Alto PBM8.350 UM User`s manual

Alto PBM8.350 UM User`s manual
User's Manual
PBM8.350 UM
8-channel
Stereo Powered Mixer with DSP and MP3 player
-20 dB
-20 dB
-20 dB
-20 dB
-20 dB
-20 dB
-20 dB
-20 dB
PAD
PAD
PAD
PAD
PAD
PAD
PAD
PAD
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
DSP
PRESETS
16
1
2
10
9
8
15
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
12KHz
12KHz
12KHz
12KHz
12KHz
12KHz
12KHz
12KHz
4
5
6
12
-15dB
+15dB
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
MID
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
MID
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
MID
-15dB
0dB
MID
+15dB
-15dB
0dB
MID
DSP
MUTE
+15dB
0dB
MID
MID
CLIP
MUTE
MID
VARIATIONS
16
1
2.5KHz
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
2.5KHz
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
2.5KHz
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
LOW
2.5KHz
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
LOW
2.5KHz
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
LOW
2.5KHz
-15dB
0dB
LOW
+15dB
2.5KHz
-15dB
0dB
LOW
+15dB
LOW
LOW
4
+15dB
+15dB
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
-15dB
0dB
+15dB
-15dB
0dB
MON
MON
MON
MON
AUX1
PRE
AUX1
PRE
AUX1
PRE
AUX1
PRE
AUX1
PRE
0
dB
0
dB
0
dB
Left
Right
0
dB
-
0
dB
AUX2
POST
-
+10dB
+10dB
PAN
Left
Right
8
8
8
+10dB
PAN
Left
Right
DSP/FX
AUX2
POST
8
-
PAN
0
dB
0
9
10
PAN
Left
Right
0
dB
DSP
125
250
500
1K
2K
4K
8K
LINE IN
(bal.)
LINE IN
(bal.)
LINE IN
(bal.)
LEVEL
CH 5
LINE IN
(bal.)
+10dB
PRESETS:
1 VOCAL 1
2 VOCAL 2
3 LARGE HALL
4 SMALL HALL
5 LARGE ROOM
6 SMALL ROOM
7 PLATE
8 TAPE REVERB
9 SPRING REVERB
10 MONO DELAY
11 STEREO DELAY
12 FLANGER
13 CHORUS
14 REVERB
DELAY
15 REVERB
FLANGER
16 REVERB
CHORUS
15
15
9
9
10
LINE IN
(bal.)
0
9
9
15
63
LOW NOISE PR
EA
LOW NOISE PR
EA
LOW NOISE PR
EA
R
250
(MONO)
(MONO)
FOOT
SW.
MP3 IN TO
1K
2K
00
MP3
AUX2
OUT
TAPE IN TO
L
LOW NOISE PR
EA
LOW NOISE PR
EA
MAIN
USB REP
MP
MP
MP
MP
MP
MP
MP
MP
MIC IN (bal.)
MIC IN (bal.)
MIC IN (bal.)
MIC IN (bal.)
MIC IN (bal.)
MIC IN (bal.)
10dB
16K
AMPLIFIER
MODE
MAIN MAIN BRIDGE
MAIN MONITOR
ALL
PHANTOM
48V
OFF
CH7/8
/
STEREO
RTN
ON
LEFT
MIC IN (bal.)
IN
SEIKAKU TECHNICAL GROUP LIMITED
NO. 1, Lane 17, Sec. 2, Han Shi West Road, Taichung 40151, Taiwan
www.altoproaudio.com Tel: 886-4-22313737
email: [email protected] Fax: 886-4-22346757
8K
03 :08
RIGHT
MIC IN (bal.)
4K
MP3 PLAYER
/
OFF CH9/10
LOW NOISE PR
EA
500
+10dB
LINE IN
(bal.)
LOW NOISE PR
EA
125
LEVEL
30
LEVEL
CH9-10/MP3
R
L
LOW NOISE PR
EA
-
+10dB
0
dB
10
15
8
-
+10dB
LEVEL
CH7-8/TAPE
CH 6
MAIN
0
0
Right
0
dB
8
-
+10dB
8
-
+10dB
LEVEL
CH 4
8
-
+10dB
LEVEL
CH 3
8
-
+10dB
LEVEL
CH 2
8
-
+10dB
LEVEL
8
8
8
-
+10dB
CH 1
LEVEL
10dB
16K
DSP
LEVEL
0
dB
30
15
63
TO MAIN
-
MONITOR
TO MON
-
+10dB
0dB
DSP/FX
AUX2
POST
+10dB
PAN
Left
Right
8
8
8
Left
Right
-
+10dB
PAN
-
+10dB
0dB
DSP/FX
AUX2
POST
8
8
Left
-
+10dB
-
+10dB
0dB
DSP/FX
AUX2
POST
8
-
PAN
-
+10dB
0dB
DSP/FX
AUX2
POST
+10dB
-
+10dB
0dB
DSP/FX
AUX2
POST
-
-
+10dB
0dB
DSP/FX
8
0dB
PAN
Right
-
+10dB
8
-
9
9
15
+15dB
MON
AUX1
PRE
DSP/FX
8
0dB
MON
AUX1
PRE
+10dB
8
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
9
80Hz
MON
AUX2
POST
Left
-15dB
80Hz
AUX1
PRE
8
0dB
-
+15dB
0dB
80Hz
MON
+10dB
8
-
-15dB
0dB
80Hz
8
-15dB
80Hz
8
+15dB
0dB
8
-15dB
80Hz
0
10
7
10
80Hz
0
5
6
12
11
80Hz
15
9
3
14
13
0dB
LOW
15
2
15
2.5KHz
+15dB
8
+15dB
0dB
-15dB
POWER
7
11
-15dB
PBM8.350 UM
3
14
13
TAPE OUT
LEFT
MONITOR OUT
RIGHT
MAIN OUT
HEADPHONE
OUT
www.altoproaudio.com
Version 1.0 June. 2009
All rights reserved to ALTO. All features and content might be changed
without prior notice. Any photocopy, translation, or reproduction of part of this
manual without written permission is forbidden. Copyright c 2008 Seikaku Group
English
NF03309-1.0
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTION
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER OR
THE BACK PANEL OF THIS EQUIPMENT.
THERE ARE NO PARTS NEEDED BY USER
INSIDE THE EQUIPMENT. FOR SERVICE,
PLEASE CONTACT QUALIFIED SERVICE
CENTERS.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock
and fire, do not expose this equipment
to moisture or rain.
Dispose of this product should
not be placed in municipal waste
and should be separate collection.
11. Move this Equipment only with a cart,
stand, tripod, or bracket,
This symbol, wherever used, alerts you to the
specified by the
presence of un-insulated and dangerous voltages
manufacturer, or
within the product enclosure. These are voltages that
sold with the
may be sufficient to constitute the risk of electric
Equipment. When
shock or death.
a cart is used, use
This symbol, wherever used, alerts you to
caution when
important operating and maintenance instructions.
moving the cart /
Please read.
equipment
Protective Ground Terminal
combination to
AC mains (Alternating Current)
avoid possible
Hazardous Live Terminal
injury from tip-over.
ON: Denotes the product is turned on.
12. Permanent hearing loss may be caused by
OFF: Denotes the product is turned off.
exposure to \ extremely high noise levels.
