power cord of the appliance
should be unplugged from the outlet when left unused
for a long period of time.
2. Retain Instructions - The safety and operating
instructions should be retained for future reference.
16. Object and Liquid Entry - Care should be taken so
that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the
enclosure through openings.
3. Heed Warnings - All warnings on the appliance and in
the operating instructions should be adhered to.
17. Damage Requiring Service - The appliance should
be serviced by qualified service personnel when:
4. Follow Instructions - All operating and use
instructions should be followed.
A.
B.
C.
D.
The power supply cord or plug has been damaged; or
Objects have fallen into the appliance; or
The appliance has been exposed to rain; or
The appliance does not appear to operate normally
or exhibits a marked change in performance; or
E. The appliance has been dropped, or the enclosure
damaged.
5. Attachments - Do not use attachments not
recommended by the product manufacturer as they may
cause hazards.
6. Water and Moisture - Do not use this unit near water.
For example, near a bathtub or in a wet basement and
the like.
18. Servicing - The user should not attempt to service
the appliance beyond that described in the operating
instructions. All other servicing should be referred to
qualified service personnel.
7. Carts and Stands - The appliance should be used
only with a cart or stand that is recommended by the
manufacturer.
Note:
To CATV system installer's (U.S.A.): This reminder is
provided to call the CATV system installer's attention to
Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines for
proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the
cable ground shall be connected as close to the point of
cable entry as practical.
7 A. An appliance and cart combination
should be moved with care. Quick stops,
excessive force, and uneven surfaces may
cause an overturn.
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FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.)
CAUTION:
READ THIS BEFORE OPERATING YOUR UNIT
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS
UNIT!: This product, when installed as indicated in the
instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC
requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by
Vocopro may void your authority, granted by the FCC,
to use this product.
1. To ensure the finest performance, please read this
manual carefully. Keep it in a safe place for future reference.
2. Install your unit in a cool, dry, clean place - away from
windows, heat sources, and too much vibration, dust,
moisture or cold. Avoid sources of hum (transformers, v
motors). To prevent fire or electrical shock, do not expose to
rain and water.
2. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to
accessories and/or another product use only high
quality shielded cables. Cable(s) supplied with this
product MUST be used. Follow all installation
instructions. Failure to follow instructions could void your
FCC authorization to use this product in the U.S.A.
3. Do not operate the unit upside-down.
3. NOTE: This product has been tested and found to
comply with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations,
Part 15 for Class "B" digital devices. Compliance with
these requirements provides a reasonable level of
assurances that your use of this product in a residential
environment will not result in harmful interference with
other electronic devices. This equipment
generates/uses radio frequencies and, if not installed
and used according to the instructions found in the
owner's manual, may cause interference harmful to the
operation of other electronic devices. Compliance with
FCC regulations does not guarantee that interference
will not occur in all installations. If this product is found
to be the source of interference, which can be
determined by turning the unit "Off" and "On", please try
to eliminate the problem by using one of the following
measures:
4. Never open the cabinet. If a foreign object drops into the
set, contact your dealer.
Relocate either this product or the device that is being
affected by the interference.
9. This unit consumes a fair amount of power even when the
power switch is turned off. We recommend that you unplug
the power cord from the wall outlet if the unit is not going to
be used for a long time. This will save electricity and help
prevent fire hazards. To disconnect the cord, pull it out by
grasping the plug. Never pull the cord itself.
5. Place the unit in a location with adequate air circulation.
Do not interfere with its proper ventilation; this will cause the
internal temperature to rise and may result in a failure.
6. Do not use force on switches, knobs or cords. When
moving the unit, first turn the unit off. Then gently disconnect
the power plug and the cords connecting to other
equipment. Never pull the cord itself.
7. Do not attempt to clean the unit with chemical solvents:
this might damage the finish. Use a clean, dry cloth.
8. Be sure to read the "Troubleshooting" section on common
operating errors before concluding that your unit is faulty.
Use power outlets that are on different branch (circuit
breaker or fuse) circuits or install AC line filter(s).
In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient
the antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300-ohm ribbon
lead, change the lead-in to coaxial type cable.
10. To prevent lightning damage, pull out the power cord
and remove the antenna cable during an electrical storm.
If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory
results, please contact your local retailer authorized to
distribute Vocopro products. If you can not locate the
appropriate retailer, please contact Vocopro, 1728
Curtiss Court, La Verne, CA 91750.
11. The general digital signals may interfere with other
equipment such as tuners or receivers. Move the system
farther away from such equipment if interference is
observed.
NOTE:
Please check the copyright laws in your country
before recording from records, compact discs,
radio, etc. Recording of copyrighted material may
infringe copyright laws.
CAUTION
The apparatus is not disconnected from the AC power
source so long as it is connected to the wall outlet,
even if the apparatus itself is turned off. To fully insure
that the apparatus is indeed fully void if residual power,
leave unit disconnected from the AC outlet for at least
fifteen seconds.
Voltage Selector (General Model Only)
Be sure to position the voltage selector to match the
voltage of your local power lines before installing the
unit.
240V
120V
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Welcome...
And Thank you for purchasing the GIG-MASTER from VocoPro, your ultimate choice in
Karaoke entertainment! With years of experience in the music entertainment business,
VocoPro is a leading manufacturer of Karaoke equipment, and has been providing
patrons of bars, churches, schools, clubs and individual consumers the opportunity to
sound like a star with full-scale club models, in-home systems and mobile units. All our
products offer solid performance and sound reliability, and to reinforce our commitment
to customer satisfaction, we have customer service and technical support professionals
ready to assist you with your needs. We have provided some contact information for
you below.
VocoPro
1728 Curtiss Court
La Verne, CA 91750
Toll Free: 800-678-5348
TEL: 909-593-8893
FAX: 909-593-8890
VocoPro Company Email Directory
Customer Service & General Information
[email protected]
Tech Support
[email protected]
Remember Our Website
Be sure to visit the VocoPro website www.vocopro.com for the latest information on
new products, packages and promos. And while you're there don't forget to check out
our Club VocoPro for Karaoke news and events, chat rooms, club directories and even
a KJ Service directory!
We look forward to hearing you sound like a PRO, with VocoPro, your ultimate choice in
Karaoke entertainment.
FOR YOUR RECORDS
Please record the model number and serial number below, for easy reference, in case of loss or theft. These
numbers are located on the rear panel of the unit. Space is also provided for other relevant information
Model Number
Serial Number
Date of Purchase
Place of Purchase
4
Listening For A Lifetime
Selecting fine audio equipment such as the unit you ve just purchased is only the start of
your musical enjoyment. Now it s time to consider how you can maximize the fun and
excitement your equipment offers. VocoPro and the Electronic Industries Association s
Consumer Electronics Group want you to get the most out of your equipment by playing it
at a safe level. One that lets the sound come through loud and clear without annoying
blaring or distortion and, most importantly, without affecting your sensitive hearing.
Sound can be deceiving. Over time your hearing “comfort level” adapts to a higher volume
of sound. So what sounds “normal” can actually be loud and harmful to your hearing. Guard
against this by setting your equipment at a safe level BEFORE your hearing adapts.
To establish a safe level:
• Start your volume control at a low setting.
• Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably and clearly, and without
distortion.
Once you have established a comfortable sound level:
• Set the dial and leave it there.
• Pay attention to the different levels in various recordings.
Taking a minute to do this now will help to prevent hearing damage or loss in the future.
After all, we want you listening for a lifetime.
Used wisely, your new sound equipment will provide a lifetime of fun and enjoyment. Since
hearing damage from loud noise is often undetectable until it is too late, this manufacturer
and the Electronic Industries Association s Consumer Electronics Group recommend you
avoid prolonged exposure to excessive noise. This list of sound levels is included for your
protection.
Some common decibel ranges:
Level
Example
30
40
50
60
70
80
Quiet library, Soft whispers
Living room, Refrigerator, Bedroom away from traffic
Light traffic, Normal Conversation
Air Conditioner at 20 ft., Sewing machine
Vacuum cleaner, Hair dryer, Noisy Restaurant
Average city traffic, Garbage disposals, Alarm clock at 2 ft.
