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SAO/71525803B # : Printed in Japan
ELECTRONIC MUSICAL INSTRUMENT
Thank you very much for purchasing the Casio PT-10. The PT-10 has a variety of mu-
sical features mn its compact body, offering happy times for everyone.
Melody Storage: You can store any melody in the memory of the PT-10.
Auto-play: The stored melody can be played back automatically. -
One Key Play: You can play the stored melody with just one finger.
Sound Variation: You can select from 3 popular instrumental tones and ‘Fantasy’.
Auto-rhythms: A variety of 10 rhythms can be chosen from according to your taste.
Guide to each part
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d. Play the melody as you sing it, using the One Key Play button.
mM Each press of the One Key Play button will play a stored note.
a After the last note of the melody, press a One Key Play button once more in time
with the rhythm. (This rounds off the performance.)
Notes
1. Memory capacity:
Up to 100 notes can be stored in the memory of the PT-10.
"You can enter two or more melodies as long as their total notes are less than 100.
If you want to enter another melody, set the mode selector to ‘record’ and play
the present melody to the end with One Key Play button, then enter the next.
2. If the power is turned off, the memory contents are cleared.
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Now play back the stored melody by Auto-play or One Key Play.
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Auto-rhythms: A variety of 10 rhythms can be chosen from according to your taste.
Guide to each part
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O Mode selector
power off ........ Always set at this position when the keyboard is not in use.
record ............ To input any melody into the memory.
play ooo For usual playing of the keyboard or One Key Play or Memory Play.
O Volume control
The volume level can be set at 5 positions,
© Proset sound selector
The PT-10 offers 4 instrumental sounds (piano, fantasy, violin, flute). You can freely choose from
them.
O Clear button
This button is used to clear the previous memory contents. First set the Mode selector to “record”
and then press the clear button. Now it's ready to receive another input,
© Delete button
If you make a mistake when storing a melody in the memory, use this button. It works in 3 ways;
1) to delete an unnecessary note, 2) to replace with a correct note, 3) to add in a necessary
note. See page 13 for details.
© Tempo control
You can choose 19 tempos from slow to fast. Every tap of the up-button (A) speed up tempo,
and each tap of the down-button ( Y) slows it down.
© Rhythm select button
To select one of the 10 auto-rhythm, first press this button and then choose a rhythm on the
Rhythm selection keys. The rhythm will start the moment you press the Rhythm selection key.
O Reset button
Press this button when you have finished storing a melody in the memory. It also turns the pow-
er on again after auto power-off.
© Demo (demonstration) button
Press this button to hear a preset German song.
@ Memory Play button
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1. Auto-play
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| with the rhythm. (This rounds off the performance)
| | 1. Memory capacity.
Up to 100 notes can be stored in the memory of the PT-10.
3 *Youcan enter two or more melodies as long'as their total notes are less than 100.
If you want to enter another melody, set the mode selector to ‘record’ and play
the present melody to the end with One Key Play button, then enter the next.
2. If the power is turned oft, the memory contents are cleared.
EJ Enjoying Auto-play or One Key Play
Now play back the stored melody by Auto-play or One Key Pay.
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b. Start the rhythm. First press the ‘rhythm select’ button and
then select a rhythm by the Rhythm selection key.
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c. Press the Memory Play button in time with the rhythm, l
“The Auto-play starts. To stop the Auto-play. press the reset button. (7
2. One Key Play
a. Set the mode selector to ‘play’.
b. Start the rhythm.
c. Tap the One Key Play button.
Notes
® When you want Auto-play or One Key Play without auto-rhythm, omit a.b. in the
above procedure.
E One Key Play can be repeated if you continue to press the One Key Play button
after the tune ends.
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EJ Correcting a wrong note
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1. For immediate correction:
Press the Delete button (a high-pitched check signal will be heard) and play the cor-
rect note.
2. Correction after storing:
Set the mode selector to ‘record’ and take the melody with the One Key Play button
up to the note you want to correct. When you have found the mistake, correct it as
follows.
a. Deleting an unnecessary, note;
Press the Delete button and the note will be deleted.
b. Replacing the correct note;
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them.