CAUTION
The US. Government's Occupational Safety
Describes precautions that should be observed to
and Health Administration (OSHA) has
prevent damage to the product.
specified the permissible exposure to noise
1. Read this Manual carefully before operation.
level.
2. Keep this Manual in a safe place.
These are shown in the following chart:
3. Be aware of all warnings reported
with this symbol.
HOURS X DAY SPL EXAMPLE
4. Keep this Equipment away from water and
90 Small gig
8
moisture.
92 train
6
5. Clean it only with dry cloth. Do not use
95 Subway train
4
solvent or other chemicals.
97 High level desktop monitors
3
6. Do not damp or cover any cooling opening.
100 Classic music concert
2
Install the equipment only in accordance with
102
1,5
the Manufacturer's instructions.
105
1
7. Power Cords are designed for your safety. Do
110
0,5
not remove Ground connections! If the plug
0,25 or less 115 Rock concert
does not fit your AC outlet, seek advice from
a qualified electrician. Protect the power
According to OSHA, an exposure to high SPL in
cord and plug from any physical stress to
excess of these limits may result in the loss of
avoid risk of electric shock. Do not place
heat. To avoid the potential damage of heat, it is
heavy objects on the power cord. This could
cause electric shock or fire.
recommended that Personnel exposed to
equipment capable of generating high SPL use
8. Unplug this equipment when unused for long
hearing protection while such equipment is
periods of time or during a storm.
under operation.
9. Refer all service to qualified service personnel
The apparatus shall be connected to a mains
only. Do not perform any servicing other than
those instructions contained within the
socket outlet with a protective earthing
User's Manual.
connection.
10. 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.
The mains plug or an appliance coupler is used
as the disconnect device, the disconnect device
shall remain readily operable.
8.WARRANTY
1. WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD
To obtain Warranty Service, the buyer should first fill out and return the enclosed Warranty Registration Card within 10 days of the Purchase Date.All the
information presented in this Warranty Registration Card gives the
manufacturer a better understanding of the sales status, so as to purport a
more effective and efficient after-sales warranty service.Please fill out all the
information carefully and genuinely, miswriting or absence of this card will void
your warranty service.
2. RETURN NOTICE
2.1 I n case of return for any warranty service, please make sure that the product is well packed in its original shipping carton, and it can protect your
unit from any other extra damage.
2.2 Please provide a copy of your sales receipt or other proof of purchase with
the returned machine, and give detail
2.3 A brief description of the defect will be appreciated.
2.4 Please prepay all the costs involved in the return shipping, handling and
insurance.
3. TERMS AND CONDITIONS
3.1
LTO warrants that this product will be free from any defects in materials
and/or workmanship for a period of 1 year from the purchase date if you have
completed the Warranty Registration Card in time.
3.2 The warranty service is only available to the original consumer, who purchased this product directly from the retail dealer, and it can not be transferred.
3.3 During the warranty service, LTO may repair or replace this product at
its own option at no charge to you for parts or for labor in accordance with
the right side of this limited warranty.
3.4 This warranty does not apply to the damages to this product that occurred
as the following conditions:
Instead of operating in accordance with the user's manual thoroughly, any
abuse or misuse of this product.
Normal tear and wear.
The product has been altered or modified in any way.
Damage which may have been caused either directly or indirectly by another
3.5 In no event shall LTO be liable for any incidental or consequentialdamages.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
conse quential damages, so the above exclusion or limitation may not apply to you.
3.6 This warranty gives you the specific rights, and these rights are compatible
with the state laws, you may also have other statutory rights that may vary
from state to state.
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PREFACE
Dear customer
Thank you for choosing the LTO PBM8.350 UM 8-channel stereo powered mixer
with DSP, which is the result of our LTO AUDIO TEAM's endeavours.
For the LTO AUDIO TEAM, music and audio are more than a profession, it is a
passion and an obsession!
We have, in fact, been designing professional audio products for a number of years
in cooperation with many of the world's major brands.
The
LTO line represents unparalleled analogue and digital products made by
musician, for musicians. With our design centre s in Italy, Net herland s, and
United Kingdom we provide you with world-class designs, while our software
development teams continue to develop an impressive range of audio specific
algorithms.
By purchasing our LTO products you become the most important member of our
LTO AUDIO TEAM. We would like to share with you our passion for what we
design and invite you to make suggestions, which will aid us in developing future
products for you. We guarantee you our commitment for quality, continual
research and development, and of course the best prices.
The LTO PBM8.350 UM is extremely flexible, ultra-low noise 8-channel stereo
powered mixer with DSP and MP3 player USB port , the unit is configured with six
mono MIC/line and two stereo input channels, each input is equipped with a variety
of key features including a 3-band equalizer, two aux sends and pan control etc.
Besides, the versatile DSP with 256 presets and powerful digital power amplifier
will fit your needs, thanks to 2
350W amps section. Seeing is believing, let's
meet the LTO PBM8.350 UM.
We would like to thank all the people who made the LTO PBM8.350 UM a reality,
especially to our designers and
LTO staff. It is their passion for music and
professional audio that has made it possible for us to offer you, our most
important team member, our continued support.
Thank you very much
LTO AUDIO TEAM
IN THIS MANUAL
1. INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................2
7.TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Main Mix Section
Main,Aux,Monitor,Phones output
Phones output
2. FEATURES...................................................................................................2
Max output
Main, Monitor EQ
3. QUICK START...............................................................................................4
4. CONTROL ELEMENTS..................................................................................6
Noise (Bus noise)
MP3 Section
USB HOST
4.1 MONO/STEREO Input Channel Section...................................................6
FAT analysis
4.2 MASTER SECTION Control......................................................................7
MP3 DECODE
4.3 MASTER SECTION INPUT and OUTPUT Jacks...........................................9
4.4 DSP Section........................................................................................11
Electric Specification
Supports the USB mass storage class
Supports FAT 16 and FAT 32, Supports VFAT (long
file name), Supports multi-partion up to 1
Supports sample rates 8KHz, 32KHz, 11.025KHz,
22.05KHz, 44.1KHz, 12KHz, 24KHz, and 48KHz.
