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2 – Names and Functions of Parts
1 Built-in monaural speaker
Use this built-in speaker for monitoring. Use the
PHONES knob to adjust the volume.
Sound will not be output from the speaker in the
o When headphones are connected
o When SPEAKER output is set to OFF on the
2 INPUT switches
Use these to set the inputs to LINE or MIC.
3 HOLD switch
Slide this in the direction of the arrow to disable the
STANDBY/ON button to prevent the power from
accidentally being cut.
4 MIC GAIN switches
Use these to adjust the gain of the mic inputs.
5 STANDBY/ON button
Press this to switch the unit power between ON and
6 PHANTOM switches
Use these to turn phantom power ON or OFF for input
pairs 1/2, 3/4 and 5/6.
Do not connect or disconnect mics when a PHANTOM
switch is set to ON. Doing so could cause a loud
noise and might damage this unit and connected
Set the PHANTOM switch to ON only when using a
condenser microphone that requires phantom power.
Turning phantom power on when a dynamic mic or
other mic that does not require it is connected could
damage this unit and connected equipment.
When using condenser mics that require phantom
power and dynamic mics together, be sure to use
balanced dynamic mics. Unbalanced dynamic mics
cannot be used when phantom power is enabled.
Supplying phantom power to some ribbon mics will
break them. If you are unsure, do not supply phantom
power to a ribbon mic.
7 MULTI/STEREO button
Press to select whether the stereo track or the multi-
track (6-track) is played back.