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CASIO HT-700 ;
PROGRAMMABLE DIGITAL SYNTHESIZER
INTRODUCTION
Thank you and congratulations on your purchase of the Casio HT-700
digital synthesizer. Your new keyboard features exciting features and
functions such as tone editing and writing, pattern memory, keyboard
split, chord memory and great digital sounds. What’s more, it has built-
in monitor speakers, so there’s no need to connect it to an amplifier or
stereo! To obtain optimum performance and assure long-term
reliability, be sure to read this manual carefully before using this -
sampling keyboard.
Contents
1. Main Features of the HT-700 .................. 6
2. Features € Functions .............................. 7
3. Basic Connections........................ereee e... 9
4. Power Supply........................2...ee eme... 10
5. Basic Operations eue 12
— 6. Keyboard Tones ..........................e e 14
7. Auto-rhythm Function.............................. 16
8. Casio Chord Function .............................. 18
9. Sound Synthesis ........................e...eeeee.—.. 21
10. Editing & Writing Tones ........................... 25
11. Chord/Operation Memory........................ 31
12. Pattern Memory ..................... e... ne... 33
13. Save/Load Operations .............................. 39
14. Key Transpose.......................................... 40
15. MIDI .......... eee neeereerencorene eee. 41
16. RAM Card..................... 22002000 45
17. Troubleshooting.........................2.. 46
18. Care of Your Keyboard ........................... 47
19. Specifications ene. 48
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| Main Features of the HT-700
1. Tone editing & writing
Although the HT-700 is a digital keyboard, its built-in sounds are created in a system
which is very similar in design to analog synthesizers, so that HT-700 tones can be freely
edited or even written from scratch by altering various parameters which determine the
characteristics of each individual sound. This allows you to edit preset sounds to your €
liking, or make your own original sounds. |
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2. MIDI compatibility
The HT-700 is MIDI-compatible, for connection with other MIDI synthesizers, €
sequencers and memory devices.
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3. Chord/operation memory
The HT-700's chord/operation memory function allows you to create backing chord €
patterns for two different songs, each containing up to 640 chords, as well as 198
different “operations,” including changes in tone, rhythm and fill-ins, for automatic C
accompaniment of your original songs.
4, Pattern memory €
The pattern memory function allows programing of up to ten 2-bar patterns and ten 1-bar C
fill-ins, including bass, rhythm, and chords. Create your own accompaniment patterns €
and play along! In addition, you can change the basic rhythm of your original patterns by
selecting any of the auto-rhythm tracks. €
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illustration of the HT-700.
O Speakers
Ouput sounds when phone plug and audio cable are not connected to jacks.
O Mode/data keys
Used to enter programming mode and data channels.
O Tempo/entry display
Displays values specified via tempo/entry dial.
O Tone source selectors
Used to specify tone mode—preset, internal or card.
© Tone keys
Used to select timbre within specified tone source and tone bank.
Q Volume sliders
Used to control overall volume (main), accompaniment, and rhythm sound output via
the built-in speakers or output jacks.
© Power switch
© Power indicator
O Tone bank selector
Used to select tone bank (1—10) or (11—20) within specified tone source.
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Port used to connect optional RAM card (RA-100).
O Keyboard
49 keys. Features 2 keyboard split points.
O Record/delete key
Used to input/delete data to/from memory.
O Chord/operation memory indicators
Indicate mode of chord/operation memory programming.
OD Chord/operation select key
Used to specify mode of chord/operation programming.
O Rhythm bank selector
Used to select rhythm bank within specified rhythm source.
O Rhythm keys
Used to select timbre within specified rhythm source and rhythm bank.
@ Rhythm source selectors
Used to specify rhythm source—preset, internal or card.
O Split point indicators
Indicate the points where the keyboard split function divides the keyboard.
O Percussion keys
Used to program percussion sounds in the pattern program rhythm track.
E Start/stop key
Starts and stops auto-rhythms, pattern programs and chord memory programs.
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Used to specify synchronized starts of rhythm when keyboard is touched and to trigger
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Used to specify the mode of the Casio Chord function.
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Used to bend the pitch of notes, up or down.
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Used to raise or lower tempo and also to specify mode and data parameters.
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Used to connect external sustain pedal (SP-2, optional).
© MIDI IN/OUT terminals
Used to receive/transmit MIDI messages.
O Tuning control
Adjusts pitch of entire keyboard within +50 cents.
O Output jacks (R/L)
For connection to external keyboard amplifier or audio equipment.
© Headphone jack
For connection of headphones (CP-2, optional).
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For connection of AC adaptor (AD-5/CA-5, optional).
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6 This unit operates on both AC and DC power.
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e Dry batteries
This unit can be powered by six D size (SUM-1) manganese dry batteries. Weakened
batteries will result in lower volume or poor tonal quality. The power indicator lamp will
gradually lose its brightness when battery power weakens. At this time, change batteries
or shift to one of the alternate power sources mentioned below.
Battery replacement:
@® Open the battery compartment cover on the bottom of the unit and take out used
batteries.
@) Load new batteries taking care that polarity is correct.
* It is advisable to replace all six batteries at the same time for longer battery life.
