This shows the names of performances or timbres, the
single/layer/split status, and the values of parameters.
You can make the display automatically scroll if text
contains too many characters to be shown in the screen
at once (p. 49).
Use this knob to switch performances or programs and
to edit the value of parameters.
Use these buttons to switch performances or
programs, to select quick parameter edit pages or
parameters and to edit their values.
PERFORMANCE EDIT and PROGRAM EDIT buttons
These buttons allow you to edit the corresponding
quick parameters (p. 23).
This button allows you to make overall settings that
apply to the entire PS60 (p. 23).
This button exits an edit page, taking you back to the
main page of the performance (p. 23).
You can plug in your headphones here. (This jack will
output the same signal as the OUTPUT L/MONO and
Use the VOLUME knob to adjust the headphone
Front and rear panels Rear panel
1. Power supply
This switch turns the power on/off (p. 9).
DC 9V jack
Connect the DC plug of the included AC adapter here
Connections must be made with the power turned
off. Please be aware that careless operation may
damage your speaker system or cause
Use this to secure the cable of the included AC
adapter. After connecting the AC adapter, loop the
cable around the hook located on the PS60's rear panel
so that the cable won't get pulled out inadvertently.
Leave enough slack on the plug end so that you can
disconnect it if you want to (p. 9).
Be careful not to bend the base of the plug any
more than necessary.
L/MONO and R jacks
These are analog stereo outputs. If you want to use
monaural output, connect the L/MONO jack. Use the
VOLUME knob to adjust the volume (p. 10).
3. USB 2.0
USB connector (for connecting to computer)
Use this connector to connect the PS60 to your
computer. You can use the PS60 Editor to edit sounds,
or use your DAW software to transmit note data
messages and other performance data or sound
settings via MIDI ("PS60 USB-MIDI Setup Guide").
Note: The PS60's USB connector is only able to trans-
mit and receive MIDI data.
4. Contrast knob
This knob adjusts the contrast of the display for the
best viewing from any angle or under changing light
MIDI lets you connect the PS60 to a computer or other
MIDI devices, for sending and receiving notes,
controller messages, sound settings, and so on (p. 12).