User manual ELECTRO-VOICE DMC-2181X

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[. . . ] When the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrican for replacement of the absolete outlet. IMPORTANT SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS CAUTION: These servicing instructions are for use by qualified personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the Operating Instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Security regulations as stated in the EN 60065 (VDE 0860 / IEC 65) and the CSA E65 - 94 have to be obeyed when servicing the appliance. Use of a mains separator transformer is mandatory during maintenance while the appliance is opened, needs to be operated and is connected to the mains 3. [. . . ] Whenever the function block in the first line is selected, you are able to select another function block by using the rotary encoder (10). Pressing one of the controls OUT 1 - 4 lets you directly select the function blocks of the corresponding output channel. Using the SELECT keys (5) and (6) you are able to select the desired parameter and the rotary encoder (10) lets you alter the value of the selected parameter. Keeping the rotary encoder pressed while turning it, increases the speed of the value changes (enhanced step-width). The set value is displayed and the change is instantaneously audible via the connected loudspeaker systems. An E appears in the top right corner of the display, informing you that the selected program is being edited. In case you do not want to change any other parameters, please proceed with step 7. The next or previous parameter is selected, using the SELECT keys (5) and (6). The display might show the following: If needed, steps 3 to 6 can be repeated as often as necessary. Your changes to the program that is in memory are not stored yet and therefore will be lost with the next program change command. The display now shows the program number, the program name and the corresponding configuration. The E in the top right corner indicates that parameters are being edited, but the changes have not yet been saved. In the Recall menu, select the program that you want to edit from the list of factory preset programs. Press RECALL (9) to load the preset into RAM; see also chapter 7. 1, PROGRAM SELECTION. Press the STORE key (8) to copy the program to a user-definable preset location, like explained in the paragraph 7. 3. Enter the program's new name and save it in a user-definable preset location, like explained in the paragraph 7. 3. 7-5 PARAMETERS 8. PARAMETERS Depending on its configuration and operation mode, the Dx 38 offers a selection of more or less different parameters. The parameters are assigned to the input channels IN1, IN2, IN1+2 and to the 4 output channels OUT1, OUT2, OUT3, OUT4. The channel number is indicated in the top left corner of the display while the function block (MASTER EQ, MASTER DELAY, CHANNEL EQ, etc. ) is shown next to the channel number. The corresponding parameters appear in the second and third line of the display. A typical "parameter display" looks like this: The function blocks are arranged in the following sequence: IN1: IN1: IN1: IN1: IN1: IN1: IN2: IN2: IN2: IN2: IN2: IN2: MASTER EQ1 MASTER EQ2 MASTER EQ3 MASTER EQ4 MASTER EQ5 MASTER DELAY MASTER EQ1 MASTER EQ2 MASTER EQ3 MASTER EQ4 MASTER EQ5 MASTER DELAY IN1+2: MASTER DELAY OUT1: ROUTING OUT1: CHANNEL EQ1 OUT1: CHANNEL EQ2 OUT1: CHANNEL EQ3 OUT1: CHANNEL EQ4 OUT1: HIPASS XOVER OUT1: LOPASS XOVER OUT1: CHANNEL DELAY OUT1: COMPRESSOR OUT1: LIMITER OUT1: LEVEL OUT3: ROUTING OUT3: CHANNEL EQ1 OUT3: CHANNEL EQ2 OUT3: CHANNEL EQ3 OUT3: CHANNEL EQ4 OUT3: HIPASS XOVER OUT3: LOPASS XOVER OUT3: CHANNEL DELAY OUT3: COMPRESSOR OUT3: LIMITER OUT3: LEVEL OUT2: ROUTING OUT2: CHANNEL EQ1 OUT2: CHANNEL EQ2 OUT2: CHANNEL EQ3 OUT2: CHANNEL EQ4 OUT2: HIPASS XOVER OUT2: LOPASS XOVER OUT2: CHANNEL DELAY OUT2: COMPRESSOR OUT2: LIMITER OUT2: LEVEL OUT4: ROUTING OUT4: CHANNEL EQ1 OUT4: CHANNEL EQ2 OUT4: CHANNEL EQ3 OUT4: CHANNEL EQ4 OUT4: HIPASS XOVER OUT4: LOPASS XOVER OUT4: CHANNEL DELAY OUT4: COMPRESSOR OUT4: LIMITER OUT4: LEVEL All parameters, their adjustment ranges, and all additional information about use and effect of the different functions are explained in detail in the following chapters. 8-1 PARAMETERS 8. 1 PARAMETER ACCESS Depending on the actual configuration, only certain parameters are relevant. To provide a better overview and prevent erroneous operation, in the STANDARD Edit mode only those parameters are accessible. Additionally and to further improve operational comfort, corresponding parameters are linked. [. . . ] Slightly lift the printed board 80448 and carefully pull it in the direction to the front of the appliance until the sockets are out of the rear plate. Now, you can turn the printed board assembly 80448 so that the needed contacts for installing the transformer are accessible. Remove the two resistors of the specific input channel (IN 1: R104 / R105, IN 2: R204 / R205). Clean the holes for the transformer from soldering tin by suction (7 holes per transformer). [. . . ]

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