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User's Manual
PRO AUDIO PACKAGE
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Important Safety Instructions
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
This symbol, wherever used, alerts you to the presence
of un-insulated and dangerous voltages within the
product enclosure. These are voltages that may be
sufficient to constitute the risk of electric shock or
death.
This symbol, wherever used, alerts you to important
operating and maintenance instructions.
Please read.
Protective Ground Terminal
AC mains (Alternating Current)
AC mains (Alternating Current)
Denotes the product is turned on.
Denotes the product is turned off.
WARNING
Describes precautions that should be observed to
prevent the possibility of death or injury to the user.
CAUTION
Describes precautions that should be observed to
prevent damage to the product.
Disposing of this product should not be placed in
municipal waste but rather in a separate collection.
WARNING
Power Supply
Ensure that them a inssource voltage (AC outlet)
matches the voltage rating of the product. Failure to
do so could resultin damage to the product and
possibly the user. Unplug the product before electrical
storms occur and when unused for long periods of
time to reduce the risk of electric shock or fire.
External Connection
Always use proper ready-made insulated mains
cabling (power cord). Failure to do so could result in
shock/death or fire. If in doubt, seek advice from a
registered electrician.
Do Not Remove Any Covers
Within the product are areas where high voltages may
present. To reduce the risk of electric shock do not
remove any covers unless the AC mains power cord is
removed. Covers should be removed by qualified
service personnel only.
No user serviceable parts inside.
Fuse
To prevent fire and damage to the product, use only
the recommended fuse type as indicated in this
manual. Do not short-circuit the fuse holder. Before
replacing the fuse, make sure that the product is OFF
and disconnected from the AC outlet.
Protective Ground
Before turning the unit ON, make sure that it is
connected to Ground. This is to prevent the risk of
electric shock.
Never cut internal or external Ground wires. Like wise,
never remove Ground wiring from the Protective
Ground Terminal.
Operating Conditions
Always install in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions.
To avoid the risk of electric shock and damage, do not
subject this product to any liquid/rain or moisture.
Do not use this product when in close proximity to
water.
Do not install this product near any direct heat source.
Do not block areas of ventilation. Failure to do so
could result in fire.
Keep product away from naked flames.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read these instructions
Follow all instructions
Keep these instructions. Do not discard.
Heed all warnings.
Only use attachments/ accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
Power Cord and Plug
Do not tamper with the power cord or plug. These are
designed for your safety.
Do not remove Ground connections!
If the plug does not fit your AC out let seek advice
from a qualified electrician.
Protect the power cord and plug from any physical
stress to avoid risk of electric shock.
Do not place heavy objects on the power cord. This
could cause electric shock or fire.
Cleaning
When required, either blow off dust from the product
oruse adry cloth.
Do not use any solvents such as Benzol or Alcohol.
For safety, keep product clean and free from dust.
Servicing
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel only.
Do not perform any servicing other than those
instructions contained within the User's Manual.
PORTABLE Carts and stands - The
component should be used
CART WARNING only with a cart or stand
that is recommended by
the manufacturer.
A component and cart
combination should be
moved with care. Quick
stops, excessive force,
and uneven surfaces may
cause the component and
cart combination to
overturn.