* Refer to the specifications for standard battery life. |
* Car battery
With the car battery adaptor (CA-5, optional), DC power is supplied from a car battery
through the cigarette lighter socket.
An AC adaptor (AD-5, optional) is required to connect to an AC outlet. Use only an adaptor
with the same voltage rating (100, 117, 220, or 240V) as the power supply in your area to
prevent component damage. Plug the AC adaptor into the AC outlet and the cord into the
unit. This will automatically cut off the battery power supply.
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* Auto power off function
Power is automatically cut off approximately 6 minutes after the last operation of the
unit. Power supply can be restored by switching power OFF and then ON again.
* Use only genuine CASIO adaptors to avoid risk of damage.
* Remove batteries from the battery compartment when the unit is not used for extended
periods. (Battery leakage can damage electrical parts.) -
* The adaptor may become warm when left connected to an outlet. This is normal, but
the adaptor should be disconnected when not in use.
* THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS CAN CAUSE BATTERIES TO BURST:
1. Use of adaptors other than genuine CASIO adaptors.
2. Loading batteries with polarities reversed.
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@ Turn the power ON. POWER
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making necessary connections, switch power ON.
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is turned ON, the “PIANO” tone (timbre) and “ROCK 1” OFF
rhythm are automatically selected.
@ Adjust the volume. VOLUME
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mode, the PIANO tone sounds on all keys of the keyboard.
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additional 20 tones can be utilized through the use of an optional RAM card
(RA-100). The tones can be selected by pressing any of the tone keys after specifying
a tone source and tone bank within the tone source.
*When power is turned ON, “PIANO” is automatically selected.
6 The HT-700 is equipped with 20 factory preset tones, plus 20 internal tones. An
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MINTERNAL TONES
Tones listed on the display panel correspond to the “PRESET” sound source. Internal tones
are listed below:
“Tone Number | Tong Timbre Tone Number | ~~ Tone Timbre ~~
1 Piano 2 11 Elec Piano 2
2 Marimba 12 Vibraphone 2
3 Pipe Organ 13 Violin
4 Strings 2 14 Synth-Strings
5 Synth-Ens 1 15 Synth-Ens 2
6 Synth-Vib 1 16 Synth-Vib 2
7 Koto 17 Synth-Harp
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9 Clarinet 19 Synth-Guitar
10 Miracle 20 Explosion
*Edited tone cap be written to INTERNAL TONE memory area. Factory preset data
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An additional timbres can be selected by utilizing an optional RAM card
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The “CARD” tone source selector does not function unless a card is in use.
The above procedures may be performed in any order. Source, bank and tone
can be altered freely at any time in this mode.
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The HT-700's auto-rhythm function features a total of 20 PRESET rhythms, 10
6 INTERNAL rhythms and corresponding fill-in patterns. 10 additional rhythms can be
utilized through the use of an optional RAM card (RA-100). Basic rhythms can be
selected by pressing any of the rhythm keys, after specifying the rhythm source and
rhythm bank.
*When power is turned ON, “ROCK 1”—a PRESET rhythm—is automatically
selected.
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@ Specify the rhythm source by pressing a rhythm source selector
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rhythms, while the lower bank is used to select RAM card rhythms. To utilize RAM card
rhythms, press the rhythm bank selector so that the corresponding LED lights.
NOTE: The above procedures may be performed in any order. Source, bank and
rhythm can be altered freely at any time in this mode.
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described above, press the start/stop key.
9) The rhythm track starts, and the tempo indicator lights, with
a red LED marking the first beat of each measure. Remaining
beats in each measure are indicated by a yellow LED.
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Adjust the rhythm volume to an appropriate relative level
using the rhythm volume slider.
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In the performance mode (as opposed to programming), the
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alter the tempo, simply turn the tempo/entry dial—right to
increase tempo, and left to decrease it.
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This function allows you to start the rhythm track in synchronization with the first note
played on the keyboard (below the split point 1).
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* The yellow tempo indicator flashes on beat, indicating that
the synchro start function is in a standby mode.
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Ш INSERTING RHYTHM FILL-INS Ш
The HT-700 features fill-in patterns, corresponding to the
auto-rhythm tracks.
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inserts a fill-in pattern into the normal rhythm. If the key is held
down, the fill-in pattern is repeated until the end of the
measure during which the key is released.
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The HT-700 is equipped with Casio’s unique Casio Chord function. This lets you
add full-chord accompaniment to your melodies in either One-Finger, or Fingered
modes, depending on your skill and preference.
[How to use the Casio Chord function]
BH ONE-FINGER ACCOMPANIMENT (Casio Chord) M
This Auto-accompaniment function lets you automatically play full chords with just one
finger, and adds an appropriate bass line corresponding to the rhythm style and chords
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In addition to major chords, the Casio Chord function produces various other
chords as shown below:
<Relationship between keys played and type of chord>
When the Casio Chord function is ON, major chords are produced which have the
note pressed as a root. They are automatically played in time with the rhythm
pattern, together with an appropriate bass line. In order to change the auto-accom- _
paniment to a minor chord, simply press any other key on the lower tone section of
the keyboard to the right of the root key, together with the root. Pressing one more
key (for a total of three) under these conditions produces seventh chords, while
pressing a fourth key produces minor seventh chords.
