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FEATURES
• 88 Key Keyboard with ivory
finish keys
•"Regulated" weighted ham-
mer action for true piano
feel
• One zone
• MIDI program change Button
•MIDI Bank Select Button
•One MIDI Out Jack
•One Sustain Jack
•9v DC 200mA power
input Jack
•On/Off switch
CONNECTIONS
1. Connect the power adap-
ter to the power supply
input of the SL-990. The SL-
990 is supplied with a 9vDC,
2OOma, tip positive (+)
adapter.
2. Connect a MIDI cable
from the MIDI Output of the
SL-990 to the MIDI imput
jack of your MIDI module or
Keyboard. NOTE; The SL-990
is capable of providing
power through the MIDI
connection, if your module
is designed to be able to
make use this. You may
need a special MIDI cable,
with all 5 pins connected
end to end. Ask your retailer
for this cable, if you require it
3. Connect the sustain pedal
to the sustain input jack.
The SL-990 requires a
sustain pedal with a "nor-
mally open" circuit, such as
the FATAR PS-100 or the
VFP-1/10 (piano style)
sustain pedals.
4. The SL-990 will function
on power-up as a one zone
MIDI master controller key-
board transmitting only on
channel one. You must enter
the program change, bank
select and velocity curve
(shape) parameters after
power-up, please see the
preceding sections for
instructions en how to
accomplish these changes.
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Summary of Contents

  • Page 1

    Jack •On/Off switch CONNECTIONS 1. Connect the power adap- ter to the power supply input of the SL-990. The SL- 990 is supplied with a 9vDC, 2OOma, tip positive (+) adapter. 2. Connect a MIDI cable from the MIDI Output of the...

  • Page 2

    "feel" of your master controller, the SL-990 offers four types of curves. You can choose to use these curves in a positive (normal) or negative (inverted) manner for a total of eight choices in velocity response.

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