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Index
1. INTRODUCTION eee 4
2. FEATURES …..…... eee нонненане 4
3. USEFULL DATA nn ere ere 4
4, CONTROL ELEMENTS ere narnia 5
5. INSTALLATION TIPS ooo ere rer rer eee 13
6. CONNECTION DIAGRAM er нонсенс оне ноонноонноння 13
7. WIRE CONNECTIONS…....…....…..… eran rer ere 14
8. PRESET LIST ooo rire rreerrrererereerrrerereererrreee 15
9. BLOCK DIAGRAM re нонсенс 16
10. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 1100000 area naar оное нненны 18
11. GUARANTEE A 21
12. NOTES ooo eee eee 22
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the TOPP PRO TPA GIG 4200FX MKII/ 6250 MKII/ 8250 MKII PACK Pro Audio
Package. The TPA GIG 4200FX MKII / 6250 MKII / 8250 MKII PACK includes one powered mixer
(TPM4200FX MKII / TPM6250MKII /TPM8250MKII) and two high quality 2-way passive speaker cabinets
(TPS G10/TPS 112 NEO / TPS 115 NEO). The powered mixers are built with power amplifier (2*100W for
TPM4200FX, 300W for TPM6250MKII / TPM8250MKII and are available with 4 / 6 / 8 channel
configurations. 24-bit multieffects processor with 100 presets, built-in compressor / limiter, 7-band EQ
and RCA I/O with dedicated volume control, in addition the pack includes 2 speaker cables and one TMC
G101 dynamic microphone and XLR cable. They are designed to be rugged, powerful and filled with
quality features that would usually be found in much larger systems. The two passive speaker cabinets
Which can provide a cost effective high grade solution while maintaining high quality cabinet
construction and optimum components.
Please read this manual carefully so you can take advantages of all the features of the TPA GIG TPA GIG
4200FX MKII/ 6250 MKII/ 8250 MKII PACK. Thanks again for choosing TOPP PRO.
Features
MIXER
2 x 100W(peak power) amplifier (for TPM 4200FX MKII)
300W 4 Ohm amplifier mono (for TPM 6250/8250 МКИ)
Signal/peak indication on channel 1-4/6/8
4/6/8 line inputs through 1/4" jacks
4/6/8 balanced MIC inputs XLR jacks
2-band EQ on mono input channels (for TPM 4200ЕХ МКИ)
3-band EQ on mono input channels (for TPM 6250/8250 MKII)
7-band graphic equalizer
FX send for built-in or external effects
24-bit DSP effects with 100 presets
Monitor and effects sends on each channel
Independent level controls on each channel 8: RCA input
4 segment LED display for monitoring the output signals
1 AUX input, 3.5mm MP3 input, 2 RCA inputs
RCA in/out with volume control
Main and monitor line out jacks
Main power can be switchable between 115V and 230V
e SPEAKER CABINETS
e 2 TPS G10 wood cabinets with metal corners (for TPM 4200FX MKII)
е 2TPS 112/115 NEO wood cabinets with metal corners and plastic handle (for TPM 6250/8250MKII)
e 1x10" premium woofer and Piezo-electric transducer (for TPS G10)
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1x12"/1x15" woofer and 1x1" neodymium driver (for TPS 112/115 NEO)
2 High quality speaker cables
1 TMC G101 Dynamic microphone and 1 XLR mic cable
Usefull Data
Please write your serial number here for future reference.
Serial Number:
Date of Purchase:
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4.1 FRONT PANEL eT]
1- PEAK/SIGNAL LED PE MLS
This LED will illuminate green when there is a signal (зу Y HS,
present in the LINE / MIC input. When the signal nears ® #0 45 | 5
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2 - MONO INPUT CHANNELS a—{; 4)
CH1 - CH4 for TPM 4200FX MKII, CH1 - CH6 for TPM a He Po
6250MKII, CH1 - CH8 for TPM8250MKII. You can LEVEL
connect balanced, low impedance microphones or a
low level signal to the XLR socket. Use the 1/4" TRS (LINE 1)
IN) jack you can connect either a microphone or a line
level instrument such as synthesizers, drum machines,
effect processors or any other line level signal.
Note: You shall never connect an unbalanced
microphone to the XLR socket if you do not want to MIC IN (bal. LINE IN (bal)
damage both the microphone and the mixer. pr LY Г
3- DSP/FX AUX POST CONTROL 7
This control is configured as POST-FADER, so the audio
signal will be affected by channel level control. Via the
FX SEND socket, the AUX 1 signal can be an external
effective device.
4 - LEVEL CONTROL On
This control is used to adjust the overall level of the respective channel.