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C (C major) ......... Press O.
Cm (C minor) ......... Press @ & @ together.
C; (C seventh) ......... Press @, @ & © together.
Cm; (C minor seventh) ... Press @, @, © & © together.
NOTE: Not only 8, 6 and Q, but any keys to the right of @ on the Lower Tone
section of the keyboard will produce the same effect, regardless of whether they are
black or white keys.
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Fingered accompaniment lets you create chords yourself, by playing corresponding keys,
and adds an appropriate bass line in correspondence with the rhythm style and type of
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@ The keyboard responds to chords played by inserting them
in the accompaniment pattern, together with an appropriate
bass line.
e Adjust the level of the accompaniment sound with the
accomp. volume slider.
e Adjust the tempo of the rhythm with the tempo/entry dial.
@ Stop the rhythm by start/stop key. (Use ending key if you
desire.)
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M CHANGING KEYBOARD SPLIT POINT H
The HT-700 features 2 different keyboard split points, which
are indicated by red LEDs. The split point can be altered by
pressing the “FINGERED” or “ON” key after the
corresponding Casio Chord LED is already lit.
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control the characteristics of each individual sound, including such elements as
timbre, pitch and volume. To edit or synthesize new sounds, the values of these
parameters are altered or set to desired levels.
A list of these parameters and the range of values which may be set for them is
shown in the parameter index as shown below.
6 HT-700 tones are comprised of a variety of “parameters”. These parameters
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To create sounds on the HT-700, you simply change, or “edit” preset timbre programs.
The term “program” here refers to the values of all parameters which make up a single
tone. Practically speaking, a program may be thought of simply as a tone. .
It Is not necessary to start with a “blank slate” when creating a new program. The easiest
approach is to first select a tone that resembles the one you have in mind, and edit this
sound until you get the sound you want. The list below contains descriptions of each
parameter stored in memory, and how they effect the sound. Use this as a guide to editing
sounds. |
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This section describes the various parameters which affect the characteristics of sounds
created on the HT-700.
<PARAMETER INDEX>
MELODY DCO/LFO 00 DCO 0-31 The choice of waveforms will have more effect on the tonal
TONE WAVEFORM characteristics (timbre) of the sound than will any other
EDIT parameters. Practically speaking, DCO waveforms determine
the basic instrument “family” which the sound corresponds
to.
01 LFO DEPTH 0-31 Determines the depth of LFO modulation. This modulation
is used in creating vibrato effects.
02 LFO 0, 1>-,| Used to select the basic waveform which is used to modu-
WAVEFORM 2, 37,1 late the LFO.
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03 LFO DELAY 0-31 Determines the amount of delay following key depression
a prior to the onset of vibrato or other modulation effects.
04 LFO SPEED 0-31 Controls the frequency at which the LFO operates, determin-
tng the speed of cyclic pitch or tonal variation.
VCF 10 CUTOFF 0-31 Determines the cutoff frequency of the low-pass filter. The
FREQUENCY higher the cutoff frequency, the less effect the filters have
on the basic waveforms (as more harmonics are passed).
At the highest value, all harmonics are passed. As the value
becomes lower, more harmonics are cut off so that the sound
becomes progressively “rounder,” or less bright.
11 RESONANCE 0~ 7 Emphasizes harmonics near the cutoff frequency, producing
a peaky or bandpass type of sound. The higher the value, the
higher the resonance peak and the more obvious the effect.
At or near maximum, the VCFs go into self-oscillation, produc-
Ing a pure sine wave, which may be used as an additional
sound source for special effects.
12 ATTACK 0-31 Determines how long it takes for the VCF output voltage to
rise from zero to its maximum level. Essentially, attack deter-
mines the “quickness” at which a sound's contour (changes
in characteristics over time) changes after a note is played on |
the keyboard.
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Determines the period that it takes for the output voltage to
fall from the maximum contour level to the SUSTAIN level.
SUSTAIN
The voltage to which the contour decays, assuming that the
note is still being played on the keyboard.
15
RELEASE
Release time is the period that it takes for the contour to fall
away from the release level to the initial voltage level after
the note has been released.
16
ENV. DEPTH
Determines the amount of effect that the VCF has on the over-
all sound.
DCA
20
ATTACK
Determines how long it takes for the DCA output voltage to
rise from zero to its maximum level. Essentially, attack deter-
mines the “quickness” at which a sound reaches its maximum
volume after a note is played on the keyboard.
21
DECAY
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Determines the period that it takes for the output voltage to
fall from the maximum contour level to the SUSTAIN level.
22
SUSTAIN
The voltage to which the contour decays, assuming that the
note is still being played on the keyboard.
23
RELEASE
Release time is the period that it takes for the contour to fall
away from the release level to the initial voltage level after
the note has been released.
24
ENV. DEPTH
Determines the amount of effect that the VCF has on the over-
all sound.
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TONE
EDIT
DCO
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DCO
WAVEFORM
The choice of waveforms will have more effect on the tonal
characteristics (timbre) of the sound than will any other
parameters. Practically speaking, DCO waveforms determine
the basic instrument “family” which the sound corresponds
to.
31
VIBRATO
0, OFF
1, ON
2, DELAY
VCF
40
CUTOFF FREQ.