Supports bit rate 8 to 320 kbps and VBR(Variable Bit
Rate) except free format
20Hz~20KHz
Frequency Response
0dB
> 90 dB
<0.05%
Protection
Thermal protection
5. PRESET LIST..............................................................................................15
Short protection
6. INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION ...............................................................16
Voltage protection
6.1 Audio Connections...............................................................................16
6.2 Speaker Connections...........................................................................18
Builds in the USB FULL speed(12Mbps)HOST control function
Output level
S/N Ratio
Distortion(at 1 Khz)
4.5 Rear Panel...........................................................................................12
4.6 MP3 Section.......................................................................................13
0dBu(+/-2dBu) Unbalanced, 1/4'' jacks
6dBu(+/-2dBu) Unbalanced, 1/4'' jacks
+22dBu Balanced/Unbalanced, 1/4" jacks
+/-15dB @ 9 bands (63,125,250,500,1K,2K,4K,8K,
16K Hz)
-70dB @ 20Hz~22KHz(channel & MAIN level at
0dB, other at minimum, DSP mute)
Over-temperature power limiting
Thermal shutdown
Temperature controlled 12V DC output
Short-circuit protection
Overload output protection
Over voltage protection
DC offset shutdown
Static Power Consumption
No Output power state at 230V
36W
Power section(700W mode)
6.3 Possible System Connection Mode for Live Sound Application.................20
7. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.......................................................................21
8. WARRANTY...............................................................................................23
Power continuous 1KHz, THD1%
2*330W @ 4ohm
Power continuous 1KHz, THD1%
2*180W @ 8ohm
2*400W @ 4ohm
2*200W @ 8ohm
Bridged
660W
Main voltage
100 - 120VAC ~ 60Hz
220 - 240VAC ~ 50Hz
100 ~ 120V : T10A 250V
220 ~ 240V : T5A 250V
Dimension (W D H)
550mm 220mm 310mm
(8.66" 12.20" 21.65")
Weight
Net : 7.8kg(17.20lb)
@ 8ohm
Power supply
Physical
1
22
7.TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Mono input channels
Microphone input
Frequency response
Distortion (THD & N)
Sensitivity
SNR (Signal to Noise Ratio)
PAD
Phantom power
Line input
Frequency response
Distortion (THD & N)
Sensitivity
electronically balanced, discrete input configuration
20Hz to 50kHz, + - 3dB
0.01% at 1kHz
-40dBu
92dB
-20dB
+48V with switch control
Electronically balanced
20Hz to 50kHz, + - 3dB
0.01% at 1kHz
-20dBu
Stereo input channels
Microphone input
Frequency response
Distortion (THD & N)
Sensitivity
SNR (Signal to Noise Ratio)
electronically balanced, discrete input configuration
20Hz to 50kHz, + - 3dB
0.01% at 1kHz
-40dBu
>92dB
-20dB
+48V with switch control
Unbalanced
20Hz to 50 kHz, + - 3dB
1. INTRODUCTION
Thank you very much for expressing your confidence in
LTO products by
purchasing LTO PBM8.350 UM 8-channel stereo powered mixer with DSP and
MP3 player . The PBM8.350 UM is a professional, powerful mixer, which provides
the state of the art digital amplifier technology specifically. You will get a smooth,
accurate , very natural and open sound from this apparatus, it is really ideal for
gigs, recording and fixed PA installations.
The PBM8.350 UM 8-channel stereo powered mixer with DSP and MP3 player is
packed with some key features. For example: there are six MIC/line inputs which
provided with ultra low noise microphone pre-amplifiers and phantom power at
+48V plus two stereo inputs, each channel features a 3-band equalizer, two aux
sends, pan and level control. The master section includes stereo return, 2-track
input/output for playing back stereo devices and to record your mix, handy
equalizers for main mix and monitor, 256 position multieffect and USB port which
can be connected to U disk to play files of MP3 format and so on.
Though your PBM8.350 UM is very easy to operate, we strongly recommend you
to go through each section of this manual carefully, in this way you will get the
best out of your PBM8.350 UM.
PAD
Phantom power
Line input
Frequency response
Distortion (THD & N)
Sensitivity
-20dBu
Microphone input
All other inputs
Tape out
All other output
1.4kohm
10kohm or greater
1kohm
120ohm
High
Mid
Low
+ - 15dB @12kHz(mono) + - 15dB @12kHz(stereo)
+ - 12dB @2.5kHz(mono) + - 12dB @2.5kHz(stereo)
+ - 15dB @80kHz(mono) + - 15dB @80kHz(stereo)
8 MIC/line input channels with gold plated XLRs and balanced LINE inputs
A/D and D/A converters
DSP resolution
Type of effects
24 bit
24 bit
Hall, Room, Vocal & Plate REVERBS
Mono & Stereo DELAY (max DELAY TIME 650ms)
Chorus, Flanger & Reverb MODULATIONS
REVERB+DELAY, REVERB+CHORUS,
REVERB+FLANGER combina tions
256
16-position PRESET Selector
16-position VARIATION selector
Extremely high headroom offering more dynamic range
2 AUX sends for built-in or external effects, on-stage monitor mix, or headphone mixing
CLIP LED
MUTE SWITCH with LED indicator
2 350 watt RMS amplifiers (For PBM8.350 UM)
0.01% at 1kHz
Impedances
Equalization
DSP Section
Presets
Controls
2. THE CONCEPT BEHIND
2.FEATURES
The PBM8.350 UM 8-channel stereo powered mixer with DSP and MP3 player
USB port is designed for professional application. It provides the following features:
Digital amplifier technology, offering high power and a very dynamic sound
9-band graphic EQ for MAIN / MONITOR
2 Stereo input channels with balanced TRS jacks
Ultra-low noise discrete MIC preamps with +48V phantom power
3-band equlizer on input channels
Each input channel with -20dB PAD, PAN and level control
256 position multieffect
2-track recording IN/OUT (phono)
Headphone output
Output connector: 6.3
21
USB port for MP3 player
jack + 4 way-speakon
2
3
-15dB
8
+10dB
8
MIC IN (bal.)
LOW NOISE PR
EA
+10dB
MIC IN (bal.)
LOW NOISE PR
EA
LINE IN
(bal.)
CH 3
+10dB
MIC IN (bal.)
LOW NOISE PR
EA
LINE IN
(bal.)
CH 4
LEVEL
-
MIC IN (bal.)
LOW NOISE PR
EA
LINE IN
(bal.)
CH 5
LEVEL
+10dB
Right
0
dB
-
Left
-
-
2.5KHz
+10dB
MIC IN (bal.)
LOW NOISE PR
EA
LINE IN
(bal.)
CH 6
LEVEL
AUX2
POST
PAN
Right
0
dB
AUX1
PRE
DSP/FX
+10dB
0dB
+10dB
MON
+15dB
0dB
80Hz
LOW
+15dB
0dB
2.5KHz
+10dB
LEVEL
AUX2
POST
PAN
Right
0
dB
AUX1
PRE
DSP/FX
+10dB
0dB
+10dB
MON
+15dB
0dB
80Hz
LOW
+15dB
0dB
LOW NOISE PR
EA
MIC IN (bal.)
L
(MONO)
R
CH7-8/TAPE
-
Left
-
-
-15dB
-15dB
MID
12KHz
+15dB
0dB
+10dB
LEVEL
0
dB
Right
PAN
AUX2
POST
DSP/FX
AUX1
PRE
MON
+10dB
0dB
80Hz
LOW
+10dB
0dB
MID
2.5KHz
+15dB
0dB
+15dB
0dB
+15dB
12KHz
HIGH
LOW NOISE PR
EA
MIC IN (bal.)
L
(MONO)
R
CH9-10/MP3
-
Left
-
-
-15dB
-15dB
-15dB
0dB
14
11
1
9
8
2
6
-
11
15
10
16
9
MUTE
6
5
4
TO MON
DSP
7
3
-
AUX2
OUT
FOOT
SW.
