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Page Count: Introduction 1. Control Elements and Connectors 2. Installation 3. U ser Manual. T able of C ont ents.
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For the mom ent, just tr y and trace the si gnal path fro m the microphone i nput. If you loo k at the overvie w of the controls at the s ame.
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Control Eleme n ts and Connectors. This chapter d escribe s the various cont rol element s of your mixing conso le. Please also no t e the ins truc tions in c hapter 2.
Unbalanced dev ices m ono jacks can also be co nnecte d to these input s. Y o u can never use. Use the GAIN cont rol to adjust the in put gain. This contro l should always be. All mono inpu t channels include a 3-b and equalizer , e xcept for the UB,.
All bands provide b oost or cu t of up to 1 5 dB. In the centr al position, the eq ualizer is inacti ve. In additi on, the mono channels UB1 0 0 2 and UB1 are equipp ed with a ste ep. FX se nds or AUX sends enable you to fee d signals via a variable cont rol from. The bus app ears at the.
Eac h FX send is mon o and. The P AN control d etermines the p osition of the c hannel signal within th e stereo. This contr ol features a con stant-power charac terist ic, which means the. If this happens, use t he GAIN control to. The s t ereo cha nnels are designed to han dle typic al line level signals. Both inp uts will also accept un balanced jack s. A stere o EQ is highly prefe rable to two mono e qualizers.
The FX s ends of the ster eo channels fun ction similar to t hose of the mono. The UB50 2 is not. If a chan nel is operated in mo no via the lef t line input, t his control has the. At - 1 0 dBV home- recording. Y ou c an instead use t hese connec tors as ad ditional input s, but any. This does, however, give you the abilit y to use the channel EQ o n. The pos t -fader F X signal you created usin g the input. Use t he.
UB1 only. The UB50 2 is not equipp ed with contr ol room outp uts. The mai n mix signal. CD player ,. They c an also be used a s a standard s tereo line. This provides an eas y way to monitor signals.
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