The illustration below shows some typical connections for the microSAM-
to AC outlet
MIDI keyboard, sound
module, rhythm machine,
Turn off the power before you make connections. Careless operation may
damage your speaker system or cause malfunctions.
1. Connecting your monitor amp or mixer etc. to the
Connect the microSAMPLER's OUTPUT [L/MONO], [R] jacks to the
INPUT jacks of your mixer or powered monitors.
If you're using a monaural connection, connect the OUTPUT [L/MONO]
2. Connecting your audio device to the input jack(s)
If you want to sample the sound from an audio device or rhythm machine,
connect your device's OUTPUT jacks to the AUDIO IN [L/MONO], [R]
jacks, and set the AUDIO IN [
3. Connecting the mic
A mic is included with the microSAMPLER.
To attach the mic, connect it to the front panel AUDIO IN [
If you want to use a mic to sample your voice, connect the mic to the AUDIO
" position (☞p.12).
When disconnecting the mic, grasp its connector and pull it out.
Do not use excessive force when connecting or disconnecting the mic.
Do not apply excessive force to the gooseneck of the mic.
(with built-in ampliﬁer)
Be aware of the mic's output level when making connections.
4. Connecting your MIDI equipment and/or computer
Make these connections if you want to use the microSAMPLER's keyboard
or controllers to control an external MIDI sound module, or if you want to
use another MIDI keyboard or sequencer to play the microSAMPLER's
sounds (☞p.42 "Using the microSAMPLER with other MIDI devices").
/LINE] switch to the "LINE" position
MIC] jack, and set the rear panel AUDIO IN [
/LINE] switch to the