TASCAM Pocketstudio 5 Getting Started 7
3 – Parts of the Pocketstudio 5
Rear panel
1MIDI IN jack Use this to connect a MIDI
instrument to control the Pocketstudio 5’s internal
tone generator.
2USB port Use a standard USB cable to con-
nect this port to a suitably-equipped computer.
3AC adapter jack Use only the supplied AC
adaptor with this jack.
4Power switch Turn the Pocketstudio 5 on
(left) and off (right) with this switch.
NOTE
Remember to disconnect any headphones, instruments,
etc. or to turn the volume down, when turning the
Pocketstudio 5 on and off.
Front panel
5GUITAR/LINE input Use this 1/4” input to
connect either a guitar or a line-level input (synthe-
sizer, etc.).
6Guitar/line input level control Use this
to adjust the level of the signal fed through the guitar/
line input. Turn to the right to increase, and to the left
to decrease volume.
7MIC/LINE input 1/4” jack Connect either
a microphone or a line-level input (1/4” jack) to this
input.
8Microphone input level control Use
this to adjust the level of the signal fed through either
of the microphone inputs (or the built-in micro-
phone). Turn to the right to increase, and to the left to
decrease volume.
9MIC/LINE mini-jack Connect a suitable
microphone (such as the one integrated with the sup-
plied headset) to this jack.
NOTE
The terms “guitar” and “microphone” are used for con-
venience. It is possible to connect other sound sources
to these inputs, if you make the correct switch settings
(see “Right panel” on page 8). However, you can never
connect a guitar to the “microphone” input, or a micro-
phone to the “guitar” input.
APHONES level control Turn this to the
right to increase the headphone volume, and to the
left to decrease the volume.
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