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Introduction:
Congratulations on your purchase of the DPS™ 7000. You have just purchased a professional Digital
Production System designed to provide you with almost limitless music editing capabilities. This system was
designed using the highest quality digital effects possible, so edit away and enjoy the endless hours of enter-
tainment you can provide.
Features:
* Two full computer logic transports
* Digital key transposition (pitch control)
« 16-bit professional quality digital effects
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* Chorus
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* Vocal Enhancer
+ Music Search function available on both transports simultaneously
* Four input sources; CD, AUX, Tape 1, Tape 2
* “Tempo” tape speed control for Transport 1
e Separate Bass and Treble controls for the music
* Separate Bass and Treble controls for the vocals
* Two low impedance (professional XLR style) inputs
* Two high impedance microphone inputs (1/4")
* Vocal Eliminator
* Vocal Insert (patch point)
e Remote footswitch control (footswitch optional)
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Front Panel Descriptions
1. Power Button
2. TapPE 1 EJECT BUTTON
Note: If tape is playing when unit is shut off, tape door may “lock”. To
unlock door, repower unit and tape door will unlock. Attempting to
remove tape with door locked may damage cassette
mechanism.
3. Transport (Tape) 1
This transport allows PLAYBACK only.
4. Tape 2 Eject Button
5. Transport (Tape) 2
This transport allows PLAYBACK or RECORD.
6. Play Button (Tape 1)(>)
7. Rewind Button (Tape 1)(<<)
8. Fast Forward Button (Tape 1)(>>)
Note: To engage the Music Search Mode in the forward direction, simultaneously
press the PLAY and FAST FORWARD buttons. Once the Music Search Mode 1s
engaged, you need only press the Fast Forward button to add songs. Another fea-
ture of the Music Search Mode is the ability to remove songs from the list of songs
to be skipped. In the forward direction this is accomplished by pressing the Rewind
button once for each song to be removed from the list.
To engage the Music Search Mode in the reverse direction, simultaneously press
the PLA Y and REWIND buttons. Once the Music Search Mode is engaged you
need only press the Rewind button to add songs. To remove songs from the list in
the reverse direction, press the Fast Forward button once for each song to be re-
moved form the list. To cancel the Music Search, press the Stop button once.
Note: When in play mode, press “stop” before engaging music search.
Example: Suppose you wish to search forward on the tape by 3 songs. First you
would simultaneously press the PLAY and FAST FORWARD buttons: This will
engage the Music Search Mode and skip 1 song. Now you need to press the Fast
Forward button 2 more times. Suppose that you accidently pressed the Fast For-
ward button 3 times: To remove the unwanted song from the list, you would press
the Rewind button once. Follow the same procedure to engage the Music Search
feature in the reverse (Rewind) direction.
9. Stop Button (B)
10. Select Button
This allows you to select between the four different input sources: CD -
Compact Disc, AUX - Auxiliary, Tape 1, and Tape 2.
Note: The appropriate LED, to the right of the SELECT button, will light when
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the input source is selected.
Record (80)
Play Button (Tape 2)(>)
Rewind Button (Tape 2)(<<)
Fast Forward Button (Tape 2)(>>)
Note: The Music Search feature works exactly the same for Tape 2 as described
above for Tape 1. Also, you can perform searches on both transports at the same
time.
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19.
20.
Stop Button (Ш)
Pause Button (||)
Tempo Control Knob
This allows you to adjust the Tempo (tape speed) at which the Tape 1
transport plays.
Digital Key Transposition Lower Button
This allows the pitch of the music only to be shifted lower in half steps.
Digital Key Transposition Higher Button
This allows the pitch of the music only to be shifted higher in half steps.
Vocal Eliminator
The Vocal Eliminator has five modes:
e Normal. This is the default mode. In this mode, all LEDs will be OFF.