STEREO
RTN
+10dB
TO MAIN
DSP
1 VOCAL 1
2 VOCAL 2
3 LARGE HALL
4 SMALL HALL
5 LARGE ROOM
6 SMALL ROOM
7 PLATE
8 TAPE REVERB
9 SPRING REVERB
10 MONO DELAY
11 STEREO DELAY
12 FLANGER
13 CHORUS
14 REVERB
DELAY
15 REVERB
FLANGER
16 REVERB
CHORUS
+10dB
8
2
5
4
CLIP
7
3
VARIATIONS
10
1
PRESETS:
12
13
DSP
16
PRESETS
15
DSP
MUTE
12
13
14
63
63
MAIN
IN
125
125
TAPE OUT
CH7/8
/
TAPE IN TO
/
OFF CH9/10
MP3 IN TO
15
9
0
9
15
15
9
0
9
15
RIGHT
LEFT
250
250
1K
1K
2K
2K
4K
4K
8K
8K
00
ALL
LEFT
03 :08
MONITOR OUT
MP3
USB REP
MP3 PLAYER
500
500
MAIN OUT
16K
15
9
0
9
15
16K
15
9
0
9
15
RIGHT
30
10
0
10
30
10
0
10
OFF
ON
PHANTOM
48V
MAIN MAIN BRIDGE
MAIN MONITOR
AMPLIFIER
MODE
LEVEL
10dB
HEADPHONE
OUT
0
dB
LEVEL
10dB
MAIN
0
dB
MONITOR
PBM8.350 UM
POWER
8
MIC IN (bal.)
LOW NOISE PR
EA
8
LINE IN
(bal.)
8
LEVEL
8
CH 2
-
8
LINE IN
(bal.)
+10dB
Left
AUX2
POST
PAN
+10dB
DSP/FX
AUX1
PRE
-15dB
8
LEVEL
Right
0
dB
-
-15dB
8
CH 1
-
Left
PAN
AUX2
POST
DSP/FX
+10dB
0dB
+10dB
MON
+15dB
0dB
80Hz
LOW
-15dB
MID
12KHz
+15dB
0dB
HIGH
8
LEVEL
Right
8
0
dB
8
Left
-
-
2.5KHz
+15dB
0dB
8
Right
PAN
AUX2
POST
DSP/FX
+10dB
AUX1
PRE
MON
+10dB
0dB
-15dB
-15dB
8
0
dB
8
Left
-
-
+15dB
0dB
80Hz
LOW
-15dB
MID
12KHz
+15dB
0dB
8
Right
PAN
AUX2
POST
DSP/FX
+10dB
AUX1
PRE
MON
+10dB
0dB
-15dB
2.5KHz
+15dB
0dB
-15dB
HIGH
0dB
PAD
-20 dB
8
0
dB
8
PAN
8
-
-
8
AUX2
POST
AUX1
PRE
MON
+10dB
+15dB
0dB
80Hz
LOW
-15dB
8
0dB
-15dB
2.5KHz
+15dB
0dB
MID
12KHz
+15dB
0dB
8
+10dB
-
+15dB
0dB
80Hz
LOW
-15dB
-15dB
8
DSP/FX
AUX1
PRE
-15dB
2.5KHz
+15dB
0dB
MID
12KHz
+15dB
0dB
HIGH
0dB
8
0dB
+10dB
MON
+15dB
0dB
80Hz
LOW
-15dB
MID
12KHz
+15dB
0dB
HIGH
0dB
PAD
PAD
PAD
8
Left
2.5KHz
+15dB
0dB
MID
12KHz
+15dB
0dB
HIGH
0dB
-20 dB
-20 dB
-20 dB
8
-
-15dB
HIGH
0dB
PAD
-20 dB
8
-
-
-15dB
-15dB
-15dB
HIGH
0dB
PAD
PAD
PAD
0dB
-20 dB
-20 dB
-20 dB
PBM8.350 UM
6. INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION
6.3 System Connection for Live Sound Application
Reading the "QUICK START" chapter and previous setting procedures , you will
know how to start your system quickly and adjust the channel setting.
Following page picture shows the PBM8.350 UM standard connections for a
live set.
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Connect three or more microphones to mono MIC channels (1~3); connect
keyboards or signal processors to either line input of stereo channel 7~8 or
line input of mono channel; connect the CD player to line input of mono or
stereo channel; other stereo line signal source can be connected to line input
of channel 9~10.
You can connect either an external amplifier or active speaker to the monitor
output jack. Using the main output jacks on front panel, you can connect an
external power amplifier to driving the 1 or 2 sub-woofers
or 2 active speakers. Besides, you can connect a pair of headphone to
headphone output jack. On the rear panel, there are powered mix output
connectors , you can connect to these powered connectors 2 passive
speakers.
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You can use the AUX1 output jack to connect a powered stage monitor, or the
stage monitor external power amp.
If needed, you can also use the 2-track in/out connectors to connect the DAT
or cassette for recording.
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6. INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION
Here some illustrations will give you some helpful suggestions.
Main Speaker
LEFT/MONO
/
MAIN
OUTPUT 2
1+
1POS NEG
AMPLIFIER
MODE
OUTPUT 2
OUTPUT 1
RIGHT/MONITOR
/
MAIN MAIN BRIDGE
MAIN MONITOR
OUTPUT 1
1+
1POS NEG
BRIDGE MODE
BRIDGE
2+
1+
POS NEG
Main Speaker
LEFT/MONO
/
MAIN
OUTPUT 2
1+
1POS NEG
3.1 Please check the AC Voltage available in your country before connecting your
PBM8.350 UM to the AC socket.
3.2 Be sure that the main power switch is turned off before connecting the
powered mixer to the AC socket. Also, you should make sure that all input and
output controls are turned down. This will avoid damages to your speakers as well
as excessive noise.
3.3 Please connect a passive speaker to your PBM8.350 UM speakon connector or
1/4 '' jack(#35). Otherwise ,you can connect a pair of active speakers directly to
your PBM8.350 UM Main Out Left & Right 1/4 '' jacks(#18).
3.4 Complete these connections as illustrated.
3.5 When no external power amplifier or active speaker is connected to the main
output L/R of your PBM8.350 UM, please switch on your PBM8.350 UM after
turning on all external devices. After your live set, switch off your PBM8.350
UM before all external devices.
Bridge Mode
Use either speakon or
1/4" connectors
2. THE CONCEPT
3.QUICK
START BEHIND
AMPLIFIER
MODE
OUTPUT 2
OUTPUT 1
3.6 When the external power amplifier or active speaker is connected to the main
output L/R of your PBM8.350 UM please switch on your PBM8.350 UM before
the external power amplifier or active speaker. After your live set, switch off
your PBM8.350 UM after the external power amplifier or active speaker.