The following noises can be dangerous under constant exposure:
Level
Example
90
100
120
140
180
Subway, Motorcycle, Truck traffic, Lawn Mower
Garbage truck, Chainsaw, Pneumatics drill
Rock band concert in front of speakers
Gunshot blast, Jet plane
Rocket launching pad
-Information courtesy of the Deafness Research Foundation
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Specifications
AC INPUT VOLTAGE
115V / 230V
AUDIO OUTPUT POWER
180W (90W + 90W peak to peak)
AV1 AV2 AV3 AUDIO INPUT SENSITIVITY
500mV
VIDEO INPUT SENSITIVITY
1V
MIC INPUT SENSITIVITY
8 mV
KEYBOARD/GUITAR INPUT SENSITIVITY
8mV
VIDEO OUTPUT LEVEL
1V (Peak to Peak)
AUDIO OUTPUT LEVEL
500mV
S/N RATIO
80dB
PACKAGE CONTENTS
Items
GIG-MASTER Unit
Microphones
Microphone cables
RCA Cables
Remote Control
Power cord
Quantity
(1)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(1)
(1)
OPEN/CLOSE
DVD
POWER
AV1
AV2
1
2
4
5
AV3
3
6
8
9
0
+10
7
PBC
RETURN
SETUP
ENTER
MENU
TITLE
PLAY
+
STOP
=
-
F.SCAN
PREV
NEXT
LANG
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
OSD
SLOW
STEP
REPEAT
A-B
L/R
PAL/NTSC
TIME
ZOOM
PROG
RESUME
MODE
MUTE
VOCAL/P
b
-
VOCAL/C
PAUSE
+
MIC
B.SCAN
MUSIC
#
Digital Key Control
THE SINGER'S ULTIMATE CHOICE
If you find that any of the items mentioned above are missing from the box, please contact VocoPro before
proceeding.
6
Getting Connected
AV INPUT CONNECTIONS
To connect an external AV device such as a mixer or player, use RCA-type AV cables for all connections.
AV1 INPUT
VIDEO
R
L
VIDEO
R
L
For AUDIO, connect the L and R AUDIO OUTPUT jacks from the source player to the L (white) and R (red)
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AUDIO INPUT jacks on the
GIG-MASTER using one of the three AV channels of your choice.
RT OUT
VGA OUT
FL
For VIDEO, connect the VIDEO OUTPUT jack on the source player to the yellow VIDEO INPUT jack on the
Y
U/Pb
VIDEO
GIG-MASTER,
using the same channel you connected the audio to.
Power
AV2 INPUT
To Audio In
BALANCED AUDIO OUTPUT
BALANCED MIC INTPUT
AV3 INPUT
L
To Video In
FR COAXIAL
V/Pb
From Audio Out
S-VIDEO OPTICAL
R
MIC 1
MIC 2
From Video Out
A/V Device
AUDIO OUTPUT CONNECTIONS
SPEAKER 8
To output audio to external devices, there are three available jacks:
AUDIO OUTPUT 1 & 2 (RCA) and BALANCED AUDIO OUTPUT (XLR).
All three outputs can be connected simultaneously
VIDEO
OUT
L-MUSIC-R
L
For AUDIO OUTPUT 1 & 2, using an RCA-type audio
cable, connect the left
AC IN
and right AUDIO/LINE/AUX INPUT jacks on the external device to the left
INT
and EXT
right AUDIO OUTPUT 1 or 2 jacks on the GIG-MASTER.
Speacker Selector
R
EFFECT LOOP
AUDIO
OUT
R
L
For BALANCED AUDIO OUTPUT, using
two XLR-type audio cables, connect
the left and right AUDIO/LINE IN jacks
on the external device to the left and
right BALANCED AUDIO OUTPUT jacks
on the GIG-MASTER’s rear panel.
L
R
External Amplifier
VIDEO OUTPUT CONNECTIONS
The GIG-MASTER has two RCA-type VIDEO OUTPUT jacks for connecting to TVs or monitor devices.
Connecting to a TV with an RCA Connection
Using either the yellow RCA plug from the included RCA patch cable or a separate RCA patch cable, connect
one end to the RCA VIDEO OUTPUT jack on the GIG-MASTER and connect the other end to the VIDEO INPUT
jack on our TV or monitor device. Both VIDEO OUTPUTS can be connected simultaneously.
VIDEO
OUT
AUDIO
OUT
To Video In
TV 2
L
To Video In
R
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TV 1
MIC
Getting Connected Cont...
DVD OUTPUT CONNECTIONS
Connecting to a Dolby Pro Logic Amplifier
The GIG-MASTER allows DVD audio output for 5.1 or 7.1 configurations. With a 5.1 Amplifier, you will need
six RCA patch cables. Connect the plug from one side of each cable to the ML, CEN, SL, MR, SW and SR
outputs on the GIG-MASTER. Connect the plug from the other side of each cable to the corresponding ML,
CEN, SL, MR, SW and SR inputs on your 5.1 Amplifier.
A 7.1 Pro Logic configuration requires 2 additional RCA cables to be connected from the FL and FR outputs
of the GIG-MASTER to your 7.1 Amplifier.
DOLBY 5.1 AMPLIFIER
ML
CEN
SL
MR
SW
SR
FL
Y
FR COAXIAL
U/Pb
V/Pb
VIDEO
S-VIDEO OPTICAL
Connecting to a Dolby Amplifier
Connecting to a TV with Component Video
Using 3 appropriate Component Video cables (usually color coded red, blue and green), connect a set of
plugs to the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks (Y-U/Pb-V/Pr) on the GIG-MASTER and plug the other set of
plugs to the COMPONENT VIDEO IN jacks (Y-U/Pb-V/Pr) on your television. On some TVs, the component
video input jacks may be labeled differently (i.e. Pr/Pb/Y or Cr/Cb/Y or R-Y/B-Y/Y etc.). You will need to
press the MODE button on the remote control to toggle between YUV for Component Video, RGB for Composite Video and S-Video. You can only use the MODE button when there is no disc inserted in the disc tray.
VIDEO MONITOR
8
ML
CEN
SL
MR
SW
SR
FL
Y
FR COAXIAL
U/Pb
V/Pb
VIDEO
S-VIDEO OPTICAL
Getting Connected Cont...
Connecting to a DTS Receiver/Decoder
Using either an RCA-ended COAXIAL cable suited for digital audio use or an OPTICAL cable, connect one end
to the appropriate jack on the GIG-MASTER (COAXIAL or OPTICAL) and the other end to the
appropriate jack on the DTS receiver (COAXIAL or OPTICAL).
If you have both coaxial and optical inputs on your DTS decoder/receiver, it is recommended to use an optical connection as those cables eliminate the possibility of EMI (electromagnetic interference).
If your receiver does not have a built-in DTS decoder, and has 5.1 or 7.1 channel RCA inputs, you can use
the 5.1 or 7.1 channel output jacks on the GIG-MASTER. Either method will provide for DTS decoding.
ML
CEN
SL
MR
SW
SR
FL
Y
U/Pb
VIDEO
DTS DECODER/RECEIVER
FR COAXIAL
V/Pb
S-VIDEO OPTICAL
-OR-
Connecting to a TV or monitor with S-Video, VGA or SCART
Using an S-Video cable, connect one end to the GIG-MASTER’s S-VIDEO OUTPUT jack and connect the other
end to the S-VIDEO IN jack on your television.
VGA
SCART OUT
ML
CEN
SL
MR
SW
SR
VGA OUT
FL
Y
U/Pb
FR COAXIAL
V/Pb
VIDEO
S-VIDEO OPTICAL
S-VIDEO
Using a VGA cable, connect one end to the GIG-MASTER’s VGA OUTPUT jack and connect the other end to
the VGA IN jack on your HDTV/VIDEO monitor. See above.
Using a SCART cable, connect one end to the GIG-MASTER’s SCART OUTPUT jack and connect the other
end to the SCART IN jack on your TV System.
SCART
SCART OUT
9
ML
CEN
SL
MR
SW
SR
VGA OUT
FL
Y
FR COAXIAL
U/Pb
V/Pb
VIDEO
S-VIDEO OPTICAL
Getting Connected Cont...
MICROPHONE/INSTRUMENT INPUT CONNECTION
After completing your main system connections, it is time to get your microphones and instruments connected and ready for performing. Before you get started with your connections we recommend that you take
the following tips into consideration:
• When connecting instruments, refrain from using low quality or worn cables as they can cause
significant noise and loud pops, posing a threat to the system’s speakers.
• Use caution when connecting a chain of multiple effects pedals, as the output voltage may change
and possibly overload the GIG-MASTER’s input channel.
The GIG-MASTER has one guitar (¼”), one keyboard (¼”) and two microphone (¼”/XLR) inputs.
NOTE: Both the XLR and ¼” mic inputs cannot be used simultaneously.
To connect MICROPHONES via ¼” mic cables, connect the XLR-end of the cable into the MICROPHONE until
it locks into place and connect the ¼” plug into either the MIC 1 or 2 jack on the GIG-MASTER.
To connect MICROPHONES via XLR mic cables, attach the XLR “female” end of the cable into the “male”
three prong jack located at the base of your handheld MICROPHONE until it locks into place. Then
connect the XLR “male” jack at the other end of the cable into either of the BALANCED MIC 1 or 2 inputs on
the GIG-MASTER’s rear panel. It should be obvious which sides of your XLR cable are male and female as
there is only one possible connection.
To connect a GUITAR, connect a ¼” instrument cable from the GUITAR’s ¼” output to the GIG-MASTER’s ¼”
GUITAR input.