Stereo and Mono sources will play back normally. |
e Eliminator Setup. To engage this mode, press the Vocal Eliminator button
one time. The top LED will begin to blink, indicating that you may begin
the setup of the Vocal Eliminator. The Bass and Treble controls in the
Music section are redefined to eliminate vocals from the selected input
source. The recommended setting for these controls to begin adjustment is
in the center position. The following procedure is recommended to best
eliminate vocals:
1. Set the Bass and Treble controls from the Music Section to the center
position.
2. Beginning with the bottom control (labeled Bass), begin to slowly
adjust in either the clockwise or counter-clockwise direction. You
should begin to hear the lead vocals getting quieter. If this isn't what
you hear, turn the knob in the opposite direction.
2 Once von have adinsted the Bass control for minimum vocals. turn the
Note:
top control (labeled Treble) in a clockwise or counter-clockwise direc-
tion. This should reduce the remaining treble content of the vocals.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you are satisfied that the vocals are cancelled
as much as possible.
Do not become discouraged. This is a delicate process requiring practice
and patience to master. Also, it is not always possible to completely
eliminate the vocals. The amount of cancellation you can get when properly
tuned will vary from recording to recording. You may be able to cancel the
lead vocals but not the effects on that recording. On most recordings you
will get enough cancellation that your voice will completely mask the
original artist‘s voice. Additionally, adding reverb to your voice will help
cover any left over original vocals. Also, vocals can only be cancelled on
stereo recordings.
Eliminator Mode. When the eliminator setup mode has been completed,
press the Vocal Eliminator button once more and you will notice that the
top LED stops blinking and stays on. This indicates that the Vocal Elimina-
tor mode is engaged and what you hear is the music with the vocals can-
celled. The Bass and Treble controls are returned to their normal functions.
Background L. This LED will light when this mode is selected.
This mode takes the LEFT track of the stereo tape, stereo simulates it, and
plays it back through the left and right speakers. |
Background R. This LED will light when this mode 1s selected.
This mode takes the RIGHT track of the stereo tape, stereo simulates 1t, and
plays it back through the left and right speakers.
21. 1/4" Stereo Headphone Jack
22. Master Level
This controls the output volume of the headphones and the audio output
(Left, Right, and Balanced outputs).
MUSIC SECTION:
23. Music Level
This control adjusts the level of the music in the overall mix. The recom-
mended setting for this control is half clockwise, 12 o’clock, with the micro-
phone input level at half clockwise, and the Master level set low and slowly
adjusted to provide an appropriate listening level.
Note: These recommended settings can vary due to differences in the vocal style,
dynamics of the music used, etc. Also, the level setting of the microphone
one and two controls may vary, depending on the sensitivity and impedance
of the microphone(s) used.
24. Balance
This control adjusts the stereo balance.
25. Bass
This control adjusts the amount of bass boost/cut for the music only. This is
accomplished through digital electronic circuitry.
26. Treble
This control adjusts the amount of treble boost/cut for the music only. This is
accomplished through digital electronic circuitry.
Note: The Bass and Treble controls from this section are redefined when in the
Vocal Eliminator Setup mode to control the cancellation of the vocals from
the input source.
27. Record Level
This is the master control used to set the record level of Tape 2. If the level is
in the “Normal” range, the NORMAL LED will glow green; if there is an
overload, meaning the record level is set too high, the OVERLOAD LED
will glow red. To correct an OVERLOAD situation, turn the RECORD
LEVEL knob to the left (counter-clockwise) until only the NORMAL LED
glows green.
Note: It is acceptable for the Overload LED to flash briefly during peaks in the
music. Extended periods of the overload condition leads to a recording with
distortion.
VOCAL SECTION:
28. Bass
This control adjusts bass boost/cut for the vocals only.
29. Treble
This control adiusts treble boost/cut for the vocals only.
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37.
Note:
38.
Echo
This control adjusts the Time delay and Repeat gain. For no Echo, the knob
should be full left (counter-clockwise).
Rate
This is the speed and depth control on the chorus effect. For no Chorus, the
knob should be full left (counter-clockwise).