3.7 Before disconnecting the PBM8.350 UM always turn-off the Power switch.
RIGHT/MONITOR
/
OUTPUT 1
1+
1POS NEG
MAIN MAIN BRIDGE
MAIN MONITOR
BRIDGE MODE
BRIDGE
2+
1+
POS NEG
Use either speakon or
1/4" connectors
3.8 Do not use solvents to clean your PBM8.350 UM. A dry and clean cloth will be OK.
LEFT
Monitor Speaker
MONITOR OUT
RIGHT
LEFT
HEADPHONE
OUT
MAIN OUT
MONITOR OUT
RIGHT
MAIN OUT
HEADPHONE
OUT
Active speaker 2
MAIN + MONITOR Mode
ON
CH1
POWER
CH2
PROT
CLIP
SIG
OFF
POWER
Passive speaker 2
Main Speaker
LEFT/MONO
/
MAIN
OUTPUT 2
1+
1POS NEG
AMPLIFIER
MODE
OUTPUT 2
OUTPUT 1
RIGHT/MONITOR
/
OUTPUT 1
1+
1POS NEG
MAIN MAIN BRIDGE
MAIN MONITOR
BRIDGE MODE
BRIDGE
2+
1+
POS NEG
Use either speakon or
1/4" connectors
Passive speaker 2
Main Speaker
POWERED MIXER
OFF
LEFT/MONO
/
MAIN
CAUTION
VOLTAGE SELECTOR
OUTPUT 2
1+
1POS NEG
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN
AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE - NE PAS OUVRIR
AC
MAIN + MAIN Mode
INPUT
100 - 120V~60Hz
220 - 240V~50Hz
RATED POWER CONSUMPTION:880W
CAUTION:
REPLACE WITH THE SAME TYPE FUSE AND RATING
DISCONNECT SUPPLY CORD BEFORE CHANGING FUSE
STEREO MODE:
OUTPUT 2
OUTPUT 1
RIGHT/MONITOR
/
2 350 W @ 4 OHM
2 180 W @ 8 OHM
OUTPUT 1
1+
1POS NEG
(4 OHM MIN.. LOAD)
BRIDGE MODE:
700 W @ 8 OHM
(8 OHM MIN.. LOAD)
CLASS 2 WIRING MAY BE USED
BRIDGE MODE
BRIDGE
2+
1+
POS NEG
T10AH 250V
FUSE: 100-120V:
220-240V: T5AH 250V
CLASS 2 WIRING
MODEL
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CLASS 2 WIRING
MODEL: PBM8.350 UM
POWER
ON
SERIAL
DESIGNED IN ITALY
Apparaten skall anslutas
till jordat uttag nar den
ansluts till ett natverk
4
HOOK
COMPUTER SET-UP DIAGRAM
6. INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION
UP
2=Hot(+)
2
1
1=Ground/Screen
3
2
2=Hot(+)
3=Cold(-)
R
Use for Main output
3-pin XLR Line Socket
3-pin XLR Male Plug
POWERED MIXER
OFF
LEFT/MONO
/
MAIN
CAUTION
OUTPUT 2
1+
1POS NEG
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
VOLTAGE SELECTOR
WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN
AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE - NE PAS OUVRIR
CAUTION:
REPLACE WITH THE SAME TYPE FUSE AND RATING
DISCONNECT SUPPLY CORD BEFORE CHANGING FUSE
STEREO MODE:
OUTPUT 2
OUTPUT 1
RIGHT/MONITOR
/
2 350 W @ 4 OHM
2 180 W @ 8 OHM
6.2 Main Speaker Connections
OUTPUT 1
1+
1POS NEG
(4 OHM MIN.. LOAD)
BRIDGE MODE:
700 W @ 8 OHM
(8 OHM MIN.. LOAD)
CLASS 2 WIRING MAY BE USED
BRIDGE MODE
BRIDGE
2+
1+
POS NEG
T10AH 250V
FUSE: 100-120V:
220-240V: T5AH 250V
Apparaten skall anslutas
till jordat uttag nar den
ansluts till ett natverk
SERIAL
DESIGNED IN ITALY
-20 dB
PAD
-20 dB
PAD
-20 dB
PAD
-20 dB
PAD
-20 dB
PAD
-20 dB
PAD
DSP
-20 dB
PAD
PRESETS
PAD
16
1
2
10
9
8
15
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
4
5
13
0dB
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
HIGH
12KHz
12KHz
12KHz
12KHz
12KHz
12KHz
12KHz
12KHz
6
12
+15dB
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
MID
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
MID
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
MID
-15dB
0dB
MID
+15dB
-15dB
0dB
MID
MID
CLIP
DSP
MUTE
+15dB
0dB
MID
MUTE
MID
VARIATIONS
16
1
2
10
9
8
15
2.5KHz
-15dB
+15dB
2.5KHz
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
2.5KHz
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
2.5KHz
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
LOW
2.5KHz
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
LOW
2.5KHz
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
LOW
2.5KHz
-15dB
0dB
LOW
+15dB
2.5KHz
-15dB
0dB
LOW
+15dB
LOW
+15dB
80Hz
-15dB
+15dB
+15dB
0dB
80Hz
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
LOW
80Hz
-15dB
0dB
+15dB
MON
MON
MON
MON
MON
MON
AUX1
PRE
AUX1
PRE
AUX1
PRE
AUX1
PRE
AUX1
PRE
AUX1
PRE
0
dB
0
dB
8
8
8
0
dB
+10dB
8
8
8
8
0
dB
AUX2
POST
-
+10dB
PAN
0
dB
PAN
Left
Right
0
dB
63
125
250
500
1K
2K
4K
8K
LEVEL
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
CH 5
CH 6
LINE IN
(bal.)
LINE IN
(bal.)
LINE IN
(bal.)
LINE IN
(bal.)
LINE IN
(bal.)
LINE IN
(bal.)
LOW NOISE PR
EA
LOW NOISE PR
EA
LOW NOISE PR
EA
LOW NOISE PR
EA
LOW NOISE PR
EA
PRESETS:
1 VOCAL 1
2 VOCAL 2
3 LARGE HALL
4 SMALL HALL
5 LARGE ROOM
6 SMALL ROOM
7 PLATE
8 TAPE REVERB
9 SPRING REVERB
10 MONO DELAY
11 STEREO DELAY
12 FLANGER
13 CHORUS
14 REVERB
DELAY
15 REVERB
FLANGER
16 REVERB
CHORUS
15
15
9
10
-
+10dB
63
125
250
500
1K
2K
R
(MONO)
L
L
MIC IN (bal.)
ON
LOW NOISE PR
EA
CH1
POWER
CH2
PROT
MP3 IN TO
MP3
AUX2
OUT
MAIN
LOW NOISE PR
EA
AMPLIFIER
MODE
MP3 PLAYER
00
/
OFF CH9/10
MIC IN (bal.)
10dB
16K
2+
SIG
FOOT
SW.
USB REP
OFF
POWER
MAIN MAIN BRIDGE
MAIN MONITOR
03 :08
ALL
PHANTOM
48V
OFF
CH7/8
/
STEREO
RTN
MP
MIC IN (bal.)
8K
+10dB
TAPE IN TO
MP
MIC IN (bal.)
4K
LEVEL
30
CLIP
CH9-10/MP3
R
(MONO)
MP
MIC IN (bal.)
0
dB
10
LEVEL
CH7-8/TAPE
LOW NOISE PR
EA
MP
MP
MP
MP
MP
MIC IN (bal.)
1+
0
0
9
15
ON
LEFT
RIGHT
MIC IN (bal.)
