Korg microSAMPLER Owner's Manual: Powering Up; Before You Power Up; Powering Up; Powering Down

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microSAMPLER

Powering Up

1. Before you power up
Connect the AC adapter
1.
Make sure that the microSAMPLER's power is turned off.
2.
Connect the included AC adapter to the rear panel [DC9V IN] connector.
Use only the included AC adapter. Using any other AC adapter may
cause malfunctions.
3.
Plug the AC adapter into an AC outlet.
Be sure to use a AC outlet of the correct voltage as marked on the AC
adapter.
Using batteries
The microSAMPLER can also be operated on batteries.
Batteries are not included. You'll need to purchase them separately.
Installing or replacing the batteries
1.
Make sure that the microSAMPLER's
power is turned off.
2.
Open the battery cover on the microSAM-
PLER's bottom panel.
3.
Insert six AA alkaline batteries (sold sepa-
rately).
Be sure to insert the batteries in the correct direction as indicated above.
4.
Replace the battery cover.
Battery empty indication
When the batteries run down, the "
If you continue using the microSAMPLER, this indicator will begin blinking,
Write Protect will be enabled automatically, and the following functionality
will become unavailable.
- Saving
- Bank selection
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" indicator in the display will light.
We recommend that you replace the batteries as soon as possible, or use the
AC adapter. If you are in the middle of editing when this occurs and need to
save your settings, you can connect the AC adapter and then save your set-
tings.
Unusable batteries should be immediately removed from the microSAM-
PLER. Leaving such batteries installed may cause malfunctions (such as bat-
tery leakage). You should also remove the batteries if you won't be using the
microSAMPLER for an extended period of time.
2. Powering up
Before you power-up the microSAMPLER, make sure that your powered
monitors or external output equipment is turned off.
1.
Turn the microSAMPLER's [VOLUME] knob all the way toward the left.
2.
Press the power switch to turn on the power.
The display will indicate the bank name.
The bank that had been loaded when the power was last turned off will
be loaded automatically.
3.
Lower the volume of your powered monitors or external output equip-
ment, and then turn them on.
4.
Turn the microSAMPLER's [VOLUME] knob to an appropriate position.
5.
Adjust the volume of your external output equipment.
3. Powering down
After you've finished all necessary operations such as saving, turn off the
power using the following procedure.
Never turn off the power while data is being saved. Doing so may destroy
the internal data.
1.
Lower the volume of your powered monitors or external output equip-
ment, and turn them off.
2.
Turn the microSAMPLER's [VOLUME] knob all the way to the left, and
then press the power switch to turn off the power.

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