Effect Mix
This controls the depth of the delay (ECHO) and chorus (RATE) features.
Vocal Enhancer
This gives more presence to the voice, helping it to cut through the mix and
making it “brighter.”
Reverb
This controls the Size and Decay Time of the vocal Reverb. For no Reverb
the knob should be full left (counter-clockwise).
Mic 1
1/4" High Z microphone jack allows you to plug in either a high impedance
microphone or a musical instrument, such as a guitar, keyboard, etc.
Level
Volume control for MIC 1 input.
Mic 2
1/4" High Z microphone jack allows you to plug in either a high impedance
microphone or a musical instrument, such as a guitar, keyboard, etc.
so that anything plugged into the front jacks, either microphone or
instrument, will automatically disconnect the microphone plugged into the
rear.
Level
Volume control for MIC 2 input.
The microphone jacks on the front of the unit override the ones on the rear,
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Back Panel Descriptions
Phantom Power
This provides +12 volts to microphones that require phantom power
Mic 1
This provides an XLR connection for use with professional quality low imped-
ance microphones. (Dynamic or “phantom” powered microphones.)
Mic 2
This provides an XLR connection for use with professional quality low im-
pedance microphones. (Dynamic or “Phantom” powered microphones.)
Note: When a microphone or instrument is plugged into the MIC 1 or MIC 2
jacks on the front of the unit, the corresponding jack on the rear of the unit
automatically becomes disengaged.
Vocal Insert
This is a “patch” point which can be used to patch any external signal
processor from an equalizer to a compressor/limiter onto the vocals BEFORE
they are sent for digital processing. To take advantage of this feature, a stereo
cable must be used - The ring sends the signal to the effects unit, the tip returns
the signal from the effects unit, and the sleeve acts as ground for both signals.
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CD
This is an RCA style stereo input for use with a Compact Disc player, Laser
Disc player, or other line level source.
AUX
This is an RCA -style stereo auxiliary input for use with any line level source
Main Out
This is an RCA style stereo main audio output for this unit.
Balanced Output
This provides an XLR connection for monophonic microphone level output to
allow input into a professional sound system.
Remote Switch
This is 1/4" stereo jack that can be used with a momentary footswitch or other
device to control the operation of Tape 1 and Tape 2. It is possible to control
Stop/Play on Tape 1 and Play/Pause or Record/Pause for Tape 2. The tip
controls Transport 2, the ring controls the Transport 1, and the sleeve is
ground for both controls. Using a mono footswitch will only affect transport 2.
Remote Mode
This switch allows you to mute the microphones during “footswitch’ pause.
This feature only works when a remote footswitch is used and only one of the
transports is playing or recording.
Fuse
WARNING : The fuse should only be replaced when the power cord has been
disconnected from its power source. The fuse is located within the cap of the
fuse holder. IT MUST BE REPLACED WITH THE SAME TYPE AND VALUE
IN ORDER TO AVOID DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT AND TO PREVENT
VOIDING THE WARRANTY.
If this unit repeatedly blows fuses, it should be taken to a qualified service
center for repair.
Line Cord (120 V Products Only)
For your safety, we have incorporated a 3-wire lines (mains) cable with
proper grounding facilities. It is not advisable to remove the ground pin under
any circumstances. If it is necessary to use the equipment without proper
grounding facilities, suitable grounding adaptors should be used. Greatly
reduced shock hazard exists when the unit 1s operated with the proper
grounded receptacles.
This tour is intended to provide you with the general knowledge and skill required
to obtain a recording you can be proud of.
We will be using Tape 1 for the input source for this tour; however, the following
procedure is recommended regardless of the input source.
Transport Setup:
Turn the power on.
Insert the cassette in Tape 1 that you will be using to record from.
Insert the cassette in Tape 2 that you will be using to record to.
Using the SELECT button, select Tape 1 as the input source.
Set the MUSIC LEVEL to a comfortable listening level.
