Introduction to the microSTATION
1. Power supply
Be sure to read the "Turning the power on/off" section
on page 11 and follow the correct procedure described
This switch turns the power on/off. (p. 11)
AC adapter connector
The included AC adapter is connected here. (p. 11)
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 microSTATION'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. For details,
please see ("Connections and power" on page 8 of
Easy Start guide).
Be careful not to bend the base of the plug any
more than necessary.
2. OUTPUT L/MONO, R jack
These are the main stereo audio outputs. Use the
VOLUME knob to adjust the volume. (p. 12)
3. USB 2.0 jack
Use this jack to connect the microSTATION to your
When running DAW software on your computer, you
can use the microSTATION as a controller or as a MIDI
You can also use the dedicated editor to edit the
parameters of the microSTATION from your computer
as if it were plug‐in software.
Note: The microSTATION's USB connector is only able
to transmit and receive MIDI data.
4. SD card slot
You can insert an SD card here, and use it to save/load
microSTATION programs, combinations, or song data.
This knob adjusts the contrast of the display for the best
viewing from any angle or under changing light conditions.
6. MIDI IN, OUT connector
MIDI lets you connect the microSTATION to a
computer or other MIDI devices, for sending and
receiving notes, controller gestures, sound settings,
and so on. (p. 14)
7. DAMPER/PEDAL/SW connector
You can connect a damper pedal, foot switch, and foot
pedal to this jack. (p. 13)