Yamaha CBX-K1 Owner's Manual: Rear Panel; Default Settings Of The Cbx-k1

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Panel Controls and Terminals

Rear Panel

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Default Settings of the CBX-K1
The CBX-K1 has no internal memory backup. As a
result, all settings are returned to the factory default
when turning the power off. The basic factory default
settings are listed below.
* MIDI transmit channel: 1
* Octave range: C2-C5
* Transpose: normal (no transposition)
* Fixed velocity: Off (keyboard is velocity sensitive)
* ASSIGNABLE Wheel: Modulation
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!0
!1
i POWER Switch
Push this switch in to turn on the power. Each time the
power is turned on, the CBX-K1 returns to the default
condition. (See boxed section below.)
o DC IN Terminal
This is for connection to an optional PA-1B or PA-3 AC
power adaptor.
!0 MIDI OUT Terminal
This is for connection to the MIDI IN terminal of another
MIDI device (such as a MIDI tone generator, sequencer or
computer that has a MIDI interface), for sending MIDI
messages to that device. By using the MIDI Merge func-
tion, data received at MIDI IN can be combined with the
data generated by the CBX-K1 and transmitted via this
terminal.
!1 MIDI IN Terminal
This is for connection to the MIDI OUT terminal of another
MIDI device (such as a MIDI keyboard, sequencer or
computer that has a MIDI interface), for input of that
device's data. By using the MIDI Merge function, that data
can be combined with the data generated by the CBX-K1
and transmitted via the MIDI OUT terminal.
User-configurable Defaults:
You can change certain power-on default settings of the
CBX-K1. These include:
* Reversing the PITCH Wheel and ASSIGNABLE
Wheel operation. Hold down N and
turn the power on. (See page 20.)
* Reversing the MSB, LSB order. Hold down
M and turn the power on. (See page
20.)

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