Press the RECORD and PLAY buttons on Tape 2, then press the PAUSE
button. You are now ready to set the record level.
7 Press the PLAY button for Tape 1 and set the RECORD LEVEL.
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Note: When setting the Record Level, the LED labeled Normal should have a
steady glow during music, while the LED labeled Overload may flicker on
the musical peaks.
Vocal Elimination:
8. Press the PLAY button on Tape 1, press the Vocal Eliminator button to
engage the set up mode, refer to the Front Panel descriptions and follow the
procedure for “cancelling” vocals from music.
Microphone setup (1 microphone):
9. Plug a microphone into the MIC 1 input, either on the front or on the rear of
the DPS 1000 depending on which type of microphone you are using.
10. Adjust the LEVEL of MIC 1.
Note: What you want to hear when adjusting the level of the microphone is
the vocals becoming “part” of the music. You don’t want to hear the
vocals as being much louder than the music and you don’t want to hear
the vocals as being much softer than the music. Once you feel that you
have accomplished this blend you will be ready to record. If you hear dis-
tortion in the vocals or can't get them loud enough for a good mix, reduce
the music level and try again.
Microphone setup (2 microphones):
11. Plug the microphones into the MIC 1 and MIC 2 inputs, either on the front or
the rear of the unit depending on which type of microphones are used.
12. Adjust the LEVEL of MIC 1 and MIC 2.
Note: For this adjustment you will not only be trying to blend the vocals to the
music but to each other as well. Again, you want to hear the vocals become
“part” of the music, but this time you also want the vocals to blend well
together. You don’t want one of the vocals overpowering the other. Once
you feel that you have accomplished this blend you will be ready to record.
Vocal Setup:
(Setting up the vocals that you are going to provide.)
13. Adjust the BASS and TREBLE controls in the Voice section to a level that
you feel has the proper blend with the music.
14. (Optional) Add any Digital Stereo Effects you like to help enhance the vocals
to be added to the music. For a detailed description of each of the effects, refer
to the Vocal Section of the Front Panel Descriptions.
15. (Optional) Add Reverb to the vocals.
16. (Optional) Use the Vocal Enhancer; this makes the vocals “brighter.”
Recording:
(After completing the previous steps.)
17. Engage the Music Search feature to locate the song you want to record.
18. Since both transports were set up in step 6, you will only need to press the
PLAY button on Tape 1, then press the PAUSE button on Tape 2 to begin
recording.
19. When finished recording, press the PAUSE button on Tape 2 and the STOP
button on Tape 1. For further recordings, simply locate the song you wish to
record by engaging the Music Search feature, then press the PAUSE button
on Tape 2 to begin recording from where you left off!
20. Repeat steps 17 thru 19 for each song to be recorded.
Specifications
Tape Deck
Frequency Response
Signal to Noise Ratio
Distortion
Wow and Flutter
40) Hz to 14 kHz +/- 3 dB
50 dB
<3% @ 0 dB
< 07%
Low Impedance Microphone (preamp only)
Frequency Response
Equivalent Input Noise
40 Hz to 14 kHz +0/- 3 dB
-114 dB
High Impedance Microphone (preamp only)
Frequency Response
Equivalent Input Noise
CD Input, AUX Input
Frequency Response
Signal to Noise Ratio
Distortion
Pitch Shift
Tempo Control
Transport 1
Tape Type
40 Hz to 14 kHz +0/- 3 dB
-124 dB
40 Hz to 14 kHz +/- 1 dB
> 75 dB
< .08%
+/- 3 half steps
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WARRANTY
Peavey Electronics Corporation warrants to the original purchaser of this new Architectural Acoustics ® product that it
is free from defects in material and workmanship. If within one (1) year from date of purchase a properly installed
product proves to be defective and Peavey is notified, Peavey will repair or replace it at no charge. (Note: Batteries
and patch cords not covered.) “Original purchaser” means the customer for whom the product is originally installed.