© Clear button
This button is used to clear the previous memory contents. First set the Mode selector to “record”
and then press the clear button. Now it's ready to receive another input.
© Delete button |
It you make a mistake when storing a melody in the memory, use this button. It works in 3 ways;
1) to delete an unnecessary note, 2) to replace with a correct note, 3) to add in a necessary
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“Button (A) speed up tempo.
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© Rhythm select button
To select one of the 10 auto-rhythm, first press this button and then choose a rhythm on the
Ahythm selection keys. The rhythm will start the moment you press the Anythm selection key.
O Reset button
Press this button when you have finished storing a melody in the memory. It also turns the pow-
er on again after auto power-off,
© Demo (demonstration) button
Press this button to hear a preset German song.
O Memory Play button
If you press this button after storing a melody in the memory, it will be played back automatically.
@ One Key Play button
Each time the button is pressed, the notes stored in the memory will come out.
© Rhythm selection keys
After pressing Rhythm select button, select a rhythm by pressing one of these keys.
® Power lamp
O Built-in speaker
EF Power supply |
The PT-10 operates or dry batteries on home AC power by using AC adaptor.
Dry batteries: Use 4 AA-size manganese dry batteries. Weakened batteries will
resultin lower volume or poor tonal quality. The power lamp loses its brightness
when the batteries weaken. At this time replace the used batteries with new ones.
Battery life is about 12 playing-hours with high-performance batteries.
When you replace the batteries, take care not to reverse their polanty. it is advisable
to replace all four batteries at the same time for longer battery life.
- fume AC power: Use an AC adaptor (AD-4160, optional), which has the same vol-
tage rating (100, 117, 220 or 240V) as your power supply to prevent compo-
ment damage. (AC adaptor jack found in the rear panel )
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a. Set the mode selector to ‘play.
b, Start the rhythm.
c. Tap the One Key Play button.
Notes
m When you want Auto-play or One Key Play without auto-rhythm, omit a.b. in the
above procedure.
и Опе Key Play can be repeated if you continue to press the One Key Play button
after the tune ends.
EY Correcting a wrong note |
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1. For immediate correction:
Press the Delete button (a high-pitched check signal will be heard) and play the cor-
rect note.
2. Correction after storing:
Set the mode selector to ‘record’ and take the melody with the One Key Play button
UP to the note you want to correct. When you have found the mistake, correct it as
follows.
a. Deleting an unnecessary note:
Press the Delete button and the note will be deleted.
b. Replacing the correct note;
After pressing the Delete button, play the correct note.
C. Adding an extra note;
Move to the sound immediately before the point where you want to insert the note
using the One Key Play button, then play the additional note.
Care of your unit
1. Avoid heat, humidity or direct sunlight.
Do not overexpose the unit to direct sunlight, or place near an air conditioner. or in
any extremely hot place.
2. Take care not to drop the unit and avoid strong shocks.
A strong shock may cause malfunctions. When carrying or transporting the unit, pro-
tect the keyboard and switches with soft materials.
3. Keep the unit free of liquids, dust, etc.
Do not allow bits and pieces to get between the keys, especially metallic objects such
as hairpins, sewing needless or coins. Also, do not let the unit get wet.
4. Never attempt to modify any parts of the unit.
The unit is a precision instrument, made up of electronic parts. Any modification of,
or tampering with inner parts may cause problems.
5. Do not apply lacquer, thinner or similar chemicals.
Ciean the keyboard with a soft cloth dampened with detergent. (Soak the cloth in a
detergent and squeeze until almost dry.)
[Specifications |
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Number of keys: 13 Ada DO UPON)
Preset sounds: 4 kinds: piano, fantasy, violin, flute
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0 operates or dry batteries on home AC power by using AC adaptor.
Dry batteries: Use 4 AA-size manganese dry batteries. Weakened batteries will
result in lower volume or poor tonal quality. The power lamp loses its brightness
when the batteries weaken. At this time replace the used batteries with New Ones,
Battery life is about 12 playing-hours with high-performance batteries.
When you replace the batteries, take care not to reverse their polarity. it is advisable
to replace all four batteries at the same time for longer battery life.