0-31
Determines the cutoff frequency of the low-pass filter. The
higher the cutoff frequency, the less effect the filters have
on the basic waveforms (as more harmonics are passed).
At the highest value, all harmonics are passed. As the value
becomes lower, more harmonics are cut off so that the sound
becomes progressively “rounder,” or less bright.
41
RESONANCE
Emphasizes harmonics near the cutoff frequency, producing
a peaky or bandpass type of sound.
The higher the value, the higher the resonance peak and the
more obvious the effect. At or near maximum, the VCFs go
into self-oscillation, producing a pure sine wave, which may
be used as an additional sound source for special effects.
42
ATTACK
Determines how long it takes for the VCF output voltage to
rise from zero to its maximum level. Essentially, attack deter-
mines the “quickness” at which a sound's contour {changes
in characteristics over time) changes after a note is played on
the keyboard.
43
DECAY
Determines the period that it takes for the output voltage to
fall from the maximum contour level to the SUSTAIN level.
44
SUSTAIN
The voltage to which the contour decays, assuming that the
note is still being played on the keyboard.
45
RELEASE
Release time is the period that it takes for the contour to fall
away from the release level to the initial voltage level after
the note has been released.
46
ENV. DEPTH
Determines the amount of effect that the VCF has on the over-
all sound.
DCA
50
ATTACK
Determines how long it takes for the DCA output voltage to
rise from zero to its maximum level. Essentially, attack deter-
mines the “quickness” at which a sound reaches its maximum
volume after a note is played on the keyboard.
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TONE fall from the maximum contour leve! to the SUSTAIN level.
EDIT 52 SUSTAIN 0-31 The voltage to which the contour decays, assuming that the
note is still being played on the keyboard.
53 RELEASE 0-31 Release time is the period that it takes for the contour to fall
away from the release level to the initial voltage level after
the note has been released.
54 ENV. DEPTH 0-31 Determines the amount of effect that the VCF has on the over-
all sound. -
TOTAL CHORUS 60 CHORUS 0 orr, Determines level of chorus effect.
CONTROL 1, 2, 3
TRANSPOSE 70 TRANSPOSE -5—-0-6| Transposes key (pitch of notes).
80 BASIC CH 1-13
MIDI Used to select Basic Channel and Clock Mode for MIDI cog-
81 CLOCK 0 in, munications.
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91 LOWER 1 WRITE,
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PATTERN 92 RHYTHM 0, REHEARSE
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Used to perform programming operations in WRITE mode.
93 BASS 0, REHEARSE
1, WRITE,
2 SAVE,
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94 CHORD 0, REHEARSE
1, WRITE,
2 SAVE,
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Features & functions for control
* Mode key
Used to specify editing mode.
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Used to select parameter and value (data).
e Data key
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* Tempo/entry display
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The following procedures describe how to edit tones by altering the values of their
parameters, and write them to memory.
E EDITING TONES 8
Select the tone to be edited.
(9) Press the mode key. [me [om]
@ Turn the tempo/entry dial to select the number of the
parameter to be edited. (Refer to parameter index.)
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@ Press the data key. co ее
* Value display (right side of LCD) varies according to the parameter which is to be edited.
This is because the range in which parameters can be edited varies.
* Refer to the parameter index for information on specific range of each parameter.
NOTE: In place of values, some parameters are controlled by toggles (switches), turning
them ON or OFF, or selecting specific effects.
O Turn the tempo/entry dial to select the desired value for the
selected parameter.
* Note that the LED corresponding to the tone number selected flashes in this mode. This
indicates that the editéd tone may be “compared” to the initialized tone. Press the tone
key and the LED remains lit (does not flash). In this state, the initialized Tone sounds on
the keyboard, press it again and the LED begins flashing, indicating that the edited tone is
specified.
® When you are satisfied with the edited tone, press the mode
key to exit from the programming mode. You may then edit Cr 7
another parameter by repeating steps (3) through (5). фо
@ When you are finished editing desired parameters, press the (vo вата —]
mode key twice to exit to the tempo mode. Ln E JJ
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The following is a working example of how to edit an HT-700 parameter.
—… — Operation
Notes
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Alter the cutoff fre-
quency of the melody
tone to a value of “24.”
initially, the display is in
the TEMPO mode. (Select
the “PIANO” of preset
tone.)
(1) Press the mode key.
Previously selected mode dis-
played.
E TEMPOENTA
@ Turn the tempo/entry
dial so that the left
side of the display
shows “10.”
Note that “10” corre-
sponds to the cutoff fre-
quency parameter for the
melody tone.
© Press the data key.
Enters value editing mode.
LED corresponding to
selected tone (“PIANO”)
flashes.
Previously selected value dis-
played.
= * TEMPQOENTAY
@ Turn the tempo/entry
dial so that a value of
“24” is shown on the
Preset tone may be
-Changed.*
* Preset tone can be
right side of the | recalled by pressing the
display. Tone key. When the LED
does not flash,preset tone
sounds. Press the Tone key
again, edited tone sounds.
| (LED flash.)
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mode “90” for writing
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© Press the mode key | Returns to tempo mode.
