Behringer LX1200H/LX210 Musical Instrument Amplifier User Manual

8.3 MIDI connections
The MIDI standard (Musical Instruments Digital Interface) was
developed in the early 80s to enable different makes of electronic
instruments to communicate with each other. Over the years the
range of MIDI applications has constantly expanded, and today it
is standard practice to network entire recording studios using
the MIDI standard.
The heart of such a network is a computer with sequencer
software that controls not only all the keyboards but also effects
other peripheral devices. In such a studio set-up you can control
the V-AMPIRE in real time from a computer. For live performances
in particular, you can also use a MIDI foot controller to control
both effect parameters and preset changes.
The MIDI connectors are international-standard 5-pin DIN
connectors. To connect your device to other MIDI equipment you
will need dedicated MIDI cables. They are commercially available
in various standard lengths.
MIDI IN: receives MIDI controller data. The receiving channel
can be adjusted in EDIT mode by pressing the A button and then
using the arrow buttons.
MIDI OUT/THRU: used for sending data to a computer or any
other devices. You can transmit both preset data and parameter
changes. If set to MIDI THRU, the V-AMPIRE does not send its
own MIDI information, but passes on the signal received at the
MIDI IN connector (see chapter 2.1, A).
8.3.1 Sending/receiving MIDI Sysex data
Your V-AMPIRE can receive system-exclusive data from other
MIDI devices provided that the MIDI function (button A) has been
activated in EDIT mode. However, this means that all presets on
your device will be overwritten automatically. You can also
transmit MIDI data from your V-AMPIRE to other devices (total
dump) by switching to EDIT mode and pressing the MIDI button
until the display reads d. The total dump function can be useful
for transferring all the stored data from your device to a MIDI
sequencer and storing it there.
To send individual presets to other devices: switch to EDIT
mode by pressing both arrow buttons on the transmitting unit
simultaneously, activate the MIDI function and briefly tap the MIDI
button. The preset data are first filed in the temporary buffer and
can be stored in the preset position of your choice using the
store function.
Instrument input 1/4" TS connector, unbalanced
Input impedance 1 M
Max. input level +9 dBu
Aux In Stereo 1/4" TRS stereo connector
Input impedance 4,7 k
Pre DSP Return Line In 1/4" TS connector, unbalanced
Input impedance 2 k
Max. input level +9 dBu
Analog Line Outputs L/R 1/4" TS connector, unbalanced
Output impedance ca. 680
Max. output level +9 dBu
Pre DSP Send/Line Out 1/4" TS connector, unbalanced
Output impedance <1 k
Max. output level +9 dBu
Balanced Line Out XLR, balanced
Output impedance 100
Max. output level +14 dBu (Studio); 0 dBu (Live)
Headphone connector 1/4" TRS connector, unbalanced
Max. output level +15 dBu/100 (+23 dBm)
Type 5-pole DIN jacks IN, OUT/THRU
Converter 24-Bit Delta-Sigma, 64/128 times
Dynamics A/D 104 dB @ Preamp Bypass
Dynamics D/A 92 dB
Sampling rate 31,250 kHz
DSP 100 Mips
Delay time max. 1933 ms
(Line In > Line Out) approx. 5 ms
Type two-digit 7-segment LED display
Mono power
(1 x 4 ) 120 W (LX1200H only)
Stereo power
(2 x 8 ) 2 x 60 W
Sound pressure level 116 dB @ 1 m
Type 2 x 10" BUGERA
Impedance 8
Load capacity 70 W (IEC) / 140 W (DIN)
Mains voltage USA/Canada 120 V~, 60 Hz
China 220 V~, 50 Hz
Europe/U.K./Australia 230 V~, 50 Hz
Japan 100 V~, 50 - 60 Hz
General export model 120/230 V~, 50 - 60 Hz
Power consumption 200 W max.
Fuse for mains voltages 100 - 120 V~:
T 5 A H 250 V
for mains voltages 200 - 240 V~:
T 2.5 A H 250 V
Mains connection Standard ICE receptacle
(H x W x D) 226 mm (9")
x 612 mm (24")
x 266 mm (10 1/2")
Weight ca. 14.6 kg (32 1/5 lb)
(H x W x D) 491 mm (19 1/3")
x 611 mm (24")
x 265 mm (10 1/2")
Weight ca. 21.5 kg (47 1/2 lb)
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Required modifications may be implemented without prior notice. Technical data and the
appearance of the unit may deviate from the above values and/or illustrations.