MAIN
9
0
9
15
Right
8
-
+10dB
LEVEL
10dB
16K
+10dB
0
dB
8
-
+10dB
8
-
+10dB
LEVEL
8
-
+10dB
LEVEL
8
-
+10dB
LEVEL
8
-
+10dB
LEVEL
8
8
8
-
+10dB
CH 1
LEVEL
30
DSP
LEVEL
0
dB
10
TO MAIN
-
MONITOR
0
9
15
DSP
-
DSP/FX
AUX2
POST
-
Left
Right
0
9
15
TO MON
+10dB
0dB
DSP/FX
AUX2
POST
PAN
Left
Right
-
+10dB
0dB
DSP/FX
+10dB
8
8
0
dB
0dB
-
PAN
Left
Right
-
+10dB
AUX2
POST
+10dB
PAN
Left
Right
-
+10dB
PAN
Left
DSP/FX
AUX2
POST
-
+10dB
PAN
-
+10dB
0dB
DSP/FX
AUX2
POST
-
+10dB
Right
0dB
DSP/FX
AUX2
POST
-
Left
-
+10dB
8
8
0dB
DSP/FX
AUX2
POST
-
+10dB
8
8
0dB
DSP/FX
PAN
Right
-
+10dB
10
9
0
5
6
7
+15dB
0dB
AUX1
PRE
-
15
9
4
12
80Hz
-15dB
0dB
MON
+10dB
8
80Hz
-15dB
AUX1
PRE
8
0dB
-
Left
+15dB
0dB
MON
+10dB
8
-
80Hz
-15dB
0dB
8
80Hz
-15dB
8
+15dB
0dB
15
3
14
13
0dB
LOW
11
80Hz
-15dB
POWER
7
11
-15dB
PBM8.350 UM
3
14
0dB
8
-20 dB
Please use only the power connectors to make connections with other signal
source equipment for the passive speaker cabinets. The power connector has
four terminals: 1+, 1-, 2+, 2-.
CLASS 2 WIRING
MODEL
1-
INPUT
100 - 120V~60Hz
220 - 240V~50Hz
RATED POWER CONSUMPTION:880W
2-
AC
(seen from soldering side)
(seen from soldering side)
CLASS 2 WIRING
MODEL: PBM8.350 UM
POWER
ON
1=Ground/Screen
3=Cold(-)
Use for Balanced Mic Inputs
L
1
3
MIC IN (bal.)
IN
LEFT
MONITOR OUT
TAPE OUT
RIGHT
MAIN OUT
Cassette or DAT
HEADPHONE
OUT
Speakon connectors
CD Player
Synthesizers
ON
CH1
POWER
CH2
PROT
CLIP
SIG
OFF
POWER
Other stereo
line level signal
Vocal MIC
Monitor
ON
CH1
POWER
CH2
PROT
CLIP
SIG
OFF
POWER
L
R
Your PBM8.350 UM features three modes for connecting the main speakers.
The speaker impedance requirement varies depending on how you connect the
speaker. In order to avoid damaging your PBM8.350 UM built-in amplifier,
please pay more attention to the speaker impedance . Lower load impedances
are not permitted. For details, please refer to next page pictures.
STEREO MODE:
23 50 W @ 4 OHM
21 80 W @ 8 OHM
(4 OHM MIN.. LOAD)
BRIDGE MODE:
700 W @ 8 OHM
(8 OHM MIN.. LOAD)
CLASS 2 WIRING MAY BE USED
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Tip
Sleeve Ring
Ring=Right Signal
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Your PBM8.350 UM comprises 6 mono input channels
and 2 stereo input channels, each of them including
-20dB PAD, 3-band equalizer, AUX sends, PAN and
LEVEL controls. The following content will detail the
each part.
Sleeve=Ground/Screen
Use for Headphone
4. CONTROL ELEMENTS
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4.1 MONO/STEREO Input Channel Section
Tip=Left Signal
Strain Clamp
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1 MONO Input Channels (1 ~ 6)
CH7-8/TAPE
CH 6
R
LINE IN
(bal.)
(MONO)
L
LOW NOISE
LOW NOISE PR
EA
PR
EA
Tip
Sleeve
Tip=Signal
Strain Clamp
Sleeve=Ground/Screen
Ring=Return Signal
Ring
Tip=Send Signal
Sleeve=Ground/Screen
3
1
STEREO Input Channels (7 ~ 10)
CH7 through CH10 are organised in stereo pair. Via the
1/4" TRS input connectors, you can connect the outputs
from stereo devices such as synthesizers, effects
processor or any stereo line level signal. If only the left
jack was connected, the input will operate in mono mode.
Via the XLR MIC IN connector, you can connect the low
level sources.
1/4" Stereo (TRS) Jack Plug
3
0dB
HIGH
12KHz
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
MID
2.5KHz
-15dB
4
+15dB
0dB
LOW
80Hz
-15dB
+15dB
0dB
MON
AUX1
PRE
-
DSP/FX
AUX2
POST
-
5
+10dB
0dB
6
+10dB
PAN
Left
Right
7
0
dB
4
1
EQUALIZER
Your PBM8.350 UM features a 3-band equalizer allowing
you to adjust the high, mid and low frequencies separately
on each channel. All bands provide a boost
or cut up to 15dB , flat at the center detent.
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PAD
-20dB PAD Button
Pressing this button will attenuate the input signal by
20dB. In such way you can produce increased headroom
and reduce the risk of distortion due to quite "hot"
signals.
Use for Insert Points
-20 dB
8
-
8
Strain Clamp
2
8
2
1
Tip
1
8
1/4" Mono (TS) Jack Plug
Sleeve
MIC IN (bal.)
MIC IN (bal.)
Note: You shall never connect an unbalanced microphone
to the XLR connector if you do not want to damage both
the microphone and the mixer.
Use for Mono Line In, Mono 1/4"Jack Plugs
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CH1 through Ch6 are provided of MIC IN and LINE IN
connector. Use the XLR MIC IN connector to connect
low noise microphones preamp and low level signal,
which also feature +48V phantom power, allowing you
to connect condenser microphones. Use the 1/4" TRS
LINE IN connector to connect either a microphone or
a line level instrument such as synthesizers, drum
machines, effects processors...
1/4" Stereo (TRS) Jack Plug
+10dB
LEVEL
CH 1
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HIGH
This is the treble control. You can use it to get rid of high frequency noises or
to boost the sound of cymbals or the high harmonics of the human voice.
MID
This is the midrange control. It affects most fundamental frequencies of all
musical instruments and human voice. An attentive use of this control will
give you a very wide panorama of sound effects.
Ok, you have got to this point and you are now in the position to successfully
operate your PBM8.350 UM. However, we advise you to read carefully the following
section to be the real master of your own mix. Not paying attention enough to the
input signal level, to the routing of the signal and the assignment of the signal will
result in unwanted distortion, a corrupt signal or no sound at all. So you should
follow this procedure for every single channel:
Turn down all Input and output controls.
LOW
Connect phantom powered microphones before switching on the +48Volt
phantom power switch.
This is the bass control. It is used to boost male voice , kickdrum and bass
guitar. Your system will sound much bigger than what it is.
Set the output level of your PBM8.350 UM or the connected power amplifier
at no more than 75%.
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1 MON (AUX1) Control
Your PBM8.350 UM has two auxiliary sends which can be used for sending
signals to external or internal effects device or for creating a monitor mix,
these sends are used to adjust the level of respective channel signal sent to
AUX bus, and the adjustable range goes from - to +10dB. The AUX1 control
is configured as PRE-FADER, which means that the signal is sent out before
reaching the channel fader. It is used for a stage monitor mix in a live set, or
for a headphone mix in recording application.