The adjustable range goes from -© to +10 dB. мен
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This is the bass control. The gain range goes from -15 dB to +15 dB and "5ав +50B
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This is the treble control. You can use it to get rid of high frequency e Low
noises or to boost the sound of cymbals or high harmonics of the @: >
human voice. The gain range goes from -15 dB to +15 dB with a center * 0) вон:
frequency of 12 kHz. "5ав +150B
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This is the mid range control. It can affect most fundamental = J,
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frequencies of all musical instruments and human voice. An atte ntive
us e of this control will give you a very wide panorama of sound effects.
The gain range goes from -12 dB to +12 dB and the center frequency is
2.5 kHz.
LOW
This is the bass control. It is used to boost male voice, kickdrum or bass
guitar. Your system will sound much bigger than what it is. The gain
range goes from -15 dB to +15 dB and the center frequency is 80 Hz. oui eel)
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7 - 12V LAMP (for TPM 6250/8250 MKII)
A BNC-TYPE lamp socket is provided for use with a gooseneck lamp.
8 - MONITOR LEVEL CONTROL
This control is used to adjust the level of monitor output.
9- +15V PHANTOM POWER SWITCH
This switch will apply +15 Volt Phantom Power only to the XLR sockets. When these XLR sockets are
connected with devices that not require Phantom Power, please make sure the Phantom Power is
turned off, failure to close may damage the device.
10 - LEVEL
This control used to adjust the level of TAPE IN and 3.5 jack signal simultaneously. The adjustable
range goes from -to +10 dB. For TPM 4200FX MKII, this LEVEL set is set on the rear panel.
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11 -TAPE IN & TAPE OUT JACKS
The unit features dual RCA jacks (left and right). If you wish to listen to your monitor from a tape
recorder, DAT or cassette, please use these tape input jacks.
Via the TAPE OUT you can route the main output signal into a tape recorder or DAT for recording.
For TPM 4200FX MKII, this LEVEL set up is on the rear panel.
The 3.5mm insert can be used to connect with computer, MP3, MP4 or CD players. (TPM 4200FX
MKII has not equipped this feature)
DSP SECTION WITH 24 BITS DIGITAL EFFECTS
The mixers features a special 100-preset digital effect. For further details please refer to the
following content.
12 - COMP / LIM SWITCH
Set the COMP/LIM switch to ON position in order to prevent your signals to exceed a level threshold
that would cause distortion. This switch is user defeatable and can be in the ON or OFF position
depending on your preference.
13 - POWER LED
This LED lights up when the unit is power on.
14 - LEVEL CONTROL
This control is used to adjust the output level. The adjustable range goes from -eoto + 10d
15-FXSEND
This jack is used to send out the signal from AUX bus.
16 - FX RETURN
This jack is used to return the sound of an effect unit to the main mix. You can also use it as an extra
auxiliaryinput.
17 -FOOTSWITCH
You can connect an external footswitch to turn the onboard effect module on/off, via the 1/4"
phone jack.
18 - MONITOR OUTPUT
This jack is used to connect the input of an external monitor amplifier or active monitor speaker.
19 - MAIN OUTPUT
This jack is used to output the main mix signal to an external unit.
20 - OUTPUT LEVEL LED
This 4-segment LED meter is used to indicate the output level.
21 - GRAPHIC EQ (for TPM 6250/8250 MKII)
The mixers are equipped with a graphic equalizer, and provides 7-band fader controls. Via these
faders, you can boost or attenuate the selected frequency by 15dB at a preset bandwidth. When all
faders are at the center position, the output of the equalizer is at flat response. They are used to
modify the frequency "contour" of a sound. The EQ function will be activates automatically as soon
as you operate your unit.
22 - DSP MUTE SWITCH
This switch is used to activate/deactivate the effect facility.
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23 - CLIP/MUTE LED
This LED lights up when the input signal is too strong. In case of the digital effect module being
muted, this LED also lights up.
24 - AUX/DFX RET
This control is used to adjust the volume of FX RETURN and MAIN OUTPUT effect.
