Manual - Nissindo USA
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NISSINDU
Karaoke Mixing Amplifier
MA350
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CONTENTS
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SAFTY PRECAUTIONS
In case of abnormality. Keep away from water and foreign objects.
In case an abnormal noise or smell is gernerated from
the unit during use, immediately switch the power off,
unplug the power cord from the power outlet, and
consult your dealer or an authorized service center for
a check-up.
Do not insert or drop metalic objects, such as a hairpin,
nail and coin, or flammable objects, such as paper and
matches, through the ventilation holes or other openings
on the unit, for this will cause malfunction or hazard of fire
Do not open the unit. and electrics shock. In case water or a foreign object
enters inside the unit, consult an authorized service center
or your dealer for a check-up.
Do not damage the power cord.
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High-voltage components are used inside the unit. Do not = e >
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be covered by the warranty.
Hold the power plug when plugging or unplugging the
Do not exceed the maximum power capacity. power cord. Do not pull the cord or touch it with wet
hands, for this may cause short-circuit or or electronic
hazard. Do not leave the power cord under this unit, or
under furniture, or between objects. ALso do not tie the
power cord with another cord, make a knot on the power
cord, or leave it in a place where walk frequently.
When the unit is not to be used for a long period.
LETS accept the connection of other stereo system
components.
However, do not connect compnents the total power con-
sumption of which exceed the power capacity marked on
the panel, for this may cause malfunction or fire hazrd.
Also note that components in which large current flows
when the power is switched on, such as a TV, cannot be
connected to to such an AC outlet unless it has been
designed to accept the connection of a TV set. When you will be away from home for a long peroid of time}
for example before going on a trip, set the power switch
When this unit is to be used in an area where the local safety. This will prevent fire hazard due to unexpected
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voltage is 120V, the internal fuse must be replaced with accidents with the unit
the supplied fuse. For the fuse replacement, please
consult your dealer.
Appliance with ventilation openings
The switch has been set to "220-240V" when the unit left
the factory.
VOLTAGE SELECTOR
110-120V — 3.154 250
| ovio 220-2400 — 6.3A250V These openings must not be blocked or coverd. If they are
blocked or covered accidentally, the inside temperature
will nse, and cause a fire. There are ventilation openings
on upper and bottom of the case to prevent overheating.
When the unit used in an area where the local voltage is
220 to 240V, use the supplied power plug adapter.
FEATURES
® Power output 150W+150W (8ohms)
® Four line inputs function manually.
® Built-in key controller allows to transpose the
key of music over 2.5 tones, in + 4 positions.
e Built-in high quality digital echo. ® Wireless remote controller
e Five microphones available simultaneously. (Control of Music, Microphone, Echo, Keycontroller.)
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
Do not install the unit in following places...
@ In a place which is exposed to direct sunlight or ® In a place which may be exposed to rain, such
near a aource of heat such as a radiator. as near a window.
® In a place where the heat cannot escape due to ® In a place which may be exposed to soot, vapor
poor ventilation, or where is very humid or dusty. or heat, such as near a cooking table.
e In a unstable place with excessive vibrations or
sloping.
BEFORE CONNECTIONS
Connection precautions Power consumption of AC power outlets
e Be sure to switch the powers of the related e Be careful that the total power consumption
equipment before making any connection. does not exceed the wattage marked on the
e The "White" input/out jacks of the amplifier rear panel. Do not connect other appliances
are designed for the Left channel, while the than the system components to the power
"Red" jacks are for the Right channel. Be sure outlets of this unit.
to connect the cords without mistaking the ® Do not connect a TV set to this until even if
correspondences of the Left and Right channels.
the power consumption value marked on a
® Insert the plug s of the connection cords TV set is below the permissible limit of this
securelyinto the jscks. If the connection is unit, a larger current that the permissible value
imcomplete, sound may not be produce or may flow when the TV power is turned on.
nolse may be generated.
® When unplugging the power cord from the
power outlet,be sure to grasp the plastic
molding of the plug and pull.
