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MIXING AMPLIFIER
7
PA-60/120/240
2) INPUT 4~5 are provided on balanced EURO Terminals. Each input has a 2 position level selector switch.
- LINE: used for the LINE level signal input.
- MIC: used for the MIC level signal input such as dynamic mics.
3) INPUT 6 is provided on stereo summing RCA Jacks.
7. PRIORITY CONTROL VOLUME (PRIORITY MUTE)
The output signal level of INPUT 3~6 are controlled by the priority control volume when the signal is inputted to
the INPUT 1~2, EXT IN, CHIME and SIREN or EXT MUTE terminal is closed.
The signal from INPUT 1~2, EXT IN, CHIME, SIREN input has priority over all other input signal and BGM
broadcasting.
8. EXT MUTE
When these two terminals are shorted, output signal level of INPUT 3~6 is diminishes as much as the volume
value controlled by the PRIORITY CONTROL VOLUME(PRIORITY MUTE).
9. EXT CHIME
This terminal is used to activate the 4 tone chimes remotely.
10. MIX OUT
This is an unbalanced line-level output connects the other amplifier recorder.
Pin arrangement is +, G, FG (Frame Ground).
Please use 2-Conductor Braided Shield cable, and connect shield wire to FG (Frame Ground)
11. SPEAKER PRESET SWITCH
When power goes off and back on, speaker zone selection switchs on the front pannel are set as a setting
of SPEAKER PRESET switch.
12. SPEAKER OUTPUT TERMINAL
Please note that SP1~SP5 output voltage (100V or 70V) is different as the region.
Please note that SP1~SP5 terminal will be controlled by the speaker zone selection switch of front panel.
When SP1~SP5 (100V or 70V) is in use, the '8/4+' terminal and 'OPT IN' terminal must be bridged
together (Only for PA-60/120).
8/4 Terminal SP1~SP5 • COM Terminals
100V region 70V region
PA-60 8~4100V/16770V/82
PA-120 8~4100V/8470V/41
PA-240 8~4100/4270V/21
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