25 - DISPLAY
Displays the selected preset.
26 - PROGRAM (PUSH)
Adjust this knob to select the right effect you wish to perform. There are a total of 100 options for
you: Echo, Vocal, Plate and versatile two-effect combination. When you are satisfied with the
chosen preset, please push this knob to store this preset.
27 - POWER SWITCH
This switch used to turn on / off the power of the unit. (For TPM 4200FX MKII, this switch is
positiones on the rear panel).
4.2 REAR PANEL
28 - OUTPUT
These connectors are used to output the signal to the speaker. The minimum speaker load is 2
ohms.
29 - VENTS
These vents are used for ventilation and heat
dissipation.
30 - ACINLET
Standard IEC receptacle, connect your mixer to mains
with the supplied power cord.
31 - VOLTAGE SELECTOR
There are two kinds of voltages for your operation.
From this switch you can select the voltage at 115V
or 230V.
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4.3 USB PLAYER SECTION (OPTIONAL)
This section can be selected and installed according to user's requirement. Please see the installation
procedure .(USB Module Installation)
The file system of USB memory for USB players is FAT16 and FAT32, and these players can only decode
MP3. It has 7 rank subordinate folders at most. (6) (4X2)(1) (3X5)
1- USB port: For connecting with USB memory equipment. |
2- 14< PRE: In pause state, press this key, it will go to the
previous song and still keep in pause state; In play state, = PLAYER = ©
press this key, it will go to the previous song and start O О © O
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3- »»1 NEXT: In pause state, press this key it will go to the next song and still keep in pause state; In play state,
press this key it will go to the next song and start playing; Furthermore press this key and hold for a few
seconds to increase the volume.
4- bil PLAY/PAUSE:In play state, press this key to pause the player; In pause state, press it to start playing.
5- m STOP: In play state, press this key to stop playing and all the songs in USB memory will appear on the
display ; In stop state, press M STOP/!4< PRE/ > NEXT keys again to go to first song and the player will
keep in pause state, then press »II PLAY/PAUSE key to play the song.
6- DISPLAY: All the USB player information are monitored through this sexy and magic display
Operation Instruction for Song Module
1- When no USB key inserted, the display will show as Fig. 1. INSERT USB KEY
2- Inserted the USB key, the USB player starts to search the songs in USB key,
and the display shows "Searching". At the end of the search, the display Fig |
will show as Fig. 2.Using t€< PRE/ »» NEXT keys, you can select one of MENU:
following three menu options ("Playing", "Program" and "Folder List").
Press Playing, the unit will enter into the corresponding operation mode. PROGRAM
3- "Playing" mode - single song play FOLDER LIST
a). In Fig 2, selecting the Playing mode to recall following interface. This Fig 2
display shows the name of all the folders containing MP 3 files. Using the
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1«< PRE/»>1 NEXT keys, you can scan the folders, then press »11 PLAY/PAUSE
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b). After opening the folder, the display will show as Fig 3. This display shows MP 3 file list, and
scrolling list using «« PRE/>>1 NEXT keys you can choose the desired song. Press the »11 PLAY/PAUSE
key, the selected song playback will start. In order to stop playback, you
just need to press the = stop key. Then, if you press the »11 PLAY/PAUSE
key, the song playback will start from the pause point, if you press again
them stop key, the system will return to Fig 3 interface.
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4- "Program" mode
a) In Fig 2, select "Program" to enter into the following interface:
"Play list Set": Set the playing list.
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"Playing List": Play list.
Press H4< PRE / >>1 NEXT key to select, press STOP key to return the Fig 2 PLAYING LIST
interface. Fig 5
b) After entering into the "Play List Set", the display will show as Fig 3.