To connect a KEYBOARD, connect a ¼” instrument cable from the KEYBOARD’s ¼” output to the GIG-MASTER’s ¼” KEYBOARD input.
To Mic 1 Input
To Mic 2 Input
*The balanced XLR
mic inputs on the rear
panel can be used
instead of the 1/4" mic
inputs
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Getting Connected Cont...
CONNECTING EFFECTS USING THE EFFECT LOOP
By using the built-in EFFECT LOOP you can add external effects to vocals and/or music without compromising the quality of the original signal. We have equipped the GIG-MASTER with 3 “Loop Bars” to fill all the
EFFECT LOOP inputs and outputs. The Loop Bar for the MIC IN/OUT EFFECT LOOP enables the internal MIC
EFFECTS, and without this bar or other effect device in place, there will be no mic signal output. To use the
effects loop to connect external effects, remove the Loop Bar and replace it by using RCA cables. Connect
one RCA cable from the GIG-MASTER’s MUSIC/MIC OUT jack to the effects unit input. Then connect
another RCA cable from the effects unit output into the GIG-MASTER’s MUSIC/MIC INPUT jack. Use the MIC
IN/OUT when adding effects to the vocals and use the MUSIC IN/OUTs for LEFT and RIGHT when adding effects to the music.
AUDIO INPUT
EFFECT LOOP
L-MUSIC-R
MIC
INAUDIBLE
-
OUT
GAIN
30
27
24
21
18
15
12
9
6
4
2
1
LEVEL
CH 1
+
-10
-20
50
2.5
-10
-20
-35
-30
-20
-10
-6
-3
0
+3
+6
INAUDIBLE
-
0.5
0
3
OUT
-50
0
OFF
+10
THRESHOLD
dB
IN
+10
-30
-40
+20
THRESHOLD
dB
0.1
1
RATIO
N.1
.05
200
ATTACK
mSec
AUTO
4
RELEASE
Sec
-20
+20
OUTPUT
dB
OFF
6
30
27
ENHANCER
24
21
18
15
12
9
6
4
-20
2
1
LEVEL
CH 2
50
2.5
-10
-10
-30
-20
-10
0.5
-6
-3
0
+3
+6
0
3
0
OUT
-50
0
OFF
PROCESS
IN
COMPRESSOR/LIMITER
EXPANDER/GATE
MONO
MANUAL
8
1.5
GAIN
+
-20
-35
0
+10
STEREO
THRESHOLD
dB
MODE
EXPANDER/GATE
+10
-30
-40
+20
THRESHOLD
dB
MANUAL
8
1.5
0.1
1
RATIO
M1
msec
CLG-600
.05
200
AUTO
COMPRESSOR/LIMITER
4
RELEASE
Sec
-20
+20
OUTPUT
dB
OFF
6
DUAL CHANNEL COMPRESSOR
LIMITER WITH GATE
IN
ENHANCER
AUDIO OUTPUT
AC DEVICE CONNECTIONS
The GIG-MASTER has an AC power outlet on the rear panel to provide power to a connecting device.
NOTE: A device with a power consumption rating over 200W should not be connected as that exceeds the allowable power feed.
Doing so may cause serious damage to both devices and may void your warranty.
CONNECTING EXTERNAL SPEAKERS
The GIG-MASTER has a set of speaker connectors for connection to external speakers. Remember that only
speakers with an impedance rating of 8 ohms should be connected.
To connect speakers, first unlock the plastic fasteners on each speaker connector by pushing downward on
them. Then strip approximately a 1 /2 “ of insulation from the speaker wire ends and twist the strands so
that they can easily slide through the holes. Once a wire is inserted, lock them in place with the fasteners by
pushing upward on them. It is easy to over-insert a wire into a speaker connector so that the insulation is
inserted as well. To ensure this doesn’t happen, only insert the wires to the point where you can still see the
edge of the insulation.
SPEAKER 8
*Set to EXT for
External Speaker
Output
INT
EXT
Speacker Selector
R
11
L
Front Panel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1. INPUT - This button toggles through all the INPUT channels (DVD, AV 1/2/3) for available INPUT
SOURCES.
2. POWER/STANDBY - This button is used to turn the GIG-MASTER ‘ON’ or place it in STANDBY mode.
NOTE: When in STANDBY mode, the GIG-MASTER is not completely powered down and still contains residual power. This button
will not turn the GIG-MASTER on if the MAIN POWER switch on the rear panel is switched off. To completely turn the power off,
use the MAIN POWER switch on the rear panel of the GIG-MASTER.
3. GRAPHIC DISPLAY - This panel displays all graphical information regarding system operations,
settings and performance.
4. DIRECT TRACK ACCESS - These buttons allow for DIRECT TRACK selection. For tracks 10 and
up, press the +10 button. For example, to go directly to track 13, you would press +10 and 3, and for
track 22, you would press +10, +10 and 2.
5. REMOTE SENSOR - This sensor receives infrared signals transmitted by the REMOTE CONTROL
transmitter.
NOTE: Obstacles located between the remote control and remote sensor should be avoided as they can prevent signal recognition.
6. STOP - This button is used to STOP disc PLAYBACK.
7. PLAY - This button is used to initiate disc PLAYBACK.
8. PAUSE - This button is used to PAUSE disc PLAYBACK.
9. PBC - The PBC (play back control) button toggles the PBC mode ON/OFF. When in PBC mode, you
can use direct access to tracks/scenes by using the NUMBER PAD on the REMOTE CONTROL. This
feature is used primarily with VCD, MP3 and PHOTO-CD discs. NOTE: Not all discs have PBC support
coding. Check to make sure a disc has PBC support before trying to use the feature. Pressing the PBC
button during the playback of a track/scene will cause the playback to stop and restart.
10. PREV - This button is used to go back to a PREVIOUS track.
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14
15
16
17
18
19
11. NEXT - This button is used to advance to the NEXT track.
12. B-SCAN - This button is used to scan BACKWARD through a track on a disc while it is playing.
13. F-SCAN - This button is used to scan FORWARD through a track on a disc while it is playing.
14. MUTE - Press this button to silence audio playback. Press a second time to return to audio
playback.
15. L/R - This button will cycle between four audio playback modes: STEREO, LEFT/LEFT, RIGHT/RIGHT
and LEFT/RIGHT. In STEREO mode, audio playback is standard L/R audio. In L/L mode, the right
channel is removed and replaced with a duplicate left channel. In R/R mode, the left channel is removed
and replaced with a duplicate right channel.
16. LANG - This button selects LANGUAGE options with compatible DVDs.
17. DISC TRAY - This is where discs are placed for playback. The DISC TRAY is operated using the EJECT
button on the GIG-MASTER or the OPEN/CLOSE button on the remote.
18. DIGITAL KEY CONTROL - These buttons direct the DIGITAL KEY CONTROLLER to either raise,
lower or reset the musical key of audio from the disc player.
# - Raises the musical key a half-step each time it is pressed.
- Resets the musical key to its original key.
b - Lowers the musical key a half-step each time it is pressed.
19. EJECT - This button is used to OPEN/CLOSE the DISC tray.
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Front Panel Cont...
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25
26
24
23
22
21
27
28
29
30
31
20. LOW - This control increases/decreases the amount of LOW frequency response applied to the
MASTER VOLUME output.
21. HI - This control increases/decreases the amount of HI frequency response applied to the
MASTER VOLUME output.
22. ECHO - This control adjusts the level of ECHO applied to the MIC channels. Turn control
clockwise to INCREASE and counter-clockwise to DECREASE the level of ECHO.
23. REPEAT - Use this control to adjust the REPEAT setting of the ECHO effect. As REPEAT adjusts
the total number of echo intervals prior to fade-out, the more REPEAT that is applied, the more ECHO
intervals will occur prior to fade-out. Turn control clockwise to INCREASE and counter-clockwise to
DECREASE level.
24. DELAY - Use this control to adjust the DELAY setting of the ECHO effect. As DELAY adjusts the
total begin-to-end length of each echo interval, the more DELAY that is applied, the longer each ECHO
interval will take to complete. Turn control clockwise to INCREASE and counter-clockwise to DECREASE
level.
25 & 26. MIC INPUTS 1, 2 - These inputs are for connecting MICROPHONES with a ¼” plug.
NOTE: With MIC INPUTS 1 and 2, you must select between either XLR (rear panel) or ¼” (front panel). Both types of inputs for
each INPUT number cannot be used simultaneously.
27 & 28. MIC 1 / 2 VOLUME - These controls adjust the VOLUME levels of MIC channels 1 and 2
individually. Turn controls clockwise to INCREASE and counter-clockwise to DECREASE.
29. HEADPHONES - This jack is used to connect HEADPHONES equipped with a ¼” plug.
30. HEADPHONES VOLUME control - This control is used to set the VOLUME for the HEADPHONES.
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Front Panel Cont...