Now, set the MONITOR level at no more than 50%. In this way you should
monitor your mix, connecting a pair of headphones or a pair of powered studio
monitor speakers.
Position EQ controls on middle position.
Position panoramic (PAN) control on center position.
Properly increase the input gain for maintaining a good headphone and ideal
dynamic range.
6
1 DSP/FX (AUX2) Control
The AUX2 control is configured as POST-FADER, so the AUX send level will be
affected by channel fader. Via the AUX2 OUT jack, the AUX2 signal can be sent
to an external effects device, furthermore, the AUX2 signal can also be
assigned to internal onboard effect module.
7
1 PAN Control
Abbreviation of PANORAMA control for mono and stereo channels. It is used to
determine the amount of channel signal sent to main mix left and right
outputs. Keeping this control in center position, the signal will be positioned in
middle of "stereo field". Turn this control fully counterclockwise, the signal will
be present only on the left of main mix and vice-versa.
Depending on the actual application, turn slowly the input and output level
controls for obtaining the maximum gain before distortion.
Now repeat the same sequence for all input channels. The main LED meter
could move up into the red section. In this case you can adjust the overall
output level through the MAIN MIX control.
6.1 Audio Connections
You can connect unbalanced equipment to balanced inputs and outputs. Simply
follow these schematics.
8
1 Channel LEVEL Control
This control is used to adjust the overall level of respective channel. The
adjustable range goes from - to +10dB.
4.2 MASTER SECTION Controls
7
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2. PRESET
5.
THE CONCEPT
LIST BEHIND
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No.
1
2
Preset
VOCAL 1
VOCAL 2
Description
Simulate a room with small delay time.
Simulate a small space with slight decay time.
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Controllable parameter
Parameter
Variable range
Decay time
Pre-delay
0.8~1.1s
0~79ms
Decay time
Pre-delay
0.8~2.5s
0~79ms
15
15
9
9
0
0
0
9
9
Simulate a large acoustic space of the sound.
Decay time
Pre-delay
3.6~5.4s
23~55ms
4
SMALL HALL
Simulate a small acoustic space of the sound.
Decay time
Pre-delay
1.0~2.9s
20~45ms
5
LARGE ROOM
Simulate a studio room with many early reflections. Decay time
Pre-delay
6
SMALL ROOM
Simulate a bright studio room.
Decay time
Pre-delay
0.7~2.1s
20~45ms
7
PLATE
Simulate the transducers sound like classic bright
vocal plate.
Decay time
Pre-delay
0.6~6.1s
10ms
8
TAPE REVERB
Simulate a record head and multiple playback heads Decay time
at intervals along the tape.
Pre-delay
1.3~5.4s
0~84ms
9
SPRING REVERB Simulate the analog transducers' springs lightly Decay time
Pre-delay
stretched sound.
1.3~5.4s
0~35ms
10
MONO DELAY
Reproduce the sound input on the outputafter a Period
lapse of time.
60~650ms
11
STEREO DELAY
Recreate the input sound on the stereo output with Period
different time.
Feedback
210~400ms
37~73%
12
FLANGER
Simulate to play with another person carryingout Rate
sam e the notes on the same instrument
0.16~2.79Hz
13
CHORUS
Recreate the illusion of more than one instrument Rate
from a single instrument sound
0.5~5Hz
14
REV.+DELAY
Delay with room effect
16
REV.+FLANGER
REV.+CHORUS
Stereo chorus and large room reverb
250
500
1K
2K
4K
8K
10dB
16K
10
9
2.9~4.5s
23~55ms
9
1 STEREO GRAPHIC EQ
Your PBM8.350 UM is equipped with a stereo graphic EQ for MAIN MIX, and a
mono EQ for MONITOR MIX. Each EQ provides 9-band fader controls. Via these
faders, you can boost/attenuate the selected frequency up to 15dB at a
preset bandwidth. When all faders are at the center position, the equalizer
output is flat response. They are used to modify the frequency "contour" of a
sound. Since there is no bypass switch, the EQ function will be activated as
soon as you turn on your PBM8.350 UM.
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1 MONITOR LEVEL Control
This control is used to adjust the level of monitor output.
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1 MONITOR LEVEL LED Display
This 4 segments LED display shows the monitor output level.
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Delay period
Rev. decay time
211~375ms
1.0~2.9s
Flanger Rate
Rev. decay time
0.16~2.52Hz
1.5~2.9s
Simulate the sound effect achieved by rotating horn Chorus rate
Rev. decay time
speakers and a bass cylinder
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0.5~4.74Hz
1.5~2.9s
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MAIN
0
0
0
9
9
0
dB
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15
15
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125
250
500
1K
2K
4K
8K
LEVEL
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30
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15
15
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LEVEL
30
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LARGE HALL
0
dB
10
15
3
MONITOR
10
10dB
16K
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1 MAIN MIX LEVEL Control
This control is used to adjust the overall volume of main mix output.
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1 MAIN MIX LEVEL LED Display
The stereo 4 segments LED display is used to monitor the main mix output level.
PBM8.350 UM
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1 PLAY/PAUSE
In play state, press PLAY/PAUSE button to pause the player. In pause state,
press PLAY/PAUSE button to start playing.
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1 STOP
In play state, press STOP button to stop playing and the whole quantity of
Mp3 songs in the USB memory will display on the screen. In STOP state,
press the PRE/NEXT button or press the STOP button again to go to the first
songs and the player will keep in pause state, then press down the
PLAY/PAUSE button to play it.
POWER
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1 POWER LED Display
The LED indicates that your PBM8.350 UM is turned on.
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1 POWER
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1 PHANTOM 48V Switch
It is available only to the XLR MIC sockets. Never plug in
a microphone when phantom power is already on. Before
turning phantom power on, make sure that all faders are
all the way down. In this way you will protect your stage
monitors and main loudspeakers. Pushing the switch to
right will apply +48V phantom power only to the 8 XLR
microphone inputs.
4. CONTROL ELEMENTS
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AMPLIFIER
MODE
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MAIN MAIN BRIDGE
MAIN MONITOR
NOTE: Basic interface instruction.
PHANTOM
48V
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OFF
When the unit is off, press this button 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.
When the player isn't connected to a USB memory equipment, the interface is
as follows:
ON
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1 AMPLIFIER MODE Switch
MP3
U
This switch provides three modes: MAIN/MAIN; MAIN/MONITOR; BRIDGE.
Select any one of these modes to specify the signals to be routed to the
corresponding jacks according to th e speaker connection at speaker jacks on
the rear panel. The details refer to later content.
US
NORMAL
When the player is searching for Mp3 songs, the interface is as follows:
4.3 MASTER SECTION INPUT and OUTPUT 1/4" Jacks
NORMAL
LEFT
RIGHT
MONITOR OUT
MAIN OUT
HEADPHONE
OUT
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When the player is in pause state, the interface is as follows:
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MP3
When the player is in use, the interface is as follows:
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MP3
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1 MAIN OUT Jacks
Both jacks are used to output the main mix signal to an external amplifier or
active speaker.
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ALL
NORMAL
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1 MONITOR OUT Jack
Use the balanced MONITOR jack to connect the input of external monitor
amplifier or active monitor speaker.