Selecting the desired folder, the display will show the following interface. la classic music
The display will show all the MP 3 files, the selected song will be inserted Ea 3 Plenapop
into the playing list and a mark will appear. Press again you're going to LY ]Plena pop 02.mp
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delete the song from the playing list, and the mark will disappear. Press the
m STOP key, you will return to Fig 2 interface. The playing list can accept up to Fig 6
20 songs, and it will display the list according to song insert order.
c) The display will show the following interface. Press the "+ PRE / » NEXT
key, you can select the starting song, then press the» PLAY/PAUSE key, the
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selected song playback will start. Press» PLAY/PAUSE key again, or press
m STOP key, the playback will stop. Press mil PLAY/PAUSE key again, or press
m STOP key, the playback will start again from the same point. Twice press
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STOP, the USB player will return to Fig 3 interface.
5-Folder List:
See the Fig 3, the display shows MP 3 files folders names. Use t«< PRE/ »>1 NEXT key to scan, press
PLAY/PAUSE key, you'll enter into corresponding folder. In order to return to Fig 5 interface, you just II
need to press the m STOP key.
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For connecting with USB memory. — | | | |
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In pause state, press this key, it will go to previous track о || О
and keep in pause state. In play state, press this key, it will р O Ô
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3- »>INEXT (5x6) (7)
In pause state, press this key, it will go to next track and keep in pause state.
In play state, press this key, it will go to the next track and start playing.
4- cORPT
Press this key, the player will change between the following four modes:
REP ALL means to repeat all tracks in the memory, mark on the screen is A
REP1 means to repeat one track, the mark on the screen is“)
Play in order means to play the tracks according to the order, the mark on the screen 1s blank.
Random play means to play the tracks at random, the mark on the screen is A.
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5- pil PLAY/PAUSE
In play state, press Pl PLAY/PAUSE key to pause the player. In pause state, press» PLAY/PAUSE key to start
playing.
6-H STOP
In play state, press this key to stop playing and all the songs in USB memory will appear on the display ; In
stop state, press mm STOP/ i«PRE/ » NEXT keys again to go to first song and the player will keep in pause
state, then press re« PLAY/ »»1 PAUSE key to play the song.
7- POWER(Push & Hold)
When the unit is off, press this key and hold for about 2 or 3 seconds to turn on the power supply
of player. Repeat the above operation, you can turn off the power supply of the player.
NOTE: basic interface instruction
When the player isn't connected to a USB memory equipment, the interface is as follows:
When the player is in pause state, the interface is as follows:
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When the player is in use, the interface is as follows:
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keep in pause state. In play state, press this key, it will goto (© (Push & Hold)
the previous track and start playing. (5Y6)7) (8)
3- PPINEXT
In pause state, press this key, it will go to next track and keep in pause state. In play state, press this key,
it will go to the next track and start playing.
4- VOL/VOL +
Press VOL-/VOL+ key to increase or decrease volume during Power on state. The default factory setting is 10.
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5-REC
In power on state, press this key, it will go to the recording preparation state. Press REC again to start recording.
Any other operations are not available in recording state until press POWER to stop recording; if th e word Err
appears during recording, press POWER to stop.
6-»i1 PLAY/PAUSE
In play state, press pil PLAY/PAUSE key to pause the player. In pause state, press »IIPLAY/PAUSE key to start playing.
7-< RPT
Press this key, the player will change between the following four modes:
REP ALL means to repeat all tracks in the memory, mark on the screen is AD
REP1 means to repeat one track, the mark on the screen is“)
Play in order means to play the tracks according to the order, the mark on the screen is blank. Random play means
to play the tracks at random, the mark on the screen is A.
8-POWER(Push & Hold)
When the unit is off, press this key and hold for about 2 or 3 seconds to turn on the power supply of the player.
Repeat the above operation, you can turn off the power supply of the player.
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Installation Tips
1- Speakers should be placed in a position that allows for unobstructe sound projection. In many
instances is beneficial for speakers to be elevated on tripod stands to achieve maximum
dispersion and reach.
2- Use professional advice or service when hanging and installing speakers. Please take precautions
to secure them to prevent them from falling and hurting someone. Care should be taken as to
not damage the cabinet or its components. Please comply with all pertinent Regulations.