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41
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
32. EQ ON/OFF - This button is used to turn the 7-band Graphic Equalizer ON and OFF. Press the EQ
button in to activate the equalizer. In the out position, the equalizer is bypassed.
33. MUSIC VOLUME control - This control increases/decreases the MUSIC VOLUME level. Turn clockwise
to increase MUSIC VOLUME and counter-clockwise to decrease the MUSIC VOLUME.
34. AV3 INPUT - These jacks are for connecting AUDIO/VIDEO OUTPUT from an external AV
SOURCE. Connect RCA-style AV cables from these jacks to the AV OUTPUT jacks on you
external AV device.
35. MUSIC EQ - This GRAPHIC EQ is used to BOOST and/or CUT particular frequencies from
SOURCE MUSIC output. Each slide fader processes a particular frequency range indicated by the
number above it. Frequencies from 30Hz - 120Hz constitute the very low to low range. Frequencies
from 120Hz to 1kHz are the mid-range and frequencies from 1kHz to 16kHz make up the high to very
high range. To adjust, slide the fader up to boost the frequency presence or down to cut the frequency.
36. KEYBOARD VOLUME - This controls is used to set the VOLUME level for a KEYBOARD
connected to the KEYBOARD INPUT JACK.
37. KEYBOARD INPUT - This input is used to connect a KEYBOARD device via a ¼” instrument cable.
38. GUITAR VOLUME - This controls is used to set the VOLUME level for a GUITAR connected to
the GUITAR INPUT.
39. GUITAR INPUT - This input is used to connect a GUITAR via a ¼” instrument cable.
40. VOCAL PARTNER - When you enable the VOCAL PARTNER feature by pressing this button, the lead
vocal layer will be removed only while you are singing into the microphone. When you stop singing
into the microphone, the lead vocal layer will automatically be added back into the music. To activate
VOCAL PARTNER, press button once. To remove VOCAL PARTNER, press it again.
NOTE: If you try to utilize this feature while a standard or non-multiplex disc is playing, it will not work as this
feature is designed to work with multiplex discs only.
41. VOCAL CANCEL - This feature is used to cancel out the lead vocal layer on a multiplex format CD+G or
VCD disc. In order for this feature to work, the disc must be multiplex formatted. To activate, press the
VOCAL CANCEL button once to remove the lead vocal layer. Press a second time, and the lead vocal
layer will be reestablished. NOTE: If you try to utilize this feature while a standard or non-multiplex disc is
playing, it will not work as this feature is designed to work with multiplex discs only.
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Rear Panel
1
VIDEO
R
L
VIDEO
R
L
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SCART OUT
ML
AV1 INPUT
8
6
CEN
SL
VGA OUT
FL
Y
U/Pb
VIDEO
Power
AV2 INPUT
9
BALANCED AUDIO OUTPUT
L
MR
SW
SR
FR COAXIAL
V/Pb
3
4
MIC 1
R
MIC 2
S-VIDEO OPTICAL
5
2
BALANCED MIC INTPUT
7
SPEAKER 8 Ω
VIDEO
OUT
EFFECT LOOP
AUDIO
OUT
L-MUSIC-R
MIC
L
OUT
R
IN
AC IN
INT
EXT
Speacker Selector
R
L
1. SCART OUT - Use this jack for connection to European TV systems.
2. 5.1/7.1 CHANNEL AUDIO OUTPUT jacks - These jacks are for connecting to 5.1 or 7.1 channel
ready amplifiers/recievers. The labels on each jack specify which speaker in your surround sound
system output is sent to: ML- middle left, MR- middle right, CENT- center, SW- subwoofer, SL- side left,
SR- side right, FL- front left, FR- front right.
3. COAXIAL OUTPUT - This digital output is for connecting devices with a COAXIAL cable.
4. COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUT - These jacks output VIDEO to a TV monitor via COMPONENT VIDEO
cables. COMPONENT VIDEO outputs the different color signals (U/Pb and V/Pr) and luminance signal
(Y) separately for high-fidelity in reproducing colors. The description of the component video out
put connectors may differ depending on the TV set or monitor i.e. Pr/Pb/Y or Cr/Cb/Y or R-Y/B-Y/Y.
Component video cables only transmit the video signal, separate cables are needed for audio signals.
Please refer to the operating instructions of the TV set or monitor for details.
5. VIDEO (RCA) and S-VIDEO OUT jacks - These jacks output video to a display device (TV, TFT, etc.). The
VIDEO jack outputs video using an RCA video cable. The S-VIDEO jack uses an S-VIDEO cable. S-VIDEO
provides better color separation and better resolution by separating the color and picture signals of a
composite-video signal.
6. VGA - For direct connection, using a VGA cable to an HDTV/VIDEO Monitor.
7. OPTICAL OUTPUT - This digital out is for connecting devices with an OPTICAL cable. Please make sure
to remove the protective cover from this jack prior to connecting an OPTICAL cable. When not using
this input, keep the protective cover on to protect it from dust and foreign material.
8. VOLTAGE SELECTOR - This selector toggles between 110-120V and 220-240V power settings. Please
make sure this toggle is set to the correct position, matching the receiving AC outlet’s power supply
before plugging it in and operating it. Doing so may cause severe damage to the unit and void your
product warranty.
9. FUSE terminal - This terminal houses the GIG-MASTER’s main system FUSE. NOTE: If fuse replacement
is necessary, only replace with the same type and rating of fuse.
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Rear Panel Cont...
AV1 INPUT
10
VIDEO
R
L
R
L
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SCART OUT
ML
CEN
SL
12
VGA OUT
FL
Y
U/Pb
VIDEO
Power
VIDEO
AV2 INPUT
BALANCED AUDIO OUTPUT
L
MR
SW
SR
FR COAXIAL
V/Pb
R
BALANCED MIC INTPUT
11
MIC 1
MIC 2
SPEAKER 8 Ω
16
VIDEO
OUT
15
EFFECT LOOP
AUDIO
OUT
L-MUSIC-R
L
14
AC IN
17
18
MIC
OUT
20
19
R
INT
13
S-VIDEO OPTICAL
IN
EXT
Speacker Selector
R
L
10. MAIN POWER switch. This switch turns the GIG-MASTER’s MAIN POWER On and Off.
NOTE: The red POWER /STANDBY button on the front panel will not turn the GIG-MASTER on if the MAIN POWER switch is
switched OFF.
11. BALANCED AUDIO OUTPUT jacks - These XLR jacks are for connecting MASTER output to an
external device with balanced cables.
12. AV 1-2 INPUT jacks - These jacks are for connecting AUDIO/VIDEO OUTPUT from external AV
SOURCES. Connect RCA-style AV cables (R, W, Y) from these jacks to the AV OUTPUT jacks on your
external AV devices.
13. BALANCED MIC 1-2 INPUT (XLR) - These jacks are for connecting microphones via BALANCED
XLR-type microphone cables.
NOTE: Both the XLR and ¼” MIC jacks cannot be used simultaneously for the same MIC INPUT number.
14. INTERNAL/EXTERNAL SPEAKER selector - This selector toggles the GIG-MASTER’s master output
to be played through either the BUILT-IN speakers or EXTERNAL speakers connected to the EXTERNAL
SPEAKER CONNECTORS.
NOTE: You cannot playback from both INTERNAL and EXTERNAL speakers simultaneously.
15. EXTERNAL SPEAKER connectors - These connectors are for connecting EXTERNAL SPEAKERS to be
used for playback instead of the BUILT-IN SPEAKERS.
NOTE: Only connect one 8-ohms rated speaker to each speaker connector.
16. AC POWER outlet - This outlet provides AC POWER to an external device.
NOTE: Do not connect any device with a power consumption level higher than 200W.
17. AC~IN terminal - Connect AC MAIN POWER CORD from the wall outlet to this terminal.
18. VIDEO OUT 1-2 jacks (RCA) - These jacks are for connecting the GIG-MASTER’s VIDEO OUTPUT to TV
or DISPLAY devices. Connect RCA-type patch cables from these jacks to the VIDEO INPUT jacks on the
connecting TV or display devices.
19. AUDIO OUT 1-2 jacks (RCA) - These jacks are for connecting the GIG-MASTER’s AUDIO OUTPUT to an
amplifier, recording or mixing devices. Connect paired RCA-type patch cables from these jacks to the
appropriate INPUT jacks on external audio devices.
20. EFFECTS LOOP jacks - The effects loop allows you to add external effects to the audio signal without
compromising the original signal. Use the MIC IN/OUT when adding effects to the vocal signal and use
the MUSIC IN/OUT when adding effects to the music.
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Remote Control:
Description and Functions
1. DVD - This button selects the DVD player as the input to be
used.
2. OPEN/CLOSE - This button is used to OPEN/CLOSE the DISC
tray.