USB ERP
USB ERP
ALL
S
NORMAL
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1 HEADPHONE OUT Jack
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This is a stereo phone type output jack, it is used to send out the monitor
signal to a pair of headphones.
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1 AUX2 OUT Jack
MP3 PLAYER
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MP3
USB REP
The phone jack is used to output the line level signal of
AUX2 bus. Generally, it is used to connect external
effects unit, but it is should be used for stage
monitors too.
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ALL
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1 STEREO RTN. Jack
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The file system of USB memory for USB-MP3 player is FAT16 and FAT32.The player
can only decode MP3.It can have 7 rank subordinate folders at most ,and the
maximum quantity of folders within MP3 files is 24.In the whole USB memory ,the
total folders can not beyond 256(incluing those folders without MP3 songs).
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1 USB PORT
For connecting with USB memory.
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1 PRE
In pause state, press this button it will go to the previous song and keep
in pause state. In play state, press this button it will go to the previous song
and start playing.
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1 NEXT
In pause state, press this button it will go to the previous song and keep in
pause state. In play state, press this button , it will go to the previous song
and start playing.
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1 REPEAT
Press this button the player will change between the following four modes. REP
ALL means to repeat all songs in the memory, the mark on the screen is all .
REP1 means to repeat one song, the mark on the screen is 1 . Play in order
means to play the songs according to the order, the mark on the screen is
blank. Random play means to play the songs at random, the mark on the
screen is A.
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Use the stereo phone jack to return the sound of an
effect unit to the main mix. You can also use it as a
extra auxiliary stereo input.
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1 TAPE IN TO Select Switch
Pushing this switch to right will route the signal from
TAPE IN to CH7~8 path, and the signal will be affected
by channel level control and main level control, while to
left will route the signal to main mix bus, the signal will
be affected only by main level control.
AUX2
OUT
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STEREO
RTN
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TAPE IN TO
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MAIN
CH7/8
/
LEFT
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1 2-TRACK IN
Your PBM8.350 UM features dual RCA jacks for 2track in (left and right). If you wish to listen to your mix
from a tape recorder, DAT or cassette, please use
these tape input jacks. Depending on the setting of
TAPE TO select switch, you can assign the signal
from the tape recorder (DAT or cassette),as well as a
CD player to CH7~8 path or main mix bus.
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1 2-TRACK OUT
Your PBM8.350 UM features dual RCA jacks for 2-track
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out (left and right). Via these jacks, you can route the
main mix signal into a tape recorder or DAT for recording.
RIGHT
IN
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TAPE OUT
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MP3 IN TO
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OFF CH9/10
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1 MP3 IN TO Select Switch
Pushing this switch to right will route the signal from MP3 IN to CH9~10
path, MIC and LINE of CH9~10 path are disconnected ,and the signal will be
affected by channel level control and main level control, while to left will
disconnect the signal of MP3 IN to CH9~10 path, MIC and LINE input of
CH9~10 path are connected.
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4.5 Rear Panel
4.4 DSP Section
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PBM8.350 UM features 256 position effects, for
details, please refer to following content.
DSP
PRESETS
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1 PRESETS Control
Adjust this knob to select the effect you wish to
perform. There are 16 options available: several kinds
of reverb, mono and stereo delay, modulation effects,
and versatile two-effect combination.
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1
POWERED MIXER
3
POWER
5
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6
12
9
CLIP
MUTE
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VARIATIONS
16
1
This LED lights up when the input signal is too strong or
in case of the digital effect module being muted.
CAUTION:
REPLACE WITH THE SAME TYPE FUSE AND RATING
DISCONNECT SUPPLY CORD BEFORE CHANGING FUSE
STEREO MODE:
2 350 W @ 4 OHM
2 180 W @ 8 OHM
BRIDGE MODE:
700 W @ 8 OHM
OUTPUT 2
OUTPUT 1
RIGHT/MONITOR
/
OUTPUT 1
1+
1POS NEG
(4 OHM MIN.. LOAD)
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(8 OHM MIN.. LOAD)
CLASS 2 WIRING MAY BE USED
4
BRIDGE MODE
BRIDGE
2+
1+
POS NEG
5
13
6
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CLASS 2 WIRING
MODEL
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till jordat uttag nar den
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SERIAL
DESIGNED IN ITALY
7
11
10
9
8
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DSP
-
8
TO MON
+10dB
30
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1 POWER ON/OFF Switch
1 VOCAL 1
2 VOCAL 2
3 LARGE HALL
4 SMALL HALL
5 LARGE ROOM
6 SMALL ROOM
7 PLATE
8 TAPE REVERB
9 SPRING REVERB
10 MONO DELAY
11 STEREO DELAY
12 FLANGER
13 CHORUS
14 REVERB
DELAY
15 REVERB
FLANGER
16 REVERB
CHORUS
DSP
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-
This switch is used to turn the main power ON and OFF.
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1 AC Inlet with FUSE Holder
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+10dB
FOOT
SW.
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30
1 DSP TO MON Control
This control is used to control the volume of effect signal
sent to monitor mix, which can be varied from to
+10dB.
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1 DSP TO MAIN Control
This control is used to control the volume of effect signal sent to main mix bus,
which can be varied from - to +10dB.
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1 FOOT SW. Jack
To this 1/4" jack, you can connect an external footswitch to turn on/off the
onboard effect module.
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OUTPUT 2
1+
1POS NEG
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN
AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE - NE PAS OUVRIR
3
TO MAIN
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1 CLIP/MUTE LED
LEFT/MONO
/
MAIN
T10AH 250V
FUSE: 100-120V:
220-240V: T5AH 250V
2
PRESETS:
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1 DSP MUTE Switch
This switch is used to activate/deactivate the effect
facility. For convenient operation, you can also use the
following FOOT SW jack.
VOLTAGE SELECTOR
INPUT
100 - 120V~60Hz
220 - 240V~50Hz
RATED POWER CONSUMPTION:880W
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1 VARIATIONS Control
Since you have selected the needed effect, please go
ahead with the fine consideration, there are also 16
variations for each preset, and each variation has been
designed modifying several parameters.
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AC
DSP
MUTE
15
OFF
CAUTION
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7
10
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ON
4
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CLASS 2 WIRING
MODEL: PBM8.350 UM
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15
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Use it to connect your PBM8.350 UM to the main AC with the supplied AC
cord. Please check the voltage available in your country and how the voltage for
your PBM8.350 UM is configured before attempting to connect your
PBM8.350 UM to the main AC.
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1 SPEAKERS Jacks
These jacks are used to connect speakers. They are configured with 4-way
speakon connectors and 1/4" phone jacks. You can determine the signal that is
output to these jacks according to the setting of AMPLIFIER MODE select
switch.
Note: In order to avoid damaging your PBM8.350 UM built-in amplifier, please
pay more attention to the speaker impedance . Lower load impedances are not
permitted.
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1 AC Select Switch
This switch has two choices for voltage, 115 VAC or 230 VAC.
Note: If you want to switch the voltage, remove the cover plate with a
screwdriver and set the switch to the 115 VAC or 230VAC as the actual
requirement. Refer to the specification page 20 for instructions of replacing
fuse.
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