3- Use quality cables. Using quality cables will ensure the best possible sound.
4- For best results match the speakers to a good amplifier that matches the wattage and impedance
of your speakers. Proper amplification power results in good quality audio and longer
component life. Check out the power requirement for your cabinet.
5- Avoid pointing a microphone directly at an amplified speaker doing so, could cause feedback
possibly damaging speaker components and your hearing.
Enjoy the sound!
Connecting Diagram
Make all initial connections with all the equipment powered off, and make sure that the main
volume controls are turned down completely.
1) With a high quality signal line connect a CD player or other players to the powered mixer.
2) Using the speaker cable connect the INPUT of the two passive speakers to the OUTPUT of the
powered mixer.
3) Complete other connections as illustrated. And then turn the power on.
4) Turn up the volume controls of the the powered mixer to about 70%.
5) Use the mixer PFL function of the powered mixer to get the proper input level, and adjust the
Main Mix Level control to manipulate the output level.
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Wire Connections
Either the 1/4" TRS phone jack or XLR connector can be wired in balanced and unbalanced
modes, which will be determined by the actual application status, please wire your system
as the following wiring examples:
For 1/4" Phone jack
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For XLR connector
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Pin2 (+)
Pin3 (-)
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XLR Type Unbalanced XLR Type Balanced
In-line Connection
For these applications the unit provides 1/4" TRS and XLR connectors to easily interface
with most professional audio devices. Follow the configuration examples below for your
particular connection.
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Preset List
SERIES
00—09
10—19
20—29
30—39
40—49
50—59
60—69
70—79
80—89
90—99
Vocal
Small Room
Large Hall
Echo
Echo + Verb
Flange + Verb
Plate
Chorus
Rotary
Tremolo
Simulates a small space
with slight decay time
Simulates a bright
studio room.
Simulates a large
acoustic space.
Echo/Delay effect
Echo & Reverb
Combination.
Flanger effect & Reverb
combination
Simulates classic
bright vocal plate.
Guitar Effect: Chorus
Guitar Effect: Rotary
Guitar Effect: Tremolo
No | Preset | Description | Parameter
Rev. decay time: 0.8~0.9s
Pre-delay: 0-45ms
Rev. decay time: 0.8~0.9s
Pre-delay: 0-45ms
Decay time: 3.6~5.4s
Delay time: 145~205 ms
Delay time: 208~650ms
Decay time: 1.7~2.1s
Decay time: 1.5 2.9ms
Rate: 0.8Hz~2.52 Hz
Decay time: 0.9s~3.6s
Rate: 0.92 Hz~1.72Hz
Modulation depth:
20% ~ 80%
Rate: 0.6Hz—5Hz
TOPP PRO
MUSIC GEAR
SERIES
Block Diagram
(-30/-10dB)
CHI1--CH4
2 2
MIC IN (| Y 3 —
(-50/-20dB)
LINE |
2-STAGE EQ
FX RETURN
IN-BUS
(-10dB)
> LEVEL
DSP SEND
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DEX(DSP)
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MUSIC GEAR
SERIES
TOPP PRO
MUSIC GEAR
Technical Specifications
Model Number
Input Channels
Impedance
THD
Equalization
DSP section
Main Mix section
AMP Section
Power Supply
Physical
TPA GIG 4200FX Mkil PACK
Microphone Input Electronically balanced, discrete input
Frequency Response 12Hz to 55KHz, + 3dB
Gain 45dB
SNR (signal to noise ratio) >75dB
Line Input Electronically Balanced
Frequency Response 12Hz to 55KHz, + 3dB
Gain 20dB
Microphone Input 1.5K Ohm
All other inputs 10K Ohm or greater
Tape Out 1K Ohm
All other outputs 120 Ohm