NAMES OF PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
[ FRONT PANEL]
10. MIC. OUTPUT LEVEL Control
12. INPUT SELECTION 9. MIC. MASTER VOL. Control
11. DIGITAL KEY 8. MUSIC OUTPUT
CONTROLLER LEVEL Control
7. MUSIC VOL.
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4. MIC TONE
BASS/TREBLE Controls
3. MIC VOL. Controls
(MIC.1/2/3,back MIC.1/2)
2. MIC INPUT 1/4 Jacks (1/2/3)
1. POWER Switch
Press this swtitch to turn the power ON. Press it
again to turn the power OFF.
. MIC. INPUT 1/4 Jacks (1/2/3)
These jacks are for connecting microphones.
. MIC VOL Controls (MIC.1/2/3, back MIC. 1/2)
1: This control adjusts the microphone input level
from the MIC INPUT 1 jack (front panel) and back
MIC INPUT 1 jack (rear panel).
2: This control adjusts the microphone input level
from the MIC INPUT 2 jack (front panel) and back
MIC INPUT 2 jack (rear panel).
3: This control adjusts the microphone input level
from the MIC INPUT 3 jack on the front panel.
. MIC TONE BASS/TREBLE Controls
These controls are used to boost or cut the low and
high frequency response of microphones 1,2,3 and
back 1,2.
. ECHO/REPEAT/DELAY Controls
ECHO: This control affects the echo amount mixed
in the microphone inputs to the MIC INPUT
1,2,3 and back (rear panel) 1,2 jacks.
REPEAT: Adjust the interval of repetitions with this
control.
DELAY: Adjust the delay time with this control.
. MUSIC TONE BALANCE/BASS/TREBLE Controls
These controls are used to balance, boost or cut
the low and high frequency response.
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. MUSIC VOL. Control
This control allows you to adjust the volume
of the musical source.
. MUSIC OUTPUT LEVEL Control
This control allows you to sets the sensitivity
level at which the audio signal is detected from
minimum to maximum,
. MIC. MASTER VOL. Control
This control allows you to adjust the volume
of the musical source.
MIC. OUTPUT LEVEL Control
This control allows you to sets the sensitivity
level at which the microphone signal is detected
from minimum to maximum.
DIGITAL KEY CONTROLLER
Press the required button to transpose the key
of the music played. The key can be changed in
half-tone steps for four steps in both upward and
downward directions. (The key returns to the
standard kay after the completion of a tune.)
12. INPUT SELECTION
Press one of these buttons to select the input
signal.
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AC. OUTLETS
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(1) AC-POWER Cord
Plug to the AC wall outlet.
(2)AC OUTLETS
SWITCHED (total power consumption max.
200W) The power supplied through these
outlets is turned ON-OFF by the POWER
switch on the front panel.
Connect components (with their power
switches set to ON positions) which are
to be turned ON-OFF at the same time as
this unit.
(3)AC OUTLETS
This unit is equipped with two UNSWITCHED
AC OUTLETS for connecting the power cords
of other components to this unit. (Max. 300W)
The power to these outlets is not controlled
with this unit's POWER. switch. They will
continuously supply power to any component
connected to them.
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Connect set B speakers with an impedance
of 2 to 8 ohms to these jacks.
(5)PRE-OUT Output RGA Jacks (Set 2)
Connet the input jacks of the extension
Power amplifier, mixer, and video monitor
to these RCA jacks.
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(6)PRE-OUT Output RCA Jacks (Set 1)
Connet the input jacks of the extension
Power amplifier, mixer, and video monitor
to these RCA jacks.
(7) AUX INPUT Jack
Connect the output jacks of any video
and audio source to these jacks.
(8)VCD INPUT Jack
Connect the output jacks of VCD player
to these jacks.
(9)DVD INPUT Jack
Connect the output jacks of DVD player
to these jacks.
LD INPUT Jack
Connect the output jacks of LD player
to these jacks.
Audio Input Level Control
Adjust this control to balance the audio
input level.
12 Power Fuse Holder
The fuse rating is AC 110-120V-6.3A 125V,
AC 220-240~3.15A 250V.
Do not use a fuse with other rating than this.