3
2
4
OPEN/CLOSE
1
6
DVD
3. AV 1/2/3 - Use these buttons to select between the GIGMASTER’s three A/V INPUTs.
POWER
AV1
AV2
AV3
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
+10
PBC
8
RETURN
NOTE: When in STANDBY mode, the GIG-MASTER is not completely powered
down and still contains residual power. This button will not turn the GIGMASTER on if the MAIN POWER switch on the rear panel is switched off. To
completely turn the power off, use the MAIN POWER switch on the rear panel
of the GIG-MASTER.
7
SETUP
9
10
11
ENTER
MENU
TITLE
12
PLAY
+
+
STOP
PAUSE
=
MIC
-
B.SCAN
F.SCAN
PREV
NEXT
LANG
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
OSD
SLOW
STEP
REPEAT
A-B
L/R
PAL/NTSC
TIME
ZOOM
PROG
RESUME
MODE
MUTE
VOCAL/P
b
-
VOCAL/C
MUSIC
#
4. POWER - This button is used to turn the GIG-MASTER ‘ON’ or
place it in STANDBY mode.
5. NUMBER PAD - Use these buttons for direct track selection,
selecting tracks in program mode or any other occasion where
numeric entry is needed. The +10 button adds 10 to the track
number each time it is pressed: 10, 20, 30 etc.
6. PBC -The PBC (play back control) button toggles the PBC
mode ON/OFF. When in PBC mode, you can direct access
tracks/scenes by using the NUMBER PAD. Not all discs have
PBC support coding. Check to make sure a disc has PBC support
before trying to use the feature. Pressing the PBC button during
the playback of a track/scene will cause the playback to stop and
restart.
7. SETUP - Use this button to access the GIG-MASTER’s setup
page on the video screen. You can navigate between the General
Setup Page, Audio Setup Page, Video Setup Page, and the Password Setup page using the DIRECTIONAL buttons (< ^ > v) on
your remote. Select options and make changes using the ENTER
button on the remote.
Digital Key Control
THE SINGER'S ULTIMATE CHOICE
8. RETURN - Press this button to return to a DVD’s main title
menu.
9. DIRECTIONAL KEYS (< ^ > v) - These buttons allow you to
navigate through the DVD menu screens, Setup Pages, and MP3
menus.
10. ENTER - This button is used to make selections in DVD
menus and the OSD when an entry is highlighted.
11. MENU - This button accesses the DVD menu screen.
12. PLAY - This button initiates playback for a disc loaded in the
disc tray.
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Remote Control:
Description and Functions Cont...
13. TITLE - Press to access the TITLE MENU of a DVD, VCD or
media disc. Press again to return back to disc playback. If the
TITLE MENU button is pressed during disc playback, playback is
paused. Upon exiting the TITLE MENU, playback is
resumed.
OPEN/CLOSE
DVD
POWER
AV1
AV2
14. MIC +/- - Use these buttons to control the MIC
volume, The (+) button increases the MIC volume and the (-)
button decreases the MIC volume.
AV3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
15. MUSIC +/- - Use these buttons to control the
MUSIC volume. The (+) button increases the MUSIC volume and
the (-) button decreases the MUSIC volume.
16. STOP - This button is used to STOP disc PLAYBACK.
PBC
0
+10
RETURN
ENTER
MENU
TITLE
STOP
PAUSE
=
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MUSIC
-
B.SCAN
F.SCAN
PREV
NEXT
LANG
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
OSD
SLOW
STEP
REPEAT
A-B
24
L/R
PAL/NTSC
TIME
ZOOM
28
17
20
19
26
+
-
16
22
MIC
13
15
PLAY
+
14
17. PAUSE - This button is used to PAUSE disc
PLAYBACK.
SETUP
23
27
21
PROG
RESUME
VOCAL/P
b
VOCAL/C
MODE
MUTE
#
Digital Key Control
THE SINGER'S ULTIMATE CHOICE
19. F-SCAN - This button is used to scan FORWARD through a
track on a disc while it is playing.
20. NEXT - This button is used to advance to the NEXT track.
21. PREV - This button is used to go back to a PREVIOUS track.
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18. B-SCAN - This button is used to scan BACKWARD through
a track on a disc while it is playing.
22. LANG - This button switches between the
LANGUAGES in a DVD that contains multiple LANGUAGES.
23. SUBTITLE - This button accesses the subtitle options for the
DVD player. Will only work with DVDs that have subtitle options.
24. OSD - Press this button to display the DISC
PLAYBACK STATUS on the video display. Pressing this button
repeatedly cycles between showing the TRACK TIME REMAINING,
TRACK TIME ELAPSED, TOTAL DISC TIME REMAINING and TOTAL
DISC TIME ELAPSED.
25. ANGLE - This button allows you to switch between different
video ANGLES on DVDs that employ multi-angle video.
26. SLOW - Press this button to execute a SLOW motion playback of a DVD or VCD. Press SLOW to cycle through the 4 available playback speeds: 1/2 speed, 1/4 speed, 1/8 speed and
normal. Press the PLAY button to cancel slow-motion
playback.
30. L/R - This button is used to select the audio playback mode:
LEFT/LEFT, RIGHT/RIGHT MIX-MONO and STEREO.
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Remote Control:
Description and Functions Cont...
31. PAL/NTSC - Use this button to select between PAL/NTSC
video modes. For U.S., Mexico, and Canada, select NTSC. For
European countries, select PAL.
OPEN/CLOSE
DVD
POWER
AV1
AV2
32. ZOOM - This button allows you to ZOOM in to the DVD image on the screen by using several preset ZOOM levels. You can
ZOOM in at 2x, 3x, and 4x and ZOOM out at 1/2, 1/3, and 1/4
the size of the original picture. This is useful for eliminating bars
above and below the image when viewing widescreen movies.
AV3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
33. TIME - Press this button to manually input a TRACK or TIME
MARKER that the GIG-MASTER will immediately start playback
from.
PBC
0
+10
RETURN
34. PROGRAM - Press this button to enter track PROGRAM
mode. The disc must be stopped to enter PROGRAM mode. See
the PROGRAM function in the Operations section of this manual
for a detailed explanation of this feature.
SETUP
ENTER
MENU
TITLE
35. RESUME - Press this button to go back to a
specified time.
PLAY
+
STOP
PAUSE
=
MIC
+
-
B.SCAN
F.SCAN
PREV
NEXT
LANG
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
OSD
SLOW
STEP
REPEAT
A-B
L/R
PAL/NTSC
TIME
ZOOM
PROG
RESUME
MODE
MUTE
VOCAL/P
b
-
MUSIC
36. MUTE - Press this button to MUTE or silence the audio track
during playback. Press MUTE a second time to restore the audio
playback.
37. MODE - This button toggles between the different variants of
component video, RGB (European), YUV (US), and S- Video.
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34
VOCAL/C
35
33
#
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Digital Key Control
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38
39
38. VOCAL/P (Vocal Partner) - To activate VOCAL PARTNER,
press button once. To remove VOCAL PARTNER, press a second
time.
NOTE: If you try to utilize this feature while a standard or non-multiplex disc is
playing, it will not work as this feature is designed to work on multiplex format
discs only.
THE SINGER'S ULTIMATE CHOICE
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39. VOCAL/C (Vocal Cancel) - In order for this feature to work
properly, the disc must be multiplex formatted. Press the VOCAL CANCEL button once to remove the lead vocal layer. Press a
second time, and the lead vocal layer will be reestablished. NOTE:
If you try to utilize this feature while a standard or non-multiplex
disc is playing, it will not work as this feature is designed to work
with multiplex format discs only.
40. DIGITAL KEY CONTROL - These buttons direct the DIGITAL KEY CONTROLLER
# - Raises the musical key a half-step each time it is pressed.
- Resets the musical key to it’s original key.
b - Lowers the musical key a half-step each time it is pressed
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Remote Control:
Description and Functions Cont...
Using the Remote Control
When operating the remote control, point the top of the remote control toward the GIG-MASTER’s remote
sensor on the front panel and ensure that there is a clear line of sight between the remote control and
GIG-MASTER void of obstacles in order to prevent signal deflection.
Digital Key Control
VOCAL/C
THE SINGER'S ULTIMATE CHOICE
THE SINGER'S ULTIMATE CHOICE
#
Digital Key Control
b
#
b
MUTE
MODE
RESUME
PROG
VOCAL/P
VOCAL/C
VOCAL/P
A-B
MUTE
ZOOM
TIME
MODE
REPEAT
STEP
RESUME
PAL/NTSC
L/R
SLOW
PROG
A-B
OSD
TIME
STEP
L/R
ZOOM
ANGLE
SUBTITLE
PAL/NTSC
LANG
SLOW
REPEAT
-
OSD
ANGLE
SUBTITLE
LANG
-
NEXT
PREV
F.SCAN
-
B.SCAN
+
PREV
F.SCAN
STOP
MIC
NEXT
MUSIC
PAUSE
-
B.SCAN
+
+
MENU
MUSIC
PLAY
ENTER
0
RETURN
7
4
PBC
PAUSE
+
MENU
TITLE
+10
SETUP
7
PBC
5
8
2
1
AV1
DVD
OPEN/CLOSE
=
STOP
PLAY
ENTER
8
0
5
4
RETURN
9
6
3
AV3
=
MIC
TITLE
9
+10
SETUP
3
AV3
6
2
1
AV2
DVD
AV2
Approximately 35 feet
POWER
OPEN/CLOSE
AV1
Approximately 35 feet
POWER
When to replace the batteries
The maximum operational distance between the remote control and the sensor is approximately 35 feet. If
the remote only operates at shorter distances, it is time to replace the batteries.
