VocoPro DA-3050K User's Manual

VocoPro DA-3050K User's Manual
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DIGITAL KARAOKE MIXING SYSTEM
INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
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CONTENTS
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1. POWER SWITCH \— —
2. INPUT SELECTOR
3. MUSIC VOLUME CONTROL
4. MIC. VOLUME CONTROL
5. AUTO KEY RESET
6. DIRECT ACCESS DIGITAL KEY
CONTROL
7. VOCAL CANCEL
8. VOCAL PARTNER
« 9. DIGITAL KEY CONTROL
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1.POWER SWITCH SIMULTANEOUSLY.
PRESSING THIS SWITCH TURNS ON WHEN USING A MIC. WITH KEY
THE POWER. CONTROL SWITCH, CONNECT THE
PRESSING THIS SWITCH AGAIN TURNS MIC CABLE TO MIC. 1,2, 3 JACK, AND
OFF THE POWER CONNECT THE KEY CONTROL CABLE
2.DIGITAL ECHO REPEAT AND DELAY TO THE KEY CONTROL JACK. ue
CONTROL
CONTROL THE ECHO CHARACTERIS-
TICS OF MIC. 1,2,3.
DELAY: ADJUSTS THE TIMING OF
THE ECHO.
REPEAT. ADJUSTS THE REPETITION
INTERVAL OF THE ECHO.
3.DIGITAL ECHO CONTROL
CONTROLS THE DIGITAL ECHO LEVELS
FOR MIC. 1,2,3 SIMULTANEOUSLY.
4.MIC. BASS AND TREBLE CONTROL
ADJUSTS THE TONE (BASS/TREBLE) OF
THE MIC.
S.MIC.1 - MIC.3 VOLUME CONTROL
TO ADJUST THE RESPECTIVE MIC.
LEVEL INDEPENDENTLY.
6.MIC AND KEY CONTROLLER JACKS
THREE MIC. CAN OPERATE
PLEASE NOTE:
A. WHEN CONNECTING THE MIC. KEEP
THE VOLUME AT A LOWER LEVEL TO
PROTECT THE SPEAKER AND AMP.
B. THE SET POSITION OF THE KEY
CONTROL MIGHT CHANGE WHEN THE
CONTROL PLUG IS CONNECTED TO OR
REMOVED FROM THE KEY CONTROLLER
JACK. IN SUCH A CASE,RESET TO THE
DESIRED POSITION.
7.VOCAL CANCEL
USE THIS MODE TO CANCEL THE
LEAD VOCAL ON KARAOKE
MULTIPLEX DISC OR TAPE.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS FEATURE MAY NOT
WORK ON SOME DVD OR LD
KARAOKE DISC. IN THIS CASE, USE
THE AUDIO CONTROL ON THE DVD OR
LD PLAYER TO CANCEL THE VOCAL.
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8.VOCAL PARTNER
USE THIS MODE FOR SINGING RELAY
WITH THE VOCALIST ON KARAOKE
MULTIPLEX DISC OR TAPE.
THE VOCAL ON THE KARAOKE DISC
OR TAPE WILL ONLY BE CANCELLED
WHEN SINGING INTO THE MIC.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS FEATURE MAY NOT
WORK ON SOME DVD OR LD
KARAOKE DISC.
9.KEY CONTROL AUTO RESET
USE THIS MODE TO RESET KEY
CONTROL BACK TO STANDARD PITCH
AFTER EACH SONG.
10.KEY CONTROL BUTTONS
PRESS TO CHANGE THE PITCH OF THE
MUSIC SOURCE DIGITALLY.
CENTER: RESET TO THE STANDARD
PITCH.
UP #1~#6: RAISE THE MUSIC TO A
MAXIMUM OF SIX 1/2 TONES ABOVE
THE STANDARD KEY.
DOWN b1~b6: DECREASES THE MUSIC
TO A MAXIMUM OF SIX 1/2 TONES
BELOW THE STANDARD KEY.
11.INPUT SELECTOR/INDICATORS
SELECT AND DISPLAYS THE INPUT
SOURCE SIGNALS YOU WISH TO PLAY.
12.LEFT/RIGHT CHANNEL LEVEL
INDICATOR
DISPLAY THE INPUT LEVEL OF THE
MUSIC BEEN PLAYED.
13.POWER INDICATOR LIGHT
DISPLAYS THE UNIT IS TURN ON OR
OFF.
14.KEY CONTROL INDICATOR
DISPLAYS THE KEY OF THE UNIT IS
BEEN SET AT.
15.REMOTE SENSOR
16.MIC. MASTER VOLUME
CONTROLS THE OVERALL VOLUME OF
THE MIC. 1,2 AND 3.
17.MUSIC VOLUME CONTROL
CONTROLS THE MUSIC VOLUME OF
THE INPUT SOURCE BEEN SELECTED
(DVD PLAYER, CDG PLAYER, LD
PLAYER OR TAPE PLAYER.
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1. VIDEO OUTPUT JACKS
CONNECT TO THE VIDEO INPUT JACK OF A TV MONITOR UP TO THREE TV
MONITOR CAN BE CONNECTED AND DISPLAYED SIMULTANEQUSLY.
2. VIDEO INPUT JACKS
DVD : CONNECT TO THE VIDEO OUTPUT JACKS OF A DVD PLAYER.
CDG: CONNECT TO THE VIDEO OUTPUT JACKS OF A CDG PLAYER.
LD : CONNECT TO THE VIDEO OUTPUT JACKS OF A LASER DISC PLAYER.
