Bedienungsanleitung Fishman C 100

Fishman C 100



DSL 16k: 1s

Downloads bisher: 1


  • Cello Pickup Fishman C 100

  • Vorschau Fishman C 100 Handbuch:
    INSTALLATION 1. Measure the opening of the bass side wing slot on the bridge with a vernier caliper. The opening should be between .060-.090" (1.5-2.3mm) for proper fit. If the wing slot opening of the cello measures more than .090" (2.3mm), the leg facing the pickup must be shimmed. For that purpose, we have provided a strip of wooden shim material that can be easily cut with scissors, stacked and glued to produce a shim of any required thickness. 2. Slide the transducer into the bass wing slot as shown. Make certain that the sensing element is in contact with the wing face and that the spring (made of tempered beryllium cop- per) is in contact with the corresponding "leg" face of the bridge. NOTE: For best perfor- mance, the ultimate wing slot opening should be .070" (1.8mm). 3. For permanent installation, use any appropriate wood adhesive to bond the shims to the face of the bass side wing. As a result, the shims will be located between the transducer’s sensing element and the bass side wing. NOTE: The performance of the C-100 is affected by the amount of contact area between its sensing element and the wing face of the bridge. Accordingly, the per- formance may be adversely affected if the wing face has been stylized or carved in any way. 4. Once the transducer is properly inserted into the bridge, the next step is to mount the adhe- sive-backed jack mount to the back side of the tailpiece. First, peel off the release film from the holder and then press the holder firmly in place below the fine tuning machines of the tailpiece. Position the holder so that the jack, when slipped into the holder, will be at a right angle (90 degrees) to the tailpiece. 5. Insert the jack into the holder and snap shut. Since the wire is somewhat micro- phonic, it should not be allowed to lie on the face of the instrument. FINE TUNING Once the C-100 is properly mounted, plug the instrument into an amplifier and play at a low volume. Carefully shift the position of the C-100 within the slot and listen for the best location. NOTE: If installation is to be permanent, a small drop of cyanoacrylate adhesive on the spring side (lower face) of the transducer can be used. PLUGGING IN Due to the nature of passive pickups, the type of cable you use and the input you plug into will affect the quality of your sound. INSTRUMENT CABLE Cable lengths over 10 feet (before preamp) will cause audible high frequency loss. Use a high qual- ity, low capacitance shielded cable. This will insure minimal tone coloration and hum. Using fully shielded metal plugs will also help eliminate hum. KINDS OF AUDIO INPUTS Because of the lack of standard .....
    Klicken Sie jetzt für den Download