Installing the batteries
To install the batteries, first remove the battery compartment lid from the back of the remote control. Insert
two AAA batteries, ensuring that the polarities are aligned correctly.
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Operations
Preparing a Disc for Playback
Turn the power on by pressing the POWER button on the front panel and make sure that the MAIN POWER
on the rear panel is also in the on position. Press the EJECT button on the front panel or the OPEN/CLOSE
button on the remote to open the disc tray. Insert a disc, label side up, into the round recess in the tray.
Playing a Disc
Press the PLAY button on the front panel or the remote control to begin disc playback. Press the PREV/
NEXT buttons to skip to the beginning of the previous or next track. Press the STOP button to cease playback of the disc.
DVDs
The menu screen may be automatically displayed after loading a DVD, which contains a menu. Use the
DIRECTIONAL (< ^ > v) buttons to select the title/chapter you want to view, then press ENTER to start
playback.
Selecting a Playback Starting Point (using the TIME button)
Beginning from a Specific Time Within a Disc:
You can select the starting point within a disc. (for example, to start at exactly 3:43 into the disc, press the
TIME button once and then enter 0343. Playback will start automatically when the last digit is entered.
Beginning from a Specific Time Within a Track:
You can also select the starting point within a track. (for example, to start at exactly 3:43 into the track,
press the TIME button twice and then enter 0343. Playback will start automatically when the last digit is
entered.
Beginning from a Specific Track:
To select a track to start from, press the TIME button three times on the Remote Control. Using the number
buttons (0-9, +10), enter the track number to start with. (for example to start playback on track 5 or +10
and 4 to start playback on track 14). Playback will start automatically when the last digit is entered.
Customizing Audio Playback for MPX Media
Multiplexed discs are specially recorded so that the vocals can be removed for Karaoke. These discs are
recorded with the vocals on the right channel only. When the right channel is bypassed and the left channel
is split to both sides, the vocals disappear, leaving the music only. The L/R button on the GIG-MASTER’s front
panel and remote control allows you to select through 4 audio playback modes: LEFT CHANNEL ONLY, RIGHT
CHANNEL ONLY, LEFT/RIGHT CHANNELs MIXED and STEREO. To select, press the L/R button repeatedly.
Muting Playback
Pressing the MUTE button on the remote control silences the audio during playback of a disc. Press the
MUTE button again or either of the VOLUME buttons to restore audio playback.
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Operations
Displaying the Elapsed/Remaining Time
While the disc is playing, pressing the OSD button on the remote control will display the disc’s playback status. Press the OSD button to cycle between TOTAL (disc time) REMAINING, SINGLE (track time) REMAINING,
TOTAL (disc time) ELAPSED , and SINGLE (track time) ELAPSED.
Programming a Playback Sequence
Press the PROGRAM button to enter PROGRAM mode. When in PROGRAM mode the screen will display a
list of the tracks on the disc. Next to each track number there is a space to enter the order in which you
want each track to play. This allows you to customize the order in which the tracks on the disc will be played
back. For example: if you want Track 1 to play second, you would navigate to track 1 using the DIRECTIONAL
buttons (< ^ > v) and when track 1 is highlighted, press the ENTER button. Then you would enter “2” using
the number buttons (0-9, +10) and then press enter again. Press the PLAY button to begin playback of the
programmed sequence.
Note: Program mode cannot be entered while a disc is playing.
Repeat Playback
To repeat a track/scene press REPEAT once.
To repeat a disc/title press REPEAT twice.
To cancel REPEAT mode, either press the PLAY button, or cycle through the REPEAT options till REPEAT is
turned OFF
Repeating a Segment Using the A-B Feature
The starting point of the LOOP region is immediately commenced after pushing A-B. Press the A-B button
again to establish the LOOP ending point.
To cancel the A-B loop Press the A-B button a third time.
Note: You cannot search and skip tracks while using the A-B feature.
Programmed Playback
You can select up to 99 tracks to program. The program is maintained until the STOP button is pressed
twice or the unit is turned on or off.
Use the number buttons to select a track. Once selected, press PROGRAM to enter it into the program.
Repeat this procedure till you are complete with your program.
To start playback of a disc press PLAY.
You can cancel a program by pressing the STOP button twice, removing the disc or turning off the unit.
This function does not work unless you turn PBC on.
Changing Angles
When playing a DVD with multi-angles recorded, you can select the angle you want to view. During playback,
when a multi-angle scene comes on, the angle indication is displayed to queue you that more viewing angles
are available. Each time the ANGLE button is pressed, the next available viewing angle is initiated until returning to the original angle.
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MP3 FUNCTIONS AND OPERATIONS
The GIG-MASTER can play back MP3 files recorded to CD-ROM, CD/DVD-R or CD/DVD-RW discs.
Notes on MP3 Discs. An MP3 file stores audio data that has been compressed using the MPEG1
encoding scheme. Although PC terminology uses “files” and “folders” regarding MP3s and storage, in this
manual we refer to them as “tracks and albums”.
Notes on Playing MP3s
• An MP3 track must be recorded on a disc in the format compliant with ISO9660. Track order may differ from MP3 player to
MP3 player.
• The maximum allowable number of tracks and/or albums located on a disc is 900, including the root albums (directory).
• The maximum allowable depth of a nested folder is 127, including files.
• If a disc contains both audio as well as MP3 tracks, it will not play in the GIG-MASTER.
• Multi-session discs are limited to a total of 20 sessions.
• MP3 playback is optimal with MP3s encoded with a sampling rate of 44.1 kHz and a fixed bit rate of 128 Kbps.
• The unit may not play MP3 tracks recorded using a packet writing utility.
• The unit can only play back MP3 tracks having a file extension of “.mp3”.
• It may take 30 seconds or more before the unit can start playback of MP3s. This time depends on the number of recorded
tracks and the complexity of the album tree.
• If you play a non-MP3 track that has the “.mp3” file extension, the unit will skip to the next valid track automatically.
• Digital recordings with this unit cannot be done while playing back MP3 discs.
Notes on display indications during playback
• Up to 8 characters are displayed for the name of an album or track.
• Characters other than uppercase letters (“A” to “Z”), numerals (“0” to “9”) and underscore (“_”) may not be displayed, or may
be displayed in different characters.
• The elapsed playing time may not be displayed correctly for MP3 tracks.
• Depending on the condition of the recording equipment or the CD-R/RW or DVD-R/RW disc itself, a false album or track
which cannot by played on the unit may be displayed on a TV screen.
Notes on creating MP3 discs
• When converting audio data to MP3, create MP3 files with a sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz and a fixed bit rate of 128
Kbps.
• When creating MP3 discs, do not store more than 900 albums and/or tracks in a disc.
• To play tracks in the order they were recorded, ensure your encoding software is set up to auto arrange by name, or use only
one album (if they are already alphabetized) or place a three digit number in front of each track to set an order manually.
Recommended = 001-Song.mp3, 002-Song.mp3, 003-Song.mp3…
Not Recommended = 1-Song.mp3, 5-Song.mp3, 10-Song.mp3…
MP3 GLOSSARY
File Extension - A 3-character string added to a file name under the Windows or DOS environment is called
a “file extension”. A file extension is used mainly to identify types of files. The file extension for MP3 files is
“.mp3”.
ISO 9660 - ISO stands for the “International Organization for Standardization”. ISO 9660 determines the file
structure for CD-ROMs. This unit can play MP3 files recorded in the format compliant with ISO 9660.
Nesting of folders (albums) - To organize all your data files stored in a PC, you can store related files in a
folder. A folder can contain other folders as well as files. For example, FOLDER A can contain FOLDER B (as
well as files) and FOLDER B can contain FOLDER C (as well as other files).
Session - A session is one uninterrupted section of written data on a disc. A multi-session disc is a disc that
has more than two sessions.
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MP3 PLAYBACK
To load an MP3 disc:
The disc will automatically load and display the MP3 window. It may take up to 20 seconds for an MP3 disc
to be read depending on the complexity of the file structure.
00:00
00:00
0/0
To start playback of a disc:
Select the MP3 title that you want to begin playback with. If you have folders on the disc, you may need to
navigate through them to find the desired MP3 title.