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| Melody and chord tones edited via the edit procedures may be written to internal or RAM-
7 | card memory via the following procedures.
. | (DPress the mode key. Ce Cm
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@Turn the tempo/entry dial to select the number of the tone to Tn
be written (either 90 or 91, corresponding to melody tone
and chord tone, respectively).
@ Press the data key. =
@Turn the tempo/entry dial to select write mode within the
selected tone (DATA 1).
(CINTERNAL” (tone source) is automatically selected, when
the data key is pressed.)
NOTE: Press the card key, to specify that tone is to be written to RAM card.
® Press the tone key corresponding to the tone into which the
| edited sound is to be written.
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The following is a working example of how to write the tone edited in the edit example to
INTERNAL memory or RAM card memory. B
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<EXAMPLE 1: WRITING TO INTERNAL MEMORY >
ВЕ a Operation ~~ | Notes + Display
@ Press the mode key | This operation continue
after editing a tone. from No.®in edit proce-
dure on P. 27.
|
| @ Turn the tempo/entry | Note that “90” corre-
: dial so that the left | sponds to the melody tone
side of the display | write parameter values.
shows “90.”
@ Press the data key. Enters melody WRITE | -
mode. Tone and rhythm | played. '
! LEDs go out and “INTER-
| NAL” (tone source) is
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| @ Turn the tempo/entry | Note that “17 corresponds
| - dial so that a value | to WRITE mode within.
[ of “1” is shown on the |
| right side of the dis- |
| play. -
® Press the tone key | Tone is written to memory. | Display returns to TEMPO mode, |
which is desired to LEDs return to normal operating : |
memory. state. |
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in the EDIT example
to RAM card memory
(No. 11).
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the tone edited | RAM card must be insert-
@ Press the mode key
after editing a tone.
This operation continue
from No.® in edit proce-
dure on P. 27.
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dial so that the left
side of the display
shows “90”.
Note that “90” corre-
sponds to the melody tone
write parameter values.
(3) Press the data key.
Enters MELODY WRITE
mode.
Tone and rhythm LEDs go
out and “INTERNAL” (tone
source) is selected auto-
matically.
played.
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dial so that a value of
“1” is shown on the
right side of the
display.
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to WRITE mode within.
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® Press the card key.
Specifies that edited data is
to be written to RAM card
memory.
Internal LED goes out, card LED
lights.
PRESET INTERNAL
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(6) Press the bank select
key.
Tone 11 is in the second
tone bank, so the bank
selector must be pressed.
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11) which is desired in
Tone is written to memory.
Display returns to TEMPO mode,
LEDs return to normal operating
state.
memory.
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containing up to 640 chords, and up to 198 operations. “Operations” refer to such
things as changes in rhythm, tone, fill-ins.
In addition, these songs may be written directly to a RAM card, or dumped onto a
RAM card from the internal memory and recalled via save/load operations.
6 The chord/operation memory function holds a two complete songs (1 and 2), éach
À
[How to program chord/operation memory]
The chord/operation memory is actually composed of two separate memories, a chord
memory and an operation memory.
Chord/operation memory indicators
e CHORD/OPERATION MEMORY e
INTERNAL CARD
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CHORD—OPERATION RECORD
Chord/operation select key Record/delete key
SELECT DELETE
E CHORD/OPERATION MEMORY PROGRAMMING Il
@ Select the track to be programmed (1 or 2) via the select key.
INTERNAL CARD
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(LED lights: Red LED indicates “INTERNAL” memory. A A eco
Yellow LED indicates “RAM card” memory.) ES [J
@ Press the record key to enter the programming mode. (LED ee 1
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SELECT DELETE
@ Select the memory to be programmed (chord or operation)
via the select key. (Left LED: chord, Right LED: operation)
@ Press the start/stop key to begin rhythm track.
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c HAA SOPERATION ————— —— RECORD
SELECT o DELETE
e In this mode, programming has already begun. (After first STARTISTOR
four counts.) Program chord or operation memory via real-
time operation, playing chords via Casio Chord, or Hey
performing desired operations.
STARTISTOP
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® Press the start/stop key to end programming.
+ Continuous programming of chord or operation can be =
selected via the select key after pressing start/stop key. ein
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® Press the record key once again to exit from programming CHÓMIN ÓPERANON ———— RECORD
mode. (LED lights.) LL o
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@ Select the track to be played back (1 or 2) via the select key. tl =e
| CHORD — OPERATION ——————— RECORD
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@ Press the start/stop key to start the memory. STARTISTOP
@ Press the select key to exit from chord/operation memory repas Apo,
mode. (LED goes out.) | oon aecono
— NOTES — \
e When programming chord memory, FINGERED or Casio Chord ON modes may
be selected, along with either of the two keyboard split points. (After record key
is pressed.)
e When programming operation memory, Casio Chord ON/OFF or FINGERED
modes may be selected, along with either of the two keyboard split points. (After
the record key is pressed.)
Program stops at the point where operation memory is ended, taking precedence
over chord memory.
Memories should be cleared by pressing stop during precount (first four counts of
program) before entering new programs in memory.
At playback, settings are at initially written states. Lower tone keys do not sound
when FINGERED or Casio Chord ON have been specified.