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Before your amplifier is shipped from the Connect set A speakers with an impedance
factory, the switch is set to 110V-120V. If of 2 to 8 ohms to these jacks.
you move to an area where the voltage
requirements differ, set under the respo-
nsibility of the user according to the local
power voltage. Be sure to replace the fuse
17) REMOTE IN Jack
This Jack inputs the external remote control
with the specified after chaging the volatage signal.
setting.
Back Panel MIC. 1/2 Input
AC OUTLETS These jacks are also for connecting micro-
This unit is equipped with two UNSWITCHED phones. The 1 jack is connected to the same
AC OUTLETS for connecting the power cords circuit as the MIC INPUT 1 jack on the front
of other components to this unit. (Max. 300W) panel, and the 2 jack is connected to the same
The power to these outlets is not controlled circuit as the MIC INPUT 2 on the front panel.
with this unit's POWER switch. They will
continuously supply power to any component
connected to them Ground Terminal
The grounding wire shall be connected to a
45) FAN grounding line to reduce the risk of eletric shock.
Fan will turn on/off when the POWER Is
ON/OFF.
CONNECTIONS
Speaker Left (L) Speaker Right (R)
Connection of Speaker Cords EZ ¡E
1. Losen the knob in the direction of the arrow and
insert the conductor wire into the hole. 7° Set A e
2. Return the knob to the original position to secure
the conductor wire.
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When connecting RCA pin plugs, be sure to insert
Caution: Be careful that the cord conductors
projected from a teminal do not
yellow plug into yellow jack, red plug into the red
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jack and the white plug into the white jack.
Contact of conductors of different
speaker cords may cause damage
to the system.
® Use speakers with an impedance of 8 to 16 ohms.
® Do not connect a speaker with lower impedance Left Co
than 8 ohms, for this may activate the protection ACT
circuitry and normal stereo play may not be
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Operation of Wireless Remote Control Unit
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1. Wireless remote control
The distance between the wireless remote control
unit and the light receptor of this unit should be less
than about 5 meters. Note that the remote control
may not operated if the light transmitter window of
the remote control unit is pointed to other direction
thank the light receptor or if there is an obstacle
beween the remote control unit and light receptor.
2. Loading batteries
The life of the batteries used in the remote control
unit is about half an year with normal use,
If the remote control unit is not to be used
for a long peroid of time, take out the batteries
from it. When the batteries become weak,
replace them earlier.
Back Side
Remote
control unit
(1)KEY CHANGE Buttons
® Upward (#1-#4)
The key can be transposed upward from the standard
key up to 2-1/2 tone above it in 4 steps, half tone per step.
e STANDARD ( H )
Press to reset to the standard key.
e DOWNWARD (b1 to b5)
The key can be transposed downard from the standard
key down to 2-1/2 tone below it in 4 steps, half tone per step.
(The key returns to the standard key after every tune.)
(2) MUSIC VOL Control Buttons
® Press one of the buttons to increase or decrease the
music volume. The LED on the MUSIC VOL control of the
main unit blinks during the adjustment. A fine adjustment
is available by pressing a button intermittently.
(3)Mic MASTER VOL Control Buttons
e Press one of the buttons to increases or decrease the
overall volume of the microphones. The LED on the
MIC MASTER VOL control of the main unit blinks during
the adjustment. A fine adjustment is available by pressing
a button intermittently.
Improper use of batteries may cause danger of
batery pakage and explosion.
Becareful in the following:
(1) Insert batteries so that the positive (+) and
negative (-) poles are directed as indicated on
the battery case.
(2) Do not use new and old batteries together.
(3) Even ifate shapes are the same, the voltage
of batteries may vary depending on the models.
Be careful not to use different models of batteries
together.
(4) Do not dispose of used batteries as wastes that
may be burnt later.
(AA) battery X 2
Battery cover
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GENERAL OPERATION
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1 Connect the required number of microphones. Notes for Proper Use of Microphones
2 Set the Power switches of this unit and other e Talk into the microphone by holding it at a distance
required components to ON. of 5 to 10 centimeters from your mouth.
3 Play the Karaoke music source component, and ¢ To ensure clear voice, hold the microphone by a
adjust the volume with the MUSIC VOL control. position at a certain distance from the head.