Heme AC power: Use an AC adaptor (AD-4160, optional), which has the same vol-
tage rating (100, 117, 220 or 240V) as your power supply to prevent compo-
> fent damage. (AC adaptor ¡ack found in the rear panel.) |
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Auto power-off function
For power economy, an automatic power cut-off activates after 6 minutes if you do
not touch the keys. Power will resume by pressing the reset button.
Caution:
® Turn off the power of the PT-10 when connecting the AC adaptor.
u When batteries are not used {qr a long time, remove them from the battery com-
partment.
s When the adaptor is left connected to an AC outlet,
it may warm up, but thisis quite
normal. If not used for a long time, disconnect the adaptor.
a The following misuse may lead to battery burst.
1. Use of an AC adaptor other than a genuine Casio adaptor.
2. Insertion of batteries with incorrect polarities (+, —).
Enjoying ‘Memory play’
The PT-10 has a memory which holds any melody of up to 100 notes. A
a melody, you can enjoy playing it back by Auto-play or One Key Play.
EJ Storing a melody
To put a melody into the memory, enter each note in proper order by playing.
at any pace on the keyboard, Then to set the duration of each note, replay tr
One Key Play, setting each note's length.
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3 USE OF THE UNIT IN THE U.3.A.
i (not applicable to other areas).
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency ener
4 gy and if not installed and used properly. that is, in strict
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2, Take care not to drop the unit and avoid strong shocks,
A trong shock may cause malfunctions. When carrying of transporting the unit, pro-
oo the keyboard and switches with soft materials.
3, Keep the unit free of liquids, dust, etc.
Do not allow bits and pieces to get between the keys, especially metallic objects such
ag hairpins, sewing needless or COINS. Also, do not let the unit get wet.
4, Never attempt to modify any parts of the unit.
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The unit is a precision instrument, made up of electronic parts. Any modification of,
or tampering with inner parts may cause problems. .
5. Do not apply lacquer, thinner or similar chemicals.
“Clean the keyboard with a soft cloth dampened with detergent. (Soak the cloth in a
detergent and squeeze until almost dry.)
Specifications
Number of keys: 23 ne, 5 лед не)
Preset sounds: 4 kinds: piano, fantasy, violin; flute ,
Built-in rhythms: 10 kinds; march, waltz, 4 beat, swing, rock 1, rock 2. bossa
nova, samba, rnumba, bequine
Nemory play function:
*Manual memory
memory capacity =up to 100 notes.
* Auto-play
*One Key Play
Built-in speaker: 6.5cm dia. (output = 0.5W)
- Power source: 2-way AC/DC power source,
AC: 100, 117, 220 or 240V (+ 10V), 50/60 Hz, with AC adaptor AD-4160
(optional)
DC: 4 AA size manganese dry batteries.
Battery life = about 12 playing-hours.
Power consumption: 0.8W
Dimensions: 345(W) x 93.8(D) x 35.7(H)mm (13% " (W) x 3"he " (D) x 1%” (H)
Weight: 0.44 kg. (0.9 Ibs) including batteries.
Body finish: Ivory, Red, Black
"Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
QUIDELINES LAID DOWN BY FCC RULES FOR by turning the equipment off and on. the user Is en-
couraged to try to correct the interference by One ar more
of the following measures
… rteorent the receiving antenna
relocate the computer with respect to the recever
... move the compuler away from the receiver
… plug the compuler into à different outlet so that com
cause interference to radio and television reception. It has puter and receiver are on different branch circuits
been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a
‚Class B computing device in accordance with the specifi
+ cabons in Subpart J of Pari 15 of FCC Rules, which are
|. designed 10 provide reasonable prolection against such
interference in a residential installation. However, there 1s
no guarantee that interierence will not occur in a particu-
far installation. If this equiprnent does cause inlerlerence
to radio of television reception, which can be determined
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Follow these steps:
1. Entering notes
a. Set the mode selector to ‘record’.
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1! necessary, the user should consult the dealer Of an ex
penenced radio/television technician tor additional sug:
gestions The user may hind the following Lookkst prepared
by the Feuvral Commumcalons Commission helptul
“How to ldentdy and Resolve Radio TV interference
Problems”. This booklet is available trom the US Govern:
ment Printing Office, Washingion DC 20407 Ste E
004-000 00345 4
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