0.5% at 10dB Below Rated Output Power
Hi shelving + 15dB @ 10KHz
Low shelving + 15dB @ 100Hz
Graphic EQ 7 band, 4/3 Octave
A/D and D/A converters 24 Bit
DSP Resolution 24 Bit
Type of effects Echo, Echo+Verb, Tremolo, Plate, Chorus, Vocal, Rotary,
Small Room, Flanger+Verb and Large Hall
Presets 100
Controls 100 Position PRESET Selector
CLIP Led
MUTE SWITCH with Led indicator
Noise (Bus Noise) Fader OdB, channels muted:-85dB (ref. +4dBu)
Fader OdB, all input channels assigned and set to
UNITY gain: -81dB (ref.:+4dBu)
Monitor Max out +22dBu unbalanced, 1/4” jacks
FX Sends out +22dBu
Output power 2 x 100W RMS at 1 KHz THD= 1%, Load=40
Frequency Response 20Hz to 20KHz, + 3dB
115 Volts 60Hz - 230 Volts 50Hz Switchable
Dimensions 466 x 280 x 191mm
Net Weight 7.8Kg
Technical Specifications
SERIES
Model Number
Input Channels
Impedance
THD
Equalization
DSP section
Main Mix section
AMP Section
Power Supply
TPA GIG 6250 / 8250 MkiI PACK
Microphone Input
Frequency Response
Gain
SNR (signal to noise ratio)
Line Input
Frequency Response
Gain
Microphone Input
All other inputs
Tape Out
All other outputs
Electronically balanced, discrete input
12Hz to 55KHz, + 3dB
45dB
>75dB
Electronically Balanced
12Hz to 55KHz, + 3dB
30dB
1.5K Ohm
10K Ohm or greater
1K Ohm
120 Ohm
0.5% at 10dB Below Rated Output Power
Hi shelving
Mid Shelving
Low shelving
Graphic EQ
A/D and D/A converters
DSP Resolution
Type of effects
Presets
Controls
Noise (Bus Noise)
Monitor Max out
FX Sends out
Output power
Frequency Response
+ 15dB @ 10KHz
+ 12dB @ 2.5KHz
+ 18dB @ 80Hz
7 band, 4/3 Octave
24 Bit
24 Bit
Echo, Echo+Verb, Tremolo, Plate, Chorus, Vocal, Rotary,
Small Room, Flanger+Verb and Large Hall
100
100 Position PRESET Selector
CLIP Led
MUTE SWITCH with Led indicator
Fader 0dB, channels muted:-8>dB (ref. +4dBu)
Fader OdB, all input channels assigned and set to
UNITY gain: -81dB (ref.:+4dBu)
+22dBu unbalanced, 1/4” jacks
+22dBu
300W RMS at 1 KHz THD= 1%, Load=4Q
20Hz to 20KHz, + 3dB
115 Volts 60Hz - 230 Volts 50Hz Switchable
TOPP PRO
MUSIC GEAR
SERIES
TOPP PRO
MUSIC GEAR
Technical Specifications
SPEAKER SECTION
Continuous
Power Handling
Program
Max SPL at 1m
Frequency Response
Impedance
Crossover Frequency
Woofer
Tweeter
Mixer
Dimensions
Cabinet
Mixer
Net Weight
Cabinet
100W (TPS G10)
200W (TPS 112 NEO)
200W (TPS 115 NEO)
200W (TPS G10)
400W (TPS 112 NEO)
400W (TPS 115 NEO)
113 dB SPL +3dB (TPS G10)
118 dB SPL +3dB (TPS 112NEO)
119 dB SPL =3dB (TPS 115NEO)
60Hz-18KHz (+=6dB) (TPS G10)
55Hz-20KHz (+6dB) (TPS 112/115 NEO)
8 Ohm
3.2KHz (TPS G10)
3.8KHz (TPS 112 NEO)
2.5KHz (TPS 115 NEO)
1 x 10" Premium Woffer (TPS G10)
1 x 12" Premium Woffer (TPS 112NEO)
1 x 15" Premium Woffer (TPS 115NEO)
Piezo-electric transducer (TPS G10)
1" Neodymium Driver 1" Voice Coil (TPS 112/115 NEO)
466 x 280 x 191 mm (TPM 4200FX MKII)
415 x 220 x 274 mm (TPM 6250ЕХ МКИ)
482 x 220 x 274 mm (TPM 8250FX MKII)
456 x 318 x 280 mm (TPS G10)
591 x 395.2 x 353 mm (TPS 112NEO)
658 x 453.6 x 453 mm (TPS 115NEO)
8.61Kg / 18.98Lbs (TPM 4200FX MKII)
9.7Kg / 21.38Lbs (TPM 6250 MKII)
10.8Kg / 23.38Lbs (TPM 8250 МКИ)
8.2Kg / 18.1Lbs (TPS G10)
12.9Kg / 28.3Lbs (TPS 112NEO)
16.3Kg / 35.9Lbs (TPS 115NEO)
SERIES
Guarantee
Topp Pro guarantees the normal operation of the product against any defect of manufactureand/
or vice of material, by the term of (12) months, counted as of the date of purchase on the part of the
user, committing itself to repair or to change, to its election, without position some, any piece or
component that will fail in normal conditions of use within the mentioned period.
