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Front Panel/Rear Panel - Yamaha MSP10STUDIO Owner's Manual

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Front panel/Rear panel

1
Power/Clip indicator
This indicator lights up green when you turn ON
the POWER switch on the rear panel. If the output
level is too high, causing clipping at the amplifier,
the indicator lights up red. In this case, lower the
input level.
1
ON
2
TRIM switches
These switches enable you to adjust the bass and
treble for the MSP10STUDIO.
LOW: three positions
The LOW switch adjusts the bass range.
At a frequency of 50 Hz, changing the setting from
"0" to "–1.5" will cut the bass range by 1.5 dB.
Changing the setting from "0" to "–3" will cut the
bass range by 3 dB.
HIGH: three positions
The HIGH switch adjusts the treble.
At a frequency of 10 kHz, changing the setting
from "0" to "+1.5" will boost the treble range by
1.5 dB. Changing the setting from "0" to "–1.5" will
cut the treble range by 1.5 dB.
3
LOW CUT switch
This switch turns on or off the high-pass filter that
cuts frequency ranges below 80 Hz.
4
SENSITIVITY control
Adjust the volume according to the output
sensitivity of the connected device.
(The factory default setting is "MIN.")
5
INPUT jack
This is an XLR-type balanced input jack.
6
POWER switch
This switch turns the power to the MSP10STUDIO
on and off. When you turn this switch on, the
power/clip indicator lights up green.
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3
4
OFF
POWER
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