Select key and record key do not function when sustain pedal is ON, or when
EDIT or WRITE modes are selected.
Chord/operation memory is erased when mode key is pressed.
When memory capacity is exceeded, rhythm stops and 2 LEDs of tempo
indicator above start/stop key light together. Press the start/stop key or record key
to exit from this state.
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The HT-700 features a pattern memory, which is capable of storing ten différent
6 patterns of up to two measures each. These patterns may consist of rhythms, bass
lines and accompanying chords. In addition, a one measure fill-in may be
programmed corresponding to each 2-measure pattern.
Programming of these patterns is very similar to edit and write procedures, as the
mode key, data key and tempo/entry dial are used. Each element of the
pattern—rhythm, bass and chord—features two different modes, REHEARSE and
WRITE. The REHEARSE mode lets you do just that, practice, while the WRITE mode
is used to enter the element into the overall pattern memory.
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[How to program rhythm patterns]
It's probably easiest to start your programming with the rhythm track. This pattern may
consist of 2 bars featuring up to 15 different percussion sounds, and accents.
@ Select the preset, internal or card (using optional RAM card) rhythm which is closest to
the type you want to program. Adjust the tempo speed which you desired for
programming.
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@ Press the mode key.
@ Turn the tempo/entry dial to the right to select parameter
number “92”, corresponding to the rhythm pattern.
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pattern, or fill-in key to begin programming of 1-measure fill-
in.
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the tempo indicators act as a metronome in this mode.
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Percussion keys
e Programmed pattern will repeat at the end of the second measure.
e Hold down delete key to delete any or all of this pattern. Pattern will be deleted
for as long as the delete key and percussion key are held down. (Press delete key
first.)
NOTE: Press delete key before pressing start/stop key to clear the overall pattern in rhythm.
e Accents may be added to any beat via the accent key. Press the accent key on the
timing the percussion sounds.
@®When you are satisfied with one instrument's part, select the next by pressing another
percussion key. -
ORepeat steps (1) through (8) to program other percussion instrument sounds in the
pattern.
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© Press the start/stop key to stop the completed pattern. STARTISTOP
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* Your programmed pattern is now entered into the internal memory which you specified.
(Programmed pattern can be entered into RAM card.)
[How to program bass patterns]
The next step in building a pattern is programming a bass pattern. This is done by playing a
simple bass line on the bass line keys. The bass timbre is preset.
(1) Press the mode key.
@Turn the tempo/entry dial to the right to select parameter
number “93”, corresponding to the bass pattern.
(9) Press the data key.
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@Turn the tempo/entry dial to select write mode (No. 1)(or
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® Press the start/stop key to begin programming of 2-measure
pattern, or fill-in key to begin programming of 1-measure fill- STARTISTOP
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range shown below) in real time.
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Bass line keys
e Programmed pattern will repeat at the end of the second
measure.
e Hold down delete key to delete any or all of this pattern.
Pattern will be deleted for as long as the key is held down.
NOTE: Press delete key before pressing start/stop key to clear =
the overall pattern in bass line.
RECORD
@ Press the start/stop key to stop the completed pattern. таят?
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(8) Press the rhythm key which is desired in memory.
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e Your programmed pattern is now entered into the internal memory which you specified.
(Programmed pattern can be entered into RAM card.)
[How to program chord patterns]
Complete your pattern program by programming the rhythmic pattern of chord |
accompaniment. :
A Prèss the mode key.
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! O Turn the tempo/entry dial to the right to select parameter
number “94”, corresponding to the chord pattern.
@ Press the data key.
® Turn the tempo/entry dial to select write mode (or
REHEARSE mode (No. 0), if you want to practice first).
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. ®) Press the start/stop key to begin programming of 2-measure STARTISTOP
pattern, or fill-in key to begin programming of 1-measure fill- 9
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® Add chord accompaniment by playing in real time.
e Chords may be inverted via the chord inversion function. A total of 8 different inversions
are possible.
<CHORD INVERSIONS>
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Chord inversions
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e Chord inversion is performed by tapping corresponding keys.
e Programmed pattern will repeat at the end of the second measure.
e Hold down delete key to delete any or all of this pattern.
Pattern will be deleted for as long as the key is held down.
NOTE: Press delete key before pressing start/stop key to clear a
the overall pattern in chord.
RECORD
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e Your programmed pattern is now entered into the internal memory which you specified.
(Programmed pattern can be entered into RAM card.)
[How to “play” programmed patterns]
Now that your pattern is complete, you can “play” it by playing Casio Chord progressions
on the lower tone of the keyboard, and playing original melodies on the upper tone.
@ Press the rhythm key to select the program to be played back.
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@ Press the start/stop key. STARTISTOP
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e The programmed rhythm track will start.
e The bass line and chord accompaniment begins when any lower tone key on the
keyboard is played. Bass lines automatically follow the progression of chord changes at
any point in the pattern.
e Melodies can be played on the upper tone keys on the keyboard. Select the timbre via
the tone keys.
e Percussion fill-in patterns can be played at any point by pressing the synchro/fill-in key.
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Edited tone data, pattern, and chord/operation programs can be saved via RAM
6 card (optional RA-100), for recall at a later time.
