Korg King Owner's Manual: Making Connections And Turning On The Power; Connections

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Making connections and turning on the power

Connections
The illustration below shows a typical example of connections for the KingKORG. Connect your equipment as appropriate for your needs.
Computer
USB cable
CV/GATE cable (included)
Analog synthesizer compatible
with CV/GATE IN
You must power‐off all your equipment before making connections. If you make connections while the power is on, you might damage
your speaker system or cause your equipment to malfunction or be damaged.
1.
Connecting your monitor amp or
speakers
Connect the KingKORG's AUDIO OUTPUT jacks to the input jacks
of your mixer or powered monitor speakers. If you make
connections in monaural, use the L/MONO jack.
TIP: We recommend that you use the stereo outputs to take full
advantage of the KingKORG's sound.
2.
Connecting your mic
If you'll be using the KingKORG as a vocoder, connect your mic to
the rear panel mic input so that the audio from the mic input can be
used as the modulator. (OM: p.15 "4. Playing vocoder sounds")
3.
Connecting pedals and switches
Connect a foot controller and pedal switch as desired.
MIDI keyboard, sound module,
rhythm machine, etc.
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
MIDI cable
Damper pedal
Foot controller
Making connections and turning on the power
Monitor speakers (with internal amp)
INPUT
INPUT
DC12V
AC adaptor
(included)
Pedal switch
SWITCH/PEDAL jack
Here you can connect an optional pedal switch (PS‐1/PS‐3), foot
controller (EXP‐2), or expression/volume pedal (XPV‐10).
Before you use these, you must adjust the settings in Global mode to
specify the type of device (switch or pedal) that you've connected.
With the factory settings, this jack is set to use a switch‐type device,
and is assigned to the "program up" (Prog. Up) function.
Different functions are available for switches and pedals.
If you've specified a switch (Switch), you'll be able to change
programs, switch the octave, or turn portamento on/off. Normally
the function will remain on only while you continue holding down
the pedal, but if desired, you can change this so that the function
will toggle on/off each time you press the pedal. If you've specified a
pedal (Pedal), you'll be able to control parameters such as volume,
expression, and pan. (PG: "8. Foot parameters")
DAMPER jack
Here you can connect an optional DS‐1H damper pedal or PS‐1
pedal switch, allowing you to turn the damper effect on/off.
Mic
to electrical
outlet
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