Yamaha CS-80 Instruction Manual page 52

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Direct
Box
Use Chart
PAD*
GROUNDt
FILTER
IN
IN/OUT
OUT
IN
IN/OUT
OUT
IN
IN/OUT
IN/OUT
Between
any
of the three
CS-80
outputs
and
a
nnixer
line
input.
Between
any
of
the three
CS-80
outputs and
the input
of
an
instrunnent
annplifier,
while
also
feeding
a
mixer
line
input.
Between
the
speaker output
of
an instrunnent amplifier
and
a
mixer
line
input.
*We
recommend
setting the
CS-80 output
HIGH/L
OW
switch
to
HIGH,
and
using the
direct
box pad
to
reduce
the signal
level.
This protects the
transformer
from
saturation
and
the
mixer
input
from
overdrive.
(It
is
possible
to
set the
HIGH/
LOW
switch
to
LOW,
and
to
switch
OUT
the direct
box
pad.
This
does present
a
much
lower
impedance
to
the direct
box
transformer, causing
some
transient distortion.
While
the
resulting
sound
will
be
brighter
and
less
accurate, there
is
no
harm
if
you
like
it.)
ALWA
YS
USE THE
PAD
WHEN
YOU
CONNECT
A SPEAKER LEVEL
OUTPUT
TO THE
DIRECT
BOX.
tSet
for
minimum
hum
and
noise.
If in
doubt,
leave
IN.
TRAVEL
CASE
The CS-80
is
built
into
a
durable
plywood
case,
with
a
removable
cover,
which
is
suitable for
light
duty
traveling,
such
as in a
station
wagon
or van.
For heavy
cartage
(i.e.,
comnnercial trucking
or
air
freight),
we
recomnnend
you
use
an
additional
travel case.
If
you
buy
a
custom
built case,
it
should
meet
"ATA-300"
specifications
(ATA^Air
Transport Authority).
The
case
should
be
lined
with 3-inch thick
foam
on
all
sides;
3/4"
plywood
or
its
equivalent
is
recommended
for
adequate
strength.
Consult
the specifications
for
inside
case
dimensions.

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