In order to save or load a program, it's necessary to specify the data to be
saved/loaded via the corresponding parameter. These are listed below:
MELODY TONE = 90
CHORD TONE = 91
PATTERN DATA = 92, 93, 94
CHORD/OPERATION MEMORY = 95
H SAVE/LOAD PROCEDURE H
M Press the mode key.
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(9) Turn the tempo/entry dial to the desired mode.
(3) Press the data key to enter specified parameter.
Turn the tempo/entry dial to either SAVE (2), or LOAD (3). —
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® Press the data key.
* Data is transferred to or from RAM card. (Display is returned
to tempo.)
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To transpose the key of the entire keyboard, refer to the following procedures.
@ Press the mode key.
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| @ Raise or lower pitch via dial, within the range as shown below:
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| mode. (Display is returned to tempo.) <:
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“MIDI” stands for “Musical Instrument Digital Interface.
allows connection and
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MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
IN
OUT
(MIDI mode A)
Sends/Receives MIDI messages as a single keyboard (8-note poly).
<EXAMPLE CONNECTION >
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HT-700
(casio CHORD—OFF)”
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(MIDI mode B)
Splits keyboard into 3 sections; a 4-note poly section (Upper melody), a 3-note poly section
(Chord) and a mono section (Bass) for use as a multiple sound source.
<EXAMPLE CONNECTION >
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’ Practically speaking, it
synchronized performance via electronic musical
instruments such as synthesizers, drum machines and sequencers,
personal computers. The HT-700 features 4 basic MIDI modes:
Receives MIDI signal from
external device.
Sends MIDI signal to exter-
nal device.
MIDI keyboard...
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Sends multiple MIDI messages for both accompaniment pattern and melody performance
(for use as a backing sequencer by chord/operation memory).
<EXAMPLE CONNECTION>
FINGERED/CASIO CHOR
(RHYFHM START —
CH =n Melody
CH=n+1 Chord
CH=n+2 Bass
CH=n+3 Rhythm
(CLOCK =INT)
(Multi-Channel mode) © (CH=n+3)
CH=nwvn+2 > (CLOCK=EXT)
M SETTING MIDI CHANNEL H
In order to communicate with other MIDI devices, the MIDI channel numbers of both units
must match.
(Press the mode key.
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O Turn the tempo/entry dial to parameter number “80”.
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| @Turn the tempo/entry dial to the desired MIDI channel
number.
® Press the data key once again to exit from mode. (Display is
returned to tempo.)
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B SETTING MIDI CLOCK MODE HB
The HT-700's MIDI Clock features two operational modes, internal or external.
(DPress the mode key. \ == о - -} |
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@ Turn the tempo/entry dial to parameter number “81”.
|
. * TEMPOEN TRY
| @ Press the data key.
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@ Turn the tempo/entry dial to select either INTERNAL CLOCK
(0) or EXTERNAL CLOCK (1) modes.
® Press the data key once again to exit from mode. (Display is
returned to tempo.)
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An optional RAM card can be utilized with the HT-700 to increase its memory
potential. |
In order to use the card, it's first necessary to format the card via the following
procedures.
@ Insert the RAM card into the RAM card slot.
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* The display shows “CF” during formatting.
* This formats the RAM card, preparing it for use in the HT-700.
When the RAM card is not inserted in the unit, RAM card rhythms, tones, and memories
do not operate. When an improper card is inserted, an “E” message on the display
indicates an error.
* Do not remove the card while formatting, or during SAVE or LOAD operations.
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*For any malfunction, always check battery condition first.
(see page 10)
Trouble
No sound, even if
keys are pressed.
4
11. Main volume turned down.
2. Headphones connected.
1. Turn up main volume.
2. Disconnect
headphones.
“(Rhythm volume turned down.
Turn up rhythm volume.
Main and accompaniment
—. [volume turned down.
Turn up main and accom-
paniment volume.
=- |Refrigerators, washing machines
land similar electric appliances.
Use outlet as far away as
possible from appliance
thought to be the cause.
—No sound when con-
nected to external
1. Main volume turned down.
2 Defective connection cord.
1. Turn up main volume.
2. Replace connection
cord.
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6 Please observe the following precautions to assure safety and reliability.
1. Location
To avoid malfunction, do not use this unit in the following locations for extended periods
of time:
e In direct sunlight.
e Exposed to extremes of temperature or humidity.
e In sandy or dusty places.
2. Power supply _
Use only with rated voltage. Also, to help prevent noise and degraded sound quality,
avoid using the same outlet for other equipment—particularly household appliances.
3. Handle gently
Do not drop the unit, as strong shocks will definitely cause malfunctions. Also, sliders
and keys are designed to operate with a light touch. Exessive force may cause damage.
4. Keep it clean
Clean the keyboard with a soft cloth dampened with detergent. Never use paint thinner,
benzene or other solvents.
5. In case of malfunction...
In the event that your keyboard does not function properly, check whether connections
are made correctly, and that the unit is supplied with power (are batteries dead?). If the
unit still does not work, contact the original retailer or local Casio dealer. Never attempt
to repair the unit yourself.
6. Keep this manual
Store this manual in a safe place for future reference.