Damage resulting from improper installation, interconnection of a unit or system of another manufacturer, accident or
unreasonable use, neglect or any other cause not arising from defects in material and workmanship is not covered by
this warranty. The warranty is valid only as to products purchased and installed in the United States.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR USE. UNDER NO
CIRCUMSTANCES WILL PEAVEY BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOST PROFITS, LOST SAVINGS, INCIDENTAL DAMAGES
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT, EVEN IF
PEAVEY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS THE ONLY
EXPRESS WARRANTY ON THIS PRODUCT, AND NO OTHER STATEMENT, REPRESENTATION, WARRANTY OR
AGREEMENT BY ANY PERSON SHALL BE VALID OR BINDING UPON PEAVEY.
Peavey's liability to the original purchaser for damages for any cause whatsoever and regardlesss of the form of
action, is limited to the actual damages up to the greater of Five Hundred Dollars ($500) or an amount equal to the
purchase price of the product that caused the damage or that is the subject of or is directly related to the cause of
action. This limitation of liability will not apply to claims for personal injury or damage to real property or tangible
personal property allegedly caused by Peavey's negligence. For information on service under this warranty, call a
Peavey customer service representative at (601) 483-5376.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING When using electric products, basic cautions should always be followed, including the following.
1. Read all safety and operating instructions before using this product.
2. All safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
3. Obey all cautions in the operating instructions and on the back of the unit.
4. All operating instructions should be followed.
5. This product should not be used near water, i.e.. a bathtub, sink, swimming pool, wet basement, etc.
6. This product should be located so that its position does no interfere with its proper ventilation. It should not be placed flat
against a wall or placed in a built-in enclosure that will impede the flow of cooling air.
7. This product should not be placed near a source of heat such as a stove, radiator, or another heat producing amplifier.
Connect only to a power supply of the type marked on the unit adjacent to the power supply cord.
Never break off the ground pin on the power supply cord. For more information on grounding, write for our free booklet
“Shock Hazard and Grounding.”
10. Power supply cords should always be handled carefully. Never walk or place equipment on power supply cords. Periodically
check cords for cuts or signs of stress, especially at the plug and the point where the cord exits the unit.
11. The power supply cord should be unplugged when the unit is to be unused for long periods of time.
12. If this product is to be mounted in an equipment rack, rear support should be provided.
13. Metal parts can be cleaned with a damp rag. The vinyl covering used on some units can be cleaned with a damp rag, or an
ammonia-based household cleaner if necessary. Disconnect unit from power supply before cleaning.
14. Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the unit through the ventilation holes or any
other openings.
15. This unit should be checked by a qualified service technician if
a. The power supply cord or plug has been damaged.
b. Anything has fallen or been spilled into the unit.
c. The unit does not operate correctly.
d. The unit has been dropped or the enclosure damaged.
16. The user should not attempt to service this equipment. All service work should be done by a qualified service technician.
17. This product should be used only with a cart or stand that is recommended by Peavey Electronics.
18. Exposure to extremely high noise levels may cause a permanent hearing loss. Individuals vary considerably in susceptibility to
noise induced hearing loss, but neary everyone will lose some hearing if exposed to sufficiently intense noise for a sufficient
time.
The U.S. Government's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has specified the following permissible noise
level exposures.
Duration Per Day In Hours Sound Level dBA, Slow Response
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92
95
97
100
102
105
110
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According to OSHA, any exposure in excess of the above permissible limits could result in some hearing loss.
Ear plugs or protectors in the ear canals or over the ears must be worn when operating this amplification system in order to
prevent a permanent hearing loss if exposure is in excess of the limits as set forth above. To ensure against potentially
dangerous exposure to high sound pressure levels, it is recommended that all persons exposed to equipment capable of produc-
ing high sound pressure levels such as this amplification system be protected by hearing protectors while this unit is in
operation.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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ARCHITECTURAL ACOUSTICS?
Features and specifications subject to change without notice.
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