Bedienungsanleitung Manley MIC EQ 500 COMBO

Manley MIC EQ 500 COMBO



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  • Preamplifier Manley MIC EQ 500 COMBO

  • Vorschau Manley MIC EQ 500 COMBO Handbuch:
    MAINS CONNECTIONS Your MIC EQ-500 COMBO has been factory set to the correct mains voltage for your country. The voltage setting is marked on the serial badge, located on the rear panel. Check that this complies with your local supply. Export units for certain markets have a moulded mains plug fitted to comply with local require- ments. If your unit does not have a plug fitted the coloured wires should be connected to the appropriate plug terminals in accordance with the following code. GREEN/YELLOW EARTH terminal BLUE NEUTRAL terminal BROWN LIVE terminal As the colours of the wires in the mains lead may not correspond with the coloured marking identifying the terminals in your plug proceed as follows; The wire which is coloured GREEN/YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter E or by the safety earth symbol or coloured GREEN or GREEN and YELLOW. The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter N or coloured BLACK. The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter L or coloured RED. DO NOT CONNECT/SWITCH ON THE MAINS SUPPLY UNTIL ALL OTHER CON- NECTIONS HAVE BEEN MADE. CONNECTING YOUR PREAMPLIFIER Setting up your Mic EQ-500 COMBO is rather easy. 1. Please refer to page 12 for an illustration of the back of the preamplifier. The following page shows some slightly more involved examples. On the left end of the back panel is a standard IEC mains connector. This should be connected to a standard mains outlet with the supplied cable. This unit has been hard-wired for the mains voltage in your country 2. There are two main XLR male outputs. The MIC PRE OUT can be used to send the amplified mic signal direct to tape (without EQ) or to feed compressors and gates. The LINE OUT is normally the output to the tape machine The pin out for the XLR is as follows: PIN1 - ground PIN2 - POSITIVE going phase (+) PIN3 - NEGATIVE going phase (-). 3. There are two XLR female inputs. The first is the MIC INPUT. Connect the mic to this. The second is a LINE INPUT. To use the EQ in a mix use the console INSERTs to feed a line level signal into the LINE INPUT and return it from the LINE OUTPUT. The LINE INPUT can also be used to insert a compressor and gate into the signal chain. 4. Power up the MIC EQ-500 COMBO with the gain controls initially set off or low and with the EQ bypassed. 5. If a dynamic or ribbon mic, tube condensor mic or passive DI is used then PHANTOM should be OFF. If a solid state (FET) condensor mic is used then the PHANTOM switch may have to be turned o .....
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