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4 Adjust the balance between the volumes of the Do not block the lower part of the windscreen. This
microphones, and the balance between the overall will disturb proper voice reproduction with unclear
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microphone volume and music volume, bu turing the bass, and howling also tends to occur in such a case
MIC VOL controls and MIC MASTER VOL control.
5 Adjust the echo level by the ECHO control.
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6 Set the desired key by the DIGITAL KEY CONTR- from your mouth.
OLLER buttons.
Hold the microphone at ,
a certain distance from
the head.
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MAINTENANCE
When the set gets dirty, wipe with a soft or dry cloth.
If the set is extremely dirty, soak a soft cloth in a
solution by 5 to 6 times of tableware detergent, wring
it tight, wipe the dirt away, and finally wipe the set
with a dry cloth.
Never use alcohol, thinner, benzine, insecticide or
other volatile agents, for they may damage the
surface paint or gloss of the set.
Also do not wipe the set with a chemical cloth or leave
it on the set for a long peroid, for the surface finish
may be degrated or the paint may be stripped off.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Should fault occur, it is in many cases due to a
simple operation mistake or like. On the basis of the
following checks you will be able to rectify a number of
fault yourself without difficulty.
If the fault cannot be remedied after the following
check, please consult your dealer.
Symptom
Possible Causes
Remedy
Speaker sound is not output
. The Power ON/OFF switch is set to
"OFF".
. Set the Power ON/OFF switch to
or MIC MASTER VOL control is in
the minimum position.
. The microphone is too apart from
your mouth, or the microphone
handling is improper.
at all. "ON".
2. The Power cord 1$ unplugged. 2. Plug the power cord securely into
3. The MUSIC VOL control is in the the power outlet.
minimum position. 3. Adjust the MUSIC VOL control.
Sound is not 7 1. The BALANCE control is turned fully | 1. Set the control to the center position.
hp > ak ouputirom one to an extreme position. 2. Insert the cord securely into the
Ot Ihe Speakers 2. One of the speaker cords are terminals.
disconnected.
1. The microphone plug is not fully 1. Insert the plug securely into the jack.
| inserted. 2. Set the switch on the microphone to
_ sound ls not 2. The switch on the microphone is set "ON".
put. to "OFF". 3. Adjust the control.
3. The corresponding MIC VOL control | 4. Refer to the user's manual supplied
with your microphone.
ETIQUETTE OF SOUND
The karaoke performance you enjoy may be disturbing noise to others.
When performing karaoke, besure to consider your neighbors.
The volume of karaoke is at your command. Remember that even small
sound transmits very well in the quiet night, be specially careful in
karaoke performance in the night. It is recommended to close the
windows to avoid sound leakages to ther neighbors, and have
considerations for comfortable living environments of others.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Amplifier
Maximum Output (1kHz, 6Q)...................120W+120W
Total Harmonic Distortion...............————.—.......05%
(1kHz, 60,82)
Input Jacks (Sensitivity/impedance)
MIC... eee ears ane A. DMV 3.5K
LD,DVD, VCD, AUX... #00mV/20k£2
Output Jacks (Output level/Output impedance)
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Frequency Responses
MIC... SOHZ to 15kHZ, +8/-3dB
MUSIC................2OHZ to 20kHz, +8/-3dB
Tone Control Characteristics
BASS.................+8/-10dB(100Hz)
TREBLE............+8/-10dB(100Hz)
BASS... +10dB(100Hz)
TREBLE.................+10dB(10kHz)
Key Control Range.......................9 steps, + 2-1/2 tones
Video Input Jack
Music
Microphone
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.. 1Vp-p/750
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Power Supply, Etc.
Supply Voltage................AC 110V-120V or 220V-240V
50Hz/60Hz
Power Consumption............-——-= e». e... 142W
AC Power Outlets
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Dimensions (WXHXD).......... 4965mmX250mmX454 MM
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Think you for purchasing this unit.
To make full and effective use of this unit, please read this
Owner's Manual carefully before operating the unit.
After reading, retain this booklet for future reference.
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