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Model: HT-700
Number of keys: 49 keys (mint)
Polyphonic: 8-note
Upper tone: Preset—20, Internal—20, RAM card (option)—20
Auto-rhythm:
Auto-accompaniment
function:
Preset—20, Internal—10, RAM card (option)—10
Casio Chord ON/OFF, FINGERED
Key split: Split point x 2,
Effect: Pitch bender, Chorus, Key transpose
Chord/Operation
memory: Chord memory—640 chords MAX. x 4 banks (Using optional
Synthesizing:
Pattern program:
RAM card)
Operation memory—198 settings MAX. x 4 banks (Using
optional RAM card)
(Upper tone edit)
DCO/LFO: SOUND SOURCE 0—31, LFO DEPTH 0—31,
LFO WAVEFORM 0—4, LFO DELAY O—31, LFO SPEED 0—31
VCF: CUTOFF FREQUENCY 0—31, RESONANCE 0—7, ATTACK
TIME 0—31, DECAY TIME 0—31, SUSTAIN LEVEL 0—31,
RELEASE TIME 0—31, ENVELOPE DEPTH 0—31
DCA: ATTACK TIME 0—31, DECAY TIME 0—31, SUSTAIN
LEVEL 0—31, RELEASE TIME 0—31, ENVELOPE DEPTH
CHOURS: 0—3
(Lower tone edit)
DCO/LFO: SOUND SOURCE 0—15, LFO 0—2 (OFF, ON,
DELAY)
VCE: CUTOFF FREQUENCY 0-31, RESONANCE 0—7, ATTACK
TIME 0—31, DECAY TIME 0—31, SUSTAIN LEVEL 0—31,
RELEASE TIME 0—31, ENVELOPE DEPTH 0—31
DCA: ATTACK TIME 0—31, DECAY TIME 0—31, SUSTAIN
LEVEL 0—31, RELEASE TIME 0—31, ENVELOPE DEPTH 0—31
Rhythm pattern: 20 patterns memory MAX. (Using optional
RAM card) [2 bars + 1 bar (fill-in)]
Bass pattern: 20 patterns memory MAX. (Using optional RAM
card) [2 bars + 1 bar (fill-in)]
Chord pattern: 20 patterns memory MAX. (Using optional RAM
card) [2 bars + 1 bar (fill-in)]
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Terminals:
Line out (output impedance 10082, Output voltage 0.8V (RMS)
MAX.)
Phones x 1, AC adaptor (DC 9V), Sustain X 1, MIDI (OUT/IN)
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Tuning control:
Built-in speakers:
Auto power off
- function:
Power source:
+50 cents (+1/4 tones)
10cm dia. x 2 (output: TW + TW)
6 minutes after last operation
3-way AC/DC power source;
e AC: 100, 117, 220 or 240V (+10V), 50/60 Hz, with optional
AC adaptor AD-5.
e DC: 6 D size manganese dry batteries.
Battery life: Approximately 10 hours (SUM-1).
e Car battery: Power taken via optional car adaptor CA-5.
- Power consumption: 7W
Dimensions: 690 (W) x 241 (D) x 90 (H) mm
27 3/16" (W) x 9 1/2” (D) x 3 9/16” (H)
Weight: 3.9 Kg (8.5 Ibs) including batteries
Standard accessories: 6 ‘’D”’ size batteries
*Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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GUIDELINES LAID DOWN BY FCC RULES FOR USE OF THE UNIT IN THE
U.S.A. (not applicable to other areas).
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used
properly, that is, in strict accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, may cause inter-
ference 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 |
of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such
interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
eens reorient the receiving antenna
evens relocate the computer with respect to the receiver
rca move the computer away from the receiver
И 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 techni-
cian for additional suggestions. The user may find the following booklet prepared by the
Federal Communications Commission helpful: “How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV
Interference Problems.” This booklet is available from the US Government Printing Office,
Washington, D.C., 20402, Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.
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Model HT-700 MIDI Implementation Chart
Transmitted Recognized Remarks
Function...
Basic Default 1 1 Send channel=receive channel
Channel Changed 1-13 1-13
Default Mode 3 Mode 3
Mode Messages X X
Altered * # * * * * *% * * * * *% * *% *
Note 36-84 0-127 0-11, 12-23, 24-35=36-47
Number: True voice FEEEA ARR RRA | 36-96 97-108, 109-120, 121-127=85-96
Velocity Note ON x 9n v=64 X 9n v=1-127—64
Note OFF X 9n v=0 X 9n v=0,8n v=XX X... No function
After Key's x X
Touch Ch’s X X
Pitch Bender O O 8 significant bits
64 | O O Sustain pedal,
Control
Change
O 0-59 O 0-59 0-59 when RAM card used,
Prog 0-39 when not used
Change: True* Ahk hhh hhh hhh hh kK
System Exclusjve X X
System : Song Pos x X
: Song Sel X X
Common : Tune X X
System : Clock O O Continue not sent
Real Time : Command O O
Aux : Local ON/OFF | X x
: All Notes OFF | X X
Mes- : Active Sense X X
sages : Reset X X
Notes
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Mode 1: OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 3: OMNI OFF, POLY
Mode 2: OMNI ON, MONO
Mode 4: OMNI OFF, MONO
O: Yes
x: No
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