This guarantee is valid if the original buyer will have to present/display this certificate properly
sealed and signed by the selling house, accompanied by the corresponding invoice of purchase
where it consisted the model and serial number of the acquired equipment.
The guarantee does not cover:
- Damages caused by the illegal use of the product, repair and/or nonauthorized modification
conducted by people by Topp Pro.
- Damages caused by the connection of the equipment to other equipment different from the
specified ones in the manual of use, or by bad connection to these last ones.
- Damages caused by electrical storms, blows and/or incorrect transport.
- Damages caused by excesses or falls of tension in the network or by connection to networks
with a tension different from the required one by the unit.
- Damages caused by the presence of sand, acid of batteries, water, or any strange element inside
the equipment.
- Deteriorations produced by the course of the time, use and/or normal wear of the unit.
- Alteration or absence of the serial number of factory of the equipment.
The repairs could only be carried out the authorized technical service by Topp Pro, that will inform
about the term and other details into the repairs to take place according to this guarantee.
Topp Pro, will repair this unit in counted a term nongreater to 30 days as of the date of entrance of
the unit to the Technical Service. In those cases in that due to the particularitity of the spare part,
outside necessary their import, the repair time and the viability of the same one will be subject to
the effective norms for the import of parts, in which case one will inquire to the user about the term
and possibility into repair.
With the object of its correct operation, and of the validity of this one guarantee, this product will
have to be installed and to be used according to the instructions that are detailed in the manual
associate or the package of the product.
This unit will be able to appear for its repair, next to the invoice of purchase (or any other proof
where the date of purchase consists), to its authorized distributer Topp Pro or an authorized
technical center on watch by Topp Pro.
Exclusion of damages:
THE RESPONSABILITY OF TOPP PRO BY ANY DEFECTIVE PRODUCT IS LIMITED THE REPAIR OR
THE REPLACEMENT OF HE HIMSELF, TO TOPP OPTION PRO. IF WE CHOSE TO REPLACE THE
PRODUCT, THE REPLACEMENT CAN BE A RECONDITIONATED UNIT. TOPP PRO WILL NOT BE
RESPONSIBLE BY THE DAMAGES BASED ON THE LOST, INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OF USE,
BENEFITS, LOST SAVINGS, BY THE DAMAGE TO OTHER EQUIPMENT OR OTHER ARTICLES IN THE
USE SITE, OR BY ANY OTHER DAMAGE IF HE IS FORTUITOUS, CONSEQUENT OR OF ANOTHER
TYPE, ALTHOUGH TOPP PRO HAS BEEN NOTICED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow to the exclusion or the limitation to the fortuitous or consequent
damages, so the aforesaid limitation can not be applied to you.
This guarantee gives specific legal rights him, you you can also have other right that varies of state
to state.
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