3. RECORD OUTPUT JACKS
CONNECT TO THE AUDIO INPUT JACKS OF A RECORDING DEVISE (TAPE PLAYER,
MD PLAYER...).
NOTE: USE RECORD OUT TO RECORD MUSIC.
USE PRE OUT TO RECORD MUSIC AND VOCAL.
4. AUDIO PRE OUT JACKS
CONNECT TO THE AUDIO INPUT JACKS OF A POWER AMPLIFIER OR A RECEIVER.
5. FUSE HOLDER
6. AUDIO INPUT JACKS
CONNECT TO THE AUDIO OUTPUT JACKS OF THE SOURCE PLAYER. (DVD
PLAYER, LASER DISC PLAYER, CDG PLAYER, TAPE PLAYER.)
7.AC OUTLETS (UNSWITCHED)
8.POWER CORD
TROUBLE SHOOTING
INCORRECT OPERATIONS ARE OFTEN MISTAKEN FOR TROUBLE AND MALFUCTIONS.
IF YOU THINK THAT THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG WITH THIS COMPONENT, CHECK
THE POINTS BELOW. SOMETIMES THE TROUBLE MAY LIE IN ANOTHER COMPONENT.
INVESTIGATE THE OTHER COMPONENTS AND ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES BEING
USED. IF THE TROUBLE CANNOT BE RECTIFIED EVEN AFTER EXERCISING THE
CHECKS LISTED BELOW, CONTACT YOUR DEALER OR VOCOPRO TO CARRY OUT
REPAIR WORK.
SYMPTOM
CAUSE
REMEDY
NO SOUND COMING
FROM OF SPEAKER/S
POWER CORD IS
UNPLUGGED
NO INPUT 15 COMING
FROM THE INPUT
SELECTOR OR THE INPUT
IS SWITCHED
INCORRECTORY
BETWEEN THE MIXER
AND THE AMP.
PLUG CORD INTO A WALL
OUTLET.
SELECT THE CORRECT INPUT
FOR THE SPECIFIC UNIT THAT
YOU WANT TO PLAY.
MICROPHONE IS NOT
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MICROPHONE IS
UNPLUGGED.
MICROPHONE VOLUME 15
SET AT A MINIMUM LEVEL.
INPUT OF THE AMP. IS
NOT SET CORRECTLY.
PLUG THE MICROPHONE
COMPLETELY INTO THE
TERMINAL.
ADJUST LEVELS BY USING THE
MICROPHONE VOLUME
CONTROL.
SELECT THE CORRECT INPUT
ON THE AMP. OR RECEIVER.
REMOTE CONTROL DOES
NOT WORK
THERE ARE NO
BATTERIES IN THE
REMOTE OR THE
REMAINING SERVICE LIFE
IS LOW,
A FLUORESCENT LAMP IS
NEAR THE REMOTE
CONTROL SENSOR.
THE DISTANCE TO THE
AMPLIFIER IS TOO FAR,
OR THE REMOTE
CONTROL IS POINTED AT
AN IMPROPER ANGLE.
AN OBSTACLE EXISTS
BETWEEN THE REMOTE
CONTROL AND THE
AMPLIFIER.
INSERT NEW BATTERIES
MOVE THE FLUORESCENT
LAMP AWAY FROM THE
AMPLIFIER.
USE THE REMOTE CONTROL
UNIT WITHIN A RANGE OF
APPROXIMATELY 23FEET(7M)
AND AT AN ANGLE OF
APPROXIMATELY 30DEGREES
OR LESS.
USE THE REMOTE CONTROL
UNIT FROM A DIFFERENT
ANGLE, OR REMOVE THE
OBSTACLE.
SPECIFICATIONS
AUDIO INPUT (AT 1KHZ)
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POWER REQUIREMENTS
POWER CONSUMPTIONS
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+6/-6 MUSIC INTERVALS (13 POSITIONS)
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
Please read all of the safety and operating instructions before operating this unit. For best
result, follow all warnings placed on the unit and adhere to the operating and use
instructions. THESE safety and operating instructions should be retained for futrue refer-
ence.
1. Power source — The unit should be connected to a power supply only of the type de
scribed in the operating istructions or as marked on the appliance.
2.Power-cord protection — Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not
likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, pay particular
attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from
the unit.
Never pull or stretch
the cord fr _ AS (SE.
3.Ventilation — The unit should be situated so that its location or position does not
interfere with its proper ventilation.
To maintain good ventilation, do not put records or a table-cloth on the unit. Place the
unit at least 10 cm away from the walls.
4 Water and moisture — The unit should not be used near water — for example, near
a bathtub, washbowL, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming
pool, etc.
5.Temperature — The unit may not function properly if used at extremely low, or free»
ing temperatures. The ideal ambient temperature is above +5C (41F).
6.Heat — The unit should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other units(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
7. Electric shock — If a metal object, such as a hair pin or a needle, comes into contact
with the inside of this unit, a dangerous electric shock may result. For families with chil-
dren, never permit children to put anything. especially metal, inside this unit.
8.Enclosure removal — Never remove the enclosure. If the internal parts are touches ac-
cidentally, a serious electric shock might occur.
9.Cleaning — Do not use volatile solvents such as alcohol, paint thinner,
gasoline, or ben-
zine, etc. to clean the cabinet. Use a clean dry cloth.
the power OFF and pull out the power
cord. Contact your dealer or nearest ser-
vice station.
10. Abnormal smell — If an abnormal smell O O .
or smoke is detected, immediately turn P WER FF |
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