4. TEL IN TERMINAL
This is the audio signal input terminal of switchboard.
If the signal is inputted to the terminal, you are able to control the output of other input signals by the priority
control volume of TEL IN.
5. TEL IN PRIORITY CONTROL VOLUME
This is able to control the mute level of INPUT 1~3 when the signal is inputted from the TEL IN terminal.
6. INPUT 3 TERMINAL
This is an unbalanced input terminal and connected with the external units.(CD, DVD, computer, etc.)
If you connect with computer, ‘Y’ jacks are required.
- MA-110 - MA-110N
6.3ø Phone Jack : Unbalanced Euro Block : Unbalanced
RCA Jack : Unbalanced RCA Jack : Unbalanced
7. INPUT 2 TERMINAL
This is a balanced input terminal and connected with the mic signal or the external units.
8. INPUT 2 LEVEL SELECT SWITCH
This switch selects the input signal of INPUT 2.
9. INPUT 1 TERMINAL OF REAR PANEL
This is a balanced XLR (MA-110) or Euro Block (MA-110N) input terminal that the signal is inputted.
If the front panel’s MIC input terminal is connected with 6.3ø Phone Jack, the rear panel’s MIC input terminal
don’t output the signal.
10. SELECT SWITCH OF INPUT 1 PHANTOM MIC
This switch selects a kind of INPUT 1’s MIC on the rear panel.
Be able to use either DYNAMIC MIC or CONDENSER MIC, and the phantom power of +15V is supplied
when using the condenser mic.
MIC : Select in case of using a general dynamic mic
PHANTOM MIC : Select in case of using a condenser mic
11. THE PRIORITY CONTROL VOLUME OF INPUT 1
The output of INPUT 2,3 is controlled by the priority control volume of INPUT 1 when the signal is inputted to
the INPUT 1 terminal.