VOCAL FADEFUMULTIPLEX FUNCTIONS
This unit can use discs orta~es as Karaoke sources.
Press the KARAOKE button repeatedly to select the vocal
fader or multiplex function.
Use the vocal fader function for ordinary discs or tapes.
Use the multiplex function for multi audio discs or tapes.
Each time the KARAOKE
button is pressed, one of these
functions is selected cyclically.
@ Vocal Fader
A microphone (not supplied) can be connected to this unit,
The singer's voice becomes softer than the accompaniment.
allowing you to sing along to music sources.
@ Auto Vocal Fader
Use a microphone with mini plugs (03.5 mm,
The singer's voice becomes softer only while there is audio
input through a microphone.
to the MIC jack.
Only the sound on the left channel is heard from both
speakers, and the sound on the right channel is muted.
@) Auto Multiplex
The sound on the left channel is heard from both speakers,
and the sound on the right channel is muted only while there
is audio input through a microphone.
To change the time lag setting in Auto Vocal Fader or
Auto Multiplex function
The muted origfnal singer's voice can be turned faster to the
2 Press one of the function buttons to select the
source to be mixed, and play the source.
When Auto Vocal Fader or Auto Multiplex is selected, "A-VF or
"AUTO MPX' is displayed for 3 seconds and changes to the
3 Adjust the volume and tone of the source.
selected function name. After the selected function name is
hold down the KARAOKE
button until FAST is
To return to the initial settirtg, select SLOW.
When the power is turned off, SLOW is restored.
To record microphone
sound mixed with
Follow the procedure for-recording from the sound source (see
To change the audible channel in Multiplex function
The SYNCHRO DUBBING button cannot be used for mixing
Only the sound on the right channel can be heard from both
When Multiplex is selected, "MPX L-ch" is displayed for 3 seconds
When not using the microphone
and changes to the selected function name. After the selected
Set the microphone volume to MIN and remove the microphones
function name is displayed, hoId down the KARAOKE button
from the MIC jack.'
until MPX-R is displayed.
.To return to the initial setting, select MPX-L.
When the power is turned off, MPX-L is restored.
If a microphone is held too near the speakers, a howling sound
may be produced.
In this case, hold the microphone away
from the speakers, or decrease the microphone volume.
The Karaoke functions may not operate correctly with the
If sound through the microphone is extremely loud, it may be
following kinds of CDs or tapes.
distorted. In this case, decrease the microphone volume.
- Those with monaural sound
- Those recorded with strong echoes
The use of unidirectional type microphone is recommended to
- Those with the vocal part recorded on the right or left side of
the sound width
prevent howling. Contact your local Aiwa dealer for details.
While the Karaoke function is on, the sound is output as