Press PLAY.
You can cancel a program by pressing the STOP button twice or turning the unit on or off.
This function does not work unless you turn PBC on.
KARAOKE FUNCTIONS AND OPERATIONS
Notes on Karaoke Media
There are various types of Karaoke media available for playback with the GIG-MASTER. You can perform Karaoke with DVD, MP3, CDG and VCD formats. The thing to remember is how each type differs as far as audio
channels and video support.
DVD
DVD is the most advanced format of Karaoke media available today, harnessing exceptional audio and video
capabilities. DVD Karaoke media usually has motion video behind the Karaoke lyrics, making them an attractive choice to liven up the atmosphere. Also, because DVD audio is 6-channels, vocal cancellation and enhancement options are greater and higher in sound quality.
CDG
CDG has been the most commonly used format of Karaoke media for the last 7 years. It is very similar to a
standard CD, except it has video graphics that are decoded by your Karaoke player and displayed on screen.
In addition, many CDGs are specially ‘multiplex’ formatted with background music on the left channel and vocals on the right channel, so vocal cancellation can be done by simply adjusting the balance control.
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VCD
While the VCD format is not as popular in North America as it is in other countries, it remains an excellent
format to be used for Karaoke. Because video is not limited to 16 colors (as with CDG), VCDs tend to have
motion video behind the lyrics instead of a monotone screen, making them a bit more attractive to party
atmospheres. Most VCDs also have multiplexed coded audio for easy vocal cancellation.
Adjusting the Echo Level
Digital echo provides a very spacious feeling to the vocals. You can adjust the ECHO effect to sound several
ways.
1. First off, you can adjust the overall ECHO applied to the Mic channels via the ECHO VOLUME control. This
limits the echo to all three channels together.
2. After the ECHO level is set, you can start customizing the nature of the echo effect via the REPEAT and
DELAY controls. The REPEAT control adjusts the number of times the echo will repeat prior to fading out. The
DELAY control adjusts the interval time between each echo.
For example, a minimal REPEAT and maximum DELAY configuration would result in one echo repetition that
occurred seconds after the source sound. A maximum REPEAT and minimum DELAY configuration would
result in several echo repetitions occurring extremely close together, at times sounding slightly overlapped.
3. Start some background music and finalize the settings to achieve the “perfect” echo effect.
Using Digital Control
Digital Key Controllers are designed to transpose the natural key of source music up or down, so that singers
can perform songs that are normally out of their vocal range. You can use the Digital Key Controller to obtain
the desired musical key within 8 half-steps up or down from the original key.
1. To step down, press the left button marked “b”.
2. To step up, press the right button marked “#”.
3. To revert back to the original key, press the RESET button.
VIEWING A PHOTO-CD
To LOAD a PHOTO-CD:
1. Insert a PHOTO-CD to either automatically start a slideshow or display the Photo-CD selection window
To view PHOTO-CD images on-screen:
1.
Select a viewing MODE on the bottom of the menu using the remote control.
2.
Select a PHOTO from the menu (may be in a folder) to begin viewing.
3.
Press PLAY
4. Press the PAUSE button to PAUSE on an image. You can use the 9 or : buttons to maneuver through
the Photo’s in PAUSE mode
5.
Press STOP to cancel viewing the Photo-CD
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VIEWING VCDS
Tips on VCD Discs
There are two types of VCDs:
VCD 1/1.1 Format
This format of VCD has no menu, track search and other video features available, as this format does not
support PBC. The same as with audio CD’s, these discs will auto-play with full motion-picture audio and video,
but with no support for menus and custom track selection
VCD 2.0 Format
2.0 formatted VCDs are equipped with PBC support. PBC (playback control) allows for user-interaction with
system menus, search functions and other video-based operations. Moreover, high-resolution still pictures
(JPG/JPEG) can be displayed if they are embedded in a VCD track/scene
Playing VCDs
To LOAD a VCD disc:
1. Refer to “Basic and Advanced Operation” section for instructions
Track/Scene Searching
To SEARCH through a track/scene:
1. Press the 78 buttons on the remote control or front panel. Each time you press the 7 or 8 button, the
search speed increases
1. To fast forward a disc press 8
2. To fast reverse a disc press 7
3. To return to normal playback, press the PLAY button
Scene/Track Selection
To SKIP to the next chapter or track:
1. Press NEXT during playback. The disc position advances one chapter or track each time the button is
pressed
To RETURN to the previous chapter or track:
1. Press PREV twice in rapid succession to return to the beginning of the previous chapter or track.
NOTE: When using these features with a VCD1.1 disc with PBC on, you may be returned to the main menu.
To skip to the desired track directly using the number buttons:
1. During playback or in stop mode, enter the desired track number using the number buttons on the remote control. For example, to play track 3, press 3 and then ENTER.
NOTE: For numbers above 10, use the +10 key. For example, for track 22, press +10 twice and 2, then ENTER
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Step Mode
To ENTER STEP MODE during playback:
1. Press the STEP button. Each press, the program advances one frame. There is no audio during STEP
playback.
To RETURN to normal playback:
1. Press PLAY
Slow Playback
To enter SLOW MODE during playback:
1. Press SLOW. Each time SLOW is pressed, the play speed changes
NOTE: There is no audio during SLOW playback.
To return to normal playback:
1. Press PLAY
Setting your Preferences
Activate the Setup menu screen by pressing the SETUP button the Remote. Use the DIRECTIONAL (< ^ > v)
buttons to navigate within this menu to the desired subdirectory and press ENTER. The icon file tabs at the
top of the screen indicate which menu page your are in. The menu pages are the General Setup Page, Audio
Setup Page, Video Setup Page, Preference Page, and Password Setup Page.
General Setup Page
.. General setup page ..
.. Exit Setup menu ..
TV Display
Angle Mark
OSD Lang
Captions
Screen Saver
Last Memory
1. TV DISPLAY
Select between three TV display modes.
.. Audio .. to a normal TV, and a wide picture is.. shown
Password on
..
Normal/PS: When the player is connected
the full screen.
Speaker Setup
Normal/LB: When the player is connected
to a normal TV, and a wide picture isPassword
shownmode
at the top of the
SPDIF Setup
Password
screen with a black strip at both the Dolby
top Digital
and Setup
bottom of the screen.
Delay
Wide: When the player is connectedChannel
to a wide
screen TV, a wide picture is shown on the full screen.
Equalizer
3D Processing
HDCD
2. ANGLE MARK
Karaoke Setup
ON: The screen will show angle mark (if angle option is available).
OFF: The screen will not display the angle mark.
3. OSD LANG
Select the Language of the text on the On Screen Display.
English: Selects English as the language
(Chinese characters): Selects Chinese
as the
language.
.. Video
..
Component
TV Mode
Quality
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.. Preference ..
TV Type
PBC
Audio
Subtitle
Disc menu
Parental
Default
Operations
4. CAPTIONS
In this menu you can choose between having Closed Captioning turned ON or OFF.
6. SCREEN SAVER
In this menu you can choose between.. having
thepage
Screen
Saver turned ON or OFF... Exit
When
in ON
General setup
..
Setup menu
.. mode the
Screen Saver will turn on after the GIG-MASTER
has been idle for 10 minutes.
TV Display
Angle Mark
OSD Lang
Captions
Saver
GIG-MASTERScreen
will
retain
Last
Memory
7. LAST MEMORY
When ON is chosen, the
the last position of playback in its memory. This feature is
cancelled when the power is turned off. When OFF is chosen, the last position of playback will not be retained.
Audio Setup Page
.. Audio ..
.. Password ..
Speaker Setup
SPDIF Setup
Dolby Digital Setup
Channel Delay
Equalizer
3D Processing
HDCD
Karaoke Setup
Password mode
Password
1.
Speaker Setup
Video surround
..
Allows you to customize all aspects of.. you
sound speaker setup.
•
Component
Downmix - If the disc has PRO LOGIC
Dolby Stereo select
TV Mode
for virtual surround sound, which Quality
allows users only using
.. Preference ..
TV Type
LT/RT. For other stereo select
STEREO and select V SURR
PBC
2-speakers or headphones toAudio
take advantage of the surround
Subtitle
channels in DTS and DD 5.1 tracks
Disc menu
• For the FRONT SPEAKER, CENTER SPEAKER, and REAR SPEAKER settings, choose LARGE
if the corresponding
Parental
speaker is normal size to large, SMALL if the corresponding speaker is small, and OFFDefault
if there is no corresponding
speaker.
• Test Tone - Send a test tone to all speakers one by one. This is to ensure that all speakers are receiving the channel
they should be.
• Dialog - Can be used to control the volume of the player when DOWNMIX control is in LT/RT or STEREO mode.
• Post DRC - Allows you to turn the Post Dynamic Range Control ON, OFF, or on AUTO mode. DRC controls the
fluctuating volume levels that exist in most movies and in many music tracks.
