Connecting with External Device
Name and Functions of Jack and Connectors
The functions of the jacks on the bottom of the keyboard are described below.
Main L/Mono, R Jacks
These jacks can be connected to your audio system to
enjoy more powerful sound.
If the Aux Out mode is set to "SEPARATE," sounds other
than drums and bass will be output from these jacks (p.
Aux/Drums L/Mono, R Jacks
You can connect an external speaker or a reverb unit to
obtain a more spacious reverb.
If you set Aux Out mode to "SEPARATE," the drum sound
will be output from these jacks (p. 247).
If you set Aux Out mode to "SEPARATE," the bass sound
will be output from this jack (p. 247).
Input L/Mono, R Jacks
Using these jacks, you can connect other sound
generating devices or audio equipment and play sounds
from other devices through the ATELIER's speaker.
Camera Jack → p. 256
A video camera or other device can be connected here.
RGB Connector → p. 245
You can connect an external display here to view
images from a video camera or DVD.
Video Jack → p. 246
You can connect a television here to view images from
a video camera or DVD.
Press this switch to turn on the illumination.
Phones Jack → p. 25
Connect headphones here.
Mic Volume Knob → p. 25
This adjusts the volume when a microphone is
Mic Jack → p. 25
Connect microphone here.
MIDI Out/In Connectors → p. 244
You can connect external MIDI devices to the ATELIER
and exchange performance data between them.
USB Connector → p. 242
Used for connecting a computer to the ATELIER using a USB