2. SPDIF SETUP (Sony/Philips Digital Interface)
• SPDIF Output - Set the format of the overall SPDIF output. If you do not have your system connected to a surround
sound system using the SPDIF socket this option should be set to “Off”. If you have a 5.1 decoder, set this option to
“SPDIF/RAW”. If using audio CD signal, set this option to “SPDIF/PCM”. If you set the SPDIF output to MANUAL you
can set the SPDIF output separately for the CD, DOLBY DIGITAL, DTS, and MPEG outputs.
• PCM Channel - Select SPDIF L/R to choose the Front Left and Front Right channel for output, select SPDIF LS/RS to
choose the Left Surround and Right Surround channel for output, and select SPDIF C/LFE to choose the center and
subwoofer channel for output.
• LPCM OUT - Adjust the sampling rate for the analog audio output between 48KHz and 96KHz. Select 48K for digital
audio devices with a maximum sampling rate of 48K and select 96K for audio playback with devices that support 96K
sampling rate. LPCM 96K is optimized for progressive scan playback.
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3. DOLBY DIGITAL Setup
When set to “Stereo”, the player will output the left and right audio channels independently. When set to
“L-Mono”, the player will output the left channel to both left and right, when set to “R-Mono” the player will
output the right channel to both left and right, and when set to “Mix-Mono”, the left and right channels will be
mixed and output to both left and right
• DUAL MONO - Select STEREO for the player to output audio from both Left and Right Channels, L-MONO to output
audio from the Left channel only, R-MONO to output audio from the Right channel only, and MIX-MONO to output the
average audio signal from the Left and Right channels. NOTE: Use this setting when playing Dolby AC-3 encoded 2.. General setup page ..
channel discs.
.. Exit Setup menu ..
is Display
set to FULL, softer music will automatically increase and louder music will
• DYNAMIC - When Dynamic range TV
Angle
Markis at the OFF position, the function will be disabled. NOTE: This function is
automatically decrease. When the
slider
Lang
for use with Dolby Digital encodedOSD
discs.
Captions
Screen Saver
Last Memory
4. CHANNEL DELAY
Here you can set the DELAY time of the Front Left, Front Right, Center, Back Left, Back Right, speakers as
well as the Subwoofer in 10 CM increments.
5. Equalizer
Here you can set the equalizer mode using preset EQ settings (none, rock, pop, life, etc.). You can also turn
the BASS BOOST, SUPER BASS, and TREBLE BASS ON and OFF.
5. 3D PROCESSING
.. Audio ..
.. Password ..
Speaker
Setup
Here you can set the Reverb mode using
the
preset reverb settings (off, concert,Password
living mode
room, hall, etc.)
SPDIF Setup
Password
Dolby Digital Setup
Channel
Delay
6. HDCD (High Definition Compatible Digital)
Equalizer
For use with an HDCD formatted audio
disc. You can choose between two sampling frequencies of digital fil3D Processing
HDCD
ter: 44.1k, 88.2k, or OFF. The higher
the audio frequencies are, the clearer the audio quality will be. NOTE:
Karaoke Setup
Will only work with HDCD formatted discs.
Video Setup Page
.. Video ..
.. Preference ..
Component
TV Mode
Quality
TV Type
PBC
Audio
Subtitle
Disc menu
Parental
Default
1. COMPONENT
Here you can select the video output that you will be using. Choose between YUV, RGB, VGA, or OFF.
2. TV MODE
Here you can select between the scan modes INTERFACE and P-SCAN(progressive scan). Set the scan
mode to the same as your TV. NOTE: Progressive scan is available in YUV mode only (see COMPONENT options).
3. QUALITY
Here you can set the levels for video SHARPNESS, BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, GAMMA, HUE, SATURATION,
and LUMA DELAY.
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.. Audio ..
.. Password ..
Speaker Setup
SPDIF Setup
Dolby Digital Setup
Channel Delay
Equalizer
3D Processing
HDCD
Karaoke Setup
Password mode
Password
Operations
Preference Page
.. Video ..
.. Preference ..
Component
TV Mode
Quality
TV Type
PBC
Audio
Subtitle
Disc menu
Parental
Default
1. TV TYPE
The GIG-MASTER supports different video outputs including MULTI (Auto), NTSC, and PAL systems. If your
TV exclusively supports NTSC or PAL and you inadvertently select the wrong type, the TV screen will flicker
and be black-and-white. If unsure about your TV’s type, refer to the TV’s instruction manual.
2. PBC
Here you can turn PBC (playback control) ON or OFF. PBC is controlled from the PBC button on the remote.
3. AUDIO
Here you can set your preferred audio language as the default when playing DVDs. NOTE: This only works for
languages that are available on the actual DVD.
4. SUBTITLE
Here you can set your preferred subtitle language as the default when playing DVDs. NOTE: This only works
for subtitle languages that are available on the actual DVD.
5. DISC MENU
Here you can set your preferred menu language as the default when playing DVDs. NOTE: This only works
for menu languages that are available on the actual DVD.
6. PARENTAL
The parental control function works in conjunction with the different censorship classes assigned to DVDs.
These classes help to control the types of DVDs that the family watches. There are up to 8 censorship
classes for DVDs.
7. DEFAULT
Resets all of the GIG-MASTER’s settings to the original manufacturer’s settings. NOTE: Use this only when
completely necessary as you will lose all of your personal settings.
Password Setup Page
1. PASSWORD MODE
Her you can turn the password mode ON or OFF. Password Mode is used to protect the Parental Control
settings from being changed without supervision or permission.
2. PASSWORD
Here you can change the password from the original manufacturer’s setting to your own password.
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Troubleshooting
Problems
Solutions
The power does not come on
make sure the power cord is plugged firmly
into the back of the GIG-MASTER and into a
live outlet.
Make sure the MAIN POWER switch on the
rear panel is switched ON.
A Disc does not play. Playback stop
almost immediately.
Is there condensation inside the DISC
PLAYER?
Does the disc exceed the specified rating
level? (Insert a disc within the correct data
parameters)
The picture is bad.
Are the video connections firmly attached?
(reconnect video connections to make sure)
Is the disc dirty? (ensure the disc is not dirty
and clean it if necessary)
Is the GIG-MASTER connected directly to
the television selector switch, or a television
with a built in video deck?
(The picture may be bad when used with
some television sets or projectors, due to
the DVD copy protection scheme.)
(The picture quality may also suffer if the
DVD player is connected through a selector
switch with other video equipment. Try
turning off the power to the other video
equipment.)
(The picture quality may be poorer when
paused, when doing Frame Advance, or
during fast forward or fast reverse. This is
normal.)
Are you using the proper TV format (PAL or
NTSC) that corresponds to your TV.
(Check to see what format your TV is.)
Is the DVD player connected correctly?
(Check audio connections to external
device.)
Are the audio connections firmly attached?
Check audio connections to external devices.)
Is the connected audio equipment turned
on? Is the volume set correctly?
(Note: There will be no audio playback
during slow playback, Frame Advance, fast
forward, or fast reverse.)
There is no picture on the screen.
Are the video cables attached firmly to the
proper outputs on the GIG-MASTER and
inputs on the TV or Monitor?
Is the TV set to receive signal from the
proper input? (i.e. AV1, AV2, etc.)
The remote control does not work, or
does not work correctly.
-Are the remote control batteries installed
correctly?
(Check battery polarities.)
Is the remote control too far from the main
unit? Is there something in the way? (Get
within the recommended operating range,
approx. 23 feet, of the remote control; remove
obstacles.)
Are the remote control batteries running
low? (Put in new batteries.)
Is the GIG-MASTER in sunlight or strong
fluorescent light? (Relocate the GIG-MASTER
so that the line of sight is not hindered by such
lighting.
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Troubleshooting Cont...
Problems
Solutions
There is a loud “squealing” noise
coming from the speakers.
Is the mic or instrument volume too high?
(Turn down the mic or instrument volume)
Is the treble turned too high?
(Turn down the treble level)
There is no sound or a loud “popping”
and “crackling” noise coming out of
the mic or guitar signal.
Is the 1/4” or XLR cable defective?
(Try using a different cable)
Is the cable not plugged in firmly to the
mic/instrument input (on the GIG-MASTER or
output (on the mic/instrument)?
(Make sure the cables are plugged in firmly)
Is the output on the guitar loose? (You may
need to tighten the actual output on the
guitar.)
An MP3 or Photo-CD does not play in
the GIG-MASTER.
The MP3/Photo-CD either has files that are
not standard-formatted, or the disc was not
standard-copied.
No sound
Is the DVD player connected correctly?
(Check audio connections to external
device.)
Is the connected audio equipment turned
on? Is the volume set correctly?
(Note: There will be no audio playback
during slow playback, Frame Advance, fast
forward, or fast reverse.)
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Are the audio connections firmly attached?
(Check audio connections to external devices.)
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